Sr. Geoscience Advisor – Job # G9823
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
Competitive compensation and benefits, including target bonus and stock options
Multi-national career opportunities
Paid vacation commensurate with years of service
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.
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).