QRI is a value-creation agency for the upstream sector of the oil & gas industry. The value created is in the form of higher hydrocarbon recoveries, greater production performance, improved efficacies of capital programs, and the delivery of superior environmental policies (such as environmentally friendly green practices). Our Clients typically include IOCs, NOCs, and Investment Firms from across the globe.
Strategic partnerships are also at the core of our business. We partner with universities (research), oil & gas investment funds (investment validation), and multi-party negotiations (arbitration). These partnerships are often long-term in nature and are designed to be mutually beneficial.
Our Top Talent and Intellectual Property differentiate us from other more traditional upstream consulting agencies.
The following Principles guide all our client relationships:
QRI is a value creation company. We do our very best to protect the environment in the conduct of all our business activities.
Our vision is to be the world’s leader in enhancing the value of oil and gas resource assets through responsible reservoir management.
These ethical standards guide our thinking and practices in our quest to provide more energy to the world.
We will make every effort – technical, intellectual, social – to protect the environment for both current and future generations. This includes water resources, soil, wildlife, and the air we breathe.
It took millions of years to generate earth’s hydrocarbon resources. We vigorously embrace our professional responsibility as its stewards. We are committed to the responsible and most efficient recovery of the planet’s hydrocarbon resources.
Health and Safety
In all our business activities we will do our utmost to protect the health and safety of our workforce and the public we serve. We will anticipate and mitigate any threats to the fullest extent of best practices and technologies.
QRI is Hiring
As a niche-technology company, driven by the desire to set new standards of excellence in the upstream industry, QRI offers opportunities for qualified people who want to grow in our leading edge organization. QRI’s mission is to create value through best in class reservoir management. Earth Scientists, drilling & completions engineers and reservoirs can make their careers at QRI in field development designs, reservoir assessments and investment guidance. Being part of the industry’s A-Team will be fun and rewarding. We are all about quantum change.
There are important qualities that we believe are common across all divisions of our organization. For instance, our core competencies include the determination to succeed, leadership, teamwork, interpersonal and communications skills, analytic thinking, a willingness to learn, common sense, and enthusiasm.
We are also looking for people that have balance in their lives and know how to juggle commitments. We are interested in hearing about any part of your professional or personal experiences that you think may be relevant to the position to which you are applying.
First round interviews for experienced professionals take place via telephone or at corporate headquarters in Houston. If you are invited back for second and subsequent rounds of interviews, you will meet with different Principals from the organization before a final hiring decision is made. During the interview process, we will look for you to demonstrate significant expertise and depth of experience in your particular professional area.
In addition, we will pay close attention to assessing your compatibility with the organization's culture.
I worked at Quantum Reservoir Impact full-time (More than 5 years)
Great Company to work for. Great benefits, financial & fringe. Work life-balance and professionalism worthy of a mention. The company really cares and takes great care of its people.
Upword mobility is a struggle, but to be expected from a smaller organization.
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I applied through college or university. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Quantum Reservoir Impact (Austin, TX) in October 2016.
I was given ten minutes to code in Matlab, which I did not finish. There're also some questions about my research experiences. Overall, the technical part was definitely challenging. But the interviewer seemed nice and made me feel comfortable even though I didn't think I did well.
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