Acoustical Logging Engineer Salary in Nevada, United States
The average pay for an Acoustical Logging Engineer is $69,729 a year and $34 an hour in Nevada, United States.
The average salary range for an Acoustical Logging Engineer is between $50,081 and $85,976.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Nevada, United States.
Average Salary Chart
Measures sonar, electrical, or radioactive characteristics of earth formations in oil- or gas-well boreholes to evaluate productivity of oil- or gas-bearing reservoirs, using sonic, electronic, or nuclear measuring instruments: signals hoisting engineer to lower instruments into well, observing oscillograph and meters on control panel to verify operating condition of instruments.
Turns dials on control panel to adjust instrument for specified recording and starts recording device when instruments reach bottom of borehole.
Prints copies of recorded graphs in truck darkroom developer (photofinishing).
Interprets graphs for customer to indicate identity, porosity, oil- or gas-bearing content, and productivity of geological formations.
Measures borehole diameters, direction of borehole, and inclination of geological strata, using microcalipers, directional indicators (clinometers), and dipmeters.
May be designated according to measuring instruments used as acoustical logging engineer; nuclear logging engineer.
Estimated salary in 2023:
5 Year Change:
Education data not available for this job
Skills data not available for this job
Acoustical Logging Engineer Job Listings for Nevada, United States