Denbury Resources Inc. (NYSE: DNR) is a growing independent oil and gas company. The Company is the largest oil and natural gas producer in both Mississippi and Montana, owns the largest reserves of carbon dioxide (CO2) used for tertiary oil recovery east of the Mississippi River, and holds significant operating acreage in the Rocky Mountain and Gulf Coast regions.
The Company's goal is to increase the value of acquired properties through a combination of exploitation, drilling and proven engineering extraction practices, with its most significant emphasis on CO2 tertiary recovery operations.
Denbury is currently searching for a District Engineering Manger to work within our Plano, Texas corporate office.
This position will lead and direct a team that includes the disciplines of reservoir engineering, geology, geophysics, operational engineering to create, implement, and operate a plan of development for the CO2 production in the Rocky Mountains. Original focus will be the Labarge Reservoir which included Riley Ridge and Rands Butte, but will extend into potential joint projects with other operators.
Work closely with other divisions to maximize the value of the assets and determine the optimum economic value for CO2, methane, and helium. These divisions include but are not limited to Gas Plant engineering and operations, North region production divisions, land, environmental affairs, drilling.
Ensure volumes of CO2 are sufficient and can be produced for EOR years ahead of the projected production curve.
Prepare capital budget and development plan for the assigned area and ensure budget compliance.
Assist in preparing the lease operating budget for the assigned area and monitor results to ensure production facilities are maintained in proper working order.
Recommend ways to maximize profits by increasing production and lowering costs. This includes maximizing production rates and being aware of conditions in order to recommend equipment changes that will positively impact project economics.
Monitor production and work with production superintendent to maximize production efficiency on a well and system basis. Production will include Methane, Helium, and CO2.
Work with pipeline construction to ensure constructability upon locating new drills.
Have the ability to support CO2, methane, helium reserve estimates in accordance with SEC regulations.
Have working knowledge of applicable regulations, standards, and recommended practices
Increase base and development production by optimizing Madison and Big Horn reservoir through frequent production reviews that identify opportunities to act upon. The successful candidate will be responsible for the coordination of new well drills and pattern reviews (production and disposal), project management of workovers, and post appraisal of projects.
Candidate will demonstrate creativity and motivation necessary to propose development programs that include drilling, deepening, opening new pay, economic evaluations of CO2, methane, and Helium.
Proficiency in performing economic evaluations of projects including risk analysis
Demonstrate ability or capacity to use petroleum engineering theory to solve problems and identify enhancement opportunities
Ability to interact and communicate written and verbal effectively with team members other departments
Exhibit the qualities of a good team player such as conveying positive attitude within/outside the organization, contributing ideas, collaborating with team members to identify new ways of working efficiently to extract he maximum value from assigned assets.
Account for variation in reservoir productivity and complex logistical/regulatory issues while developing business plans for properties with numerous undrilled locations. Support decision making with business acumen and economic analysis. Must be strong team player capable of encouraging collaboration within cross-functional teams
Consult with management team and simulation group to prioritize modeling projects, report progress and identify resource needs. Responsible for delivering modeling projects on time and ensuring their quality. Work with geologists, geophysicists, petrophysicists and reservoir engineers to define, plan, and execute modeling projects destined for reservoir simulation. Evaluate and assure the quality of model input data and interpretations. Proactively plan and undertake reservoir characterization studies and development planning activities. Provide expertise, mentoring and support in the following
BS Degree in engineering preferably Petroleum Engineering.
Outstanding Denbury Benefits Include:
• Medical/Dental/Vision Benefits on 1st Day of Employment
• Employee Stock Purchase Plan, with company contribution
• Great Long Term Incentives, i.e. Equity Opportunities
• 401k, including company match
• Generous Vacation/Sick Time
• Flexible Work Schedules
• Employer-paid Life, short term and long term insurance
• Gift Matching Program
• Educational Assistance Program
• Emergency Travel Assistance
• Employee Assistance Programs
• Flexible Spending Accounts
• Health Club Reimbursement
• Relaxed work culture
Denbury Resources is an equal opportunity employer and is a Drug Free Environment.