Husky Energy is one of Canada's largest integrated energy companies. Based in Calgary, Alberta, it is publicly traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol HSE and HSE.PR.A. Husky and its more than 5,000 employees operate in Western and Atlantic Canada, the United States and the Asia Pacific Region, with Upstream and Downstream business segments.
Husky's Heavy Oil & Gas Business Unit is seeking a Thermal Plant Engineer to provide plant / process engineering support for the day to day operation of Thermal SAGD facilities. Your responsibilities would include the water treatment, steam generation and oil processing systems. You will troubleshoot problems and assist with facility optimization efforts while working closely with Operations, Maintenance and Engineering Staff.
Specific responsibilities will include:
- Analyze and troubleshooting plant and gathering system issues and recommend solutions. Participate in and provide input into plant operational efficiency initiatives.
- Support Operations and other engineers in the development of Facility engineering work requests (EWR) and Management of Change (MOC) requests. Work with these groups on the kickoff and review of these initiatives.
- Support the design phase of plant projects by participating in design reviews to ensure project design is in alignment with the plant needs
- Be a leader in process safety by participating in risk assessments and process hazard analysis (PHA) as required
- Participate in the development, tracking and reporting of facility KPI's, performance reports and key diagnostic measurements
- Maintain the Plant Process Model (HYSIS) including heat and material balances. Utilize the plant model to optimize the operation of the facility.
- Ensure P&ID's and 3D model of the plant are current in adherence to the MOC Policy
- Ensure the facility is in compliance with regulatory and corporate standards
- Participate in plant turnaround planning to ensure that the work scope is complete and prioritized. Perform inspections of process related equipment as required during a typical turnaround
- Develop and foster a strong personal relationship with all stakeholders - internal and external.
- Capture and provide "Lessons Learned" from current operations to the future Thermal Project Teams in the design and implementation phase.