Petrofac is a leading international service provider to the oil and gas production and processing industry. We design, build, operate and maintain oil and gas facilities, which we deliver through a range of flexible and innovative commercial models that can be aligned to an individual client, project or asset.
Principal Pipe stress Engineer
• Liaise with the Lead Piping Engineer and others to ensure that the stress section receives all the necessary information and data. Also, to ensure that interested parties are informed of stress section activities.
• Produce and maintain the Critical Line List and Stress Sketch Register.
• Ensure that all work is checked in accordance with approved procedures.
• When the pipe stress software is based on a code edition which predates the Project adopted code edition the Lead Stress Engineer will review any anomalies and where necessary set out guidance for the alignment to the relevant code.
• Carry out the necessary calculations to ensure that all loading conditions that may be experienced by a piping system are considered and used within the design.
• Understanding and application of pipe stress software (Caesar II)
• Understanding and application of the Pressure Equipment Directive (PED)
• Ensure that piping systems comply with the stress analysis requirements specified by the applicable Codes and Standards.
• Provide relevant guidance and information to other departments when required.
• Work unsupervised specifying modifications to existing or new piping systems.
• Provide input to the Stress Report containing calculations and information for each piping system analysed.
• Liaise with other disciplines in the execution of the work.
• Prepare and deliver appropriate presentations
• Computer literate in Microsoft packages and required software packages for role.
• Holds an engineering degree in a relevant engineering discipline with sufficient post-qualification experience to be considered as possessing a good working knowledge of their respective discipline. Some experience should be in a relevant theatre of operation.
• Has an extensive level of industry experience relevant to stress engineering discipline to be considered as possessing a strong working knowledge of their respective discipline. A sufficient level of recognized experience in relevant theatre of operation