GIS Analysts collect, manage, interpret, and utilize GIS data from a variety of sources for an assortment of applications in the energy industry.
Spatially locate, map, and attribute parcels, leases, drilling units, easements, surface agreements, pipeline routes, and other assets in the Energy industry throughout various states across the country using legal descriptions, metes & bounds, etc.
Interpret oil and gas courthouse documentation (leases, deeds, assignments, unit declarations, releases, amendments, extensions, ownership reports, right of way agreements).
Utilize data to create accurate, inclusive reports and high quality maps tailored to project and client driven needs
Convert data between various file types
Georeference tax maps, warrant maps, historic farm maps, as-built surveys, and other materials to digitize subject matter
Geodatabase design, creation, maintenance and quality control based on project driven needs.
Resesarch and Navigate various county, state, federal and third party resources / websites to support daily tasks
Independently develop and manage web maps, reports, and workflows using Geocortex & Esri based software
Provide independent ad hoc mapping support to clients, project managers, title examiners, land agents, lease analysts, and others on a daily basis. Must be able to prioritize & multi-task incoming requests, as well as maintain ongoing professional communication with project stakeholders
6+ years’ experience and/or coursework in mapping and GIS software, preferably ArcGIS product suite.
4+ years’ oil & gas experience required in the brokerage, exploration and/or midstream sectors.
2+ years’ web map development experience required.
Python experience preferred.
SQL experience preferred.
Familiarity with Microsoft Office applications, including Word, Excel & Outlook.
Must possess strong computer, communication, and problem solving skills, with a keen attention to detail.