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WELL CONTROL SPECIALIST JOBS

Houston, Texas

Leading Energy Company is seeking an experienced Well Control Specialist to join their global organization in Houston, Texas.  In this key role, you will use your expertise developing standards for the organization, provide expertise and consultive role during all phases of drilling.  You will be the go to person for evaluating well control simulations and provide guidance on all Manage Pressure Drillings.  As the consummate specialist you will coordinate with all rig contractors and outside consultants.

The ideal candidate will have a Bachelor’s Degree in Petroleum or Mechanical Engineering.  A Master’s degree is highly preferred.  At least ten (10) years of significant drilling completion experience with an expertise in well control.  Expertise in Well Control simulation software as well as all MS Office products required. The selected candidate will be offered an exceptional above market Total Compensation Package including an outstanding array of benefits.

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PETROPHYSICIST JOBS HOUSTON

PETROPHYSICIST JOBS HOUSTON

Houston, Texas

Global E&P organization is seeking an experienced Petrophysicist to join their Houston office.  In this key role, you will develop and provide the organization with cutting edge quantitative methods and techniques as you prepare the characterization, data analysis and geomodeling of oil reservoirs.  You primary focus will be on unconventional hydrocarbon E&P.

A Master in Engineering or Physics is required.  PhD is highly preferred.  Ideal candidate will at least ten (10) years of E&P industry experience in petrophysics (experimental), or other fields of petroleum technologies related to geology.  Previous experience in subsurface petroleum technology is required.

The chosen candidate will be offered an exceptional Total Compensation Package including an above market base salary and a generous bonus incentive structure.  Relocation assistance is available.

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Senior Reservoir Engineering Consultant Jobs in Houston

SENIOR RESERVOIR ENGINEERING CONSULTANT

HOUSTON, TEXAS

Our client, a global upstream services leader, is seeking an experience Senior Reservoir Engineering Consultant to join their Houston office.  In this key consultative role you will be responsible for various projects involving, reservoir performance analysis, field development planning, reserves estimation and auditing. In addition, you will be involved in various reservoir engineering studies employing various, cutting edge techniques.  These may involve decline curve analysis, reservoir simulation, well test analysis, material balance, PVT, EOR, CO2, SCAL data analysis, and various other unconventional methods.

The ideal candidate will have excellent communications skills for organizing, planning and presentation skills.  Bachelor’s degree in Petroleum Engineer and at least 10 years of applicable experience is required.  An advanced degree, Master’s or PhD is highly preferred.

The selected candidate will be offered an exceptional total compensation package including base, annual incentive and comprehensive benefits including relocation assistance, 401k, etc.

 

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Petroleum Engineering Advisor Jobs in Houston Texas

PETROLEUM ENGINEERING ADVISOR 

 
Target Total Compensation up to $150K
 
Houston, Texas 
 
 
Our client, a global upstream services leader, is seeking an experienced Petroleum Engineering Advisor. 
 
In this key advisory role, you be responsible for multi-discipline projects using your extensive oil and gas engineering experience.  Projects will include field development planning, asset management, well modeling, artificial lift studies, production chemistry, completion/sand control design, flow assurance, reservoir engineering and well test analysis. The ideal candidate will have advanced technical skills in Production Technology and in advanced project management skills.  Superior communication skills, both written and verbal coupled with excellent platform presentation skills are required. 
 
Educational Requirements:
 
Bachelor’s Degree in Petroleum Engineering or equivalent with at least 15 years similar work experience, Master’s Degree with at least 14 years similar  work experience or PhD with and at least 13 years similar work experience.
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Energy Resume Energy CV International MBA Senior Petroleum Reservoir Engineer Open to Relocation

Candidate # 121810857

Sr. Reservoir Engineer

 

HIGHLIGHTS OF QUALIFICATIONS

  • International consultant with many years of experience in Petroleum and Reservoir Engineering in oil and gas fields of Ecuador, Venezuela, Mexico, Malaysia and Canada
  • Conventional and heavy oil reservoir evaluations, reserve estimation and certifications
  • Knowledgeable on drilling, completion, work-over practices, geological concepts, field operation
  • Expertise in reservoir engineering management, secondary recovery projects, integrated reservoir studies, field development plan and well optimization, oil and gas in place and reserve estimations
  • Managing and mentoring junior petroleum engineers
  • Proficient with MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access 2007, Windows XP, Pan System, OFM
  • Ability to meet deadlines, leadership, problem solving, well organized and willingness to learn 

 

EXPERIENCE SUMMARY

  • Developed assets in the field optimization of a mature field in Ecuador with more than 200 wells drilled with a production of 50,000 BOPD by recommending work-over programs and zone re-completions in existing and new wells, as well as, liaised with geoscientist’s team to optimize oil recovery and depletion strategies.
  • Worked in Canada with international projects, reservoir engineering studies, feasibility and optimization of secondary recovery projects, reserve evaluations and certifications.
  • Conducted reservoir eng. analysis and study aspects in Malaysia of Small Field Development Plan (FDP) and Full Field Review (FFR); defined gas & fluid contacts from Logs, MDT, RFT tests. 
  • Evaluated and studied integrated reservoir engineering projects of mature fields in Venezuela and assisted in the development of new business opportunities in reservoir engineering & consultant activities in Mexico. Worked in diverse multi-cultural and multi-disciplinary environments. 
  • Managed reservoir engineering operation, development plans, integrated reservoir characterization studies, reservoir simulations, and administered oil reserves of Ecuador Greenfields & Marginals.

 

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

(05 2010-Present):      Senior Petroleum Reservoir Engineer

INTERNATIONAL CONSULTANT  

  • Reservoir studies, reserves evaluation, development plans, production profiles, etc.

  

(10 2009-04 2010):     Senior Reservoir Engineer Consultant (Contract)

Confidential Company 

  • Developed many assets in the field optimization of a mature field by recommending work-over programs and zone re-completions in existing and new wells. Prepared the pressure database. 

 

(01 2008–06 2009):   Senior Evaluation Specialist and Consultant   

SPROULE INTERNATIONAL LTD

  • Worked with international projects in reservoir engineering studies, feasibility and optimization of secondary recovery projects, reserves evaluation and certification. 
  • Participated in the preparation of study analyses, reviews and recommendations on alternative options for presentation to Management for final review and approval.

 

(06 2007–12 2007):   Consultant

Confidential Company

  • Technical support in applications for reservoir modeling (Irap RMS) to the North America group. 

 

(03 2007–05 2007):   Reservoir Engineer (Contract)

SCHLUMBERGER

  • Worked with the Integrated Project Management Segment (IPM). 

(12 2004–01 2006/05 2006–02 2007):   Senior Reservoir Engineer 

CNPC INTERNATIONAL

  • Analyzed well production behavior and predicted future performance, defining a base curve production for marginal fields. 
  • Recommended remedial action on wells, work-over programs and new well allocation.
  • Conducted reservoir studies & evaluations on oil and gas prospects and exploratory wells in Bl-11.
  • Prepared various reservoir documents and reports to obtain Company approvals from China.
  • Estimated oil & gas in place and reserves. Participated in drawing up drilling programs & prepared completion programs for exploratory & appraisal wells. Evaluated alternative well allocations.
  • Assigned guidelines for a proper communication between operations and engineering.

 

(02 2006–04 2006):    Senior Reservoir Engineer (Contract)

EP Eng./PETRONAS

  • Conducted reservoir engineering analysis and study aspects of Small Field Development Plan (FDP) and Full Field Review (FFR) studies.
  • Defined gas & fluid contacts from Logs, MDT & RFT tests and worked on gas prod. Forecast.    

 

(10 2002–11 2004):    Petroleum Reservoir Engineer (Contract)

TECNIE Oil & Energy

  • Executed petroleum reservoir engineering projects and reserve certification of Pindo, Palanda, and Yuca Sur marginal fields of the Consortium Petrosud-Petroriva.
  • Analyzed and interpreted well production behavior and defined an official base curve of production for the Tiguino field.

 

(07 2002–09 2002):    Head of Reservoir Engineering (Contract)

CORE LAB

  • Worked with geoscientist’s team managing integrated reservoir projects.
  • Assisted in the development of new business opportunities in the field of reservoir engineering and consultant activities in PEMEX Activos in Villahermosa, México.

 

 (01 2002– 07 2002):   Petroleum Reservoir Engineer (Contract)

Compagnie Generale De Geophysique (CGG)

  • Studied and evaluated integrated reservoir projects of mature fields as part of a multi-disciplinary team of geologists, petrophysicist, geophysicist and geochemical engineers for PDVSA.
  • Established with assigned multi-disciplined team members, project study parameters, defined objectives and proposed new drilling well allocations to increase the oil production and remaining reserve recoveries in the designated fields. Such recommendations had a substantial impact on the Company’s short and long-term profitability.
  • Assisted to Geosciences team in reservoir engineering of integrated study projects for PEMEX.

 

(10 2000–12 2001):    Reservoir Engineer

RIO ALTO OF CANADA

  • Managed reservoir engineering activities of Charapa and Tiguino marginal fields. Assessed and analyzed official and technical oil reservoir data in coordination with head office in Calgary, Canada to implement future technical projects in the field.
  • Liaised with government officials, contractors, services companies and field personnel on engineering reservoir activities, drilling, as well as well completion and test evaluations.
  • Estimated original oil in place and reserves of both marginal oil fields. Conducted reservoir evaluations, characterizations, and PVT and Core analyses. Performed decline curve analyses.

 

(10 1999–07 2000):    Senior Reservoir Engineer

TECPECUADOR

  • Managed reservoir engineering area of the Bermejo marginal field.

 

(06 1995–04 1999):    Chief Engineer

PETROLERA SANTA FE LTD

  • Coordinated reservoir engineering activities and liaised with government (official permit) and contractors on the execution of drilling and completion operations for exploratory wells in Block-11 in coordination with head office in Houston, Texas.
  • Estimated original oil in place as well as reserves of different oil prospects.
  • Carried out economic studies on different oil prospects to determine project profitability.
  • Assisted the Vice-President of Operations in the preparation of AFE’s, the logistical planning of drilling exploratory wells, and development of Block-11.
  • Followed up approved projects, monitored expenditures and made justifications for under budgets.

 

(07 1990–04 1995):    Staff Reservoir Engineer

MAXUS  (Formerly CONOCO)

  • Conducted reservoir evaluations of the Block-16 heavy oil project through reservoir characterization.
  • Analyzed and interpreted pressure transient analyses to define reservoir characteristics. Estimated original on in place and reserves of Block-16 heavy oil fields.
  • Led a multi-disciplinary team in drilling, well completions and development of new fields. Participated in major problem analysis and solution.
  • Carried out reservoir numerical simulation studies of the major heavy oil reservoirs discovered in Block-16 using regional models and the VIP and ECLIPSE simulators in Houston, Texas. Investigated reservoir interference and located water disposal wells in the simulation.

 

(08 1971–06 1990):    Division Reservoir Engineer/ Petroleum Engineer/Reservoir Engineer

TEXACO PETROLEUM COMPANY

  • Planned and organized reservoir engineering activities to ensure that reservoir characteristics were known. Carried out implementation of optimum depletion methods of major and marginal fields.
  • Administered oil reserve estimations. Performed annual original & remaining reserves audits in coordination w/Houston & Coral Gables Offices. Named Official Reserve Estimator-Auditor.
  • Conducted reservoir simulation studies in the Auca and Shushufindi/Aguarico fields in Coral Gables, Florida. Incorporated secondary recovery projects by water injection.
  • Coordinated the activities of petroleum development personnel in the reservoir operations.
  • Performed management and supervisory duties in the Division Reservoir Engineering Dpt.
  • Assessed employees’ training and development needs of 15 field engineers. Trained junior petroleum engineers.

MENTORING AND INSTRUCTIONAL EXPERIENCE

  • Professor of Reservoir Engineering & Petrophysics, Politecnica del Litoral, Ecuador (1970-1972)
  • Professor of Mineralogy and Drilling, Guayaquil University, Ecuador (1971-1973)

PUBLICATIONS AND PRESENTATIONS

  • Economic Model to Determine the Economic Oil Rate Limit for an Ecuadorian Oilfield and the Financial Importance from the Private and National Company Point of View. MBA Thesis, 1988.
  • Oil Reserves Calculations and Predictions of Primary Recovery Mechanism Behavior of Under Saturated Reservoir without Water Support. Petroleum Engineer Thesis, 1971.

ACADEMIC DEGREES

  • MSc Petroleum Engineer, Politécnica del Litoral-Ecuador, 1971
  • MBA Business Administration, Politécnica Nacional-Ecuador, 1988

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT COURSES

Petrel, Schlumberger, Quito, Ecuador-2010 

Technical support for reservoir modeling Irap RMS, Roxar, Calgary, Canada-2007 

Roxar Irap RMS, Roxar, Maracaibo & Puerto la Cruz, Venezuela-2006 

Nodal Analysis, John K. Leong, Quito, Ecuador-2005

Project Management, Core Lab, Villahermosa, Mexico-2002

Petroleum Project Management, Principles and Practices, OGCI Training Inc., Houston, Texas-1998

Leadership Management and Team Work, INCAE, Quito, Ecuador-1998                               

Advanced Reservoir Management (10 months training) with Texaco in Houston, Texas-1982-83.

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

Senior Member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE), USA, Canada

APEGGA  in process.

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Energy Resume Energy CV PhD Senior Reservoir Engineer Open Relocation

Candidate # NA-3785682434

Sr. Reservoir Engineer

 

                                                                                Summary

Since 1980, worked on a variety of oil, gas and gas-condensate reservoirs, in clastic and carbonate formations. Tasks included drawing development plans for new reservoirs, management of mature assets, and evaluations of prospects. I have used simulation extensively, and come to recognize that models may be of little value, unless they are based on reliable logging, PVT, special core analysis, and transient well test data, plus thorough reservoir characterization. My aim has always been to optimize recovery, reduce costs, and in general, propose pragmatic development, and workover plans. Similarly, regarding evaluations, I have always sought to present objective assessments, based on the available data, and the performance of analog reservoirs.

                                                                              Experience

 

2007- 10/2010. At  the Houston  office  of  BHP-Billiton,  completed  history  matching  the  performance  of  three reservoirs of  the Angostura Field, in Trinidad  and Tobago. Heavy  faulting and  the  need  to  incorporate a pipeline system  to  the combined  model  made  the  project extremely challenging. Angostura has  a STOIIP of  300 mmstb  and  a GIIP of 900 bscf.

Marathon Oil 1984-2007

1998-2007. At the Lafayette, and Houston offices of Marathon Oil Company, worked on the following projects:

-NC-98 Reservoir in Libya. Geology: Clastics. Reservoir fluid: Wet gas and volatile oil. GIIP: 3.0tscf.  STOOIP: 1.0 billion barrels. Responsibilities: Liaising with laboratories to set up PVT and SCAL experiments, evaluation of existing PVT, special core analysis, and well test data, plus drawing alternative development plans involving different plateau rates, for reservoir pressure blow down, and gas recycling scenarios.

-Faregh Reservoir in Libya. Geology: Clastics. Reservoir fluids: Oil and wet gas. GIIP: 7.0tscf STOIIP: 1.5 mmstbo. Responsibilities: Well test analyses, and evaluation of different development scenarios using the ECLIPSE 200, and ECLIPSE  300 software.

-Defa, and Darra-Joffra reservoirs in Libya. Geology: Clastics. Reservoir fluids: Oil and  gas. Defa STOIIP: 9.0 mmstbo. Darra-Joffra STOOIP: 4.5 mmstbo, GIIP: 1.8 tscf. I was a member of a joint Marathon-ConocoPhillips-Hess team, whose tasks were planning the re-development of the said reservoirs. 

-Petronius  in the Gulf of Mexico. Geology: Unconsolidated sandstone. Reservoir fluids: Oil and gascap gas. STOIIP: 550 mmstbo. Responsibilities: Revision of  the development plan. Evaluation of the field data, and history matching led to modifications that increased the oil rate by 12000 stbo/d.         

-Camden Hills in the Gulf of Mexico. Geology: Unconsolidated sandstone. Reservoir fluid: Dry gas. GIIP: 170 bscf. Responsibilities: Drawing of a development plan, and designing the pipeline to gas gathering center. 

-Ewing Bank in the Gulf of Mexico. Geology: Unconsolidated clastics. Reservoir fluid: Undersaturated oil. STOIIP: 350mmstb. Responsibilities: History matching the performance of the reservoir during the years 1994 – 1999. Modeling led to radical revision of the drilling and recompletion programs

-South Pass C and D Reservoirs in the Gulf of Mexico. Geology: Sandstone. Reservoir fluids: Saturated oil and gas. Hydrocarbon initially in place: 85mmstbo and 285bscf. Two models were built and history matched. Results were used to obtain permission from the MMS to blow down the said reservoirs.

1987-1998. At the Production Technology Center of Marathon Oil Company, in Littleton Colorado, I worked on the following projects:

-Lagunillas, Intercampo, Dacion  and Mata-Acema Reservoirs in Lake Maracaibo, Venezuela. Geology: Sandstone. Reservoir fluid: Oil of gravity in the range 15-32 degrees API. Combined oil initially in place: 7.0bstb. As a member of a multidisciplinary group, my responsibility was to assess the future potential of these reservoirs. This was accomplished through decline curve analyses, and  simulation of the heavy oil reservoirs.

-Oyster Reservoir in the Gulf of Mexico. Geology: Unconsolidated sandstone. Reservoir fluid: Undersaturated oil. STOIIP: 40mmstb. Responsibilities: Drawing of a development plan of this reservoir.

-North Brae Reservoir in the British Sector of the North Sea. Geology: Sandstone and conglomerate. Reservoir  fluid: Gas condensate. GIIP: 1.2tscf.  Development plan based on gas recycling, partial blowdown and final blowdown. Responsibilities: History matching the performance of the reservoir from 1988 through 1996, using ECLIPSE 300. Through prediction runs, I was able to demonstrate that condensate recovery could be improved by replacing crestal with peripheral gas injection, in the top layers of the reservoir.

-East Brae Reservoir in the British Sector of the North Sea. Geology: Sandstone and conglomerate. Reservoir fluid: Gas condensate. GIIP: 2.1tscf. The development plan of this reservoir was similar to that of North Brae.  Responsibilities: Reverse decline in condensate production After history matching the reservoir model, a  re-completion plan was devised, that increased the condensate rate by 13000 bcpd.

-South Brae Reservoir in the British Sector of the North Sea. Geology: Sandstone and conglomerate. Reservoir fluid: Undersaturated oil. STOIIP: 760mmstb. Responsibilities: Construction and history matching a model with an extended grid that included the nearby Miller, East Miller and Central Brae reservoirs which were in communication with South Brae. 

 Additional modeling work involved evaluation of a pilot water-alternating-gas scheme (WAG). To this end the model was modified to include the Todd and Longstaff approximation, and additional information from whole core WAG floods. Swollen oil PVT input had been incorporated during history matching. Main conclusion was that WAG could be significantly more effective than straight forward water injection.  

-East Cameron Reservoir in the Gulf of Mexico. Geology: Clastics. Reservoir fluid: Undersaturated oil. STOIIP: 20mmstb. Using a history matched model, I was able to show that water injection could be discontinued without reducing recovery.

-Yates Reservoir in Texas. Geology: Carbonates. Reservoir fluid: Saturated oil. STOIIP: 4.0bstb. Reservoir  plan: Production from oil leg fractures, supported  by  crestal  carbon dioxide, and  nitrogen injection, plus aquifer influx. Responsibilities: History  matching the field performance of the period 1927 – 1995 using the  dual porosity-dual permeability option of ECLIPSE 200. Matching  parameters  were the pressure data,  the depths of the gas-oil, and oil-water contacts as functions of time, and log derived gas-cap oil saturation data. Modeling confirmed  that production was maintained through drainage of oil trapped, in the gascap matrix blocks. Prediction runs showed that increased gas injection accelerated drainage, and capacity was increased accordingly.

-Indian Basin Reservoir in New Mexico. Geology: Carbonates. Reservoir fluid: Wet gas. GIIP: 2.0 tscf. Responsibilities: Build and history match a model with data of the period 1962-1989, to assess the potential of horizontal wells, and gas compression requirements.

-Sand Dunes Reservoir in Wyoming. Geology: Clastics. Reservoir fluid: Undersaturated oil. STOIIP: 2.0mmstb. Responsibilities: Design a development scenario based on gas injection at minimum miscibility pressure.

-Kakap-KH7 Reservoir in Indonesia. Geology: Clastics. Reservoir fluid: Undersaturated oil. STOIIP: 97mmstb. Responsibilities: STOIIP determination, from material balance calculations, and modeling.

-Alba Reservoir in the British Sector of the North Sea. . Geology: Clastics. Reservoir fluid: Undersaturated oil. STOIIP: 1.2bstb. Responsibilities: Drawing a development plan.

-McArthur River Project. –G Zone and West Foreland Reservoirs in Alaska. Geology: Clastics. Reservoir fluid: Undersaturated oil. STOIIP: 300mmstb. Responsibilities: Comprehensive workover plan through modeling.

In addition to the aforesaid, I also worked on projects of shorter duration such as: transient analyses; modeling of hydraulically fractured, conventional, and horizontal wells; proposals for workovers and/or new well locations for various projects; and  recommendations for well tests and logging surveys. 

 

1984-1987. At the Aberdeen , and London offices of Marathon Oil UK Limited, I worked on the following projects:

 

-North Brae Reservoir in the British Sector of the North Sea. Geology: Sandstone and conglomerate. Reservoir fluid: Gas condensate. GIIP: 1.2tscf. Responsibilities: Creating a development plan based on gas recycling, partial  blowdown and final blowdown of the reservoir, using ECLIPSE 300.

-South Brae Reservoir in the British Sector of the North Sea. Geology: Sandstone and conglomerate. Reservoir fluid:  Undersaturated oil. STOIIP: 760mmstb. Responsibilities: Build a history matched reservoir model, as dictated by the UK Department of Energy.

-Logging and testing of Marathon wells in the North Sea. These included PLT, RFT, pressure build-up and fall-off surveys, plus collection of PVT samples. Duties involved writing procedures, supervision of field work and analyses of the acquired data.

1979-1984. At the Glasgow office of  Britoil Plc, I worked on the following projects:

-Ninian Field in the British Sector of the North Sea. Geology: Clastics. Reservoir fluid: Undersaturated oil. STOIIP: 2.6bstb. Responsibilities: Built and history match a model with data of the period 1978-1983; use model to evaluate proposals, for further development, put forward by the operator, Chevron Petroleum UK Ltd; represent Britoil at reservoir engineering meetings with partners and approve AFE’s.

-Murchison, Statfjord, Columba and Bressay reservoirs in the North Sea. Conducted small scale reservoir studies relating to these assets.

                                                                       Educational Attainment

University of Strathclyde, Glasgow(UK), PhD in Geohydrology.

-National Technical University of Athens, Greece, BSc in Civil Engineering.

                                                               Petroleum Engineering Training

-Saphir Software.

-Reservoir Engineering Research Institute, Palo Alto CA. Course in thermodynamics of reservoir fluids.

-Colorado School of Mines, Golden CO. One semester course in thermodynamics and phase behavior.

-Herriot-Watt University, Edinburgh UK. Summer school on petroleum engineering.

-Intercomp SSI. Course on compositional modeling.

-CMG. Course in computer simulation of thermal EOR schemes.

-Schlumberger. Basic log interpretation course.

-Schlumberger. Production logging course.

-OGCI. Production operations.

-ERC/RRI. Geology of the North Sea reservoirs.

-Halliburton. Hydraulic fracturing course.

                                                                     Professional Affiliations

-Society of Petroleum Engineers

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Geophysicist Jobs California CA

GEOPHYSICIST

SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA

Join this leading Energy Company and use your education and experience and be recognized and rewarded!

This key Geosciences position supports development field activities by providing database management and supporting Geologists and Geophysicists with ongoing development drilling activities and integration of field and regional geological knowledge into development prospects.

Key duties are, but are not limited to the following:

  • Provide database management including loading, entering, verifying, manipulating, analyzing and reporting data related to wells, seismic and leases.
  • Utilize ARCGIS tools to prepare maps in support of oil and gas exploration and scouting efforts.
  • Utilize Linux-based LANDMARK applications such as STRATWORKS to produce analytical interpretation and cross-correlation of well data; ZMAP to enable generation of contoured maps; and OPENWORKS for the storage of well and seismic data and interpretations.
  • Prepare slides, montages and reports in support of technical presentations and recommendations.
  • Provide software systems support to team personnel and troubleshoot user problems.
  • Assist with project development and project surveillance.
  • Support the construction of 2D-3D geological models using maps and cross-sections from Landmark Suite Applications and/or Petrel Software in conjunction with geotechnical data from the OpenWorks database.
  • Responsible for carrying out his or her work in accordance with the HESMS guidelines and the principles and policies established by the Company.

Required Qualifications:
  • B.S. Geoscience, Geography, Computer Science or related field.
  • Experience with ARCGIS tools; LANDMARK applications such as STRATWORKS/Geographix, ZMAP, and OPENWORKS database management tools plus geological modeling software (ie Petrel) and reservoir management software (ie DSS). 
  • Demonstrated strength in MS Office Suite (Access, Excel, PowerPoint, Word).
  • Strong analytical and problem solving skills. 
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills as well as time management skills (i.e. able to meet short deadlines and work multiple projects).

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Senior Geomodeler Jobs Houston Texas TX

SENIOR GEOMODELER

HOUSTON, TEXAS

Apply your advanced education and experience as a Senior Geomodeler for a leading Energy Company in Houston, Texas.

Using your advance knowledge you will be responsible for the following:

* working with geologists, geophysicists, petrophysicists and reservoir engineers to evaluate and assure the quality of model input data and interpretations;

* performing or evaluating core analysis and core description for facies /rock type determination;

* building structural and stratigraphic frameworks that accurately capture flow unit/flow barrier architecture;

* performing 1-D to 3-D petrophysical modeling of facies/rock types, porosity, initial water saturation, and permeability;

* building multiple model realizations and scenarios to evaluate uncertainty and related risk in reserves distributions,

* working closely with reservoir simulation engineers to appropriately upscale and history match models, 

* working with development geologists, reservoir engineers, and drilling engineers to optimize development planning and project execution.

The successful candidate will work cooperatively within a multi-disciplinary, integrated team, will proactively plan and undertake reservoir characterization studies and development planning activities, will effectively communicate information and evaluations to team members and management in a timely manner, and will be a mentor to other disciplines. Expertise or working knowledge of sequence stratigraphic analysis, structural analysis, geophysical mapping, petrophysical analysis, 3D reservoir modeling, field development planning, and uncertainty and risk management.

To be considered for this opportunity you must possess the following required qualifications:
* Advanced Degree in Geology (M.Sc. or Ph.D.) with 15 years of oil & gas industry experience
* 3 years of advanced experience in 3D geological modeling, preferably in Petrel
* Experience in integrating core, well log, geophysical, petrophysical, production, and engineering data into a coherent framework
* Experience in core analysis and description, lithofacies analysis, and rock typing
* Understanding of geostatistics and fundamental geostatistical algorithms as well as data and interpretation uncertainties and their influence on modeling and business decisions 

* Experience in probabilistic and multi-scenario reserves estimation
* Ability to work well within an integrated multi-disciplinary team
* Ability to communicate information and evaluations both written and oral
* Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously
* Good business acumen
* International travel required

The following additional qualifications are preferred:

  

* Experience with EOR methods helpful
* Experience with carbonate and/or fractured reservoirs (e.g., DFN modeling)

 

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Senior Advisor Reservoir Engineering EOR Jobs Houston Texas

SENIOR ADVISOR RESERVOIR ENGINEERING EOR

HOUSTON, TEXAS

Unique opportunity to use your advanced experience in EOR to work at a leading Energy Company in Houston, Texas.

As one of the leading experts in EOR, you will be responsible for the following:

  • Serve as Company’s waterflooding champion, leading its community of practice
  • Provide technical leadership to waterflood team
  • Share best practices on waterflooding design, implementation, reservoir surveillance, reservoir management, remediation and performance prediction
  • Lead multi-functional teams in framing, planning, and conducting waterflood design or performance review studies
  • Provide general reservoir engineering services on waterflooding in support of business units
  • Coordinate collection of analog data on waterflooding and share data with business units
  • Develop and deliver training classes to the Company’s reservoir engineering community
  • Participate in or lead peer reviews of business unit projects/assets
  • Represent Company in JIP’s
Ideal Candidates will possess the following required qualifications:
  • B.S. or higher in Petroleum Engineering
  • At least 15 years experience in reservoir engineering with emphasis on waterflood management
  • Extensive experience managing waterfloods in clastics and carbonate rocks
  • Strong level knowledge of at least one reservoir surveillance tool
  • Strong leadership skills
  • Strong business and customer focus
  • Excellent communication skills
  • Good team player 

An outstanding Total Compensation Package awaits the selected candidate.

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Senior Reservoir Engineer Advisor Unconventional Houston Texas

SENIOR RESERVOIR ENGINEER ADVISOR UNCONVENTIONAL

HOUSTON, TEXAS

Great opportunity to join a Global Energy Company in their Houston office.

As an experienced Senior Reservoir Engineer you will have the unique opportunity to serve on the Company’s central Shale team. 

In addition, you will provide expertise in the following:

 
* Share best practices on shale characterization and development concepts to BU’s

* Lead multi-functional teams in framing, planning, and conducting shale development or performance review studies

* Provide general reservoir engineering services on shale development in support of business units

* Coordinate collection of analog data on shale development and share data with business units

* Participate in or lead peer reviews of business unit projects/assets

* Represent the Firm in JIP’s 

Ideal Candidate will have the following required qualifications:
* B.S. or higher in Petroleum Engineering

* At least 15 years experience in reservoir engineering with emphasis on shale characterization and development

* More than 5 years experience managing development of shale reservoirs

* Strong level of knowledge of use of analytical or numerical tools to forecast shale reservoir performance

* Strong leadership skills

* Strong business and customer focus

* Excellent communication skills

* Good team player 

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Reservoir Engineer Jobs Houston Texas TX

RESERVOIR ENGINEER

HOUSTON, TEXAS

Join this cutting edge Energy Company in their Houston office.  As one of the key Reservoir Engineers you will be able to develop and sharpen your skills in both waterflooding and CO2 flooding areas.  Development and step-out drilling, new project development, pattern expansions and surveillance, enhancement opportunities, business planning and reserves growth will be key drivers for this challenging assignment.
To be considered for this position you must possess the following required qualifications:
  • BS in Engineering.
  • Minimum 5 years upstream oil & gas experience with 2 years in reservoir engineering focusing on secondary or enhanced oil recovery.
  • Demonstrated results in adding value through solid engineering and business / economic techniques.
  • Ability to make technically sound decisions and recommendations with less than perfect or complete input data.
  • Ability to interact in a cross-functional team environment and represent the company with other working interest partners.
  • Ability to be viewed as a leader on projects.
  • Ability to get a project pass the idea and design stage.
  • Business planning and reserves knowledge.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to be creative and the desire to solve problems.
Additional Desired Qualifications:
  • CO2 experience would be a benefit.
  • Knowledge in geologic models.

An outstanding Total Compensation Package will be offered the selected Candidate.


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Petrophysicist Jobs Houston Texas TX

PETROPHYSICIST

HOUSTON, TEXAS

Unique opportunity to join a Global Energy Firm in their Houston Office.

Your primary job duties directly involve support of drilling activities, reservoir studies, and well performance evaluations with the ultimate goal of optimizing operations and recovery.  The successful candidate will be involved in the design, implementation and evaluation of logging programs on newly drilled wells.  In addition, this position will re-assess  existing data to validate prior petrophysical assumptions and look for bypassed reserves.
Required Qualifications:
  • BS degree in Geoscience or Engineering
  • 5 or more years Petrophysical Engineering experience
  • Working knowledge of leading industry standard petrophysical software packages (IP, Powerlog, Recall, Openworks, Emraude, PST etc)
  • Working knowledge of logging operations required for difficult logging conditions (HPHT)
  • Familiarity with advanced methods of core retrieval handling and competent in the design of conventional and special core analysis programs.
  • Possess effective technical presentation and writing skills.
  • Ability to work effectively in a multi-discipline team environment
Additional Desired Qualifications:
  • Tight Gas Experience, preferably in South Texas OR Shale Oil and Gas Experience, preferably in Williston Basin
  • Familiarity with logging requirements for horizontal well sections, including equipment and risks
  • Working knowledge of fracture mapping

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Exploitation Engineer Jobs Houston Texas TX

EXPLOITATION ENGINEER

HOUSTON, TEXAS

Join a leading Energy Company as their experienced Exploitation Engineeer that will be part of the Asset Development Team.

Your duties will be to coordinate the planning and financial activities for the multi-discipline Asset Development Team. Prepare and analyze business plans, economic evaluations, reserves evaluations, production forecasts, expense forecasts, AFE preparation, and capital requirements. Drive the project evaluation process, which includes; scope, identification of critical path and bottlenecks, milestones, tracking, capital efficiency, and resource requirements. Ensure that reservoir development, operations, and facilities activities are fully integrated. This key position will also be the focal point for handling the outside operated entities within the business unit, including analyzing AFE’s and project performance.

 

Required Qualifications:
  • Engineering Degree with a minimum of 5 years Oil & Gas Industry experience in development and operations.
  • Strong business background and understanding of key financial measures.
  • Strong analytical skills.
  • Leadership skills and ability to effectively interact with other professionals to advance projects/ideas.
  • Excellent interpersonal and team work skills.
  • Ability to handle multiple assignments and meet deadlines.
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills 
Additional Desired Qualifications:

Experience with Merak/PEEP, DSS

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Engineering Technician Jobs Houston Texas TX

ENGINEERING TECHNICIAN

HOUSTON, TEXAS

Super opportunity to use your experience at a leading Energy Company in Houston.  This great opportunity will work with the Company’s Reservoir Management Teams at their Corporate office.

 

Primary job duties involve providing data, information, and support to our engineering and field operations staff.  In this function they will be responsible for input, maintenance, QC, extraction, manipulation and analysis of data.  Data to be processed may originate from public sources or from internal databases.  Create and utilize spreadsheets and databases to be used in screening and analyzing data.  The successful candidate will also be expected to carry out some trending analysis, highlighting anomalous data sets.

Ideal Candidates will possess the following required qualifications:  
  • Minimum of 2 years experience with strong understanding of oilfield operations
  • Proficient with the Microsoft Office suite of software (Access, Excel, Word, PowerPoint)
  • Ability to quickly learn new software packages
  • Ability to identify inefficiencies in data flows and effect changes to improve efficiency of technical staff.
  • Strong data management skills with the ability to multi-task
  • Effective team player who can work with minimal supervision.
  • Strong verbal and written communication skill set

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Facilities Engineer Jobs Houston Texas TX

FACILITIES ENGINEER

HOUSTON, TEXAS

Great opportunity to join a world leader in the Energy Industry at their Houston offices.  Our client is seeking an experienced Facilities Engineer for their West Texas/New Mexico operations.

Your key responsibilites will include the designing, maintaining and optimizing upstream onshore West Texas/New Mexico surface facilities and production operations. The fields include primary production, waterflood fields and an expanding number of CO2 flooded fields; total Business Unit production is in the range of 200 MBOPD, 2 MMBWPD and 1.5 BCF/D of CO2 injection. Activities include working with subsurface/wells teams to design and install new facilities needed to address changing production rates; covering all aspects of project management from scope development, detailed design/estimating and project controls. Scope also includes working with Operations/Construction field personnel to troubleshoot operating issues, develop/implement solutions in order to optimize field activities and ensure mechanical integrity of equipment is maintained. There is a strong focus on Health, Environmental and Safety issues, which cover H2S handling, HAZOP type safety reviews, Management of Change (MOC’s) and Pre-Startup Safety Reviews (PSSR). This role also interfaces with the Specialty Engineering group, and has responsibility to assist engineers in this group when it comes to tings like Reliability-Centered Maintenance (RCM) and Root Cause Failure Analysis (RCFA).
Required Qualifications:
  • B.S. Degree or higher in Mechanical, Chemical, Civil or Electrical Engineering
  • 2 years minimum upstream E&P experience (prefer 4+ years)
  • Some industry training in upstream E&P areas is desired
  • Exposure to project management practices and field operations
  • Ability to make technically and economically sound recommendations
  • Strong interpersonal and communications skills
  • A self-starter at least on the verge of being able to work with minimal oversight
  • Ability to multi-task, and a willingness to quickly change work assignments
  • Willingness to travel 10-15%, most can be relatively short planned trips but on occasion they might be required on short notice or might be 1-2 weeks in duration
  • Proficient PC skills for Microsoft products
  • Permian Basin waterflood and/or CO2 experience a benefit

The selected candidate will be offered an excellent Total Compensation Package including relocation assistance and a generous benefit selection.
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