Neconde is a growing Global Energy Company in Nigeria with an unstoppable quest for being recognised as one of the leading energy companies in the world.
1) GEOSCIENCES TEAM LEADER
2) PETROLEUM ENGINEERING TEAM LEADER
3) SENIOR RESERVOIR ENGINEER
GEOSCIENCES TEAM LEADER
This role will be involved in the exploration, appraisal , feasibility studies creation and field development planning of discovered fields, as well as in optimising recovery from the producing field.
MAIN ACTIVITIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Interpreting data to determine subsurface geology and the economic importance of natural resources, using sophisticated technical software.
Assessing the potential quality of mineral and hydrocarbon resources.
Planning and undertaking an exploration drilling programme, after collecting and modelling all available data.
Developing geological models of the earth’s subsurface to understand the geological structure, rock characteristics and likely distribution of oil,gas,mineral-bearing strata.
Advising engineers and senior management on geological factors affecting exploration.
Implementing new technologies and collation of information in the field from geological modelling and seismic processing.
Planning the location and trajectory of development wells and putting well proposal together in conjuction with the multidisciplinary team.
REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Candidates must have a university degree in Geology or Geophysics with a minimum of ten years relevant experience in an oil producing environment (operating companies preferred).
A relevant Master’s degree is a plus.
Candidates must also be creative, have leadership skills, be self- starters and have a broad-based integrated Geology and Geophysics background with a good understanding of Niger-Delta geology.
PETROLEUM ENGINEERING TEAM LEADER
This job involves maximising hydrocarbon recovery at minimum cost while maintainig a strong emphasis on reducing environmental impact.
MAIN RESPONSIBILITY AND ACTIVITIES:
Compiling detailed development plans of reservoir performance using mathematical models to ensure maximum economic recovery.
Managing contractor relationships in relation to health , safety and environmental performance.
Supervising well site operations personnel and managing staff at all levels of the team, including training.
Liaising with separate department to ensure correct progress with projects.
To determine the most likely locations of hydrocarbon reservoirs, and map the extent of the field.
Liasing with the geoscientists, production and reservoir engineers and commercial managers to interprete well- logging results and predict production potential.
REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Candidates must have a university degree in petroleum, mechanical or chemical Engineering or closely related disciplines, with ten years relevant experience in an oil producing environment (operating companies preferred).
Must posses a broad-based petroleum engineering experience covering production and reservoir engineering.
Candidates with experience in reservoir modeling or field operations will be a plus.
Candidates must be creative, have leadership skills and be self starters.
SENIOR RESERVOIR ENGINEER
This role involves working with integrated team of geoscientists, production engineers, field operators to identify, develop and execute profitable capital projects which increase profitability and reserves.
MAIN ACTIVITIES AND RESPONSIBILITY:
Ability to create, design, implement and post appraise cost effective and economically successful work over and drilling/ completion programs.
Improving the profitability of OML 42 fields using reservoir analysis/ management techniques.
Ability to use petroleum engineering theory to solve problems and identify enhancement opportunities.
Ability to interact and work effectively with cross- functional teams and working interest partners.
Proficiency in reservoir engineering and pattern management practices including but not limited to, material balance, injection optimization, conformance improvement, flood pattern surveillance and performance forecasting.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
A university degree in mechanical, petroleum or chemical engineering.
Minimum of eight years relevant experience in reservoir engineering in a reputable oil producing company.
Must possess excellent mastery of reservoir engineering principles and fundamentals and be able to conduct full field reservoir studies independentl.
Proficient in all required technical and economic software packages- Eclispe, Petrel, MS Office- Access.
Work with minimal supervision
Leadership skills- ability to mentor less experienced engineers.
Ability to work under pressure
Interested candidates should forward their resumes to email@example.com and use the job title as the subject of the email.