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NITRO PRO ENERGY SERVICES INC, Stolen Identity from an inactive and struck off Alberta Canada Company . Employment Scams .


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HEADQUARTERS


Nitro Pro Energy Services Inc.
4220 Worcester Dr Sw, T3C 3L4
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Phone: 1-403-879-7464
Fax: 1-403-686-2076
E-mail: [email protected]


HUMAN RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
Mr. Ibrahim Ali
Mr. Charles Miller
Mr. William Parker
Ms. Judith Brindley
Phone: 1-403-879-7464
Phone: +44 74 5265 2051
+44 7452652051
+447452652051

[email protected]



UNITED KINGDOM

11 Strand, London WC2N 5HR, United Kingdom.
Phone: +44 74 5265 2051
E-mail: [email protected]


VENEZUELA
Av Venezuela, Anaco 6003
Anzoátegui, Venezuela
[email protected]


LIBYA
Tripoli Libya
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Careers


Current Opportunities



Employment and Career Opportunities Nitro Pro Energy Services Inc. success is predicated on its ability to recruit and retain highly qualified and motivated people in all areas of the company.



Wellsite Geologist:
Evaluating offset data before the start of drilling. Analyzing, evaluating and describing formations while drilling, using cuttings, gas, formation evaluation measurement while drilling. Comparing data gathered during drilling with predictions made at the exploration stage. Advising on drilling hazards and drilling bit optimization. Advising operations personnel on-site and in the operations office. Acting, in effect, as the representative of the onshore oil company geology team. Supervising mudlogging, wireline services personnel and monitoring quality control in relation to these services. Keeping detailed records, writing reports, completing daily, weekly and post-well reporting logs and sending these to appropriate departments. Communicating regularly with onshore operations offices.

Floorhand :
The Floorhand is responsible for assisting in setting up and taking down of the drilling rig and equipment, handling, sorting and moving drill tools, pipe, cement and other materials in addition to maintaining a clean and organized work environment. He is also responsible for the manipulation of the sections of pipe or drill stem at the rig floor during drilling. It is the duty of the Floorhand to remove and replace the strings of pipe or drill stem and/or drill bit. The Floorhand may also need to drive a crew truck to transport materials and equipment.

Cost Controller:
Work to corporate and project(s) specific cost procedures and carry out all work in line with company HSE policies and procedures. Study and understand all relevant project documents relating to cost management. Work with key internal stakeholders and project personnel to ensure that effective cost control procedures are in place. Assist is setting up project(s) with Computerized Cost System upon agreed format. Assisting the project team in identifying and gaining approval of estimates and change requests. Reviewing cost commitment and expenditure information for all cost elements and ensuring that all information received is accurate and correctly inputted to the companies cost control system. Producing regular cost reports and advising management of any forecast cost overruns as soon as possible to allow corrective actions to be taken in a timely manner. Highlighting cost areas of concern and suggest areas of improvement immediate focus. Liaising with the finance department with regards to establishing monthly evaluation of work done, goods received and services rendered for invoice preparation and verification.

Driller:
This position requires the supervision of the crews that perform different tasks on the oil rig according to the regulations of the oil company, making sure that the work of the crew follows all company policies as well as enforcing rules regarding safety and PPE requirements. A Driller must constantly verify the equipment and record the data into a log. Most importantly, the Driller is responsible for the equipment and the safety of his crew members during all operations. Drillers are the front line supervisors at the rig site. They are responsible for ensuring that proper training, safe work practices, and safe operation of the drilling rig is being adhered to. Drillers operate and monitor the essential systems of the drilling rig including: hoisting, well control, mud and power systems found on the drilling rig. Safety is the first priority for all drilling rig personnel.

Motorhand:
A Motorhand provides manual labor as required to operate and maintain the rigs diesel and electric engines. The Motorhand orders tools and replacement parts for these engines and is responsible for testing the machinery for operability and safety and is required to clean and maintain engines at all times. They also operate and maintain the boiler systems. Motorhands are responsible for the training, supervising and assisting of other crew members as required.

Supply Chain Manager:
As an integral member of the Management team, the Supply Chain Manager is responsible for planning, directing, coordinating the activities of buyers and related workers involved in the procurement of materials and services. In addition, the Supply Chain Manager will be responsible for overseeing, facilitating and drafting contractual agreements with our suppliers and ensuring compliance to the contracts.

Derrickhand:
A Derrickhand handles the uppermost section of the drilling string as it is brought from or lowered into the wellbore or drill hole. A Derrickhand oversees some of the machinery on the rig and is responsible for the conditioning of the drilling fluid and the circulation machinery. The Derrickhand spends 25% of his time up in the rigs derrick and plays the lead roll in stacking and guiding pipe as it is tripped in and out or reconnected into the hole. A Derrickhand works with the mud systems, monitors weight and mixes weight properly while reporting any changes. The position requires mixing chemicals, monitoring pump manifolds and most importantly, good communication with the Engineer and the Driller.

Plant Operator:
Responsible for assisting in the operation of natural gas processing facility to ensure optimum plant performance, including monitoring operations of natural gas processing plant, product treating, and compression, making necessary adjustments, performing inspections and conducting preventive maintenance. Responsible for plant log entries of gauges, dials, pressures, temperatures, gas throughput, liquid production, fuel consumption and other shift activities. Assist Maintenance and I&E Techs with routine maintenance and major projects. Observe all safety regulations, operating, and maintenance procedures and Company policies. Complete all necessary monthly/daily/shift reports and computer work including environmental, safety, plant logs, near misses, down time and overall operation reports. Perform inspections and preventative maintenance on various types of plant equipment, such as engines, compressors, dehydrators, turbines, pumps, and other plant equipment; communicates findings to supervision or technicians. Ensure the safe and efficient operation of plant, equipment, and systems.

Leasehand:
A Leasehand is responsible for assisting with everyday operations of the drilling rig, including setting up and taking down, cleaning buildings and equipment on the lease. A leasehand may be required to load and unload trucks, dig ditches and assist other crew members as needed. In situations where a crew truck driver is not part of the crew make up, the Leasehand will act as the crew truck driver. The Leasehand is to report to the Driller or his supervising crew member at all times.

International Tax Manager:
Reporting to the Senior Group Tax Manager, the International Tax Manager is responsible for the tax advice and planning as well as compliance support and review for the onshore and Offshore operations of the Group across multiple jurisdictions and is responsible for providing advice and support on specific areas of tax, such as treasury.

Rig Manager:
The Rig Manager is responsible for every aspect of the rig operations, including set up, take down and moving, along with the safety of all crew members. The Rig Manager is responsible for daily paperwork and other matters of business pertaining to the Rig. The Rig Manager ensures that the rig operations comply with the environmental and government regulations as well as regulation the production and costs therein.

Shipper-Receiver:
The Shipper-receiver must be very organized, have good communication skills and work well under pressure. He/She must be able to coordinate and order supplies when needed. One must have a high attention to detail in order to point out parts and pieces needing repair. The Shipper-Receiver must have extensive knowledge of stock, tools, warehouse, materials and shipping methods used in the industry. This positions required tickets are forklift, crane, MSDS and TDG.

Rig Mechanic:
A Rig Mechanic must have extensive knowledge of the drilling rig equipment, parts and components. He/She must have experience with hydraulic motors and rig engines. One should be very mechanically inclined able to rebuild components of the rig. A Rig Mechanic should be able to work unsupervised and in the field if needed. They must have good communication skills both written and verbal. A qualified Rig Mechanic must have a Journeyman Ticket (HET-Heavy Equipment Technician).

Welder:
Welders operate manual or semi-automatic welding equipment to fuse metal segments using processes such as gas tungsten arc (GTAW), gas metal arc (GMAW), flux-cored arc (FCAW), shielded metal arc (SMAW), to weld ferrous and non-ferrous metals, to troubleshoot, repair, and manufacture oilfield equipment.

Electrician:
The electricians are responsible for building, installing, maintaining, testing, troubleshooting and repairing electrical motors, generators, alternators, hydraulic and pneumatic electrical control systems, and oilfield equipment.

Heavy Equipment Technician:
The technician is responsible for troubleshooting, repairing, rebuilding, maintaining and manufacturing oilfield equipment, and must diagnose faults or malfunctions using computerized and other testing equipment to determine extent of repair or maintenance of equipment.

Top Drive Technician:
The Top Drive Technician is responsible for building, installing, testing and troubleshooting Top Drive Drilling Systems, while having the ability to make critical decisions and analyze problems quickly and accurately.

Mechanical Engineering Technologist:
This position is responsible for providing support to the Technical Support Manager in the maintenance, monitoring and standardization of the Drawing File Library, and assisting in the creation of technical drawings, and performing related job duties to ensure drawings, part numbering and material lists are accurate and orderly.

Petroleum Engineer:
Selecting optimal tubing size and suitable equipment in the well for different functions. Designing the completion - the part of the well that communicates with the reservoir rock and fluids. Designing systems that help the well to flow, for example using submersible pumps. Managing problems of fluid behavior and production chemistry. Managing and controlling wells with branches at the bottom (horizontal and multilateral wells). Using well and reservoir remote sensing technology and surveillance data to manage the value of the reservoir and decide on appropriate engineering interventions. Understanding and managing how a set of wells interact. Managing contractor relationships in relation to health, safety and environmental performance. Supervising well-site operations personnel and managing staff at all levels, including the training and supervision of crew members, to ensure that everyone works as a team in order to meet deadlines. Liaising with separate departments to ensure correct progress with projects. Taking responsibility for the maintenance of equipment. Liaising with clients to keep them informed of progress.

Safety Manager:
To assist the client team for managing HSE requirements on site and ensuring that hazards and risks are identified and processes and procedures are followed to ensure that work is performed in a safe manner. Responsible for the ongoing development of a positive culture to effectively deliver excellence in HSE across the work packages in the field. To mentor and coach the employees. To provide advice and guidance on all matters pertaining to HSE. To develop and monitor the contract objectives, performance indicators and plans. To provide advice and guidance on all pertinent areas of HSE processes and systems, including the training, awareness, communication, application of continual improvement of policy and standards. To mentor and train national employees to ensure that they can assume senior HSE positions and work in compliance with the operational field standards, procedures and processes Primary contact for directly interfacing with Project/Section and (sub) Contractor organizations supporting safe project execution , mechanical completion and commissioning work. To review and evaluate Contractors and Sub-Contractor safety documents for accuracy and compliance with Field work manual. To ensure safety training for the company and subcontractor(s) personnel is carried out in accordance with requirements and individuals are competent to undertake their work scope. To assist with development and where relevant execution of training and awareness programs and test comprehension/maintain focus in the field. To ensure robust and fit-for-purpose HSE assurance activities with risk/ exposure based approach.

Accounting Manager:
The Accounting Manager is a member of the Divisional Financial team, and will have a strong understanding of accounting principles and be able to prepare and analyze financial information, reports and statements as well as ensure that proper accounting controls are in place and adhered to.

Environmental Manager:
Makes regular visits to the Project site to assess the right implementation of company environment policy. Reviews, prepares and supervises the company policies and procedures for Environment. Monitors environment activity including directing and managing accident investigation and programs of emergency preparedness, environmental compliance, environmental safety, waste disposal, laboratory and chemical safety etc. Manages contracting of Environment activity, evaluation, screening, recommending contractors and monitoring their work. Support Finance Division in negotiating insurance contracts and in pursuing claims. Develops and implements training programs to improve Environment activity at operation of projects. Includes raising environment awareness and improving response time in cases of emergency. Surveys works, methods and practices at plants and other areas to determine extent of compliance with environment policy and measures. Develops work standard operating procedures to minimize unnecessary exposure to unsafe working conditions. Trains personnel in new procedures and follows up to ensure proper implementation. Prepares monthly reports and statistics relating to accidents and injuries at plants and other industrial areas indicating trends and raises recommendations to local management for further action. Ensures compliance with applicable environmental and occupational health regulations, as well as industry practices in a professional and cost effective manner. Supervises the activities of personnel assigned to Environment Section. Carries out regular inspection tours of all facilities to identify hazardous and unsafe working conditions as well as ensure compliance with established programs. Studies recommendation from subordinates and or the field and institutes changes in the programs as required.

HR Administrator:
Reporting to the Director of Human Resources, the HR Administrator is responsible for coordinating and assisting with various administrative functions for the Human Resources team, in order to support larger team initiatives and deliverables.

Rig Move Coordinator:
The Rig Move Coordinator will plan, budget, track, coordinate and execute all aspects of our drilling rig and asset moves including the coordination or rig move crews. The successful candidate will work with drilling operations and other stakeholders with the primary focus to provide safe, efficient, timely and cost effective rig move support. Additionally, they will ensure the tracking of performance metrics for rig moves. Nitro Pro Energy Services Inc. demands the best from its employees and rewards them accordingly. A prospective Nitro Pro Energy Services Inc. employee would exemplify the following traits: – Committed to our clients’ needs and requirements – Flexible to change as a job description evolves – Committed to team work – Strives for excellence in job performance – Goal oriented recognizing that career advancement is based upon achievement of results – Recognizes the benefits of ongoing training to expand knowledge and skill sets. Become a part of our team! We want employees who share our commitment to excellence.

Send your CV with your biodata to our human resources for evaluation [email protected]





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#381032 by Terminator5 Sun Feb 03, 2019 6:33 pm
Nitro Pro Energy Services Inc.
4220 Worcester Dr Sw, T3C 3L4
Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Phone: 1-403-879-7464
Fax: 1-403-686-2076
E-mail: [email protected]



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NITRO PRO ENERGY SERVICES INC.
Registry ID: 2011209943
Registered Office Location: CALGARY, ALBERTA
Status: Inactive
Status Notes: Struck
Business Type: Alberta Business Corporation
Created: 2004-08-04
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