Cairn Energy's can-do attitude has taken the oil and gas exploration and production company far afield. The independent has historically explored for oil and natural gas in the Indian subcontinent, but in 2011 it sold its majority stake Cairn India to an Indian conglomerate to pay down debt. In 2010 the company reported proved reserves of 225 million barrels of oil equivalent. The company's producing fields are Sangu offshore Bangladesh and Lakhsmi, Gauri, and Ravva in India; Cairn Energy's gross production 2010 was almost 131,000 barrels of oil equivalent per day. The...
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Former Reservoir Engineer in Edinburgh, Scotland (UK)
Pros: CEO was very inclusive.
Wins were celebrated together.
Engineers & field workers were given autonomy to make decisions even if they were wrong.
Largely a can do attitude without too much constraint to procedures as being sacrosanct – Full Review
Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Gurgaon, Haryana (India) Jan 2012 – Reviewed Jun 22, 2012
Interview Details It took a little more time than expected. My Boss took my first interview, the second round was 10 days later with HR. The 3rd and final interaction was with the Finance Head of the company. – Full Interview
How do you think you can make the audit work more interesting than just a monotonous routine kind of job – View Answer