Senior Petrophysicist (Oslo, Norway)

Location Oslo, Head office, Norway
Date Posted August 13, 2017
Category Petrophysicist
Job Type Permanent
Min. Years Experience Required 10


DNO is looking for a petrophysicist to work with G&G team in Oslo and provide petrophysical support to a mutli-disciplinary team involving geology, drilling and reservoir engineering in both exploration and development for all of DNO’s business units, including DNO Kurdistan and Norway licenses. 

Key responsibilities

  • Provide operational support to drilling wells including quality control and quality assurance of data, log analysis, post-drilling analysis, petrophysical reporting and data preparation for Petrel Studio.
  • Lead planning and execution of formation evaluation programs to optimize team objectives.
  • Provide petrophysical support to other disciplines: geophysics, rock physics etc. as business needs require. 
  • Communicate with logging vendors.
  • Propose new technologies for data acquisition improvement.

Required qualifications & experience 

  • Minimum 10 years of relevant experience in petrophysical evaluation
  • Significant experience in naturally fractured carbonate reservoirs is preferred
  • Competent experience in siliciclastic reservoir
  • Expertise in rock typing, pore typing and saturation-height modelling
  • Working experience with Interactive Petrophysics
  • Field-engineering experience in a logging company is preferred
  • Working knowledge of the other disciplines (to know what needs to be done)
  • Working knowledge in geomechanics

Key attributes

  • Technical competency and high standards in quality of work delivered
  • Independent worker, pro-active and self-motivated
  • Ability to learn new software
  • Flexible, adaptable, problem solving, resourceful
  • Good interpersonal, presentation, communication and reporting skills (fluency in verbal and written English language), including recognition of local cultural requirements
  • Ability to work independently, in team and across functional groups
  • Initiative and desire to learn and expand within role

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