Baker Hughes Reservoir Development Services (RDS) has an immediate opening for Petrophysicist Consultant in Aberdeen.
Gaffney, Cline & Associates, a global consultancy within the Reservoir Development Services organization, offers technical, commercial and strategic advice to the petroleum sector. The company’s expertise is the
business of petroleum
, reflecting an unparalleled track record in:
Exploration, development and production evaluation and operations
Field development and rehabilitation
Reserves and resources reporting requirements or statutory reporting or financing purposes
Due diligence property evaluation and valuation for acquisition, divestiture or dispute resolution
Midstream and downstream facilities and economic evaluation
Advice to Sovereigns on petroleum licensing, depletion and fiscal policy and maximizing resource potential
Gaffney, Cline & Associates is quickly expanding its global operations and is now seeking talented and motivated professionals to join our dynamic organization.
Undertake petrophysical interpretation and analysis using appropriate techniques and technologies to provide world class solutions for the client.
Provide petrophysical input to multi-disciplinary projects, from frontier exploration through discovery appraisal to field development and production. This will include resource estimation and auditing using the correct tools for the individual project.
Present data, interpretation and reports to clients either individually or as part of the larger project team. This requires excellent report writing and presentation skills.
Advise clients on petrophysics matters, often at a senior level.
Act as Project Manager on some projects, maintaining frequent contact with the client and ensuring adherence to timescales and budgets.
Support colleagues by assisting them with petrophysics knowledge.
Mentor the development of less experienced petrophysics colleagues.
Assist the new business development team as required. Attend conferences and forums as needed and serve as an ambassador
Bachelor's Degree, Master's Degree or PhD in Petrophysics, Physics or related earth science or equivalent
- Solid level of expertise as a Petrophysicist with
experience from either a consultancy or an operator
Able to perform analyses on minimal data in a variety of geological environments.
Able to perform rigorous, comprehensive petrophysical analyses, single-well or field study.
Experience in using petrophysical software is desirable.
Must be able to perform interpretation and analysis and provide solutions to clients.
Expert on all levels of log and core information and integration.
Top level technical expertise in highly complex reservoir description.
Familiarity with 3D geological modeling and flow simulation modeling, especially the requirements expected of petrophysicists and the way petrophysical deliverables are used.
Posses excellent report writing and presentations skills.
Advanced technical skills in the use of computer applications to resolve reservoir problems.
Excellent analytical skills.
Ability to communicate well individually and in team environment.
Ability to handle complex problems with broad scope.
Some familiarity with cased-hole and production logging is a plus.
North Sea experience would be ideal
Baker Hughes - 2 years ago
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