The Oil & Gas sector provides the world's 7 plus billion people with 60% of their daily energy needs. It represents the global consumer on a huge massive scale. Our team of specialist Oil and Gas recruitment consultants work across all areas of the sector, from exploration and production to refining of hydrocarbons, across all executive and senior managerial, professional and technical functions, ranging from Board Directors to Senior Engineering and Business Support Professionals. We add maximum value to clients’ operations in the provision of high quality candidates. Our team has a successful track record of delivering strategic recruitment solutions and Executive Search to major Oil and Gas companies.
Afflatus Inc works alongside oil and gas companies, at all levels of the organization, to evaluate the risks and opportunities inherent in the industry and to implement solutions that produce enduring results for our clients.
One of the keys to success in the industry is identifying ongoing energy demand and source trends. In our view, companies will be better positioned to compete in the new industry landscape if they consider the following three key trends:
The shift to new frontiers demands innovation and human capital investment. Increased consumption and declining reserves, regulation changes, economic power and resource allocation shifts, new geological challenges, regional political instability and environmental concerns have pushed companies to explore geographical frontiers and focus long-term technology development on fossil-fuel alternatives, including nuclear, battery, and wind and water power. Oil and gas companies’ main focus should be attracting innovative leadership and talent. The companies that emerge as leaders will be those that recruit, develop and direct qualified scientists and engineers to achieve the technological developments needed to be competitive in the evolving landscape.
Governments that embrace market solutions will ensure that their nations are more competitive. Over time, we can expect winners and losers, with varying effects on the pace of countries' development. It’s likely that each potential energy source will be necessary at some stage. Governments that stay open to all energy supply sources put those sources in a better position to develop. They must also monitor scientifically and economically justified environmental developments, maintain stable commercial and fiscal environments in the energy sector, and prioritize the education of young people in the required disciplines.
Finding and producing petroleum matters, but leaders must realize maximum value of existing reserves. The petroleum industry will face competition from alternative–and potentially subsidized–energy sources. The task is not just to find and produce petroleum more effectively. As alternatives develop, the industry must ensure that every petroleum molecule adds the maximum economic value.
• HOD- Instrumentation
• HOD- Electrical
• HOD- Mechanical
• Engineering Manager
• HOD- Civil & Structural
• Engineering Head
• Yard Operations Head
• Corporate QA/QC Head
• Operations Head- Oil & Gas Engineering
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