|Location||Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates|
|Date Posted||October 29, 2018|
JOB PURPOSE :
Provides guidelines and directions to all assets on potential areas on sedimentology, diagenesis, mapping, petrophysical properties, link between geology and petrophysics, rock-typing, log typing. Defines and updates workflows, methodologies and procedures in alignment with industry best practices.
Provides technical support, advisory and training to THE COMPANY staff, Acts as technical authority in domain of Carbonate Reservoir Geology.
Job Specific Accountabilities
Represents technical authority for Carbonate Reservoir Geology in THE COMPANY.
Defines standards for sedimentology, diagenesis and petrophysics across THE COMPANY Asset Teams (SOPs).
Supports assets in determining opportunities to develop studies to assist with reservoir characterisation and surface-subsurface integration.
Identifies challenges across all assets and implements new technologies and workflows.
Captures lessons learned / best practices and ensures their communication and consistency across assets.
Participates directly and indirectly in technical staff development (training, coaching, career development)
Understands and promotes the company’s health, safety & environmental policy and objectives; performs work in accordance with the company’s established rules, regulations and approved procedures; intervenes to stop unsafe acts and practices; and is concerned for the wellbeing and safety of own self and others, including all contracted labor force.
Plan and conduct meetings / workshops with assets to ensure they receive the necessary technical support and advice on Petrophysics(Formation evaluation from logs) initiatives.
Integrates all geological and geophysical data to define reservoirs configurations, lateral and vertical changes in stratigraphic sequence, lithofacies, depositional environments and Petrophysical properties, Integrates geological and reservoir data and establishes rock typing schemes and reservoir characterization models for each reservoir.
Interprets various geological data of the developed and undeveloped reservoirs and recommends wells locations with estimation of geological markers, oil and gas zones, coring, testing and well logging.
Analyses, interprets and quality controls all geological data and ensures updates data base. Advises Reservoir, Drilling and Petroleum Engineers on various geological aspects of well completion and workover programs.
Prepares and periodically, updates reservoir maps such as structural contour maps, Isopach maps, lithofacies maps and poro – perm maps. Prepares and provides geological data pertaining to projects in search for oil and gas.
Ensures cores are dispatched for necessary tests, verifies contractor’s core reports and checks related invoices, initiate scoring and routine analysis programs and SCAL program with Reservoir Engineers.
Provides technical advice and assist reservoir engineers when coordinating all special core analysis with service companies, ensures that the coring lists and coring maps book are regularly updated.
Quality controls and integrates all geological data to construct a robust Geological model that serves the backbone for dynamic model and future field development, ensure the updating of geological model by updating the new acquired data.
Organizes and contributes to internal and external knowledge sharing initiatives.
QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE, KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS
B.Sc. /Master degree in Petroleum Engineering or Geology.
Minimum Experience & Knowledge & Skills
15 years in petro-technical discipline (Reservoir Engineering, Petroleum Engineering, Geoscience), of which 5 years in a specialist role. International experience is preferable.
Track recording maturing and applying new technologies and participation in R& D projects.