Bureau of Economic Geology


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Research Staff

 

Economic Geologist

Job Code:  R_00021601

Purpose: To initiate and conduct basic scientific research in economic geology and to assess nonfuel mineral resources, including critical and industrial mineral resources, primarily in the State of Texas.

Functions: To initiate and conduct basic scientific research and resource assessment in economic geology across the State of Texas, assessing critical mineral resources and non-fuel minerals (including sand and aggregate) that can be used for economic or industrial purposes. Obtain research funding and serve as PI or co-PI on projects. Participate in and support other researchers in field work. Present project results at sponsor review meetings, regional and national conferences. Publish results in contract reports, peer-reviewed journal articles, books, and other papers. Supervise and mentor junior research staff and students.

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Geologist

Job Code:  R_00021596

Purpose: Conduct office, field, and laboratory research tasks in the Near Surface Observatory at the BEG. The principal project assignment will be to interpret groundwater-quality surfaces from geophysical logs across Texas.

Functions: Interpret groundwater-quality surfaces (bases of fresh, slightly saline, and moderately saline water) and hydrostratigraphic boundaries across Texas from borehole geophysical logs using existing picks as a guide. Use GIS and other specialized software to organize and analyze water quality and hydrostratigraphic surfaces. Oversee geophysical log scanning. Assist researchers in field activities, including near-surface geophysical surveys, sediment sampling, geologic mapping, remote sensing surveys, and beach profiling. Write abstracts, present results to group and at conferences, and contribute to reports and publications as a first or contributing author.

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Geophysicist

Job Code: R_00021590

Purpose: Conduct field, office, and laboratory research tasks in the near-surface geophysics, GIS, and remote sensing fields under the direction of researchers in the Near Surface Observatory at The Bureau of Economic Geology.

Functions: Assist researchers in field activities, including near-surface geophysical surveys, sediment sampling, geologic mapping, remote sensing surveys, and beach profiling. Conduct GIS-based geologic mapping and analysis. Compile and analyze results of field and laboratory activities to produce GIS data sets, graphics, and tables. Write abstracts, present results to group and at conferences, and contribute to reports and publications as a first or contributing author.

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STARR Geospatial and Geoprocessing Analyst

Job Code: R_00021201

Purpose: The State of Texas Advanced Resource Recovery (STARR) program at the Bureau of Economic Geology University of Texas at Austin is seeking a geospatial/geoprocessing analyst to work on various projects focused on the energy and natural resource industries, and to provide and develop advanced geospatial processing tools that will enable future research.

Functions: Contribute in the developing and execution of a vigorous research program within the State of Texas. Participating in interdisciplinary research across the Bureau and UT Austin communities. Provide assistance in publishing in high-quality peer-reviewed journals. Participating in securing extramural funding when needed. Database queries from IHS and other data sources. Filtering data to make maps and charts. Developing new techniques to improve the quality of the database and map results. Integrated project meetings with team members.

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STARR Energy Data and Geographic Information Systems Analyst

Job Code: R_00021211

Purpose: The State of Texas Advanced Resource Recovery (STARR) program is looking for an Energy Data and GIS Analyst to provide Arc-GIS and data analytic support for an integrated team of geoscientists, engineers and economists by data extraction and analysis, as well as visualization. The visualization is in the form of shape files/feature classes of mapped attributes and compilation maps integrating several layers, mainly Geoscience but also including Reservoir Engineering and Economics attributes.

Functions: Creating and editing map and shape files; visualization of mapped attributes. Database queries from IHS and other data sources. Filtering data to make maps and charts. Developing new techniques to improve the quality of the database and map results. Integrated project meetings with team members.

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Geothermal Research Associate

Job Code: R_00013602

Purpose: Geothermal is a growing area and we need to get in front of the opportunity by starting a core of a geothermal group at the Bureau. The selectee will build a self-funding geothermal research program - as independent projects and interdisciplinary projects with other BEG and JSG groups such as Water and Fracture Research and Application Consortium. Carry-out current and coming geothermal projects - AFWERX & Mitchell.

Functions: Conduct and write-up research. Program/funding development. Present results at appropriate conferences. Provide service to professional societies, the Bureau of Economic Geology and the Jackson School of Geosciences. Serve on committees as needed.

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Seismologist

Job Code: R_00020926

Purpose: As part of a multi-disciplinary, integrated research team, the candidate will participate directly in efforts to provide support on and analyze earthquake data and maintenance/deployment of seismic stations.

Functions: Work on establishing earthquake locations. Field maintenance of existing seismological stations and installation of future stations. Provide results and present in our stakeholder groups and conferences.

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Environmental Economist - Research Associate

Job Code: R_00018559-1

Purpose: As part of multidisciplinary, integrated research teams across the Bureau of Economic Geology (BEG), the candidate will conduct research on environmental economics, focusing on the energy and natural resource industries, and developing new research areas that can contribute science-based standards to improve environmental and social criteria being considered by ESG practitioners.

Functions: Conduct research into estimating the monetary value of environmental emissions (e.g., GHGs, PM) to air, land and water, land use and conservation, biodiversity and ecosystem services, and how these estimates can be included in life cycle analyses (LCA) and cost-benefit analyses (CBA). Develop proposals and assist in fundraising activities. Present research results to stakeholders, public agencies, interest groups, and professional meetings. Publish research results in journal articles or books. Provide service to professional societies, the Bureau of Economic Geology, and the Jackson School of Geosciences. Serve on committees as needed. Supervise and mentor junior research staff and students.

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Postdoctoral Fellow Energy Economist

Job Code: R_00018527-1

Purpose: The Tight Oil Resource Assessment (TORA) project is looking for a full time researcher with experience in energy economics to enhance its production outlook methodology. The position requires working closely with TORA subsurface scientists and data analysts. The position requires combining solid fundamental knowledge of business economics and profitability. Ability and desire to communicate ongoing research with project sponsors is essential.

Functions: Energy economics. Intra-team interaction. Knowledge and technology transfer.

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Postdoctoral Fellow

Job Code: R_00017662

Purpose: Perform analysis of chemical interactions and simulate multi-phase porous flow modified by water injection. Analysis of the role of kinetics, catalysis, and temperature on gas-gas and gas-fluid reactions.

Functions: Conduct novel research on gas-gas and gas liquid equilibrium for modified in situ combination in oil reservoirs, in close collaboration with team members. Present research to IA members and other stakeholder at IA meetings and short courses. Publish in BEG Reports of Investigation; peer reviewed, international, journals; and informal reports. Develop high performance computing applied to simulations that form the basis for these studies.

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Postdoctoral Fellow

Job Code: R_00016282

Purpose: Analyis of Earthquake data and Industrial Operations to provide semi-empirical statistical models to identify existing correlations/associations and future trends to mitigate potential impacts on infrastructure. Model-inputs might include earthquake data, hydrogeological characteristics, oil and gas operations, stress-change models and ground deformation estimates (e.g. InSAR, GPS).

Functions: Provide novel research on semi-empirical statistical models linking human operations to the evolving seismicity rates in Texas and New Mexico. The goal is to be able to construct probabilistic forecasts of the spatio-temporal distribution of seismicity in response to energy-related human activities. Present in stakeholder meetings and conferences. Publish in peer reviewed journals. Contribute to collaborative research modeling stress changes in the subsurface due to fluid injection/extraction operations, to validate potential identification of causal factors. The results could be integrated in a regional time-dependent seismic hazard model estimating earthquake-induced ground-motions.

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Research Associate

Job Code: R_00016169

Purpose: The ideal candidate will have a working knowledge or some familiarity with prominent workflows in data science and machine learning, data ETL (Extraction, Transformation and Loading), various commercial and open source fluid flow simulation packages (included but not limited to CMG, Eclipse, etc) and be able to contribute to the codes/algorithm development (Python) in a group of Engineers, Data Scientists, Geologist.

Functions: Research and development in reservoir engineering and data science with focus on application to carbon capture, utilization and storage. Fund raising from state, federal and industry to carry out fundamental and applied research in relevant topics. Public outreach and communication of the results of the research including attending conferences and meetings.

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Research Scientist

Job Code: R_00013668

Purpose: Lead emerging research program in geothermal, subsurfacestorage, hydrogeology or environmental engineering.

Functions: Manage a research program, producing deliverables on time, keeping projects within budget, meeting project reporting and publication requirements, and ensuring that the project is appropriately resourced.Conduct technical research. Supervise the research team and additional direct reports as assigned. Interact with Industry, Government, and Academic stakeholders to seek input on research directions, define and execute relevant programmatic research, and secure funding and data to conduct research. Make presentations to professional groups, state agencies etc, and publish research results.

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Senior Research Scientist

Job Code: R_00013666

Purpose: Lead emerging research program in geothermal, subsurfacestorage, hydrogeology or environmental engineering.

Functions: Manage a research program, producing deliverables on time, keeping projects within budget, meeting project reporting and publication requirements, and ensuring that the project is appropriately resourced. Conduct technical research. Supervise the research team and additional direct reports as assigned.Interact with Industry, Government, and Academic stakeholders to seek input on research directions, define and execute relevant programmatic research, and secure funding and data to conduct research.Make presentations to professional groups, state agencies etc, and publish research results.

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Postdoctoral Fellow

Job Code: R_00018543

Purpose: Assess global water resources using remote sensing and global models.

Functions: Work with remote sensing data and analysis. Work with global models. Document and present results in regular meetings and professional society meetings. Develop proposals for Federal agencies such as NASA or USAID.

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Postdoctoral Fellow

Job Code: R_00018693

Purpose: Perform market research and data mining for techno-economic analysis for hydrogen. Perform data analysis and model building for value chain analysis. Perform NPV analysis model. Review existing literature and gather data and assumptions.

Function: Market research and data collection for demand, production, and transportation of the hydrogen sector. Review and summarize existing literature. Create data analysis and economic model. Present research to IA members and other stakeholder at IA meetings and shortcourses. Publish in BEG Reports of Investigation; peer reviewed, international, journals; and informal. Develop high performance computing applied to simulations that form the basis for these studies.

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Postdoctoral Fellow

Job Code: R_00019195

Purpose: The ideal candidate will have a working knowledge or some familiarity with prominent workflows in data science and machine learning, data ETL (Extraction, Transformation and Loading), various commercial and open source fluid flow simulation packages (included but not limited to CMG, Eclipse, etc), history matching, optimization and be able to contribute to the codes/algorithm development (Python) in a group of Engineers, Data Scientists, Geologist.

Function: Research and development in data science with focus on application to subsurface problems. Modeling including multiphase fluid flow simulation, History matching and optimization. Fund raising from state, federal and industry to carry out fundamental and applied research in relevant topics. Public outreach and communication of the results of the research including attending conferences and meetings.

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Postdoctoral Fellow

Job Code: R_00019246

Purpose: The ideal candidate will have a working knowledge or some familiarity with prominent workflows in data science and machine learning, data ETL (Extraction, Transformation and Loading), various commercial and open source fluid flow simulation packages (included but not limited to CMG, Eclipse, etc) and be able to contribute to the codes/algorithm development (Python) in a group of Engineers, Data Scientists, Geologist.

Function: Research and development in data science with focus on application to subsurface problems. Modeling including multiphase fluid flow simulation, History matching and optimization. Fund raising from state, federal and industry to carry out fundamental and applied research in relevant topics. Public outreach and communication of the results of the research including attending conferences and meetings.

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Petroleum Geochemist Postdoctoral Fellow

Job Code: R_00019541

Purpose: This position requires the candidate to design, assemble, and operate a geochemical test apparatus in a small scale to get ready and de-risk a future testing well that is going to be constructed at the Devine Test Site. Moreover, the candidate is required to develop computational reactive-transport models to reproduce the experimental and field observations of the fluid leakage through cement sheath. Candidate is expected to help with preparation of manuscripts and grants. Running field experiments is a component of this position and the candidate is expected to be available physically at the BEG and the field. Candidate is expected to work directly with vendors to procure equipment/materials and design lab/field experiments. Strong communication (written and oral) and teamwork are essential for this work.

Function: Design, assemble, and operate a laboratory-scale geochemical test apparatus to de-risk future field deployments. Analysis and modeling of the lab results to support this objective. Collaborate in the design and construction of an instrumented testing well at the Devine Test Site to scale up the laboratory apparatus to the field scale. Develop computational reactive transport models to characterize the formation and to explain possible complexities in the laboratory and field observations. Support the PI in writing grant proposals involving various AEC related concepts.

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Environmental Economist-Research Scientist

Job Code: R_00020500

Purpose: As part of multidisciplinary, integrated research teams across the Bureau, the candidate will conduct research on environmental economics, focusing on the energy and natural resource industries, and developing new research areas that can contribute science-based standards to improve environmental and social criteria being considered by ESG practitioners.

Function: Conduct research into estimating the monetary value of environmental emissions (e.g., GHGs, PM) to air, land and water, land use and conservation, biodiversity and ecosystem services, and how these estimates can be included in life cycle analyses (LCA) and cost-benefit analyses (CBA). Conduct research in other areas of environmental and natural resource economics, including impacts of potential policy changes. Develop proposals and assist in fundraising activities. Present research results to stakeholders, public agencies, interest groups, and professional meetings. Publish research results in journal articles or books. Provide service to professional societies, the Bureau of Economic Geology, and the Jackson School or Geosciences. Serve on committees as needed Supervise and mentor junior research staff and students.

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Energy Analyst and Data Scientist

Job Code: R_00020552

Purpose: As part of a multi-disciplinary, integrated research team, the candidate will develop and augment research avenues using data analytics and machine learning, to be applied to research directed towards: energy (oil, natural gas, hydrogen) supply, development and production, water and potentially CO2, linking oil and gas production to surface issues (land use, power, waste disposal, etc.)

Function: Conduct research quantifying aspects of the development of tight oil/shale gas unconventional resources, using skill sets in big data analytics, artificial intelligence/deep learning, statistical modeling tools, supported by various programming platforms including, but limited to Python and/or R. Quantify productivity of reservoirs. Collaborate within integrated subsurface team to determine the relationship between geologic and well completion practices and well productivity. Interaction with sponsors and prospective sponsors, collaborating with team members on program development, fund raising and grant applications. Document and present research in oral and poster formats to sponsors, in publications, and at regional and national meetings. Provide service to the Bureau, Jackson School of Geosciences and professional societies as needed.

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Postdoctoral Fellow Energy Researcher - Strawn/Cisco

Job Code: R_0020601

Purpose: The State of Texas Advanced Resource Recovery (STARR) project is looking for a postdoc capable to characterize the sedimentology, stratigraphy, paleoecology and geochemistry of the Strawn and Cisco groups in onshore Texas. The main objective is to develop new depositional models for mixed siliciclastic-carbonate systems and to refine the stratigraphic and chronostratigraphic correlation of onshore Strawn and Cisco groups to better assess energy resources within the State. The position requires performing multidisciplinary research and integration of sedimentological/stratigraphic, geochemical and biostratigraphic data, among other data types. The position requires proficiency in at least one G&G subdiscipline, experience describing both siliciclastic and carbonate systems using core and outcrop data and a proven record designing data acquisition campaigns and analyzing data both in the lab and in the field. Proven record of excellence working in multidisciplinary and collaborative environments is required, as well as commitment to contribute to both academic and applied knowledge leading to publications in international peer-reviewed journals. The postdoc will interact with Texas operators and other state level stakeholders.

Function: Characterization of the Strawn and Cisco groups in Texas for purposes of refining/defining depositional models for mixed siliciclastic-carbonate systems and to assess exploration potential for energy resources. Knowledge and technology transfer, as well as project administration.

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Postdoctoral Fellow Energy Researcher - Wilcox

Job Code: R_00020591

Purpose: The State of Texas Advanced Resource Recovery (STARR) project is looking for a postdoc capable to characterize the sedimentology, stratigraphy, paleoecology and geochemistry of the Wilcox Group in onshore Texas with the aim of integrating these observations using an earth-system modelling approach to 1) better understand thermal maximum events, their impact in past climate and usefulness as modern analogs and 2) refine the stratigraphic and chronostratigraphic correlation of onshore Wilcox intervals to better assess geothermal and CCS potential within the State. The position requires performing multidisciplinary research and integration of sedimentological/stratigraphic, geochemical and biostratigraphic data, among other data types. The position requires proficiency in at least one G&G subdiscipline, experience describing siliciclastic units both in core and outcrops and a proven record designing data acquisition campaigns and analyzing data both in the lab and in the field. Proven record of excellence working in multidisciplinary and collaborative environments is required, as well as commitment to contribute to both academic and applied knowledge leading to publications in international peer-reviewed journals. The postdoc will interact with Texas operators and other state level stakeholders.

Function: Characterization of the Wilcox Gp. in Texas for purposes of assessing its paleoclimatic significance, as well as its potential to develop geothermal and CCS resources within the State of Texas.
Knowledge and technology transfer as well as project administration.

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Petrophysicist Postdoctoral Fellow

Job Code: R_00020586

Purpose: Conduct research into the petrophysical and fluid distributions within the stratigraphic/structural framework of the Texas portion of the Permian Basin. Provide basic geologic information on potential improved oil recovery for reservoirs in the Permian Basin.

Function: Develop and conduct petrophysical studies of specific areas of the Permian Basin. Preparing wireline log- derived petrophysical interpretations of the Permian Basin, work with team to create workflow to combine petrophysics with 3D stratigraphy and structure based on 3D seismic to create integrated Geomodels). Perform original research on developing and implementing new integrative work-flows. Report results of research in journal articles, and present results at professional meetings. Prepare reports and presentations for State of Texas Advanced Resource Recovery (STARR) short courses.

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Administrative/Clerical Staff

 

Senior Administrative Associate

Job Code: R_00018509

Purpose: Purpose of this position is to provide support to the Bureau of Economic Geology's (BEG) research staff and the general public by managing the daily operations of the Houston Research Center (HRC) facility and viewing rooms, as well as managing other employees at the facility. The person hired will serve as primary point of contact for the HRC and will also manage the physical collection and electronic database for the physical collection at the HRC.

Functions: Respond to inquiries about physical core and cuttings collection at HRC. Scouting wells in storage racks, and setting up core viewing areas for patron visits and core. Coordinating meetings held in the two conference rooms available at HRC. Coordinating maintenance repair work and service contracts with outside vendors and contractors. Supply BEG Research Staff with departmental information, statistical reports and assist with storing and retrieving of field work materials. Give tours of facility and other public relations work for BEG and HRC. Perform work on large scale inventory project of all physical holdings at HRC which includes updating and managing BEG's electronic core and log database. Managerial functions of overseeing and directing full-time, part-time, and temporary staff.

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