Geo-Information Analyst (PhD) | Part of the Shell Graduate Programme

18 februari 2019

As a Geo-Information Analyst you will offer leadership, expert technical advice and implementation skills to the regions, upstream projects

Geo-Information Analyst (PhD) | Part of the Shell Graduate Programme

Job Description

The Geoscience organization is part of Projects & Technology Development and consists of six groups: Geophysics, Quantitative Subsurface Evaluation (QSE), Fluids & Basins, Structural Geology & Reservoir Characterization and Geomatics. These groups have some 440 staff located in 12 countries providing specialist integrated subsurface support to all Upstream, Integrated Gas and New Energies businesses. Key capabilities in the department amongst others include seismic acquisition & processing, quantitative interpretation, pore pressure prediction, geomechanics, geohazards identification, geomatics, basin modeling, geochemistry, biostratigraphy, sedimentary petrology, fluid sampling, reservoir characterisation and structural geology expertise.

The Geoscience organization is a highly dynamic team which provides critical HSSE support to the drilling of exploration and appraisal wells, manages seismic & geomatics operations, supports the new venture identification teams in exploration, underpins development concept select input and supports Well, Reservoir and Facility Management.

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