S&P Global Commodity Insights
enables organizations to create long-term, sustainable value with data and insights for a complete view on the global energy and commodities markets. The Role:
Log Analyst The Team:
As governments and companies around the world commit to energy transition, S&P Global Commodity Insights charts the transition to greener energy sources and its impact on commodity markets. The global subsurface operations team is responsible for regional formation tops studies, structural maps, international data, pressure data and directional surveys. Specifically, The Well Logs team is responsible for digitizing, log editing, and petrophysical data analysis. The team also manages log data collection and publication, accuracy, customer feedback, digital and raster sales. We value shared contributions, client satisfaction and being part of the team. The Impact:
The Log Analyst will be responsible for quantifying reservoir characteristics for use in Carbon Capture Utilization Storage (CCUS) and regional conventional regional studies focusing on the gulf coast region. What's in it for you
Carbon capture sequestration is rapidly becoming the new frontier in Energy Transition. This new position will generate high value formation studies for our CCUS customers clients in order to facilitate screening of high priority areas and will be one part of the study to be incorporated with other elements including land rights, well integrity, and data sales. Responsibilities
What We're Looking For:
- The applicant will be responsible for generating reservoir qualities from well logs including effective porosities, permeabilities, bed thickness, and calculating rock properties from well log data sonic data (poisson's ratio, young's modulus, etc) to determine frac boundaries.
- Your main responsibilities will include performing log analyses, integrating with borehole integrity and corrosion study information.
- contribute ideas and learning to become a CCUS expert.
Compensation/Benefits Information (US Applicants Only):
- B.S. degree in petroleum engineering, geology, or related earth study field.
- Critical required skills include; minimum 5 years field experience or office experience editing log data and performing log analyses, and map generation.
- Equivalency real world experience will be considered such as logging engineer, internships, or other practical work experience. Gulf coast and/or offshore GoM shelf experience strongly preferred.
- Experience with Kingdom Geology, Interactive Petrophysics, Petra, or Powerlog is required.
- Fundamental understanding of Python preferred.
S&P Global states that the anticipated base salary range for this position is $81,887 to $110,612. Base salary ranges may vary by geographic location.
In addition to base compensation, this role is eligible for an annual incentive plan.
This role is eligible to receive additional S&P Global benefits. For more information on the benefits we provide to our employees, visit https://www.spgbenefitessentials.com/newhires The Location:
Houston, TX Grade/Level (relevant for internal applicants only)
----------------------------------------------- Equal Opportunity Employer:
S&P Global is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified candidates will receive consideration for employment without regard to race/ethnicity, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, marital status, military veteran status, unemployment status, or any other status protected by law. Only electronic job submissions will be considered for employment.
If you need an accommodation during the application process due to a disability, please send an email to: EEO.Compliance@spglobal.com
and your request will be forwarded to the appropriate person. US Candidates Only:
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