Where should I go to get my first offshore jobs on offshore oil rigs?


I am going at general subjects in high school. What school should I apply to get in future offshore job?

Answer: Most people who working offshore on oil rigs are certified professionals. I case you have chosen general while looking to work offshore on oil rigs must take preparatory course, if you do not have math and physics. You can then choose, for example petroleum engineering at NTNU, University of Stavanger or Bergen. Most educational institutions have lectures in English.

I have high education and have applied for several positions. Why have I not been invited for an interview? I have bachelor's degree in Chemistry and two masts. degrees in Chemistry (Azerbaijan) and Reservoir \ Physical Chemistry (tert. In Bergen). It is three years that I have applied for several jobs but was never called to interview. Through degree program Reservoir Chemistry I had taken the following topics: Fundamentals of Reservoir Physics, Reservoir Technology I, Reservoir Techn. II, Real Time Reservoir and Production Management, Experimental Techniques in Physical Chemistry, Surface and Colloid Chemistry.

Answer: You have an exciting and relevant education that makes possible to get high paid oil job fast. And it is a bit difficult for us to consider why you have not gotten a job without having seen your application. A general and good advice when applying for jobs is to make sure to get all information and, not least, make sure that all attachments are included.

Should I get masters degree or it will be enough a bachelor's degree to get offshore oil job in companies like. Equinor?

Answer: Many of the companies Graduate Programs require master's degree, but there are many workers on offshore oil rigs who does not have this degree. Everything depends on what kind of background and offshore\onshore work experience you have.

There are many petroleum engineers are working on the offshore oil platforms - some of them in fixed rotation, others in projects that are being carried offshore. Daily life of petroleum engineer on oil rig is very varied and never the same. Many jobs practical, others theoretical. Everything depends on what kind of interest you have and what kind of job you are applying to on offshore oil rig.

Petroleum engineers who have a trade certificate are very demanded, especially for jobs offshore and onshore. Work experience is important and I would encourage you to apply for relevant jobs, so you get a broad overview of the industry you'd like to enter in.

How much, how often can one use English?

Answer: Many oil companies that hire are international and where there are several nationalities employed. This means that many oil companies use English to communicate. Many studies at universities and colleges teaching and / or curriculum in English, so the language studies will make a natural transition.

Will industrial and information management provide me a good job offshore?

Answer: Industrial and Information Management is a field of study that offers excellent job opportunities bot offshore and onshore. When selecting such a combination of economy and technology, please feel an interest in both, and this affects the the specific job you eventually end up doing. In terms of grades, it is important to be clear about how the system is built. Grade A represents a very good performance. A sectional view of a student out of the ordinary , and is a feat very few can point to . B and C are more realistic results. Equinor (Statoil) often require a B average in their tendering texts , but ultimately it is the overall impression of you as a person decides. A staff member is so much more than just a diploma from the university.

Considering grades, it is important to be clear about how the system is structured. Grade A represents a very good performance. A sectional view of a student out of the ordinary, and is a feat very few can point to. B and C are more realistic results. Equinor often require a B average in their tendering texts, but ultimately it is the overall impression of you as a person decides. A staff member is so much more than just a diploma from the university.


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