|Date Posted||September 26, 2019|
1Job Purpose: Performance of petrophysical activities associated with active international exploration projects and studies (i.e. formation evaluation planning, supervision and QC of offshore deep-water operations, wireline logging activities (open and cased hole), integrated analysis of all log, core and fluid data, perforation recommendations, maintenance of petrophysical database, and integration of petrophysical results in geologic and engineering models and interpretations.2Key Result Areas:
Mentors new graduates and petrophysicists with less experience.
Works effectively with reservoir, petroleum, and drilling engineers and rig personnel.
Participates in well planning (i.e. provide wireline logging program for pre-drill documentation package; identify potential logging hazards, etc.).
Performs operations activities during drilling (i.e. pre-logging job planning with petrophysical contractors on rig(s), training of petrophysical contract personnel, interface with other Geoscience, Engineering, and Drilling personnel).
Provides on-site supervision, QC, and analysis of wireline logging operations.
Performs quick look formation evaluation methods in support of real-time decision making and provides input for selection of perforation and testing intervals.
Uses workstation based Petrophysical models to provide fully integrated field-study quality interpretations in support of geologic and reservoir modeling used in field development planning.
Maintains and ensures accuracy and completeness of petrophysical databases/ catalogs (digital and hard copy).
Contributes to the enhancement of existing and future petrophysical analysis models.
Makes recommendations regarding Routine (RCA) and Special Core Analysis (SCAL) work to be done for measurement of petrophysical parameters and supervise work.
Interfaces with shareholders to identify, develop and implement joint technical initiatives.
Monitors petrophysical contractors and checks invoices.
Provides input to support development of reservoir surveillance strategies, including design of baseline logging programs.
Participates in development of reservoir surveillance logging programs by developing wireline logging procedure for production, cased hole nuclear and cement bond logging.
Provides written input for pre-drill and post-drill well reports.
Provides operational and technical support for Wireline Formation Testing (MDT) acquisition programs and data analysis.
Provides operational and technical support for Production Logging (PLT) acquisition programs and data analysis.
Provides operational and technical support for Cement Evaluation Logging (CBL/VDL-USIT) acquisition programs and data analysis.
Develops scope of work for tendering of petrophysical services and analyzes ten
4Operating Environment, Framework and Boundaries: Multicultural, multinational, and multidisciplinary environment calls for sensitivity in the execution of this function.Some international travel may be required.5Communications and Working Relationships: Daily contact with Head of Department.Daily contact with other members of the Subsurface Group.Frequent contact with Geoscience Manager and Petrophysics and DM Manager.Frequent contact with drilling personnel.Frequent contact with contractors Frequent contact with shareholder representatives.Periodic contact with Petroleum Engineering Manager.6Problem Solving/Complexity: Complex decision-making process requiring substantial experience of local conditions and considerable academic training. Recommendations have the potential to lead to the expenditure or savings of millions of dollars - evaluating the risk/reward profile is of paramount importance.7Decision Making Authority and Responsibility: Has a high degree of discretion on areas to investigate and methodologies to pursue.Responsible for mentoring/training group members with less experience and monitoring contractors.8Knowledge Skills and Experience: Fluent in English (demonstrated verbal and written skills).Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.Minimum of a Bachelors degree in Petrophysics, Geology, or Engineering from an accredited and recognized university.Minimum of 15 years post-degree, with hands-on working experience in GoM or Brazil basinsMinimum of 5 years experience mentoring.Familiar with offshore operations and safety.Minimum of 5 years experience working in a multidisciplinary team.Minimum of 5 years carbonate reservoir experience.Minimum of 5 years new field development experience.Minimum of 5 years recent experience using petrophysical workstation and software (i.e. Geoframe, PetroWorks, Elan, etc.) to generate petrophysical interpretations.Demonstrated ability to use common PC software (MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project)