Job purpose administers the provisions of gas flow agreements related to payment; Quantity; Force majeure and notification of specific company agreements as well as coordinating and controlling the implementation of all other provisions of the agreements to ensure compliance and exercise of company rights. Job context & amp. Key challenge(s) involved in all stages of the downstream gas contract management process, from initially receiving the contract from commercial management or from shareholders (or others) to billing and handling finances. Flowing Gas on behalf of the Operator may review and make recommendations on proposed modifications or new contracts and provide contract development support. Operational issues that require a quick reaction to maintain business continuity often arise – situations often arise that are not explicitly contemplated in sales agreements. The challenge of handling a wide range of complex commercial agreements related to flow gas. The agreements include SPA (pipeline-based), processing and marketing agreements, flare reduction agreements, support agreements and other agreements between projects. Continuous commercial and contractual administrative control is required 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Frequent communication and coordination is required between Flowing Gas, Operations (Panel) and A&A; P and customers to ensure any operational matter is dealt with and managed in a timely and concise manner. The SPA zones within the flow gas framework supply more than 50% of Qatar’s domestic gas demand, valued at approximately US$1 billion annually. For some customers/consumers, Qatargas Enterprises is their only resource. Key Job Responsibilities Implement and ensure full contractual compliance of all Flow Gas Commercial Agreements including LNG for AKG and Barzan projects, LNG Gas and Ethane Sales, LPG Processing and Marketing Agreements, Backup Agreements, SPA Home Gas at LNG Account, and Flow Back agreements, emergency backup agreements, and ignition reduction agreements. Participate in implementing and maintaining SPA procedures and other agreements to comply with policies and procedures. Compile data and prepare reports/presentation in accordance with established standards and internal policies and procedures. Analyze and monitor downstream gas deliveries to ensure business continuity and compliance with the volume and/or specifications of relevant provisions of the agreements. Submit reports as required. Identify complex SPA/commercial and operational complex issues and suggest recommendations on the most appropriate approach. Update each SPA’s annual activities tracking calendar to enhance monitoring and compliance as well as ensure voluntary QG decision milestones are captured. Preparing and issuing contractual notices including price notices, maintenance notices and monthly and annual volume adjustments. Prepare and issue all bills, monthly cash flow forecasts and monthly/quarterly/annual statements under Flowing Gas. Interact regularly and coordinate ongoing communication with internal QG functions such as personalization & Planning, Finance & Operations, external buyers/consumers and stakeholders on relationship management, operational/commercial problem solving as well as information and data exchange. Maintenance and operation of the “Energy Component – Hydrocarbon Accounting System” section as well as controlled account forms for each SPA gas to generate invoices and settlement reports.
Qualifications Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Science, Economics, Business Administration or a related degree. Knowledge and/or experience 6 years of experience in general business or industry including 4 years of experience managing hydrocarbon sales contracts preferably with oil and gas marketing. Knowledge of the domestic and export gas sales sector within the oil and gas industry.
Qatargas is a global energy operator that is unique in terms of scale, service and reliability. The company operates 14 liquefied natural gas (LNG) trains with a total annual production capacity of 77 million tons. This makes Qatargas the largest producer of liquefied natural gas in the world.
Founded in 1984, Qatargas develops, produces and markets hydrocarbons from the world’s largest non-associated natural gas field. In addition to producing LNG, Qatargas is also a major exporter of natural gas, helium, condensate and related products.
Today, Qatargas continues to set the standard in the LNG industry as it delivers energy safely and reliably to customers around the world.