Senior Petrophysicist (Oslo, Norway)

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

Description

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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