Senior Reservoir Engineer Simulation in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

at Spark Maintenance & Oil-field Services Establishment
Location Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates
Date Posted May 1, 2019
Category Reservoir Engineer
Job Type Permanent

Description

Abu DhabiJob Description :

Carries out routine reservoir engineering functions as assigned and attends well surveillance operations when required to provide guidance in test procedures or immediate analysis of results. Receives and calibrates pressure test elements and ensures timely updating of well data, charts, plots and data files. Contributes to the development of depletions strategy of assigned reservoirs in conjunction with more experienced team members. Undertakes routine studies to attain stated objectives and translate results into operational guidelines.
Participates in reservoir/well evaluation studies and monitors the performance of oil/gas and injection wells. Includes collating relevant data; checking quality of received logs; calculating well injectivity index; identifying decline rate by sector/flank/type of reservoir and aquifer/ completion type; interpolating flow and build-up test data; and describing well behavior.
Runs computer simulation models to history match past performance of reservoirs and predict future behavior under direction of more experienced engineer.
Compiles and runs reservoir models to identify various aspects of reservoir behaviors which will be translated into operational requirements to maximize recovery and meet production quotas.
Establishes and follow up reservoir study work program to optimize hydrocarbon recovery in the assigned reservoirs. Includes reviewing/analyzing findings and implementing study recommendations.
Monitors pressure behavior in assigned reservoirs and aquifers by examining and calculating survey data from observation wells to establish/confirm trends, investigates and explains anomalies and recommends remedial actions.
Monitors pressure behavior in assigned reservoirs and aquifers by examining and calculating survey data from observation wells to establish/confirm trends, investigates and explains anomalies and recommends remedial actions.
Minimum Criteria :
B. Sc. In Petroleum Engineering, math, physics or equivalent.
5 years' experience in general petroleum engineering including 2 years in reservoir engineering with good knowledge of computer applications and simulation techniques.

Other Information :

last day of submission May 15,2019 not later than 3:00 PM

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