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The energy industry – oil & gas sector in particular – is bracing itself for a massive wave of retirements over the short to medium term, which has been dubbed “The Great Shift Change.” As the industry prepares for this turnover, companies are looking to the next generation of candidates with skills ranging from finance, geology, engineering, law, etc.

Additionally, lots of exciting opportunities are opening up in various renewable energy sectors as technological advancements rapidly disrupt traditional utility business models. The energy efficiency business is also growing by leaps and bounds, as significant cost saving benefits associated with using less energy are an easy sell for most businesses.

With these issues in mind, Breaking Energy highlights a few interesting energy jobs on a weekly basis.

Casing and Tubing Design Engineer

Shell; Houston, TX

This position focuses on the subject of threaded and tubular design related to structural and sealing integrity of tubular/liners under burst, collapse, tension, compression, torsion, and fatigue and combined loads. As part of the Wells Drilling Mechanics Technologies Team the position main responsibly will be to support Operating Units in designing and analysis related to well designs. The representation of Shell related to relevant API forms and key technical input for internal Shell design documents such as the CTDM (Casing Tubular Design Manual).

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Operator I

Anadarko; Kermit, TX

This position is located in Anadarko’s Southern & Appalachia Region in the Delaware Basin with office in Kermit, TX. The incumbent will operate an assigned well route.


The ideal candidate for this position should possess the following minimum qualifications:

  • – Demonstrated knowledge of mechanical principles.
  • – Ability to perform basic mathematical calculations.
  • – Computer skills including spreadsheet, e-mail, and work processing applications.
  • – Three to five years of experience working in oil and gas production operations is preferred but not required.

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VA-SUN Program Director

Community Power Network; Richmond, VA

Seeking highly motivated, creative and outgoing individual to manage VA program for Community Power Network. You will be responsible for implementing a strategy that combines the deployment of solar energy projects, local grass-roots organizing and policy reform in a cycle that creates a growing, equitable, significant and meaningful market for renewable energy in Virginia. Candidate should have strong familiarity with solar energy and solar project finance, legislative campaigns, lobbying, organizing, communications and public outreach. Skills such as project finance, public speaking, research and writing, communications planning and implementation, website development, list building and list management and social media all important.

Location flexible

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