At Woodside, civil and structural engineering encompasses the disciplines of civil, geotechnical,
metocean and structural engineering.
Civil engineers support maintenance of existing onshore operating facilities. Civil engineers are also involved with developing process plant layouts, and with location and site selection assessments. They help define logistics support infrastructure for facility construction.
Geotechnical engineers are responsible for ensuring that the soil/rock interaction with onshore, nearshore and offshore infrastructure is appropriately safe and cost-effective to install and maintain. Geotechnical engineers work across the opportunity life cycle: exploration, development, construction, production and decommissioning. This involves desk studies, scoping the collection of geotechnical and geophysical site investigation data, geotechnical site
Metocean engineers are responsible for establishing robust, extreme, and operating criteria, to ensure safe offshore developments and operations for Woodside. Metocean engineers work across all phases of oil and gas development and execute numerical
Onshore structural engineers support
Offshore structural engineers are responsible for managing and providing technical input into