WELL ENGINEERrequired by our client within the offshore oil and gas industry, to be assigned on a contract basis, located in Ghana.
Duration: 1 year-contract
Onshore well experience highly preferred.
Relevant pore pressure experience required.
Experience in Africa a preference.
Deepwater offshore experience required.
Very experienced at shows identification-description, gas analysis, formation top picking, lithology, preparation, use of GEO and/or Gravitas, picking casing points, assisting in geomechanically assessments.
Expert at monitoring operations – mud logging, wireline logging, sampling, logistics, reporting to
Ops Geologist and concise communication-updates, liaison with drilling, operational day-to-day updates.
Making sure operational delivery consistent with government regulations (and partner expectations).
Interface with logging, mud logging, and wireline witness and wellsite geology contractors.
Liaise with operations geologists and drilling team for morning, afternoon and ad hoc updates
Coordinate mud logging crew-team.
Available 24 hours a day if operational requirements dictate (logging-coring-ops issues).
Prepare daily geological reports.
Helping coordinate wireline logging where required.
Attending morning update call with Operations Geology.
Coordinate contract wash-up meetings on wireline logging, LWD logging and mud logging.
Ensuring G&G operational requirements are met at Wellsite.
Reporting to Trinidad based Operations Geologist – supporting them in that role.
May be required to show around nationals and/or the regulator on the rig site -demonstrating good wellsite geology practices.
EXPERIENCE / QUALIFICATIONS
Degree in Geology
Prior experience as a mud logger or working as a night wellsite geologist for an Operator Over 5 years in current position