Senior Reservoir Engineer - Sharjah Emirate

at Fircroft
Location Sharjah Emirate, United Arab Emirates
Date Posted August 10, 2015
Category Reservoir Engineer
Job Type Contract
Min. Years Experience Required 8


The Role:
Planning and forecasting duties:
· Participate in Planning of new RDP/FRDP and Field Production Optimization projects.
· Provision of reserves and production forecasts, sensitivities and risk evaluations for projects economic evaluations.
· Formulate alternatively field - reservoir development scenarios tailored to specific conditions
· Participate in planning, monitoring and following-up of horizontal, highly deviated wells.
· Providing calibrated simulation models from special history matching techniques based and alternative scenarios for production predictions.
· Drive projects towards results within expected time, quality and budget constraints.
· Plan and track work related to project goals

· Work within integrated reservoir studies teams, field development and implementation teams.
· Draw up Reservoir Engineering for new technology opportunities on Reservoir Simulation within Integrated Reservoir Modelling using Petrel RE, Eclipse or similar.
· Assure support and guidance to Asset of projects implementation, production monitoring and analysis to verify compliance with forecast
· Calculate hydrocarbon-in-place and reserves estimations.
· Participate in auditing
· Undertake new & mature field development/redevelopment studies, production forecasting and optimisation.
· Undertake development and redevelopment studies of water-flood, heavy-oil, and enhanced oil recovery projects as well as involvement in their implementation, management & optimisation.
· Perform reservoir and project risk assessments and assist with decision and economic analysis.
· Involvement in well test design & analysis, decline analysis and risk analysis.
· Providing technical expertise on Reservoir Simulation and Integrated Reservoir Modelling across Petroleum Engineering department studies and projects.

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
· A university degree in Engineering, preferably in Petroleum Engineering, or any other related discipline.

· Minimum 8 years of relevant Reservoir Engineering: reservoir evaluation, field development and reservoir management.

· Proficiency in spoken and written English.

· Ability to evaluate field development opportunities by integrating geology, geophysics, petrophysics, reservoir, well & production facility data.

· Strong analytical approach in solving complex technical problems within a multi-disciplined environment.

· Proficient reporting and presentation skills.

· Ability to work within a cross-functional, multi-cultural team.

· Proficient in the use of the industry standard reservoir engineering software (MBal, Prosper, PVTP; Crystal Ball; Topaze; Saphir; Petrel RE; Eclipse or similar)

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