|Location||United Arab Emirates|
|Date Posted||November 7, 2016|
|Min. Years Experience Required||10|
Build reservoir simulation models (Full filed & Sector) to ensure latest reservoir and other data and knowledge are "tired and tested" in the test models before being rolled over to the operational FF model.
Provides up dated GIIP and single well production forecasts to be used in economic analyses. Key Accountabilities Functional Accountabilities
1Technical Contribution :
- Utilities reservoir simulation models based Geo-model and fluid uncertainties to refine estimates in field total and field accessible GIIP.
- Identify and Manage key sub surface uncertainties.
- Work closely with Reservoir Studies Geologist to identify optional method and degree of up-scaling from Geo-model to Dynamic model.
- Constructs sector models to assist in understanding the impact of reservoir heterogeneity, fractures and other reservoir properties may have on well production.
- Integrate results of all existing well test data, PVT fluids analysis, SCAL and routine core analysis into reservoir model.
4Technology Enhancement :
- Staying up-to- date with the latest software developments and new applications which ?are of potential value to the Division.
- To attend conferences, seminars and to review technical periodicals. Minimum Requirements
Academic Qualification: -Minimum BSc Reservoir / Petroleum Engineering Work Experience - Minimum 10 - 15 years Reservoir Engineering experience, including proficiency with simulation software (PSIM, Eclipse); volumetric analysis; material balance; well performance & monitoring; risk & uncertainty analysis. Professional Certifications Job Skills: (Technical / Non-technical) - Recent hands on expertise of Full Filed sector simulation modelling, sensitivity analysis.
- Large development project experience. Oil and Gas in Middle East experience is a plus.
- Interpersonal and communication skills.
- Decision-making and prioritizing abilities.
- Analytical & Creative Bent of Mind.
- Proficient in English.