Chevron production engineers handle the daily management of oil and gas production operations and help to maximize profitability by increasing revenue and lowering operating expenses.

Who We Hire
What You'll Do
Where You'll Work

Who We Hire

Candidates should have a bachelor's or master's degree in petroleum, chemical or mechanical engineering, or an equivalent degree in another engineering discipline with previous oil industry experience.

What You'll Do

Chevron production engineer responsibilities include:

  • Production monitoring and evaluation
  • Asset management planning
  • Workover design and execution
  • Production equipment design
  • Cost estimating and budgeting
  • Interfacing with working interest partners, service companies and regulatory agencies

Where You'll Work

Chevron production engineers typically begin their career at one of the following U.S. locations:

  • Anchorage, Alaska
  • Bakersfield, California
  • Houston or Midland, Texas
  • New Orleans or Lafayette, Louisiana
  • San Ramon, California

International locations may include Perth, Australia and Aberdeen, Scotland.

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