Reservoir Engineer - France

at Brunel
Location France
Date Posted July 19, 2017
Category Reservoir Engineer
Job Type Permanent

Description

Brunel

To implement Reservoir Engineering Specialty rules and Group HSE procedures in the domain concerned by the performance of the Service;
To create and supervise the realization of non-operated assets reservoir databases;
To analyze and validate reservoir data collected in non-operated assets wells;
To participate to the update of the reservoir models built by the GEDI in Headquarters;
To evaluate the proposals of the operator in terms of reservoir acquisition with regards to field management;
To propose reservoir acquisition program and new evaluation methods and promote them;
To influence and convince partners and operator on the added value of the proposals made by the business;
To participate to the main Reserves & Long Term Plan exercises;

To represent Reservoir in technical meetings with partners ;

To participate to improve subsidiary 2G&R; knowledge in lacustrine carbonate of the Brazilian pre-salt deposits;

To apply Group dedicated rules for ensuring geosciences patrimonial data protection;
To contribute to the technical feed-back concerning methodology and tools;
To ensure coaching of junior reservoir engineers.
Context
And Environment

The performance of the Service requires:
To work inside a multicultural geosciences team;
To display cross-functionality and solidarity in the non-operated assets team but also with GSR operated assets team;
To participate to the growth of the TEPBr subsidiary through a partnership behavior excellence;
To represent TEPBr in Technical Committee for reservoir matters.
Objectives
To ensure optimal well locations, targets and reservoir acquisition program to maximize non-operated assets production;
To ensure the update of the models built by the GEDI with new acquisitions;
To participate to the building and update of the non-operated assets databases;

To influence the partners and the operator on major decisions for field management;

To work in a full understanding with the GEDI in Headquarters;
To collaborate with the GSR operated team to improve TEPBr knowledge in lacustrine carbonate of the Brazilian pre-salt deposits;
To contribute to the technical feed-back from TEPBr, partners and operator concerning methodology and tools;
To ensure reservoir data acquisition and interpretation to contribute to subsidiary growth and costs optimization.

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