The Company was incorporated in 1978 to oversee operations in onshore concession areas covering approximately 21,000 square kilometers including five of the most important mainland oilfields in the region. During the first quarter of 2006, the inauguration of the North East BAB has been started.
Plans and coordinates all reservoir engineering activities within assigned field development team, to ensure proper implementation of development plans designed to optimize ultimate recovery. Includes initiating and guiding in data collection programs, reservoir monitoring, reservoir and studies to determine medium and long-term implications of different development options. Integrates the team’s reservoir modeling efforts by identifying study objectives and requirements, synchronizing tasks and synthesis various members’ contributions and activities to achieve established goals and objectives in timely fashion. Defines and implements quality control and quality assurance standards for all reservoir engineering activities within assigned team. Prepares integrated plans and budgets for all reservoir studies, pilots, projects and monitoring related expenditure. Recommending major new development / recovery projects and advising management as to the best producing plans and capacity and allowable for all reservoirs within assigned field.
Directs and participates in the formulation, implementation and monitoring of development plans covering recovery method, injection fluids, location and number of wells, operating pressure level, production, injection level, etc.
Liaises with other disciplines within and/or outside own team/division to coordinate work programs and changes required to meet the team objectives. This includes identifying requirements for coring, logging, testing and other related reservoir monitoring programs
Coordinates and supervises reservoir modeling studies carried out by outside consultants. Includes establishing terms of reference; monitoring consultants’ work ; and reviewing and approving final reports
Directs the application of advanced reservoir engineering and computer based simulation techniques
Coordinates the investigation of problems related to reservoirs exploitation and recommends appropriate solutions. Includes the use of new equipment, logging techniques, studies, etc.
B. Sc. in Petroleum or Chemical Engineering, Math, Physics or equivalent.
12 - 15 years of experience in general petroleum engineering including 8 years in reservoir engineering including wide exposure to other oil and gas industry disciplines e.g. geo-sciences and petrophysics
Fluid Flow and Displacement
Well Test Analysis
Reservoir Monitoring and Management
Field Development Planning