As new oil and gas reserves become more difficult to find and develop, Halliburton's geologists and geoscientists are tasked with helping operators to better assess the characteristics of their oil and gas reserves, and to optimize recovery and enable important planning decisions.
What you'll do
As a geologist or geoscientist, you'll work in the industry from onshore to offshore, subsurface to facility, using your knowledge, along with Halliburton's latest reservoir characterization technologies, to:
- Gather and evaluate complex geological data to facilitate real-time decision making. Much of your work will be performed in Halliburton's industry-leading real-time centers located at our own facilities and those of our clients.
- Assist operators in visualizing, understanding and optimizing the value of their assets from planning to exploration and production.
- Consult with clients on the appropriate Halliburton tools and applications to maximize value throughout the life cycle of the well and the reservoir.
Who we want
We're looking for detail-oriented problem solvers who are able to communicate critical project success factors to Halliburton's management and customers. You should have a bachelor- or master-level degree in geology, geosciences or petroleum engineering.