Petrophysicist for Operator Company

Responsibilities

  • Provide expert Petrophysical services for existing assets and also prospect-specific evaluations related to new License Round efforts.
  • Perform systematic petrophysical studies to extract reservoir characterization information from the historical database.
  • Provide input to data acquisition programs for exploration, appraisal and development wells. Accountable for defining and selecting the optimum logging suite to achieve data acquisition needs for wells.
  • Assist the Subsurface and Well Operations staff in the selection and performance appraisal of data acquisition contractors.
  • Perform QA/QC of petrohysical data.
  • Interpret petrophysical data and document evaluations as required, (eg. final well reports).
  • Mentor GGRE staff in the use of petrophysical techniques.
  • Actively participate in the global Company petrophysical users network and maintain links with the Subsurface Technology Group.
  • Liaise with contractors, academic institutions and industrial consortia as appropriate.

Technical and personal skills

  • M.S. or B.S. in Geology, Geophysics or Petroleum Engineering 
  • Work history as a Petrophysicist focused on petrophysical data interpretation as well as defining formation evaluation programs. 
  • Willingness to live and work in Norway involving on a local Norway payroll compensation package. 
  • Good communications skills and networking skills both internal and external
  • Minimum five years of petroleum industry experience in logging technology including log acquisition, processing and interpretation. 
  • Broad experience with both clastic, and carbonate reservoirs particularly chalk reservoirs. 
  • Good awareness of the operational capabilities and limitations of the various types of logging tools and an ability to apply this awareness to the design and advocacy of cost-effective data acquisition program.
  • Ability to carry out all stages of petrophysical data preparation, (data loading, depth-matching, editing, environmentally correcting, log normalization, splicing of data etc).
  • A clear understanding of both conventional and special core analysis techniques. Ability to integrate all type of petrophysical data in the analysis
  • A self-started with good time management skills and the ability to balance multiple projects at the same time
  • Takes Accountability
  • Drives Performance
  • Partners Collaboratively