Senior Reservoir Engineer - Technical Studies in Lagos, Nigeria

at Hobark International
Location Lagos, Nigeria
Date Posted December 4, 2017
Category Reservoir Engineer
Job Type Permanent

Description

Implement reservoir/petroleum engineering workflows such as reservoir analytical and/or numerical modelling, EOS and fluid characterisation, reservoir rock characterisation, pressure and rate transient analysis, decline curve analysis, single well nodal analysis and integrated production network modelling.
Participate in reservoir and wells monitoring and surveillance.
Provide production forecasts and reserves estimates for the assets for planning and reserves reporting.
Provide reservoir engineering input into field development plans and ATDs and present same to partners and local approval agencies
Carry out in-house subsurface studies as may be required to assist in development decisions.
 Recommend and prepare detailed data gathering programmes (pressure surveys, PLTs etc.) for fields and reservoirs based on Asset Team requirements.
Contribute to technical and value assurance processes (peer assist/reviews, functional reviews, integrated readiness reviews).
Provide support for third party contractors studies including scoping of the technical work, project management, compliance with agreed scopes of work and contract ceilings.
Mentor and develop junior engineers.

Qualification:

B.Sc. or M.Sc. degree in Petroleum Engineering.
Membership of relevant professional organisation(s) such as SPE is desirable but not necessarily a prerequisite. Experience
Good oil industry experience and knowledge of subject discipline area.
Minimum of 12 years experience in the Oil and Gas Industry (Petroleum Engineering), of which at least 10 years must have been spent conducting integrated reservoir and other technical studies.
Expert proficiency in Petrel RE, Eclipse Suite, Petroleum Expert Suites (MBAL/Prosper/GAP/Resolve), Kappa (Saphir/Topaze) and OFM.
Sound understanding other related disciplines (Geology, Geophysics, Drilling, Facilities, Economics) especially working knowledge of static modelling workflows.

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