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Regulatory Analyst

Regulatory Analyst

  • Location United States - Texas - Houston
  • Travel required Yes - up to 10%
  • Job category Communications & External Affairs Group
  • Relocation available No
  • Job type Professionals
  • Job code 125544BR
  • Experience level Intermediate
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Job summary

The Regulatory Analyst, Low Carbon will primarily focus on identifying and implementing renewable fuel pathways that support the Refined Products (including Biogas) and Gas & Power commercial teams’ strategic growth agenda. The Analyst will be responsible for developing pathways for programs such as the EPA’s Renewable Fuel Standard and Low Carbon Fuel Standards in California, Oregon & Washington as well as monitoring for proposed new programs across Canada and the U.S. Example fuels include renewable diesel, renewable natural gas, renewable naphtha, ethanol, electric vehicles & hydrogen.

Key Accountabilities:

  • Collaborate with commercial managers from Refined Products & Biogas teams to understand global growth strategy, including feedstock fuels and project hoppers
  • Scope out potential pathways for feedstocks/products across federal and state programs (including EVs)
  • Coordinate pathway submissions to federal and state regulators, working with external consultants
  • Monitor and promptly identify all new and amended laws, rules and regulations affecting current and future pathways
  • Work in partnership with Communications & Advocacy peers to understand advocacy strategies and outreach plans to key external stakeholders and regulators at state and federal level
  • Engage Legal, Regulatory Reporting and other internal stakeholders to ensure consistency and alignment in regulatory applications and reporting accountabilities
Essential Education
  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience
  • Advanced degree or equivalent experience an asset
Essential Experience and Job Requirements
  • Minimum 5 years of directly relevant experience in oil & refined products, biofuels and/or low carbon marketing & trading businesses
  • Strong understanding (preferably through direct experience) of key federal and state credit programs (RFS, LCFS) and associated record keeping
  • Knowledge of import regulations, especially as it relates to renewable fuels
  • Ability to accommodate multiple projects with multiple stakeholders in given timelines
  • Strong communications skills, with ability to translate complex regulatory issues into understandable terms for a variety of audiences
  • Strong analytical skills, attention to detail and time/project management track record
  • A second language (such as Spanish) would be an asset, but is not required

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