The Bergaila Companies

Automation Engineer - Midstream Facilities

Posted Date 3 days ago(5/16/2024 12:28 PM)
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Location : City
The Woodlands
Location : State/Province


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Opportunity Snapshot:

  • Compensation: $85-90.00/hour
  • Location: The Woodlands, TX
  • Work Schedule: 9/80, hybrid schedule
  • Assignment Duration: 6 months+
  • Benefits: Comprehensive insurance, 401(K) program, PTO and holidays


  • Support engineering in the design/construction/commissioning of midstream facilities
  • Participation in technical reviews and provide technical support to other company departments
  • Support developing corporate standards surrounding control system design, including but not limited to hardware, panel design, software, and HMI layout
  • Support developing corporate standards and practices associated with the instrumentation for the purpose of controls and monitoring midstream facilities
  • Manage 3rd party contractors in the implementation of project execution associated with I&E and control systems; review of 3rd party contractor engineering packages
  • Responsible for receiving, testing, analyzing, recording, and reporting testing results to appropriate Automation/Measurement/Operations Teams
  • Effectively communicating with third party vendors and maintaining a good rapport with vendors
  • Support operations in upgrades and modification to existing facilities


  • Minimum of 5 years’ experience in the design, implementation, and optimization of control systems within midstream, (gas, oil, and water), processing facilities
  • Experience in the commissioning/startup of midstream facilities
  • Experience in determining and performing RTU/EFM, controller, and instrumentation tests needed for analysis and reporting to engineering & operations
  • Must have high level of knowledge of natural gas processing and process control
  • Strong working knowledge of NEC code, API RP 500, applicable regulations surrounding electrical power and instrumentation systems in the Oil & Gas industry
  • High level of expertise in industry standard control systems, specifically PLC and DCS controllers and software instructions. Experience with Allen Bradley (SLC, CLX) PLCs & Emerson Delta V DCS highly desirable
  • Working experience with HMI software including but not limited to Cygnet, Ignition, Wonderware, and RS View/FactoryTalk View
  • Experience with implementing control strategies commonly utilized in gas treating/compression facilities, including PID control loops, motor controls, alarm management and advanced controls
  • Project management experience preferable including managing 3rd party contractors
  • Working experience with instrumentation and control end devices, including but not limited to flow meters, analyzers, level transmitters, pressure transmitters, temperature transmitters, etc
  • Working experience with Allen Bradley, ABB Totalflow, Emerson ROC 800, and other RTU/EFM’s


The Bergaila Way:

The Bergaila Companies is a nationally recognized leader in providing staffing services to all sectors of the energy industry. We continually focus on partnering with talented professionals, engineering the perfect fit between our clients and employees. Choosing a career path with Bergaila grants you immediate access to nationally recognized organizations we partner with. Bergaila consistently attracts and retains its Employees with our dedicated internal service team, top tier benefits programs for contractors and their families, and commitment to place you in the desired career of your choice.


Client Overview:

Our company is a leading full-service logistics company operating primarily in the western and mid-continent regions of the United States. The company owns and operates a network of crude oil, refined products and natural gas pipelines as well as crude oil and refined product trucks, marine and storage terminals. It was founded in 2011 and is headquartered in San Antonio, Texas.


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