Reporting to the Director of Acquisitions, the Geologist will be tasked with creating basin scale mapping within Freehold Focus areas by working with multiple data sources (well log and core data, production information, published literature and company reports), and integrate these datasets to a robust reservoir interpretation.
This interpretation will feed into the asset development modelling, determining remaining inventory, type curve regions, and reservoir risk. As well, the geologist is responsible in validating vendor data provided as part of the acquisition process and providing the appropriate feedback to the negotiating landman and engineer.
Strong presentation and PowerPoint skills are required, as there are numerous recommendations to the management and executive teams, often with short deadlines. A creative nature is an asset, as part of the continuous improvement objectives of Freehold and Rife.
- Work effectively within the team to optimally grow the US royalty asset portfolio for Freehold Royalties Ltd.
- Integrate incomplete and partial data sets to create interpreted geological field/asset evaluations and development model inputs
- Provide geological and risk analysis for economic evaluations
- Provide geological input into reserves evaluation as well as budgeting
- Leverage large data sets quickly and efficiently to provide recommendations on acquisition opportunities
- Work with various teams and disciplines to provide support and insight to execute Freeholds core business
- Collaborate with Engineering, Land and Finance staff to develop bid recommendation presentations
- Deliver and defend bid recommendations to the Executive Management and the Board of Directors
- Minimum requirement of B.Sc. Geology or equivalent and greater than 5 years of working experience within the Oil & Gas industry
- United States L48 unconventional reservoir experience considered an asset
- Significant direct experience with acquisitions and short-timeline projects – flexible and adaptable to meet critical deadlines, while managing multiple priorities
- Capable research skills to supplement incomplete datasets as part of an asset evaluation
- Expertise with digital geologic (e.g. Petra) and analytics software (e.g. Spotfire, Prism) would be an asset
- Demonstrable ability to work with large datasets to apply creative solutions to complex problems
- A love of working with multidisciplinary teams, and a clear ability to communicate effectively with Engineering, Land, Finance, and Management groups
- Communicate highly technical details effectively and succinctly (both verbal and written)
- Insatiable curiosity, creativity and a drive for continuous improvement are preferred personality traits
- Current membership with APEGA and a P. Geo. Designation would be considered an asset.
We thank all applicants; however, only those selected for an interview will be contracted.