Develops designs and specifications for piping and associated equipment required to connect new wells to the Enogex gathering system. Responsible for estimating project costs and creating material requisitions. Provides technical design guidance to construction managers as needed during the construction phase of each project. Performs analysis and provides progress reports on the status of assigned projects. Also responsible for coordinating assigned projects across multiple functional groups.
Pipeline design experience highly preferred. Knowledge of corrosion control methods, in-service welding techniques, Horizontal directional drilling, and measurement a plus.
Strong project management skills required. Ability to successfully manage multiple fast paced projects, focusing on schedule, scope and cost.
Supports company safety initiatives by following EHS and Operating procedures while adhering to industry codes, regulations and design standards (CFR Part 192, ASME B31.8, API standards, etc…).
Coordinates project priorities by considering the needs of multiple internal stakeholders and integrating those needs into project design. (Inclusive of Sales, Field Ops, ROW, EHS, Measurement, etc.).
Assists in reviewing (offering critiques) and proposing changes to enhance existing well connect processes and standards.
Supports in the development of less experienced engineers by providing guidance and on-the-job support.
Consults Field Operations staff and Construction representatives to gather field data in support of engineering design efforts.
Prepares engineering analysis for small and medium/routine pipeline projects to include: preliminary estimates, design calculations, support in route selections, life cycle cost, flow meter and equipment selection.
Ensures well connect construction documentation and manifest process has been completed in accordance with AFE scope and standards.
Identifies potential cost overruns and revises AFEs accordingly. Provides technical support in the resolution of project construction and/or operational issues.
May require travel (75% office environment and 25% field).
May be required to work non-standard hours; schedules could include on-call and call-outs.
May be exposed to extreme conditions and inclement weather.
Bachelor's Degree in Engineering.
Five (5) years engineering experience.
Valid State Driver's license.
Oil & Gas Industry, midstream, or transferrable engineering experience preferred.
PE or PMP credential a plus.
Interpersonal skills a strong plus.
Ability to evaluate and recommend new ideas and enhancements to existing processes, standards, policies and guidelines a plus.
Proficiency using engineering design tools, spreadsheets and software (such as Pipeline Toolbox, SynerGEE, etc...) preferred.
Experience with steel (and plastic) pipeline construction a plus.
Ability to prepare detailed sketches illustrating tie-in and basic fabrication details are a plus.
Familiar with welding processes, and with local, state, and federal (oil and gas) industry codes and regulations (CFR 192, B31.8, etc…).
Team Player. Interpersonal skills with the ability to interface with diverse personalities highly valued.
Strong project leadership skills. Ability to work within stringent deadlines and manage multiple projects with shifting priorities.
Able to work independently of direct supervision and provide guidance and support to others.
Strong working knowledge of MS Office and experience with SAP a plus.
Familiarity with pumps and crude oil gathering fundamentals a plus.
OGE Energy Corp. - 2 years ago