Logistics Analyst

Oil & Gas
Lloydminster, Saskatchewan
Job ID:
Anush Pai

Our client, a market leading integrated oil company is in need of a Logistics Analyst to join their team in Trading, Supply, and Logistics for a 12-month contract located at their Lloydminster office.

What you will be doing…

  • Work directly with engineers to ensure accurate annual, monthly, weekly, and adhoc operational forecasts for conventional and thermal heavy oil production.
  • Manage Annual Forecast submission to the client’s Midstream General Partnership required by contractual and budgeting requirements.
  • Communication changes to production forecasts and notify of any issues in the field that impacts Marketing/Pipeline.
  • Manage third-party crude oil deliveries into the client’s Terminals and serve as interface between all terminals and Marketing.
  • Coordination of equity distribution to for LLB rail movements and monitors volumes to ensure on track with forecasts.
  • Coordination of planned and unplanned maintenance notification with Upstream Engineers, Pipeline and Marketing, including aiding in developing diversion of HOG and Third-party crude during outages or restrictions.
  • Work with trucking and terminal groups to develop economics.
  • Understand rights and obligations of the pipeline Transportation Services Agreement with HMGP.
  • Ensure the client is adhering to area dedication and report/document deviations/exceptions to appropriate stakeholders.
  • Trucking TDG Shipping Document Audits.
  • Support lease desk to help resolve any measurement and quality issues between third party and facilities group.
  • Lease Actual to Forecast File weekly distribution.

What you will need to succeed…

Must Haves

  • Minimum of 2-year experience in a similar role within the oil and gas industry.
  • Excellent analytical skills.
  • Strong computer skills in Microsoft Excel.
  • The ability to multi task while maintaining a high level of accuracy and attention to detail
  • A team player with excellent interpersonal and communication skills, well organized and detailed-oriented.

Nice to Haves

  • A University degree (B. Comm. or B.Econ.) or equivalent.
  • General understanding of the different duties within Midstream Marketing.
  • An understanding of crude oil pipeline logistics.
  • OMS Experience.

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