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  • Employment Impacts of Oil and Gas Investment and Activities to 2022Between 2013 and 2022, the industry will sustain an average of 213,000 to 224,400 direct jobs each year in exploration and production, oil and gas services and pipeline operations. In addition, between 413,400 and 505,300 indirect jobs will be sustained each year in:  construction  manufacturing  transportation and warehousing  professional, scientific and technical services  waste management and remediation services  financial, insurance, real estate and rental and leasing Finally, an average of 267,700 to 306,400 jobs each year will also be supported or ‘induced’ in the broader economy, largely through a general increase in consumer spending by direct and indirect workers.**Simply put:for every direct job created within oil and gas industry operations, three jobs are created outside of the industry.
  • Nine “key job families”A job for everyone!Key job family = A series of related jobs distinguished by levels of knowledge, skills, abilities and other factors. e.g., field workers, operators, trades, technologists and technicians.Employment over the next decade may increase between nine and 20 per cent respectively, with employment levels reaching 213,500 to as much as 233,900 by 2022.
  • 80% office vs 20% on-site (plant, facility – can be remote, but not the same as service field work)Field WorkersDrilling, oilfield servicing and seismic contractors, as well as some pipeline companies, employ Field Workers. The jobs tend to be routine in nature and training is done on-the-job. These occupations provide a good entry point for the industry and assist in the operation of the rig equipment when drilling, completing or maintaining a well. This includes setting up, taking down and servicing the rig equipment, and general clean-up of the rig area, pipeline facilities and/or lease site. They may also assist with reclamation and routine construction work.Careers include:Drilling & Service Rig WorkPipeline TransportationWell ServicesSeismicOperatorsOperators are the largest job family within the upstream petroleum industry. Operator jobs typically involve the specialized operation of control systems and equipment related to plant and facilities, heavy equipment, rigs, wells and pipelines.Other common work functions for this job family usually include assembly and disassembly of equipment, operating, monitoring, assessing readings, troubleshooting and reacting to variable conditions.Operators are the largest job family within the upstream petroleum industry. Operator jobs typically involve the specialized operation of control systems and equipment related to plant and facilities, heavy equipment, rigs, wells and pipelines.Other common work functions for this job family usually include assembly and disassembly of equipment, operating, monitoring, assessing readings, troubleshooting and reacting to variable conditions.Careers include:Control Centre OperatorsDrilling Rig OperatorsField Production OperatorsHeavy Equipment OperatorsPlant & Facility OperatorsSeismic OperatorsWell Services Operators (Cementing to Production Phases)Well Services Operators (Production and Enhancement Phases)TradesTrades people play a big role in the upstream petroleum industry and are typically involved in the actual execution of the industry's day to day functions or work in maintenance roles where they are involved in all the work necessary to keep facilities and equipment in good repair and reliable working order.Tradespeople are actively involved in the design and fabrication of materials and equipment used in the industry. Operating companies and engineering consulting companies hire tradespeople for engineering, procurement and construction (EPC) projects that build the sophisticated facilities used in onshore, offshore, mining and heavy oil (in-situ) operations.Careers include:Crane OperatorsHeavy Duty Equipment Mechanics/TechniciansIndustrial ElectriciansIndustrial Instrument MechanicsInsulatorsMachinistsMillwrightsRig TechniciansSteamfitters & PipefittersWeldersTechniciansThis group of jobs includes a wide range of positions that provide petroleum-related technical support to technologists and professionals in a related discipline. Work involves the installation, operation, servicing, monitoring, troubleshooting and fixing of equipment used in the upstream petroleum industry.Careers include:Chemical TechniciansElectrical TechniciansGeological, Seismic & Mineral TechniciansMarine TechniciansOil and Gas Transportation ServicesWarehouse TechniciansWell Testing Services SupervisorsTechnologistsThis career option covers a wide variety of jobs related to petroleum technology. Jobs typically provide technical support to, and are supervised by, their professional engineer counterparts in a particular discipline. Unlike professional engineering work, technological work is highly specialized and not about broad theories and principles. Technologists design devices and equipment, decide which equipment to use on a project, determine how to use it and supervise its installation and use.Careers include:Chemical Engineering TechnologistsCivil & Structural Engineering TechnologistsElectrical Engineering TechnologistsEngineering Design & Drafting TechnologistsGeological, Geophysical & Seismic TechnologistsInstrumentation Engineering TechnologistsMechanical Engineering TechnologistsMining Engineering TechnologistsPetroleum Engineering TechnologistsPower Engineering TechnologistsSurveying & Geomatics Technologists
  • Industry associations:CAGC – Canadian Association of Geophysical Contractors;CAODC – Canadian Association of Oilwell Drilling Contractors; CAPP – Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers; CEPA – Canadian Energy Pipeline Associations; EPAC – Explorers and Producers Association of Canada; and PSAC – Petroleum Services Association of Canada.
  • Careers in Oil + Gas.com has plenty of information and resources about working in the Canadian oil and gas industry. If you are looking for employment, you can: •             Search for job postings in Canada’s oil and gas industry•             Sign up for a job seeker account to receive career alerts•             Click on the Employer ads featured on the left side of this website•             Check out our Featured Employers page where you'll find a listing of companies•             Like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter for the latest info •             Sign-up for our Careers in Oil + Gas e-Newsletter for news about the industry, job search tips, etc. •             Take our Career Quiz to learn about careers that fit your preferences•             Check out our Job Seeker Tools page and FAQ page for job search tips and resources•             Find out what the hiring trends are and in-demand jobs in the oil and gas industry
  • Have you ever wondered what it would be like to have a career in oil and gas? Day in the Life profiles are exactly that, profiles of real people that have a career in oil and gas. Get the whole story from the people in the field, as they tell you about their typical days on the job, what they love about their career and how they got started.
  • Don’t know where you fit in a career in oil and gas? Our occupational summaries are everything you need to know about work, education and career paths for specific occupations in oil and gas.
  • Enform is the health and safety association for Canada’s upstream oil and gas industry. The oil and gas industry created Enform as a not-for-profit organization dedicated to meeting industry’s safety needs.  Industry associations:CAGC – Canadian Association of Geophysical Contractors;CAODC – Canadian Association of Oilwell Drilling Contractors; CAPP – Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers; CEPA – Canadian Energy Pipeline Associations; EPAC – Explorers and Producers Association of Canada; and PSAC – Petroleum Services Association of Canada. Top 5 Courses (by Enrolment):  H2S Alive® is Enform’s premier one-day course aimed at workers in the petroleum industry who could be exposed to hydrogen sulphide (H2S), also known as ‘sour gas.’ The primary focus is to create constant awareness with industry approved safety procedures and techniques. The combination of theory briefings coupled with in-class equipment training produces a highly effective and results-orientated approach. Annually over 100,000 workers take H2S Alive® training.Petroleum Safety Training (PST) is specifically designed and tested to meet the demanding requirements of the oil and gas industry. The course is a multimedia program featuring video, audio and interactive lessons, designed to introduce workers to safety in the oil and gas industry. PST is the most popular computer-based course offered at Enform.General Oilfield Driver Improvement (GODI) is Enform’s suite of driving training courses designed to provide oilfield truck drivers with the knowledge to improve their on-road and off-road safe driving behaviors. Driving related incidents are the leading cause of injury and loss in the oil and gas industry. Wildlife Awareness is an online course that promotes safe co-existence with wildlife by providing field workers with basic knowledge for working in remote and wilderness habitats. Well Service Blowout Prevention is intended for service rig operators, service rig managers, wellsite supervisors, field foremen, production foremen and production engineers involved in well killing operations on the service rig.
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    • 1. March 27, 2014 Kelly Allen Advisor, Occupational Information & Tools Petroleum Human Resources Council (a division of ENFORM)
    • 2. Agenda • Introduction – About the Petroleum HR Council • Overview of Canada’s Oil and Gas Industry – How the Petroleum Industry Works – Current Oil & Gas Workforce – Career Options • Oil & Gas Services • Oil Sands • Pipelines • Professional Careers • Labour Market Outlooks: Key Findings and Analysis – Employment and Hiring Outlook • Resources
    • 3. About the Petroleum HR Council – a division of Enform The primary resource to address human resource issues in the petroleum industry. • Proactively seek solutions through collaborative partnerships • Anticipate the evolving needs of the industry • A catalyst for change Key priorities of the Council: • Labour Market Information (LMI) • Careers in Oil and Gas
    • 4. Petroleum HR Council – a division of Enform Effective April 1, 2013, the Petroleum HR Council became a division of Enform: Petroleum HR Council’s human resources services + Enform’s safety and training services = One integrated national entity serving Canada’s oil and gas industry About Enform: • The safety association for Canada’s upstream oil and gas industry • Represents all six sectors of the industry • The primary resource and advocate for improving the industry’s safety performance
    • 5. What is Petroleum? Natural Gas Oil When we’re talking about petroleum, we’re talking about natural gas and oil.
    • 6. Canada’s Oil & Gas Industry • 3rd largest natural gas producer • 6th largest crude oil producer (rank increasing with oil sands) • Employs about 550,000 people in Canada (directly and indirectly) • Energy is now Canada’s largest export sector (took over from automobile industry in 2003) • Industry payments to governments: $18 Billion • Over 6,000 products we use everyday are made from petroleum • Long history: first well in Canada was in 1858
    • 7. Oil & Gas in Canada Map: Canadian Centre for Energy Information Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin
    • 8. How does the Oil & Gas Industry Work? Upstream Midstream Downstream
    • 9. Upstream • Find it • Extract it
    • 10. Midstream Photo: Canaport LNG • Move it • Store it
    • 11. Downstream Making it useful for consumers • Refineries • Petrochemical companies • Natural gas distribution utilities • Then sell it! Photos: Suncor
    • 12. 2012 Oil + Gas Workforce
    • 13. Now Hiring: Oil + Gas Jobs in Canada In Situ
    • 14. Career Options
    • 15. What kind of careers are there? Oil & Gas Services
    • 16. A Closer Look at Pipelines Source: Canadian Energy Pipeline Association
    • 17. Did you know? Canada has more than 825,000 kilometres of pipeline. If laid end to end these could circle the earth 20 times!
    • 18. • Environmental Advisor • Energy Asset Management • Land Negotiation & Management • Petroleum Customer Relations • Regulatory Affairs • Construction What kind of careers are there? Pipelines Photos: Spectra Energy & CEPA
    • 19. Engineers • Chemical engineers • Environmental engineers • Mechanical engineers • Petroleum engineers • Pipeline engineers • Cost control engineers • …and more! Geoscience Professionals • Geochemists • Geologists • Geophysicists What kind of professional careers are there? Engineers & Geoscience
    • 20. Sustainability-related Occupations • Stakeholder relations • Public Relations & Communications • Human Resources • Environmental • Environmental Advisors • Land Negotiation & Management • Health & Safety • Inspectors in Public and Environmental Health & Safety Supply Chain Occupations • Logistics, Procurement & Contract Management What kind of professional careers are there? Business & Operations
    • 21. So How Do I Get a Job in Oil and Gas? Just like preparing for any real job hunt: • Understand the industry and the different sectors • Research oil and gas careers • Get your resume and cover letter ready • Practice your interviewing skills • Understand your transferrable skills • Research companies in advance • Find companies through oil and gas industry associations (member listing) or directories • Be willing to re-locate (do your research first!) • Network and talk to people that work in oil and gas • Follow industry and business news for significant energy projects
    • 22. Resources
    • 23. Careers in Oil + Gas – www.careersinoilandgas.com
    • 24. Job Board
    • 25. Day in the Life
    • 26. Occupational Information
    • 27. Social Media Initiatives Facebook.com/careersinoilandgas Twitter @careersinoilandg
    • 28. COG E-Newsletter
    • 29. Labour Market Reports
    • 30. Enform – www.enform.ca
    • 31. For more information Check out www.careersinoilandgas.com to sign up for our e-Newsletter Follow us @careersinoandg Like us www.facebook.com/careersinoilandgas www.slideshare.net/PetroHRCouncil

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