Hobark International, Inc (Oil & Gas) Is Recruiting – 5 Openings

Hobark International, Inc (Oil & Gas) Is Recruiting – 5 Openings

The Hobark group provides manpower, offers drilling, consultancy services and provides logistic support. We also offer catering services, procurement of manufacturing equipment, and construction equipment for the Oil & Gas industries.

Hobark International, Inc Is Recruiting for the following positions:

Senior Production Seismologist

Description

Overall Purpose of the Job:

Principal Accountabilities:

1. Perform key seismic interpretation tasks: seismic-to-well tie, velocity model analysis, evaluate depth conversion
methodologies and mapping.
2. Compute GRV and provide necessary input to support field development planning of producing fields, appraisals and prospects.
3. Evaluate new business (technical and economical evaluations) opportunities and participate in data room exercises.
4. Provide regional basin studies from seismic perspective.
5. Design and update of geophysical projects and models.
6. Calculate volumetrics (STOIIP, GIIP) and reserves for fields and prospects.
7. Prepare relevant parts of well programme in collaboration with geologists, drilling and reservoir engineers.
8. Assist in preparation of appraisal and development programmes.
9. Assess subsurface risk for opportunities.
10. Assess geophysical risk analysis for optimal well locations.
11. Have in depth knowledge of fault, fracture detection and pore pressure prediction, and be able to incorporate such interpretations into 3D geologic models.
12. Provide seismic attribute analyses to model rock properties, sedimentary facies and depositional architecture.
13. Prepare and present materials as required to both internal and third parties stakeholders.
14. Demonstrate good overview of all aspects of surface seismic acquisition and processing of both 3D and VSP.
15. Capacity to mentor junior geoscientists and communicate effectively with peers, field staff and management.
16. Have knowledge of Quantitative Interpretation (QI) methods and tools.
17. Demonstrate strong teamwork skills in a multicultural environment.

Organisation:

a) Immediate Supervisor(s) Line: Chief Seismologist
Function: Corporate Subsurface
b) Other jobs reporting to the same supervisor:
c) Immediate Subordinates: None

Job Context and Main Activities:

Minimal supervision

Decision making Authority/Level of Supervision Required:

Job Challenges:
Resolve all geophysical related issues in field development of assigned assets.

Job Knowledge and Qualifications:
(Minimum qualification of BSc. in Geology/Geophysics with at least 15 years (senior) or 20 years (principal)
work experience in an active operating E&P company. Higher degrees will be added advantage.

Competencies

Good working knowledge of core disciplines in petroleum geology such as Seismic, Production and
Reservoir Geology.
Excellent abilities to use modern software and all available tools.
Exhibit excellent knowledge of well planning and operational geophysical aspects of well execution.
Have capability to build geological models and support relevant disciplines in developing integrated models for asset management.
Have ability to QA/QC work from other geologists as well as mentor/coach junior geophysicists.
Health and Safety:
Safety Critical Role – Yes (Please delete as appropriate)

All Employees
As a minimum the incumbent must:
a) take reasonable care to prevent harm to themselves
b) consider the potential for harm to others or the environment that may be caused by their acts or omissions c) work in accordance with information and training provided
d) refrain from intentionally misusing or recklessly interfering with anything that has been provided for Health, Safety and
Environment reasons
e) report any hazardous defects in plant, equipment and workplace, or shortcomings in the existing controls, to a responsible person without delay
f) not undertake any task for which authorisation and/or training has not been given.

Responsibilities of Managers and Supervisors
The incumbent is responsible for ensuring that the QHSE Management System is implemented within the operations under their control. The incumbent must actively monitor the workplace to ensure that acceptable standards are maintained. Where risks are identified the incumbent must ensure that these risks are controlled, so far as is reasonably practicable.
The incumbent’s duties include:
a) ensuring that employees, contractors and visitors are aware of relevant QHSE procedures

b) establishing that all equipment, plant and substances used are suitable for the task and are kept in good working condition: this includes the regular maintenance, calibration and servicing of equipment
c) providing adequate training, information, instruction and supervision to ensure that work is conducted without harm to people or the environment
d) taking immediate and appropriate steps to investigate and rectify any risks to people environment/equipment and quality arising from the work activity
e) bringing to the prompt attention of project management any QHSE issue that requires their attention
f) ensuring that all incidents are properly recorded and reported and that an investigation is carried out to establish and rectify root causes
g) actively participating in the QHSE management system.

 

 

 

SENIOR RESERVOIR ENGINEER

Primary Skills

Description

Overall Purpose of the Job:
The role will provide very strong support to field development planning through building numerical reservoir simulation using Eclipse and CMG simulators, and be part of the team responsible for identification of production improvement opportunities and production optimization studies in conjunction with the production technologist, petrophysicist and production geologist in the asset development team. The role will ensure the highest levels of competence of reservoir engineering in the asset development team to include the generation of well proposals, budget management, recruitment, retention, competency development and professional coaching and mentoring.

Principal Accountabilities:

1. Work in an integrated study team (as a member or a study team lead) where you can learn from
others and equally contribute with your own background and experience. Make RE input into field development plan. The required technical work will comprise but will not be limited to dynamic modelling, well/reservoir performance reviews, development options evaluation and economics.
2. Directs and participates in well surveillance activities (MER, BHP etc), and reservoir definition and
behavior prediction of assigned reservoir.
3. Conducts conventional reservoir engineering and simulation studies to identify optimum recovery and field development options, adjusts reservoir development plans in response to changes in well and reservoir performance. Must have experience in well test interpretation, material balance modelling and performance modelling of vertical and horizontal wells.
4. Recommends reservoir areas and program features for pilot studies of various oil recovery enhancement techniques (water flood, gas injection, gas lift etc). Conducts, documents and presents, field reviews, and further development proposals.
5. Monitors production from existing fields, analyses all relevant data, and ensures that reservoirs are being properly managed, production is maximised and recoveries are optimal. To establish reservoir management strategies where they do not exist, and update them where they do.
6. Directs and participates in defining the scope and content of reservoir studies used to assist in determining well behavior and optimum recovery methods. Includes, establishing program
specifications, reviewing available resources, preparing tender documents, reviewing and
evaluating bids and monitoring study team performance.
7. Provides estimates of oil and gas resources by conducting annual reserves evaluation,
classification, and booking for the assigned assets, and document the report in an appropriate format. i.e Annual Review of Petroleum Reserves (ARPR).
8. Prepares detailed medium and long-term production forecasts for the asset budget planning cycle.
9. Prepares production testing proposals and provides guidelines for execution. Evaluates and
interprets results, recommends optimum methods of performance monitoring. Must have experience in reservoir pressure & fluid sampling, fluid property modelling, routine and special core analysis.
10. Reviews performance of simulation programs, new software releases and other reservoir
engineering related tools and applications. Liaises with RE discipline lead and IT Support staff to test and identify appropriate packages and advises team management on the purchase or leasing of new software(s).
11. Desirable to have working knowledge of gas condensate reservoir as well as gas field development
experience.

12 Coach and mentor assigned junior reservoir engineers and other young engineers within the company as required. Ability to mature successor will form a major part of this role performance KPI.

Organisation:

a) Immediate Supervisor(s) Line: CHIEF RESERVOIR ENGINEER
Function: CORPORATE SUBSURFACE
b) Other jobs reporting to the same supervisor: None
c) Immediate Subordinates: Reservoir Engineers, Associate Reservoir Engineers

Dimensions:
Asset development team is responsible for all exploration and exploratory appraisal/development activities in the company’s onshore acreages (OMLs 4, 38, and 41). The portfolio contains a robust appraisal/development opportunities to support production and increase reserve base. The team is tasked with the technical maturation of large portfolio of opportunities from which to identify and mature economically attractive development opportunities for ranking and drilling. Close cooperation with drilling and production colleagues is required to enable rapid maturation of discovered hydrocarbons and monetisation of exploration discoveries.

Job Context and Main Activities:

Studies, dynamic reservoir simulation building, analytical well/reservoir modelling, data acquisition &
analysis, development options evaluation, well & reservoir management and cost control.

Decision making Authority/Level of Supervision Required:

Level 5, 6. Minimal supervision

Relationships:

Internal : Engineering, Production, Drilling and Completion, HSE, Community, Legal, HR, and Logistic
Department;
External : NPDC and DPR

Job Challenges:

Special Challenges

Success for the company requires close co-operation with development (projects) and production (asset) teams operating in existing heartland Niger Delta acreages, corporate and regional service providers and third party contractors in both face-to-face and virtual teams. Staff should be able to make use of large volumes of digital and hardcopy data stored on multiple platforms and filing systems distributed across numerous locations. Data management and quality control will continue to demand significant attention from staff in the foreseeable future to build an auditable portfolio of prospects.
Excellent inter-personal skills will be necessary to ensure that technical quality in the team is maintained at a high level, junior team members are effectively coached and communication is optimised with both

internal and external stakeholders.

Job Knowledge and Qualifications:
As Reservoir Engineers have a broad understanding of other E&P disciplines and skills in all key petroleum engineering specialties. A university degree in Engineering or equivalent with 8 – 10 years relevant experience, including a minimum of 6 years RE work experience in an operating company. Skills in the following:
• Reservoir Simulation Model Construction
• Knowledgeable in modelling workflows including QC, and taking Earth Model to dynamic Model
• Analytical Reservoir Modelling (Material Balance analysis, DCA , PTA, BHP, etc )
• Well Modeling & Performance
• Production System Optimization
• Waterflood and Gas Injection Management
• Well/Reservoir Surveillance – data acquisition, analysis & Interpretation
• Well Planning & Execution within the context of multi-disciplinary team
• HSE considerations in well management and completion operations
• Knowledge in well delivery Operation and well Evaluation
• Field development planning & co-ordination
• Coaching/Mentoring
• Production Operation

Competencies

Reservoir Engineering core skills Skilled People management, work and lead teams Skilled Strategy development Knowledge Stake holder engagement/relationships Knowledge Manage HSE and Risk Skilled Results oriented, commercial focus Skilled

Health and Safety:
Safety Critical Role – Yes (Please delete as appropriate)

All Employees
As a minimum the incumbent must:
a) take reasonable care to prevent harm to themselves
b) consider the potential for harm to others or the environment that may be caused by their acts or omissions c) work in accordance with information and training provided
d) refrain from intentionally misusing or recklessly interfering with anything that has been provided for Health, Safety and
Environment reasons
e) report any hazardous defects in plant, equipment and workplace, or shortcomings in the existing controls, to a responsible person without delay
f) not undertake any task for which authorisation and/or training has not been given.

Responsibilities of Managers and Supervisors
The incumbent is responsible for ensuring that the QHSE Management System is implemented within the operations under their control. The incumbent must actively monitor the workplace to ensure that acceptable standards are maintained. Where risks are identified the incumbent must ensure that these risks are controlled, so far as is reasonably practicable.

The incumbent’s duties include:
a) ensuring that employees, contractors and visitors are aware of relevant QHSE procedures
b) establishing that all equipment, plant and substances used are suitable for the task and are kept in good working condition: this includes the regular maintenance, calibration and servicing of equipment
c) providing adequate training, information, instruction and supervision to ensure that work is conducted without harm to people or the environment
d) taking immediate and appropriate steps to investigate and rectify any risks to people environment/equipment and quality arising from the work activity
e) bringing to the prompt attention of project management any QHSE issue that requires their attention
f) ensuring that all incidents are properly recorded and reported and that an investigation is carried out to establish and rectify root causes
g) actively participating in the QHSE management system.

 

 

 

 

Senior Petrophysicist

Description

Overall Purpose of the Job:
The incumbent is expected to provide petrophysical input to asset team, to assure petrophysical deliverables and to coach fellow petrophysicists all in support of Development Planning, Well and Reservoir Management and New Oil on the company’s Operated and Non-Operated, exploration and development wells.

Principal Accountabilities:

1. Recognized authority in his/her specialist area of petrophysics.
2. Contributes to the definition of data gathering strategies and helps implement Corporate Quality
Assurance programs for log data acquisition.
3. Ensure cost-effective logging programs and utilisation of team resources, clearly defined objectives,
minimize scope change, ensure best working practices (state of the art) techniques are applied and look for innovative ways of minimizing costs without compromising objectives while maximizing value.
4. Provide assistance in the selection of suitable well locations and in the preparation of well prognosis, initiate and contribute to the development of petrophysical evaluation methods, carry out Field Development planning, workover/infill drilling programs and Full Field Reviews.
5. Advise and investigates new logging tools and techniques; proposes and organize where necessary field
trials, evaluate results and recommends application of new technology.
6. Contributes to data acquisition programs, including cores, logs, formation testing and well and reservoir
monitoring.
7. Work with surveillance engineers and geoscientists to identify & quantify opportunities for maximising
production from developed reserves and for undeveloped reserves and by-passed oil.
8. Conduct detail routine, well defined petrophysical studies to identify the presence of hydrocarbon,
evaluate reservoir characteristics, associated risks and uncertainties .
9. Carries out petrophysical reviews and provides specialist support for Asset Team studies including input
to static and dynamic models.
10. Continuous enhancement of the company’s petrophysical engineering practices, techniques and applications
and identify opportunities for improvement.
11. Coach and mentor junior petrophysicists in line with the established Technical Progression Career Plan
(TPCP) for Petrophysicists.
12 Represent the Company at meetings with Joint Venture Partners and host-government body to justify the
data, interpretation techniques and results obtained.

Organisation:

a) Immediate Supervisor(s) Line: Chief Petrophysicist
Function:
b) Other jobs reporting to the same supervisor:
c) Immediate Subordinates:

Dimensions:

Asset development team is responsible for all exploration and exploratory appraisal/development activities in the company’s onshore acreages (OMLs 4, 38, and 41). The portfolio contains a robust appraisal/development opportunities to support production and increase reserve base. The team is tasked with the technical maturation of large portfolio of opportunities from which to identify and mature economically attractive development opportunities for ranking and drilling. Close cooperation with drilling and production
colleagues is required to enable rapid maturation of discovered hydrocarbons and monetisation of exploration discoveries.

Job Context and Main Activities:
• Open hole & cased hole formation evaluation

• Assist in the identification of Petrophysical competency requirements

• Be a part of the sub-Surface team charged with conducting Petrophysical evaluations, and making appropriate contributions into field development planning, well planning/proposals; etc.

• Supervision of logging programs; etc

Decision making Authority/Level of Supervision Required:

Level 6, minimal supervision.

Relationships:
• Engineering; Drilling & Completion; HSSE/CR; Logistics; External: JV, DPR, NNRA, Contactors, Investors, etc

Job Challenges:

Success for the company requires close co-operation with development (projects) and production (asset) teams operating in existing heartland Niger Delta acreages, corporate and regional service providers and third party contractors in both face-to-face and virtual teams. Staff should be able to make use of large volumes of digital and hardcopy data stored on multiple platforms and filing systems distributed across numerous locations. Data management and quality control will continue to demand significant attention from staff in the foreseeable future to build an auditable portfolio of prospects.

Excellent inter-personal skills will be necessary to ensure that technical quality in the team is maintained at a high level, junior team members are effectively coached and communication is optimised with both internal and external stakeholders.

Job Knowledge and Qualifications:
Required Qualification:

• A minimum of 10 years petrophysical experience
• Possesses BSc/MSc Degree in Applied Science or Engineering

Competencies:
• Logging Operations & Procedures
• Fit for Purpose Logging Programme
• Mud Logging & Hydrocarbon Identification
• Open Hole Log Interpretation
• Cased Hole Logging Interpretation
• Integrated Formation Evaluation
• Flexible Work Approach
• Multi-Tasking & Working Under Pressure to Support Active Drilling Programs

Health and Safety:

Safety Critical Role – Yes (Please delete as appropriate)

All Employees
As a minimum the incumbent must:
a) take reasonable care to prevent harm to themselves
b) consider the potential for harm to others or the environment that may be caused by their acts or omissions c) work in accordance with information and training provided
d) refrain from intentionally misusing or recklessly interfering with anything that has been provided for Health, Safety and Environment reasons
e) report any hazardous defects in plant, equipment and workplace, or shortcomings in the existing controls, to a responsible person without delay
f) not undertake any task for which authorisation and/or training has not been given.

Responsibilities of Managers and Supervisors
The incumbent is responsible for ensuring that the QHSE Management System is implemented within the operations under their control. The incumbent must actively monitor the workplace to ensure that acceptable standards are maintained. Where risks are identified the incumbent must ensure that these risks are controlled, so far as is reasonably practicable.
The incumbent’s duties include:
a) ensuring that employees, contractors and visitors are aware of relevant QHSE procedures
b) establishing that all equipment, plant and substances used are suitable for the task and are kept in good working condition: this includes the regular maintenance, calibration and servicing of equipment
c) providing adequate training, information, instruction and supervision to ensure that work is conducted without harm to people or the environment
d) taking immediate and appropriate steps to investigate and rectify any risks to people environment/equipment and quality arising from the work activity
e) bringing to the prompt attention of project management any QHSE issue that requires their attention
f) ensuring that all incidents are properly recorded and reported and that an investigation is carried out to establish and rectify root causes
g) actively participating in the QHSE management system.

 

 

Senior Production Technologist

Description

Overall Purpose of the Job:

The incumbent will provide very strong support to the identification of production improvement, opportunities and production optimization studies in conjunction with the reservoir engineer, petrophysicist and production geologist in the asset development team. The incumbent will ensure the highest levels of competence of production technologists in the asset development team to include the, budget management, recruitment, retention, competency development and professional coaching and mentoring.

Principal Accountabilities:
1. Work in an integrated study team (as a member or a study team lead) where you can learn from
others and equally contribute with your own background and experience. Make PT input into field
development plan. The required technical work will comprise but will not be limited to well
performance modelling, sand prediction, sand control selection and upper completion design,
perforating and smart well design for land and swamp operations.
2. Ensure compliance with well, reservoir and facility management, well integrity, voidage and flare
control guidelines and taking appropriate actions in assigned field/s.
3. Identification of short term oil opportunities for ranking in the business planning processes and the
maturation of short term oil opportunities within the asset team.
4. Ensure flow assurance for the life cycle the project. Incorporate mitigation strategies into production
optimisation plans.
5. Provide conceptual completion design for the most economic production throughout the life cycle of
the well, i.e. performance modelling, tubing sizing, artificial lift design, drainage conduits, selection
of completion accessories (e.g. SMART equipment, no of packers), material specification etc.
6. Identify candidate wells, which have near-wellbore or wellbore damage for stimulations (e.g. acid or
Waves stimulations) and design suitable treatment. Monitor the stimulations operations and
evaluate the results.
. Identify water or gas shut-off candidates wells and design treatments (mechanical and
chemical treatments). Monitor operations and evaluate results.
. Identify wells that require additional and/or re-perforations, due to high mechanical skin and
design operations (e.g. gun selection, drawdown). Monitor operations and evaluate results.
7. Generate an activity proposal for any of the above operations, which contains the economic
justification, functional design and programme outline.
8. Generate well/system model (incl. the artificial lift) to compare actual performance with predicted.
Identify wells that are not optimized and initiate actions/well interventions to change the operating
conditions. Identify wells that are not performing and review options to improve inflow performance.
9. Generate a well/reservoir surveillance plan, in conjunction with other disciplines, obtain key data
and incorporate it into asset surveillance plan.
. Identify candidates for BHPs, production logging & related cased hole logs and design the
operation. Monitor operations and evaluate results.
. Generate an activity proposal for any surveillance operations, which contains the economic
Justification, functional design and outline programme

Job Description

10 Carries out other similar or related duties such as assisting in the preparation and presentation of
Technical papers to Company management and Interest Holders, maintaining close working
relationship with field staff to ensure that field related tasks are carried out in efficient manner and
related problems are timely identified and action.
Organisation:
a) Immediate Supervisor(s) Line: SURFACE SWAMP TEAM LEAD
Function: Technical
b) Other jobs reporting to the same supervisor: Associate and Production Technologist
c) Immediate Subordinates: Production Technologists
Dimensions:
Asset development team is responsible for all exploration and exploratory appraisal/development activities in
onshore acreages (OMLs 4, 38, and 41). The portfolio contains a robust appraisal/development
opportunities to support production and increase reserve base. The team is tasked with the technical
maturation of large portfolio of opportunities from which to identify and mature economically attractive
development opportunities for ranking and drilling. Close cooperation with drilling and production colleagues
is required to enable rapid maturation of discovered hydrocarbons and monetisation of exploration
discoveries.

Job Context and Main Activities:
Studies, well site operations, well services, production operations, well & reservoir management and cost
control.

Decision making Authority/Level of Supervision Required:
Level 5,6
Relationships:
Internal: Engineering, Production, Drilling and Completion, HSE, Community, Legal, HR, and Logistic
Department , External: NPDC and DPR
Job Challenges:
Special Challenges
Success requires close co-operation with development (projects) and production (asset) teams
operating in existing heartland Niger Delta acreages, corporate and regional service providers and third
party contractors in both face-to-face and virtual teams. Staff should be able to make use of large volumes
of digital and hardcopy data stored on multiple platforms and filing systems distributed across numerous
locations. Data management and quality control will continue to demand significant attention from staff in
the foreseeable future to build an auditable portfolio of prospects.
Excellent inter-personal skills will be necessary to ensure that technical quality in the team is maintained

Job Description
At a high level, junior team members are effectively coached and communication is optimised with both
internal and external stakeholders.
Job Knowledge and Qualifications:
As Production Technologists have a broad understanding of other E&P disciplines and skills in all key
Production technologist specialties. A university degree in Engineering or equivalent with 6 – 10 years
relevant experience, including a minimum of 5 years PT work experience in an operating company. Skills
in the following:
-Well Modeling & Performance
-Production System Optimization
-Conformance Technology
-Well Integrity Management and Determining Well Operating Envelope
-Planning & Design of Well Intervention Activities
-HSE considerations in well management and completion operations
-Completion Design and supervision
-Oil well cementing and Drill-in Fluids
-Knowledge in Production Operation
-Coaching/Mentoring
Competencies
Production Technologist core skills Skilled
People management, work and lead teams Skilled
Strategy development Knowledge
Stake holder engagement/relationships Knowledge
Manage HSE and Risk Skilled
Results oriented, commercial focus Skilled
Health and Safety:
Safety Critical Role – Yes
All Employees
As a minimum the incumbent must:
a) take reasonable care to prevent harm to themselves
b) consider the potential for harm to others or the environment that may be caused by their acts or omissions
c) work in accordance with information and training provided
d) refrain from intentionally misusing or recklessly interfering with anything that has been provided for Health, Safety and
Environment reasons
e) report any hazardous defects in plant, equipment and workplace, or shortcomings in the existing controls, to a responsible
person without delay
f) not undertake any task for which authorisation and/or training has not been given.
Responsibilities of Managers and Supervisors
The incumbent is responsible for ensuring that the QHSE Management System is implemented within the operations under their
control. The incumbent must actively monitor the workplace to ensure that acceptable standards are maintained. Where risks are
identified the incumbent must ensure that these risks are controlled, so far as is reasonably practicable.
The incumbent’s duties include:
a) ensuring that employees, contractors and visitors are aware of relevant QHSE procedures
b) establishing that all equipment, plant and substances used are suitable for the task and are kept in good working condition: this
Job Description
includes the regular maintenance, calibration and servicing of equipment
c) providing adequate training, information, instruction and supervision to ensure that work is conducted without harm to people or
the environment
d) taking immediate and appropriate steps to investigate and rectify any risks to people environment/equipment and quality arising
from the work activity
e) bringing to the prompt attention of project management any QHSE issue that requires their attention
f) ensuring that all incidents are properly recorded and reported and that an investigation is carried out to establish and rectify root
causes
g) actively participating in the QHSE management system.

 

 

 

Senior Production Geologist

Description

The Senior production geologist has the role of generating integrated predictive subsurface/geological models to address/resolve subsurface production challenges in addition to harnessing subsurface opportunities. He conducts and participates in Integrated Field Development studies to meet Reserves Replacement targets and the anticipated Oil & Gas growth inthw green and brown fields utilizing appropriate technology and best practices to reduce time, costs and improve quality and standards.
Interpretation of all available geological data to improve the understanding of the reservoirs/fields geology. Adequate exposure and competence in areas of geophysical/geological/reservoir studies, uncertainties
management processes and hands-on ability of geological applications and software including Petrel is
necessary.

Principal Accountabilities:

1 Familiar with the fundamentals of all Petroleum Geology specialists’ area (especially Seismic,
Production and Reservoir Geology) and hands-on ability of geological applications and software
including Petrel. Competence in a wide range of field, reservoir and uncertainties management, field
development and data management activities.
2 Apply state of the art interpretation and evaluation technology in the delivery of integrated, predictive
subsurface/geological models in line with the industry best practice. Working knowledge of seismic,
production and reservoir geological processes.
3 Responsible for production geological input into all agreed studies on time, quality and cost.
Develops and participates in subsurface reservoir studies aimed at constructing and/or improving
geological models.
4 Drive the Quality Well Delivery Process’ (QWDP) for proposed development/appraisal wells and
update databases and maps/x-sections with the results of FRs and drilled wells. Coordinates and
contributes to the preparation of well proposals, well resumes and End of Well Report of development
and appraisal wells
5. Contribute to well delivery and reduction of drilling risks by providing accurate prognosis of geological
information/boundaries, potential drilling hazards and advice during drilling. Delivering first class
geological support to operations, drilling and workover well, etc.
6 Ensures that new well and workover proposals have solid geological basis. Timely delivery of robust
and technically excellent subsurface studies and development plans.
7 Participate in technical meetings, make valuable contributions; write and publish asset approved
technical paper/s. Coach and mentor other production geologist in the team.
8 Participation in Peer Review, Geosciences Workshops and Assists in integrating geological study
findings with other studies undertaken by the assigned team.
9 Participation in Peer and integrated and value assurance reviews covering all aspect of Petroleum
Engineering studies, Geosciences Workshops and Assists in integrating geological study findings
with other studies undertaken by the assigned team.
10 Must be a good team player able to constructively facilitate, integrate and manage diverse intra/inter
disciplinary studies, data and issues.

Organisation:

Job Description
a) Immediate Supervisor(s) Line: Chief Production Geologist
Function: Technical
b) Other jobs reporting to the same supervisor:
c) Immediate Subordinates:
Dimensions:
(Record any significant quantities on which job has some effect, e.g. budget or turnover, records processed, employees supervised. Where appropriate, express
annual figures and indicate the year to which they relate.
The Asset development team is tasked with creating and maturing new development and production
opportunities, support the producing assets and contribute to delivery of multiple projects. The portfolio
contains a robust development opportunities to support production and increase the hydrocarbon reserve
base. The company is continuing to grow and have lots of existing and new business opportunities over the
next few years that the Production Geologist will be involved with. As part of a multi-disciplinary environment,
the Production Geologist will have the opportunity to work alongside some very experienced and technically
sound subsurface professionals.

Job Context and Main Activities:

Expected to work fully independently and mentor/coach other geologists in the team.
Relationships:

Resolve all geological related issues in field development of assigned assets.

Job Knowledge and Qualifications:

Minimum qualification of BSc. in Geology with at least 15 years (senior) or 20 years (principal) work
experience in an active operating E&P company. Higher degrees will be added advantage.
Competencies
(Technical skills, behavioural competencies, specialized training or Defined Competencies as outlined in the Competence & Training System)
Sound working knowledge of the geology of the Niger Delta and good understanding of core Petroleum
Engineering disciplines such as Seismic Interpretation ,Petrophysics, reservoir Engineering and Production
Technology.
Excellent abilities to use modern modelling software and all available tools Highly skilled and competent in
Well log and seismic correlation, Reservoir characterization, Geological mapping, Volumetric

Job Description
Determination, Field development planning and optimization, Well planning for the upcoming Execution
Phase, Static reservoir modeling and 3D Seismic interpretation .
Have ability to QA/QC work from other geologists as well as mentor/coach junior geologists.
Health and Safety:
Please highlight if the role is a Safety Critical Position as per the following definition:
A role is defined as Safety Critical where Employees, through any improper use of substances may affect the health and safety of themselves and/or their colleagues in their
work area.
Safety Critical Role – Yes

All Employees
As a minimum the incumbent must:
a) take reasonable care to prevent harm to themselves
b) consider the potential for harm to others or the environment that may be caused by their acts or omissions
c) work in accordance with information and training provided
d) refrain from intentionally misusing or recklessly interfering with anything that has been provided for Health, Safety and
Environment reasons
e) report any hazardous defects in plant, equipment and workplace, or shortcomings in the existing controls, to a responsible
person without delay
f) not undertake any task for which authorisation and/or training has not been given.
Responsibilities of Managers and Supervisors
The incumbent is responsible for ensuring that the QHSE Management System is implemented within the operations under their
control. The incumbent must actively monitor the workplace to ensure that acceptable standards are maintained. Where risks are
identified the incumbent must ensure that these risks are controlled, so far as is reasonably practicable.
The incumbent’s duties include:
a) ensuring that employees, contractors and visitors are aware of relevant QHSE procedures
b) establishing that all equipment, plant and substances used are suitable for the task and are kept in good working condition: this
includes the regular maintenance, calibration and servicing of equipment
c) providing adequate training, information, instruction and supervision to ensure that work is conducted without harm to people or
the environment
d) taking immediate and appropriate steps to investigate and rectify any risks to people environment/equipment and quality arising
from the work activity
e) bringing to the prompt attention of project management any QHSE issue that requires their attention
f) ensuring that all incidents are properly recorded and reported and that an investigation is carried out to establish and rectify root
causes
g) actively participating in the QHSE management system.

 

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