PETROPHYSICIST - PGNIG Upstream Norway AS in Sandnes, Norway

at PGNIG Upstream Norway AS
Location Sandnes, Norway
Date Posted February 26, 2020
Category Petrophysicist
Job Type Permanent


PGNIG Upstream Norway AS
You will be part of our Exploration Department team, which currently comprises of 11 staff members. You will take guidance from the Exploration Manager and collaborate with a variety of stakeholders both internally and externally.
The primary function of this role is the interpretation of petrophysical data and other relevant information to evaluate hydrocarbon exploration potential fo screening studies, concession rounds, license & business development work.
This is an exiting opportunity to join an internaitonal team of highly motivated and dedicated colleagues, working in a fast-paced and rewarding environment.
Job description:
Provide petrophysical input to exploration work on the Norwegian Continental Shelf and possibly international assets & opportunities
Contribute to license application round work in Norway
Participate in exploration committees
Contribute to data-room evaluations for farm-in/farm-out activities
Carry out evaluation of petrophysical data and other relevant information to evaluate hydrocarbon potential
Contribute to prospect evaluation and risking
Liaison with Exploration Geophysicists, Geologists, Reservoir Engineers and Drilling Engineers to ensure cooperaiton in the evaluation of prospects & discoveries
Guide and coordinate petrophysical studies & regional petrophysical work
Petrophysical input to well planning and data acquisition, and follow up of planned wells in non-operated licenses
Support operated drilling activities
Provide input to petrophysical software and petrophysical data base issues
Participate in peer reviews as required
Relevant M.Sc.
Personal qualities:
Minimum 5 years relevant experience
High skills level in petrophysics, specifically an in-depth understanding of LWD, wireline, core, pressure and test data, and an ability to integrate core analysis in petrophysical interpretation and apply that knowledge into reservoir characterization
Petrophysical software skills
Petrophysical courses
Ability to contribute actively to the team
Fluent in English with strong communication and presentation skills
Norwegian and/or Polish language skills will be advantageous
We offer:
Challenging position in a multi-cultural organizaiton with the ability to influence the execution of company strategy
Positive and supporting working environment
Competitive employment terms
Attractive insurance and pension plans
Flexible working hours

PGNiG Upstream Norway AS (PUN) is an integrated exploration and production company established in Norway in 2007. PUN is a subsidiary of the Polish Oil and Gas Company, PGNiG SA. The PGNiG group is the largest Polish Oil and Gas Company with more than 25000 employes globally and a long and prestigeous history.

In 2017 PGNiG SA adopted a new strategy for the Group. In this strategy PUN plays and important role as a new supplier for gas to Poland via the planned Baltic Pipe connection. We are the owners of 5 non-operated producing assets (Skarv, Gina Krog, Vilje, Morvin and Vale) and partners in the Ærfugl, Duva and Skogul developments, which will come on stream in 2020. Additionally we are partners in the Fogelberg, King Lear and Tommeliten Alpha discoveries which we plan to progress into development in the next years.
PUN has currently 40 employees located in its main office both in Stavanger and an additional exploration office in Tromsø.

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