• Facilities Engineer

    Job ID
    2018-1260
  • Overview

    EGC is an independent oil and natural gas exploration and production company whose growth strategy emphasizes acquisitions, enhanced by its value-added organic drilling program.  The company's properties are located in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico waters and the Gulf Coast onshore.  We are currently looking to fill the position of a Facilities Engineer in Houston, Texas.

     

    The Facilities Engineer will manage the engineering and construction of projects on new and existing oil and gas facilities.

    Responsibilities

    • Deliver top quartile HSE performance in all projects
    • Manage engineering, scheduling, project costs, fabrication, procurement and offshore installation of various projects from new installations to maintenance repairs.
    • Coordinate with cross-functional team to develop fit-for-purpose facilities solutions for greenfield, brownfield, and upgrade/repair projects
    • Develop and implement recovery actions for schedule delays and/or cost overruns to meet agreed targets
    • Develop pre-commissioning and start-up procedures.
    • Manage 14-C walk-downs and engineering reviews.
    • Develop BSEE permit packages for compliance, structural, process and pipelines.
    • Manage Topside and Underwater inspections.
    • Manage annual Erosion / Corrosion Mitigation Program.

    Qualifications

    • 5-10 years industry experience.
    • Bachelor’s degree in Engineering required.
    • Experience in the Offshore GOM Oil & Gas market.
    • Experience in designing, building, operating, and maintenance of production/process equipment.
    • Experience with Offshore GOM Regulatory requirements.
    • Must be able to travel by airplane, helicopter, or car to domestic locations, and occasionally by helicopter and/or boat to offshore platforms, barges or drilling rigs.
    • Must be available for occasional trips to Louisiana and offshore GOM.

     

     

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