Job Title: Geoscientist
Company: WTS Energy
Job Code: WTMU03975
WTS Energy provides recruitment and manpower services for the global oil and gas and energy industries. We supply engineers and consultants to our clients’ projects and operations, and perform employment outsourcing services such as workforce management in oil and gas regions around the world.
Our clients are based globally and offer a wide range of vacancies in oil, gas and energy. WTS Energy places suitable engineers and consultants in any phase of Oil and Gas projects and in all skills relating to: Geoscience, Drilling Management and Well Services, Facilities, (FEED) Engineering, Construction, Pipeline, Subsea, Commissioning and Start Up and Operations and Maintenance. WTS Energy operates globally with offices in 14 countries and is operational in over 50 countries.
Job Description: – Use seismic, structural, geological, petrophysical and all available well data to create reservoir maps and 3D geological models. – Provide stratigraphic correlations using core, log, fluid, pressure and well test data to capture dynamic and static heterogeneity. – Execute work programmes to support identification of drilling opportunities and the preparation of well proposals, maps, and volumetric estimates. – Generate and evaluate leads and prospects using interpretations of 2D/3D seismic, available well results and offset regional data as appropriate to produce maps, volumes, and risk analyses. – Provide assistance to drilling activities in the form of input to well proposals and operational support. – Carry out detailed geophysical and geological studies in order to provide input to field development plans. – Mentor junior staff in latest geological techniques as necessary.
Requirements: – University graduate with a high quality engineering/science/geology degree. – Sound technical knowledge with at least 10 years relevant experience including significant time within an operating company. – Technically strong geoscientist with expertise in seismic interpretation, reservoir characterisation, geological modeling and field development planning. – Experience in well design and drilling operations. – Experience of working effectively in multi‐ disciplinary, multi‐cultural teams. – Effective communicator with an ability to mentor younger staff. – The Company is at an early stage of growth and the individual must be prepared to deal with significant levels of uncertainty and changing priorities whilst remaining focused on delivering business targets in a structured manner. – Detailed knowledge of the geology of, and or operations within, the Niger Delta would be an advantage.
Terms & Conditions: – Dayrate salary – 12 to 24 months Contract
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