|Date Posted||April 10, 2018|
Responsible for performance of geological and geophysical activities associated with Active field development and reservoir surveillance. These activities include new well and workover planning, well path optimization, recommending and planning wellbore seismic acquisition, selection and supervision of contract geoscience support personnel, on-site supervision and QC of offshore and onshore drilling rig geoscience related activities (such as mudlogging, wireline logging, coring, casing seat hunts, wellbore seismic acquisition, etc.), analysis of new data, revision of geologic interpretations incorporating new data, maintenance of geological databases, and planning and executing geotechnical and geophysical site surveys. Additionally provides support for tendering activities for contract geosciences services such as Mud Logging, Wellsite Geologists, Coring, Geotechnical and Shallow Hazard Surveys, Surveys QA/QCs, etc. Should possess expert level technical expertise in operations geology, and provide an effective technical interface with other subsurface technical departments. He/She demonstrates depth, breadth and high quality technical work and is mentor and role model in Operations Geoscience.
Provide critical technical analysis of all geologic interpretation products generated during drilling operations and provide fieldwide framework with additional study where appropriate.
Identify projects that support objectives of Geoscience section and define methodologies to use and implement.
Define commonly used procedures (e.g. data work flows and quality indicators)
Develop scope of work, technical specifications and contractor evaluations for contract tendering activities e.g. Wireline Logging, Geotechnical and Geophysical Shallow Hazard Surveys, Mud Logging contract, Wellsite Geologist, etc.
Lead and provide guidance to geoscience team working on contract tenders.
Participate in well planning and develop pre-drill documentation package (i.e. Provide geological objectives, contribute to develop formation evaluation program, provide horizon prognosis, identify potential drilling hazards, etc., and document in WIS)
Provide on-site supervision and QC of Geoscience operations occurring at offshore and onshore drilling rigs (i.e. coring, mudlogging, real time correlation).
Monitor and influence geoscience contractors to ensure accurate data collection and safety standards are maintained during drilling and survey operations.
Monitor daily operations activities while drilling (i.e. contact with geological contractors on rig(s), correlation of logs plotting well path on seismic lines, providing forecast to drilling personnel).
Participate in geotechnical and geophysical surveys.
Monitor daily operation activities while conducting geotechnical and geophysical surveys.
Provide shareholder focal point for identifying, developing and implementing joint technical initiatives.
Represent geoscience in other sections/departments (e.g. committee work, task forces).
Supervision of wellsite core acquisition and core laboratory processing (core point and barrel length selection, transportation logistics, core extrusion, marking, slabbing and plugging operations).
Develop and monitor mentoring programs for summer interns, rotating graduates and Geoscience graduates.
Provide technical input to budgets and long term strategy of section/department.
Identify and implement best practices in operation Geoscience.
Knowledge skills and Experience
Minimum of BSc in Geoscience or related subject from an accredited and recognized university: advanced degree desirable
Minimum 7+ year’s industry experience including major integrated oil company and leadership role.
Subject matter expert in Geoscience contractor management, well planning, well operations supervision, well execution, geological offshore operations and safety.