Reservoir Engineer,Lagos,Mobil Producing Nigeria Unlimited
Mobil Producing Nigeria began operations in Nigeria in 1955 under the name Mobil Exploration Nigeria Incorporated and was incorporated as Mobil Producing Nigeria on June 16, 1969. Production of crude oil began in February 1970 from the Idoho field, located off the coast of Akwa Ibom State.
Mobil Producing Nigeria is the operator of the joint venture with the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation and holds a 40% participating interest. MPN is the only major oil company operating completely offshore; with no onshore production. The company holds over 800,000 acres in shallow water offshore southeastern Nigeria. Production comes from 90 offshore platforms, with 283 flowing completions in 353 wells with a production capacity of about 720,000 barrels of crude, condensate and natural gas liquid (NGL) a day. Of the current total liquid production, 94 kbd is condensate from the OSO field, which is exempt from OPEC quota restrictions. MPN also produces 45 kbd of NGL at the OSO NGL platform under a separate agreement, where it holds a 51% interest in partnership with the Nigerian National Petroleum Corporation.
Maintain and implement near team reservoir and well surveillance strategies and plans consistent with long term field depletion plans and monitor MPN’S oil and gas wells and fields
Provide reservoir engineering input into MPN’s active drill-well, work over and project development programs
Ensure effective reservoir management of MPN resource base as well as interact with reservoir simulation models
At least a B.Sc. B.ENG or B.Tech. degree with a minimum of second Class Upper Division(2.1 )in any of the following engineering disciplines; Mechanical, Chemical, Civil, Petroleum, Industrial & Production, Material & Metallurgical
5-10 years of relevant experience in oil production, preferable in petroleum or reservoir engineering, including experience in Reservoir surveillance, modeling and simulation.
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The advert closes on 10th April 2012. Only short listed applicants will be contacted