Well Integrity Engineer

  • Contract
  • Full Time
  • Norway

Conoco Phillips

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Job Summary

Responsible for downhole and surface barrier envelopes in wells on all producing and water injection platforms and templates in the Greater Ekofisk Area

Job Description

Accountability & End Result:

  • Apply and support HSE and Q best practices in planning of well operations
  • Deliver planning and support of well operations
  • Optimize available resources during planning and execution of well operations
  • Expand of individual knowledge / participation in synergy and experience transfer
  • Apply Schedule & Cost performance analysis
  • Comply to regulatory and corporate policy
  • Administrate allocated Service contracts

Assigned roles, responsibilities, procedures and other – general:

  • Plan safe, environmental sound and efficient well operations through collaborative efforts following the Well Design
  • & Delivery Process and related policies/requirements Ensure well design and operations comply with corporate management standards and regulatory requirements
  • Provide technical support during operations (includes duty requirements/offshore as needed)
  • Track, analyze and investigate issues to improve operational performance Provide input for risk assessment and mitigation plans
  • Monitor and analyze operational progress against plans and follow up on significant problems with corrective
  • actions
  • Develop accurate cost estimates inclusive of appropriate contingency and monitor
  • Recommend implementation of new techniques and practices and conduct feasibility studies for new design
  • concepts as needed
  • Document and champion lessons learned
  • Prepare and archive relevant documentation for well operations
  • Support delivery of reporting to offshore, management, authorities
  • Administrate allocated service contracts and COPNO procedures
  • Perform weekend duty as required per Duty Guidelines

Specific roles and responsibilities

  • TA shall advise the well integrity engineers in a deviation process or MOC when owned by Well Integrity
  • TA is COPNO’s representative in Well Integrity Industry forums (WIF etc.)
  • TA reviews, maintains and is responsible for updating COPNO’s Well Integrity steering documentation
  • TA is responsible to deliver annual reporting to Petroleum Safety Authority (RNNP) and to A&OI
  • Analyse test results, investigate and diagnose well barrier issues
  • Provide technical advice to well operations, operation and well mechanics regarding well integrity and verify non-
  • conformance(s) and notifications for wells
  • Provide well integrity technical assistance in well barrier risk assessment
  • Specify well maintenance and testing frequency on wells
  • Ensure KPI’s in place to track compliance with requirements

Required competency:

  • Bachelor degree and operational experience of minimum 3-5 years

Preferred competency:

  • Proficient in Norwegian and/or English, both verbally and in writing

Preferred Leadership Competencies:

  • Takes Accountability Makes decisions
  • Strives for Continuous Improvement
  • Effective Communication
  • Collaborates Well
  • Drives performance and leads change
  • Analytic Results Orientation
  • Engage and Inspire


ConocoPhillips offers competitive terms of employment and good welfare benefits.

Any questions regarding the position or the recruiting process can be forwarded to COPNORecruiting@conocophillips.com.


You must complete the entire application process within the application deadline July 1st, 2024.


Background checks will be performed, following consent from relevant candidates.


Please attach all relevant documents in the column Resume/CV such as motivation letter, CV and formal documentation of your highest education. Applications submitted without necessary attachments will not be evaluated.

Apply Before:

 July 2, 2024


ConocoPhillips’ sponsorship for employment authorization in the country where this job is located is NOT available for this position.


ConocoPhillips is an equal opportunity employer.

To apply for this job please visit careers.conocophillips.com.

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