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  • Job reference: RMS0137734

Reservoir Engineer

  • Sector: Oil & Gas
  • Location: Saudi Arabia
  • Job type: Permanent
  • Date posted: 23/07/2014
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The Role:
Perform technical analysis and studies related to UR reservoir engineering assessments in KSA:
Fluids, SCAL and pressure transient well testing and analysis
Type curve and decline curve analysis
Material balance modeling
Hands-on experience in black oil, simulation of conventional and unconventional oil and gas fields
Experience with risk identification
Experience in single-well and multiple-well modeling, stress analysis
Experience with nodal analysis, gathering system and IAM modeling
Understands log analysis and interpretation in unconventional reservoirs
Understands reservoir characterization in unconventional hydrocarbon plays (tight gas, shale gas, unconventional oil, and/or coal bed methane

Essential Skills / Qualifications:
Reservoir Engineer with at least 10 years’ experience, with at least 5 years’ experience with unconventional resources on shale and tight gas plays (US preferred). Prior consulting/secondment experience a plus.
Advanced knowledge and application of reservoir engineering principles. Good working knowledge of BHI products and services. Excellent client relations, interpersonal, communication and presentation skills; a real team player.
Proficient in the use of software such as Eclipse, Petrel RE, PVTi, SCALi, VFPi, Matbal and other commercial reservoir evaluation tools.

Desirable Skills / Qualifications:
• Bachelor's degree in Petroleum Reservoir Engineering or a related science as appropriate to the required discipline. An advanced degree is preferred but not essential .
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