Tesoro Logistics LP, headquartered in San Antonio, Texas, is a fee-based, growth-oriented Delaware limited partnership formed by Tesoro Corporation to own, operate, develop and acquire crude oil and refined products logistics assets. Our logistics assets are integral to the success of Tesoro Corporation's refining and marketing operations and are used to gather, transport and store crude oil and to distribute, transport and store refined products.
Our strength lies in our investment in our employees and in their future. We measure success not only by the products we bring to our customers, or the financial results we deliver to our shareholders, but by our commitment to providing a work environment that attracts, retains and motivates talented individuals.
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The Manager, Right-of-way & Land manages all aspects of pipeline and terminal Right-of-Way and property lease agreements. Coordinates all aspects of property agreements including right-of-way payments to landowners, damage settlements, eminent domain support, condemnation, Right-of-Way acquisition for new projects, coordination of drafting for as-built alignment or permitting, route selection, and Right-of-Way compliance issues.
Manages Right-of-Way agreements related pipeline and terminal assets. Works closely with the staff, field operations, contractor representatives, landowners, and regulatory agencies utilizing safe and cost effective measures in the overall management of pipeline Right-of-Way and products terminals throughout the U.S.
Manages all private or public acquisition of Right-of-Way easements, route development, due diligence, condemnation, and construction survey support for all new or rerouted pipeline construction. Generates monthly progress reports outlining cost timing, and overall project status, related to this area of the project. Oversees all third party Right-of-Way contract agents and contractors assigned to new or existing pipeline permitting, new construction, or damage settlement.
Develops standard tools and processes to create an efficient, centralized Right-of-Way data capture. Develops a Right-of-Way plan and procedure manual.
Collaborates with local operations personnel and the pipeline control center in determining station power demand requirements and effectively negotiates term contracts with the local power companies.
Education & Experience:
Minimum Bachelor's Degree in related field required.
Minimum of 10 years professional and management experience in Right-of-Way and land acquisition with major oil and gas or transmission company.
Experience with pipeline operations and product terminals, DOT regulatory requirements, environmental permitting preferred.
Experience coordinating the activities of multiple work groups. Ability to lead and manage teams, delegate projects as appropriate.
United States-Texas-San Antonio