Oil Professional Duties
Oil professionals are those engaged in mining and extracting oils from the ground, sea and mines. It is a highly sensitive job requiring knowledge, judgment, experience and tactful skills to maneuver so many hazards which might erupt unexpectedly without the knowledge of experts working in the sites. Lot of risks are involved but technological advancement have unearthed techniques to overcome those risks with quite a number of highly qualified and experienced engineers are embarking on this career. The nature of job of various people working in the site varies with people of different expertise but mostly is technical in nature.
Job Duties of Oil Professionals
- Cut down and remove trees and bushes to clear drill sites for reducing fire hazards as well as to pave way for roads to sites.
- Gather and/or repair oil field equipment manually besides using power tools.
- Perform other tasks as needed like unscrewing or tightening the pipes, manually besides using power wrenches and tongs for casing, tubing and pump different types of rods;
- Walk through the flow lines for locating leaks by visual inspections besides using electronic detectors.
- Drive winches to load or unload pipes and other materials
- Take apart and repair the oil field equipment, boilers and steam engine parts using hand and power tools.
- Maintain cleanliness in pipe deck and main deck areas.
- Excavate drainage trenches surrounding the wells besides storage tanks.
- Screw or nail together the steel framework to erect derricks.
- Acquire working of machines and tools, their designs, uses, utilities to enable carry out repairs and maintenance.
- Know relevant equipment, policies, procedures, and strategies to effectively comply with local, state or national security operations for the protection of people, data, property, and institutions.