Commercial/Shipping Supervisor Job at Eroton Exploration and Production Company Limited
Eroton Exploration and Production Company Limited – As an upstream oil and natural gas exploration and production company, Eroton E&P was incorporated to engage in the exploration and production of crude oil and natural gas. In February 2014 the Eroton consortium submitted a competitive bid for the 30% interest of Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Limited, 10% interest of Total E&P Nigeria Limited and 5% interest of Nigerian Agip Oil Company Limited’s (“The Assignors”) for a total of 45% interest in OML 18. The deal was concluded in October 2014.
We are recruiting to fill the position below: Job Title: Commercial/Shipping Supervisor
Location: Lagos Responsibilities
Ensure early application and approval of required documentation from DPR in line with internally agreed timelines
Ensure proper distribution of permit to Nigerian Customs, the relevant Crude Oil Terminal as well as DPR
Prepare vessel & crude oil nominations, follow-up clearances, and ensures all administrative work with partners, NNPC & ensure smooth lifting operations at the Terminal.
Prepare all documentation in respect of the Joint Venture partners, liaising with NNPC and Production Department.
Prepare certificates relating to the quality/quantity of all crude oil shipments and ensures that all paperwork associated with shipping activities is efficiently prepared and approved to enable all such activities to precede as planned.
Ensure that all Eroton lifting programmes at the Terminal are efficiently implemented and update the Status Report for circulation to all interested parties as agreed
Carry out all governmental procedures for ensuring openness in crude lifting operations.
Participate in the monthly curtailment pre-meeting activities & meeting attendance with NNPC
Ensure proper documentation with export tanker captain, DPR, Crude Oil Terminal etc.
Attend Quarterly Crude Oil Market Review meetings with COMD and other meetings.
Resolve issues regarding shipped Orders while ensuring compliance to legal regulations and company Policies.
Maintain quality, safety and environmant standards.
Negotiate, develop and manage all commercial agreements to optimise the Company’s commercial interests
Other tasks that may be assigned
University degree in relevant Shipping, Marine or Logistics discipline – minimum B.Sc. Hons. Second class upper or HND with relevant work experience
Minimum 15 years in similar job role preferably within the upstream Oil & Gas industry.