Geologist - CO2 in Midland, United States

at Kinder Morgan
Location Midland, United States
Date Posted May 16, 2018
Category Geologist
Job Type Permanent

Description

Position Description

This position represents a key member of a multi-discipline team that adds value to the Asset through solid geologic and geophysical skills. This position works in concert with the SACROC Development, Drilling, Construction and Surveillance Teams to provide geologic support for a large and active CO2 flood. Position level commensurate with experience and skill level.

Position Requirements

Position Requirements:
10+ years of relevant experience in the Oil and Gas industry
Currently living in, or willing to move to Midland, TX
Master’s Degree in Geoscience, or comparable industry experience required.
Demonstrated mastery of Petra geologic software including, but not limited to:
Map, Cross-Section, Spreadsheet, Log Cross Plot, Z Data Cross Plot modules
PhiH calculations and mapping
Pattern and stratigraphic volumetrics
Computations from logs using equation expressions, substitution, advanced transforms
Merging log curves
Creating proposed horizontal well trajectories
Aliasing curve names and formation tops
Import/export of logs, perfs, casing, liners, TD, production streams, etc.
Updating well bore designs
Calibrating and digitizing raster logs
Ability to prioritize work and meet deadlines required by an active expansion/drilling program
Team Lead over Geophysicist and Geo-Technician
Ability to communicate clearly and effectively with functionally diverse teams
Ability to make technically and economically sound recommendations
Good overall practical oilfield operations knowledge
Waterflood and/or CO2 flood experience a plus
MS Office - proficiency with general applications: Word, Excel, PowerPoint.

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