|Location||Houston, United States|
|Date Posted||May 14, 2019|
The Reservoir Engineer in Unconventional Reservoirs Technology will play a key role in the development and deployment of new technologies as well as applying specialist skills and best practices in the business. The Reservoir Engineer will be familiar with field development planning and optimization strategies in unconventional reservoirs as well as uncertainty analysis. They should be able to work closely with geologists, geophysicists, petrophysicists, reservoir engineers and hydraulic fracturing specialists in the Flagship and other parts of the business.
The Reservoir Engineer will integrate unconventional rock and fluid information, classical reservoir engineering analysis and outputs from hydraulic fracture simulation results in the construction of numerical reservoir simulation and analytical models to perform well, sector and/or field scale development optimization studies.
HSSE focus and ability to influence compliance standards for Safety and Operational Risks
Conduct and contribute to specialized reservoir studies Support asset teams on reservoir simulation of unconventional reservoirs, including building, running and evaluating outputs of reservoir simulation models Progress BP’s Development Optimization theme by improving our ability to integrate fracture models (Itasca and StimPlan) with reservoir performance prediction tools such as Nexus Continuously monitor and evaluate as necessary new reservoir engineering technologies related to unconventional reservoirs Incorporate awareness of competitors and consortia/JIP’s into BP’s unconventional reservoirs technology strategy development Work with contractors and internal specialists to plan, prepare, and deliver technology projects and field trials
BS, MS or PhD degree in Chemical Engineering Petroleum Engineering, Reservoir Engineering, or equivalent
Essential experience and job requirements:
Experience with unconventional reservoirs (tight sand and/or shale)
A very good understanding of reservoir simulation and experience with unconventional reservoir simulation software such as Nexus, Eclipse or GEM A sound understanding of classical reservoir engineering evaluation methods that may include DCA, RTA, PTA and others Ability to prioritize work in a high activity environment
Other Requirements (e.g. Travel, Location):
Desirable criteria & qualifications:
Experience with TDRM Experience with fast RTA tools and KAPPA Demonstrated planning, organizational, and communication skills
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