Midland, TX Posted: 7/23/2019
Responsible for serving as an air quality Subject Matter Expert (SME) by developing, implementing and supervising air quality programs related to air emissions control and air permitting. Emphasis on air quality permitting and training. Promote environmental awareness at all levels of management and field operations. Oversee the preparation of all required air permit applications including New Sources Review (NSR), Title V and multi-state air permits for complex oil and gas facilities and associated operations, including gas plants, common delivery points and crude bulk terminals. Assist with state and federal (NSPS, NESHAP, MACT) regulatory compliance evaluations. Candidate will be adept at emission calculations, data analysis, evaluation of control technologies and associated regulatory analyses. The successful candidate will possess a strong background in operational compliance, including understanding of air emission sources and air pollution control technologies. Advise production operations and facility engineers regarding air permitting requirements and obligations, emission control options, facility design and compliance documentation. Support the division by reviewing the air quality compliance of facilities (including conducting air permit reviews), and by compiling information and preparing documentation for submittal to regulatory agencies as necessary. Prepare and present updates to management and operations. Manage multiple ongoing projects, including supervising and mentoring junior air staff. Monitor federal, state and local air regulations for potential impacts to division operations while keeping up to date on new air quality regulations, greenhouse gas emissions and emerging ESG objectives. Conduct training for division personnel. Participate in the development of an S&E management system. Attend industry trade group meetings and participate in industry regulatory efforts. Position requires travel, including travel to field offices and facility sites (25% field work and 25% travel).
Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Chemistry, Biology, Environmental Science, Geology or related technical discipline, or comparable experience required. 7+ years of oil and gas related environmental experience. Strong technical knowledge and sound judgment. Broad knowledge of federal and state air quality laws and regulations, and experience with agency personnel, particularly TCEQ, NMED and EPA. Excellent analytical and communication (oral and written) skills. Ability to work effectively with others at all levels. Ability to work with minimal supervision. Ability to work within a team and interdisciplinary setting. Ability to train and mentor less experienced environmental professionals.
Position will be filled at a level commensurate with experience.
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