Well Planning Geophysicist in Stavanger, Norway

at Acona
Location Stavanger, Norway
Date Posted May 8, 2019
Category Geophysicist
Job Type Permanent


On behalf of our client we are seeking a Well Planning Geophysicist, the position is required to obtain geophysical perspective with respect to maximizing the long-term value of Ekofisk asset. The position collaborates with a multi-disciplinary team to plan drilling opportunities within the Greater Ekofisk Area.
Start up: 15/07/2019
duration: approx 12 months
minimum Bachelor’s or Master's degree in related field
Strong skillset in geophysics including 4D seismic evaluation. Knowledge related to other core subsurface disciplines including reservoir engineering and geology is an advantage.
Takes ownership of actions and follows through on commitments
Delivers results through realistic planning to accomplish goals
Generates effective solutions based on available information
Models adaptability: responds resourcefully, flexibly, and positively when faced with new challenges and demands
Partners collaboratively across boundaries to achieve business goals
Planning, execution, and post evaluation of producers and injectors drilled in the Greater Ekofisk Area.
Deliver geophysical input to all milestones and deliverables identified in the Well Design and Delivery Process (WDDP).
Provide input to wells drilling program and Final Well Report (FWR).
Support detailed new well planning seismic interpretation, and other field data to ensure the best possible trajectory.
Work closely with Wells to ensure geophysical uncertainties and risks are understood and drilling plans optimized.
Provide geophysical input to geosteering plan and procedures
Participation in real time geosteering duty rooster, both for reservoir geosteering and casing point selection.
Close co-operation with the Reservoir Characterization and Geophysical Implementation Team in the planning of new production and injection wells.
Involvement in special projects working with Reservoir Characterization team to integrate new data into the geological and reservoir models.

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