|Location||North Sea, United Kingdom|
|Date Posted||November 14, 2018|
EnQuest are one of the leading UK independent oil operators in the North Sea with a dynamic management team and exciting growth plans to develop further in the UKCS and internationally.
We are seeking professionals to join a creative, agile and collaborative organisation, who want to contribute to and benefit from a company widely recognised as leading the future of the North Sea.
Following a series of successful drilling and workover campaigns in our Northern North Sea assets EnQuest continues to seek to maximise value from this core area. Opportunities include infill drilling, reservoir management optimisation, new developments and hub area growth. In order to support this activity EnQuest is seeking a Senior Reservoir Engineer to play a key role in bringing opportunities to fruition. Both staff and contract roles will be considered.
The role is wide ranging and will provide an opportunity to utilise and develop various reservoir engineering skills, including infill well target evaluation, waterflood management, advanced simulation techniques, classical reservoir engineering and the evaluation of business development opportunities.
The successful applicant will have a passion for using their technical skills and experience as part of an integrated multi-disciplinary team. Extensive mature waterflood experience is important, preferably in North Sea Brent reservoirs. Strong simulation skills are key but must be complemented by classical techniques and a solid knowledge of well interventions and production logging.
PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES (key tasks/services for which incumbent is responsible)
Play a lead role in identifying remaining potential in EnQuest’s NNS assets, and in the hub area. Evaluate options to access additional reserve & production, bringing new concepts to the table.
Generate an opportunity set and recommend alternative Life of Field Plans.
Work closely with petroleum engineers in the identification & evaluation production adding well-work opportunities
Construct and history match simulation models, working closely through this process with an experienced multi-disciplinary subsurface team.
Implement the latest generation of reservoir modelling methodologies and software to explore alternative scenarios and manage uncertainty
Support the reservoir modelling analysis with classical reservoir engineering analysis to confirm and validate forecasts and opportunities.
Identify and evaluate drilling, workover and other development opportunities and work with an innovative well engineering team to mature well designs to drill ready status and then support the Execute phase for any operational decisions.
Carry out screening economic analysis
Generate Life of Field forecasts and provide input to the end of year reserves process
Understand and communicate field performance and develop reservoir management plans; present to management and joint venture partners.
Participate in peer assists and peer reviews and seek input from others to ensure technical high quality is achieved in evaluations.
Enthusiastic and self-motivated team player with the ability to positively influence other similarly experienced colleagues.
Good communication and presentation skills and ability to articulate evidence, analysis and conclusions in a clear and concise manner
Sets high standards of self and others and delivers on commitments
Skills & Experience
Demonstrable track record of utilising Reservoir Engineering skills to identify development opportunities, in a variety of North Sea fields.
Significant work experience with industry standard modelling packages (preferably PetrelRE, TNavigator, PETEX suite, Kappa well testing software)
Working knowledge of petroleum geology, geophysics and petrophysics to enable integration within a multidisciplinary team.
UK North Sea experience, some of which would preferably have been gained with an Operator.
A working knowledge of production engineering and well engineering.
Degree Qualified in Reservoir or Petroleum Engineering, or equivalent.
Able to demonstrate continuing professional and personal development
The closing date for this role is the 29th November 2018, all applications much be received by this date.