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- Corro Shield, who is hosting a visit by the IEM on 5th August, 2010 is looking for a reservoir engineer / production technologist, blaster / painter, scaffolding inspector /scaffolder. Contact them here.
- ExxonMobil is looking for a petrophysicist. They are accepting people with an Engineering degree, so that’s why this position is in the list.
- Murphy is looking for a drilling fluid coordinator. Can someone tell me how do you coordinate drilling fluids? Do you stand in front of the barrels and shout “Fluids, leeeeeeft face!”? Send your applications here.
- Talisman is looking a Snr Drilling Engineer and Senior Production Technologist. Apply here, and visit their site.
- Technip wants to has another advert in the paper. I guess there are too many positions to name, as the positions are now listed as Engineering, Accounts & Finance, Human Resources and Secretary (I very much doubt it comes with the prefix “Company”). Visit here soon.
- Halliburton is looking for Reliability Engineers. Write in and send their details here.
I recently discovered tha Kinokunya KLCC has a whole rack dedicated to oil & gas topics. ‘Course, I would prefer if you bought the above selection from my site, but I value your continued education more than profit. Actually, I prefer it the other way round, so purchase stuff from me.
This selection focuses on the non-engineers among you. Try out Oil & Gas Production in Nontechnical Language, The Petroleum Industry: A Nontechnical Guide, and Petroleum Refining in Nontechnical Language, Fourth Edition. I haven’t used these books before, but they seem quite good.