Regulatory Technician
Louis Dreyfus Highbridge Energy - Denver, CO

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CCI Paradox Upstream, LLC is looking to fill the position of Regulatory Specialist in the Denver, CO Office. Candidate is required to have a minimum of 5 years of experience working with Federal and State agencies to obtain Approved Permits to Drill. Candidate is required to have a working knowledge of Federal regulations and State of Utah and Colorado regulations. Position will involve coordinating third party archaeological, paleontological, biological, and hydrological specialists as well as CCI field staff as part of the permitting process. Candidate will be responsible for review and approval of third party invoices. Some travel to future well locations and to attend State and Federal regulatory meetings will be required.

Required Skills

Knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Google Earth are required for the position. Also required is a working knowledge of Federal and State websites, i.e. LR 2000, COGCC, UDOGM, BLM, ENBB, etc

College degree is not required if work experience demonstrates practical knowledge and ability to perform the position of a Regulatory Technician.

Candidate must possess a working knowledge and understanding of Federal, State of Colorado and State of Utah permitting regulations.

Job will require experience with cultural, biological, and hydrological concerns

Candidate will need to have a temperament that will endure the complexities of working with multiple Federal and State office personnel and the timelines set forth by those agencies versus the company drilling goals and schedules.

Candidate must be able to work closely with CCI’s technical team in developing understanding of projects requiring permitting. The Candidate should possess knowledge of leases, Units, bond requirements, plats, set back requirements, special spacing orders and wildlife stipulations to aid in technical discussions and project planning.

Travel to onsite meetings with the BLM and field personnel will be required. A candidate should exhibit good communication skills and ability to work through problems. The candidate will be expected to coordinate contract archaeologists, paleontologists, hydrologists and biologists to attain the needed applications for drilling permits.

Candidate should have an understanding of the Federal Gold Book and BLM Road Manual 9113 (BLM book for road standards). Also required will be an awareness of the new groundwater protections implemented by the COGCC.

  • Understanding of a full NEPA process and Army Corp of Engineering Nationwide permits 14 & 18 are desirable.
The Regulatory Technician will be considered a key asset to the CCI Asset Team and will be called upon to present summaries of permitting status and projections of completion to team members on a weekly basis. The Regulatory Technician will be required to update the “Paradox Team Ongoing Upstream Projects” status report which is discussed during the weekly meeting.

Required Experience