|Date Posted||July 17, 2018|
Required qualifications, experience and expertise:
Minimum fifteen (15) years of work experience as Geophysicist or as a seismic interpreter. Must have undertaken field and reservoir studies and be able to integrate geologic, well, and geophysical data.
Must have worked on mature producing fields where the integration of production data has been used to constrain their maps and interpretations.
Must have experience in geophysical risk analysis for proposed well locations.
Must have carbonate reservoir experience and use seismic stratigraphy concepts in project work
Must be highly knowledgeable in all aspects of surface seismic acquisition and processing.
Must have strong teamwork skills, and it would be an advantage to have experience working in a multicultural environment.
Must be able to communicate effectively with peers, less experienced staff, field staff, and management.
Must have experience mentoring less experienced geoscientists.
Must have experience/knowledge of current computer software for geophysical applications.
B.Sc. in Geology or Geophysics is required.
Preferable experience and expertise:
Experience at project specification, bidding, and execution in surface seismic and VSP acquisition, processing, and interpretation.
Working knowledge of seismic attribute analysis to model rock properties, sedimentary faces and depositional architecture.
Experience in applying structural geology concepts and methods to assess compartmentalization/communication due to faulting and fracturing.
In -depth knowledge of fault and fracture detection, and to have worked with modelers to incorporate interpretations into 3D geologic models.
General understanding of the major elements of reservoir engineering, like the interpretation of well tests and tracer data.
M.Sc. or Ph.D. degree.
Experience in working with standard production geosciences software:
Interpretation, mapping, visualization: Petrel and R5000