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THE MAIN RESPONSIBILITIES WILL INCLUDE
o Maintains close client contact and fully understands clients' technical requirements.
o Participates in equipment design reviews and ensures attributes are in concert with client operational requirements.
o Is responsible for tracking changes to original designs and Management of Change.
o Performs and interprets engineering programs in accordance with well conditions and client requirements.
o Ensures Quality Control Program is in place and maintained throughout the job preparation/execution process.
o Participates in CWOP (Complete Well on Paper) or similar to ensure practicality and handling feasibility of equipment.
o Designs and plans completion to ensure compatibility, reliability and safe and efficient installation.
o Assists Clients in troubleshooting associated with the services & equipment provided.
o Takes the role of a mentor for Junior Engineers.
o Checks and ensures the quality of data.
o Attends pre-job meetings with Clients to ensure objectives are fully understood and detailed procedures are in place.
o Attends post job meetings with client and reviews job performance and ensures lessons learned are recorded and
appropriate action items are assigned and followed through.
o Bachelor of Engineering, related science or equivalent company experience.
o At least 5 years' experience in installations and troubleshooting in Reservoir Monitoring and Control, and Upper
completion installations and completion accessories including safety valves, isolation valves, control lines and
o Standalone competency mandatory for installation and troubleshooting for sub-surface safety valves, isolation
valves, dual strings, tubing/wireline retrievable systems, non-intervention and mechanical packers, control lines,
downhole gauges, fiber optic cables, de-completion operations, Data Delivery/ Commissioning, intervention- post
installation, single Gauge/ Fiber/ Flow Control , Multiple - Gauge/ Flow control, Intelligent Completions in land and
deep offshore environment including floater facilities.
o Fluency in English language with good verbal and written communication skills.
If you are seeking personal and professional development in a challenging dynamic environment
please send your resume to:
UMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT
P.O. BOX 25, SAN FERNANDO.
Applicants are also required to submit a copy of the application to:
CHIEF MANPOWER OFFICER,
Ministry of Labour & Small and Micro Enterprise Development,
50-54 Duke Street
Port of Spain
PLEASE NOTE THAT THE DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS IS SEPTEMBER 27TH, 2015. 0914032
Our Company is recruiting for a dynamic individual to accept the role of Completions Engineer to
operate out of our San Fernando office. The Completions Engineer is focused on designing the opti-
mal completion. Has a comprehensive understanding of the customer's technical requirements from
a reservoir and configuration perspective. Contributes to the tendering process. Ensures engineering
and manufacturing are provided with the correct data so that the final installed product meets clients'
and company's standards/expectations.
Reducing the portion sizes offered in super-
markets, restaurants and at home would help
reverse the obesity epidemic, say researchers.
They say their review of 61 studies provides the
"most conclusive evidence to date" that portion
size affects how much we unwittingly eat.
The team at the University of Cambridge also
said smaller plates, glasses and cutlery helped
people eat less. Experts said people were "reluctant"
to leave a plate with food on it. Their data, published
in the Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews,
shows that when people are offered more food they
will eat it. And the team warns that in recent
decades portion sizes have been increasing.
How portion sizes have changed on average
between 1993 and 2013:
•Shepherd s pie ready meals almost doubled in
•Bagels increased in size from 70g to 86g
•A family pack of crisps increased 50 per cent
from 100g to 150g
•A portion of peanuts is now 80 per cent larger
•An individual chicken pie is now 40 per cent
bigger (Source: British Heart Foundation---Por-
tion Distortion report).
About two in three adults in the UK are either
overweight or obese, which increases the risk of
heart problems, type 2 diabetes and cancer.
The findings, which are based on 6,711 people
taking part in a wide range of clinical trials, suggest
that eliminating "large portions" could cut up to
279 calories a day out of peo-
ple s diets.
Dr Ian Shemilt, from
Cambridge s Behaviour and
Health Research Unit, told
the BBC News website: "This
is the most conclusive evi-
dence to date that people
consistently consume more
food and drink when given
larger portions, packaging or
tableware. "Consumers do
have a role to play---for
example, all of us can reduce
the size of plates or glasses
we use and put pressure on the pubs and restaurants
we visit by asking for a smaller portion."
The team also says government measures to force
smaller packs to offer better value for money and
upper limits on the size of energy-dense foods
would help people lose weight.
Dr Alison Tedstone, chief nutritionist at Public
Health England, said: "This study clearly demon-
strates that reducing portion sizes is a successful
way to cut calories.
"It s important to keep an eye on portion sizes
when cooking, shopping and eating out to avoid
overeating and help maintain a healthy weight."
Prof Brian Ratcliffe, emeritus professor of nutri-
tion at Robert Gordon University in Aberdeen, said:
"People seem to be reluctant to leave or waste food
and so consume what they are served or find larger
portions more attractive. "A limited number of
restaurants and food outlets already offer more
key in tackling
obesity, says study
YOUR DAILY HEALTH
News and advice
than one portion size with appropriate pricing dif-
ferentials and this seems to be a way forward to
help people to avoid overconsumption." (James
Gallagher Health editor, BBC News website) The pie might look delicious, but how much should you eat?
to keep an eye
eating out to
help maintain a
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