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Engineer, Pipeline Integrity
Established in 1968, privately held Enterprise Products Company and its affiliates own significant equity interests in four publicly traded partnerships with a combined enterprise value of approximately $30 billion. The Enterprise family of partnerships comprises one of North America's largest midstream energy networks, providing a variety of services, including transportation, gathering, storage, processing, fractionation and terminaling, to producers and consumers of natural gas, natural gas liquids, crude oil, refined products, liquefied petroleum gases and petrochemicals.
We are currently seeking a Pipeline Integrity Engineer (Liquids). The Pipeline Integrity Engineer requires engineering experience including:
Leading pipeline integrity efforts and programs for assigned pipeline systems.
Implementing the written Integrity Management Programs; as well as the standards and procedures to support the IMP for all pipeline assets.
Identifying additional preventive and mitigative measures, determining the re-assessment interval and re-assessment methods through participation in Informational Analysis processes.
Providing Engineering support for Pipeline Integrity Projects including welding calculations, material selections, determination of required hydrostatic test pressures, MOP/MAOP calculations, calculation of set points for pumps, compressors and other pressure control devices to ensure MOP/MAOP is not exceeded, evaluation of defects and recommend appropriate repairs.
Evaluating Integrity Assessment Results to determine need for temporary pressure reductions and the need for repairs and repair method.
Initiating and tracking temporary pressure reductions associated with Pipeline Integrity Activities.
Providing input to new construction pipelines and due diligence to support Pipeline Integrity efforts.
Incorporating newly operated assets into the IMP.
Complete performance measure.
Providing input to annual budget.
Staying current with the pipeline regulations, industry standards, integrity assessment methods, repair methods, etc.
The successful candidate will meet the following qualifications:
Bachelor's degree in Engineering is required (preferably Mechanical, Chemical, or Metallurgy).
Minimum of 3 years experience in pipeline engineering or equivalent.
Experience in pipeline design, operations, and maintenance, a detailed understanding of pipeline defect evaluations and repair.
Technical knowledge and work experience in pipeline risk management and analysis.
Excellent communications skills and computer skills including use of Microsoft Word and Excel.
Working knowledge of the various Federal and State pipeline regulations including Integrity Management regulations.
Professional Engineering registration and NACE certification are desired.
Continuous interaction with other departments within the company; including Pipeline Operations, Pipeline Control, and Commercial.
Continuous interaction with vendors. Provide engineering guidance to vendors performing work on the assigned pipeline assets.
Enterprise Products Partners, L.P.
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