|Date Posted||November 23, 2015|
|Must Already Have Work Rights||Yes|
Reservoir Engineer - Gabon
Are you an experienced reservoir engineer looking for an exciting and challenging career opportunity?
Join us and become a Reservoir Engineer in E&P Subsurface which is responsible for subsurface evaluations within E&P Gabon. Work includes evaluation of new business opportunities, near-field exploration, appraisal planning, field development planning, unitisations and production operations. Work is generally carried out in integrated, multi-disciplinary teams organised by asset / licenses.
Areas of responsibility
Your primary work tasks will be support for assets and business units across E&P as required. You will participate in technical assurance including peer assists, peer, gate and reserves reviews. Furthermore, you will participate in relevant technical networks and coach within your area(s) of expertise. You will conduct volumetric, material balance, fluid flow and well productivity analyses as well as perform reservoir heterogeneity and characterisation.
As a minimum, you have a degree in engineering with a relevant specialisation. You have extensive relevant experience within the upstream O&G business in different technical environments. You are also able to provide consistent and detailed discipline analysis, collect and analyse discipline information required for execution of the task as well as contribute to knowledge sharing in relevant discipline including development of procedures and tools.
You can work independently within most of the following areas:
- Volumetric analysis
- Material balance analysis
- Reservoir heterogeneity and characterisation
- Fluid flow and well productivity analysis
- Fluid displacement analysis
- Reservoir simulation history matching for performance analysis and production forecasting
- Reservoir surveillance and management
- Fluid properties
- Reservoir rock properties
- Reserves estimation
You have good analytical and communication skills. As we operate in a highly international environment, it is essential that you speak and write French and English fluently.