|Date Posted||August 10, 2018|
Tundra Oil & Gas is a Manitoba-based oil and gas exploration and production company and a wholly-owned subsidiary of Winnipeg-based James Richardson & Sons, Limited. Tundra’s head office is in Winnipeg and has offices in Virden and Calgary. Tundra is recognized as the largest oil producer in Manitoba, and has invested over 3 billion dollars since 1980, creating jobs and economic activity while in the process of exploring for oil in Manitoba and Saskatchewan.
Tundra is seeking an Exploitation Engineer for a in our Calgary office.
Reporting to the Exploitation Manager (Daly/Sinclair), the Exploitation Engineer will collaborate with a multidisciplinary team and will be responsible for providing exploitation engineering support for the team. Responsibilities include:
Provide support for the capital budget process by collaborating with team to propose a drilling and workover program which aligns with Tundra’s corporate goals.
Steward the reserve process ensuring accuracy of third party reserves and economic inputs. Generate ideas to grow reserve volumes and value.
Manage the drilling program which including preparation of technical well approvals, well completion design and reserve expectations and economics.
Support the Workover Program by overseeing the injection conversion program to ensure timely waterflood implementation. Identify conformance treatment candidates and work with team on best remedial strategy.
Support production by monitoring and responding to deviations from expected targets for projects driven by the reservoir exploitation group.
Provide reservoir support on underperforming areas.
Waterflood surveillance and management on coordination with the Production Engineering team.
Participate in well reviews providing recommendations and specialized knowledge.
Provide reservoir engineering support including: reserves information, supporting maps, production expectation vs actual performance.
Work closely with others to perform economic analysis for drilling, pilot and development of secondary recovery projects and acquisitions.
Monitor well production performance, production modelling based on flow regimes and reserve estimate using unconventional techniques, as required.
Assess current industry practice and implement new ideas to improve results.
Working with multi-disciplinary teams of professionals to identify and evaluation opportunities to create value and ensure takers are met.
Prepare presentations for projects as required.
Other required duties as assigned.
Candidates for this position will possess the following qualifications and competencies:
Professional Engineer with 5+ years’ experience active and progressive expereience.
Familiarity with field operations, in particular light oil operations an asset.
Experience with software such as Accumap, Mosaic, Spotfire, Excel
Excellent business acumen.
Well developed teamwork skills.
Well developed critical thinking skills; able to apply logic and challenge assumptions, conclusions and make appropriate interventions.
Excellent presentation as well as written and oral communication skills
Willingness to travel to field sites.
If you would like to be part of a continuously growing company, please apply on-line with your cover letter and resume, along with your salary expectations by August 22nd, 2018.
We wish to thank all candidates for their interest; however only those being considered for interviews will be contacted.