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Head Of Geological Operations, Uganda

Uganda, Uganda, Uganda
Last update 2024-04-16
Expires 2024-04-17
ID #2098717060
Free
Head Of Geological Operations, Uganda
Uganda, Uganda, Uganda,
Modified April 3, 2024

Description

Profil du candidat Qualifications & Experience·Minimum BSc Hons Degree in Geology or other geosciences disciplines.·At least 10 years of experience in the oil & gas industry, a significant subsurface operations experience (minimum 5 years) in domains such as Operations Geology, Petrophysics, management and/or onshoredrilling,a strong abilitytoworkinacrossfunctionalenvironment,excellent communication skills.

Activités Main Duties and Responsibilities:·Apply and promote Company’s HSE policies within the geological operations activities.

Ensure compliance with "Company’s Best Practices" following regulatory authority, environmental conservation guidelines and internal Company rules for the well preparation process, operational follow-up and post well studies.

·Define the entity objectives in agreement with the Geological Operations & Petrophysics Manager.

Recognize and assign resources to fulfill the subsurface geological operations objectives.·Establish individuals and collective objectives to improve the team performances Contribute to the development of operations geology skills especially for local new professionals.·Ensure well data acquisition procedures and operations follow HSE guidelines.

Accountablefortheproperimplementationof Poreand Fracture Pressure studies and real-time monitoring of geological operations while drilling.

Execute geological operations activities safely and as specified within the WSOR.

Assess possible geological risks while drilling and guarantee the timely transmission of this information to the relevant entities.·Manage data acquisition programs optimizing whenever possible withinnovativesolutionstosafelyacquirefitforpurposedataachievingwell objectives at lowest possible cost preserving data reliability and quality.·Contribute to the estimation of the Group reserves through proper interpretation of well results participating actively to the petrophysical interpretations and synthesis.·Guarantee proper dispatch, analysis and storage of rock & fluid samples.·Ensure full well data recovery and participate to the proper data archiving and distribution of the well data in accordance with the Affiliate data management rules and country regulations.·Participate actively as contract user in the preparation of CFT’s for contracted services (Mud logging, Drilling & Data Acquisition).

Prepare and animate local SQM’s for Mud Logging and Drilling & Data Acquisition services following up operational performance and associated costs in close collaboration with the affiliate drilling team.·Put in place proper and regular reporting within the subsidiary, to partners, authorities and HQ.

Contexte et environnement A Green Field Project, the Tilenga field is to be found in a remote location in UGANDA near lake Albert with particular sensitive environmental conditions. A challenging project; heavy and waxy oils produced from 31 drilling pads, (with some of them located in a national park) and treated in a Production Center of 200,000bopd oil capacity and 650,000 bld of water treatment capacity.

Reservoir pressure maintenance is ensured either by water injection or by polymer water injection depending on the reservoirs characteristics.

The project also includes an extended interconnecting network with temperature preservation.

Multicultural environment: Contractors are anticipated to be located in various parts of the world.

Ugandan rules and regulations, administrative requirements and technical authorizations as well as International codes for onshore plant will apply.

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Monthly
Occupation: Head of geological operations

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