|Date Posted||December 29, 2015|
|Min. Years Experience Required||15|
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Halliburton’s Integrated Asset Management (IAM) organization is seeking a Sr. Reservoir Engineering Advisor to support mature fields and unconventional re-frac projects globally.
Under broad direction from senior management and with support from engineering and operations staff across all Halliburton product service lines (PSLs), the Senior Reservoir Engineer works within a senior, multi-discipline petro technical team to develop and apply advanced reservoir engineering techniques in support of the evaluation and development of potentially large, yet challenging oil and gas field development projects for potential investment.
The mission is to add value to IAM by identifying innovative ways to apply Halliburton technology, service capability and expertise within the context of reservoir understanding in order to define new, step-change field exploitation methodologies.
- Target projects for IAM Assets involvement are typically located in resource plays (ie: tight gas, fractured shales, and coal bed methane) or mature fields having significant subsurface control, 3D seismic and/or other data that will benefit from detailed reservoir evaluation and advanced E&P technology.
The Senior Reservoir Engineer will support prospect evaluation work by providing:
- Historical offset well performance evaluation (production decline curve analysis),
- Determination of reservoir rock and fluid properties,
- Deterministic as well as probabilistic in-place hydrocarbon volumetric calculations,
- Static reservoir modeling, dynamic reservoir simulation, well test analysis, field (re-)development planning,
- Recommendations for production enhancement, EUR / recovery efficiency analysis,
- Forecasts of future production performance, preliminary economic analysis, and other work related to reservoir understanding / development.
Education and Experience:
- Minimum 15 years of reservoir engineering experience in mature fields, conventional and unconventional fields required.
- Bachelor’s Degree in Reservoir, Petroleum Engineering, Geology or related discipline required, and with preference for graduate level education