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  • Job reference: RMS0126627

Production Geologist

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: UK - Other
  • Job type: Contract
  • Date posted: 09/07/2013
  • Time left:
    d h m s
    (16/07/13)
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The Company:
Our Client, world leader in natural gas with operations in more than 20 countries worldwide is currently looking for a Production Geologist to join their team of professionals.

The Role:
The primary role of the position holder is to develop the understanding to optimise the on-going field development plan, (including recovery strategy performance and well placement decisions). The successful candidate will also be directly involved in assessing the prospectivity in the area to help establish the future business value.

The role will provide the subsurface asset lead to steer the on-going modelling effort, and be the focal point in the Partner technical community for ensuring the model is used to optimise key development decisions. There is a continuing programme of drilling, well interventions and a programme of intense reservoir management planned for the Field.

The focus of the role is using and further developing the extraordinarily good understanding of field behaviour , and to assist the operator to optimise the continuing development of the asset.

As a member of the Europe E&P geoscience team the geologist will support colleagues through peer reviews and informal networks

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
MSc or BSc equivalent qualification in Geoscience
Experience in production geology
Understanding of the physics and management of waterfloods, and the reservoir geology of turbidites.
Excellent presentation skills and clear and convincing report writing ability
Ability to engage, influence and energise a wide range of stakeholders on the business benefits of technology applications in area of expertise.
Problem-solving abilities
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