Transportation & Capacity Analyst is responsible for gathering pipeline, and interstate pipeline transportation related activity, including nominations, capacity release, imbalance monitoring, accounting, and customer communication. Analyst must be able to communicate operational issues with external customers and internal departments to ensure pipeline systems are both physically and contractually balanced.
Responsible for overall management of production assets on interstate pipelines
Manage daily production fluctuations by tracking daily meter telemetry, daily capacity operational issues, fluctuations in daily on-system requirements by adjusting daily nominations/trading positions accordingly. Provide guidance to trading on daily/monthly maximization opportunities based on day over day changes in production, market requirements, or pipeline constraints.
Reconcile measurement information for responsible systems.
Assist with Curtailment Planning Process and provide solutions for re-routes to maximize production flow.
Review pipeline operational postings, downstream requirements, production constraints, and industry related developments to ensure the scheduling team is maximizing assets.
Assist with commercial account management by interacting with customers concerning pipeline curtailments that impact our contractual obligations
Manage trading and production activity in Endur for closing purposes
Communicate operational issues with external customers and internal departments to ensure pipeline systems are both physically and contractually balanced.
Assist accounting with invoice discrepancies resulting from potential pathing discrepancies in Endur
Bachelor's degree in Finance, Accounting, Engineering or a closely related field.
1+ years of related work experience that demonstrates quantitative skills and an ability to perform a variety of financial and strategic analyses.
Comprehensive knowledge and experience in the natural gas industry especially as it relates to natural gas transportation, including associated Federal and State Regulations.
Experience with the Endur system preferred.