Our offshore operated assets in Malaysia, Congo, and the Gulf of Mexico have achieved industry-record awards for innovation, HSE, and development times. In Malaysia, Murphy was the first company to discover and develop deepwater oil reserves in Sabah. We discovered and developed Malaysia”s first deepwater field, the Kikeh 400 MMboe field. Murphy executed record time developing Kikeh at slightly over 3 years from sanction to production and ranked at the top quartile safety performance.
In Indonesia Murphy opened its representative office in mid 2006, and signed its first Production Sharing Contract (PSC) in May 2008 for the South Barito Block in South Kalimantan. This was followed by the Semai II, Wokam II and Semai IV blocks, all in Eastern Indonesia. Murphy is looking to grow our position in Indonesia and to support this we are looking to hire a Business Development Analyst. This individual will work with the Business Development Manager and regional New Ventures groups to investigate, evaluate, and deliver opportunities in Indonesia and throughout S.E. Asia.
The individual should be enthusiastic, highly numerate and have excellent English skills, with a natural ability to summarize and communicate clearly. The individual could be a fresh graduate, but preferably will have 2-4 years experience in the commercial aspects of the petroleum business and be familiar with fundamental economic principles and spreadsheets e.g. Excel. The individual will be expected to summarize available opportunities, carry out scoping economic analysis, organize data rooms, identify key issues & risks and monitor & analyze deals done in the market to highlight regional trends and lessons learnt.
If you believe that you meet the requirements, please send your application letter and comprehensive resume (CV), with a recent photograph. Please indicate the applied position in the subject and send to: email@example.com.