Bachelor’s Degree in Geology, and experience in exploring for hydrocarbons in shallow and deep marine clastic environments (glacial and submarine channel systems highly advantageous) with a strong petrophysical background. Advanced degree is preferred and will reduce pre-requisite work experience by one year for Master’s degree and two years for a PhD. We are targeting image log analysts with 10 – 15 years’ experience with at least 3-5 years in unconventional plays including shale and tight gas.
Duties and Responsibilities:
The candidate is required to have: Expertise in rock typing and facies analysis using image logs data and performing sedimentological/facies core analysis; Integration and calibration of the log-based and core based results and petrophysical data; Assessing mean structural dip, dip zonation, and depositional dips; differentiating the various depositional planes and depositional/sedimentary structures (types and attitudes) with emphasis on paleoflow indicators; Characterizing the different facies types in individual wells relying on lithology, internal physical and biogenic structures, depositional fabric/texture and corrected depositional attitudes, and interpret each facies in terms of depositional process and construct depositional models: Incorporate (microfacies) characterization including mineralogical composition, maturity, textural parameters (size, sorting, roundness, fabric and packing), diagenetic alteration/paragenesis, and pore types/distribution in the interpretation.
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