Create and analyze gas and liquid balancing reports to identify measurement errors and take actions to mitigate measurement imbalances. Perform daily balancing functions for assigned assets, facilities and pipelines to ensure accurate reporting of volumes.
Review monthly reports from internal & 3rd party measurement services for malfunctions in metering and sampling equipment in order to identify anomalies or recurring issues which impact measurement accuracy.
Review laboratory analysis information from system facilities and samples to ensure consistency and accuracy of data.
Provide accurate and timely measurement data to stakeholders.
Identify measurement trends and evaluate their impact on the overall gain/loss.
Prepare explanations of gain/loss variances and trends.
Manage the liquids measurement process in Flowcal. Review, analyze, and authenticate volumetric data.
Serve as FlowCal Administrator for the liquids module, set up maintain, and update meter data as well as monitor any unresolved FlowCal issues.
Ensure measurement systems interface with business processes.
Work with Marketing personnel and Field Operations to answer questions and resolve issues affecting liquids measurement.
Work with engineering, operations measurement technicians, measurement analysts, business unit measurement team, and lab personnel to establish processes and standards for gas and liquids measurement.
Make site visits to operational facilities and meter station locations.
Bachelor's degree in Engineering strongly preferred; relevant experience may substitute education requirement.
Minimum 5 years of experience with gas and liquid measurement.
Minimum 2 years in a leadership or supervisory role.
Experience with the FlowCal or other industry measurement software programs.
Understanding of pipeline and system measurement modeling concepts.
Knowledge and experience in theory, operation, and troubleshooting components which make up the volumetric mass measurement metering systems.
Understanding of gas & liquids pipeline assets structure including flow data, meter data, pump stations, compressor stations, storage, lab analysis, and batch movements.
Demonstrated ability to handle multiple tasks and assignments simultaneously.
LEVEL OF MANAGEMENT OVERSIGHT AND CONTROL: Internal and External - Gas and Liquids Distribution groups, Measurement Analysts, Flow Cal Administrator, Gas & Liquids Accounting, Asset Analysis Team, USA Operations Business Unit Measurement.
WORKING CONDITIONS: Work environment is primarily in an office setting with light to moderate noise. Occasional trips to the field can be expected involving exposure to heat, cold, loud noises, heavy equipment, chemicals, fire risks, etc. Safety hazards include driving conditions, weather, high pressure gas and NGLs, working with and around chemicals and flammable products, lifting, climbing, moving equipment, high noise levels and eye irritants.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS: Work normally requires finger dexterity and eye-hand coordination to operate computer keyboard at moderate skill level. Work may require occasional pushing, pulling, or carrying 40-pound objects such as files, documents, and computer printouts. Work involves sitting most of the time, but may involve standing and walking for brief periods. Position requires driving SemGas vehicles in all weather conditions. Position requires wearing personal protection equipment.