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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 GEOCHEMIST JOBS HOUSTON

SENIOR GEOCHEMIST JOBS HOUSTON

Houston, Texas

Leading Energy company is seeking an experienced Senior Geochemist to join their Houston base Geosciences group.  In this key role, you will have responsibility for analysis and interpretation of petro systems and geochemical information for the organization’s cutting edge projects.  Travel to both domestic and international locations on a periodic basis will be required. 

Master’s Degree in Geochemistry is required.  PhD is highly preferred.  A minimum of six (6) years of oil and gas professional industry experience is required to qualify.  The successful candidate will have extensive expert level experience with petroleum systems, analytical methods, solid geochemistry and complete understanding of integrating petro systems, geochemical information and sampling analysis. 

The selected candidate will be offered an exceptional Total Compensation Package including above market base salary and generous bonus incentives.  Relocation assistance is available.

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Energy Resume Energy CV MBA Petroleum Reservior Engineer Open to Relocation

Intelli-Source Candidate # NA-4851717351

 

 

 

Oil Asset Manager – Reservoir Engineer

 

Development oil and gas engineer with 25 years of experience in maximizing Oil and Gas assets, analyzing oil and gas investments, building complex field & financial models, bridging technology, and global project management. 

ACHIEVEMENTS

 

·         Exceptional technical analysis skills: Technical & financial experience as a staff and supervisory Reservoir Engineer with major and smaller oil companies.  Research experience at MIT and Yale Universities and Occidental. Example – Russian Oil and Gas investment – valued at $579 Million successfully developed.

 

 

·         experienced Oil Assets manager:  Maximize oil investments by finding opportunities, creating dynamic field acquisition options, developing efficient solutions and system metrics for operating units in multiple industries (Oil & Gas and Energy). Valuation team member of group that valued assets for two IPOs.

 

 

·   Seamless Process Specialist: Skilled at entering organizations and supporting company’s change process by identifying and adding value.  Facilitated review of National Hungarian Oil Company’s Producing Fields and Commercial and Industrial facilities valued in excess of $389 million.

   

·   Team Manager: Strong melding approach to managing communication with senior management, operations, and asset management team, and investors. 12+ years managing multi-disciplinary teams (100+) through deadline sensitive and complex ($100 million+) venture development process.

 

·         Green/Alternative Energy Expert–National Speaker: 25+ years providing consulting, field oversight, and structured financing for environmentally sensitive projects and facilities internationally and in the US.

 

 

EXPERIENCE

Confidential Company   (2000 – Present)

Senior Engineer 

§  Senior Engineer for Pacific Rim with responsibility for developing new investment projects, business modeling and metrics, pre- and post- funding support, for the venture fund and business partners worldwide.  Recommended fund acquisition of non-US Oil and Gas, Real Estate, and Energy investments.

§  Oil and other projects developed include a number of “Concept to Completion” projects.  Large scale projects include seven projects valued from $117 to $334 million – Russia, Brazil, Eurasia, and China.

§  Assist Asian Funds with investments in the US and US investors internationally several groups with Workouts and Acquisitions, reserve valuations and deal structuring of Oil and Energy Assets ($100 M+).  

§  Reservoir Engineering analysis (2008) includes Technical Lead for acquisition evaluation of Eastern Europe heavy oil and Mississippi fields including reserve & economic evaluation, drilling, waterflood, & workover plans.

§  Direct high impact analysis of Environmental and Energy Cost Reduction opportunities projects including new technology, power plants, and environmental microbial cleanup projects in US, Eurasia, and Pacific Rim.

 

Confidential Company   (2001)

·      Developed electricity price forecasting/simulation system for large utility to support macro and micro decisions power scheduling.  Simultaneously taught Finance and International Business as Associate Professor at WIU.    

 

Major University – Guest Lecturer, New Orleans, LA (1998–2000)

Production Engineer

·         Reviewed and approved designs of deep water Oil platforms in the Gulf of Mexico.  Guest Lectured at Major University.

 

 Confidential Company, Dallas, TX (1992 – 1997)

Development and Reservoir Engineer

·         Developed one of five top Russian Oil projects showcased by US VP Al Gore & Russian PM Chernomyrdin.

·         Development team successfully analyzed, negotiated, acquired, structured, and developed several Russian Oil fields with real estate properties with net value of $637 million and grew from 3 employees to several hundred.

·      Responsibilities included field development plans and budgets & reserves valuation of 1+ Billion Bbls of oil fields. Developed complex structure models and financials including sensativity studies, history matching, and reservoir simulation of new and partially depleted reservoirs, and exploration assets acquisition with limited data.  

·         Worked with geoscientists recommending numerous new-drill, overlooked zones and structure opportunities.

·      Designed & implemented high profile solution for enviromental cleanup problem for several oil fields. 

                                                                                                                                                                   

Confidential Company, Tulsa, OK  (1986-1992)

Senior Reservoir Engineer

§  Managed technical analysis and valuation of oil and gas assets valued in excess of $397 million. 

§  National internal expert on best practices for technical review and organization-wide technology upgrades.

§  Technical analysis included volumetric field valuation and economic analysis (ARIES) of several hundred oil properties in OK and Texas.  Reservoir modeling included material balance, history matching, and reservoir simulation, and optimization of reservoir depletion planning including secondary and tertiary EOR techniques.

 

Confidential Company, Budapest, Hungary    (1991)

Valuation Consultant

§  Developed restructure plan including technical groups transition program and oil asset audit for national oil company with 30,000 employees and international operations shifting from socialist to international standards.

 

OCCidental Petroleum, Tulsa, OK    (1984-1986)

Corporate Strategic Planner and Research Associate

§  Management team developed strategic plan and production optimization program for west coast field. 

§  Performed petrophysical analysis of core samples for sweep efficiency and stress fracing of international fields.

 

exxon/Mobil, Midland & Houston, TX  (1980-1983)

Regional Economic Analyst & Strategic Planner

 

§  Completed optimization study of Permian waterflood programs; reduced operating expenses by 15%.

 

 

 EDUCATION

 

MBA – Finance University of Tulsa, Tulsa, OK

BS in Petroleum Engineering University of Tulsa, Tulsa, OK

BS in Systems Engineering (Equiv.) University of Tulsa, Tulsa, OK

BA in History & Economics (Equiv.)Trinity College, Hartford, CT

 

Systems Skills

ARIES, ARGUS, Quest Project Estimation, MS Office 2007, MS Project

 

 

 

Memberships

SPE, CFA Institute, CCIM, Rotary International

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Energy Resume Energy CV Rice MBA Texas Tech MS 4.0 GPA Senior Reservoir Engineer Open to Relocation

Candidate # NA-1340131399

Senior Reservoir Engineer (23 Years)

  

EDUCATION:      

M.B.A., Rice University, 2004

Jones Graduate School of Business    G.P.A.  3.89/4.00

Jones Scholar Award Recipient (Top 10%)      

M.S., Texas Tech University, 1993

MAJOR:  Mechanical Engineering        G.P.A.  4.00/4.00

B.S., Texas Tech University, 1987

MAJOR:  Petroleum Engineering          G.P.A.  3.65/4.00 (Cum Laude)

EXPERIENCE:

2006 to Present:  Confidential Major Independent (HOUSTON, TX.)

 Manager – Acquisitions and Shelf Exploitation (2009 – Present)

Supervise team of 8 geologists, geophysicists, reservoir engineers, and techs.  Responsible for all subsurface work on the GOM Shelf.  Coordinated budget submittals for group for last 3 years incorporating new drills, workovers, fuel usage, compressor installations, operating expenses, and abandonments.  Recommended and designed 5 compressor installations that added 21 Bcfe (gross) reserves.  Currently have 3 additional projects in progress which should add an additional 10 Bcfe (gross).

Spent majority of time evaluating acquisition candidates.  Took a leading role in 33 projects over the last 4 years.  Those included 11 that were screened and 22 that were fully evaluated. Of those, Company made unsuccessful offers on 7 of over $8B, and successfully acquired 4 for an aggregate of $630MM for 250 Bcfe 2P reserves and 190 Bcfe of resource potential (including property detailed below).  These projects were both onshore and offshore as well as corporate and asset deals.  The evaluations included extensive analyses of target proven and probable reserves utilizing ARIES software.  Also included dataroom visits and detailed review of technical as well as historical operating and financial data.  Responsible for incorporating this due diligence into the economic evaluation as well as performing sensitivity analyses.  Presented results to both executive management as well as Board of Directors.  Detailed listing of projects is available.

 Developed a robust, type curve driven economic model for evaluating undeveloped acreage and shale projects to complement ARIES. Full list of software expertise is also available.

 Senior Reservoir Engineer – Shelf Exploitation/Acquisition Group (2006 – 2009)   

Responsible for reservoir engineering support for all Western Gulf of Mexico properties with production of 100 MMcfd/1000 BOPD Net (approx. 1/3 of company production.)  Served as lead engineer in evaluation and acquisition of West Cameron asset for $71MM.  Subsequently installed additional compression and drilled 3 new wells resulting in addition of 34 Bcfe of net reserves.  With geophysicist, lead redevelopment of southern High Island field resulting in drilling 3 new wells with reserves of 15 Bcfe and addition of 30 MMcfd of production for $25MM investment. 

 2001 to 2006:       Confidential Major E&P (HOUSTON, TX.)

 Senior Staff Reservoir Engineer – Gulf of Mexico Region (2005 – 2006)   

Responsible for reservoir engineering support for West Cameron/East Cameron/High Island Team.  Provided economic assessment and engineering support for new drilling prospects as well as development in established fields.  Performed nodal analysis, material balance, pressure transient, and rate transient analysis for support of reserve determinations and identification of new investment opportunities.

 Principle Reservoir Engineer – Reservoir Engineering Staff (2004)   

Responsible, with one other person, for implementing the Rose Risk Analysis methodology within Company.  As part of the process, training was provided to all Senior Executives, Managers and Directors, and Technical Staff within the company (conducted by Rose and Associates).  In conjunction with the region technical teams, conducted risk and reserve reviews for most of the company’s exploration and development inventory.  Provided individual coaching to the technical teams in the proper implementation of this process as well as the extension of the process to economic evaluations.

Project assignments to the Business Development Group included evaluation of two unsolicited offers to purchase Companies assets and performed screening evaluations on domestic acquisition targets with detailed financial evaluations and presentation of results. Reported directly to Senior Vice President of E&P Services.

Principle Reservoir Engineer/Portfolio Coordinator – Domestic Exploration       

Division (2001 – 2004)

Sole responsibility for economic evaluation and portfolio analysis for all of Companies U.S. exploration efforts both onshore and offshore.  Made recommendations on both strategic and prospect level allocation of over $500MM during 2001-2003.  Reported directly to Senior Vice President of Domestic Exploration.

 1993-2001            Confidential Major (SUGAR LAND, TX.)

 Region Portfolio Advisor – Strategic Planning (2001)

Prepared investment portfolio analysis to support allocation of $450MM capital budget considering both short term business performance and long term strategic objectives.  One of six members on team responsible for evaluation, selection, and implementation of new economic, reserve, and business management software for the Gulf Region.

 1996 to 2001:       LOWER 48 BUSINESS UNIT – SUGAR LAND, TX.)

 Advising Reservoir Engineer – GOM Shelf Exploration Group  (1996-2001)

Sole responsibility for all reservoir engineering support for Companies exploration efforts in the shallow water Gulf of Mexico.  Primary tasks involved determination, as part of a multi-disciplinary team,  of reserve distributions and risk factors for all prospects.  Incorporated drilling and facility cost estimates, marketing options, development scenarios and deal terms to determine prospect economics. Evaluated over 200 exploration prospects in water depths ranging from 10 to 3200’.   Developed new Monte Carlo economic model (utilizing TERAS) to rigorously evaluate wellbore mechanical reliability and the associated probability and impact  of reserve truncation in subsea wells. Made numerous presentations to executive level management.

 1993 to 1996:       CENTRAL U.S.  BUSINESS UNIT – MIDLAND, TX

 Senior Reservoir Engineer – S.E. New Mexico Area (1994-1996)

Responsible for approximately 100 Company & OBO properties in Lea and Eddy Counties with production of 500 BOPD 7000 MCFD.  Evaluated 5,000 undeveloped acres for Morrow potential including reserve distributions, risk analysis, and economics resulting in a recommendation to seek alternative financing/Joint Venture partner for development

Advanced Production Engineer – South Odessa Area (1993-1994)

Responsible for 200 well area in central Permian Basin with production of 1500 BOPD 5000 MCFD. Utilized wave equation based design program to optimize the artificial lift installations on 100 wells at a waterflood property.  Reduced failure rate by 60% and lift costs by $140,000 per year

1987 to 1991:       Confidential Company (MIDCONTINENT REGION – OKLAHOMA CITY, OK.)

Senior Production Engineer – Michigan Area (1990-1991)

Responsible for all production operations in the state (3000 BOPD, 24 MMCFD) including maintaining environmental standards of operations in highly sensitive areas.  Prepared a detailed study of a $10 million environmental compliance project on a waterflood property, presented results to corporate vice-president. Performed a compositional simulation study for a  $1 million upgrade project on a condensate handling facility. Served on corporate team responsible for developing and implementing a company-wide field computer system.

 Production Engineer – Oklahoma Area (1988-1990)

 Responsible for 350 well area in Oklahoma with 1989 gross revenue of $10 million.  Duties included design of artificial lift and gas compressor installations as well as surface handling facilities

 Associate Engineer (1987-1988)

 Completed comprehensive 15 month training program.

AFFILIATIONS:   Society of Petroleum Engineers

Member of SPE National Management and Economics Committee

Member of SPE National Engineering Registration Committee

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Energy Resume Energy CV Senior Reservoir Engineer experienced in Drilling, Completion, Production and Operations

Intelli-Source Candidate # NA-1295479029

Reservoir Engineer

 

SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS 

  • · Diversified petroleum engineering experience including Reservoir, Drilling, Completion, Production, and Operations.
  • · Reservoir management, pressure transient analysis, fluid property analysis, numerical reservoir simulation, reservoir characterization, understanding of surface/facility issues, and excellent knowledge of production engineering.
  • · Extensive experience with decline curve, volumetric, and material balance reserve evaluation, surveillance analysis, nodal analysis, and well test analysis.
  • · Strong experience in optimization of mature fields, field development planning, well performance forecast and modeling, forecast production and reserve estimation, risk and economic analysis.
  • · Experience with open and cased hole log analysis.
  • · Uncommon organizational skills to plan and execute studies.
  • · Excellent communication skills-written, verbal, and presentation.
  • · Remarkable ability to work in multi-disciplinary teams consisting of drilling, completion, reservoir, and production engineers.

 

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

 Contract Petroleum Engineer 2009 – Present 

Developed program to return 400 Panhandle Field wells to production for a small independent oil company that purchased 17 leases in Carson and Hutchinson County, Texas. Determined repair work of production equipment ranging from tank batteries, flowlines, pumping units tubing, rods, and downhole pumps needed to return wells to production. Prepared detailed workover procedures including additional perforations, stimulation, cost estimates, and established priorities for returning inactive wells to production. Reactivation of first ten wells increased production from 20 BOPD & 50 MCFD to over 50 BOPD and 125 MCFD at a cost of $6,500 per well. 

 Consulting Engineer 1994 – 2009

Worked with Sol Smith Petroleum Engineer Inc. in Austin, Texas. Prepared Railroad Commission research, walk-through permitting, State agency research, and regulatory compliance reviews. Provided turn-key saltwater disposal permitting, production and completion report filing, and other professional services and consulting.

Worked with various civil engineering firms and municipalities throughout Central Texas. Designed streets, drainage, and piping required for fresh water and sewer systems for residential and municipal projects. Prepared construction drawings, cost estimates, and engineering reports for City, County, State, and Federal regulatory approval. Reviewed and prepared comments for proposed Planned Development Districts (PDD), annexation, preliminary and final plats, subdivision/site development, and site development plans for compliance with City, County, State, and Federal regulation and acceptable engineering practices. Provided office and field engineering support for all approved water, wastewater, street, and drainage capital improvement projects funded by certificate of obligations. Reviewed and recommended payment for all consulting engineering and construction contract pay requests. Managed and directed daily activity of City’s engineering and inspection personnel.

Senior Petroleum Engineer for J.M. Huber 1982-1994

Provided reservoir, production, drilling, remedial, and completion engineering for all phases of well production from drilling, completion, remedial and workover, and abandonment operations. Worked closely with exploration department to determine potential reserves and economic evaluation of exploration prospects and property acquisitions. Prepared well drilling prognosis specifying total drilling depths, casing sizes, cement and drilling mud programs to allow well to be drilled in accordance to the latest Field and Statewide Rules. Prepared recompletion, workover recommendations and procedures, property evaluations, reservoir studies, reserve and production forecasts, economic analysis, and plugging procedures for company’s exploration and production activities. Evaluated downhole electric logs, determined perforation intervals, and made casing point election recommendations Evaluated producing properties to identify potential unexploited reserves. Worked with engineering consultants on special projects and preparation of annual company reserve reports. Monitored daily production and prepared workover and re-completion procedures to improve production. Worked with production foremen to reduce monthly operating expenses. Prepared final well analysis for marginally economic oil and gas wells. For wells with no uphole recompletion or stimulation potential, recommendations were made to either plug and abandon the property or place it for sale.

Production Engineer for Conoco and Tenneco 1976-1982

Provided a broad scope of subsurface and production engineering in conjunction with exploration and other departments to help maximize the company’s profitability through maintaining production levels and minimizing operating expenses in a safe and environmentally sound manner. Evaluated and recommended downhole corrosion prevention, artificial lift optimization, surface facility expansion, chemical treatment optimization, compression, and automation. Prepared well Repair & Maintenance and workover procedures, cost estimates, project economics, and AFE documentation for submittal to management. Provided onsite technical support to ensure quality control during critical operations such as logging, perforating, cement squeezing, and stimulation. Provided onsite supervision of all special well work operations from drilling to plugging. Ensured compliance with all company policies, procedures and plans with federal, state and local regulations.

 COMPUTER SOFTWARE EXPERIENCE

 

  • · MBAL and Oil Water Gas Water Material Balance software.
  • · POGO/PROPHET/ARIES/PEEP Economics
  • · OFM (Oil Field Manger) Schlumberger software.
  • · Knowledge of Saphire, PanSystem, and Welltest 200 Well Test Analysis software
  • · Open & Cased Hole Log Analysis Programs
  • · FlowMaster Pressure Pipe Design
  • · MSWord, Excel, AutoCAD software, 2

 

EDUCATION

Oklahoma State University,

Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering

  • · Received major oil company training in reservoir engineering, water flooding operations, artificial lift equipment selection, production system design, open and cased hole logging programs and interpretation, completion and remedial procedures, acidizing and fracturing stimulation techniques, technical writing, and economic analysis.

 

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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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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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Reservoir Simulation Engineer Deepwater Energy Jobs Canada Visa Relocation Paid

Reservoir Simulation Engineer Deepwater Energy Jobs Canada Visa Relocation Paid

We are working with a dynamic Exploration and Production company that is very aggressive in their growth plans over the next 3 years. They are actively looking for a seasoned Simulation Engineer who has significant Deepwater experience. This opportunity can lead to an ex-pat role in the very near future.

 

This deepwater project is a multi-TCF gas pool being developed. The project is slated to be on production in the next year with an estimated cost of over $1 billion.

The Development Project Team is looking for a Reservoir Simulation Engineer to be responsible for the maximization of reserves and the optimization of the development well locations for deepwater field developments. In this role you will be responsible for carrying out accurate reservoir simulation and synthesis for the field(s) in association with other Reservoir Engineers and Geoscientists, and will provide reservoir engineering input to the team as required.
Specific responsibilities include: `
  • Develop 3D reservoir simulation models that accurately reflect all the available geological and reservoir engineering data, and provide reservoir depletion plans
  • Assist in the planning and execution of depletion/drilling strategies within a team environment
  • Help define and optimize the reservoir management strategy, development well locations and well design and production profiles
  • Identify risks and risk mitigation strategies/actions for each reservoir, including evaluation of the reservoir risks and uncertainties associated with development wells and production facilities
  • Define reservoir evaluation programs and participate in the follow up analysis of well results and integration of well results
  • Prepare and present reservoir engineering information to management, partners and other stakeholders
  • Assist in the preparation of regulatory applications/documents
  • Keep informed of technical advancements in the field of reservoir modeling
The position will be Calgary based

ALL VISA REQUIREMENTS AND RELOCATION WILL BE COVERED BY CLIENT

Qualifications:

Our ideal candidate will have the following qualifications:
  • A Bachelor’s of Science in Engineering or Geoscience
  • Eligibility for professional designation through APEGGA or APEGN
  • A minimum of 8 years of experience in the petroleum industry
  • Fully proficient in reservoir simulation
  • Sound knowledge of reservoir geology and log interpretation
  • Adept at reservoir engineering techniques, numerical simulation, well test interpretation, material balance, production logging analysis, PVT analysis and other industry standard reservoir engineering interpretation tools and techniques
  • Significant “hands on” practice in the use of ECLIPSE
  • Strong computer skills, including Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • Superior analytical skills to identify key issues based on relevant data
  • Highly motivated, “can-do” attitude with a desire to achieve goals beyond the minimum requirement
  • Proven ability to work in a diverse team environment (e.g., both in discipline and culture)
  • Strong organizational and time management skills to succeed in a work environment with different tasks, responsibilities and people
  • Demonstrated proactive work ethic, with ability to multi-task and meet tight time deadlines
  • Effective communicator with excellent written, oral and interpersonal skills

 

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Energy Resume Energy CV PhD Geophysics MS Geology seeking Houston Texas Opportunities

Energy Resume Energy CV of Candidate 12188738.  Experienced geophysicist/geologist recognized as an industry leader in Geomodeling and Interpretation.  MS in Geology and PhD in Geophysics.  Petroleum geologic experiences with the recent technological advances in hydrocarbon exploration and production. Doctoral research dealt with integration of geological and geophysical data for reservoir characterization by utilizing the state of the art techniques. Published  research findings in SEG/AAPG.

Familiar with regional, prospect, and well evaluations. Worked on basin modeling, operations, velocity analysis, AVO, risk analysis, and reserve estimation. He is proficient in use of seismic interpretation/ visualization (Landmark’s SeisWorks/ StratWorks/SynTool/Earthcube/Zmap/Rave, Geoframe), seismic modeling and reservoir characterization (Petrel and Mathematica), 3D seismic processing (Promax), and MS Office software. Familiar with inversion, AVO (Hampson-Russell) and salt boundaries mapping. Worked as an individual contributor, team leader, and Manager.  Experienced as a geologist/geophysicist in interpretation and development tasks in Gulf of Mexico and Texas onshore.

Result-oriented Geoscientist having a wide variety of experience in hydrocarbon exploration and development with strong analytical and technical skills.  Well versed in basin analysis/drilling/ testing and reservoir engineering operations in high-pressured onshore and offshore including deep-water basins. Experienced with dynamic multi-disciplinary team environments with aggressive exploration and production growth targets. Familiar with workstation software, computer programming, geostatistical techniques for techno-economic analysis and project monitoring. Familiar with technical tender evaluation of well services and computer items.

EXPERIENCE:

2007- Present: Major International E&P. Houston, USA

Senior Reservoir Geophysicist:

Effectively worked both as a geophysicist and  geologist as per Company’s work exigencies.

Gulf of Mexico – Garden Bank, Mississippi Canyon, North Padre Island

Onshore – Geophysical evaluation and modeling of various fields. Geological, geophysical interpretation, AVO and attribute analysis. G&G and Engineering monitoring and well drilling activities. Company’s coordinator for integrated analysis, reservoir simulation and production optimization. Coordinated and worked with engineers and G&G colleagues for field development to optimize production. Participated in reserve computation.

Technology scouting for better interpretation and seismic processing. Coordinated reprocessing of 3D seismic data through RTM. Interpreted and mapped salt top and bottom boundaries.

Participated in Company’s farm-in and farm-out proposals/meetings.

Project coordinator for Reservoir Data Base creation, Scouting for appropriate/affordable software. Liaison with Corporate Head Quarter for modification and incorporation of existing Portuguese version of SIRR and SIGEO softwares (Reservoir Data Base and relevant application).

2001 – 2007  Major Exploration and Production Firm, Houston, Texas

■  Consultant

Ultra Deep Water Atlantic Bidding Project, Trinidad.  Interpreted 2D  seismic, well data and sequence stratigraphy to depict reservoir  geometry.

1989 – 2001  International Exploration and Production Firm

Superintendent Geologist, 1996-2001

Deep Water Offshore Exploration,

Championed coordination and supervision of Companies first deepwater exploratory drilling project.

Offshore and Onshore Exploration,

Supervised shallow, deep water, and onshore drilling projects. Deepened wells based on conceptualized basin modeling, reinterpretation of seismic data based on intermediate e-logs, petrophysical data, and velocity analysis, resulting in the discovery of additional oil and gas sands. Made successful well recommendations on low resistivity pay zones based on seismostratigraphic analysis and well data evaluation. Presented project overviews to the dignitaries and regularly participated in peer reviews.

Gained extensive cross-training in engineering, including: drilling and production technologies, reservoir engineering and well completions. Routinely evaluated drilling and production data and generated completion reports for wells drilled from jack-up rigs and drill-ships. Innovated monitoring techniques to decrease risk in blind drilling above high-pressured formations. Suggested effective production solutions to problems with congealing of highly viscous oil.

Senior Geologist, 1988-1995

Shallow Water Offshore Exploration,

Prepared recommendations and monitored high-angle, directional drilling of high-pressure wells. Continued development of geologic and geophysical interpretation skills, including proficiencies in mud logging.  Developed a basic understanding of drilling and reservoir engineering methods. Discovered highly valuable upside potential of an oil sand in Ravva field based on interpretation of 3D seismic amplitude anomalies and seismogeological correlation.

1981-1987

Geologist

Onshore Exploration, Northeast India,

Interpreted 2-D seismic, performed well log correlation, analyzed petrophysical data (including cuttings and core) and geostatistical data for basin modeling.  Generated prospect maps and made well recommendations for several exploration projects. Performed infrastructure logistics and cost assessment to initiate rank wildcat well drilling. Team leader for risk analysis and prospect evaluation of several successful wildcat wells. As Computer Division Team Leader, innovated computerized exploration methods through utilization of commercial database software, developed a number of user-friendly computer programs in Basic and FORTRAN languages for ease in monitoring, data reporting, selective data retrieval, and geological application including reserve accretion.  Designed architecture of a comprehensive regional database containing more than 700 wells, and populated the database with a large volume of geologic information, such as well header information, available log curves, digitized contour maps, and monthly drilling reports. Responsible for training, technical vetting, long-term budgetary planning, equipment and manpower for database development.

SKILLS:

  • Acquainted with geophysical and geological interpretation & evaluation skills for oil and gas exploration and development.
  • Wire line log interpretation, core & drilled cutting analysis; interpretation of 2D &3D seismic records integrating petrophysical data; seismogeological correlation & basin analysis leading to prospect generation and discovery of potential zones.
  • Proficiencies in reservoir characterization.
  • Integrated studies incorporating sequence stratigraphy and petrophysics, seismic attribute analysis, seismic interpretation and visualization; course work training in seismic inversion, seismic modeling, 3D seismic processing, clastic and carbonate depositional systems, and global tectonics.
  • Well versed with well-site monitoring techniques for Jack-up rig and drill-ship in over-pressured basin both in shallow and deep water setting.
  • Project monitoring and scheduling; simultaneous supervision of onshore and offshore exploratory drilling activities; cross-trained in drilling, testing, and well completion methods; mastered a fairly good knowledge on offshore drilling technology, mud system, supervision of mud logging, well testing and well complication analysis.

Acquainted with workstation software and programming:

  • Landmarks (SeisWorks/StratWorks/SynTool/ Earthcube/Zmap/Rave/Promax), Petrel, HampsonRussell and Geoframe.
  • Computer programming knowledge in Mathematica and Fortran; Data base creation, validation, and management; basic knowledge in C++  and Unix; proficiency in MS Office tools (Word/Excel/PowerPoint).
  • Techno-economic evaluation, risk analysis, and geostatistics.
  • Technology scouting, technical paper publication / presentation and paper review skills.
  • Excellent interpersonal skill for inter-disciplinary coordination.
  • Experienced in working in collaborative multidisciplinary environments with aggressive reserve accretion and production targets without compromising safety; sociable, amicable, and adaptive character with team working spirit; highly motivated, dedicated, hard working, and quick learner with effective mentoring, leadership, communication, management skills.

EDUCATION:

2001-2005

VIRGINIA POLYTECHNIC INSTITUTE AND STATE UNIVERSITY, Blacksburg, VA,

PhD, Geophysics

■ Dissertation: Determination of Heterogeneity by High-Resolution Seismic Reservoir Characterization in the Heavy Oil Temblor Reservoir of Coalinga Field, California

■ Proficiencies in seismic interpretation and visualization (Landmarks – SeisWorks/ StratWorks/TDQ Earthcube/Zmap/Rave), seismic modeling and reservoir characterization (Hampson-Russell, Mathematica), 3D seismic processing (Promax), clastic and carbonate sequence stratigraphy, as well as MS Office tools (Word/Excel/PowerPoint)

1978-1981; INDIAN SCHOOL OF MINES, Dhanbad, India,

Master of Technology, 1981, Mineral Exploration

■ Thesis:  Geostatistical Analysis of Dhobani Copper Mines.

Master of Science, 1980, Applied Geology

■ Thesis: Geology of Anantapur Kimberlites.

Bachelor of Science, 1978, Applied Geology

1975 -1977

BERHAMPUR UNIVERSITY, Berhampur, India

Bachelor of Science, 1977, Geology

PUBLICATIONS:

ALL AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST

AWARDS:

2005; Fellowship, SEG Travel Grant

2000; Meritorious Service Award,

1998; Meritorious Service Award,

1993; Meritorious Service Award,

1991; Meritorious Service Award,

1997; Chief Geologist’s Letter of Appreciation, Innovation,

1989; Vice-Chairman’s Award,

1988; Chairman’s Award, Best Technical Paper,

1981; University Grant Commission Scholarship, Indian School of Mines

1979-1980; Central Government Scholarship, Indian School of Mines

GRANTS:

2003-2004; Teaching Assistantship: Elementary Geophysics Labs

2003; Teaching Assistantship: Elements of Geology Labs

2003; Teaching Assistantship: Seismic Stratigraphy Labs

2001-2002; Graduate Research Assistantship: Seismic Reservoir Characterization

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Senior Staff Petrophysicist Energy Jobs Calgary Canada Houston Texas

Senior Staff Petrophysicist Energy Jobs Calgary Canada Houston Texas
A strong Growth oriented E&P Company is seaching for a Senior Petrophysicist to join their team.With an office in Calgary, Alberta, this Company is a large integrated energy and energy-related company, with upstream, midstream and downstream segments operating in the United States, Western Canada, to offshore Canada’s East Coast,  China, Indonesia and several other international areas.
They are a financially disciplined, integrated energy company with a consistent record of strong operational and financial performance. They provides investors with a top quartile yield and prudent business model which combines quality investment and operational excellence. Management has a proven track record of executing projects on time and on budget, achieving project goals and creating shareholder value.

This is a senior professional position which, as part of the Petrophysical Team, provides petrophysical support to Business Units and Exploration Districts. In the role of Senior Staff Petrophysicist, you will evaluate petrophysical data from the Company and partner operated wells for the purpose of establishing drill stem test intervals, completion and/or abandonment decisions, perforation intervals, reservoir potential and reserves estimates. An important aspect of the position is to conduct multi-well analysis projects in support of Enhanced Oil recovery (EOR) and unconventional resource play projects.  Specific responsibilities of the position are:

  • Design and monitor formation evaluation programs
  • Ensure quality of load data
  • Conduct petrophysical analyses on single wells and on multi-well projects
  • Mentor and advise staff on petrophysical data and interpretations


Qualifications:

  • A Bachelor’s degree in Geology, with a minimum of 10 years of experience in a combination of logging operations, log analysis, and/or geology
  • Currently registered, or eligible for registration with The Association of Professional Engineers, Geologists, and Geophysicists of Alberta (APEGGA)
  • Demonstrated proficiency in designing and monitoring logging programs and conducting petrophysical evaluations of single wells and multi-well projects
  • Experience in the evaluation of unconventional reservoirs
  • Good interpersonal skills and the ability to work in a multi-disciplinary team environment
  • Well developed oral and written communication and presentation skills
  • Good organizational skills to handle a wide variety of tasks and priorities
  • Ability to mentor and train less experienced staff on petrophysical issues
  • Strong computer skills with experience in Interactive Petrophysics is an asset


 

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SENIOR PETROPHYSICIST

HOUSTON, TEXAS

Our Client, one of the world’s largest oil and gas E & P companies, is seeking an experienced Senior Petrophysicist.

In this key role, you will be responsible for providing operational petrophysical support to wells drilling, providing mentoring to junior level Petrophysicists, providing comprehensive formation evaluation program recommendations to all proposed wells.

You will apply your keen petrophysical interpretation techniques using state-of-the-art technology and be involved in petrophysical regional studies to support exploration & development teams.

The ideal candidate will have at minimum of a BS in Geology, Petroleum Engineering or Physics, with a very strong preference for an advance level degree.  You must possess at least 15 or more years of experience petrophysical interpretation and operations. Very familiar with leading software analysis tools are required.

The select candidate will be offered an outstanding Total Compensation Package (Base plus Bonus Potential), and generous benefits.  Relocation available.
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Corporate Global Modeling Advisor MacNRG Energy Jobs Houston Texas TX

Corporate Global Modeling Advisor MacNRG Energy Jobs Houston Texas TX 

Our client, a global energy company, is seeking an experienced Corporate Global Modeling Advisor for their Houston office.  This key role will be an advisor to a start up team as they begin researching, testing and developing state of the art technologies for worldwide implementation.

The ideal candidate will have demonstrated innovation in computation and modeling capabilities, with a background preference in downstream or computer science.

The selected candidate will be offered an exceptional base salary, incentive bonus and very generous benefits.

Requirements:

*  At least 10 years post doctorate experience encompassing a very board geoscience or engineering background with computational modeling experience.

*  PhD in Mathematics, Physics, Engineering, Computer Sciences or Geosciences.

*  Knowledge of geophysical seismic processing, reservoir simulation and reservoir modeling.

*  Oil products and refinery optimization.

*  Both upstream and downstream experience.

*  National and European research laboratory relationships as well as university contacts a must.

*  Ideal candidate will be very well published in the above mentioned fields.

*  Authorized to work without sponsorship in the US.

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Senior Geology Geologist Jobs Southern California CA

Senior Geologist Jobs Southern California

Our client, a major oil and gas firm is seeking a Senior Geologist for their California office.  Located just minutes from the beautiful beaches of Southern California, south of Los Angeles, this position is accountable for supporting the ongoing development and reservoir description efforts one of their key fields.  You will maintain and improve the geologic understanding of the field, identify additional reserves, and improve recovery from a challenging reservoir.   Your essential duties will  include geological mapping, reservoir description, identification of development drilling and workover/recompletion opportunities, wellsite geo-steering support, and reserve determinations.  This key position will give you the opportunity to proactively participate in reservoir study and simulation teams, and annual reserves reviews.  Excellent communications skills both verbal and written are required.

 

 

To qualify for this great opportunity, you must possess at a minimum: *  Bachelor’s of Science degree in Geology required, Master’s degree in Geology highly preferred.

*  At least eight (8) or more years of experience in oil and gas field exploitation with a proven track record of  identifying development opportunities and bypassed oil in a mature waterflood.

*  Experience in reservoir characterization and flow unit modeling of a challenging reservoir.


*  Strong workstation skills with experience in Landmark products (Openworks, Stratworks, Zmap, Seisworks, etc.) and Petrel or similar 3D geologic modeling software.

*  Working knowledge of petrophysics and open-hole log interpretation.

The selected candidate will be offered an excellent base salary, bonus potential, relocation assistance and very generous benefit package.

 
 

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