Engineer Pipeline Salary in Connecticut, United States
The average pay for an Engineer Pipeline is $106,154 a year and $51 an hour in Connecticut, United States.
The average salary range for an Engineer Pipeline is between $73,219 and $132,291.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Connecticut, United States.
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Plans, designs, and develops natural gas and petroleum pipelines, facilities, and related structures for distribution and transmission to meet client and industry engineering specifications.
Oversees and/or aids in the operations, cost control, construction, and maintenance of pipeline facilities, compressor stations, pump stations, measurement facilities and equipment, and basic instrumentation and controls in an assigned area, while ensuring adherence to company policies and procedures and DOT regulations.
Maintains accurate measurement of gas into and out of an assigned area of the pipeline district.
Coordinates with others in locating pipelines, running pipeline pigs, changing charts, blow downs and tie-ins, compression, dehydration, lock outs, tag outs, stop start and load compressor teaming systems, change valves and CO2 treating.
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Engineer Pipeline Job Listings for Connecticut, United States
Senior Software Engineer - Data Infrastructure
South Norwalk, CT, USA
The Software Engineer, Data Infrastructure is responsible for building scalable data & analytics pipelines and will report to Sr. Engineering Manager, DMP Data team and will work collaboratively with ...