Analysing the uncertainty of each outcome gives the reservoir engineer valuable information about the asset that can be used for economic forecasting, field development planning, and reservoir management.
What does RE stand for?
RE stands for Reservoir Engineer
This definition appears very frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Science, medicine, engineering, etc.
See other definitions of RE
We have 45 other meanings of RE in our Acronym Attic
- Religious Education
- Remedial Engineering
- Renewable Energy
- Renovación Española (Spanish: Spanish Renewal; political movement)
- Reportable Event
- Reproductive Endocrinologist
- Requirement Engineering
- Requirements Engineering Conference
- Research Engineering
Samples in periodicals archive:
A graduate says Poonum Parmar, reservoir engineer, Shell (shell.
He also served as Senior Reservoir Engineer for BP Canada, Senior Reservoir Engineer at Wytch Farm Asset, Vice President of Technology and Business Development at Prism Production Technologies Inc.
He became senior reservoir engineer in 1972 for Caltex Pacific Indonesia, a Chevron affiliate, in Sumatra, Indonesia.
It is the job of the reservoir engineer, geologist, or petroleum engineer to determine the best, most efficient method to extract crude oil.
Beattie worked for Dominion Exploration & Production as a Senior Staff Reservoir Engineer and he was also responsible for all regulatory matters necessary for Development Project approval.
On or about March 3, ATP will post copies of certification letters from its independent third-party reservoir engineers under the Investor Info-Annual/Quarterly Reports section of its website at www.
Our integration with common databases, such as OpenWorks([R]) and SeisWorks([R]), and open formats, such as SEG-Y and RESCUE, already provides a critical time-savings mechanism for geoscientists and reservoir engineers," says Art Paradis, President of Dynamic Graphics.