Senior Engineer- Project Control
- Safat, Kuwait
Posted In 29/1/2017
The Petrochemical project is for the production of polypropelene, Xylene, Benzene and Gasoline. The petrochemical project will be located adjacent to a 615 KBPD refinery (under EPC phase) and 3000 MMSCFD LNG terminal (also under EPC phase) as green field projects.
Front End Enginnering Design stage for the Petrochemical project will commence during early 2017 to prepare FEED packages and ITB documents for the project with the objective of defining the scope of work for the EPC contractor and selectionof the EPC contractors on competitive bidding basis in a trasperant evaluation & selection process.
FEED design of the Petrochemical project usage of Licensed technologies for majority of process units and open art design by FEED contractor for the balanced of facilities.
Selected candidate is responsible (along with other concerned discipline personnel like Process, Legal, Finance etc.,) for review of the schedule, Licensor evaluation & selection, Licensor agreements, project progress and cost control for FEED design stage; Cost estimates for the EPC phase, EPC ITBs, bid evaluation and recommendation finalization activities.
Subsequently, selected EPC contractors will undertake detail design, construction, precommissioning and assistance during commissioning & turn over the facilities after successful performance test runs of the facilities.
• Minimum 9 years overall experience in projects related to hydrocarbon processing industry,
• Minimum 5 years experience in project control functions of a major project.
• Budget preparation and submission for approvals, clarification.
• Project progress monitoring vis a vis the budget and plan.
• Review of Project Contract documents, including documents from Licensors and Consultants.
• Qualification Degree in Engineering
About The Company
The birth of Kuwait Petroleum Corporation (KPC) is rooted in a saga that is worthy of an epic drama. KPC is a child of the turbulent 1970s, when conflict scarred the Middle East.