Kellogg Brown & Root (www.kbrjobs.com)
Senior Process Design Engineer
Roles & Responsibilities
Lead Process Engineering and design, Process configuration and optimization studies
Perform Process simulations, prepare Process/Utility Flow Diagrams, Heat and Material Balance, Utility Balance
Prepare Piping and Instrumentation diagrams
Prepare Process equipment datasheets, instrument datasheets
Perform relief and blowdown studies, relief load scenario analysis and flare network calculations
Perform Process calculations for equipment sizing and line hydraulics
Prepare Process design philosophies, operating guides
Bachelor Degree in Chemical Engineering with minimum 18 to 30 years of experience
Worked on Concept studies, FEED and detailed design projects
Should have good experience on Offshore Oil & Gas projects
Having led Process teams on Hydrocarbon projects
In-depth understanding of Process design, heat and material balance and P&IDs
Candidates with Lead Engineer experience will be preferred
Knowledge of international codes and standards, software and tools
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