Company: Shell Skills: Rig Electrician, Production Operator Experience: 2 + Years Education: High School/Secondary Location: New Orleans, LA, US Status: Active No location/work authorization restrictions found.

Company Description

Shell Exploration & Production Company (SEPCo) is responsible for safely finding, developing and producing oil and natural gas in North America. Shell has been operating in the Gulf of Mexico for five decades and these operations provide more than 73 percent of our U.S. oil and gas production. SEPCo is the largest of Shell’s E&P operating units, accounting for 17 percent of Shell’s worldwide oil and gas production. Based in Houston, Texas, our key operating locations are in the Gulf of Mexico, South Texas, Wyoming, Alabama, Alaska and Canada.


Shell is in the process of hiring Experienced Offshore Operators. 
The ideal candidate will be responsible for:

Conducting oil & gas well surveillance functions 
Monitoring and analyzing the performance of process flow operations 
Monitoring, testing and maintaining process flow shut-down & control devices
Operating multiple fluid process separating equipment
Applying lockout/tag-out procedures
The start-up, shut-down and operation of gas compressors as needed 
The start-up, shut-down and operation of electrical power generating equipment as needed
the start-up, shut-down and operation of fluid pump transfer systems
Operating emergency shut-down systems 
Reading and interpreting API-RP 14C regulations and S.A.F.E. charts 
Performing routine repairs on pneumatic and/or electronic control panels 
Operating, testing, maintaining and repairing safety shut-down devices
Operating, servicing and maintaining oil and gas production produced-water systems 
Interpreting fluid measurement equipment
Engaging in major start-up and turn-around activities in a process flow facility

Must have a minimum of two (2) years experience as a production or process operator
Must have prior experience and proficiency in applying lockout/tag-out procedures
Must have prior experience and proficiency conducting Job Hazard Analysis and completing Permits to Work
Must currently hold or be able to qualify to receive a Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) card. Note, information regarding TWIC qualification standards may be found
Willingness to take and achieve satisfactory results on Shell’s pre-employment testing battery
Willingness to take and pass basic water survival course and HUET (Helicopter Underwater Egress Training)
Willingness to report timely to assigned crew change locations on either the Louisiana or Texas Gulf coast

With or without reasonable accommodations, be willing to work at heights; climb ladders and stairs; walk on high elevation grating; work in inclement weather; work around loud industrial equipment; work in compact and confined spaces; and work outdoors
Willingness to work offshore on an oil & gas production platform on the Gulf of Mexico

Willingness to work a 14 day on and 14 day off shift schedule. (This means that you will be required to be away from home for 14 days straight working in the Gulf of Mexico, and then you will have 14 days off)
Willingness to work 12 hours a day while working offshore
Willingness to work in confined places
Willingness to work on high platforms and to walk up and down steps
Willingness to walk on high elevation grating
Willingness to ride in a helicopter over Gulf of Mexico waters for extended periods
Willingness to be transferred to or from a boat via a personnel basket maneuvered by a crane in Gulf of Mexico waters and to ride in a boat for extended periods in rare occasions
Willingness to work in a versatile, multi-skilled team work environment
Willingness to serve as a member of an emergency response team
Willingness to work in close proximity with co-workers
Willingness to work at night, on weekends and on holidays
Willingness and able to lift 40 lbs with or without reasonable accommodation


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