Reservoir/Fracture Modeler- 9327 in Oklahoma City, United States

at Bergaila & Associates, Inc.
Location Oklahoma City, United States
Date Posted February 25, 2020
Category Reservoir Engineer
Job Type Permanent

Description

Overview:
We are currently seeking a Reservoir/Fracture Modeler for a contract opportunity in Oklahoma City, OK OR Houston, TX. Our client offers oilfield services and products worldwide, making it one of the largest oil field service companies, with operations in over 70 countries.
Responsibilities:
The Fracture/Reservoir consultant will have the following roles and responsibilities:
Use CGM and/or GOPHER to Integrate numerical reservoir simulation with hydraulic Fracture modeling via history matching against ProductionGenerate Reservoir SimulationsMap/analyze Fracture mechanicsGenerate Rate transient analysisPerform Completions AnalysisGenerate Geo Mechanical evaluations and model Geomechnical attributes.Model/analyze natural fracture networking Must be able to work well in a diverse team and have clear and have great communication and presentation skills.Working with customers, demonstrates knowledge of existing and emerging technology and product areas.Communicates to individual clients how the use of technology solutions allow them to be more productive.Is able to articulate and apply mainstay process for assignment delivery. As an individual contributes to project teams.Effectively plans and manages own workload to meet desired service level targets.Maintains a consistent client-focused approach with clients and/or individuals.
Qualifications:Bachelor's Degree required, Master's Degree preferred5 years of experience in Petroleum Geophysics, Reservoir/Rock Mechanics, Rock Fracture MechanicsExperience using GOPHER or CGM as a means of staff augmentation to assist with reservoir evaluation.

Expertise in both Fracture modeling and Reservoir modeling is ideal to assist in workflows related to unconventional reservoir analysis including but not limited to:Production history matching, fracture evaluation (spacing and orientation),Production analysis (decline cure analysis and cross plotting)Microseismic evaluation/interpretationNatural fracture modeling, and reservoir modeling

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