|Date Posted||November 1, 2015|
|Min. Years Experience Required||7|
The Organization Established in 2006 our client is a diversified, growth-oriented private Canadian Energy Production Company in 2 western provinces. Backed by private investment, the organization has grown to 20 employees and operates business units in 2 main production areas. The company has invested approximately $100 MM to date and has plans to grow revenues with capital expenditures over $300 Million in the next 2 years.
Why Consider This Role? This is an excellent opportunity if you’re interested in working for a growing, entrepreneurial Canadian company. The company focuses on strategic, long term objectives while creating long-term value for shareholders. The management andshareholder track record of success in starting and building small organizations into larger ones is enviable. Our client is building this sustainable and successful company for the long term. You will have critical impact on the company, and the visibility provides for personal & professional upside. Depending on your career plan, you can impact your future in many ways.
Team Dynamics As a member of a multidisciplinary team and the Lead Reservoir Engineer, you will report to the VP Operations and benefit from working with skilled executives who are experienced veterans of the oil industry. You are a technical leader and will work directly with operations and finance ensuring the optimization of the company’s asset base.
Activities and Responsibilities As a member of a small multidisciplinary team, that is responsible for acquiring, developing and optimizing a secondary and tertiary development plan with the following responsibilities; Work within a team of other engineers, geologists and geophysicists Optimize depletion and development strategies for new and existing properties Assist in refining geological and geophysical pool characterization Complete engineering studies which include reservoir engineering and reservoir simulations Deliver production forecasts, reserves for budgeting and project development economics, including risk management Prepare and present technical and business presentations to management and third parties Familiar with economic and reservoir evaluation software
Experience You will be APEGA qualified, have 7+ years of progressive engineering experience in conventional oil/liquids with a minimum of five years gained in an energy company setting as a reservoir development engineer. In your history, you have worked on various flood schemes (water, chemical, hydrocarbon and CO2 miscible, etc) in a reservoir or exploitation capacity. Additionally, your skills will include reserves, economics, up to date regulatory requirements in field flood development. With excellent communication & interpersonal skills, you must have the ability to foster a cooperative, results oriented work environment while working with multiple stakeholders. You have initiated your well thought out ideas into project status resulting in a track record of adding value. You can contribute to the company as a team member and leader. You possess an energetic style, an attention to detail, lead by example and a have a desire to get down to work. You will also be able to motivate your teammates to produce results within tight timeframes and simultaneously manage competing deadlines requirements for your time.