The Measurement Analyst is responsible for measurement reporting functions including the review, evaluation, and revision of measurement data, system balancing, and allocations. Resolve discrepancies in volume measurement data. Prepare measurement reports for internal and external reporting requirements. This position will have responsibilities directly related to gas pipeline, plant balancing, meter number set up and management, and L&U management.
• Develops solutions to complex and unusual problems that require considerable ingenuity and innovation to make substantial modification to policies and standards related to.
• Ensure the integrity of the measurement and volumes by analyzing data and recommending procedural and/or system changes to correct issues.
• Tracks and analyzes data on plants and pipelines.
• Tracks and analyzes chromatograph data.
• Applies AGA /API gas measurement standards and specifications.
• Assists with validating liquid measurement and reviewing balances, with support as needed.
• Plays an active role in the growth and further development of measurement processes and policies.
• Investigates losses or gains in balances of plants and pipelines and work with operations and measurement to resolve.
• Works with 3rd party companies to set up electronic data exchange for measurement data.
• Completes and/or assists with new meter setup in the measurement system.
• Provides queries and reports for special data requests. This may include SQL, Access, and/or Crystal Reports.
• Works with Measurement, Operations, Engineering, Accounting, IT, and any other necessary business unit to resolve measurement issues.
• Maintains a regular dependable attendance and high level of performance.
• Performs and assists with implementation of a new measurement system which will include, but is not limited to, system testing, data scrubbing, implementation, maintenance, and upkeep.
• Attends safety meetings and trainings as requested or required.
• Performs other job-related duties as assigned.
• High school diploma or equivalent is required.
• Must have 3 years gas midstream experience and working knowledge of natural gas gathering and processing operations, including experience with PGas or Flowcal and reviewing and analyzing chromatograph data.
• Knowledge and proficiency with EFM.
• Must have strong knowledge of gas measurement fundamentals including policies, standards, and procedures.
• Experience troubleshooting problems with data imbalances or other inconsistencies in data.
• Computer experience, with experience in MS Word, Excel, Outlook, is required.
• Must have strong mathematical including rate ratio and percentages and analytical skills to analyze issues, define problems, collect data and draw well-reasoned conclusions in a timely manner.
• Strong computer skills.
• Must learn and adapt quickly while still maintaining a high level of detail. Ability to organize, prioritize, and complete multiple tasks and projects in a timely manner.
• Ability to communicate clearly and accurately both orally and in written format including preparation of reports and presentations. Establish and maintain effective working relationships with management, staff, customers, and the general public.
• Must have valid driver’s license for state of residency and be insurable under SemGroup’s vehicle insurance policy.
Working Conditions: Work environment is outside in all weather conditions and indoors in high noise, high temperature areas, and in control room conditions. Safety hazards include driving conditions, weather, high pressure gas and NGLs, working with and around chemicals and flammable products, lifting, climbing, moving equipment, high noise levels and eye irritants.
Physical Demands: Lifting a maximum of 40 pounds may be required. Position requires driving SemGas vehicles in all weather conditions. Position requires wearing personal protection equipment.
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