Client: ADNOC ONSHORE (Previously ADCO)
Brief Description: Designate as specialist in the area of Petrophysics (Formation evaluation from logs). Provide guidelines and directions to all assets on potential areas for logging program, acquisition, QC and interpretation. Defines and updates workflows, methodologies and procedures for any logging issues. Provide technical support, advisory and training to ADNOC ONSHORE staff. Act as technical authority in domain of Logs Petrophysics
Represents technical authority for all Formation evaluation from logs matters within ADNOC ONSHORE.
Defines standards for logs QC and interpretation in the assets.
Supports assets in determining logging program.
Identifies logs interpretation and QC challenges across all assets and implements new technologies and workflows.
Captures logs interpretation and QC related lessons learned / best practices and ensures their communication across assets.
Plan and conduct meetings / workshops with assets to ensure they receive the necessary technical support and advice on Petrophysics (Formation evaluation from logs) initiatives.
Participate in the identification of ADNOC ONSHORE technical challenges. Evaluate new technologies, tools or techniques and decide on their suitability to address these challenges.
Coordinates with shareholders and other OPCOs on relevant logs interpretation and QC proposals to ensure best practices are captured.
Captures lessons learned and best practices to develop standards, processes and other documentations.
Initiates and participates in benchmarking of technologies and processes.
Develops and maintains a record track of unit’s achievements against objectives.
Organizes and contributes to internal and external knowledge sharing initiatives.
Minimum Qualification: B.Sc degree in Petro – Technical discipline. Advanced degree is preferable.
Minimum Experience: 15+ years in petro-technical discipline (Reservoir Engineering, Petroleum Engineering, Geoscience), of which 5 years in a specialist role. International experience is preferable.