|Location||Rio de Janeiro, Brazil|
|Date Posted||August 21, 2019|
Production engineering work in pre-salt field development projects;An integrator between production engineering, reservoir engineering, well solutions, flow assurance and subsea engineering;Perform well hydraulic modeling and optimization;Planning of production monitoring and optimization;Planning of lower completion and chemical stimulation;Participate in the planning of and ensuring an optimal data acquisition program in appraisal wells and future production/injection wells (design premises for drill stem tests, fluid sampling);Follow-up of external studies (PVT/fluid, production chemistry, etc);Ensure the production technology work is done in accordance with Equinor's requirements;Provide production technology input to the design basis of the projects;Participate and share performed work in license meetings with partners;Some traveling should be anticipated.
Qualifications5-7 years´ experience with proven deliveries;Broad technological background within production/petroleum engineering, preferably in pre-salt fields;Good understanding of petroleum industry value chain;Experience from production and injection, preferably in carbonate and pre-salt reservoirs;Experience with chemical stimulation in carbonate reservoirs;Hands-on experience with commercial production engineering tools, such as IPM suite (Prosper/GAP);Experience with Kappa suite (Sapphire, Ecrin) and PVTSim is an advantage;Experience with early phase project development as well as fields in production;
Experience with these topics would be an advantage:
o Well test analysis and planning
o Subsea production systems
o Flow assurance
Relevant experience may compensate for formal qualifications.
Personal QualitiesProactive by nature, takes initiative and has ability to work independently as needed;Embraces cooperation with others;Willing to test and utilize new technology and methods;Ability to drive internal processes through interaction with other organizational units;Ability to handle a high work load and tight deadlines when needed;Performs well under pressure;Creative, independent and flexible in a multicultural business environment;Team player with ability to work and communicate across disciplinary borders;Ability to take and give constructive feedback;Good communication skills and strong command of the English and Portuguese language, both oral and written.Ability to live by our safety and security expectations.
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