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ConocoPhillips Norway is looking for a highly competent and ambitious Petrophysicist in the Greater Ekofisk Area (GEA) Development Organization.
Petrophysical evaluation of reservoirs
Accountability & End Result
Deliver petrophysical technical products to the BU
- Identify, recommend and deliver systematic studies utilizing the existing petrophysical database to advance our understanding of the rock and fluid properties in the reservoir and overburden of the Norway operated fields (historical and current focus is on the Ekofisk and Eldfisk chalk fields)
- Deliver advanced petrophysical analysis in support of building and maintaining full field models for development of existing fields, and for new field developments
- Act as main point of contact in Norway Subsurface organization for petrophysical technical studies or requests from COP staff, partners, authorities or other 3rd parties
- Collaborate with Norway Subsurface teams to justify and gain approval for additional petrophysical data acquisition in the ongoing well operations programs
- Interface with COP Subsurface Technology and industry to identify new technologies to advance our reservoir and overburden characterizations
- Provide guidance and steering to ongoing BU efforts toward continuous improvement of petrophysical data management
- Mentorship and dissemination of petrophysical skills and reservoir / overburden knowledge to the Norway Subsurface staff
- BSc degree or equivalent in Geosciences or Petroleum Engineering;
- 10+ years hands on petrophysical analysis experience
- Track record of delivering insightful, value-adding studies of petrophysical data for improvement of subsurface rock and fluid characterization (reservoir and overburden).
- Hands on experience with petrophysical analysis of chalk reservoirs.
- Capability to oversee and direct routine and special core analysis programs, and integrate results into characterization products.
- Demonstrated petrophysical work experience across a variety of rock types and settings.
- Experience integrating a broad variety of open and cased hole petrophysical data types toward characterization products.
- Proficiency with working and extracting value from large petrophysical databases.
- Familiarity with petrophysical data management best practices.
- Effective skills in mentoring and knowledge sharing
OtherConocoPhillips can offer competitive terms of employment and good welfare benefits.
Questions regarding the position can be forwarded to Hiring Manager Nina Hagen, Director Reservoir Characterization, tel. 52022034.
Other questions regarding the recruiting process can be forwarded by mail to COPNORecruiting@conocophillips.com
Please note that you only have to fill in the fields regarding work experience and education once to be able to proceed with your application. The most important is that you attach right information in your CV.
In order to be considered for this position you must complete the entire application process, which includes answering all prescreening questions, attach motivation letter and CV, and provide your eSignature within the application deadline July 31, 2018.
"ConocoPhillips is an equal opportunity employer"
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