Senior Energy Analyst - Bartlesville, OK

Company Name:
Phillips 66
Company Overview:
Built on more than 130 years of experience, Phillips 66 is a growing energy manufacturing and logistics company with high-performing Midstream, Chemicals, Refining, and Marketing and Specialties businesses. This integrated portfolio enables Phillips 66 to capture opportunities in a changing energy landscape. Headquartered in Houston, the company has 13,500 employees who are committed to operating excellence and safety. Phillips 66 had $50 billion of assets as of Dec. 31, 2013. For more information, visit
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Phillips66 owns or leases various Transportation assets such as: pipelines, terminals, railcars and trucks in order to provide strategic timely and environmentally safe delivery and storage of crude oil, refined products and natural gas liquids to its refineries and to carry refined products to the market. Transportation has approximately 26,000 miles of common-carrier crude oil, raw natural gas liquids and products pipeline systems in the U.S. As well as 48 finished product terminals, 10 liquefied petroleum gas terminals, seven crude oil terminals, one coke exporting facility, and manages over 160 truck carrier companies and over 10,000 railcars.
The Senior Energy Analyst is responsible for the Energy Management Program which includes energy budget development and management ($50MM); utility vendor account management (1700 accounts); new utility account setup and changes; contract management; drag reducing additive (DRA) supply and usage monitoring (40+ sites); coordinating gas and power procurement through corporate partners for Transportation and energy metrics reporting and monitoring.
The Senior Energy Analyst actively works to identify and champion improvement opportunities including new rate structures, rebate programs, participation in demand management programs, and process improvements in support of the business.
In this role, the Senior Analyst maintains strategic relationships with 180 energy vendors to support the reliability and power quality needs of Pipeline and Terminal operations. In support of delivering power needs to the business, the Energy Analyst works collaboratively with key stakeholders in corporate gas and power procurement, finance, engineering, operations, accounting, utilities, software vendors, and additive suppliers.
Responsibilities may include:
Develop the energy budgets for pipeline and terminal operations for Phillips 66 operated assets and adjust for price forecasts, optimization improvements, and utilization changes to meet financial deadlines.
Track and report variances in budget to Finance and key stakeholders based on price, optimization and system utilization changes. Identify and resolve coding or allocation discrepancies. Report accruals per policy and verify accuracy.
Generate routine and ad-hoc energy metric, utilization, greenhouse gas, EPA DRA and management reports for key stakeholders. Provide energy data for financial audits and support special projects.
Enter and validate energy data submissions in support of monthly, quarterly, and year-end closing.
Assist tax department in identifying tax exemption status for energy accounts.
Generate DRA usage monitoring reports and work closely with DRA supplier to ensure reliable deliveries and invoicing per contracts.
Actively develop and maintain key electricity, natural gas, and propane vendor relationships and leverage to support new or changing service and timely resolution of supply issues or outages.
Coordinate stakeholders in scheduling, hydraulic modeling and power supply to deliver gas and power nominations required in select supply contracts.
Reviews energy variance reports from 3rd party bill pay processor and acts to resolve discrepancies.
Communicates and schedules planned and unplanned downtime with energy vendors and pipeline scheduling.
Supports requests for new and changing electrical service from field operations and projects by providing contacts to vendors, assisting in application submission, conducting the rate selection, facilitating contract review and approval, and setting up the new account in SAP and with the bill pay processor.
Conducts rate reviews, compares alternatives, evaluates implementation capabilities with operations, and recommends changes including seasonal adoption of demand management programs. Reviews new contracts, negotiates changes, and routes for approval. Tracks improvements related to rate changes.
Communicates rebate opportunities to field locations and assists in application submission.
Lead special projects, as required, in support of MLP financial changes, reporting requirements, process improvement, and optimization.
Participate in industry events and workshops, as required.
Legally authorized to work in the United States
Associates degree in Business, Finance, Procurement, Technical, Engineering or related field
1 or more years of experience in accounting, reporting, business process management, and audit compliance
1 or more years of experience with database management and contract workflows
Proficient in Word, Excel, SAP, Contract Management applications, and SharePoint
Basic understanding of utility rates and pricing structures
Bachelors degree in Business, Finance, Procurement, Engineering or related field
CEM (Certified Energy Manager) or equivalent certification
1 or more years of experience in contract reviews and legal terms
Advanced experience with SAP, database applications, and reporting systems
Experience in energy contracting, state regulations, rates, tariffs, and nominations including deregulated markets
Experience with Phillips 66 accounting processes including naming conventions, company codes, GL Accounts, cost centers, accruals, budget/variance reporting, monthly closing, quarterly closing and year end processes
Experience with Ecova bill pay software, Pi Process Book, Trac 66, OneShip, @Web, and EDMS LiveLink
Good oral and written communication skills
Good interpersonal skills
In order to be considered for this position you must complete the entire application process, which includes answering all prescreening questions and providing your eSignature on or before the requisition closing date of
April 18, 2014
Candidates for regular U.S. positions must be a U.S. citizen or national, or an alien admitted as permanent resident, refugee, asylee or temporary resident under 8 U.S.C. 1160(a) or 1255(a)(1). Individuals with temporary visas such as E, F-1, H-1, H-2, L, B, J, or TN or who need sponsorship for work authorization now or in the future, are not eligible for hire.
Phillips 66 is an equal opportunity employer
Transportation and Logistics
Job Level:
Individual Contributor/Staff Level
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Job Posting:
Apr 3, 2014, 3:42:59 PM
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