|Location||Midland, United States|
|Date Posted||February 17, 2018|
ABOUT THE ORGANIZATION
Rosehill Resources is a Delaware Basin focused, rapidly growing exploration and production company with producing assets in Texas and New Mexico. Current investment activity is focused on the Permian Basin.
Rosehill Resources is an independent oil and natural gas company focused on growing production and reserves in the core of the Delaware Basin, through drilling and bolt-on acquisitions. Rosehill has nearly 5,000 net acres with approximately 80% held by production and drilling locations across ten distinct benches. Rosehill was formed in 2017 through the combination of Tema Oil and Gas Company and KLR Energy. Rosehill is headquartered in Houston, Texas.
EOE STATEMENT: We are an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law.
Under direct supervision, the Production Engineer applies technical knowledge to maximize profitability and production of wells in assigned geographic areas by recommending revised methods or equipment, assisting field personnel with problems, monitoring expenses and revenue. The Production Engineer’s primary activities will focus on production, completion, drilling data collection, tracking, and analyses. The position will provide analyses of data as well as preparation of budgets, AFE’s, resource models, wellbore schematics and benchmarking efforts.
Prepares specialized management reports concerning LOE
Assists in screening acquisition projects, Performs economic analysis on the profitability of various prospects
Pull public data and support engineering evaluations of offset operator’s datasets
Prepares technical state reports or advises analyst on technical data for reports (H-1’s, W-14, W-3A’s, etc.); Assists in preparation of production reports
Assists in preparation of AFE’s for workover and artificial lift, provides technical support and assistance to field personnel involved in production and work-over operations, recommends well workovers and re-completions
Works with partners on maximizing profitability of joint interest projects through design of production techniques and equipment
Forecasts oil and gas production, revenue, and expense for working interest properties
Makes recommendations for changes in methods of operations or surface equipment that will lower costs or increase production
Handles production and operation questions from field personnel concerning situations that deviate from desired conditions, and discusses possible solutions with superintendents
Monitors production activities to ensure compliance with state regulatory requirements
Assists in preparation of budget
Monitors actual oil and gas production, revenue, and expense for working interest properties
Education & Experience
Bachelor’s Degree Petroleum or Mechanical Engineering
Five to eight (8) years’ experience in production/drilling and reservoir engineering
Experience with oil & gas operator in Texas/NM required, experience in unconventional plays preferred
Experience with operated and non-operated assets is preferred
Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities
Demonstrated ability to communicate technical information with engineering teams and management
Demonstrated high level of flexibility, adaptability, and multi-tasking to meet deadlines.
Strong Excel, Word, PowerPoint skills;