- Company Name:
- WTS Energy
Qualifications / Experience
The Wellsite Completion supervisor
should have a BSc engineering degree, with at least 10 years of completion supervision experience, preferably in multidiscipline operations in upper completion, sandface completion, stimulation and workover experience.job
The Wellsite Completion Supervisor has overall completion equipment QA/QC and installation responsibilities (including upper completion, and sandface completion). Provides QHSE and operations leadership in the execution of completion program.
II. RelationshipReports directly to the Well Supervisor on the rig; reports to Well Superintendent and Senior Completion Engineer on equipment QA/QC and inspection in segment base.May have Wellsite Engineers and Well Operation Specialists reporting to him/her and acts as a mentor at the wellsite.Interacts with client wellsite representative, client Geologist and Reservoir Engineer, Drilling Contractor Supervisors, Service Company Engineers, and Material Coordinator.
Responsible for completion equipment QA/QC.
Conducts completion equipment inspection, make-up and testing prior to shipping equipment offshore.
Leader of the wellsite completion operation with overall responsibility for conducting well completion operations in a safe and efficient manner.
Ensures compliance with Company Policies and standards.
Participates in safety meetings.
Leads service company completion pre-job safety meetings to ensure good communication.
Identifies high risk situations, document them, and adopts risk mitigation using tools such as HARC, JSA
Implements the application of the Permit-To-Work System at the rig site
Assures the issuing and dissemination among the rigsite personnel of all Emergency Response Plans to handle unscheduled events
should they occur
Participates in completion related HSE and SQ event investigations and reporting as required.
PLANNING AND OPERATIONS
Coordinates well completion operations with Drilling Contractor, Company Segments and Third Parties to ensure compliance with work programs, standards, project procedures and contract requirements.
Participates in CWOP (Complete Well on Paper), DWOP (Drilling Well On Paper) and DTL (Drilling The Limit) workshops and meetings
Prepares 24-hour look ahead document with Wellsite Supervisors.
Attends Daily planning meeting with Wellsite Supervisors and the Rig Supervisors.
Help Wellsite Supervisor in issuing Written Instructions to Drillers for each tour based on well program highlighting potential risks such as perforation operation, losses and kicks after perforation.
Prepares detailed procedures for specific well completion operations (running sand control, upper completion,etc.).
Witnesses and ensures all depth correlations are correct.
Attends the rig floor to supervisecritical activities such as (but not limited to) landing, packer setting, tubing testing and pumping, etc
Verifies adherence to instructions and procedures.
Organizes completion pre-job meeting (Operations and safety).
Maintains “7 day planner” to anticipate resource requirements to meet well demands and provide optimum efficiency of services
including contingency plans.
Prepares Standard Equipment Lists (if applicable) in a timely manner for each phase of the well.
Ensures Material Requests are issued in a timely manner to avoid disruption of operation.
Responsible for checking equipment on site to ensure readiness (QA/QC)
Manages proper inventory of completion equipment and materials.
Updates log book. Ensures adequate handover to his relief.
Prepares/approves accurate Daily Completion Report with input from rig contractor and service company personnel in a timely manner
Prepares/approves daily completion cost estimate
Discusses Company morning report with Wellsite Supervisors and Rig Supervisors.
Discusses Material Requests with Material Coordinator daily
Documents within 24 hours any failure or incident report (in QUEST where access possible)
Discusses program changes with project team being proactive in improvement suggestions
Initiates the Management of Change (MOC) process when required and communicates the issue to the Drilling Superintendent and /or Senior Completion Engineer.
Ensures implementation and proper use of knowledge management tools and systems i.e. InTouch,
TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT
Mentors junior staff at the wellsite
Other drills e.g. emergency response as required
Forward Looking Problem Solving
Energy Level and Stress Management