Manager, Reservoir Engineering in Fort Worth, United States

at Atlas Energy | Titan Energy
Location Fort Worth, United States
Date Posted May 1, 2018
Category Reservoir Engineer
Job Type Permanent


The Reservoir Engineering Manager evaluates oil and gas reserves, both for regional analysis and specific field areas. This is a manager-level position with supervisory responsibility and may serve as a mentor to intermediate-level positions.
Provide type curve production analyses for all the major drilling areas as wells as potential drilling areas
Provide production, EUR, decline curve, and PUD location analyses
Provide historical and forecasted reserve information for purposes of budgeting and hedging
Evaluate oil and gas properties for potential acquisitions
Calculate both in-place and recoverable reserves of oil and gas
Manage and mentor junior level Reservoir Engineers
Assist Director of Reservoir Engineering, or in absence of that position, fulfill the following:
Provide internal evaluations of oil and gas assets for management planning purposes.
Provide annual engineering reserves report
Complete third party engineering reports for all corporate and subsidiary companies
Accountable for performance of team; engages team members in talent management and development opportunities, and builds a positive and respectful work environment.
Makes personnel decisions on hiring, firing, discipline, transfer, advancement and promotion in accordance with Company policies and procedures. 8 years of Reservoir Engineering experience
Thorough knowledge of reservoir engineering, the ARIES program, word processing, spreadsheets, and database manipulation and management
Ability to plan and complete short and long-term projects accurately and in a timely manner. ability to organize and communicate project results efficiently
Skill in the use of the ARIES software, spreadsheets, word processors, and database programs to manipulate data across a wide array of digital formats
DISCLAIMER: The above description reflects the general details considered necessary to describe the principle responsibilities and functions of the job identified and shall not be construed as a detailed description of all the work requirements that may be inherent to this job.

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