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GodTier
post Feb 3 2013, 09:25 PM


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QUOTE(engrfeez @ Feb 3 2013, 07:55 PM)
Heard that Petronas bought and take over MISC recently, who follow the full story?

Previously MISC is Berhad company which shareholder 66% Petronas and the rest from EPF.

That mean Petronas will privatize MISC same as Carigali, MLNG, Dagangan and etc?
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MISC always gets funding from Petronas for various project

under MISC, there is an subsidiary called AET

due to recent accident, chemical tanker exploded in labuan,

MISC might hand over its tankers team to AET

MISC only managing LNG carrier while AET handling tankers

no more container ship and general cargo carrier
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post Feb 3 2013, 11:02 PM


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QUOTE(GodTier @ Feb 3 2013, 09:25 PM)
MISC always gets funding from Petronas for various project

under MISC, there is an subsidiary called AET

due to recent accident, chemical tanker exploded in labuan,

MISC might hand over its tankers team to AET

MISC only managing LNG carrier while AET handling tankers

no more container ship and general cargo carrier
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Hurm...i'm also interested with this takeover...how about the misc employees including all the mariners onboard, change the coverall's logo?


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post Feb 3 2013, 11:06 PM


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QUOTE(meonkutu11 @ Feb 3 2013, 11:02 PM)
Hurm...i'm also interested with this takeover...how about the misc employees including all the mariners onboard, change the coverall's logo?
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not sure

but LNG team would stay the same

just MISC tankers staffs might join into AET. thats what I heard
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post Feb 4 2013, 08:13 AM


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QUOTE(Phlegm @ Feb 3 2013, 08:51 PM)
I did the medical check up in Pusrawi. Took them about 4 to 5 hours to do the full medical examination together with the doctor's conclusion on my overall health. So, I guess a half day leave would suffice if you are planning to do your medical check up. I am an experienced hire by the way.  nod.gif
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Thanks a lot bro! I'm going in as an experienced too. Hopefully they'll call for medical checkup soon.
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post Feb 4 2013, 12:55 PM


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QUOTE(GodTier @ Feb 3 2013, 11:06 PM)
not sure

but LNG team would stay the same

just MISC tankers staffs might join into AET. thats what I heard
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As per email by PETRONAS which I read before, the employees will remain but in future the logo, emails and identity will change accordance to PETRONAS but for MMHE which is 100% subsidiaries of MISC, PETRONAS are not thinking to take over the MMHE.

MISC had a big lost due to changing business in shipping and tanker. Now they will move on concentrate on LNG and Offshore Business only.
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post Feb 4 2013, 01:02 PM


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MMHE cannot be 100% own by MISC, it is listed in the Main Board kan?
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post Feb 4 2013, 01:13 PM


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QUOTE(engrfeez @ Feb 4 2013, 12:55 PM)
As per email by PETRONAS which I read before, the employees will remain but in future the logo, emails and identity will change accordance to PETRONAS but for MMHE which is 100% subsidiaries of MISC, PETRONAS are not thinking to take over the MMHE.

MISC had a big lost due to changing business in shipping and tanker. Now they will move on concentrate on LNG and Offshore Business only.
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ya, MISC suffers big lost in shipping due to bunker price hike and human error
LNG is very profitable but many human technical error, same with its tanker line AET, big impact from bunker hike and accidents penalty

the logo might not change in my opinion, because shipping line is quite different
like maersk ..got shipping and got maersk oil

AET as i heard had recently launched some new projects with petrobas in south america for shuttle tanker and dp serivce ...and some projects in middle east
the funding all from petronas iinm, and petronas all this while act as the ghost customers to its subsidiaries ..

so there is no surprise when petronas eventually absorb all of it up.
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post Feb 4 2013, 01:26 PM


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Another story about PETRONAS.. I agree there are many differents between this new management and previous CEO - Tans Sri Hassan Merican

Mtem mahu CEO Petronas disingkir

Oleh: SALMIAH DRUHAMAD DRASHIN
Tarikh: February 2, 2013

KUALA LUMPUR - Presiden dan Ketua Pegawai Eksekutif Petronas, Datuk Shamsul Azhar Abbas dan kepimpinan barunya berdepan dengan desakan gabungan 42 NGO ekonomi Melayu dan 101 NGO ekonomi bersekutu, mahu mereka disingkirkan daripada mengepalai syarikat minyak negara itu.

NGO tersebut yang bergabung di bawah Majlis Tindakan Ekonomi Melayu (Mtem) mendakwa Petronas sebagai sebuah syarikat nadi ekonomi negara telah gagal menjalankan tanggungjawabnya membantu meningkatkan ekonomi usahawan Bumiputera.

"Nila setitik rosak susu sebelanga. Datuk Shamsul Azhar adalah nila setitik yang merosakkan susu sebelanga," tegas Pengerusi Mtem, Datuk Syed Ali Mohamed Alattas.

"Arahan yang jelas perlu diberikan kepada organisasi Petronas. Apa yang patut saya lakukan itu yang perdana menteri tanya, kita akan beritahu pandangan kita, beberapa perkara perlu dibetulkan, tentukan pembangunan usahawan Bumiputera berjalan dan dapat 'heavy cake' bahagian dalam program ini yang mana sekarang ini sudah tertinggal ke belakang sekarang ini," tegas beliau.

Menurut Mtem, pihaknya telah menzahirkan rasa kecewa dan amarah terhadap tindak tanduk Petronas di bawah kepimpinan Shamsul kepada Perdana Menteri, Datuk Seri Najib Tun Razak.

Selain corak pengurusan yang menjurus ke arah perkembangan negatif, difahamkan juga terdapat elemen rasuah yang kini sedang dibongkar dari semasa ke semasa oleh Mtem.

Berdasarkan aduan yang diterima daripada pihak yang berkepentingan dalam dan luar Petronas, lima perkara telah dirumuskan mengapa Petronas dilihat gagal.

Dasar keterbukaan Petronas kini dilihat mengutamakan syarikat-syarikat asing yang sebahagiannya tidak memiliki lesen Petronas sepertimana yang termaktub dalam undang-undang.

Petronas juga dilihat tidak memberi peluang secukupnya kepada usahawan Melayu dan tempatan untuk terlibat dalam projek-projek mega negara seperti Samur dan Sogt Kimanis.

Mtem juga mendakwa Petronas juga telah melantik individu-individu yang dahulunya ketua-ketua syarikat pesaing Petronas iaitu Shell untuk mengisi jawatan strategik dalam GLC itu.

Bahkan, aneh sekali apabila warga asing dan bekas ketua-ketua dari syarikat pesaing Petronas dahulunya kini menjawat jawatan strategik dalam syarikat konglomerat itu.

"Keuntungan Malaysia Marine and Heavy Engineering Holdings Bhd (MMHE) jatuh walaupun bertukat ke kepimpinan warga asing dan dilaporkan telah dikeluarkan dari indeks FTSE Bursa Malaysia (FBM KLIC) akhir tahun lalu (24 Disember) 2012," tulis satu kenyataan khas Mtem.

Mtem juga telah menerima aduan di mana terdapatnya projek baru Petronas yang kelihatan berisiko, tidak menguntungkan dan tidak sejajar dengan matlamat dan halatuju pembangunan Petronas.

Menurut Mtem lagi, terdapat juga aduan yang mengatakan Petronas turut memberi kontrak kepada syarikat-syarikat berkepentingan asing yang bermasalah, tidak mempunyai pengalaman kerja yang baik dan masalah integriti.

Selain itu, pelbagai polisi baru dan halangan turut menyebabkan usahawan Melayu dan tempatan kehilangan pekerjaan dan lesen semasa mahu memperbaharui lesen dari Petronas seperti yang berlaku ke atas Steel Structure Swac Code, Detail Design Engineering Swar Code.

Sehubungan itu, Mtem menggesa Petronas yang menjadi benteng ekonomi negara diperbetulkan sebelum ia rosak dan perubahan harus berlaku sebelum Pilihan Raya Umum ke-13 (PRU13) bagi memberi keyakinan kepada rakyat bahawa amanah rakyat tidak dikhianati.

Sementara itu, seorang pemegang amanah Mtem yang enggan namanya didedahkan memberitahu, penasihat Petronas, Tun Dr Mahathir Mohamad juga setuju bahawa kepimpinan Petronas di bawah Shamsul bermasalah.

"Sampai Tun Mahathir kata baiklah, saya setuju dengan anda dan pergilah jumpa presiden kemudian jumpa saya semula," katanya.

Mtem akan membuat laporan kepada Suruhanjaya Pencegahan Rasuah Malaysia (SPRM) minggu depan ekoran dakwaan rasuah dalam Petronas dan memuat naik maklumat semasa mengenai kepincangan syarikat itu menerusi www.mtem.my.
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post Feb 5 2013, 10:00 AM


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I attended TI last week in SKO. I think I passed it, and waiting for the SI perhaps within the next two weeks. If I am hired, I would come in as experienced hire. What would be the "fastest" expected time for the HR to confirm my employment with them? As I read mostly have waited months before getting any news. Just want to hear from the experiences by someone in similar situation. I have been interviewed for the position of reliability engineer. I am a local guy anyway, if that is relevant here.

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post Feb 5 2013, 02:31 PM


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Honestly..from my point of view..

Petronas interm of salary and benefit its tip top..so good maa..but i think u need to worry about your exp..Petronas is a client..it really hard to gain the right knowledge there..but u can always study by urself..and become a good engineer..gud luck!
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post Feb 6 2013, 08:00 PM


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Finally received an email for medical checkup at PCMC. But I just noticed that strangely, in the letter it says "Work Environment: Office & Offshore Platform".

My job description as told during interview doesn't require me to go offshore. I know the team that I will be placed in, the type of work they're doing, it's office based and definitely non of them ever gone offshore since 10 years that I've known them.

So is this normal? Because of my geoscience background? If yes then it's okay. I'm just worried that they misplaced me with other department. I was hand picked by the Senior Manager for this job so they did not call me for interview for a random position. The appointment at PCMC is tomorrow morning I can't call them to confirm, just noticed this just now.
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post Feb 6 2013, 08:17 PM


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QUOTE(azraeil @ Feb 3 2013, 03:09 PM)
Most PE are concentrated in the Head Office, there is a PE Division in KLCC and there is about 1000 people in that division. I am not sure if there still some Surveillance Units (they had them in each Regional office before) but I think before I left, the re-organized and moved everyone into SI based at the HQ.
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looks like its a real slim chance neway thanks for da reply
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post Feb 6 2013, 11:03 PM


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Government is already asking 7% dividend from PETRONAS this year, to fund election.

Like seriously?????

Damn you lah. You think PETRONAS is your bank account ah?

And now all projects have to be revisited, cost has to be cut down.


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post Feb 6 2013, 11:05 PM


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QUOTE(aiman04 @ Feb 6 2013, 08:00 PM)
Finally received an email for medical checkup at PCMC. But I just noticed that strangely, in the letter it says "Work Environment: Office & Offshore Platform".

My job description as told during interview doesn't require me to go offshore. I know the team that I will be placed in, the type of work they're doing, it's office based and definitely non of them ever gone offshore since 10 years that I've known them.

So is this normal? Because of my geoscience background? If yes then it's okay. I'm just worried that they misplaced me with other department. I was hand picked by the Senior Manager for this job so they did not call me for interview for a random position. The appointment at PCMC is tomorrow morning I can't call them to confirm, just noticed this just now.
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As a Geoscientist, you will be required to go offshore once in a while to observe drilling. You expect servicing company to do that?? Go and analyze data yourself lerrr
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post Feb 6 2013, 11:20 PM


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QUOTE(eyelash @ Feb 6 2013, 11:05 PM)
As a Geoscientist, you will be required to go offshore once in a while to observe drilling. You expect servicing company to do that?? Go and analyze data yourself lerrr
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For me I don't mind going to offshore once in a while. Working there fulltime with josebis pay I will think twice. Even now, as researcher, I still have to go for sampling and pilot monitoring in the future.

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QUOTE(eyelash @ Feb 6 2013, 11:03 PM)
Government is already asking 7% dividend from PETRONAS this year, to fund election.

Like seriously?????

Damn you lah. You think PETRONAS is your bank account ah?

And now all projects have to be revisited, cost has to be cut down.
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Why so surprise?
Petronas is their cash cow after all.
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I got an offer from Petronas. I know their process of hiring is complicated, and a lot of this and that. There are quite a few things that disappointed me about the company.

First of all, i am experienced worker, and their offer is not able to match up to my current pay, not even close. The only reason i take the offer is because it is based at my hometown, and i just feel like want to go back home after all these years.

The company do not provide mover services for the new recruited staff, only for transferred staff. I was like !@#$!@? What is the different between new recruited and transferred staff, both also working for the company, and both also need to move their belonging.

When called for the interview (2 stages), they did not bother to sponsor the flight tickets. As i know, the most standard practice for big company, they do sponsor the flight ticket (2 ways), and also to compensate us in terms of cash for taking our leave to attend the interview, provide accommodation, and meals. None of these was provided, and all at our own cost.

Haven't start work yet, and I am already worrying about this company. =__=!
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QUOTE(eyelash @ Feb 6 2013, 11:05 PM)
As a Geoscientist, you will be required to go offshore once in a while to observe drilling. You expect servicing company to do that?? Go and analyze data yourself lerrr
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Bro, did you read my post? With all due respect, I'm a geologist and I have been in the industry for more than 10 years, I know how it works. I've been going offshore in my early years. But I'm not going in as a geoscientist, the more senior you get, the wider your scope to be in. I've done various works, geophysicist, geomodeler, consultant, even a system engineer. I don't want to go into details, but I can assure you that I won't ever go offshore with this position. The oil & gas industry is big, really big.

I'm familiar with Petronas, just not with their HR.

Thanks for your kind reply.

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post Feb 7 2013, 09:35 AM


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QUOTE(aiman04 @ Feb 7 2013, 07:33 AM)
Bro, did you read my post? With all due respect, I'm a geologist and I have been in the industry for more than 10 years, I know how it works. I've been going offshore in my early years. But I'm not going in as a geoscientist, the more senior you get, the wider your scope to be in. I've done various works, geophysicist, geomodeler, consultant, even a system engineer. I don't want to go into details, but I can assure you that I won't ever go offshore with this position. The oil & gas industry is big, really big.

I'm familiar with Petronas, just not with their HR.

Thanks for your kind reply.
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Hey, I just want to compliment your professional and non-emotional response. biggrin.gif rclxms.gif All the best.
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post Feb 7 2013, 10:13 AM


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Hi all. Just want to share my story. I passed my SI in September 2013, a week after I had it. Then I've been calling HR for every to weeks and until at one point (maybe late November) I stopped calling them. Then in late January I called up again to follow up. The HR was well aware that I've been waiting since September. Then the next day they emailed me saying that they could not find a position for me and wish me good luck for my future. I was a bit confused actually. Does that mean I didn't get any job and got rejected? Or does it mean that particular HR division does not have any suitable position for me? Then they called me confirming that what they meant by it, is the latter. Phew so there's still chance for me. But honestly speaking, I don't put any hope anymore. If there's rezeki then adalah kan. So they put my name under another HR. What got me upset is that whenever I called them, they never tell me any updates and just told me to wait for their call.
I was happened to have a friend whose her husband works in HR at Petronas as well. He told me that he can check the status of my placement and the result is currently there are 2 Operating Units that are considering me. Lucky me again, happened to be that my dad's friend is a senior manager at Petronas then he helped to check my status. And I got more accurate result; PETCO is currently considering me and will finalize it by end of this week (if lucky), should they not be able to put me in, they will push my CV to another OPU.

So here I am now, still waiting for them to call me if they want to take me in. Thank God I'm currently working so it does not really matter how long it would take. But I hope it won't take too long. Moral of the story is, KEEP ON CALLING THEM if you're in the same situation like me. I should have called them continuously till they're annoyed and do something about it.
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