|Location||Llandudno, United Kingdom|
|Date Posted||September 11, 2018|
In all environments, we acquire process and interpret surveys that provide our clients with a comprehensive understanding of their subsurface targets and geological settings. We deliver our unique expertise in geoscience technology and project management through our three complementary business activities: Equipment, Acquisition and GGR (Geology, Geophysics & Reservoir).
CGG’s consulting services offer comprehensive geoscience knowledge and provide our clients with valuable insight into all aspects of natural resource exploration and development, from basin prospectivity to reservoir modeling and economic analysis.
CGG’s products and services span the breadth of geosciences, from frontier exploration to mature field revitalization. We acquire, process, analyze and manage all forms of geological and geophysical data including seismic, gravity, magnetic and satellite. We help our clients find resources, characterize reservoirs, estimate reserves, place surface facilities, monitor wells, optimize production and increase ultimate recovery. Innovation and teamwork have been cornerstones of our success for more than 80 years.
Founded in 1961, CGG Robertson is renowned for delivering global datasets, knowledge and experience in upstream oil and gas consultancy. Their services range from Non-Exclusive studies to Multi-disciplinary services, are active in all processes relating to the search for, and exploitation of hydrocarbons.
Joining a regional team and reporting to a Senior Project Supervisor, the successful candidate will provide geological and/or geophysical interpretations, research and training for oil and gas companies related to oil and gas exploration, working within a team. Likely to focus on basin and play scale petroleum geological analysis.
The candidate must be able to contribute to projects using a range of techniques and processes relating to a particular specialism. Must have the ability to independently and accurately generate and interpret data and prepare professional reports related to that specific discipline.
The incumbent will demonstrate understanding and developing knowledge of other technical disciplines and of wider CGG products and services. You will contribute to client meetings; independently present both internally and at conferences as well as the possible assistance with training programmes.
The ideal candidate will be educated to MSc level (or above) in Petroleum Geology, Geoscience and have experience of writing technical reports.
For specific roles there may also be a requirement to undertake wellsite and on location work. This role will require international travel to some extent, and limited direct interaction with clients