When an onshore or offshore oil rig pulls crude oil out of a well, it has many impurities, water, and needs to be refined to turn it into fuel or other petrochemicals. The refining process starts with heating the crude oil to separate the hydrocarbons, then it is processed further to turn it into fuels. Once this is completed is ready to either be stored, or transported to end users.
Here are the most common Oil Refining and Petrochemical Job Descriptions on RigJobs.
Refining and Petrochemical jobs typically occur where crude oil is refined into products such as petrochemical and fuels. So these positions typically happen at large facilities owned by the Oil Companies. Here are the most common locations for Oil & Gas Refining Jobs on RigJobs.