Wellsite Geologist in Anchorage, United States

at Nitro Pro Energy Services
Location Anchorage, United States
Date Posted December 5, 2018
Category Geologist
Job Type Permanent

Description

RESPONSIBILITIES:

The duties and responsibilities for this role are as follows:

Attend Pre-Spud and review technical package, objectives and drilling program;
Collect and review required well site reference data, technical package, correlation / offset logs, maps, prognosis;
Coordinate securing onsite equipment, logistical support and transportation;
Establish operational contact links Onsite Drilling
Sample evaluation and description;
Lithology (by percentage);
Reservoir analysis: consolidation; grain size; roundness; porosity; cementation;
Description of constituents;
Hydrocarbons show analysis and description: stain; visual cut; surface florescence; cut florescence; percentage of HOT occluding porosity;
Sample quality control and documentation;
Pick casing point: isopachs; changes in drilling parameters; samples;
Pick core point: isopachs; changes in drilling parameters; samples;
Log correlation/Interpretation;
Formation and fluid marker picks;
Revise marker and target projections;
Casing point and TD determination;
Advise town personnel on changes needed in well plan;
Log Quality Control;
Depth control and tie in on sidetracks, conventional wells, and CTU;
Onsite Quality Control, MWD / Wireline-DPC.
Provide service company with oil normalization zone for MCNL;
Observe acquisition and quality control of a full logging suite;
Communication;
Rig Supervisor: Geologic risks, morning meeting, and casing point / casing tallies;
Directional driller: Target objective coordination, geosteering requirements;
Advise logging company of program revisions, timing;
Advise MWD and mud logging personnel of program requirements and revisions.
Forward daily reports, files and interpreted data to Operators representative and partners;
Regular interface with town geologist as needed and when TD is reached; Additional Horizontal / HA Drilling Procedures
Wellbore landings and target adjustments to drill data;
Geo-Steering;
Forward projections and apparent thickness corrections;
Fault recognition;
Daily File / Documentation and Final Documentation Maintenance;
Daily Report, Interpreted Geosurvey, Lithology;
Interpreted Daily Log with Target Projections;
Final Perforation Recommendations;
Final Operations Report and Interpreted Log and File(s):
EXPERIENCE & KNOWLEDGE:

To be considered for this role, applicants must have the following qualifications:

Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in Geology
Approximately 2-3 years relevant industry experience in operations and production geology
Ability to focus effort and prioritize work to deliver business value while drilling; must work well under pressure and adapt efficiently to fast-paced operations;
Strong technical grounding in petroleum operations, operations and production geology, drilling and
completions, and field development;

Excellent communication skills, strong team player, open and transparent communicator across diverse multidiscipline teams.

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