We are currently seeking a LDAR Specialist for a direct position with a leading midstream services firm in Odessa, TX. Our client owns, operates, acquires and develops midstream energy assets.
The LDAR Specialist will assist operations in achieving clients goals with respect to environmental compliance in our operations by specializing in Federal and State air quality regulations such as permitting, regulatory applicability, air compliance reporting, and GHG reporting. This person will communicate with Environmental Specialists, Maintenance Supervisors, and Scheduler/Planners to ensure that leak/ leak repair information is recorded in systems database to maintain compliance with NSPS OOOOa.
Responsibilities and essential duties include:
- Perform OGI surveys/resurveys on leaks in various location sites
- Record survey data in management system
- Conduct necessary OGI surveys on a quarterly basis
- Maintain the Area Monitoring Plan with observation paths as compressor stations change and are added
- Calibrate equipment as needed such as weather conditions
- Support in monitoring NRSP OOOOa LDAR Program
- Communicate with Maintenance Groups regarding leak repair status ,leak repair methods
- Follow approval process for inputting leaks in the DOR list
- The LDAR Specialist must have knowledge in Federal and State air quality regulations that affect all oil and gas operations, such as permitting, regulatory applicability, and overall air compliance support
- Regular and reliable attendance is required
- Minimum High School Diploma or Equivalent or BS degree from a 4-year accredited University (preferred)
- 5 years of direct air permitting experience (preferred)
- Maintain a valid driver’s license to include a safe driving record satisfactory to the company
- Previous LDAR experience
- Minimum direct experience in the oil and gas, petrochemical, or refining industries
- Must be able to travel and view job sites in the field
- Ability to work in changing climate conditions
- Must be able to climb in pipe racks, multiple flights of stairs, and tall ladders to monitor components.