|Date Posted||January 22, 2020|
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If you're a Reservoir Engineer with experience in Field Lifecycle Development, Well Delivery to Abandonment, Production forecasting and business planning activities, then this role is a chance for you to develop your technical skills whilst working for an Industry Leader.
What's the role?
The Reservoir Engineer in the Sarawak Development Team is expected to perform a full range of hands-on Reservoir Engineering work to support the asset in achieving business objectives.
Some of the key deliverables and responsibilities for this role are as follows:
Deliver high-quality RE technical work to support and enhance all field development activities
Identify, compile and interpret key Reservoir Engineering data as input to development studies. Construct/update and perform dynamic simulation models and Integrated Gas Network Models to address the key business decision and value drivers for the asset.
Deliver robust RE technical work that helps drive the team towards excellence in pro-active Wells, Reservoir and Facility Management (WRFM) in order to optimize gas recovery
Work with other subsurface disciplines and Well Engineering in planning and execution of development wells. In particular, ensure that pore pressure prediction & H2S ranges capture the full range of uncertainties as part of the Well Delivery Process.
Lead technical engagements with key stakeholders, both internal and external, including P&T, Partners and the Regulator (PETRONAS). Seek early alignment on technical issues and establish strong working relationships.
Ensure work is subjected to appropriate internal and external reviews to ensure that deliverables are fit-for-purpose.
Responsible for the technical quality of own work and ensuring this is assured in line with the current DEP/HSSE Critical Activities Document.
Contribute to the company's HSSE targets and aspirations. Adhere to process safety and safety critical rules relevant for Reservoir Engineering
Coach junior engineers, improving the level of competency of the RE skill pool
What we need from you:
At least 8+ years of working experience as a RE in WRFM and Field Development Studies
Sound understanding of reservoir engineering principles, and a basic understanding in the fundamentals of Geoscience and the risks and technical issues associated with subsurface, wells, and surface development opportunities.
A broad technical foundation and the ability to work independently, as well as challenge and support others.
Well-developed communication skills with the ability to work in an integrated multi-disciplinary and diverse cultural environment.
Skilled in lifecycle development from Well delivery to Abandonment, production forecasting, and business planning.
Skilled in the Control Frameworks for Petroleum Resource Volume Management and hydrocarbon maturation.
Knowledge of well and reservoir management, opportunity identification and value creation.
Skilled in DCAF&DEP and assurance requirements.
Knowledge of HSSE critical roles within the Development function.
Skilled in Reservoir Engineering software. Simulation (MoReS), IPSM-GAP,Mbal, PTA (Ecrin). Able to use and troubleshoot
Team player, with the ability to integrate with other technical staff.
Effective communication skills.
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