Accountabilities include:

  • Build, maintain and improve dynamic models, formulate and coordinate updates of field development plans, provide input to well proposals and well activity proposals, providing reservoir engineering support for exploration, generate production forecasts for existing wells and proposed development activities for the Annual Business Plan, estimate reserves and contingent resources and report in the Annual Report of Petroleum Resources.
  • The Senior Reservoir Engineer is expected to share and leverage knowledge from within the asset, and Shell globally to add value to UK fields, act as a technical coach and/or mentor, providing support for other reservoir engineers within the Asset team, identify Reservoir Engineering discipline improvement opportunities and contribute to the maintenance and advancement of the Reservoir Engineering discipline.
  • Each reservoir engineer works within an integrated multidisciplinary team focused on development activities in a particular field or field area. Allocation of area and activity responsibilities within the reservoir engineering group is based on both the personal development needs of individuals and the needs of the business


What we need from you:

We’re looking for an individual with interest to collaborate with a wide range of technical and business professionals. An ability to produce high quality technical work and on time. You are expected to coach less experienced staff.

Beyond that, we’re keen to see CVs include as many of the following as possible:

Proven experience in Reservoir Engineering is a pre-requisite.

You have a solid working knowledge of RE analytical evaluation techniques and numerical simulation modelling, with exposure towards field development planning activities and reservoir surveillance.

The experience in integrated field modelling tools would be highly beneficial.