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How to apply for jobs on offshore drilling platforms at sea
Operations offshore oil drilling can be found close to the United States or any other location worldwide. Buskerud, Abu Dhabi, Indonesia, Oslo, Ecuador, Rogaland, Nigeria, South Korea, Jan Mayen, Syria, Sor-Trondelag, Aust-Agder, Bakersfield, Israel, Peru, Benin, Greenfield.
Major oil companies do business and carry out drilling in countries around the world. The offshore work presents opportunities for continued growth in the personal and professional skills, as you travel, work and can even live in another country. Oil rigs require the talent and experience of engineers drilling, completion and subsea intervention and administrators of drilling sites, laborers, foremen, rope access tecnicians, derrickmen, storemen, plumbers, scaffolders, scuba divers, pipefitters, warehouse foremen, riggers, crane operators, radio operators, cooks and maintenance personnel. The initial payment of an assistant driller reaches $ 50,000 annually. Other professional positions offshore oil exploration offered a salary of up to $ 300,000 per year. Look for opportunities, apply for a job so that you too can join the thousands of workers who earn an exceptional income for their jobs on offshore oil rigs.
In order to find and get your entry-level positoin offshore you will need resume and references. Here goes some instructions in getting your offshore job.
Begin a vigorous exercise program and try to put yourself in the best shape possible, since the work on an oil rig offshore is grueling and dangerous, so it requires strength and endurance. Jobs and duties on offshore oil rigs include heavy lifting, pushing and pulling the drill pipe and supplies of the platform. It requires agility, dexterity, balance and endurance. Moreover, you can face the worst weather conditions as drilling platforms at sea can be found in areas exposed to hurricanes or tropical high winds of the Arctic. Employers in the oil industry require rigorous physical examination including an X-ray and bone drug test.
Update your resume and highlight your experience, academic and professional achievements that are relevant to the position you are applying. Rigworker is an Internet resource for all types of jobs in the oil industry offshore posting links to go to the major oil companies with drilling rigs worldwide. Each project and requirements are explained in detail. Go to our website to create a resume that is sent to employers who need workers with your skills.
Use the Internet to expand your job search, allowing you to search on oil rigs in the United States and in international waters of Sor-Trondelag, Indonesia, Greenfield, Abu Dhabi, Nigeria, Buskerud, Peru, Jan Mayen, Oslo, Aust-Agder, Rogaland, Israel, Bakersfield, Ecuador, Syria, Benin, South Korea. The Internet gives you access to resources, web sites and opportunities you never knew were available. Register and post your resume on job portals like Monster, Flex Jobs, Jobs only, Career Builder and Hot Jobs. Search other offshore oil job posting sites on the Internet that focus on specialized jobs in the oil industry and responsive to your goals and qualifications.
Offshore jobs could be found on the largest offshore oil platforms in the world
Currently the three largest deposits of offshore oil in the world are in the Persian Gulf, two of them operated by Saudi Arabia and one from the United Arab Emirates. Next on the list are in the Caspian Sea and in the Santos Basin in Brazil. Our recruiting website have made a TOP 5 ranking of the largest offshore Oilfields in the world, based on current estimates of recoverable reserves.
The Safaniya site located in the territorial waters of Saudi Arabia in the Persian Gulf, is now the site of the world's biggest amount of job opportunities offshore. Mining operations are being carried out by engineers from Saudi Aramco, the national oil company and natural gas fields. It is estimated that the deposit contains a total reserve of more than 50 billion barrels, with recoverable reserves of oil reaching up to 36 billion barrels according to recent studies.
Safaniya was discovered in 1951 and has been in production since 1957 and is operated by its more than 624 production wells, supported by a number of different rigs. The daily production capacity of heavy crude oil is up 1.5 million barrels.
Saudi Aramco engineers are conducting the so-called "Master Development Plan" to maintain the production capacity of the ancient site. The development plan includes the expansion and optimization of crude oil gathering and transportation capacity, and the installation of electric submersible pumps (ESP) for artificial lift of oil.
Upper Zakum Oil Field:
The Upper Zakum field is located 84 kilometers northwest of Abu Dhabi Islands territorial waters of United Arab Emirates in the Persian Gulf, the second largest oil field offshore world. Upper Zakum contains about 50 billion barrels total, estimating a recoverable oil reserves of up to 21 billion barrels.
Upper Zakum was discovered in 1963 and started operations in 1967, it is operated by the engineers of the Zakum Development Company (ZADCO), a joint venture between Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (60%), ExxonMobil (28%) and Japan Oil Development Company (12%).
The current production capacity of the reservoir is 500,000 barrels of oil a day, which is transported for processing, storage and export Zirku Island, located 140 km northwest of Abu Dhabi. The site is currently under renovation with a budget of 7.5 billion euros to increase its daily production to 750,000 barrels in 2015 and maintain this amount for 25 years.
Manifa, located southeast of the site of Safaniya on shallow waters of the Persian Gulf belonging to Saudi Arabia, has an estimate of recoverable oil reserves to 13 billion barrels. The heavy crude oil produced in the offshore field is extracted as that of Safaniya by Saudi Aramco engineers.
The site Manifa was discovered in 1957, entering production in 1964 with a daily capacity of 200,000 barrels. However, in 1984 it ceased production due to lower demand for its heavy crude. It was not until 2007 when the decision to resume production at Manifa with a remodeling of the platforms was taken, while the price of oil at that time exceeded $ 70 per barrel.
The first stage of production started in April 2013 as a result of vast improvements in extraction, production is expected to reach 500,000 barrels per day by the end of 2013 and 900,000 barrels per day by the end of 2014.
Kashagan Oil Field:
The Kashagan oil field is located 80 kilometers southeast of Atyrau in Kazakhstan's territorial waters in the Caspian Sea, the largest offshore field outside the Middle East. Kashagan contains a total of more than 35 billion barrels of oil, with estimated recoverable reserves of 9 billion barrels. It was discovered in 2000, commercial development being announced two years later.
The site is being developed in phases according to the North Caspian Sea Production Sharing Agreement (NCSPSA), developed by a consortium KMG (16.81%), Eni (16.81%), ExxonMobil (16.81% ), Shell (16.81%), Total (16.81%), ConocoPhillips (8.40%) and INPEX (7.56%). The total project cost exceeding 75 billion euros.
The first major Kashagan oil extraction is expected to begin in late 2013 with an initial production of 180,000 barrels per day, estimating production reaches a maximum of 1.5 million barrels a day in 2021.
The Lula field, formerly known as "Tupi" is located in the Santos Basin in Brazil. It was discovered by a consortium led by Petrobras in 2007, with a reserve of recoverable oil in the reservoir of 6.5 million barrels, according to the latest verified in 2010.
Petrobras operates the site of Lula with a share of 65%, while BG Group and Galp Energia have 25 and 10 percent respectively. The production of the first phase of the project at the site of Lula began in 2010, while extraction in the northeast began in 2011.
The second phase of production is underway and will run until beyond 2017 The estimated total cost for the development and exploitation of the deposit Lula is expected to exceed 80 billion euros.
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