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Lease Operator C Job - Hess Corporation (seminole, TX)

ABOUT HESS CORPORATION Hess is transforming from an integrated oil and gas company with downstream operations into a focused, higher growth, lower risk, pure:play E and P company. When the announced divestitures are completed, we will become a leading global independent energy company engaged in the exploration and production of crude oil and natural gas. We operate primarily in five major areas of the world where we have extensive knowledge and experience: Gulf of Mexico, North Sea, West Africa, Southeast Asia and onshore U.S. In America we are a leader in shale oil and gas production and one of the largest operators in the Bakken formation, North Dakota. POSITION SUMMARY The Lease Operator is part of the field operations team and reports directly to the Field Production Operations Supervisor. ROLES and RESPONSIBILITIES Keep up with daily downtime records and report to proper departments; production accounting, and area technician Obtain casing pressures from production and injection wells. Fill out pressure data sheet and turn in to production accounting in the required frequency Input notifications for required maintenance work in assigned area Check remote wellhead, shut:in valve and pressures for proper functioning Ensure all shut:in valves are enabled, and all sleeves on shut:in valves have been removed after work is done, except otherwise noted Check tubing and casing pressure at the well head Bleed and purge meter runs on injection wells Check sucker rod pumping units bearings, belts, load cell cable, rod rotators for proper functioning Ensure wells in assigned area are pumping Grease and lubricate stuffing boxes, rod rotators, rod lubricators Fix and change out worn stuffing box packing Make sure all well have plugs and gauges installed Keep well heads clean, and fix all small well head leaks Make sure all gates and fences are in good shape and locked Source:

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