The Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Limited (SPDC) recruits for Exploration Geoscientist in Lagos, Port Harcourt, Nigeria.
Job Title: Exploration Geoscientist
Job ID: F28067
Location: Office-based, Lagos, Port Harcourt, Nigeria
Number of Vacancies: 2
Deadline: Monday 26 March 2012
Job Responsibilities for Exploration Geoscientist:
- Develop and maintain regional geological models for petroleum systems and propose data purchase or studies to test these concepts.
- Compile relevant data, identifying critical information that impact assessments
- Evaluate and integrate all relevant data in order to make a technically sound assessment of the prospectivity of basins, plays and prospects using play-based exploration principles.
- Utilise GIS for mapping and maintain appropriate data management procedures for archiving and retrieval
- Assess regional and prospect risks and uncertainties.
- Technical Coach and mentor younger less experienced geologists and other staff, as needed.
- Conduct regional 3D and 2D seismic data interpretations, including well-seismic correlation, depth conversion, visualisation, and data management.
- Integrate subsurface well data into regional and prospect-specific seismic interpretation, including facies interpretations, geological controls on reservoir distribution, petrophysics etc.
- Mature and assess the potential of identified prospects, generating well proposals where justified.
- Participate in acreage evaluations.
- Seek timely integration of required contributions from specialists together with own expertise. Ensure cross-discipline integration with PE and geophysical inputs.
- Conduct or direct specialist geological and geochemical studies and integrate potential field’s data (gravity, magnetics).
Job Requirements for Exploration Geoscientist:
- Experienced E&P professional, preferably including operational experience. Advanced degree in geology or other geosciences discipline required (Masters or higher).
- An in-depth knowledge of depositional systems and sequence stratigraphic principles.
- Ability to network and collaborate with subsurface (RE, PT, geochem, basin modeling, WE), surface (facilities-cost engineering) and other non-technical disciplines.|
- Strong technical and analytical skills with subsurface experience and proven track record in a variety of stratigraphic and structural settings.
- Workstation skills and ability to provide quality interpretations (2D and 3D) and data interpretations leading to the generation of well proposals and acreage acquisition/divestment.
- Ability and confidence to work and think independently, including outside areas of core competence, while contributing as team player.
- Strong HSE awareness.
- Thorough understanding of prospect maturation/appraisal and early exploration phase data acquisition requirements and associated operations.
- Willingness to challenge dogma.
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