|Location||Austin, United States|
|Date Posted||December 19, 2017|
This is a technical Reservoir Engineering Team Lead position for Eagle Ford Asset. The position reports to US Onshore Well Performance Leader. Prospective candidates must be highly skilled from a technical standpoint with experience working in onshore US resource plays. In addition to an exceptional technical skillset we are looking for engineers with some leadership experience and desire.
Mentor and help develop less experienced Reservoir Engineers by providing guidance
Demonstrate ability to solve complex problems
Evaluate and monitor well performances
Generate production well forecasts
Work closely with other departments
Must have strong knowledge of economic evaluation and financial metrics
Improve efficiency in data analysis
Extensive exposure to unconventional resources, ideally having worked in Eagle Ford asset
Minimum education: Bachelor's Degree required - Petroleum Engineering is preferred
Spotfire experience required. Some other data analytics is preferred
Well versed in economic modeling software (ARIES or similar)
Experience utilizing information from multiple public data sources
Experience with reservoir engineering tools such as Fekete, KAPPA Suite
Experience with probabilistic and risk analysis tools
This position requires excellent communication skills. This includes internal with management and technical positions in the office as well as with our operating partners
Bachelor or Master’s Degree in an Engineering discipline
10+ years industry experience
Knowledge and ability to work with IHS Harmony or KAPPA, Aries and Spotfire
Position requires strong technical skills, ability to work well with others and a desire to make a difference on potentially large impact opportunities
Independent, self-motivated, creative, results oriented, can work to given deadlines
Experience with unconventional reservoirs
Ability to effectively use well data and production databases (IHS, HPDI, Access, Drilling Info etc.)
Some Field visits may be required
Office Based in Austin, TX
Ability to live by "I am safety" expectations
Excellent communication skills and the ability to work effectively in a collaborative environment
Very strong oral and written skills are required, as is the ability and desire to work in a multi-discipline team environment
Strong interpersonal skills
Well structured work practices
Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines
Flexible and a team worker
Ability and willingness to teach others
Able to adhere to and contribute to development of best practices
Commitment to Statoil ethics and HSE standards
Statoil offers a competitive salary and a comprehensive benefit package. Statoil is an equal opportunity employer.
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