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21 days ago

Engineer Advisor Completions.

Noble Energy, Inc. Houston, TX

* Coordinates and supervises complex engineering studies * Reviews and approves well plans for drilling, completion, workover, and well… Noble Energy, Inc.


4 hrs ago

Barge Supervisor – new

Noble Energy, Inc. Houston, TX

* Ensures vessel stability and that all assets of the marine department are functional and ready for immediate use. * Ensures compliance to the… Noble Energy, Inc.


28 days ago

Deep Water Production Engineer III

Noble Energy, Inc. Houston, TX

Conducts analysis, optimization, production maintenance and improvements on wells, platforms, and fields. Provides engineering support to other Noble… Noble Energy, Inc.


7 days ago

International Government Relations Manager

Noble Energy, Inc. Houston, TX

* Analyzes developments occurring in the US, host country, IGOs and other national governments as relevant, that affect Company operations… Noble Energy, Inc.


1 day ago

Subsea International Operator II – new

Noble Energy, Inc. Houston, TX

* Operates and troubleshoots offshore production facility equipment and wells according to applicable safety regulations * Monitors, maintains and… Noble Energy, Inc.


20 days ago

Sr. Operations Landman Advisor

Noble Energy, Inc. Houston, TX

* Acts as a technical expert within the organization and is a top individual contributor who possesses expert knowledge in area of… Noble Energy, Inc.


8 days ago

Project Advisor Operational Readiness

Noble Energy, Inc. Houston, TX

* Participates in the review of all subsea and facility project documentation (from design through construction and testing to handover) to ensure… Noble Energy, Inc.


20 days ago

Petrophysicist III

Noble Energy, Inc. Houston, TX

, and rock properties for seismic models. Ability to integrate petrophysical work with geophysics, geology… Noble Energy, Inc.


17 days ago

Sr. Financial Analyst

Noble Energy, Inc. Houston, TX

* Manages the identification and reporting of key performance indicators and other ad hoc financial analysis * Leads special projects through… Noble Energy, Inc.


18 days ago

Vice President International Gas Marketing (Eastern Mediterranean)

Noble Energy, Inc. Houston, TX

Directs the Companys Gas Marketing within the Eastern Mediterranean Region. This individual will have demonstrated achievement with global contract… Noble Energy, Inc.


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    Was a great company, going downhill from here

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    Former Employee - Senior Geologist  in  Houston, TX
    Former Employee - Senior Geologist in Houston, TX

    I worked at Noble Energy full-time for more than 3 years

    Pros

    Used to be up-and-coming with growth, now senior management has changed-will likely be development/production oriented.
    The new building is beautiful, though don't know if and how Noble will actually grow to fill it. (Widely remarked)
    Good place for development geoscientists for the next few years.

    Cons

    Many will say that Noble has become too big, and is not addressing its poor quality lower level management.
    Not a place for explorers, at least until 2017. No grasp of regional geologic concepts, poor technical skills, and ability to expand into new frontiers. Many have already left.
    Near-term drop in exploration scope due to specific country alignment, and inability to gain new acreage, and consequently lower level management are so desparate given limited running room, that they are bullying employees to overstate prospects. Becoming quite corrupt. Well known to be a very siloed, non-communicative clandestine culture. Managers protect themselves by promoting incompetence around them. Not a good strategy for growth.
    Mid and late career people will receive no training or onboarding. The focus is purely on developing new hire replacements.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    Become a less siloed entity, encourage cross departmental communication, exchange. Train managers in effective management, including basic measures to prevent your likely imminent, downfall through encouraging poor technical performance, deceit, incompetence, and likely safety issues, that accompany poor decisions based on intimidation tactics. Grow proper exploration skills that support growth, and get into countries that allow for expanded running room.

    Doesn't Recommend
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