The Reservoir Engineer will work in a cross functional team, dedicated either to a producing operated asset or major capital project involving volcanic fluvial clastic systems. The asset has an active drilling program of both platform and subsea wells and the successful candidate will be required to work closely with Drilling, Production and Operations teams. Working to analyse and optimise production the Reservoir Engineer will be responsible for providing expertise in the following areas: reserves determination, classical reservoir engineering techniques, reservoir management, simulation and project management.
Economic and decision risk analysis including probabilistic methods for use in evaluation of projects, new and re-drill well targets.
Discuss issues at detailed technical level with production, reservoir and drilling engineers, as well as geoscientists.
Work with and clearly communicate technical information to all levels of Chevron organisation, asset partners, government agencies and vendors.
Participates in strategic and business planning efforts towards complete reservoir management.
MSc in Petroleum Engineering or equivalent.
Knowledge of classical reservoir engineering and management for different types of reservoirs.
Experience in calculating field reserves using deterministic and probabilistic methods.
Experience in building and maintenance of black oil finite element simulation models, knowledge of Eclipse is desirable.
Broad Reservoir Engineering experience.
Previous experience of working within operated asset team is desirable.
Good knowledge of project economics.
Ability to communicate cross discipline.
Ability to foster co-operation and collaboration among team members is considered an important asset.
Effective oral and written communication abilities.