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carloz28
post Aug 27 2012, 07:00 PM


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V4 is now live n' kicking! Thanks again to all contributors and posters who made this happen!

This is a continuation from the previous O&G thread v3. As usual, interested forummers are encouraged to come in and ask questions anytime and hope more "veterans" can come in share their work experience/technical info etc etc.

Links to previous O&G Threads
Oil & Gas V3


Links to some of the Oil and Gas related companies that most likely will hire locally. Check their Career sections in their websites to apply.

Helpful Sites

OilCareers Community Forum ~ Gives you an idea the type of jobs and it's description available in the market
http://www.oilcareers.com/content/community/

Local and Regional Oil Companies

ExxonMobil, United States
Murphy Oil, Malaysia
Petronas, Malaysia
Sinopec, China
SPC, Singapore
Shell, Malaysia
Talisman Energy, Malaysia
TOTAL E&P, Malaysia


Oil Service Companies

Aker Solutions
Baker Hughes Inc.
BJ Services
Geoservices
Halliburton
QServ
Schlumberger
Gyrodata
Orogenics
Weatherford International
WesternGeco
Chiyoda Corporation (Japan & Malaysia)


Drilling Companies
Transocean
Ensco
Maersk Drilling
Seadrill
Vantage Drilling
Rowan Drilling
Nabors Drilling
KCA Duetag
Kencana Petroleum (KM1)
UMWSD
Stena Drilling
Hercules Drilling
High Arctic Energy Services




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post Aug 27 2012, 07:05 PM


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post Aug 27 2012, 07:06 PM


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yeahhhh keep it going baby!
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i think it is better if you put link to older version at 1st post. easy to refer biggrin.gif

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post Aug 27 2012, 07:31 PM


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i think it is better if you put link to older version at 1st post. easy to refer biggrin.gif
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Did include the last comment in the first post. cheers
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post Aug 28 2012, 07:32 AM


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new thread but no new pay haha.cheers all.
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new thread but no new pay haha.cheers all.
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Guess what, oil price is closing in to 98USD per barrel last week and exploration activities around Malaysia is picking up. More HTHP wells are being drilled at the moment, we are getting more business but YET my salary remains the same.


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post Aug 28 2012, 08:18 AM


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Still running around as a logging while drilling engineer here. Anyone got questions on the job can drop me a message smile.gif
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post Aug 28 2012, 09:04 AM


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Hi I'm new here, does anyone here work in Schlumberger under DCS (Data consulting services). I would like to know where trainees under DCS are sent to during their training.
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QUOTE(mhyug @ Aug 28 2012, 07:32 AM)
new thread but no new pay haha.cheers all.
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hurm...not all enjoy the 'another day another dollar' huh.... cool2.gif
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QUOTE(kizlead @ Aug 28 2012, 09:04 AM)
Hi I'm new here, does anyone here work in Schlumberger under DCS (Data consulting services). I would like to know where trainees under DCS are sent to during their training.
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I've heard of people being sent to Abu Dhabi & US (Houston, TX iinm)
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post Aug 28 2012, 11:03 AM


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I've heard of people being sent to Abu Dhabi & US (Houston, TX iinm)
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How about russia, Slb siberian training centre?. All I know is that trainees under certain segments, such as wireline engineer has their own school in colombia, so slb sent them to colombia while mudlogger to Dubai, middle east learning centre. I can't find more information about other slb training centre in the web. T_T
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post Aug 28 2012, 11:22 AM


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was wondering, just a question.

Would it be wise for a person with finance/investment background jump ship to oil/gas industries especially in sales & marketing?
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post Aug 28 2012, 11:42 AM


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hey sifus, i've tried to search around, but i think dis may be d best place to ask.

i'm currently in my final year as an aerospace engineering student and i'm very interested in joining the oil n gas industries seeing as how my seniors n fellow family friends have "lured" me. They say it's d most monetarily rewarding with great benefits. I'm not lying when i say dat money is my main motivation right now.

So my question is, am i qualified to apply for a job in this industry? My cgpa is a tad short of 3.5 Here are the list of subjects i took as an undergrad. Perhaps it can help shed some light.

ENGINEERING LAB 1
COMPUTING SYSTEMS & PROGRAMMING
ELECTRIC CIRCUITS
INTRODUCTORY ECONOMICS FOR ENGINEERING
STATICS
ENGINEERING DRAWING
ENGINEERING CALCULUS I
OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING FOR ENGINEERS
ENGINEERING CALCULUS II
ENGINEERING LAB II
ELECTRONIC LAB
ELECTRONICS
DYNAMICS
COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING
WORKSHOP TECHNOLOGY
AEROSPACE ENGINEERING LAB 1
THERMAL SCIENCES
FLUID MECHANICS
ENGINEERING MATERIALS
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS AND LINEAR ALGEBRA
PRINCIPLES OF FLIGHT
RIGID BODY DYNAMICS
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING LAB
MECHANICS OF MATERIALS
MANUFACTURING PROCESSES
COMPUTATIONAL METHODS AND STATISTICS
AEROSPACE ENGINEERING LAB II
AERODYNAMICS I
AIRCRAFTS STRUCTURES I
SPACE MECHANICS
CONTROL SYSTEMS
COMPLEX ANALYSIS AND PART. DIFF. EQUATION
AERODYNAMICS II
AIRCRAFTS STRUCTURES II
FLIGHT DYNAMICS AND CONTROL
GAS DYNAMICS
AEROSPACE ENGINEERING LAB
EXPERIMENTAL AERODYNAMICS
DECISION SCIENCE
AIRCRAFT DESIGN
AEROSPACE PROPULSION
INSTRUMENTATION AND AVIONICS
COMPOSITE STRUCTURES
NONDESTRUCTIVE EVALUATION OF STRUCTURES
MACHINE DESIGN
AIRCRAFT DESIGN LABORATORY
SPACECRAFT DYNAMICS AND CONTROL
AEROSPACE ENGINEERING LAB

I'd also like to know how can i apply the knowledge from my course in the oil and gas industry? When we graduate, we'll be granted bachelors of mechanical(aerospace) engineering.

Hope u guys can help me out. Sorry if i dont provide enough info. THANK YOU!
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post Aug 28 2012, 01:39 PM


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QUOTE(kizlead @ Aug 28 2012, 11:03 AM)
How about russia, Slb siberian training centre?. All I know is that trainees under certain segments, such as wireline engineer has their own school in colombia, so slb sent them to colombia while mudlogger to Dubai, middle east learning centre. I can't find more information about other slb training centre in the web. T_T
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from what I know ,SLB has MLC(middle east learning center),KLC(Kentucky learning center??),SLC(sugar land learning center),ELC(european learning center),STC(siberia tyumen training center) and some other which I don't know of.Some of the training center is integrated which means it provides training to numerous segment while other only provides training for a specific segment.The one in MLC and ELC is an integrated training center.


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QUOTE(abafamny_90 @ Aug 28 2012, 11:42 AM)
hey sifus, i've tried to search around, but i think dis may be d best place to ask.

i'm currently in my final year as an aerospace engineering student and i'm very interested in joining the oil n gas industries seeing as how my seniors n fellow family friends have "lured" me. They say it's d most monetarily rewarding with great benefits. I'm not lying when i say dat money is my main motivation right now.

So my question is, am i qualified to apply for a job in this industry? My cgpa is a tad short of 3.5 Here are the list of subjects i took as an undergrad. Perhaps it can help shed some light.

ENGINEERING LAB 1 
COMPUTING SYSTEMS & PROGRAMMING 
ELECTRIC CIRCUITS 
INTRODUCTORY ECONOMICS FOR ENGINEERING
STATICS 
ENGINEERING DRAWING
ENGINEERING CALCULUS I
OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING FOR ENGINEERS
ENGINEERING CALCULUS II 
ENGINEERING LAB II 
ELECTRONIC LAB
ELECTRONICS
DYNAMICS
COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING
WORKSHOP TECHNOLOGY       
AEROSPACE ENGINEERING LAB 1   
THERMAL SCIENCES 
FLUID MECHANICS
ENGINEERING MATERIALS 
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS AND LINEAR ALGEBRA 
PRINCIPLES OF FLIGHT 
RIGID BODY DYNAMICS 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING LAB 
MECHANICS OF MATERIALS 
MANUFACTURING PROCESSES 
COMPUTATIONAL METHODS AND STATISTICS 
AEROSPACE ENGINEERING LAB II 
AERODYNAMICS I
AIRCRAFTS STRUCTURES I 
SPACE MECHANICS
CONTROL SYSTEMS   
COMPLEX ANALYSIS AND PART. DIFF. EQUATION
AERODYNAMICS II 
AIRCRAFTS STRUCTURES II 
FLIGHT DYNAMICS AND CONTROL 
GAS DYNAMICS
AEROSPACE ENGINEERING LAB 
EXPERIMENTAL AERODYNAMICS 
DECISION SCIENCE
AIRCRAFT DESIGN   
AEROSPACE PROPULSION 
INSTRUMENTATION AND AVIONICS 
COMPOSITE STRUCTURES 
NONDESTRUCTIVE EVALUATION OF STRUCTURES
MACHINE DESIGN
AIRCRAFT DESIGN LABORATORY 
SPACECRAFT DYNAMICS AND CONTROL   
AEROSPACE ENGINEERING LAB

I'd also like to know how can i apply the knowledge from my course in the oil and gas industry? When we graduate, we'll be granted bachelors of mechanical(aerospace) engineering.

Hope u guys can help me out. Sorry if i dont provide enough info. THANK YOU!
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depend's on the post,if u are applying for a field engineer position,nobody actually cares about what engineering background that u have.

if u are applying for any position which has some relation to mechanical engineering such as drilling engineer I believe u would still stand a chance.


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post Aug 28 2012, 02:36 PM


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QUOTE(joe_star @ Aug 28 2012, 08:18 AM)
Still running around as a logging while drilling engineer here. Anyone got questions on the job can drop me a message smile.gif
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Was placed under this segment back then in the last stage of interview with SLB. I failed. Where else can I give a try aside from baker,halli,gyrodata? (all applied)

QUOTE(abafamny_90 @ Aug 28 2012, 11:42 AM)
hey sifus, i've tried to search around, but i think dis may be d best place to ask.

i'm currently in my final year as an aerospace engineering student and i'm very interested in joining the oil n gas industries seeing as how my seniors n fellow family friends have "lured" me. They say it's d most monetarily rewarding with great benefits. I'm not lying when i say dat money is my main motivation right now.

So my question is, am i qualified to apply for a job in this industry? My cgpa is a tad short of 3.5 Here are the list of subjects i took as an undergrad. Perhaps it can help shed some light.

ENGINEERING LAB 1 
COMPUTING SYSTEMS & PROGRAMMING 
ELECTRIC CIRCUITS 
INTRODUCTORY ECONOMICS FOR ENGINEERING
STATICS  
ENGINEERING DRAWING
ENGINEERING CALCULUS I
OBJECT ORIENTED PROGRAMMING FOR ENGINEERS
ENGINEERING CALCULUS II 
ENGINEERING LAB II 
ELECTRONIC LAB
ELECTRONICS
DYNAMICS
COMPUTER AIDED DRAFTING
WORKSHOP TECHNOLOGY       
AEROSPACE ENGINEERING LAB 1   
THERMAL SCIENCES 
FLUID MECHANICS
ENGINEERING MATERIALS 
DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS AND LINEAR ALGEBRA 
PRINCIPLES OF FLIGHT 
RIGID BODY DYNAMICS 
MECHANICAL ENGINEERING LAB 
MECHANICS OF MATERIALS  
MANUFACTURING PROCESSES 
COMPUTATIONAL METHODS AND STATISTICS  
AEROSPACE ENGINEERING LAB II 
AERODYNAMICS I
AIRCRAFTS STRUCTURES I  
SPACE MECHANICS
CONTROL SYSTEMS   
COMPLEX ANALYSIS AND PART. DIFF. EQUATION
AERODYNAMICS II  
AIRCRAFTS STRUCTURES II  
FLIGHT DYNAMICS AND CONTROL 
GAS DYNAMICS
AEROSPACE ENGINEERING LAB 
EXPERIMENTAL AERODYNAMICS 
DECISION SCIENCE
AIRCRAFT DESIGN   
AEROSPACE PROPULSION  
INSTRUMENTATION AND AVIONICS  
COMPOSITE STRUCTURES  
NONDESTRUCTIVE EVALUATION OF STRUCTURES
MACHINE DESIGN
AIRCRAFT DESIGN LABORATORY 
SPACECRAFT DYNAMICS AND CONTROL   
AEROSPACE ENGINEERING LAB

I'd also like to know how can i apply the knowledge from my course in the oil and gas industry? When we graduate, we'll be granted bachelors of mechanical(aerospace) engineering.

Hope u guys can help me out. Sorry if i dont provide enough info. THANK YOU!
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My bestfriend is a mech-aero graduate from UTM. Now working with RWP. Not in mechanical though. Graduate liason engineer.


Btw, some reading material (but in Indonesian) I've found. http://www.kaskus.co.id/showthread.php?t=5029807

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Just asking, the 1st post did not include technip and foster wheeler, these 2 companies not qualify enuf?
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Added on August 28, 2012, 1:43 pm[/quote]

depend's on the post,if u are applying for a field engineer position,nobody actually cares about what engineering background that u have.

if u are applying for any position which has some relation to mechanical engineering such as drilling engineer I believe u would still stand a chance.
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i see. i wonder wut to answer if i'm asked how does my course relate to oil and gas. a friend of mine said since i'm took aerospace propulsion (which also teaches turbomachinery), then dats a gud starting answer as those drill heads are driven by turboshaft, so i can b of use somehow.


QUOTE(preakzz @ Aug 28 2012, 02:36 PM)
Was placed under this segment back then in the last stage of interview with SLB. I failed. Where else can I give a try aside from baker,halli,gyrodata? (all applied)
My bestfriend is a mech-aero graduate from UTM. Now working with RWP. Not in mechanical though. Graduate liason engineer.
Btw, some readings (but in Indonesian) I've found.  http://www.kaskus.co.id/showthread.php?t=5029807
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thank you so much! this is gold! thumbup.gif
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@abafamny_90 Oh, and her classmate is working in the same company with me, as a safety engineer.
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