Regulatory Specialist

Houston, USA
10 Nov 2016
12 Jan 2017
Oil and Gas
Contract Type
Full Time
Job Description
  • Review and facilitate all quarterly and annual RFG, Anti-Dumping and RFS reporting requirements to the U.S. EPA and agencies
  • Maintain and coordinate the optimization of gasoline sulfur and benzene balances for the trading/blending team
  • Maintain registration of fuels and fuel additives with the EPA
  • Coordinate the annual audit attestations for blending, facility and imports for annual gasoline production and RFS fuels reports
  • Maintain RFS RIN balances and reconcile weekly with blending production and import estimates
  • Compile corporate RFG Survey Association annual reporting information
  • Maintain updated facility registrations with the EPA
  • Prepare and maintain facility (PADD) specific plans, monitoring mechanisms, record keeping, reporting and provide annual training to all of the stakeholders.
  • Manage waste programs, including discussions with waste disposal facilities, preparing waste profiles, coordinating sampling and analyses, and assisting with waste manifests for all ATMI facilities and chartered equipment.
  • Liaise with Group entities to ensure that SDS's required for TS activities are issued in the proper format. Coordinate SDS activities with the TS Midstream Logistics group in Geneva.
  • Monitor and control the activities of external consultants engaged in support of compliance activities.
  • The jobholder is very much in demand in a continuous way throughout the year, both internally (trading/shipping) and externally (including public holiday and week-ends).
  • Interface and internal coordination between all involved departments (trading and operations).
  • Manage multiple responsibilities simultaneously, under pressure, and within deadlines. Provide quick and efficient responses to sensitive issues. Focus attention on details. Follow company rules, policies, and procedures.
  • Ensure proper execution of reports.
  • Ensure a professional interaction with internal stakeholders at all levels in addition (as necessary) with local, state, and federal regulatory agencies.
  • The jobholder is autonomous in his/her decision making and has the entire responsibility of regulatory activities.

Profile sought
Primary focus on compliance and report obligations surrounding gasoline and distillate blending and import/export activities in the United States and U.S. Territories. The jobholder is the main contact between trader/blenders, trading operations and management for EPA regulatory and compliance activities. The jobholder is responsible for developing and maintaining compliance programs, procedures, policies and record-keeping associated with federal, state, and local fuel blending regulations. This activity implies good to expert knowledge of country, agency and state specific rules and regulations, adherence to Total group policies and standards, as well as stakeholder and company requirements governing regulated activities.

Bachelor's degree with 5+ years professional experience with the applicable environmental programs in the O&G industry. Excellent communicative skills, strong analytical and computer skills, ability to work with limited direct supervision.