The Regulatory Analyst will support the exploration and development of oil and gas assets by ensuring life-of-the-well regulatory compliance with state and local regulations. The Regulatory Analyst will be responsible for filing permits and regulatory reports, understanding and communicating regulatory requirements and coordinating compliance activities. The Regulatory Analyst will report to the Regulatory Lead and work in BPX’s Denver, CO office.
Essential EducationEssential Experience and Job Requirements
- Communicate regulatory requirements and practices to internal stakeholders to ensure compliance with agency rules and regulations.
- Prepare, submit, track, and manage regulatory and compliance filings such as drilling permits, completion and workover reports including APD, GAU, W-2/G-1, P-16, P-4, P-8, flaring exceptions, sundry notices, commingle applications, tax exemptions/rebates on qualifying wells, etc.
- Review conditions of approval, provide support and assistance to development and operations teams to ensure compliance.
- Organize, maintain and track permitting and compliance timelines and obligations.
- Maintain required records, complete data entry and provide electronic filing support.
- Maintain close communication with development and operations teams to ensure regulatory needs are addressed in a timely manner.
- Attend agency meetings as necessary.
- Working knowledge of Texas Railroad Commission rules and regulations.
- Eager personality with a strong sense of initiative, motivation, and drive.
- Skilled in working on tasks requiring meticulous attention to detail and high level of accuracy.
- Critical thinker, innovative and agile in a dynamic, fast-paced environment.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills which include the ability to speak, write and listen in a manner that clarifies issues, promotes closure and delivers information in a clear and concise manner.
- Proactive in planning ahead and problem solving.
- Successful working independently and as a team player with the ability to build and maintain effective relationships with regulatory agency staff and all levels of company office and field staff.
- Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite, primarily Excel and Word.
- Technical writing experience a plus.
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)? $86,520-$127,308
*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.
This vacancy has been posted internally in accordance with our Talent Acquisition Policy, which expects all employees to be in role for a minimum of 2 years before considering another position. If you have recently been placed in a new role as part of Reinvent, you will need to attach line manager approval to your application for any position.