Production Engineering Student
Tundra Oil & Gas is Manitoba-based oil and gas exploration and Production Company and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Winnipeg-based James Richardson & Sons, Limited. Tundra’s head office is located in Winnipeg and has offices in Virden and Calgary. Tundra is recognized as the largest oil producer in Manitoba, has invested close to 1 billion dollars since 1980, creating jobs and economic activity while in the process of exploring for oil in Manitoba and Saskatchewan.
Tundra is seeking a Production Engineering Student for the Summer of 2020 based in our Virden, MB office.
Reporting to the Manager, Production Engineering some specific duties and responsibilities of the Production Engineering Student include but are not limited to:
- Continue the DH Dynamometer project data acquisition in order to advance progress toward the best DH artificial lift design(s) through the entire life of a producing well.
- Continue developing and expanding the Hz producing well downhole scale evaluation and mitigation project.
- Assist Senior Production Technologist/Technicians with management and implementation of DH scale squeeze treatments, acidizing, and solvent circulation stimulation programs.
- Assist Production Engineers with:
- Preparing detailed well reviews in support of the Request to Abandon (RTA) process.
- Compiling all necessary back up info and entering new candidate wells into Generwell to initiate the RTA process.
- Production monitoring duties involving shooting and interpretation of fluid levels, Dynamometer tests and surveys, and evaluation of new producing well tests.
- Compile required info and do preliminary interpretations in support of the Drilling risk assessments process.
- Coordinate Well shut ins and ensure re-start up plans are in place around new frac treatment wells.
- Assist Senior Production Technologist/Technicians with prioritized management and implementation of problem well troubleshooting in order to return wells to production as quickly and economically as possible.
- Other duties as required.
Candidates for this position will possess the following qualifications and competencies:
- In progress of obtaining an undergraduate Degree in Engineering, or in progress of obtaining a post-secondary education in a Petroleum related discipline.
- In progress of obtaining a post-secondary education in a Petroleum related discipline.
- Previous Oilfield experience in Operations, drilling, well servicing would be considered an asset.
- Experience in, or ability to learn:
- Sucker rod / beam pumping equipment, operation, and design
- Pumping Fluid Levels, dynamometer equipment
- Oilfield chemicals; corrosion, scaling, and paraffin
- Computer programs; PVR and Wellman
- Production Engineering basics; pressures, inflow performance
- Oilfield Regulatory awareness
- Safety Certifications; H2S, First Aid, Ground Disturbance
- Proficient in Microsoft Suite.
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
- Good organizational skills with the ability to understand highest priorities, handle multiple tasks, and meet deadlines.
- Self-starter with initiative and the ability to seek information independently.
- Strong mechanical aptitude and problem-solving skills.
- Ability to interact with all levels within the organization.
- Ability to build strong relationships – internally & externally.
- Adhere to the safety accountabilities as per Tundra’s Safety Policy.
If you are interested in joining our rapidly growing team, please visit the Careers section of our website at www.tundraoilandgas.com and apply on-line by end of day, December 18th, 2019.
We wish to thank all candidates for their interest; however only those being considered for interviews will be contacted
Tundra Oil and Gas
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