Careers

This position is responsible for the operation of pipelines and various pumping stations remotely from the Pipeline Control Center via SCADA.  Monitors flows, pressures temperatures, and tank levels for pipeline pump stations; diagnoses potential problems, responding to abnormal conditions and any alarm conditions that may exist.  Must be willing to work a twelve (12) hour rotating shift and requires working nights, weekends, and holidays.  Minimum requirements are English language fluency, and High school diploma or equivalent.


These positions are responsible for supporting the oil and gas operations around Dickinson, ND.  Installs and repairs tanks, digs pits and lines.  General cleanup, installs motors on equipment.  Sets well equipment at well locations which includes cement pads and pumping units.  Installs and repairs pipelines, hauls pipe and rods. Maintains ground and buildings.  Hauls gravel for tank battery locations and requires some travel. Minimum requirements include English language fluency, and proficiency with all tools including air and electrical. Prior roustabout experience preferred.


The Director of Financial Analysis and Planning is responsible for assisting with the design, implementation and monitoring of operational and financial plans of the company through the use and modeling of data.


This position provides operations, construction and regulatory support for all pipelines.  This includes coordinating the daily activities of the pipeline control center to ensure safe and efficient operation of all pipelines, performing hydraulic analysis and pump design, developing and maintaining operating and maintenance procedures, administering the Operator Qualification Plan, and providing general project support. This position supports all safety, training, and compliance functions required for the safe operation of the pipelines.


This full-time position is responsible for managing all phases of compliance with PHMSA rules and regulations including tracking inspection and maintenance activities, completing required reports and coordinating inspections with PHMSA staff, communicating with field operations, other support functions and third party vendors to provide training, and investigating pipeline incidents to determine root cause and make improvements to procedures and/or processes.


This full-time position assists with providing operations, construction and regulatory support for all pipelines.  This includes assisting with the following: coordination of daily activities of the pipeline control center to ensure safe and efficient operation of all pipelines; performing pipeline hydraulic analysis; developing and maintaining operating and maintenance procedures; general project support. This position also assists with the support of all safety, training, and compliance functions required for the safe operation of the pipelines.


This is a full-time position that is responsible for ensuring pipelines have cathodic protection to prevent external corrosion. Maintain rectifiers, test leads, complete annual surveys, and oversee close interval surveys and ground bed installations.  Mapping skills and GPS knowledge a plus.  Minimum requirements are one (1) year Oil and Gas or related field experience, NACE CP level 1 desired however will consider training for successful applicant looking for a career in the corrosion industry.