Job Role Summary
We are seeking dynamic, creative, and resourceful candidates for ExxonMobil’s Yuzhno, Russia, location to work on challenging petrophysical problems in collaboration with a multi-disciplinary team.
Candidates will conduct applied project work with real well log, core and well test data, using a variety of software for petrophysical data processing and evaluation.
Job Role Responsibilities
Contribute to all stages of petrophysical and formation evaluation project work including data quality analysis, data preparation, pre-processing, data filtering / augmentation, environmental corrections, routine Logging While Drilling and Wireline log data corrections, alignment, editing and splicing
Coordinate Formation Evaluation program planning, procurement and execution, including protocol development and (typically remote) QAQC of drilling, coring, logging at testing operations
Provide petrophysical interpretation and input to drill well and workover programs
Perform petrophysical interpretation daily while drilling objective interval and communicates results
Provide input to well completion design in collaboration with multi-disciplinary team
Provide petrophysical support for Opportunity Generation (as required) to support consistent and evergreen geologic models, multi-well analyses supporting region-, basin-, and field-scale prospectivity assessments
Mudlog-well log-core-test data integration / calibration
Shale / clay volume, net-to-gross, pore- and hydrocarbon pore-volume estimations
Shaly sand, thin-bed, image log, multi-mineral analyses, petrofacies / electrofacies analysis
Fluid type identification and characterization, pressure data / fluid gradient analysis
Porosity-permeability and capillary pressure modeling / prediction
Provide petrophysical training and mentoring as requested
Preferred Skills and Experience
There is a requirement for demonstrated leadership, adaptability, teamwork, mentoring, and a commitment to high safety and ethical standards.
In addition, candidates should be able to work effectively within and across diverse team environments. The position may require periodic Domestic and International travel, including offshore based on business needs.
The corporation regards its global and long-term approach to hiring and career development as the foundation of its future success as a company, and as a source of great opportunity for subsurface scientists who want to grow their skills and capabilities for a long-term career.
Candidates should have a BS, MA / MS and / or PhD degree from a recognized university Geology, Geophysics, Engineering or Physics (or related fields)
Demonstrated record of hands-on industry experience in petrophysical analyses in support of upstream oil and gas operations;
minimum of 5 years industry experience required
Strong computational and analytical skills
Willing to travel periodically Domestic, Offshore and International
Experience with one or more integrated petrophysical analysis software suites
Good communication skills in English and Russian
CV must be submitted in English and Russian
Application Deadline : March 1, 2021