Reservoir Engineer — Voorburg, Netherlands

at SGS Horizon
Location Voorburg, Netherlands
Date Posted October 12, 2015
Category Reservoir Engineer
Job Type Permanent
Min. Years Experience Required 15


SGS Horizon (SGSH) is an expanding oil and gas subsurface consultancy business with complete technical expertise in petroleum engineering, reservoir engineering, well engineering, production technology, seismic interpretation, exploration and development geology and field development planning related to oil and gas operations with a main office in The Hague (The Netherlands). Projects vary from exploration regional studies to prospectively assessment, from discovery evaluation to field development planning to asset evaluation, from “Tight Gas” to Unconventional studies (oil and gas), from Redetermination studies to Reserves and Resources Evaluation. SGS Horizon’s customers are large multinational exploration and production companies, NOC’s, energy providers, small independent oil and gas companies, financial institutions and investors.

As a Senior Reservoir Engineer you will participate in integrated studies teams, carry out simulation projects, perform reserves certification and due diligence exercises and be hands-on where needed. You will have at least fifteen (15) years of relevant reservoir engineering experience, partially gained with an operator. You will have good analytical reservoir engineering skills, with experience in dynamic reservoir modeling and ideally operations. A good understanding of integration with other subsurface disciplines is essential. In addition you are a motivated self-starter and possess good written and verbal communication skills.

•MSc or PhD in science or engineering
•Project management Skills
•Fluent in written and spoken technical English
•Strong analytical and communication skills
•Enjoy working in a multi-disciplinary team environment
•Be able to work under pressure
•Solid background in classical reservoir engineering principles and methods, including experience in all of the following areas: material balance analysis, fluid characterization, SCAL data interpretation, welltest interpretation, well performance, production forecasting
•Functional understanding of geology, geophysics, petrophysics and reservoir characterization issues and how they relate to reservoir performance and development planning. Able to engage in effective two-way communication with team members from other disciplines
•Solid experience with numerical reservoir simulation and proficiency in Eclipse is required, including the building/upscaling of simulation models from static models.
•Proficiency in industry standard analytical reservoir engineering packages, including Petex IPM Suite, Saphir and/or PanSystem, PVTsim

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