|Date Posted||January 11, 2018|
A highly reputable reservoir knowledge based Company seeks a Reservoir Engineer to provide analysis of production data of global field histories for inclusion in their Field Evaluation Reports. Applicants are invited with broad reservoir engineering experience, preferably exposure to IOR/EOR projects and a desire to help the industry optimise performance by leveraging knowledge from global hydrocarbon discoveries. An exciting permanent role!
With offices across Asia, America and in the UK, the Company has expanded their consultancy practice and services considerably over the years. Their experienced geoscientists and reservoir engineers have analysed over 1000 proven fields and reservoirs, and the facts and findings are made available online to their clients. This information is accessed by 10K+ users from national/state oil companies to small independents and is vital for verifying exploration and production hypotheses and increasing confidence in E&P; decisions. They are the leading provider of reservoir analog knowledge providing clients with a cost-effective and systematic way to validate their play concepts, benchmark prospects, examine their field development plans, and compare their field performance through well-established examples and proven experiences. The ability to maximise the value of their E&P; assets and reduce risk for exploration, development and production has made this a very valuable source of information.
This is an exciting role for a Reservoir Engineer who understands the issues surrounding field operations, who can identify the important values to be validated and included in the overall analysis and reporting. Although it is imperative to liaise closely with the geologists in developing the Field Reports, it is felt that some flexibility re working from home may be feasible.
Responsibilities: Reporting to the Content Manager this role encompasses many functions including:
Become competent in the Company’s suite of software solutions, services, work flows and practices.
Provide analysis of published production data on global field case histories for use in the Company’s Field Evaluation Reports.
Provide technical input to other Company projects
Provide technical input to product development.
Select, analyse and compile appropriate published data for construction of production history curves for field/reservoir case histories.
Carry out online searches and collection of production data.
Liaise effectively in corroborating data with the Company’s team of experienced petroleum geologists.
Liaise effectively with the Company’s reservoir engineers across global offices.
Preferences: The successful candidate will have:
Earth Science Degree essential.
Proven broad based Reservoir Engineering essential
Exposure to a range of IOR and EOR projects highly desired.
Previous experience working with an operating oil and gas company highly desired.
Desire to help the industry optimise performance by leveraging knowledge from global hydrocarbon discoveries.
Must be analytical - attention to detail is key with the ability to identify and validate all of the key values.
Working knowledge of geological evaluations and reporting desired.
Enjoys being part of an integrated, multi-disciplinary team that welcomes challenges, can see the bigger picture and respond to a changing and pressured marketplace.
Ability to identify and help develop potential new products desired.
Strong project management skills essential – ability to schedule, to organise, manage and prioritise your projects.
A strong sense of curiosity re new reservoir techniques, market trends/practices, available data sources…
Strong communication skills - ability to discuss findings/understanding with colleagues to reach conclusions
Package: An attractive salary of between £60K - 80K is on offer dependent on skills and experience. An Annual bonus is on offer depending on personal and company performance.
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