CIB - Oil & Gas Investment Banking - Technical Transaction Team Reservoir Engineer in Houston, United States

at JP Morgan Chase
Location Houston, United States
Date Posted September 14, 2019
Category Reservoir Engineer
Job Type Permanent

Description

J.P. Morgan’s Corporate & Investment Bank (CIB) is a global leader across banking, markets and investor services. The world’s most important corporations, governments and institutions entrust us with their business in more than 100 countries. With $24 trillion of assets under custody and over $420 billion in deposits, the Corporate & Investment Bank provides strategic advice, raises capital, manages risk and extends liquidity in markets around the world.

The Technical Transaction Team (TTT) team sits within and is a critical element of the 60+ person J.P. Morgan North American Oil and Gas Investment Bank. We are a part of the Global Oil and Gas Team with offices in Houston, New York, Calgary, London, Hong Kong, Singapore, Sydney and Sao Paulo. We are principally focused on executing sell-side and buy-side asset and corporate advisory roles in the upstream and midstream space, but also support the banking team in IPOs, debt offerings, net asset valuation work, developing industry thought pieces and providing technical insight.

We are recruiting an energetic Engineer with a minimum of four years’ experience who will work as a core member of J.P. Morgan’s TTT. This person will be responsible for performing technical work including ARIES and PHDWin reserve analysis, Rate-Transient analysis, decline curve analysis, and balance sheet efficacy with the corporate model assisting in generating and presenting pitch materials and data room presentations.

Requirements:
BS or MS in Petroleum Engineering
4+ years of exploration/development experience in the E&P; industry in conjunction with an A&D;, new ventures, or business development skill set
Investment banking experience is a plus

The TTT Engineer should have the following skills and experience:
Strong understanding of the oil and gas value chain as it relates to conventional and unconventional plays
Advanced understanding of the technical evaluation process for oil and gas assets
Advanced proficiency in engineering modeling and software, including use of ARIES, PHDWin, Spotfire, and Fekete Harmony are critical
Should be proficient in oil and gas data collection and amalgamation utilities (i.e. DrillingInfo, IHS, etc.)
Needs to be able to think critically about data analysis and application to technical evaluation
Should be very comfortable multi-tasking and prioritizing
Should have excellent communication and presentation skills and work well with a team

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