Wednesday, July 21, 2010

Geology positions in CO2 sequestration at Bureau of Economic Geology

Bureau of Economic Geology

John A. & Katherine G. Jackson School of Geosciences

The University of Texas at Austin

The Gulf Coast Carbon Center, an international leader in CO2 sequestration research, is looking for junior and senior geologists or engineers with expertise in reservoir characterization or reservoir fluid modeling. Previous experience in CO2 sequestration is desirable but is not required. We also have post doctoral fellowship positions available for recent PhDs interested in: risk analysis, geochemical modeling, geomechanical modeling, or fluid flow modeling. Positions include but may not be limited to the following:

Reservoir Geologist/Petrophysicist posting # 100224030708

Reservoir Engineer/Fluid Flow Modelers posting # 100224040708

Research Geologist/Hydrological Modeling Posting # 100224020708

Please refer to the following website for a full description and requirements of each position, and to apply. . Use the corresponding posting number for the position for which you are interested.

Expressions of interest in research positions or post doctoral fellowships can be directed to Dr. Ian Duncan, Associate Director at BEG at

The University of Texas at Austin is an equal employment opportunity/affirmative action employer. All positions are security sensitive, and conviction verification is conducted on applicants selected.

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