Company: Saudi Aramco
Skills: Geologist
Experience: 15 + Years
Education: Bachelors/3-5 yr Degree
Employment Type: Full Time Salaried Employee
Location: Dhahran, Eastern Province, Saudi Arabia
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Req Number: 16834BR

Position Description:
As one of the world's largest fully integrated energy enterprises, Saudi Aramco not only looks for individuals who can meet our expectations but for those individuals who can exceed them. Our intent is to become the world's leading integrated energy company.

The Geological Operations Department is seeking a top Clastic or Carbonate Field Geologist to join their world class team.

As the successful candidate you will have a specialized geological and sedimentological background gained working in a wide range of clastic or carbonate depositional environments.

You will have experience in both reservoir and source rock units (potential conventional and unconventional reservoirs), and be able to develop basin and reservoir exploration models, and 3-D static geological models using tectono-stratigraphy concepts from basin to field scales.

Minimum Requirements:
As the successful candidate you will hold a Bachelor's degree in Geology. A Masters' Degree or PHD is preferred.

You will have a minimum of 15 years' experience in exploration development geology.

Duties & Responsibilities:
You will be required to perform the following:-

Assess reservoir quality of exploration wells via core descriptions and log analysis, and introduce explanations for the reservoir characteristics.

Work within multi-disciplinary project teams, providing sedimentological advice/input.

Integrate data using 2D/3D Seismic, Gravity, Magnetic, wireline logs, core, outcrop, and specialist geological techniques - SEM, XRD, chemostratigraphy, and isotope biostratigraphy.

Conduct detailed sedimentological investigations, draw conclusions and make recommendations to support asset evaluation.

Manage stratigraphy surface geology field work in carbonate and / or clastic reservoir rocks.