Oil and gas pipeline professionals number in the millions. That’s because pipelines are everywhere from the desert sands of the Mojave to the Texas Gulf Coastline, from the frozen ground of Alaska to the fruited Midwestern plains. Over 200,000 miles of pipelines crisscross our nation pumping billions of gallons of oil and natural gas and leaving so much potential to pick and choose your preferred job and place of employment.
Just as pipes connect the world, The Pipeline Connection aims
to connect talent to the pipeline market.
If you are looking for a job or looking for a crew to finish the job, this is the place for everyone to gather information exclusively about employment in the burgeoning oil and gas pipeline industry in America.
Where pipeline jobs can be found:
- Offshore drilling platforms
- Reserve tanks
- Power plants
- Distribution stations
- Deepwater rigs
What’s Your Part in the Pipeline?
Whether you’re a direct-hire or pipeline contractor, both offer unbeatable benefits and, quite often, generous relocation packages.
Want to learn more about job opportunities? Here’s a partial list of pipeline positions:
Pipeline Design Engineers draft project models and determine construction specs for oil pipeline infrastructure.
These are a few field-driven jobs:
Pipeline Safety Coordinator
Pipeline Equipment Operator
Pipeline Rig Welders
Oil Pipeline Walkers patrol lines and systems for leaks, washouts, breaks in joints and downed infrastructure like wires and poles.
Pipe Inspectors use magnetic and optical scanners to examine sections, steel tubing, drill pipe and other materials for defects.
Pipeline Supervisors and Superintendents
These are just some of the positions detailed in the oil pipeline jobs section.