2019USH - Seismic Data Analyst in Spring, United States

at ExxonMobil
Location Spring, United States
Date Posted November 26, 2018
Category Geophysicist
Job Type Permanent

Description

Job Description (General Overview of the Role): The Seismic Data Analyst is responsible for facilitating the progress of and loading seismic data into Petrel within ExxonMobil from the time of planning and acquisition through interpretation, analysis, and archival to ensure optimum efficiency in the process.
Technical Skill Sets:
Planning for seismic asset management by ensuring all parties are consulted at the initiation of project.
Verify coordination of acquisition efforts with Procurement, Geophysical Operations, Data Room, and BU Interpreter.
Ensure that 3rd party data providers know exactly what our needs are and continue to work with them to assure that those needs are met.
Ensure all parts of data have arrived including contracts, navigation, and seismic
Dump seismic data (tapes, USB, etc)
Load seismic data into Petrel application
Load gathers data to Omega
Condition data using various applications
Move seismic data from one application to another
Ensure data quality is certified after loading and before it is delivered to the customer.
Look for ways to improve existing processes
Interface with other ExxonMobil groups
 
Soft Skill Sets Safety oriented mindset
Team oriented personality & positive attitude
Effective end user communication (written & verbal)
Analytical skills
Customer oriented
Problem solver
Experience working independently
Experience working with a global team
Experience Bachelor’s degree preferred
Knowledgeable using various software for loading 3D and 2D seismic
Knowledgeable using software to condition data including Petrel.
Knowledgeable using computers, basic understanding of databases
 
 
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ExxonMobil is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or disability status.

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