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Summer Intern - Wells

Summer Intern - Wells

  • Location United Kingdom - Scotland - Aberdeen/Dyce
  • Travel required
  • Job category Wells Group
  • Relocation available
  • Job type Graduates
  • Job code 141662BR
  • Experience level
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Job summary

As a bp Wells Summer Intern you’ll have a great opportunity to find out more about how Wells are built and run by bp to deliver the energy the world needs. You’ll gain exposure to the differing types of wells critical for the delivery of bp’s strategic ambitions, including hydrocarbon producers, water injectors & carbon capture wells

During your internship you’ll be a member of one of our onshore teams in one of the Drilling, Completions, Intervention or Integrity sub-disciplines, which look after how our Wells are designed, constructed, maintained and operated. As part of that team you’ll be expected to use your initiative, problem solving, collaborative and organisational skills under the guidance of an experienced engineer, to deliver the solution to a challenging project that addresses one of the issues that your team faces

You’ll get continuous feedback and guidance on how to plan and deliver your project, along with advice on what to look for and who to talk to. You’ll also be encouraged, individually and together with your Intern peer group, to find out as much as possible about other teams, disciplines and operations to broaden your understanding of the bp business

Roles and responsibilities ​
The precise nature of your role and project will be determined by your skills as well as the needs of the business but your responsibilities include:

  • A specific project which could range from casing design for a wellbore, a risk assessment, a cost-benefit analysis, optimisation of a well configuration, evaluating a new technology, working with a supplier to plan and deliver offshore work, dynamic modelling of carbon injection for our CCUS projects, among others

  • Contributing ideas to and performing activities as part of the teams on-going work, shadowing and learning from the engineers already in the team

  • Building relationships across the various Wells teams, Offshore teams constructing the Wells and other disciplines such as Subsurface, Finance, Supply-Chain

  • Organising visits to vendors and suppliers to see and feel the equipment used in well operations and construction

  • Showcasing your project to the rest of the business

  • Joining in with and/or helping organise various extra-curricular groups. These include our Intern and Graduate Social Groups, Lunch & Learns, and a variety of Diversity & Inclusion groups

Requirements ​
To apply for this role, you’ll need a Bachelor’s degree, or equivalent, any engineering degree, Chemistry, Data/Computational science, construction, Geosciences, environmental science, materials science/corrosion, maths, physics or petrophysics

To apply for this role, you will need to be in your penultimate year of study, or in your final year but continuing your education with a master’s degree in the next academic year​

Other information ​
Remember, you can only apply for ONE opportunity. If you are not sure that this is the opportunity for you, please return to our Candidate Matcher to review your other matches​

Within the education section please list all information for any degrees that you have studied or are currently studying​

If you need to make any adjustments to any stage of the recruitment process, for example due to an illness, injury or a disability, please contact us on 0800 279 2088 or email enquiry@bpgraduates.co.uk. If you are calling from overseas, please dial +44 1635 584149​

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