Co-op Student, Subsurface Exploitation Engineering in St. John's, Canada

Location St. John's, Canada
Date Posted September 13, 2018
Category Reservoir Engineer
Job Type Permanent


Co-op Student, Subsurface Exploitation Engineering-15821
Co-op Student, Subsurface Exploitation Engineering (Job 15821)
One of Husky’s advantages isthat we are an integrated oil and gas company. From exploration to development,production, refining and marketing, we’ve got it all! Combine this with a rangeof learning and development tools and an inclusive work environment, and youare well-positioned for a successful career at Husky.
We have training, mentoring andcareer development programs and resources to help you develop both personallyand professionally – as an employee or a leader. We offer many internalleadership and business skills courses along with tuition reimbursementprograms for qualified employees. Every year, a significant number of ouremployees are able to take on new roles within the company thanks to our strongfocus on hands-on learning and development.
Husky Atlantic Region is currently looking for an Engineering Co-op student to join the Subsurface group. This position is available for a 4 month term starting on January 8th, 2019. As the successful candidate, you will provide assistance in the management and analysis of technical information for the Subsurface group, whose primary responsibilities cover the White Rose oil and gas reservoir, as well as future tie-backs to the White Rose field. During this work term, you will gain an understanding of how different reservoir properties have a significant impact on decisions relating to the development of hydrocarbon reservoirs. Focused effort will be on assisting with reservoir and production engineering activities for the White Rose field.

Key responsibilities include:
Working with Production engineers, Reservoir engineers, and geoscientists to assist in the analysis of rock, fluid and wellbore properties to be used in reservoir management decisions and analysis
Assisting with data analysis to support ongoing drilling & production operations
Monitoring of current well conditions and historical data comparisons as required
Delivering an end of term presentation to other students, co-op supervisors and co-op office coordinators
Completing a work term project that requires investigation of a specific aspect of petroleum engineering

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