Rig Foreman – Saudi Arabia

Position: Rig Foremen
Location:  Saudi Arabia
Duration: 28/28 Rotation

BS in Petroleum Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, or Electrical Engineering with Ten (10) years of experience in drilling engineering and operations or High school Degree or equivalent with Sixteen (16) years’ experience in Drilling Engineering and Operations;
Skills and expertise in deviated drilling including short radius horizontal wells;
Offshore jack up drilling experience with in depth knowledge of top drive units, Measurements while Drilling (MWD) technology and oil base muds;
Experience in drilling high pressure /high temperature  (HPHT)wells as deep as 17,000 feet with heavy mud weights as high as 165 PCF in high H2S concentrations of 20%;
A current certificate in Blowout Prevention (BOP) and well control;
Intensive oil/gas upstream specialized training courses with diploma education will be considered;
Extensive Drilling & Workover experience internationally (Shell, Exxon, and Chevron) etc. as Rig Supervisor with both offshore and onshore drilling operations;
Extensive experience in mentorship and ability to transfer knowledge and skills;
Must have excellent communication skills;
Saudi Aramco field experience highly preferable;
Training and career development certified English Language;
Must have completed the H2S, offshore survival (HUET), firefighting and first Aid courses;
Must have completed the IADC certification courses to required level

Please send your cv to career@talhuntconsult.com

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December 2014