|Date Posted||July 8, 2019|
OKEA is a fast-growing oil producer operating on the NCS aiming to bring undeveloped discoveries with less than 100 million boe in reserves into production. We are a trusted partner on a local, regional and national level with a clear ambition to create value for owners, employees and society as a whole.
OKEA consists of a strong management team coupled with a tier-one operator organization ensuring operational excellence.
Our head office is based in Trondheim and includes most of our management functions. Our offshore operational center for existing and future OKEA-operated fields is based in Kristiansund.
We believe that developing and optimizing smaller fields will become increasingly important to the Norwegian oil and gas industry and we are certain that OKEA is strategically positioned to take a large part of this growing market.
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The position is within the Subsurface department, responsible for exploration and appraisal activities as well as petroleum technology for development projects and fields in production. OKEA works tightly integrated with external suppliers to find the best solutions and the position will require extensive collaboration both internally and externally.
We are looking for candidates with broad competence and experience in exploration, development and operations. You have worked technically as a petrophysicist, but you have been exposed to other disciplines and throughout the value chain and are able to integrate across both.
OKEA wants a good balance between genders in the company and encourages applications from female candidates.
Project management and coordination of external partners
Quality assurance of all work within Petrophysics
Planning of data acquisition from wells, including a lead role during logging operations and geosteering
Petrophysical interpretation in exploration/appraisal, development and production
Participation in business development projects, e.g. data rooms
Participation in licence rounds, e.g. APA
MSc in a relevant discipline
Minimum 5 years’ experience in petrophysics and development projects/production, preferably in a leading role
Experience from drilling and logging operations
Broad experience is as important as technical expertise
Analytical and independent
Good communication, coordination and collaboration skills
Curious and willing to learn
High personal and professional integrity
Opportunities to contribute directly in the company's further development and growth
Inspiring and dynamic environment in new and modern offices
Competitive conditions and flexible working hours
Good pension and insurance schemes
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