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Re: Geophysicists, Geologists, & Petroleum Engineers: Professionals & Aspirants by Nobody: 6:26pm On Oct 18, 2013
ideology: am serving in kwara states, will check the other states later, but I know lagos is their head office.
@imag is MITA recognised, I really want to do mine with NISP
Mita is recognised but NISP is their father when it comes to safety....
Re: Geophysicists, Geologists, & Petroleum Engineers: Professionals & Aspirants by ideology(m): 7:16pm On Oct 18, 2013
imag5: Mita is recognised but NISP is their father when it comes to safety....
Nawao NISP insist one must do GHSE before HSE 3, how relevant is GHSE?
Re: Geophysicists, Geologists, & Petroleum Engineers: Professionals & Aspirants by Nobody: 7:52pm On Oct 18, 2013
ideology: Nawao NISP insist one must do GHSE before HSE 3, how relevant is GHSE?
my guy you are funny,there is no way you do Hse3 without going for General hse Ghse,or hse1 and 2 is like jumping from nusery one to ss2...it a must
Re: Geophysicists, Geologists, & Petroleum Engineers: Professionals & Aspirants by ideology(m): 7:57pm On Oct 18, 2013
imag5: my guy you are funny,there is no way you do Hse3 without going for General hse Ghse,or hse1 and 2 is like jumping from nusery one to ss2...it a must

I know what I mean, these other bodies don't offer GHSE just HSE 2 and 3, and GHSE is more expensive than HSE 2and 3
Re: Geophysicists, Geologists, & Petroleum Engineers: Professionals & Aspirants by Udochee(m): 8:23pm On Oct 18, 2013
@imag5...stumbled on d topic 2day.took time to read tru.nice one bro.
@ideology...fellow alumni,ow u dey its bin a while.
Re: Geophysicists, Geologists, & Petroleum Engineers: Professionals & Aspirants by ideology(m): 8:29pm On Oct 18, 2013
Udochee: @imag5...stumbled on d topic 2day.took time to read tru.nice one bro.
@ideology...fellow alumni,ow u dey its bin a while.
oga, I de o o, na Patigi them come post me go, where you de?
Re: Geophysicists, Geologists, & Petroleum Engineers: Professionals & Aspirants by Nobody: 10:58pm On Oct 18, 2013
Udochee: @imag5...stumbled on d topic 2day.took time to read tru.nice one bro.
@ideology...fellow alumni,ow u dey its bin a while.
thanks I saw ur email
Re: Geophysicists, Geologists, & Petroleum Engineers: Professionals & Aspirants by Nobody: 8:42am On Oct 19, 2013
Nice thread. Nigeria and the entire world owe their energy needs to us. Bright career prospects here in Nigeria and the Niger Delta rgion not limiting to Ph alone. So lets get started.
Re: Geophysicists, Geologists, & Petroleum Engineers: Professionals & Aspirants by Nobody: 8:51am On Oct 19, 2013
imag5: for now will use Petrel and kindgom suite after we have gotten our pre stack and post stack data,but the major aim of this project is to what we called SS satelite seismic to visualise reservoir to get a clear a image of reservoir at every depth , but we have guys currently in china developing our softwares called Satwares

This is like combining Petrel, Prosper and Eclipse into one software if am right wink wink wink wink
Can't wait bro. imag5 will appreciate meeting with you in person sometime soon. Am in Ph as a project engineer, grad Geo/Mining Esut
Re: Geophysicists, Geologists, & Petroleum Engineers: Professionals & Aspirants by Nobody: 8:54am On Oct 19, 2013
conyema12: Hi guys am so happy to meet my fellow. Geologist
Actually I have bee looking for a forum like this.
I am a geologist with strong competence in reservoir modelling and petrophysicis. This is because I did my Msc in that area as well as my 12 months internship in shell , but after the internship I got another job as a field engr majoring in coil tubing services which is an aspect of well intervention. Pls guys dnt get me wrong, I love the experience as I often go to the rigs offshore to render some services, I also acquired International Well Control Certifications as well as Basic offshore certification. I have put in 18 months with them.
However I just got admision in USA for a masters program in petroleum geosciences I will be majoring in petrophysics. ( Which where I have passion for)
My question is, am I on the right track since my background is in geosciences? Do I have future in this Present job since I didn't study engineering,
plz I am in need of advice cos am confused.

Over right tract na im you dey my brother, thought we Geologists don't get lost
wey that my brunton compass sef cheesy cheesy cheesy cheesy cheesy cheesy cheesy
Re: Geophysicists, Geologists, & Petroleum Engineers: Professionals & Aspirants by Udochee(m): 9:53am On Oct 19, 2013
ideology:
oga, I de o o, na Patigi them come post me go, where you de?
mhen my name was omitted 4 dat june batch.just goin 4 dis nov batch...
Re: Geophysicists, Geologists, & Petroleum Engineers: Professionals & Aspirants by Nobody: 2:21pm On Oct 19, 2013
pasino26:

This is like combining Petrel, Prosper and Eclipse into one software if am right wink wink wink wink
Can't wait bro. imag5 will appreciate meeting with you in person sometime soon. Am in Ph as a project engineer, grad Geo/Mining Esut
ok bro,we are so special,except someone that graduate from the geoscience does not know what he is doing...we are so bless,Minning is there,borehole survey is there for hydrogeologist,geotechnical survey is there,U dont need to make a first class or u need to do is to THINK......umf
Re: Geophysicists, Geologists, & Petroleum Engineers: Professionals & Aspirants by ideology(m): 3:26pm On Oct 19, 2013
Udochee:
mhen my name was omitted 4 dat june batch.just goin 4 dis nov batch...
how? I saw your name, industrial chemistry. was I dreaming. with call up number that day.
Re: Geophysicists, Geologists, & Petroleum Engineers: Professionals & Aspirants by conyema12(m): 6:55pm On Oct 19, 2013
pasino26:

This is like combining Petrel, Prosper and Eclipse into one software if am right wink wink wink wink
Can't wait bro. imag5 will appreciate meeting with you in person sometime soon. Am in Ph as a project engineer, grad Geo/Mining Esut

Its not like that. Petrel provides you the platform to build a static representation of ur reservoir using products from ur seismic interpretation. And population of petrophzsical properties at inter well locations. While eclipse will build a dynamic model from petrels product to define the various flow units. This will help in positioning wells for in fill drilling.

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Re: Geophysicists, Geologists, & Petroleum Engineers: Professionals & Aspirants by conyema12(m): 6:58pm On Oct 19, 2013
pasino26:

Over right tract na im you dey my brother, thought we Geologists don't get lost
wey that my brunton compass sef cheesy cheesy cheesy cheesy cheesy cheesy cheesy

Thanx buddy
The last time I checked my brunton compass it was dipping towards petrophysics.
Re: Geophysicists, Geologists, & Petroleum Engineers: Professionals & Aspirants by Nobody: 7:48pm On Oct 19, 2013
So far i want to use this oppourtunity to thank the Moderators for a job well done in ensuring that this forum remains 4th in career thread,pls mod can u push it to Fp so that other geo and PE guys will see it and share their experience,even if it is for just 1hr,God bless the mod...umf
Re: Geophysicists, Geologists, & Petroleum Engineers: Professionals & Aspirants by SaintChukz(m): 10:40pm On Oct 19, 2013
ideology:
how? I saw your name, industrial chemistry. was I dreaming. with call up number that day.
You guys are derailing on this thread, this isn't the purpose why the thread was created. Kindly take your gist outside to somewhere else, maybe probably a beer parlour. Thank You!
Re: Geophysicists, Geologists, & Petroleum Engineers: Professionals & Aspirants by ideology(m): 12:01am On Oct 20, 2013
Saint Chukz: You guys are derailing on this thread, this isn't the purpose why the thread was created. Kindly take your gist outside to somewhere else, maybe probably a beer parlour. Thank You!
hey concentrate, I too know, can't I greet someone I haven't heard from in a while.
Re: Geophysicists, Geologists, & Petroleum Engineers: Professionals & Aspirants by Udochee(m): 2:25am On Oct 20, 2013
Saint Chukz: Kindly take your gist outside to somewhere else!
no offences abeg.its natural to always hala ur guys.abeg fellow professional colleagues i want to knw whr i can run petrel or eclipse in lag,.thanx
Re: Geophysicists, Geologists, & Petroleum Engineers: Professionals & Aspirants by Sayet(m): 5:12pm On Oct 20, 2013
Saint Chukz: You guys are derailing on this thread, this isn't the purpose why the thread was created. Kindly take your gist outside to somewhere else, maybe probably a beer parlour. Thank You!
what effect does their discussion has on you? ITK.
Re: Geophysicists, Geologists, & Petroleum Engineers: Professionals & Aspirants by blazerMaks: 6:30pm On Oct 20, 2013
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Re: Geophysicists, Geologists, & Petroleum Engineers: Professionals & Aspirants by Nobody: 7:22pm On Oct 20, 2013
Udochee:
no offences abeg.its natural to always hala ur guys.abeg fellow professional colleagues i want to knw whr i can run petrel or eclipse in lag,.thanx
go to Danvic concept limited at magodo lagos,...they run introduction to seismic interpretation and u gat to learn petrel and opendect....it 45k google d company and the owner of the company is former NAPE president...Mayowa AFE.....cheers

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Re: Geophysicists, Geologists, & Petroleum Engineers: Professionals & Aspirants by Nobody: 7:52pm On Oct 20, 2013
Bro, may God bless you for the info you are dishing out. Honestly, you are a compass people have been searching for. I strongly believe in self-development but how do you develop when you can't find your bearing considering that some of these things aren't taught in schools?

At least if job hasn't arrived and with your info given here, one can possibly go on to add more skills to his arsenals and thereby making a marketable product of himself to prospective companies searching for employers.

God bless you.
imag5: go to Danvic concept limited at magodo lagos,...they run introduction to seismic interpretation and u gat to learn petrel and opendect....it 45k google d company and the owner of the company is former NAPE president...Mayowa AFE.....cheers
Re: Geophysicists, Geologists, & Petroleum Engineers: Professionals & Aspirants by Nobody: 9:29pm On Oct 20, 2013
2s£xy:
Bro, may God bless you for the info you are dishing out. Honestly, you are a compass people have been searching for. I strongly believe in self-development but how do you develop when you can't find your bearing considering that some of these things aren't taught in schools?

At least if job hasn't arrived and with your info given here, one can possibly go on to add more skills to his arsenals and thereby making a marketable product of himself to prospective companies searching for employers.

God bless you.
cheers....they say knowlege is power
Re: Geophysicists, Geologists, & Petroleum Engineers: Professionals & Aspirants by Udochee(m): 2:10am On Oct 21, 2013
imag5: go to Danvic concept limited.....cheers
thanx a plenty bro.wil check them as soon as possible
Re: Geophysicists, Geologists, & Petroleum Engineers: Professionals & Aspirants by SaintChukz(m): 8:11am On Oct 21, 2013
Sayet: what effect does their discussion has on you? ITK.
Insipid comment...! If you know how to read, then go through the nairaland rules first before you come here to expose your ignorance.
Re: Geophysicists, Geologists, & Petroleum Engineers: Professionals & Aspirants by quivah(f): 8:56am On Oct 21, 2013
Hi guys... nice thread
But have got the question bothering me.
Can an archaeologist work in an oil and gas company ??
Re: Geophysicists, Geologists, & Petroleum Engineers: Professionals & Aspirants by Nobody: 8:56am On Oct 21, 2013
Cut it out, guys! I forsee an intense irrelevant argument gradually snowballing which characterises the Nigerian being.

Please, let's get back on track. cool
Re: Geophysicists, Geologists, & Petroleum Engineers: Professionals & Aspirants by Nobody: 9:00am On Oct 21, 2013
Except you wanna do career switch by obtaining relevant certifications.

You can become a Safety Officer and work in an oil industry or any other industry for that matter.

Archeologist are known for un-earthing historical facts; that has no bearing with the oil and gas industry.

Just find a way to switch. Imag5 should have a better way to do that.
quivah: Hi guys... nice thread
But have got the question bothering me.
Can an archaeologist work in an oil and gas company ??
Re: Geophysicists, Geologists, & Petroleum Engineers: Professionals & Aspirants by quivah(f): 9:03am On Oct 21, 2013
@2sexy... its actually archaeology mixed with geology . a 2 degree honor..
But will be graduating with archaeology(a single degree honor)..!
Re: Geophysicists, Geologists, & Petroleum Engineers: Professionals & Aspirants by nonexy11: 9:11am On Oct 21, 2013
harde2lah: Nice thread I must say. Bamidele by name, student of Institute of Petroleum Studies, UNIPORT, studying Petr Engineering.
Hello Bamidele,am Chinonso,a graduate of P.Eng,i want to apply at IPS,could u give me heads up on how to go abt it,especialy d funding aspect..
Re: Geophysicists, Geologists, & Petroleum Engineers: Professionals & Aspirants by Udochee(m): 9:15am On Oct 21, 2013
quivah: its actually archaeology mixed with geology
i my own opinion sha.u can cros-check ur course contents(probably frm ur departmental handbook) to b sure if dey are geo-related courses u'ld do truout ur study year.

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