ANZSCO 233612 Petroleum Engineer
ANZSCO 233612 Petroleum Engineer
Petroleum engineers are responsible for designing and executing plans to extract petroleum and natural gas from the earth. This includes locating and extracting petroleum, developing strategies for extracting natural gas, and overseeing technical aspects of these processes. They also help prepare operations and estimate project costs and report on the progress of engineering projects. It is likely that registration or licensing is required in the related fields.
Level 1 or Equivalent
Skill Assessment Authority
EA (Engineers Australia) / AIM
Specializations of Petroleum Engineer:
- Mud Engineer
- Petrophysical Engineer
On the Occupation Lists
- 489 (S/T) Occupations List
- 482 TSS Visa Medium Term List
- 407 Training visa occupations List
- 482 TSS Visa Regional Occupation List
- 189 Skilled Independent and Family Sponsored 489 Occupations List and 485 Graduate Work Stream
- 190 State/Territory Sponsored
- 186 ENS Visa Occupations List
- 187 RSMS Visa Occupations List
- 491 – Skilled Work Regional (provisional) visa (subclass 491) Occupation List
- 494 – Skilled Employer-Sponsored Regional (provisional) (subclass 494) – Employer-sponsored stream
Not on the Occupation List of Petroleum Engineer:
- 482 TSS Visa Short-Term List
Visa Provision for Petroleum Engineers:
In Australia, petroleum engineering is considered a high-demand occupation, and therefore visas in the General Skilled Migration (GSM) Program may be applicable. These visas include Skilled Independent Subclass 189, Skilled Work Regional Subclass 491, and Skilled Nominated Subclass 190. Additionally, if you have a job offer, you may be able to apply for employer-sponsored visas.
Unit Group 2336: Mining Engineers.
Petroleum engineers come in Mining engineers Unit Group 2336 are responsible for designing and executing plans to extract minerals from the earth. This includes locating and extracting minerals, coordinating the engineering aspects of mineral exploration and extraction, and overseeing technical elements of these processes. They may also be involved in conducting preliminary surveys of mineral, petroleum, and natural gas deposits with other professionals such as prospectors, geologists, and geophysicists. It is likely that registration or licensing is required in the field.
Skill Level required for Petroleum Engineer
Positions in this unit group typically require a bachelor’s degree or higher level of education. In some cases, at least five years of relevant work experience or vendor certification may be accepted in lieu of a formal qualification. Some positions may also require on-the-job training in addition to a formal qualification. (This unit group is classified as ANZSCO Skill Level 1).
Occupations in this Group.
- 233611 Mining Engineer (excluding Petroleum)
- 233612 Petroleum Engineer
Exceptions for Unit Group 2336
- Australian Graduate exceptions apply in some states/territories
- Priority Skilled Lists may apply a specific requirement in some states
- Countries free from submitting IELTS or OET include the UK, Canada, New Zealand, the US, and Ireland. Where mandatory licensing or registration is required, you must demonstrate a level of English sufficient to meet licensing/registration or a minimum IELTS, or equivalent, whichever is higher.
Language proficiency required for Petroleum Engineer.
- IELTS result with a minimum score of 6 (L, R, W), 7 in speaking and 7 overall;
- OET result with a minimum grade of B in all sections;
- TOEFL iBT with a minimum score (L:12 R:13 W:21 S:23 overall L93);
- PTE Academic with a min score of 50 (L, R, W), 65 in speaking, and 65 overall.
Petroleum Engineers are responsible for the following tasks:
- Conduct initial assessments of mineral, petroleum, and natural gas deposits with a team of professionals including prospectors, geologists, geophysicists, and engineers to evaluate the resources available, the feasibility of extraction, and the design of the extraction process.
- Develop operational and project cost estimates and production plans, and track progress, productivity, and budget costs.
- Determine the most suitable methods for extracting ore, taking into account factors such as the depth of overburden and the physical and structural properties of deposits and surrounding stratum.
- Create plans for tunnels and chambers, locate and construct mine shafts, plan my development, and implement appropriate mining techniques, often using computer simulations.
- Evaluate the environmental, technological, economic, and security risks associated with the development, construction, and operation phases of the project.
- Evaluate the safety of extraction procedures, the sequence of extraction, and the stability of mine walls, assess the risk of slippage and provide recommendations for preventing slippage and rockfall.
- Plan and coordinate the use of labor and equipment to achieve efficient objectives, comply with regulations, ensure safety, and consider environmental factors.
- Conduct research and provide engineering guidance on petroleum and natural gas exploration, location, and extraction activities.
- Select a location for drilling.
- Decide on types of derricks and equipment, including seabed platforms.
- Develop technologies to control the flow of gas through wells.
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