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premier oil and gas
Premier Oil plc 23 Lower Belgrave Street
Posted: February 25 2016
Application Deadline: Available Year-round
Position: 50 Full-time, Paid
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DescriptionPremier's story dates back to 1934 where the company was founded as the Caribbean Oil Company, to pursue oil and gas exploration and production activities in Trinidad.
After eighty years, we continue to focus on creating value through successful exploration, development and production
Premier's core values complement and support our strategy. These values are at the heart of all our day to day activities as well as being reflected in our policies and procedures.
At the centre of these values is creativity, the heart of our business. The foundations of the company rest on professionalism and respect, and our spirit comes from our tenacity and dynamism.
An international oil and gas exploration and production company
The company’s strategy is to grow shareholder value through investment in high quality oil and gas projects within a disciplined financial framework. We seek to maintain the highest standards of corporate responsibility.
Well-established international operator
International oil and gas exploration and production company
Experienced management team with deep industry knowledge
Production spread across five regions, diversifying risk
Reserves and resources of around 800 mmboe as at 31 December 2014
Well financed, strongly profitable and rapidly growing cash flows
Cash and undrawn facilities of around US$1.9 billion with extended debt maturities
Operating cash flow of $924 million in 2014
Conservative hedging policy protects cashflow
Low cost base and commitments
Medium term production growth and improving portfolio mix is expected to support significant further cash flow growth
Focus on growing the underlying value of the business
Seek to maximise value from our production base which is focused around floating production systems and our Asia gas position
Cash flows are either reinvested in high return opportunities or distributed to shareholders
Competitive advantages in key producing areas, for example
UK – Around $2.8 bn of brought forward tax losses and capital allowances
Indonesia - very long term (2029) gas contract delivering volumes into Singapore with highly favourable price
Vietnam – oil sold at premium to Brent
Develop high quality projects where we are best positioned to add value and can realise superior returns; track record of robust returns on investment
Future exploration focused on known geologies (rifts and frontal fold belts) in emerging plays with potential for material upside.
The Board is committed to the highest standards of stewardship and governance and aims to create a culture which demands the same commitment and performance in all our business activities.
Good governance provides a framework that allows the right decisions to be taken by the right people at the right time. The information provided in the Corporate Governance Report, available in the yearly
Most of the day will be given for orientation, basic EH&S training, and administrative matters. We will plan to have your intern meet you sometime in the afternoon,with relocation fee ,Housing ,feeding ,accommodation ,All these will
be addressed and put in operation .
Note: mentors whose interns are starting late for academic reasons will receive separate notice.
During the first and second weeks, interns will need to complete a number of administrative and programmatic tasks; some of which you will need to help with or sign:
Internship Work Plan
Mentors and interns are asked to meet and work out general assignments, expectations, and deliverables, then sign and return the Internship Work Plan. Internship Work Plans are to be turned into Workforce Development & Education at the Brown Bag meeting. Required from all interns.
Mentors need to sign and interns need to submit the EHS MOU to Workforce Development & Education at the Brown Bag meeting. Required from all interns.
This is a 2-3 page paper where the student briefly describes the nature of the work the research group is doing, the significance of the work, and the student's role in the research. Required from all interns.
Additional Internship Information
Assignments & Deliverables: Mentors are expected to supervise their interns work on all assignments and deliverables. Final deliverables require signed approval from mentor prior to submitting to Workforce Development & Education. A list of assignments and deliverables are available online by program on the Workforce Development & Education website; please check it often as updates may occur throughout the program. BLUR CCI VFP SULI
Calendar: A program calendar is available on the Workforce Development & Education website; please check it often as updates may occur throughout the program. BLUR CCI VFP SULI
Evaluations: In an effort to improve and strengthen Workforce Development & Education internship programs, we greatly appreciate feedback about the experience of participating in our programs. Interns are required to complete an evaluation survey of the Workforce Development & Education Program as well as of their mentor. Mentors are required to complete an evaluation of the Workforce Development & Education Program. These evaluations are emailed to mentors and interns and are necessary for reporting to the Department of Energy as well as other funding sources.
Final Week and Checkout: The final week culminates with all interns presenting a research poster at a poster session open to all Lab employees and guests. Final assignments and deliverables are to be approved by mentor. Intern submits to Workforce Development & Education and uploads to Edulink at checkout. Mentors are to complete the Mentor Checkout Form for intern to submit to Workforce Development & Education at checkout. BLUR CCI VFP SU
RequirementsThe above interns must be a final year student or 300 level student ,we also take other qualification .
SkillsRequired - English language skills
Preferred - English Language Learners