Entity:Production & Operations
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The Permian Water Engineer will support Upstream Operations through optimizing the water system to reduce water-related LOE and deferment. The role will work closely with Midstream and Development organizations to identify and tackle emerging issues, validate water production forecasts, and ensure water is moving efficiently from Upstream pads to both BPX and 3rd-party disposals.
Optimize upstream water export to minimize LOE and deferment
Track business performance using existing KPI’s and any additional metrics deemed necessary
Integrate with Midstream to tackle any emerging risks to flow assurance
Develop a process for validating water forecasts with the area production and reservoir engineers to support financial planning and infrastructure design
Streamline existing processes related to water accounting for internal and external parties
Identify opportunities to improve flexibility of BPX water infrastructure to support long-term goals of reduced opex and increased reliability
Work with liquids dispatchers, optimizers, and facility engineers to maximize pipeline utilization and minimize pump downtime through RFCA process
Bachelor of Science in Engineering Required
ESSENTIAL EXPERIENCE AND JOB REQUIREMENTS:
At least 5 years serving in a technical role in the Oil & Gas Industry
Preferred experience working with midstream water gathering systems or upstream facilities
Familiarity with production forecasting
Experience creating and managing a budget with many uncertainties and variables
Proficient computer skills (Microsoft Office, SAP, SCADA)
Strong written and verbal communications skills
Strong analytical and technical skills with attention to detail and process improvements
Ability to spend time in the field with the goal of understanding system deficiencies and working collaboratively with operators and field leaders to develop solutions
We offer a reward and wellbeing package to enable your work to fit with your life. These can include, but not limited to, access to health, vision and dental insurance, flexible working schedule, paid time off policy, discretionary annual bonus program, long-term incentive program, and a generous 401K matching program. How much do we pay (Base)? $$116,000 - $145,000
*Note that the pay range listed for this position is a good faith and reasonable estimate of the range of possible base compensation at the time of posting.
Up to 25% travel should be expected with this role
This role is not eligible for relocation
This position is a hybrid of office/remote working
Anomaly assessment and management, Defect Elimination, Equipment criticality assessment, Equipment maintenance and inspection strategies, FAT and commissioning, Fatigue Analysis, Fitness for Service, Flanged joint, Integrity Management, Mechanical seals and support systems, Monitoring and data interpretation, Piping, hoses and tubing, Piping vibration, Pressure systems regulatory requirements, Pressure Vessels, Selection and design of pipeline equipment, Stress analysis for integrity and leakage, Valves used for isolation, Wind Turbines
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