Reservoir Engineer Advisor in Oklahoma City, United States

at Continental Resources, Inc.
Location Oklahoma City, United States
Date Posted December 27, 2017
Category Reservoir Engineer
Job Type Permanent

Description

Job Summary
Engineer will use reservoir simulation, pressure and production data analysis, petrophysical analysis to support operations and geology in field development and exploration activities. In addition, this position will provide mentoring and support to reservoir engineers involved with the different asset teams in the company. The engineer may be called on to provide expert testimony in regulatory hearings.
Duties/Responsibilities
Provide engineering support for geologists, production/drilling engineers in multi-disciplined asset teams.
Use simulation models as tools for optimizing field developments.
Use pressure transient analysis and production data analysis for well evaluation to support asset teams in optimizing production operations.
Perform petrophysical analysis to support geologists in reservoir characterization, exploration and recompletions.
Evaluate reservoir potential and evaluate individual wells and field-wide economics.
Ability to analyze data needed to make and communicate well-founded recommendations and communicate the analysis.
Provide exhibits and expert testimony at regulatory hearings supporting company projects.
Prepare reserve/economic analysis for budgets, year-end SEC reserve reporting and acquisition evaluations
Perform reserve and economic evaluations of drilling, recompletion, workover and acquisition opportunities Leadership role in the identification, evaluation, planning and execution of a resource play focused growth strategy.
Skills
Good verbal, written and presentation skills coupled with a strong work ethic.
Ability to calculate well EURs volumetrically as well as using decline curve projections needed to forecast reserve recoveries from reservoirs.
Ability to visualize effects of pressure gradients on fluid movements in 3 dimensions over time increments.
Knowledge of SEC reserve reporting guidelines and their application
Solid working knowledge of economic programs (PhdWin or similar industry software) required
Ability to mentor and direct inexperienced engineers and technicians.
Proficient computer skills
Proven team player
Qualifications
MS or PHD in Petroleum Engineering and 5 years experience or an associated engineering discipline and 10+ years of reservoir engineering experience.
Must possess over 10 years of industry experience with well performance analysis, reserve estimation and economic/risk analysis.

An acceptable pre-employment background and drug test

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