Chesapeake Energy

Job Summary

This intermediate-level position is responsible for implementing and monitoring chemical programs and integrity projects on assets including, but not limited to pipelines, wells, production facilities and processing plants. Conducts all scheduled and necessary fluid sampling and analysis that is required by the chemical program and makes recommendations for optimized chemical treatment and corrosion control.  Maintains records related to corrosion mitigation and monitoring activities, failure tracking, chemical usage, cost tracking and project status. Serves as on-site coordinator for management of chemical programs, corrosion control and integrity management projects for new construction and maintenance of existing assets. Works with a Senior Chemical Optimization Advisor to ensure that the Chemical Program is optimized in terms of production volumes, risk and cost.

 

 

Job Duties & Responsibilities

  • Manage and execute the water sampling program for all wells in the Appalachia North field
  • Scheduling and coordinating sampling with Production Foremen and Operators
  • Collecting Water Samples from all producing wells on a yearly basis at a minimum, and more frequently as required on a well by well basis
  • Conducting field based testing of each water sample
  • Perform bacteria serial dilutions
  • Data management and reporting per the corporate Chemical Management Charter
  • Evaluate analysis results and work with Chemical Optimization Advisors and Chemical Vendors to make recommendations for wells that require a chemical treatment
  • Implement and monitor internal scale and corrosion coupons across a sample set of treated and untreated wells
  • Monitor wells on chemical treatment
  • Chemical inventory levels (monthly)
  • Chemical residuals
  • Water sampling results
  • Work with Chemical Optimization Advisor to coordinate and lead monthly and quarterly chemical reviews with 3rd Party Chemical Providers
  • Obtain CP1 and CIP1 NACE Certifications within 18 months if not already obtained
  • Once earned, execute necessary Corrosion Control Tasks on surface facilities and minimal legacy pipeline assets
  • Surface equipment and pipeline corrosion data management in PCS Software using Allegro Field Data Collection Tools
  • Participate in all necessary field operations, construction, maintenance and planning meetings
  • Establish an effective mentoring relationship with Chemical Optimization Advisors and Corrosion Advisor

 

Job Specific Skills

  • Proficient competency in collecting water samples, conducting field tests and knowledge of laboratory analytical tests
  • Basic understanding and proficiency in recommending and selecting appropriate treatments based on data collected and test results
  • Proficient at using Microsoft Office solutions (Outlook and Excel at a minimum)
  • Ability to possess a valid driver’s license.
  • (Preferred) Knowledge of the various Federal and State pipeline regulations including corrosion control and industry standards
  • (Preferred) Knowledge and practical working experience in pipeline corrosion prevention methods

 

Education

  • Minimum: High school diploma or GED
  • Preferred: Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited University
  • Preferred: NACE CP 2 or Corrosion Technologist Certification
  • Preferred: NACE CIP1 Certification

 

Experience

  • Minimum: 5 – 8 years of related work experience.

To apply for this job email your details to brooke.towle@chk.com