Posted on :
9 Aug, 2016
9 Aug, 2016
Eni is the operator of the Offshore Cape Three Points (Eni’s interest 47.22%) permits which is regulated by a concession agreement.
In March 2016, Eni was awarded the operatorship of the exploration license Cape Three Points Block 4 (Eni’s interest 42.47%), located in the offshore of the Country. Activities were focused on the development of oil and gas reserves of the OCTP concession. In 2015, Eni defined and signed a Gas Sale Agreement with the Ghana Authorities, as well as other agreements related to the guarantees for the sale of natural gas from the OCTP project, sanctioned and approved by the Ministry of Petroleum in December 2014. The integrated oil and gas development plan provides to put into production the Sankofa, Sankofa East and Gye Nyame discoveries. The first oil is expected in 2017 and the first gas in 2018. Peak production is estimated at 40 kboe/d net to Eni in 2019.
Job Title: Sealine Installation Coordinator.
We are currently recruiting for a Sealine Installation Coordinator.
The Key Responsibilities Are
You will provide in-country technical support to the Offshore Execution Manager to ensure safe execution of gas export transportation. You will also support the planning and execution of offshore campaigns and coordination of marine installation activities.
Eni’s presence in Ghana dates back to 1960. Since then, we have significantly increased our presence in upstream and we are currently developing the major Offshore Cape Three Points (OCTP) project, at water depths of between 600m-1000m. The project will ensure domestic gas supply to Ghana’s thermal power plants for around 15 years, significantly increasing the country’s capacity for power generation.
Permanent Local – we are unable to offer visa support for this role.
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