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Geologist
Job Description: Explore the nature and structure of rock layers by analyzing well logs, porosity or core studies, etc. to piece together a whole picture of the subsurface in order to determine the best places to drill for oil and natural gas. May work on entirely new prospects (exploration) or established plays (development).
Typical Education: Bachelor's Degree in Geology; Master's Degree Preferred in Geology
Typical Locations Offered: Office
Typical Job Family: Geosciences

Geophysicist
Job Description: Evaluates geophysical data (seismic, gravity, magnetic, etc.) in order to identify exploration prospects or assist with development of existing plays.
Typical Education: Bachelor's Degree; Master's Degree preferred
Typical Locations Offered: Office
Typical Job Family: Geosciences

Geoscientist
Job Description: Provides both geologic and geophysical services.
Typical Education: Bachelor's Degree
Typical Locations Offered: Office
Typical Job Family: Geosciences

Petrophysicist
Job Description: Analyzes data regarding rock properties (well logs, core studies, drilling samples, etc.) to determine porosity, permeability, water saturation, etc.
Typical Education: Bachelor's Degree
Typical Locations Offered: Office
Typical Job Family: Geosciences


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