Petrophysicist Advisor, Dallas, Texas

at Hunt
Location Dallas, United States
Date Posted February 1, 2017
Category Petrophysicist
Job Type Permanent
Min. Years Experience Required 15


Petrophysicist Advisor

Tracking Code HOC Job Description EMPLOYER:   Hunt Oil Company


JOB TITLE:     Petrophysicist Advisor


LOCATION:    Dallas, Texas


DUTIES: Responsible for reservoir characterization, static geology model refinement, technical support, coordination and project advisement on petrophysical work programs; characterize the source rocks, reservoir properties, pore pressure and seal capacity; understand the differences on volumes of investigation and heterogeneities of different well logging measurements; recommend open-hole, cased-hole, Logging While Drilling (LWD) and production logging, formation testing and coring programs to meet geoscience and engineering objectives; assist diagnosis of production and operations questions; understand, identify and quantify mineral components and fluids of formation rocks; build multi-mineral, permeability and saturation models and solve for mineral volumes, effective porosity, matrix permeability and water saturation; calibrate model parameters with lab results; develop J-Functions and verify water formation saturations; develop total organic carbon (TOC) and maturity models for unconventional resources plays; quantify the uncertainties of computation results; construct and quality control static and dynamic reservoir models; quality control, repair, and process borehole image and other advanced logs; extract information about geostress, natural and induced fracturing, lithology, sedimentology, structure, stratigraphy and paleo-current directions; reconstruct lithofacies and stratigraphic sequences; identify formation fluid contacts; understand rock compaction history and its effect on bulk density and acoustic transit time for overpressure and formation uplift predictions; quantify the triple porosity system and know its importance to the production performance of the carbonate reservoirs; work with the static and dynamic geo-modelers to redefine the reservoir boundaries.


REQUIREMENTS: Master’s or foreign equivalent degree in Petroleum Engineering, Geology, Geophysics, or a related field and 15 years of progressive experience as a petrophysicist. Experience therein to include applying petrophysical technologies in water basins; performing core data and core-log integration, mineral interpretations and analysis of clastic and carbonate basins; working on capillary pressure and water saturation distribution, kerogen volume and maturation estimate; building sequence stratigraphy model on clastic oil and gas fields; and using deterministic and probabilistic petrophysical techniques, LWD and wireline logging tools and analysis techniques on the NMR (Nuclear Magnetic Resonance), elemental capture and borehole image log measurements.

To apply, mail resume to Hunt Oil Company, Attn: HR - Job #CYH1-W, 1900 N. Akard St., Dallas, TX 75201.


#LI-DNP Job Location Dallas, Texas, United States Position Type Full-Time/Regular

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