This Scientist will serve as a laboratory scientist in a drilling and completion fluids R&D lab. The committed Scientist will perform laboratory testing as assigned in support of drilling and completions fluids research projects with or without direct supervision. Typical daily work will include testing and formulation of drilling and completion fluids, identifying and solving various problems related to drilling and completion fluid properties, and general lab maintenance in a safe manner.
This person will be responsible for performing environmental tasks to ensure efficient and accurate project development and construction, environmental permitting and reporting, and compliance with the various Federal, state and local environmental regulatory permits, conditions, and requirements in-support of pipeline and facility development projects.
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