Pipeline Integrity Engineer I
- Create risk based methodologies for evaluating inspection intervals, fitness for service, etc.
- Defines and implements process/equipment modifications.
- Develop, implement and execute Pipeline Direct Assessment Programs in accordance with DOT 192 and 195 requirements, NACE standards and recent industry recommended practices.
- Initiate, evaluate and assess new Non-Destructive Testing (NDT), such as Long Range Guide Wave Technique (LRGWT) including C-Scan, Guide Wave technologies, to assess during the IMP program.
- Act as a technical consultant to clients while advising integrity management program (IMP) process improvement.
- Prepare IMP technical proposals and technical presentations.
- Identify most significant threats in High Consequence Areas (HCA) and provide preventive and mitigative measures suggestions to reduce risk
- Support pipeline clients in ILI tool runs and new pipeline construction.
- Design, build, and implement Pipeline Integrity Management risk models using 49 CFR 192 and 195, API 1160 and ASME B31/B31.8S for pipeline systems.
- Analyze liquid volume release and associated emergency flow restriction devices to reduce HCA impact using risk software and GIS tools.
- Calculate the risk from pipeline threats for High Consequence Areas and build anomaly management programs to track pipe wall metal anomalies.
- Evaluate pipe MAOP, Hoop Strength, and other factors for remaining pipe life.
- Advise clients on the best Pipeline Integrity Management Programs for their gas and liquid Pipelines.
- Create and revise client O&M procedures.
- Bachelor degree in Engineering (Civil, Chemical, Mechanical, or Materials/Metallurgy)
- Excellent interpersonal skills a must
- Internship/Co-op experience (any industry) is a plus
- Ability to work as part of a team
- Strong written and verbal communication
- Legal authorization to work in the USA on a full-time basis
- Relocation to Denver, CO
- Ability to travel 25%