Field Administrative Assistant (Former Employee) – Sabine Pass, TX – March 24, 2016
My typical day was a lot of Administrative/ Clerical work as well as payroll, processing invoices, greeting customers, assisting Management & employees at our facility as well as other locations.. I'm a reliable employee that can work with others as well as alone. Management traveled a lot and expected us to get our work completed without them standing over us. Since getting laid off, my co-workers have continued keeping in touch with me as friends. The hardest part of my job was being very cautious and careful when entering payroll. Although I had to be cautious and careful while being responsible for payroll, I definitely enjoyed the payroll responsibilities, taking care of administrative responsibilities and communicating with all the employees/managers.
Overall a good place to work.
Worked for a large company that made their employees feel secure about their jobs.
No opportunities for advancement due to being a small facility.
Fun place to work, got very close to engineers, sort of like brothers
Admin Assistant to Project Engineering Dept. (Former Employee) – Montana – March 23, 2016
Took care of weekly & monthly reports, timekeeping for engineering, filled out expense reports for engineers monthly, assisting the Quality Control/Inspection dept assemble welding procedures. Data entry for material req, into the Empac system.
Always food around
Some time seem everyone not carry load, but thats life
Manage all commercial aspects of a gas gathering and NGL processing facility: Negotiate gas gathering and NGL processing contracts; Manage customer relationships, gas, and NGL settlements; identify new gas supply sources, spearhead/sponsor capital growth projects; manage pipeline interconnects and well-ties. Coordinate commercial activity with field engineering, operations, gas control, gas scheduling, legal, and gas marketing stakeholders.
I was a contractor with Enterprise Products LLP, which only last for 6 months under the directions of the Director of Transportation. Within this short time-frame, I learned the Pipeline business relating to regulatory guidelines and processes.
Asst. Chief Inspector for 155 mile portion of the Front Range Pipeline, which is designed to provide takeaway capacity for growing production of natural gas liquids in the Denver-Julesburg Basin of northeast Colorado. Experience includes; Compressor, Power and PRS stations, Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) Plan for Battery Tanks installations and maintenance. Additional responsibilities consisted of pipe alignment, spacing, preheating, coating, right-of-way clearing and grubbing, lowering, in/tie-in crew including sandblasting, coating, clean-up crew, dig ups and caliper pig anomalies.
Crude oil Transport / buyer (Former Employee) – Watford City, ND – October 7, 2015
GREAT PEOPLE, ACTUALLY CARE ABOUT THEIR DRIVERS, CONSTANT EDUCATION, GREAT UPDATED EQUIPMENT This is a progressive company, technically sound and up dated to make you job safe...They are in your corner
Field Supervisor (Current Employee) – Casper, WY – September 17, 2015
Fast-paced progressive company. Challenging with not a lot of opportunity for advancement. Very engineer education oriented so there is not much opportunity to advance based on work experience. Good highly experienced people to work with to make an enjoyable work environment. Typical big company politics.