Location: Lagos, Nigeria
The Senior Reservoir Engineer provide technical and operational support on all activities viz. drilling, completion, production, well intervention activities, etc. to maximise recovery of oil and gas reserves from both mature and new fields in assigned area.
> Contribute to special dynamic modelling studies as well as technical and economical evaluations of E&P opportunities.
> Construct reservoir surveillance plans, including the design and implementation of well tests.
> Participates in strategic and business planning efforts towards complete reservoir management.
> Demonstrate knowledge of complex and Smart Completion applications, intelligence field applications.
> Provide short/medium production forecast for the Corporate Business Planning process.
> Must be able to interface with the drilling group and provide real time support to drilling well construction issues.
> Evaluate and manage water-flood scheme. Monitor flood front movement and integrate data to identify water breakthrough mechanism and set mitigation plans to insure proper production and injection balance with optimum VRR.
> Identify opportunities for improving well performance and field production Enhancement.
> Follow-up on drilling, completion, and intervention activities.
> Timely implementation of the FDP related projects to achieve the planned production targets.
KEY COMPETENCIES REQUIREMENTS
BS degree in Physics, Mechanical, Chemical, Petroleum or Mining Engineering.
10 - 15 years practical reservoir engineering experience with an operating company or specialist service company
Demonstrate an excellent working knowledge of dynamic simulation, well testing and Field Development Planning (FDP)
Highly computer literate
Excellent communicator. Needs to be able to generate coherent reports/recommendations.
Please send your CV to Stuart Potter, or contact +44 161 905 5143 to discuss in more detail.
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