• Having high attention to details.
• Being able to clearly explain complex processes.
• Being self motivated and proactive.
• Having teamwork skills.
• Having IT skills.
• Being able to solve complex problems.
• Having good business skills.
• Being able to work with a team.
• Being creative and flexible.
• Having technical capabilities.
People who want to work in Oil and Gas production area require upper second class honours degree in a relevant subject as a minimum. Suitable degrees for this industry are geophysics, physics, math, electrical engineering, petroleum engineering, geochemistry, structural engineering, computer science, among other courses. These courses generally require three A levels/five H grades and five GCSE´s/S grades (A-C/1-3) including English, Math, and a science subject.
Engineers can obtain a chartered engineer status by achieving a successful professional review with an interview, completing a period of initial professional development, having an accredited MEng degree, and gaining a corporate membership of a professional body such as the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining.