British Petroleum; Mechanical Team Leader

16 Januari 2008

Tangguh LNG Project, approved in Q1-2005, is one of the most complex projects in BP's portfolio and is one of the 5 major New Profit Centres in BP's growth strategy. The development involves tapping offshore gas fields, with proven resources of 14.4 tcf, and producing liquefied natural gas (LNG) in the Bintuni Bay area of the province of Papua (formerly called Irian Jaya).

The Tangguh LNG Facilities will comprise two offshore production platforms linked by two sub-sea pipelines to an onshore LNG Facility which is being constructed on a greenfield site on the south shore of Bintuni Bay in Papua. This location provides good sea access, stable soils and ample area for future expansion. The LNG plant will be a complete grassroots development including all ancillary facilities required to be self-supporting. Two liquefaction trains will be constructed initially, with each train having LNG production capacity of 3.8 mtpa. Storage and loading facilities will be provided for export of LNG and gas condensate products by marine tankers. Utility systems providing electricity, steam, water, and other plant needs will be constructed to meet daily plant requirements.

To support our operation, we invite all suitably qualified professionals to come, join and grow with us as:

Mechanical Team Leader


* Reporting directly to the Maintenance Department Manager, the Mechanical Team Leader oversees and guides all activities related to the maintenance of Stationary, Rotating, and Mobile Equipment in the Tangguh Facilities, to achieve optimum plant equipment availability of the Offshore Gas Production Facilities, Pipelines, and Onshore LNG Facilities in order to achieve safe reliable LNG production and meet all shipping schedules and contribute to the achievement of the Maintenance Department goals and objectives by ensuring that all activities are carried out professionally and efficiently within budget guidelines. This position will be involved in developing a bp Common Maintenance Strategy (CMS), including setting up Computerized Maintenance Management System (CMMS) and populating database with required information for plant equipment. He/She has to involve in planning and development of a modern machine shop and a welding shop to be used as repair facilities by skilled personnel for the Tangguh Offshore Gas Production Facilities, Pipelines, and Onshore LNG Facilities.

* This position is a Papua site based position on a 28-day rotation work pattern. There may be a requirement to spend periods in the Jakarta office.


* Bachelor degree in Mechanical Technology/ Mechanical Engineering
* 10 -15 years experience in Operations & Maintenance of similar facilities, 5 of which in supervision
* Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of CMS processes:

o Planning and Scheduling
o Condition Monitoring and Process Data Collection
o Risk Based Inspection

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Applications deadline: February 3, 2008.
Please note that only short-listed candidates will be contacted.

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