Context and environment
Surfaces / Operations) is key
B.Sc. in Reservoir Engineering and / or M.Sc. in Petroleum Engineering
Professional experience : 0 - 3 years in Reservoir Engineering, modelling and dynamic simulation with possible exposure to well performance evaluation, reservoir monitoring, dynamic synthesis and field review
Demonstrable aptitude for cross-functional collaboration
Excellent team player
Strong interpersonal skills, integrity and strong work ethics and ability to learn
Excellent written / verbal communication skills in English
Strong computer skills, including proficiency in office productivity tools (e.g., Microsoft office suite)
Geographical mobility expected
Ability to synthesize data and capacity to interact with the operational professionals.
Provision of reservoir engineering (monitoring) support to the fields
Implement independently basic reservoir engineering techniques in the frame to the Job Holder task (e.g., well test interpretation, log interpretation, thermodynamics.)
Analyse the dynamic behaviour of the reservoirs through the reservoir monitoring results
Participate in and Conduct reserves assessments / evaluations, production profiles and their related uncertainties for different development scenarios
Define reservoir data acquisitions (well tests, logs, fluids, cores), required to characterise and predict reservoir behaviour
Conduct static and (above all) dynamic data interpretation and comprehensive synthesis
Supervise field monitoring activities on producing fields (well test programmes...),
Propose actions aiming at optimizing production and maintaining productivity
Participate in integrated reservoir studies aiming at defining the production mechanism, the development scheme and the production profiles.
Participate in contingent resources assessment of Field
Contribute to define reservoir data acquisitions (well tests, logs, fluids, cores), required to characterise and predict reservoir behaviour and their interpretation and integration in a consistent overall picture
Implement with minimal supervision basic reservoir engineering techniques e.g., well test interpretation, log interpretation, thermodynamics, Material balance analysis
Performs analysis of field and well production behaviour incorporating G&G understanding of the field to define the reservoir management strategy and to propose production-optimising operations.
Prepares Well Intervention Requests
Contribute to the reservoir aspects of further development (including infill wells, work over)
Serve as on-site witness to relevant operations such as PLT’s, perforations, Cased hole saturation logging, Well Testing, PVT sampling and production chemistry on both rig less units and drilling rigs.