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Sr. Geoscience Advisor – Job # G9823


Company Profile:

  • A subsidiary of a national South American oil company that performs crude oil and natural gas exploration, production, refining, and transportation
  • Operations in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico, Colombia, Brazil and Peru
  • Employs under 10,000 employees.

  • Benefits and Features:

  • Tuition reimbursement
  • Competitive compensation and benefits, including target bonus and stock options
  • Multi-national career opportunities
  • Paid vacation commensurate with years of service
  • And more!

  • Your Role with the Company:

    The Development Geoscience Advisor/Geomodeler is an experienced geoscience professional providing specialist expertise in geological reservoir characterization and static geo­modeling. This individual provides expert assessment and modeling utilizing seismic, wells, and production data and requires a thorough understanding of deepwater depositional systems and analogs, including structural, stratigraphic, and sedimentological elements applicable to deepwater Gulf of Mexico including experience in subsalt geologic interpretation.

    Other qualifications and/or responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

  • Perform integrated geologic reservoir characterization, building and optimizing 3­D static geologic models using Petrel for input into Eclipse reservoir simulation work.
  • Interface with Exploration geoscientists, Development geophysical interpreters and reservoir engineers.
  • Provide expertise in reservoir characterization, deepwater depositional systems/reservoir architectures, including basic log analysis, seismic interpretation, integration of rock and fluid property analyses.
  • Recommend, propose and incorporate best practices in planning and executing development geoscience activities.

  • Background Profile:

  • 15 + years of geoscience experience.
  • 10 + years of deepwater experience, at least 5 years Gulf of Mexico.
  • 10 + years direct experience with development reservoir characterization and static modeling.
  • Proven ability to integrate all pertinent data within a complex geologic framework, and a thorough understanding of geologic facies and their impact on fluid flow.
  • Ability to quickly learn and utilize software tools and techniques, working effectively in multi­-discipline teams, handling complex assignments, and generating high­ quality results with minimal direct supervision.
  • Master’s Degree in Geology or Geophysics from a U.S., Canadian, U.K., or internationally­recognized university.
  • Must be legally allowed to work in the U.S.; either U.S. citizen or permanent resident (possess Green Card).