Reservoir Engineer

Patch Personnel
Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand
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8 + Years Experience


Company: Patch Personnel
Skills: Chemical Engineering, Petroleum Engineering, Reservoir Engineering
Experience: 8 + Years
Education: Bachelors/3-5 yr Degree
Employment Type: Full Time Salaried Employee
Salary: Attractive salary package
Location: Wellington, Wellington, New Zealand
Status: Active


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An opportunity is available to join a leading oil and gas operating company in the role of Reservoir Engineer based in the Company's office in Wellington, New Zealand.

The Reservoir Engineer supports production operations and development opportunity maturation towards securing the maximum value of the company's assets by building, quality checking, maintaining and running state-of-the-art reservoir simulation models. The Reservoir Engineer analyses reservoir engineering data for reservoir management, development and exploration as an essential function.

 

Your tasks

  • Create, deliver and maintain dynamic reservoir models for performance monitoring, development opportunity assessment and management decisions.
  • Conduct routine surveillance of operated and non-operated wells and fields o ensure optimal performance.
  • Contribute to project economics delivery in existing production areas and for diverse New Venture and Exploration opportunities.
  • Generate documentation for all work conducted
  • Present reservoir engineering work for technical assurance a internal peer reviews and at Technical Committee Meetings (TCMs) with Joint Venture (JV) partners.
  • Identify and mature opportunities, assess reserves and provide input into annual reserves reporting.
  • Manage development and appraisal projects and/or provide input into development plans.

Your profile

  • Tertiary qualification in Petroleum, Chemical or Mechanical Engineering
  • Minimum of 8 - 10 years' experience as a reservoir engineer with an oil and gas operator in a multi-disciplinary team
  • Experience in field development, preferably in an offshore environment
  • Proficiency in industry standard reservoir simulation software
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to adapt in a dynamic and changing work environment

The role will be offered on a 2 year fixed term basis.

A competitive remuneration package is available for this role, depending on skills and experience.