Asset Reservoir Engineer – Houston, TX

Asset Reservoir Engineer – Houston, TX

CSI Recruiting is working with an E&P firm located in Houston and their need for a 5-10 year experienced Asset-focused Reservoir Engineer.

This is a growth role – not a back-fill, but the result of increased activity at the company.  Our client maintains a fast-paced, entrepreneurial environment.  As such, the client would prefer a candidate who has worked in a similar style company.

Our client is seeking an innovative and results-driven Reservoir Engineering professional specializing in the following:

  • Experience in running a multi-rig development program along with directing well spacing/completion optimization.
  • A development-focused reservoir engineer who can implement and complete a project, and a professional who can lead the conversation and is assertive
  • Unconventional gas asset experience is highly desired (Permian, East Texas, Austin Chalk, maybe Fayetteville Shale).  The client plans to add multiple rigs later this year so the company is clearly in growth mode.
  • Client needs this person to employ sound decision making methods to complex projects, including economic analysis.

Responsibilities:

  • Demonstrate ability to solve complex problems.
  • Evaluate and monitor well performances
  • Generate production well forecasts
  • Work closely with other departments
  • Must have strong knowledge of economic evaluation and financial metrics.
  • Improve efficiency in data analysis

Experience/Qualifications:

  • Extensive exposure to unconventional resources, ideally having worked in multiple resource plays
  • Minimum education: Bachelor’s Degree required – Petroleum Engineering is preferred
  • Well versed in economic modelling software (ARIES or similar)
  • Experience utilizing information from multiple public data sources

Minimum Qualifications:

  • A Bachelor’s degree in Petroleum Engineering
  • A minimum of 5 years of working as a reservoir engineer for an independent E&P company focused on unconventional gas assets in the Lower 48 in the US