|Location||Tulsa, United States|
|Date Posted||June 19, 2018|
Coordinates and performs complex level of reservoir engineering activities relative to hydrocarbon storage fields and gas supply acquisition.
Essential Functions and Responsibilities
Direct and conduct technical and engineering studies for hydrocarbon storage including but not limited to:
Prepare well workover programs
Prepare fall-off tests
Coordinate annual gamma-ray logging program
Evaluate state agency regulatory programs
Research, review, and/or evaluate information including but not limited to:
Well plugging programs
Governmental regulations/legal documents
Gas acquisition analysis
Shut-in tests of storage facilities
Communicate with and/or provide information and assistance to management, contractors, governmental agencies, employees, and others on matters including but not limited to:
Operations, problems, and resolutions
Work in progress
Geological analysis and interpretations
Prospect reviews and reserve evaluations
Governmental filings (permits, notices, and tests)
Environmental, technical, and legislative issues
Calculate, compile, and/or prepare information and reports including but not limited to:
Engineering studies and recommendations
Project status, activities, explanations, and proposals
Reservoir, secondary recovery, and behind‑pipe studies and reports
Reservoir and geological field studies for gas supply
Pressure reduction analysis
Regular and reliable attendance is required in performance of job.
Employee may be required to perform additional duties as assigned.
Education and Experience
Bachelor's degree in engineering PLUS job‑related knowledge or experience as follows:
Experience with and thorough knowledge of reservoir engineering functions including field operations, equipment installation, and project management.
Experience researching and analyzing information, identifying problems, and providing alternatives and/or recommendations on matters related to storage, workover, and completion of oil and gas wells; technical and engineering studies; and regulatory compliance.
Application of math, advanced algebra, geometry, and trigonometry.
Experience in use and function of office equipment including calculators, microcomputers, and related hardware and software.
Specialized training related to:
Equipment design and operation
Public speaking/interpersonal communication skills
Experience researching, analyzing, composing, and/or preparing engineering studies, geological statistics, reports, cost analyses, memorandums, policies and procedures, contracts, lease agreements, and governmental forms.
Experience reviewing and interpreting governmental regulations, technical reports, engineering studies, manuals, contracts, technical trade journals, publications, and correspondence.
Experience developing information, conducting meetings, and making presentations to groups and individuals.
Experience negotiating, directing, advising, and communicating effectively.
Demonstrated ability to read and write fluently in English.
Communicate and/or exchange information and instructions; conduct oral presentations.
Certification and Licensing
Applicable driver’s license. Requires travel to other offices and facilities and to job sites.
Mobility to travel in and around plant and office facilities and around job sites out-of-doors.
Ability to operate tools and equipment required.
Sufficient to perform job duties.