[Oil&Gas] Reservoir Engineer-ConocoPhillips

18 Maret 2008

Employment Opportunities at ConocoPhillips

We have a job opening for immediate employment.


Basic Purposes / Responsibilities:

• Develop and maintain reservoir simulation models.
• Conduct study to evaluate the feasibility of maximizing current recovery factor.
• Calculate and present annual field reserve review.
• Work with partners and government agencies to represent the company.
• Predict reservoir production performance and optimize field appraisal.

Qualification & Experience:

• Bachelor or Master degree in Petroleum Engineering / Chemical Engineering

• 3 + years in the oil and gas industry

- Experiences in Reservoir Simulation.
- Production Analysis: GAP, MBAL, Peep, Topaze.
- Nodal Analysis: Prosper and Well Performance Model.
-Well Test Analysis: Saphir.
- Economic Evaluation: PEEP.
- Experience in determining reserves by decline curve analysis, reservoir simulation,
volumetric analysis or material balance methods

General Competency:

• Reservoir engineering technical excellence.
• Strong communication skills.
• Good interpersonal skills.
• Ability to work with a mentor, a team, dependent contributor.
• High level of initiative, energy and creativity.
• Analytical skills with a practical approach to problem solving.

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This posting will be closed on 24 March 2008. Only very short-listed candidates will be
contacted for further process.

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