ADNOC Group Overview: ADNOC is one of the world’s leading energy producers, and a primary catalyst for the growth and diversification of the United Arab Emirates. Our diverse family of more than 50,000 employees is made up of over 100 different nationalities. People from different backgrounds, with unique perspectives and wide-ranging skillsets, who share a collective responsibility: to enable and accelerate progress, both here in the UAE and across the globe. Here at ADNOC, we go beyond business as usual. We do things differently, challenge convention, and embrace new ways of thinking. This is what defines and differentiates us. By working together every day, we’re bringing energy to life. Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (ADNOC) was established on the 27th November 1971 to operate in all areas of the oil and gas industry in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates (UAE). Since its establishment, ADNOC has steadily enhanced its competitive position through its sound business interest in 18 specialist subsidiary and joint venture companies in addition to educational institutions, known as the ADNOC Group of Companies. Today, ADNOC manages and oversees oil production of more than 3.1 million barrels per day (bpd), ranking it amongst the top ten oil and gas producing companies in the world. In the last few years, significant achievements have been made in the expansion and development of gas fields to meet the growing needs and development plans of Abu Dhabi, and in our bid to support the Abu Dhabi Economic Vision 2030, which seeks diversification of Abu Dhabi’s energy supplies. ADNOC is committed to recruiting the best talent the UAE has to offer, and accordingly UAE Nationals will be preferred. All expressions of interest will be treated confidentially. Group Company Overview: The Abu Dhabi Company for Onshore Petroleum Operations (ADNOC ONSHORE) functions throughout onshore development sites as well as in the shallow coastal waters of Abu Dhabi We are the largest oil producer within the ADNOC Group, accounting for over half of the UAE’s total oil production. As the country’s oldest oil production company, our operations date back to 1939, when a 75-year concession was signed to explore for oil and gas in Abu Dhabi. As a global industry leader in environmental sustainability, we are the first in the world to capture carbon from the iron and steel industry. Our Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Storage (CCUS) facility at Al Reyadah captures 800,000 tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2) from Emirates Steel Industries (ESI) each year, for use in the BAB and Rumaitha oil fields to support Enhanced Oil Recovery (EOR). As part of our commitment to preserving our natural assets for generations to come, we have developed biodiversity plans to help protect the unique marine life and wildlife at the Al Nouf and Qusahwira oil fields. JOB PURPOSE: Establish an overall oil and gas Field Development plan (FDP), integrating and completing company plans, taking into account obsolescence and replacement needs. Provides technical expertise to support Full Field Development Plan (FFDP) studies, build appropriate dynamic simulation models, and define appraisal strategy/plan including data acquisition requirements through interfaces with Data Management and technologies that effectively integrate Reservoir Engineering aspects into static and dynamic evaluation of reservoirs, FDP and future investment decisions. KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES: Analyses observed (or simulated) reservoir behaviour and recommend ways to mitigate undesirable performance. Designs and implements core acquisition for routine and SCAL programs, including extraction, preservation and storage. Analyses QC SCAL measurements conducted or analysed by contractors for consistency, and applies analysis results to appropriate field development activities. Applies principles of Equation of state and its use in fluid characterization. Specifies bottom and surface sampling procedures to sample Black oil, volatile oil, dry gas, wet gas and gas condensate wells. Recognises and accountable for non-standard features in well tests through knowing the tools, techniques and interpretation packages available for measuring and interpreting bottom hole pressures as input to identify wellbore damage and further well test analysis. Responsible for integrating pressure, production test results for reservoir simulation and management decisions. Optimizes and manages relevant data collection activities including I-field data where applicable. Assess risks and uncertainties (subsurface and surface) in field development and propose mitigation plan. Develops single well or reservoir production forecasts using classical reservoir engineering methods. Performs actively the projects related to reservoir simulation on full field model construction from upscaling, initialisation, validation, history match and forecast. Manages a sizeable and/or complex production system modelling study leading to FDP (Field Development Plan) or CFDP (Conceptual Field Development Plan). Minimum Qualification Bachelor degree in Petroleum Engineering or Equivalent. Minimum Experience & Knowledge & Skills 8 years of experience, including 3 years in reservoir engineering aspects Group Company: ADNOC Onshore
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