The Bergaila Companies

Chemical Technician

Posted Date 5 days ago(8/4/2022 5:03 PM)
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We are currently seeking a Chemical Technician with experience for a position in the Jal, NM area.




The successful candidate for this position will be responsible for managing chemical suppliers and targeting problems/projects that will add value by reducing failures, increasing oil production, reducing OPEX, or improving facilities.

Roles and Responsibilities:

- Analyze the well flows and composition

- Decide what types of chemicals are needed to handle the polymers and increase flow
- Identify and enhance inefficiencies of processes
- Affectively utilize resources internal and external of business unit
- Responsible for oversight of corrosion control and chemical programs for wells and for surface equipment and facilities
- Assures that program goals and practices are aligned and compliant with HES objectives, procedures and policies
- Works closely with Operations leaders, Mechanical Integrity team, Facilities & Construction and Project teams, contractor and vendor personnel to develop and continually improve chemical and corrosion control programs and procedures.


- 5+ years experience with processes, procedures, testing and equipment associated with corrosion control and chemical treatment monitoring for downhole and surface equipment.
- Operational oilfield knowledge pertaining to artificial lift, facility operations, and surface operations.

- Experience with chemical applications to reduce scale, corrosion, etc.

 - Take samples
- Chemical budget management with emphasis on optimizing chemical programs and maximizing chemical spend per BO and TBF.

- NACE or other industry training in corrosion technology
- Experience with LOWIS, MAXIMO, CREDO, SPOTFIRE, and database software
- Knowledgeable in existing and emerging technologies associated with corrosion, scale, paraffin, asphaltene, and bacteria treating.


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