1) Bachelors Degree in Mechanical Engineering or equivalent
2) 5 - 15 years experience in a similar position
(preferably in the refinery or petrochemical industry)
3) Good knowledge of process operations and plant equipment
4) Good knowledge of Oil Gas and Petrochemical international maintenance standards and best practices
5) Good knowledge of engineering practices, basic plant maintenance, economic principles, calculation methods and design details
6) Good understanding of Oil Gas and Petrochemical international safety, health and environmental policy and procedures and the consequences
Role:Support the execution of maintenance jobs according to plan, budget, safety, quality norms and performance standards. Initiate/ Conduct special studies for improving refinery and petrochemical facilities and/or operations and provide specialized Technical
Industry:IT-Hardware & Networking
Function:IT Software - Middleware
Deadline:05th Feb 2025
Petro Rabigh utilizes 400,000 barrels per day of crude oil and 1.2 million tons per year of ethane as primary feedstock to produce a variety of refined petroleum products and petrochemical products. The refinery transferred from Saudi Aramco to Petro Rabigh has mainly been producing 8 million tons of heavy oil, 5.3 million tons of light oil, 3 million tons of naphtha and 2.6 million tons of kerosene annually. This refinery was upgraded to include a high olefin fluid catalytic cracking unit (HOFCC) for converting heavy and light oils to gasoline and other distillates, which added new annual capacities of 2.8 million tons of gasoline and 900,000 tons of propylene, a feedstock for petrochemical products.
Petro Rabigh converts ethane gas with its world-scale ethane cracker to 1.3 million tons of ethylene per year. It then uses this ethylene to produce easy processing polyethylene (EPPE), linear low-density polyethylene (LLDPE), high-density polyethylene (HDPE) and mono ethylene glycol (MEG). In addition, homo polypropylene (PP), block PP, and propylene oxide (PO), a raw material for urethane, are produced from propylene made by the HOFCC.