|Location||Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia|
|Date Posted||May 14, 2018|
Ensuring proper implementation of established reservoir management strategies and surveillance plans including short-term adjustments to cater for operational constraints without compromising longer-term reservoir recovery.
Ensuring that wellbore hydraulic models are accurate, up to date and accessible to Asset Level Team (ALT) technical staff via defined repositories/locations.
Collaborating with multi-functional teams to identify, execute opportunities and optimize well performance.
Identifying, validating, analyzing and uploading pressure data including clarification/validation of Pressure-Volume-Temperature (PVT) assumptions for fluid density, downhole parameters and determination of missing parameters when required.
Expected Level of Proficiency
A Bachelor of Engineering or higher degree in Petroleum Engineering.
Preferably 2 - 10 years of practical experience in the upstream / petrochemical / chemical / refinery or a similar industry.
Demonstrated in-depth skills and knowledge in:
Petroleum engineering operations and production methods for oil and natural gas recovery
Reservoir surveillance/modeling, wellbore performance modeling or practical reservoir pressure application such as field surveillance and optimization
Production/Well optimization and Artificial Lift system and technology via practical experiences in troubleshooting/diagnostic/optimizing well performance
Reservoir surveillance, production or hydraulic modeling tools/applications, particularly Integrated Production Modelling (IPM) suite of applications
Pressure analysis tools/applications, e.g. Kappa Suite of Applications
Passionate to be an engineer and show strong technical attributes e.g. attention to details, highly organized and good math/analytical skills.
Fresh graduates with strong academic and extracurricular credentials are also encouraged to apply.
Please note that only shortlisted candidates will be notified.
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