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- Overview

Reporting to the Senior Manager, Midstream, the Equalization Analyst is a member of a team of professionals responsible for gathering, creating, and the financial reporting of the Midstream business. The Equalization Analyst will actively work with finance, operations, production accounting and commercial reps for the accurate and timely calculation/review of both Company Operated and 3rd party operated 13-month throughput adjustments and the creation of the annual operating budgets for gas plants, associated gathering systems, compressors, and facilities. This position is located in Calgary.

Financial/Equalization Fee Analyst – The Role
• Manage and complete the annual 13th month throughput adjustments for all operated facilities and review and approve the 3rd Party 13th month calculations for non-operated facilities;
• Completion of financial entries in Qbyte FM associated with 13th month adjustments;
• Obtain working knowledge of the company’s commercial and joint... venture contracts;
• Develop the annual operating budget for all operated facilities;
• Analyze facility fee revenue and operating costs to support joint venture, financial accounting, engineering, and operations;
• Liaise across all departments and handle inquiries related to 13th Month Adjustments;
• Continually identify areas of improvements, document potential efficiencies and participating in process improvement opportunities;

Financial/Equalization Fee Analyst – The Person
• 5+ years of related oil and gas experience.
• Prior production accounting and or Joint Venture experience is beneficial.
• Bcomm, CAPPA certification or other relevant post-secondary education is preferred.
• Confident, detail oriented and enthusiastic team player with superior interpersonal communication, organizational and analytical skills.
• Intermediate to advanced Microsoft Office applications, specifically Excel is required.
• In-depth knowledge of P2 QbyteFM, GeoScout, CGI Landman, Petrinex and EnergyLink systems.
• Joint venture experience or Canadian Association of Petroleum Production Accounting (CAPPA) certification is beneficial.
• Ability to work independently in a dynamic environment and meet deadlines.

Financial/Equalization Fee Analyst – The Company

Canlin Energy Corporation is a privately held, long reserve life, natural gas weighted producer in the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin. Our E&P business produces approximately 38,500 boe per day from predominantly operated wells, infrastructure, and facilities. Canlin’s key priorities are running safe and sustainable business, focusing our portfolio, improving productivity, generating value from our midstream assets and investing for growth and value. Please visit us at www.canlinenergy.com to learn more about our operations
Calgary AB

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