Infrastructure Engineer - Brassey - Mastel Associates - Calgary, AB - Canada


ConocoPhillips Canada (CPC) is one of the largest in the country's oil and natural gas production and exploration companies. Based in Calgary, Alberta, our client is one of the three major natural gas producers with a portfolio of world class assets in western Canada, the Arctic, Atlantic Canada and the interests of oil sand near Fort McMurray, Alberta. It is the largest tenant in the Athabasca oil sands. With approximately one million net acres in farms, the CPC is well positioned to become a leader in the production site.


Within the Deep Basin (north) Engineer Infrastructure Team Leader will be responsible for the region of Christmas / Brassey. This role focuses on monitoring the implementation of the budget for production volumes, operating efficiencies, operating costs and capital expenditures. This role will focus on the activities of production base and will require management of the life cycle of infrastructure-wide. It also contains proposals for new surface facilities to serve new and existing wells and means of dealing with regulatory issues, and negotiating partners.
- Monitor the implementation of the budget for the production volume, operational efficiency, operating expenses and capital expenditures
- Prepare economic evaluations for working capital and the cost of production projects
- To ensure compliance with the terms of the agreements of common property, and for about the cost of collection and processing
- Assist in the successful implementation of the development team assets through regular interaction with the assets of the team and support groups (Boring, prefabricated production accounting, project land surface, etc.. ) Work with asset teams to implement a new tie and effective strategy in
- Manage the total life cycle of infrastructure
- Provide technical support infrastructure, design and engineering and mentoring to staff operating
- Ensure that all regulatory, compliance, environmental and safety are met
- Monitor LOE nonsurgical
- Manage the implementation of the HAZOP
The individual
- Engineer with a Bachelor of Science in Engineering and a minimum of four years of experience in the gas industry in western Canada
- Production and optimization of oil and gas properties of experience
- Ability to:
- Travel for about 15% annually within the operating personnel in the commodity to visit and attend meetings
- Maintain a good working relationship with team members and operations staff
- Work well within a multidisciplinary team in the office and field
- Strong:
Communication skills -
- Commitment to safety and promote safe work practices
- Right to work in Canada on a regular full-time without restrictions

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