The Petrophysicist will work as part of a multi-disciplinary team of geologists, geophysicists, reservoir and petroleum engineers and will provide deep understanding and expertise in petrophysical field studies.
The key job duties and accountabilities will include:
- Provide petrophysical expertise as part of an integrated team, using petrophysics technology and methodology for reservoir description, delivery of new wells and reservoir surveillance.
- Engage in log quality control, integrated data analysis and development of petrophysical models to inform reservoir development and management strategy
- Coordinate with third party service providers to ensure safe and reliable operations and quality data delivery of wireline, LWD and coring operations and appropriate invoicing.
- Monitor real-time operations in support of drilling, logging while drilling, coring, production logging and wireline acquisition.
- Coordinate discipline SME input within BP’s global petrophysics network to identify petrophysical parameters that are critical to the evaluation of renewal and/or development projects
- Provide reservoir description analysis through application and development of petrophysical evaluation best practice
- Recommend, plan, monitor and integrate surveillance data with the static subsurface description to inform reservoir/well management decisions
- Use latest digital and data science methods to improve efficiency and accuracy of petrophysical interpretation.
- Understand the sensitivity and impact of uncertainties and alternate scenarios in petrophysical models and understand how to communicate these effectively.
- Understand the geological deposition and pore geometry scale controls on petrophysical properties.