|Date Posted||October 16, 2017|
The Senior Petrophysicist/ Petrophysicist works closely with geologists, engineers, geophysicists, and reservoir modelers to identify, develop and execute economically successful development projects. Required roles will include both operational coordination of well evaluation programs, and support for major field studies.
The Senior Petrophysicist/ Petrophysicist responsibilities include but not limited to:
Coordinates logging activities to support Drilling and Operations.
Designs evaluation programs, monitors their execution and evaluates the quality of the recorded data.
Advocates accurate and efficient data acquisition.
Analyzes and interprets newly logged wells to support team operations.
Stores and maintains interpreted log data.
Provides petrophysical interpretations for field studies, including water saturation, permeability, capillary pressure, and other rock properties.
Support daily Geo-steering activities and support surveillance activities, mainly water flooding (Production Logging).
Designs, coordinates, and evaluates core acquisition and analysis.
Analysis of all well log measurements and translate them into representative Multi-well Reservoir Petrophysical Model that can be used for developing the field.
Contribute with the team and together with the client, to translate petrophysical interpretation into representative Geologic Models to be used for field development plan.
Mentor other Petrophysicists.
Conduct all tasks related to multi-well reservoir Petrophysics.
Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in Engineering or Geosciences.
A minimum of 5 years’ experience in the Petrophysics area.
Strong background on carbonate petrophysics and Lucia rock characterization.
Familiar with saturation height function.
Familiar with Interactive Petrophysics Software or Techlog Software.
Ability to work among a multidisciplinary team.
Strong teamwork, presentation and people skills, with good client facing skills.
Good communication and interpersonal skills.
Excellent PC skills.