Oil industry jobs
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Oil and gas industry jobs:
What you need to succeed

There are many career opportunities in the petroleum industry. Over the next while we are featuring some of the career paths available.
This issue is about:

Technologists (certified):

This type of job typically provides technical support to (and are supervised by) their professional engineer counterparts in a particular area. Unlike professional engineering work, technological work is highly specialized and not about broad theories and principles. Technologists design devices and equipment, decide which equipment to use on a project, determine how to use it and supervise its installation and use.

Common careers include:

  • Chemical Engineering Technologists help design, modify and sometimes operate plants, equipment and processes that produce petroleum products.
  • Civil & Structural Engineering Technologists assist structural engineers in the design, planning and construction of plants, well sites, pumping and compressor stations, terminals and storage facilities.
  •  Geological, Geophysical & Seismic Technologists generally collect and analyze geological data for petroleum exploration.
  • Surveying & Geomatics Technologists participate in field surveys and office calculations and plan production for a wide range of industry activities, including facility development, pipeline construction, and surface mining.
Sound interesting? Find out more about Technologists careers at the Careers in Oil and Gas website.

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