|Location||Dallas, United States|
|Date Posted||October 9, 2018|
Subsurface mapping: Build 2–D and 3–D static models of original hydrocarbon in place for use in reserves and resources estimation, including structural and stratigraphic interpretations and lithostratigraphic and chronostratigraphic correlation.
Evaluate data and interpretations for uncertainty and apply that knowledge under PRMS and SEC definitions in a consistent and precise manner.
Fundamental log analysis and seismic interpretation.
Integrate data from multiple and disparate sources (e.g., client data, literature) to create a coherent and accurate geologic assessment of reservoirs, traps, and fluid types.
Work in an integrated, multi-disciplined team of professional and support staff, managing multiple project assignments simultaneously within firm deadlines.
Present and discuss geologic interpretations with clients.
Master’s degree in Geology plus 3 years of relevant oil and gas experience.
Demonstrated experience with reservoir-mapping software (e.g., Petrel®).
Ability and willingness to travel, both domestic and international.
International experience is a plus, and familiarity with international reserves and resources definition systems is desired.
U.S. work authorization required.
DeGolyer and MacNaughton offers excellent benefits and compensation.