Oil & Gas Facilities Engineer Responsibilty

Oil & Gas Facilities Engineer Overview 

The responsibilities of an oil and gas Facilities Engineer can vary depending on the specific job and company, but some of the typical responsibilities may include:

  1. Designing and developing oil and gas facilities, including production platforms, pipelines, and processing plants.
  2. Evaluating and improving the performance of existing facilities to optimize production and minimize costs.
  3. Ensuring that facilities comply with safety, health, and environmental regulations.
  4. Overseeing construction and installation of new facilities or upgrades to existing facilities.
  5. Conducting inspections and audits to identify potential safety or environmental hazards.
  6. Managing budgets and timelines for facility projects.
  7. Providing technical expertise and support to other departments, such as drilling or production.
  8. Collaborating with other engineers, project managers, and contractors to ensure successful project completion.
  9. Developing and implementing maintenance plans to ensure facilities are operating efficiently and effectively.
  10. Conducting risk assessments and developing contingency plans for emergencies or unplanned events.
  11.  Capital Facilities Engineer responsible for design packages and project management on projects to support new production via new facility builds and upgrades of Central Tank Batteries, Salt Water Disposals, Fresh Water Ponds, and Pipelines.
  12. Responsible for design of new production facilities and upgrades to existing facilities that comply with COM, GLO, and LDAR requirements. 
  13. Manage all phases of new and existing facilities projects including FEED, economic evaluation, standards compliance, HAZID/ HAZOP, QA/QC, permitting, contractor selection.

Overall, the Facilities Engineer plays a critical role in ensuring the safe, efficient, and cost-effective operation of oil and gas facilities.


Facility Engineering, Facility Design, CO2, Project Management, Construction Cost Control, Project Estimation, Project Bidding, Construction Management, Consulting, Operations Management, Troubleshooting, Energy, Field Development, Leadership, Contract Management,

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