As a successful candidate, you should hold a Bachelors degree in Petroleum Engineering or related discipline. Masters degree or PhD is desirable, but not required.
You must have a minimum of 10 years related experience including at least 7 years specializing in gas / gas-condensate reservoir management.
A training history of appropriate specialized courses and seminars is expected. Technical publications are valued but in-depth practical experience is paramount.
You must have the ability to interact and communicate clearly with specialists in geology, core and fluid analysis, petrophysics, simulation, drilling, completion, production and facilities.
You must have hands-on experience in hydraulic fracturing, open-hole and cased-hole logs, geological modeling, compositional simulation, completion and production procedures and technologies.
You must have history of using modern reservoir management practices for gas and gas condensate reservoirs.v