26 November 2008


Company Description

REPSOL YPF, one of Spain's largest companies, is involved in all aspects of the energy business and is aggressively expanding its exploration and production division.

Our E&P activities are focus in Latin America, North Africa, F.S.U. and Middle and Far East.

Facilities Engineers

Your main Job function and Key responsibility areas are:

Provide insight to the Business Units in surface facilities: wellhead fluid gathering, crude oil treatment, gas conditioning and processing, and product transportation, in an onshore/offshore environment, including evaluation of new ventures and projects

Review and approve the specification, design, and supply (by contractors) of process (static, dynamics) equipment and piping in onshore/offshore production facilities, ensuring that it meets project objectives, industry standards and best practices for safety, reliability and cost

Prepare process concept definition, being involved in preliminary studies, conceptual and basic design, FEED, construction, installation, hook up, commissioning and start up of surface facilities from the project planning through execution, in close liaison with the project manager

Evaluating contractor proposals for Technical Studies, FEED and EPC. Execute the project monitoring

Handle internal interfaces with HSE, Planning, QA/QC Organizations and Business Units, as well as the external interfaces with engineering companies, services specialists, partners and others

Required Specific Knowledge and Technical Skills are:

Production System Design, Oil & Gas Processes & Facilities, Life cycle design, Production system engineering

Utilities Design, Mechanical Design, Piping Design, Cryogenic Plants Design, Water Injection Plants, Revamping and Upgrading Plants, Contractor's Documentation

Project management process, cost estimation, economics, contracting, technical specifications and bidding, technical audits and design reviews.

Construction & Installation, Offshore Installation Supervision, Inspection, control and testing techniques

Local/National and International Standard and Codes, Health, Safety, Environment, Quality, Tender procedure, Health of Site Management, Agreement

Education and qualifications:

Engineering Degree/Diploma in Process, Chemical, Industrial, Mechanical or Petroleum Engineering
Fluent knowledge of English
Fluent in Spanish will be an asset
Minimum 10 years of Oil and Gas experience

We offer permanent positions

Those interested please send your updated CV and recent photo to the following email address:


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