Endeavor Energy Resources LP

  • Staff Geologist

    Job Locations US-TX-Midland
    Posted Date 1 month ago(10/9/2018 2:35 PM)
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  • Overview

    Endeavor Energy Resources, LP is a privately held company with over 300,000 net acres in the Midland Basin, North America’s most active basin.  Endeavor’s highly strategic and desired asset base is unable to be replicated in today’s times and is the cornerstone for the company’s rapid growth.  Endeavor has been a successful vertical driller in the Permian Basin, and surrounding basins, over the last 40 years but recently refocused its strategy on a horizontal drilling program.  The company is rapidly growing and evolving as it works towards its mission of becoming a top tier Midland Basin horizontal operator.  To date, Endeavor has drilled approximately 120 horizontal wells and currently has 10 rigs dedicated to the horizontal program. The work environment is informal, innovative and fast paced.


    The posting will be responsible for helping drive the direction of Endeavor in its field development planning. The role will focus on reviewing spacing, completion techniques, and production results of internal and external data. The position will work with the younger staff to help them understand their roles and how to accomplish their tasks.   

    • Decline Curve anaylsis of Wells in the midland Basin
    • Adavanced RTA anaylsis of the same data set
    • Review spacing of offset development plans
    • Generate reviews of completion techinique and artifical lift techniques that will provide for greater production
    • Help generate benchamarking data for Endeavor in the midland basin
    • Review and help generate Reserve estimates on new drill wells



    • 10+ years of Oil and Gas Experience
    • Focus on Reservoir engineering
    • Past experience in Reserve forecasting
    • Expereince and knowldege of DCA and RTA tools
    • Understanding and use of data visualization tools


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