|Date Posted||July 17, 2018|
Required qualifications, experience and expertise:
Minimum fifteen (15) years of experience in reservoir engineering activities emphasizing large carbonate reservoirs.
Significant experience working on mature oil fields under water flood.
Strong background in reservoir surveillance and optimization.
Experience in reservoir fluid sampling, fluid property modelling, routine and special core analysis.
Strong background in well test interpretation, material balance modelling and performance modelling of vertical and horizontal wells.
Experience in reserves evaluation, classification, and booking.
Must have strong teamwork skills, and it would be an advantage to have experience working in a multicultural environment.
Must be able to communicate effectively with peers, less experienced staff, field staff, and management.
Must have experience mentoring less experienced engineers.
Must have experience/knowledge of current computer software for reservoir engineering applications.
B.Sc. is required in Petroleum Engineering or Chemical Engineering, or Mechanical Engineering.
Preferable experience and expertise:
Experience in numerical reservoir simulation in using of Eclipse100 and 300 in particular, history matching and field development.
Experience in EOR techniques such as miscible/ immiscible and CO2 injection.
Experience in applying reservoir knowledge and skills to assess field compartmentalization issues and problems.
Experience working knowledge of gas condensate reservoir as well as gas field development experience.
Desirable to have knowledge of geo-statistics, integrated reservoir characterization, fault and fracture studies as well as risk assessment/management.
Experience in static reservoir modelling and description.
Experience in working with standard reservoir engineering software:
Simulation – Eclipse 100 and 300 in particular and other software related to the Eclipse suite of programs.
Fluid property modelling – PVTi.
Material balance – MBAL.
Well test interpretation – SAPHIR.
Reservoir surveillance – OFM.
Well performance modelling – Prosper.