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Manager, Corrosion Projects in Pelham, AL

Colonial Pipeline

Pelham, AL 35124 and Atlanta, GA 30303
7w ago


Engineering Management, Chemical Engineering


5 - 7 years

Job Description

As the Manager of Corrosion Projects, you will be responsible for implementing appropriate corrosion prevention assessments and maintenance activities to reduce overall risk and comply with local, state and federal regulatory requirements. You will be responsible for leading others (contractors, technicians) by providing guidance, technical solutions and direction, ensuring that Company programs, policies and procedures are implemented appropriately. You are someone who excels at working in teams and an innovative, solution oriented thinker who enjoys a challenge.

What You Get to Do:

  • Manage projects and oversee company and contracted technicians to ensure work is being performed per company procedures and industry best practices.
  • Leverage technical expertise to drive improvements in Colonial's Corrosion Prevention Manual and the incorporation of industry best practices to improve Colonial's corrosion control and mitigation efforts
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Valid through: 2020-2-21

About Colonial Pipeline

Colonial Pipeline, headquartered in Alpharetta, Georgia, "is the largest U.S. refined products pipeline system and can carry more than 3 million barrels of gasoline, diesel and jet fuel between the U.S. Gulf Coast and the New York Harbor area." [clarification needed] The company was founded in 1961 and construction of the pipeline began in 1962.:p.19–20 The pipeline is 5,500-miles (8,850-km) long. Colonial had seven spills in four years in the late 20th century, three of which (1996 to 1999) caused significant environmental damage to waterways in the Southeast. The Environmental Protection Agency alleged these were the result of gross negligence, and in 2000 filed a complaint for violations of the Clean Water Act against Colonial. They reached a settlement in 2003 which included a civil penalty of Colonial of $34 million, the largest a company has paid in EPA history. The settlement was governed by a consent decree by which Colonial would upgrade environmental protections, at a cost of $30 million. Colonial consists of more than 5,500 mi (8,900 km) of pipeline, originating at Houston, Texas, on the Gulf Coast and terminating at the Port of New York and New Jersey. The pipeline travels through the coastal states of Texas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Georgia, South Carolina, North Carolina, Virginia, Maryland, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey. Branches from the main pipeline also reach Tennessee. It delivers a daily average of 100×106 US gallons (3.8×108 L) of gasoline, home heating oil, aviation fuel and other refined petroleum products to communities and businesses throughout the South and Eastern United States.
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