I started my career working in Maintenance engineering within the Petrochemical industry before joining BP’s Upstream Operations and Maintenance organization in 1992. I spent 21 years with BP Operations and was fortunate to experience working on a number of major capital projects and Operational sites. This included work assignments in Angola and USA as well as UK North Sea and onshore. I recently spent 4 years with Petrofac working on operational Gas developments in Western Australia and Oman.
In the short time I have worked with Energean I have been impressed by the passion and commitment of the staff and leadership to build a Leading E & P operating company for the future.
My personal aim is to bring all of the experiences I have gained around the world and use it to develop a safe and compliant Energean operating business in Israel.
“I have been working in the Oil & Gas industry since 2000. I graduated from the Geological Department of Patras University in Greece before entering the petroleum sector as a Production Geologist and later moving to Energean as Senior Geologist. As a member of the company’s Geological & Geophysical (G&G) team, I am involved in projects exploring and evaluating new prospective areas in Greece and abroad. I am also in charge of all new wells at Prinos, from a geological perspective, including planning, operations and evaluation.”
I bring many years’ experience working as a Technical Safety Engineer/HSE Manager on Major Global Oil & Gas Projects for Multinational Oil Companies, which is just what’s needed in an expanding Oil & Gas Company like Energean.
The Karish and Tanin Development Project is ambitious in many ways and will need a pragmatic and robust approach to the consideration of safety and environmental aspects within the design and operation of the facilities.
One of the major challenges is to develop an Health Safety and Environmental Management System, which provides an exciting opportunity to develop an integrated and systematic HSE governance system that is applicable to working in deep-water offshore Israel.
“Since joining the company in 2015, I have been responsible for leading all activities related to contractual, commercial and legal issues for supply chain contracts across the Energean Group. Prior to joining Energean, I have worked on projects in Uganda, Kenya and Ghana for Tullow Oil, advising on supply chain and commercial issues on contracts with vendors and partners. As a supply chain and contract management professional with more than 10 years of international experience, Energean gives me the opportunity to apply my skills and knowledge working for one of the most exciting independent E&P companies in the industry. ”
“Originally from Venezuela, where I trained as a Chemical Engineer and served as a Chemical Production Engineer at the country’s National Oil Company, PDVSA. I have been working with the company since 2008. My role is focused on production optimization, flow assurance, well interventions and maintaining the production surveillance allocation database. I am the only woman in Energean’s technical team and am lucky to work in an environment where my ideas are heard and implemented and where I am respected by my colleagues.”
“Following a successful banking career, I moved to the company as Financial Manager in 2008, before moving to Head of Treasury in 2011. This is a key role for the supervision of the liquidity and risk management of the Group. As part of these roles, I had the opportunity to work with highly motivated professionals who gave me a deeper insight into the sector, making Energean a truly fascinating place to be. It is an honor and privilege to be part of Energean family, and to be inspired by the Board’s determination for growth and success.”
“I joined the company in 2014 and am responsible for the accommodation and catering on board the Energean Force, the company’s multi-purpose offshore vessel. Having a background in hotel and restaurant operations in Greece and the UK, my job is to make the Energean Force’s crew as happy and as comfortable as possible.”
“I joined the company in 2013, after obtaining an MSc in Petroleum Engineering from the Technical University of Kavala. I have been involved in many aspects of the company’s operational development, from dry dock maintenance of Energean vessels through to drilling wells at Prinos. I will also participate in the company’s future exploitation projects across Greece’s many available reservoirs.”
"I joined Energean Oil & Gas in 2010, but my acquaintance with Prinos basin goes back to 1995, when I worked as a reservoir engineer for North Aegean Petroleum Company, following my postgraduate studies. And as the saying goes, your first love stays with you for the rest of your life.
Today, working for Energean is very fulfilling and challenging. I cover a wide range of projects (sandstone and carbonate reservoirs, oil and gas fields, water injection and active aquifers, shallow and deep water drilling) and work with highly skilled professionals across all departments. My area of expertise stretches from prospect evaluation to due diligence, volumetrics, reservoir simulation (black oil & EOR), well and fluid modelling, field performance and profile generation.”
As a Surveying Engineer M.Sc. & a Marine-Sea Science M.Sc. National Technical University of Athens graduate, I joined Energean in 2015, after 15 years in freelance engineering industry.
From the Energean Force rig up drafting and Epsilon field geophysical survey, to Prinos complex modifications, new Lamda platform design and Israel development support, it is a great privilege working in such a challenging and evolving environment, being already thankful for the experience gained so far, working both onshore and offshore with hi-level professionals.
Since it is the only Greek upstream company, expanding also dynamically abroad, Energean Oil & Gas is a lifetime opportunity to work in standards much higher than the average ones.
Aside from the job scope itself, one factor that significantly influences how employees feel about work is the environment. By work environment, I mean everything that forms part of employee involvement with the work itself, such as the relationship with co-workers and supervisors, company culture, room for personal development, etc.
In Energean there is a transparent and open form of communication that addresses my need to feel that what I have to say has value, and thIs makes me feel that I belong in the company. Work then becomes meaningful because I know that what I contribute affects influences the company that I am affiliated with.
Through staff meetings I know what we’re working for other than our paychecks. This promotes trust in day-to-day interactions among co-workers, as well as between subordinates and supervisors. Such mentality is healthy for the company because I am willing to go the extra mile without worrying about not getting anything in return
I joined Energean in 2014 as a Group Tax Controller and since then every single day is a new challenge for me. Working closely with the finance teams in Athens, London and Tel Aviv our mission is to ensure that the tax strategy of the Group is implemented successfully through established and transparent procedures.
Personally, participating in substantial multi-jurisdictional projects while collaborating with people from culturally diverse backgrounds offers me both professional and personal development. Considering myself ambitious and positive thinker, I am pretty confident that working for Energean will keep me motivated and mentally stimulated for many years to come
Energean offers a highly professional and positive working environment encouraging career opportunities for professionals whose desire for development never goes away.