This position is responsible for the detailed engineering design and overall project management of upstream facilities projects in the Appalachian basin. Role is responsible for overall infrastructure management of assigned area and for interfacing with reservoir, planning, drilling, completions, water resources, production, supply chain, accounting, land, legal, regulatory, marketing, environmental, and safety teammates. Ideal candidate will be knowledgeable in operations and design of gas plants, production facilities, and pipelines. Position will be located in EOG's Oklahoma City office. Periodic travel to field locations in Ohio will be required.
Serve as a safety leader within the division organization. Function as infrastructure manager for assigned area. Develop and maintain hydraulic models for gas, oil, and produced water systems. Manage detailed pipeline design, along with interfacing with land and regulatory teams to acquire ROW and permits. Manage the design, installation, expansion, and commissioning of central production facilities. Serve as project manager for oil, gas, and produced water pipeline projects. Create process simulation models for production facilities. Lead development of equipment specifications. Forecast equipment, valves, fittings, and pipe needs. Work in conjunction with supply chain management team to meet procurement requirements. Provide facilities engineering and maintenance support for production operations. Develop AFE's for area projects and oversee cost tracking and forecasting efforts. Promote process optimization, cost reduction, and emission reduction initiatives. Participate in mechanical integrity program.