|Location||Ciudad de México, Mexico|
|Date Posted||February 22, 2018|
The Key responsibilities are: to define the petrophysical model integrating all petrophysical data (logs, core, mud logging and test) to support Exploration, Production & Development activities in Mexico.
Perform formation evaluation to identify hydrocarbon bearing levels, quantify main petrophysical parameters (porosity, permeability, Sw), determine net pay, identify fluid contacts, define main geological characters of the subsurface formation, which have impact on the creation of the static (geological/petrophysical) model of the reservoir for the correct evaluation of HIIP and perform the interpretation of cased hole measurements aimed at reservoir optimization and reservoir management activities.
Permanent local position (non-expatriate), residential
Fully conversant with the following:
Logs Acquisition, QC and Follow up; Preliminary formation evaluation; Standard formation evaluation; Advanced formation evaluation ; Integrated Petrophysical Interpretation; Cased Hole Interpretation; Planning and Interpretation of Experimental rock properties data; Interpretation of mud logging hydrocarbon shows data ; Integrated use of well data; Technical & Contractual Specificications Preparation for tenders; use of international and internal Standards & Best Practices; Geological & Drilling well program; operations and wellsite geology follow up; Coring operations and analysis; Pore pressure prediction/evaluation; Perforating Techniques; Cluster Analysis; Capillary Pressure use, evaluation & normalisation; Project-DataBase Management; Health, Safety, Environment, Quality; Project DataBase Data Management
Degree in Geology, Physics or Engineering
Experience within Petrophysics and reservoir characterisation
Spanish and English oral and writing skills
This is an exciting time to join Eni in Mexico. We have been present in the country since 2006, with Eni Mexico created in late 2015. Amoca-2 is the first well drilled by an international oil major in Mexico since the 2013 Energy Reform, and this means that we are at the forefront of exploration and development in the country, as well as growing our team to support our expanding operations.
The 100% Eni owned and operated Amoca, Miztón and Tecoalli fields are located in Area 1, a shallow water (20-40m) field lying between 3-9 km from shore in the Campeche Bay. At this stage, all three wells drilled in the Amoca field have yielded a total of 705 m of net oil pay, significantly boosting estimates of resources in place for Area 1 to 1.4 billon boe. Eni is preparing the development plan for Phase 1 of the Amoca field (early production), with start-up anticipated in early 2019. Eni also share three additional exploration blocks (Blocks 7, 10, 14) and we are actively monitoring future bid rounds to expand our portfolio in the region.
Eni will evaluate the applications received for this position. Candidates considered to be most closely aligned to the required profile will be contacted to continue the selection process.