Senior Communication Centre Coordinator (#768982758)

Posted: 27 June 2019 at 16:48   Expires: 26 August 2019 at 16:48

Posted In: IT/Communications > Radio Operator

Location: Qatar

We are seeking to recruitment on behalf of our client a SENIOR COMMUNICATION CENTRE COORDINATOR who will be based in Qatar on a residential married or single status contract

Key Requirements

Working in our client’s HEALTH, SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT Department directing, planning the communication operation of Emergency Control room and Emergency Control Centre, in co-ordination with the parties concerned for the efficient and smooth running of its daily operations. In addition, you will also be responsible for the supervision and maintenance of all communication equipment, network and other related facilities at the Control room and Emergency Control Centre ensuring effective operations

Experience/Qualifications

10 years’ experience in communication and coordination with management level staff
3-5 years’ experience in the Oil and Gas industry
Excellent communication and coordination skills
Supervision of at least 10 personnel
Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or Management or Communication
Relevant training in Radio Communication and usage of emergency equipment and software

Job Description

We are seeking to recruitment on behalf of our client a SENIOR COMMUNICATION CENTRE COORDINATOR who will be based in Qatar on a residential married or single status contract

Working in our client’s HEALTH, SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT Department directing, planning the communication operation of Emergency Control room and Emergency Control Centre, in co-ordination with the parties concerned for the efficient and smooth running of its daily operations. In addition, you will also be responsible for the supervision and maintenance of all communication equipment, network and other related facilities at the Control room and Emergency Control Centre ensuring effective operations

Experience/Qualifications

10 years’ experience in communication and coordination with management level staff

3-5 years’ experience in the Oil and Gas industry

Excellent communication and coordination skills

Supervision of at least 10 personnel

Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or Management or Communication

Relevant training in Radio Communication and usage of emergency equipment and software

If you wish to be considered for the above position kindly send an updated detailed CV/Resume in Microsoft word format

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Minerals Essentials Package

Source: Hart Energy Store

Vendor: Oil and Gas Investor
Type: Directories
Price: 50.00

This must-have collection includes:

  • Minerals Business and Buyers Directory - Insights from some of the most prominent leaders in the space today and a directory of the major minerals buyers with cash in hand.
  • Minerals & Non-Op Report and Directory - Who's who directory of the oil and gas minerals sector and includes recent transactions that made headlines, as well as an analysis of the Haymaker-Kimbell deal and the Continental-Franco Nevada deal.

 

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2019 Minerals Business and Buyers Directory

Source: Hart Energy Store

Vendor: Oil and Gas Investor
Type: Directories
Price: 30.00

In the Minerals Business and Buyers Directory, we share insight from some of the most prominent leaders in the space today and create a directory of the major minerals buyers with cash in hand. Minerals-buying is clearly the new kid on the block, and the capital is flowing. 

Table of Contents

006 | SEEKING 25% YIELD
Competition for minerals is intense. But buyers are finding a way to get deals done at prices that work for their portfolios.

010 | MINERAL-ING UP
Private-equity firms are growing their positions in owning a share of the estimated $80 billion that is paid to minerals owners annually. 

016 | MINERAL MONEY
Publicly held mineral owners are booking oil and gas sales and writing distribution checks. 

024 | MINERALS: ENDGAME
Privately held minerals-buyers factor a multitude of portfolio needs to pick the right assets. 

032 | FCF OUT OF THE GATE
Bob Ravnaas shares his insights on how Kimbell Royalty Partners LP evaluates mineral assets.

039 | CAVEAT LESSOR
That mineral or royalty "lease" might not be a lease. Look before you sign. 

044 | DIRECTORY OF MINERAL BUYERS

 

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OCTG 2H19: Rolling with the Punches

The OCTG Situation Report June 2019 Photo Courtesy Surge Energy

Photo Courtesy Surge Energy

Susan Murphy | The OCTG Situation Report

Susan Murphy | Publisher + Editor-in-Chief

Each year in June we take the temperature of the oil patch, speaking with people from every walk of the supply chain to get a sense of the market from their perspective. This exercise inevitably yields valuable and colorful commentary on the present state of affairs. Last year could have been summed up in “232” words as discussions were almost entirely variables on the theme of the investigation. In reviewing the results of this year’s midyear market calls, one phrase best captures the sentiment for OCTG in 2H19: “rolling with the punches.”  

A sense of OCTG overcapacity is permeating the patch at this juncture, which is giving pause to many participants. We covered some of the more recent events leading to this view in our May Report. Coupled with the past week’s crude price inflection that sent the price/bbl into bear market territory, this scenario gives rise to increasing uncertainty moving into the back half of the year. No surprise when considering budgets were set at $50 – $55/bbl. It isn’t so much that demand is waning, it’s more that supply is omnipresent. As one party put it, “the operator story has remained mostly static since Capex budgets were announced earlier this year”; it’s the supply side that’s been caught flat-footed after assuming that the buoyant oil prices through most of 1H19 would prompt budget increases around this time. In past year’s operator commitments to discipline have been mostly met with a nod and a wink. Tighter grips on operator spends translate to an unlimited amount of supply chasing a limited amount of demand. Even with the possibility that the upcoming OPEC meeting will result in an extension of the production-cut agreement, it is unlikely such an event will budge the strict budgets of most operators or entice Wall Street to extend more credit. 

Speaking of Wall Street, the word “credit” was used deliberately and repeatedly and in a way we haven’t heard since the late 2000s. Indeed, folks from the supply side corroborated a heightened awareness of the risks associated with overextending credit during such a state of flux. Another phrase that punctuated many conversations was, “dog eat dog.” Fierce competition for business has become ‘trolling’ for dollars, making it difficult for the market to predict a bottom. Most were in agreement that prices will tilt down for the remaining months of 2019 although a few remained optimistic thinking things might turn for the better in Q4. We discuss this in greater depth in our June Report.

Intel from investment banking firm Cowen says that E&Ps spent 28% of their ’19 budgets in Q1 and many others anticipate a similar situation to 2018 when “budget exhaustion” was the operative buzzword into the year-end. Remarkably, even with all the exhaust-talk late last year the rig count really didn’t suffer and it’s possible we won’t see a tremendous contraction at the end of this year although available funding will, in many cases, be funneled to completion efforts and remain steady for the “majors.” Private E&Ps remain the “wild card.”

American poet Robert Frost was quoted saying, “the best way out is always through.” While encouraging signs for the short term were scarce throughout our confab, the consensus seems to be on “consolidation” as the answer to many of the challenges the industry faces. Consolidation in supply and consolidation in operators—circumstances that appear to be taking shape around us—now offer possibilities for a brighter vision for the future as we approach ’20/20.’

NOTE: Our monthly blog posts offer a slice of the content we publish in The OCTG Situation Report every month. For a complimentary copy of our intel please visit: https://www.octgsituationreport.com/subscribe

Photo Courtesy Surge Energy

Market Snapshot: Canada’s energy and emissions intensities have been declining for decades

The Kaya identity for Canada shows that, as our economy and population has grown, Canada’s energy intensity has steadily decreased. While Canada has experienced significant economic growth from energy-intensive industries such as the oil sands, GDP growth from less energy-intensive sectors, such as commercial and public buildings, was stronger. In addition to this structural shift in the Canadian economy, energy efficiency has improved.

Source: National Energy Board - Energy Reports

Haynesville Map: Upstream and Midstream

Source: Hart Energy Store

Vendor: Oil and Gas Investor
Type: Maps
Price: 149.00 – 199.00
(2 variants)
The Haynesville wall map highlights the great surge of horizontal drilling that has taken place in East Texas and Louisiana, focusing on the Haynesville Shale play. The extensive crude oil, natural gas and NGL pipeline networks, gas processing plants and compressor stations are pinpointed throughout the area.

Map dimensions are 24″x36″ and perfect for any cubical or office wall.