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EHS Supervisor Air Quality Jobs Oklahoma OK

EHS Supervisor Air Quality

Our Client, a large E&P organization has an immediate need for a talented individual for the position of EHS Supervisor.  This position is based at the corporate headquarters and will report to EHS Manager. Our client is one of the largest producers in the nation and the most active driller of new wells in the U.S.  Their strategy is focused on discovering, acquiring and developing conventional and unconventional reserves in the U.S.   This position will be responsible for assisting the Operations division in maintaining compliance with Federal, State and local air regulations and company polices.  This position requires an in-depth knowledge of Federal and State air permitting requirements  and  compliance for Exploration and Production Operations including 40 CFR Part 63  Subpart HH and ZZZZ. In addition, the EHS Supervisor – Air Programs should be familiar with proposed air quality regulations that could impact production operations. The Air Programs supervisor must possess the ability to communicate effectively with staff and field personnel as well as senior management.

Qualifications  In addition, responsibilities will include:

·         Supervise and direct work assignments of the permitting and compliance  Air staff

·         Consult with and advises EHS management on Air matters for Operations division

·         Represent the company in specific trade associations

·         Work closely with the Corporate Regulatory Group to ensure regulatory compliance

·         Responsible for identification of appropriate Air  training programs for Air Program staff and field personnel

·         Manage the process of emission inventory data acquisition and the submittal of emission inventories and GHG reporting.

·         Responsible for expansion of the permit and compliance tracking database.

·         Strong computer application skills (including Microsoft Office products: Word, Excel and Outlook) are a necessity as we as excellent interpersonal and communication skills, and the ability to interact with field personnel and senior company management.

A bachelor of science degree in Engineering is strongly preferred but may consider other physical or biological science degree with strong industry experience. A minimum of ten years in Environmental, Health and Safety supervisory experience in the  oil and natural gas (preferably with an exploration and production company/operator) is required.

Our client will offer the selected candidate and outstanding Total Compensation package including incentive and generous benefits. Apply today!

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Land Manager Jobs San Antonio Texas TX

LAND MANAGER

 

Beautiful Texas Hill Country Location

 

Our client, a leading Oil and Gas Company, is seeking to add an experienced Land Manager to their Management Team. 

 

In this key management role will be responsible for the following:

 

 

  • Negotiate, analyze, and draft land related contracts, including farmouts, participation agreements, exploration joint venture agreements and joint operating agreements.
  • Manage all land functions in support of multi-rig drilling program.
  • Oversee field landmen who are acquiring leases, rights-of-way and surface damage settlements and assist in negotiating leases, surface damage agreements and R-O-W agreements.
  • Coordinate all land related activity requiring state regulatory authority approval.
  • Coordinate communication between surface owners and field personnel in order to avoid, address and/or resolve issues related to ongoing drilling and daily production activities.
  • Assume responsibility for all pre-drill land activities, including well site acquisition, title curative matters, well proposals, poolings and support agreements.
  • Maintain an active presence in industry associations such as AAPL, IPAA, Etc.

 

Ideal Candidate will possess the following level of experience and skills requirements:  

  

·       PLM, Energy Management or related Bachelors degree required.

·       Minimum of ten years of industry experience as in-house, company Landman.

·       Must be able to manage all land activities associated with ongoing drilling programs in multiple project areas.

·       Should possess working knowledge and understanding of the rules and regulations of the Texas RailRoad Commission and the Oklahoma Corporation Commission.

·       Should be able to maintain focus and attention to detail in a fast-paced work environment.

·       Must have strong interpersonal skills for working closely with team members and with industry partners.

·       Will be self motivated, possess strong negotiating skills and capable of performing all job duties with minimal supervision.

·       Will be expected to identify and pursue value-add opportunities in existing prospect areas.

·       Candidate must be a team player with good communication skills.

 

 

The selected Candidate will be offered a truly exceptional Total Compensation Package including: 

 

  • Employer matched 401K
  • Incentive Bonus Plan
  • Free gym membership
  • Half day Fridays 
  • Excellent medical/dental program 

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EH&S Specialist Environmental & Regulatory Affairs Jobs Fort Worth Texas TX

EH&S Specialist Environmental & Regulatory Affairs

Our client a major Energy Corporation is seeking a talented individual for the position of EHS Specialist – Environmental & Regulatory Affairs – Unconventional Resource Plays. This Company is one of the largest producers of natural gas in the nation and the most active driller of new wells in the U.S.  Their strategy is focused on discovering, acquiring and developing conventional and unconventional natural gas reserves onshore in the U.S., primarily in the Barnett Shale of north-central Texas, the Haynesville Shale of East Texas and northwestern Louisiana, the Fayetteville Shale of central Arkansas and the Marcellus Shale of the northern Appalachian Basin.  

This position is based in Fort Worth, TX and will report to the EH&S Manager – Environmental Programs.

Excellent Total Compensation Package including full relocation will be offered to the selected candidate!

The EHS Specialist should have the ability to demonstrate full technical competence related to environmental and regulatory affairs associated with the exploration, production, drilling, gas processing, and oil and gas service industry, and the ability to recognize and appropriately address any environmental issue related to an assigned area of business.

In addition, the responsibilities and duties include:

  • Planning and conducting assignments; solving complex problems and generating opportunities to enhance environmental performance and ensure environmental compliance.
  • Representing the company at local industry and agency meetings and hearings.
  • Understanding environmental and regulatory requirements and planning assignments independently or with support of Corporate staff specialist
  • Acting as the project leader for certain assignments or as support staff for larger complex projects.
  • Formulating and promoting sound and cost effective recommendations which support business objectives.
  • Providing technical guidance to the company on complex environmental and regulatory issues.
  • Assisting and guiding the work of Corporate Development, Public Affairs, and Operations on local environmental and regulatory matters
  • Representing  the company in local industry trade associations, councils, and city and county/parish activities to promote the Company’s positions related to environmental and regulatory issues
  • Representing the company at local environmental and regulatory hearings and meetings
  • Supporting the implementation of applicable environmental and regulatory programs.
  • Supporting the investigation of environmental incidents.
  • May direct or manage EHS contractors or consultants.
  • Gathering and maintaining environmental data to compose reports and regulatory documents.
  • Participating in the EHS field review and training programs.
  • Travel to field locations.

Requirements: Must have knowledge and/or technical environmental expertise in area of responsibility Understand existing regulatory requirements and demonstrate ability to effectively communicate the existing and new requirements Excellent written and verbal communication skills Excellent interpersonal skills and leadership ability Bachelor of Science Degree in Science or Engineering or at least 10 years of experience in field operations – preferably in oil and gas industry.

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