Saudi Aramco
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Job Description and Requirements

As a successful candidate, you should hold a Bachelor’s degree in petroleum engineering, geology, geophysics, or physics. A Master’s degree or PhD is strongly desirable.

A minimum of 15 years related experience in petrophysics. Technical publications are strongly valued and in-depth practical experience is paramount.

Experience with integrated petrophysical studies and petrophysical modeling. 

You must have demonstrated ability to communicate ideas clearly with specialists in reservoir characterization, core analysis, reservoir management, simulation, drilling, and production engineering.

Demonstrated ability to use industry standard petrophysical data processing and interpretation software.

Extensive working knowledge of vendor tools and data acquisition practices.

Duties & Responsibilities:
You are expected to be able to perform the following: 

Conduct comprehensive petrophysical studies and analyses by integrating logging tool responses, rock, fluid and production data for formation evaluation and reservoir surveillance.

Design and oversee core and fluid studies to enhance petrophysical models.

Develop verifiable petrophysical models for incorporation into static and dynamic reservoir models for volumetric prediction and development planning.

Evaluate new logging tools, data acquisition, and analysis procedures in terms of cost and technology.

Lead and participate in multidisciplinary teams.

Act as technical advisor to management regarding best practices for the acquisition, analysis, interpretation and integration of logging data.

Represent Saudi Aramco in external technical contacts with consultants, and vendors, etc.

Participate in technical societies and technical groups.

Mentor and train young professionals.