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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.
GLASGOW---Andy Murray sent Britain into its
first Davis Cup final in 37 years yesterday, securing
victory over Australia with a straight-set win over
Despite struggling with a back injury and coming
off a five-set doubles match on Saturday, Murray
managed to find another peak performance to beat
Tomic 7-5, 6-3, 6-2.
That, coupled with Murray s win over Thanasi
Kokkinakis on Friday and his doubles triumph with
brother Jamie, gave Leon Smith s team an unas-
sailable lead. Kokkinakis later beat Dan Evans 7-
5, 6-4 in the meaningless fifth match to make the
final score 3-2.
Belgium awaits Britain in the November 27-29
final after beating Argentina by the same score in
the other semifinal.
Now Murray has barely two months to ensure
he is fully fit to help Britain win the Davis Cup for
the first time since 1936.
"My back has been giving me a lot of trouble
this week," the third-ranked Murray said. "It s noth-
US stages comeback
to grab Solheim Cup
ST LEON-ROT---After being infuriated by a call
they found unsportsmanlike, the Americans staged
the biggest comeback in Solheim Cup history yes-
terday to wrest the trophy back from Europe.
Paula Creamer defeated Germany s Sandra Gal to
complete the turnaround and secure a 14½-13½
victory for the United States, which had trailed by
four points going into the singles.
The match turned after American rookie Alison
Lee was penalised for picking up the ball when she
thought her putt was conceded in the morning four-
balls, which had been suspended on Saturday.
"There s no way they could ever justify that. I
don t care what you say, you just don t do that to
your peers," US captain Juli Inkster said. "I don t
know if my team needed to be fired up anymore,
but they were real fired up."
And they dominated the singles to claim their
first title since 2009, denying the Europeans their
first threepeat. The US extended its series lead to
9-5. No team had ever come from more than two
down going into the singles.
"I am so proud of our team," said Creamer, who
won 4 and 3. "And this was so awesome. I played
great. Seeing the girls and seeing the red on the
board, I m so proud of them."
Europe led 10-6 going into the 12 singles but could
only win three and draw another. Home golfer Car-
oline Masson missed the last big chance to retain
the cup for Europe, before Gerina Piller made her
9-foot putt to win her match by one hole and keep
American hopes alive.
"For some reason I looked up at the board and
all I saw was 13½," Piller said. "I m like, this is it,
it s all on me. It meant a lot to not let my team
Cristie Kerr then had nine birdies in 11 holes as
she beat Hull 3 and 2, and Angela Stanford ended
her nine-match losing streak to beat Pettersen 2 and
1, before Creamer completed the turnaround.
Morgan Pressel, Alison Lee, Michelle Wie and
Cristie Kerr also won for the US, while Lexi Thomp-
son won half a point in her all-square match against
Carlota Ciganda of Spain.
"This is probably the closest knit group we ve
ever been a part of. We never stopped believing,"
Pressel defeated Catriona Matthew of Scotland
by 2 holes, Lee defeated Gwladys Nocera of France
over Caroline Hedwall of Sweden, while Lizette Salas
defeated Azahara Munoz of Spain 3 and 1.
Reid beat Brittany Lang 2 and 1, Karine Icher of
France defeated Brittany Lincicome 3 and 2, and
Anna Nordqvist of Sweden finished with a birdie to
best Stacy Lewis 2 and 1.
ing to do with the previous issues I had
with my back, it s a completely different
"My back was absolutely fine during the
U.S. Open, then I took five days off, started
practicing again on Sunday here ... and
then on Tuesday night my back was
extremely sore and got progressively worse
the next couple of days."
But just as he was during Friday s dem-
olition of Kokkinakis, Murray was in top
form as he treated about 8,000 fans at the
Emirates Arena to an outstanding array of
The Scotsman has now helped the British
to their last seven Davis Cup points ---
along with Jamie Murray --- to see off the
United States, France and now Australia.
Murray had endured four hours on court
alongside his brother before seeing off Lley-
ton Hewitt and Sam Groth in Saturday s
doubles, but he could not have started any
better as he launched two aces on his first
Murray only lost one point in his first
two service games and broke in Tomic s
second, winning his third break point when
a deep, high shot put the Australian on
the back foot before he sent a backhand
into the net.
It was not entirely plain sailing. Murray
was broken as he served for the set to hand
his 23rd-ranked opponent a way back, but
set up three break points in the next game
and finished Tomic off with a deft backhand
Murray broke again in the fourth game
of the second set as his opponent sent a
backhand into the net, and Britain s top-
ranked player went on to serve out the set
In the third, he broke twice and wrapped
up the victory when his opponent sent a
return wide. Britain s last final appearance
was in 1978.
Murray sends Britain into first Davis Cup final in 37 years
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