Reservoir Advisor-9179 in Houston, United States

at Brute Force Energy Services LLC
Location Houston, United States
Date Posted December 10, 2019
Category Reservoir Engineer
Job Type Permanent


Reservoir Engineer.Primary responsibilities:· Evaluate and assess oil and gas producing properties for acquisition, including;o Perform Nodal Analysis & EOR (waterflood etc.) studieso Perform subsurface due diligence, provide insight, and support oil & gas reserve assessmentso Develop and optimize field development and re-development plans, particularly for mature conventional fieldso Estimate resource volumes and recoverable hydrocarbons using both probabilistic and deterministic volumetric, EURs, and recovery factorso Produce, reserve appraisals, assess third-party appraisals, and determine methods to reconcile varianceso Provide insights into critical subsurface risks and recommend mitigation methods· Analyze reservoir and well performance data, including:o Interpret transient well tests (estimate pressures), perform RTA/PTA analysis, model material balance, and predict well performanceo Perform Decline Curve Analysis, type curve, and/or trend analysis in conjunction with reserve estimationso Perform fluid property modeling (PVT analysis)o Assess and implement measures to enhance reservoir data quality· Create reservoir simulation models for both compositional & black oil, and evaluate reservoir performance· Prepare concise and insightful presentations, memos, and reports for both internal and external audiences· Conduct various ad hoc analytical projects in close cooperation with groups inside and outside the companyPreferred Requirements:· Master’s degree or PhD in Petroleum Engineering or Reservoir Engineering· 5 to 10 years of experience in a wide range of reservoir engineering activities. A minimum of 3 years working on North American conventional oil & gas fields and 3 years on the development of unconventional resources· Experience in mature field acreage acquisitions, including identifying acquisition targets, evaluating assets and operator performance· Strong analytical and quantitative skills· Skilled in Reservoir engineering software. Preference given to persons having experience in running Aries / PHDWin, MBal, Prosper/GAP, DSS Nexus, and Eclipse, or their equivalentJob Code: AM505-ESGJob CapsuleUnder broad direction from the Senior Reservoir Advisor and the Integrated Asset Management senior management and with support from engineering and operations staff across all Halliburton product service lines (PSL), the Reservoir Advisor works within a senior, multi- discipline petrotechnical team to develop and apply advanced reservoir engineering techniques in support of the evaluation and development of potentially large, yet challenging oil and gas field development projects for potential investment by IAM. The Reservoir Advisor will support prospect evaluation work by providing historical offset well performance evaluation (production decline curve analysis), determination of reservoir rock and fluid properties, deterministic as well as probabilistic in-place hydrocarbon volumetric calculations, static reservoir modeling, dynamic reservoir simulation, well test analysis, field development/re-development planning, recommendations for production enhancement, EUR / recovery efficiency analysis, forecasts of future production performance, preliminary economic analysis, and other work related to reservoir understanding / development. Requires an undergraduate degree in petroleum engineering and a minimum of 10 years of experience in reservoir engineering, which includes experience in an oil & gas operator.Job Type: TemporarySalary: $60.00 to $80.00 /hourExperience:oil & gas: 8 years (Required)Reservoir Engineering: 10 years (Required)Education:Master's (Required)Application Question:have you read and do you have the experience described in the job description?Work Location:One locationEmployment Length:4 - 6 monthsThis Job Is Ideal for Someone Who Is:Dependable -- more reliable than spontaneousDetail-oriented -- would rather focus on the details of work than the bigger picture

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