The Project Engineer develops budgets, schedules, and execution plans for work stream projects in the BP Pipelines (USPL) organization. Safely plan, manage and execute, inline inspection (ILI), facility piping inspection (FIP) and Tank Inspection and repair projects.
- Manages the development of execution strategy and ensures alignment and communications to construction teams.
- Evaluates and manages project risk and contingency plans in addition to process safety related risk management.
- Develops and implements effective project Health, Safety,Security & Environmental (HSSE) plans.
- Drives work stream process to meet regulatory requirements, planning and execution of work.
- Sets minimum expectations with work stream teams, including contract resources, on scope, cost, schedule and HSSE
- Drives alignment with Procurement & Supply Chain
- Management (PSCM) on contractor selection and performance management, leverages local, national and global contract
- Provides timely updates to Inspection Data Specialist on inspections and repairs scopes and ensures accuracy of the data including QA/QC, timely application of engineered solutions and documentations.
- Total of $5-10 million project budget per year.
- Bachelor's Degree in Engineering or Technical Discipline required. A degree in Mechanical or Civil Engineering preferred
- Essential Experience & Job Requirements:
- Minimum 5 years related engineering experience required.
- Minimum 2 years pipeline maintenance and inspection experience in oil and gas industry, to include inline inspection & repairs, facility inspection OR 2 years of Tank repair experience
- Experience with contractor management required.
Desirable Criteria & Qualifications:
- Oil and gas project engineering experience preferred
- Tank repair knowledge
- Project management experience
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