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Re: Offshore Oil Worker,lets Meet Here by diggy4real: 8:15am On Jul 30, 2015
mYphhiRes:

Yes the state of the economy mandates it. You must have forgotten about the "Oko's, Briggs and Major's" of those years. Major supervised me for IT. Those lecturers you guys had ehnnnn.... Thumbs up!


Those guys were so resolute....... Especially OKO .....what an obstinate man he is..........it was a good experience.
Re: Offshore Oil Worker,lets Meet Here by mYphhiRes: 8:18am On Jul 30, 2015
diggy4real:



Those guys were so resolute....... Especially OKO .....what an obstinate man he is..........it was a good experience.
Very true!
Re: Offshore Oil Worker,lets Meet Here by Nobody: 8:43am On Jul 30, 2015
Hi I am a nurse and I look forward to working in an oil company, whether locum, contract or permanently. Please anyone who has a job opening can Holla at me, stay in lagos, Thanks tricianwanze@gmail.com
Re: Offshore Oil Worker,lets Meet Here by Joy83(m): 6:05pm On Jul 30, 2015
trishx:
Hi I am a nurse and I look forward to working in an oil company, whether locum, contract or permanently. Please anyone who has a job opening can Holla at me, stay in lagos, Thanks tricianwanze@gmail.com
Hmmm, Nurse also!!! What happen to hospitals met for this profession.
Everybody wants to eat oil money by fire by force without consideration the complexities of the job.


Note: this place is congested already...

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Re: Offshore Oil Worker,lets Meet Here by Puce(f): 9:02pm On Aug 03, 2015
Hi u don't nid to talk people down, besides no matter the field, Nurses and Doctors are important, even in the oil and gas sector, so if you can't help just keep quiet, Thanks

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Re: Offshore Oil Worker,lets Meet Here by petengine(m): 9:20pm On Aug 03, 2015
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Re: Offshore Oil Worker,lets Meet Here by SAFEGUARD: 7:06am On Aug 08, 2015
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Re: Offshore Oil Worker,lets Meet Here by crudedude(m): 5:11am On Aug 16, 2015
ugsams:
the last time i posted here, i haven't got practical experience... Within this short while i have experienced offshore and onshore rigs... I will take my time to analyze the two from my experience so that guys who are seeking to enter the industry will understand how things work over here.

Ms Justsmile, i hope you don't mind, please what was your duty while at the oil field?
Re: Offshore Oil Worker,lets Meet Here by lattychem: 2:20pm On Aug 17, 2015
I need help,I am a fresh graduate. Studied Chemical engineering with second class upper. Any intern,contract or full time job placement, I'll gladly accept. engroriolowo@gmail.com and 08063684972 .Thank you.
Re: Offshore Oil Worker,lets Meet Here by Bigdream1(m): 7:51pm On Aug 17, 2015
Pls pals, through u God can bless me with a job. I am a graduate of marketing with an upper credit, here is my email address Henryubani4@gmail.com or Henryubani65@yahoo.com. Thanks and God bless
Re: Offshore Oil Worker,lets Meet Here by megadinho(m): 11:16pm On Aug 17, 2015
Greetings to all...Graduated from Petroleum training institute,Effurun, mechanical engineering (upper credit)...I need a job.Any Helper please? akposmegy@gmail.com....anticipating
Re: Offshore Oil Worker,lets Meet Here by okorotonny(m): 11:37pm On Aug 17, 2015
crudedude:

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[/quote Hello.kindly respond. Who are radar watchers? What does it take to qualify as a radar watcher.
Re: Offshore Oil Worker,lets Meet Here by karkinase(m): 8:28pm On Aug 19, 2015
I knw say na senior men forum be dis but una boy nid help ooo....fresh chemical engineer frm Unibest wuld like a place in the offshore/ upstream sector. My email na sundaykola50@gmail.com 08144704156
Re: Offshore Oil Worker,lets Meet Here by cwibooks: 11:50pm On Dec 19, 2015
TO THE RECRUITMENT MANAGER

Dear Sir:

Please consider me an applicant for a vacancy in your organization commensurate to my experience and competencies

I am a professional qualified coded pipe welder and I poses substantial years of experience in both construction and oil and gas industries. I poses excellent organizational, team working skills and exhibit a strong and firm approach to sustaining and encouraging a safe and healthy work environment. I have worked in the steel and construction industry for over ten years in welding and fabrication. I am currently working in a construction industry and always looking for opportunities for both personal and professional development, I am available to mobilize immediately and willing to work long hour with valid BOSIET, CA-EBS & HUET, OGUK medical certification for offshore job openings

Ability to streamline operations and continuously apply improvement principles to increase process efficiency to contribute in the company profits. Proven ability as a self-operating person and works with little or no supervision. Possesses strong skills in supervising and motivating people and team. Strong command of the English language.

I have experience in reading and understanding blueprints or welding procedure specifications. I can also operate manual , automatic or semi-automatic welding equipment to combine metal segments by means of processes for instance gas tungsten arc welding (GTAW), gas metal arc welding (GMAW), flux-cored arc welding (FCAW) and ,Shielded metal arc welding(SMAW). I have coding’s in 6G/6GR STICK &FCAW as well as previous coding’s 6G SMAW, TIG 141,MAG136, FCAW 136, & MIG 136.I am confident working at height and have my confined space ticket, have experience in using semi-automatic and manual cutting and welding machine

I am a highly enthusiastic reliable and adaptable, with good communication and interpersonal skill together with a sense of humor, enjoy working as part of a team also enjoy taking initiative and finding problem solving solutions to overcome challenges, willing to undergo any training necessary in order for me to fulfill my role to the best of my ability.

Would be glad if anyone could post a job opening here

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Re: Offshore Oil Worker,lets Meet Here by Nobody: 12:24pm On Dec 20, 2015
rationalmind:
Keenly following as the E-lies start grin



Ha ha ha...No be small o.

Perhaps we will tell them not to post photos from the internet.

Personal photos only.
Re: Offshore Oil Worker,lets Meet Here by epaulo: 10:53pm On Dec 22, 2015
Pls house, how is the working environment of eleme petrochemical p/Harcourt is(does working there support career growth). Also wats the pay for graduate engineer.
Re: Offshore Oil Worker,lets Meet Here by Uba41993(m): 3:11pm On Dec 23, 2015
please, I wish to solicit for internship assistance from our onshore and offshore nairalanders.some of us that study petroleum engineering cannot go for internship elsewhere except in the oil & gas industries. please we need assistance on how to get there especially those of us who don't know or have anyone within the industries. thank you
Re: Offshore Oil Worker,lets Meet Here by egoli55(m): 10:29pm On Jan 24, 2016
Hi Guys. Please does anyone know what SHELL's requirement is for working offshore in Nigeria? I mean the safety certificates needed?
Thank you.
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Re: Offshore Oil Worker,lets Meet Here by ogomkendy: 1:14pm On May 05, 2016
Hello
Re: Offshore Oil Worker,lets Meet Here by ogomkendy: 9:28am On May 06, 2016
Hello Everyone, I am a researcher currently assessing Work Life Balance and its impact on Productivity amongst Petroleum Engineers, specifically the offshore workers in the Petroleum industry in Nigeria.

Work-Life Balance (WLB) is the perfect blend of work and non-work related activities (family, friends, parents, health, hobbies, learning & personal development) such that work is not sacrificed for life, or vice-versa; there's a healthy balance.

Please, I'm going to need only the offshore engineers on this platform to tell me,

1) What a Healthy Work-Life Balance (WLB) personally means to you (e.g. that I have time for family & friends, that I can travel at will, that I can study alongside my work, etcetera)

2) How you experience a healthy or unhealthy WLB, and if the organizations you work for are doing enough to promote WLB policies and practices.

3)How a healthy or unhealthy WLB, as the case may be, impacts or affects your level of productivity and performance on the job.

4) And, how to you, a healthy or unhealthy WLB, is not a determinant of your productivity level, why is it so? Or,
Apart from a healthy WLB, how other management or organizational practices have a positive and negative significant impact on your productivity? Discuss freely

If you are reluctant to drop your comments, here, please drop me an email on ogom.kendy@gmail.com

Thank you for sharing, please.
Re: Offshore Oil Worker,lets Meet Here by lomprico(m): 12:27pm On May 06, 2016
i need someone/institute who can train on process engineering in nigeria. i have searched and searched n found none.
Re: Offshore Oil Worker,lets Meet Here by Abiodunhezekiah(m): 4:04pm On May 08, 2016
Hello house. Am a male nurse, I would really love to work as health giver in oil company any tips on that would be appreciated ,thanks?
Re: Offshore Oil Worker,lets Meet Here by andonajnr(m): 10:59pm On Jul 18, 2016
bigtalla:

You sound like have been on ABO FPSO.. Anyway, you forgot to add that there are emergency drills performed on a routine basis (fire, toxic gases, Pirates, man-over board, etc). Also, people (especially first times) tend to develop sea sickness (nausea and vomiting).unfortunately for me, my shift made me miss, Xmas, new year, Easter, anniversaries last year.. But in all, when u see your pay slip, you somehow forget the pains...lol.,. Am a subsea engineer
hello all.
I'v learnt a lot from this thread.
But I also want to ask. Do electrical/electronics engineers get to be subsea engineers? and what exactly do they do?.
Many thanks as I expect your detailed responses.
Re: Offshore Oil Worker,lets Meet Here by bigtalla(m): 5:23am On Jul 19, 2016
andonajnr:

hello all.
I'v learnt a lot from this thread.
But I also want to ask. Do electrical/electronics engineers get to be subsea engineers? and what exactly do they do?.
Many thanks as I expect your detailed responses.
Any engineering graduate can be trained to be a Subsea Engineer by a good company like GE, FMC, etc. The basic job of a subsea engineer is to ensure the functionalities of the subsea Christmas trees, Hydraulic power units, ECS, Monitor the Umbilicals status to ensure there are no leaks subsea, carry out daily/weekly/monthly checks on several aspects of the subsea system; which include carrying out cleanliness/particle test of the hydraulic fluid to ensure it complies with the minimum requirements on NAS6 (for offshore) and a whole lot more. There is also the Software part which may require troubleshooting in case the SEMS or channels fail. These are just the minimum tasks; there is a whole lot more to it.

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Re: Offshore Oil Worker,lets Meet Here by andonajnr(m): 6:34am On Jul 19, 2016
bigtalla:

Any engineering graduate can be trained to be a Subsea Engineer by a good company like GE, FMC, etc. The basic job of a subsea engineer is to ensure the functionalities of the subsea Christmas trees, Hydraulic power units, ECS, Monitor the Umbilicals status to ensure there are no leaks subsea, carry out daily/weekly/monthly checks on several aspects of the subsea system; which include carrying out cleanliness/particle test of the hydraulic fluid to ensure it complies with the minimum requirements on NAS6 (for offshore) and a whole lot more. There is also the Software part which may require troubleshooting in case the SEMS or channels fail. These are just the minimum tasks; there is a whole lot more to it.
Thanks.
So one stays offshore permanently or shuttle between office and offshore, because the view that formed in my mind with this offshore thing is to experience it not at all times. Regimented life. Just like NYSC CAMP.
Re: Offshore Oil Worker,lets Meet Here by bigtalla(m): 8:27pm On Jul 20, 2016
andonajnr:

Thanks.
So one stays offshore permanently or shuttle between office and offshore, because the view that formed in my mind with this offshore thing is to experience it not at all times. Regimented life. Just like NYSC CAMP.

Most careers start from the field before going to the office. As a Subsea engineer, You can render field support from the office as a Subsea Field Support Engineer. You may be posted to the field as a Subsea Engineer. When you go offshore, you are there to work. You may call it regimented, but it's nothing like NYSC camp. A lot of guys prefer working on the field than in the office.
Re: Offshore Oil Worker,lets Meet Here by marcus0123: 10:58pm On Jul 20, 2016
Dear house,i am an offshore worker and at the same time looking for better one.Pls house sent me were to place cv or get me better job thanks
Re: Offshore Oil Worker,lets Meet Here by marcus0123: 7:44am On Jul 21, 2016
Dear house
i am an offshore worker 4years now in one of the indegenous company,wat am earning cannot feed 2 ppl and better comfort,i had the neccessary qualifications in the job and graduate in mechanical engineer. Pls help broda secure house am dying in silent:ekigbemarcus@yahoo.com

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