Reservoir Engineer job duties include making use of technology in order to assign the utilizable fossil fuel reservoirs underground so that the oil and gas companies can make use of these reserves. One needs to have a degree in petroleum engineering or may also attain a degree in drilling engineering or fluid mechanics from an accredited university in order to become a reservoir engineer.
Many employers prefer hiring candidates who have a relevant work experience.
Reservoir Engineer Job Duties
- Reservoir Engineer is required to store the useful fossil fuel reservoirs at appropriate place underground so that the oil and gas may use these.
- Reservoir Engineer is required to plan the storage activities for the fossil fuels.
- Reservoir Engineer needs to check the location of underground fossil fuels and their location by making use of the fluid mechanics.
- Reservoir Engineer is required to work with equipment’s such as computer modeling, imaging programs, etc for locating the oil and natural gas reserves.
- Reservoir Engineer may be involved in drilling the oil and gas reserves for these companies.
- Reservoir Engineer needs to work with the drilling and tapping equipment’s and ensure that these equipment’s are maintained properly.
- Reservoir Engineer is required to analyze the quantity of fuel available in different reserves and their feasibility and share the same with the oil and gas companies.
- Reservoir Engineer needs to guide the oil and gas company officials on whether they should start with the drilling activity on a particular reservoir or not.
- Reservoir Engineer needs to assess the efficiency of the machines and other equipment’s used in the process of taping and drilling.
- Reservoir Engineer is required to see if any machine requires a modifications and work upon getting it modified.
- Reservoir Engineer is required to stay updated with the information related to oil and gas price fluctuation.