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  • 2017 - 2018 Repsol E&P Academy - Engineering

    Job Locations US-TX-The Woodlands
    Posted Date 1 month ago(3/21/2018 9:39 PM)
    ID
    2018-1533
    # of Openings
    1
    Category
    Repsol E&P Academy
  • Overview

    Repsol is one of the top companies in the oil and gas industry. We are present across the entire value chain: exploration and production, transformation, development, and marketing of energy that is efficient, sustainable, and competitive for millions of people. 

     

    Our corporate headquarters are located in Madrid, Spain. We operate in over 37 countries, distributing and selling our products across 90 countries with a diverse and multidisciplinary team comprising over 24,000 people of 84 nationalities worldwide.

     

    In the U.S., Repsol has exploration and production assets in the Gulf of Mexico, the Marcellus shale in Pennsylvania, the Eagle Ford shale in South Texas, the Midcontinent in Oklahoma and Kansas, the North Slope in Alaska and the Trenton-Black River in New York. 

     

    The Repsol E&P Academy was conceived to promote the training of new professionals who have recently graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in a discipline related to the exploration and production of petroleum and gas.

     

    This program is held in the Centro Superior de Formación Repsol (“CSFR”) in Móstoles, near Madrid, Spain and lasts for 11 months. The program commences in September and concludes in July. It includes a specialization block taught in collaboration with an accredited university. The class consists of students who are recruited from top universities worldwide.

     

    The staff of instructors is made up of teaching professionals from international universities and highly qualified professionals from the industry currently working for Repsol.

    Responsibilities

    The program consists of four blocks:

     

    Basic Overview Block:

    This block provides a basic level of knowledge of all aspects of an exploration and production project. The project is divided in modules to illustrate basic theoretical concepts of the exploration & production aspect of the oil & gas industry. Real case studies are used to develop each module and students are evaluated at the end of each module.

     

    Specialization Block:

    During this block, students select what specialization they would like to continue their studies. Students enter post-graduate courses taught at an accredited institution. Geoscientist students have the option to select an exploration geology or geophysics path and engineering students have the option to select drilling, reservoir or petrophysics path.

     

    Field Training Block:

    Field schools provide the opportunity to students to visualize an active asset. The students will apply the concepts and technologies learned during the Basic Overview Block and Specialization Block, while seeing industry professionals at work. There is one field school per discipline (i.e., geosciences and engineering) and each lasts one week.

     

    Team Project Block:

    This block is the core of the program. Students apply concepts learned throughout the program and work the life-cycle of a Repsol asset. Each student will be responsible for gathering and processing information to meet the objectives while working on a multicultural, multidisciplinary team and adhering to a rigorous schedule. Students will have access to a database related to a real Repsol reservoir, use technologically advanced tools and have the support of mentors to successfully complete the project.

     

    Qualifications

    Minimum requirements:

    The legal authorization to work in the US for any US employer.

    The minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in an engineering discipline.

    The minimum of a 3.0 overall grade point average.

    The willingness and ability to temporarily relocate to Spain.

     

     

     

     

    Repsol is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Veteran

     

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