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Petrophysicist - GS295 Senior Petrophysicist with a master’s degree in oil refining and petrochemistry, an MBA, and 21 years of experience working for operators and service companies. Experienced in reservoir characterization, formation evaluation, data acquisition; log interpretation; core-log integration; quality control, research, technical support, marketing and sales, business and product development, and mentoring. Geographic areas worked include the deep water Gulf of Mexico, onshore US, offshore Nigeria, south Africa, north Africa, Middle East, Argentina, Venezuela. Software proficiency in Techlog and GeoFrame. New Orleans
 
Petrophysicist - GS285 Petrophysicist and Completion Specialist with a bachelor's degree and 35 years of international and domestic experience in the petroleum industry. Extensively experienced working with multi-disciplinary teams on integrated reservoir characterization studies both with educational institutions and energy companies. Additional experience includes multi-disciplinary integrated reservoir characterization studies in both low and high permeability reservoirs. Geographic areas worked include offshore and onshore Louisiana and Texas, the Mid-Continent, the Rocky Mountains, Venezuela, Canada, Trinidad, China, Argentina, and Austria. Software proficiency in PowerLog, QLA2, Prism, PetroWorks, Mfrac, and FracproPT. Language proficiency in Spanish. Texas
 
Petrophysicist - GS428 Geophysicist with a bachelor’s degree in geology and 40 years of experience working for major operators, small independents, and as an independent consultant. Expert in shaly sand analyses.
Experience includes supervisory interpretation, acquisition and divestiture assessment, on-site operations supervision, well planning and completion, logging program design, coring program design, log analysis, well site evaluation, well log correlation, subsurface mapping, interpretation fault surface mapping, gross sand isopachs, hydrocarbon content mapping, petrophysical property determination (porosities, saturations, bulk density, formation water resistivity, formation temperature, clay content, lithology, and permeability), training junior petrophysicists, and instructing a geological mapping course. Geographic areas worked include the Gulf of Mexico, the North Sea, South America, and west Africa. Computer skills include PowerLog, Interactive Petrophysics, GeoFrame, HDS, and Petroworks.
New Orleans
 
Petrophysicist - GS249 Petrophysical and Petroleum Engineering Professional with a master’s degree in petroleum engineering and over 40 years of experience working for a major exploration and production company. Experienced in multi-well exploration, development, reserve determination, property acquisition, and enhanced oil recovery. Additionally experienced in evaluation and development studies in complex lithologies and shaly sands, log-seismic interrelationships, the integrity of rock data, production performance, log interpretation, and mentoring others in those technical areas. A recognized authority in the identification and evaluation of low resistivity, low contrast pay zones. Geographic areas worked included all major-producing basins in North America, including Canada and Mexico, and in Europe, Commonwealth of Independent States, Africa, South America, southeast Asia, Australia, and China. Houston
 
Petrophysicist - GS345 Petrophysicist with a bachelor's degree in geology and over 35 years of experience in the oil and gas industry working for small and midsized E&P companies and service companies. Experienced in carbonate and sandstone formations in the areas of international and domestic petrophysics, reservoir geology, field development, reserve evaluation, and exploration. Additionally experienced in special core analysis, petrography, formation pressure evaluation, and mechanical properties' determination. Experienced as a multidisciplinary team member for property appraisal, basin analysis, reservoir simulation, seismic applications, hydraulic fracturing technology, and enhanced recovery. Geographical areas worked include the Gulf Coast of Louisiana, Texas, Mississippi, the Permian Basin, and Florida. International experience includes onshore Asia, Africa, Europe, the Middle East, South America, and Central America. Workstation experience consists of Dwights/PI, KINGDOM, Discovery, PowerLog, and OFM. Houston
 
Petrophysicist - GS253 Petrophysicist with over 40 years of implementing innovative petrophysical solutions to petroleum E&P, geothermal E&P, minerals E&P, and environmental problems. PhD in geology and exploration geophysics and has proven strengths in creative problem solving, communication, data base management and training. Demonstrated performance in an extremely broad range of activities, covering petrophysics and geophysics. Extensive experience in slim-hole logging, vendor wireline and MWD/LWD operations and product quality. California
 
Petrophysicist - GS393 Petrophysicist with a master's degree in geophysics, a bachelor's degree in physics, and ten years of experience working in the oil and gas industry for operators and service companies. Experienced in conventional and unconventional resource evaluation and reservoir classification. Additionally experienced in geohazard modeling, operations management, and reservoir geosteering for well placement. Geographic areas worked include the Permian Basin and north and southwest United States. Software proficiency in Interactive Petrophysics, EarthVision, Senergy, DrillWorks, and Petra. Midland
 
Petrophysicist - GS233 Petrophysicist with a PhD in geology and over 40 years experience in petrophysics, mechanics, and geophysical specialties. Experience includes petrophysics, rock mechanics, drilling operations, geophysics, logging operations, interpretation, reserves estimation, reservoir engineering, and production. Teaches several courses that relate borehole properties that depend on earth conservation to drilling and rock mechanics engineers. Wrote and published a textbook explaining earth mechanics through synthesis of mass-energy conservation laws. Reads technical French. Houston
 
Petrophysicist - GS412 Petrophysicist with an MBA, a bachelor’s degree in petroleum engineering, and over 30 years of experience working in the oil and gas industry for operators and service companies. Expert in advanced log interpretation, completion operations and evaluations, and unconventional resources. Additionally experienced in well logging services, pressure testing, coring, perforating, fracture and lithology identification tools, and unconventional technology platforms. Geographic areas worked include the coast of Asia, the mid-west United States, and offshore Gulf of Mexico. Software proficiency in PowerLog, Prizm, Interactive Petrophysics, Neural Networks and GAMLS. Houston
 
Petrophysicist - GS403 Petrophysicist with a master's degree in geophysics, a bachelor's degree in natural science and mathematics with over 10 years of experience working for large and medium oil and gas companies. Expert in mapping, 3-D seismic interpretation, and data integration in the Rockies and mid-continent. Additionally experienced in both petrophysical and geophysical interpretations of shale plays, tight gas sands, and carbonates. Geographic areas include basins in west, northwest, southwest, south, and eastern United States, and Alaska. Software proficiency in Petra, Geolog, Powerlog, and Techlog. Looking for opportunities in Denver. Colorado
 
Petrophysicist - GS342 Petrophysicist with a bachelor’s degree in geology and a master’s degree in computer science with over 25 years of experience working for various E&P and service companies in petrophysics and technical capacities. Expert in field studies, modeling, log analysis, lithology, and stratigraphy. Additionally experienced in the development and implementation of advanced analysis systems as they pertain to the transmission of well log data from the well site to the main computer system. Geographical areas worked include North America, South America, western and eastern Africa, and southern China. Software proficiency in GeoFrame, Petrel, MMRD, IP, and Oracle. Houston
 
Petrophysicist - GS280 Petrophysicist with bachelor’s degree in industrial engineering, and over 40 years of experience working in the oil and gas industry for E&P companies, consulting firms, and service companies. Expert in international and domestic log evaluations, open-hole logging operations, exploration wells, and formation imaging. Additionally experienced in well production evaluation, and the development and implementation of operational training programs. Geographic areas worked include offshore United States, South America, the Middle East, and Russia. California
 
Petrophysicist - GS199 Petrophysical Advisor with a bachelor's degree in geology and over 40 years of extensive petrophysical experience in the oil and gas industry working for major operators. Expert in the integration of petrophysical, geological, and production data for reservoir studies and successful recommendations for completions. Experienced in conventional and unconventional formation analysis, completions, reservoir studies that include porosity, water saturation, net and gross pay, and lithological facies, and mentoring numerous junior petrophysicists and geoscientists. Geographical areas worked include US onshore and offshore basins and international deepwater basins. Language proficiency in English, Spanish, and Arabic. Houston
 
Petrophysicist - GS398 Petrophysicist with a Bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering and 21 years of international experience working for a service company. Expert in log interpretations and advanced sonic scanner interpretation. Experienced in analyzing mechanical properties, ECS elemental analysis (shale gas/oil and conventional reservoirs), cased hole log interpretation, and wireline operations. Geographic areas worked include deepwater Gulf of Mexico and Nigeria, Syria, and Libya. Language fluency in English and Arabic. Houston
 
Petrophysicist - GS294 Petrophysicist with a Doctorate's Degree and 40 years of domestic and international experience in research and operations environments. Skilled in clastic and carbonate reservoirs, heavy and light oil, gas, and utilizing conventional wireline and LWD data. Experienced in single-well analyses of historical and newly drilled wells, multi-well equity determination and arbitration, and re-processing. Proficient in incorporating rock (cuttings and core) data and geological considerations. A designated co-inventor on both American and European patents, and trainer of geologists and engineers during international assignments. Missouri
 
Petrophysicist - GS333 Petrophysicist with more than 25 years of E&P experience and holds a Ph.D. in Oilfield Development. Solid management experience with communication to be articulate, professional and friendly. Vast experience is in petrophysical, geophysical, business development, both domestic and international, marketing, mentoring, as well as software development. Characterized by references as dedicated, focused, highly professional, direct team environment, a wealth of experience, and a natural problem solver. Houston
 
Petrophysicist - GS335 Experienced Petrophysicist holding a Master’s degree. Experienced in well logging, administrative projects, and quality control which include performing tasks for mud logging, supervising log acquisitions, report generation, reserve calculations, and training, has strong workstation skills in Petcom Software (PowerLog), PetroWorks, and Interactive Petrophysics . In addition, has created the database for geopressured formations in Albania. Worked the Gulf of Mexico (shelf and deepwater), TX, WY, NM, AZ, AK, Canada, and Albania. Has authorization to work for any US employer. Houston
 
Petrophysicist - GS356 Petrophysicist with 40+ years in the oil and gas industry including management experience and intensive petrophysical computer analysis and support. Responsibilities have included data acquisition, quality control and computer analysis for drilling, production and exploration wells as well as reanalysis of older wells, conventional and specialized core analysis, completion and testing for workovers, cased-hole logging and cased-hole analysis including PLT, TDT and cement-bond logs. Skill sets includes field studies, tight gas, sands, reservoir stimulations, and economic evaluations and administration. Specialized expertise in the UNIX , GeoLog, ECLIPSE, Powerlog, IP and StrataModel. Domestic work history includes Alaska, California, Wyoming, North Dakota and onshore/offshore Gulf Coast. International work encompassing Algeria, Argentina, Australia, Canada, Bahrain, China, Egypt, Gabon, Indonesia, Ireland, Korea, Mexico, North Sea, Russia, Senegal, South Africa, Sudan, Tunisia, Turkey and Venezuela. Houston
 
Petrophysicist - GS382 Petrophysicist with a bachelor’s degree in chemical and petroleum engineering and more than seven years of experience working for large and small oil and gas companies. Additionally is a Certified Petroleum Engineering Technologist. Experienced in open hole, cased hole, production log analysis, and quick look interpretation. Additionally experienced in calculating the original oil in place, prediction of primary production, evaluation of Enhanced Oil Recovery, and core gamma routine analysis. Software proficiencies include Interactive Petrophysics, Jlog, Spectrum Suite, Net+, Adobe Photoshop, and Illustrator. Language fluency in English, French, Swahili, and German. Houston
 
Petrophysicist - GS357 Petrophysicist with Bachelor's degree and 32 years international industry practice. Expertise in carbonates, clastics, sand/shale, core analysis, logging and reservoir characterization as well as training and mentoring junior staff in petrophysical development. Geolog specialist. Geographical experience in Argentina, Canada, Libya and Saudi Arabia (deepwater-8000’ to 10,000’). TN VISA. Bilingual: English/Hindi. Professional verbal and written presentation. Candidate open to relocation. Houston
 
Petrophysicist - GS266 Accomplished Petrophysicist with PhD and 18 years extensive background in the domestic and international petroleum industry. Areas of expertise include: NMR planning and interpretation, real-time pore and fracture pressure analysis, pre-drill/post drill evaluations, as well as, LWD/MWD formation evaluation, fluid substitution and advanced reservoir characterization. Skill set also includes rock physics modeling, pore pressure and seismic inversion. Wide-ranging computer knowledge which include petrophysics workstations: PowerLog, Rockdoc, Geolog, and Landmark. Oilfield experience in the Gulf of Mexico (deepwater and shelf), Gulf Coast (Louisiana and Texas) , China, Russia, Kazakhstan, Malaysia and Indonesia. Bilingual: English/Russian. Author and co-author of 42 technical papers, 3 monographs, and 2 patents, (1 pending). Recipient of several awards for bodies of work. Exceptional candidate. Houston
 
Petrophysicist - GS245 Petrophysicist with a bachelor's degree and 15 years of international and domestic formation evaluation and producing experience. Skilled in production log analysis and interpretation, core acquisition and analysis, and core-log characterization and integration. Extensively experienced working with multidisciplinary teams on field studies, development evaluations, and simulation studies including open- and cased-hole log analysis. Geographic areas include the North Sea, the Gulf of Mexico, Indonesia, and Nigeria. Highly skilled in Windows NT and UNIX. California
 
Petrophysicist - GS293 Petrophysicist in Reservoir Integrated Studies as well in Reservoir Development, dealing with field development planning, well planning and production, also in Quantitative Interpretation, skilled in log analysis using workstation and PC based software applications and state of the art petrophysical interpretation techniques, and core analysis and core-log integration and seismic, also possesses solid understanding of logging tools, including new technology and Borehole imaging logs, in addition to a detailed experience on acquisition, quality control, interpretation and evaluation of petrophysical (wireline, LWD and core) data. Venezuela
 
Petrophysicist - GS360 Petrophysicist with a bachelor's degree and more than 28 years of experience. Solid management experience with communication that is articulate, professional and friendly. Vast experience is in petrophysics, log analysis, operational support, acquisitions, and business development, both domestic and international, marketing, and mentoring. Experience in both San Joaquin Valley and LA Basin, California and deepwater activity in Venezuela. Proficient in Landmark, Explorer, Prism, and strong in Geographix. Fluent in Spanish and Hebrew. California
 
Petrophysicist - GS302 Geologist/petrophysicist with a BS and 20+ years of experience in planning and implementing reservoir characterization projects and well-site geology. Experienced in application of cross-plotting to develop relationships between different populations, core description of carbonate and clastic lithologies. Knowledge of interpretation of conventional and special core analysis. Workstation experience using Geolog, Multimin, Landmark Openworks, Petroworks, Stratworks and Z Map+, SDI Montage, Basinmod, Petcom Log Analysis, Powerlog, and Petra. Proficient in speaking and writing the Spanish language. Exhibits excellent presentation and writing skills. Houston
 
Petrophysicist - GS186 Petrophysicist and petroleum engineer with a Bachelor's Degree and over 20 years of experience working for major oil companies. Highly skilled problem solver and troubleshooter. Experienced in reservoir analysis, magnetic resonance imaging, log analysis, waveform interpretation, cased-hole log interpretation, and dipmeter processing and depositional environment interpretation. Geographic areas worked include Nigeria, the Gulf of Mexico, Delaware basin, Arkoma, Gulf coast, and Venezuela. Experienced in many logging tools including, Density, acoustic, neutron, induction and lateral devices, Spectralog, Carbon Oxygen, and Neutron Lifetime. Proficient in specialized interpretations including MRIL, MAC, DAC, PRISM, CBIL, CO, FMT, DIELECTRIC, DIPLOG, STRATADIP, and Production logs. Houston
 
Petrophysicist - GS340 Geoscientist with over 14 years of experience and a BS in geology. Has extensive knowledge in 2D and 3D field design, support of geological and geophysical data acquisition, processing, analysis and improvement. Safety management process and the ISO 9000 Quality Assurance Initiatives. New York
 
Petrophysicist - GS339 Accomplished petroleum geologist with Texas onshore development experience with repeated success in prospect recognition and generation. Strong mapping skills and is proficient in GeoQuest, Landmark and SMT interpretation applications. Not only taught interpretation applications to other geologists and geophysicists, but has also designed and written training manuals. Although a successful trainer, very anxious in getting back into exploitation and exploration. Houston
 
Petrophysicist - GS311 Petrophysicist with a PhD and 17 years of combined experience in applied research at Stanford University and international and domestic exploration and production with major and large independent oil companies. Skilled in field log model development, seismic petrophysics, and pore pressure prediction. Extensively experienced working with multidisciplinary teams on field studies, development evaluations, and well planning. Proficient in open-hole log and core analysis. Geographic areas worked include the Gulf of Mexico, Venezuela, Alaska, Russia, and Nigeria. Proficient in Microsoft Office, Geolog, and Kaleidagraph. Effective communication skills in English. Houston
 
Petrophysicist - GS200 Petrophysicist with Bachelor's degree and 30 years of experience with a service company, a large independent, and as a consultant. High degree of interpretation skills in shaly sand and carbonate formations in onshore and offshore environments. Worked with geologists, geophysicists, and reservoir engineers to develop new prospects and evaluate old fields. Proficiency in all areas of log analysis maintained by personally designing advanced petrophysical computer programs. Houston
 
Petrophysicist - GS108 Petrophysicist with a Master’s Degree and 33 years of experience with large national oil companies. Broad experience including oil exploration, production, and exploitation, formation evaluation, reservoir monitoring, rig and wireline workovers, reservoir studies, and geologic monitoring of producing wells for water encroachment. Experienced in preparing drilling and logging programs for medium and deep exploratory and development wells as well as for cased-hole logging programs. Highly experienced in PETCOM and LOGCALC. Fluent in English and Urdu. Iowa
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