Chevron reservoir engineers evaluate field performance by performing reservoir modeling studies and explore opportunities to maximize the value of both exploration and production properties to enhance hydrocarbon production.

Who We Hire
What You'll Do
Where You'll Work

Who We Hire

Candidates should have a bachelor's or master's degree in petroleum, chemical or mechanical engineering, or an equivalent degree in another engineering discipline with previous oil industry experience.

What You'll Do

Chevron reservoir engineer responsibilities include:

  • Estimating reserves and forecasting for property evaluations and development planning.
  • Carrying out reservoir simulation studies to optimize recoveries.
  • Predicting reserves and performance for well proposals.
  • Predicting and evaluating waterflood and enhanced recovery performance.
  • Developing and applying reservoir optimization techniques.
  • Developing cost-effective reservoir monitoring and surveillance programs.
  • Performing reservoir characterization studies.
  • Analyzing pressure transients.
  • Designing and coordinating petrophysical studies.
  • Analyzing the economics and risk assessments of major development programs.
  • Estimating reserves for producing properties.

Where You'll Work

Chevron reservoir engineers typically begin their career in one of the following U.S. locations:

  • Bakersfield, California
  • Evanston, Wyoming
  • Houston or Midland, Texas
  • New Orleans or Lafayette, Louisiana

Global locations may include Perth, Australia and Aberdeen, Scotland.

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