BD Reservoir Engineer Manager in Houston, United States

at Kinder Morgan
Location Houston, United States
Date Posted August 7, 2019
Category Reservoir Engineer
Job Type Permanent


Position Description

Kinder Morgan CO2 Company, one of the largest CO2 providers and CO2 tertiary recovery companies in the US, is seeking an engineering manager to lead a multi-disciplinary business development team. The selected candidate will be responsible for:
Leading a team which executes business development, acquisition and planning activities;
Identifying screening profiles for assets that meet corporate strategic objectives;
Development, validation, and updating of target field performance model(s) which will be used to evaluate implementation scenarios;
Detailed reservoir characterization and performance evaluation for EOR;
Financial analysis of operating statements, contracts and commodity arrangements;
Preparing financial analyses and long range planning models for portfolio analysis;
Prepare and/or assist in creating presentation materials;
Communication of business unit expectations to team and support organizations;
Evaluation and feedback of performance to team and support organizations;
Development, communication, reporting, execution and evaluation of project plans and timelines.
Position Requirements

Position Requirements: The preferred candidate should have/be:
BS or greater in Engineering;
10+ years of engineering experience
Entirely capable of working independently;
Effective working in a team environment;
Strong leader with a track record of delivering results
Demonstrated ability to proficiently use and/or learn petroleum software such as Petra, OFM, DSS, Aries, etc.;
Significant experience with design, implementation, and surveillance of waterfloods and/or CO2 floods, production/injection forecasting;
High competency in analysis and evaluation of producing assets;.
A proven track record working effectively within a multi-disciplined development team.
Excellent communication skills within the team and to management;
An objective and analytical approach, with a solid command of E&P; project economics and financial acumen;
A clear thinker, concise and effective communicator, and an effective decision maker;
Ability to handle and disseminate confidential acquisition information in a responsible manner.
Petroleum Engineering degree preferred;
3-5 years in business development roles in the oil and gas industry;
Business and/or financial background or education is a plus.
Working conditions:
Primarily office setting in Houston, Texas. Travel may be required but typically is less than 20%.
Working after hours, nights, weekends and holidays as needed.

Supervisory responsibility:
Staff employees
We are an Equal Opportunity Employer and do not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment because of race, color, sex, age, national origin, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, status as a veteran, and basis of disability or any other federal, state or local protected class.

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