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RGP - Pipeline Tech B – new

Energy Transfer Company Cotulla, TX +3 locations

• Inspect and maintain facilities as assigned according to procedures • Conduct Damage Prevention activities to include but no limited to line… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

RGP PSM Specialist

Energy Transfer Company Perryton, TX +2 locations

• Must be able to demonstrate experience in all the elements of OSHA 29 CFR 1910.119 • Monitor regulatory action for the PSM and RMP regulations… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

ETC - Specialist - Corrosion

Energy Transfer Company Houston, TX

Report to Manager of Corrosion Services. Successful candidate will be responsible for implementation of the Company corrosion control program, an… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Associate Analyst

Energy Transfer Company Radnor, PA +2 locations

•Create, maintain, and enhance financial planning spreadsheet models (incl. EBITDA, DCF, etc.). •Create rate of return models to support the… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Account Manager

Energy Transfer Company Longview, TX

of the position include but are not limited to: • Developing new prospects and interacts with existing customers to increase sales of natural gas… Glassdoor

5 days ago

RGP - Field Tech Set Crew

Energy Transfer Company Houston, TX

CDM Resource Management is seeking Field Technicians to assist in the fabrication/assembly and make-ready of CDM fleet units. This role will follow… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Sr. Specialist - SCADA

Energy Transfer Company Houston, TX

• 3 years experience with SCADA systems. CygNet experience a plus but other Automation, EFM Collection, and IT Systems experience will be considered… Glassdoor

7 days ago

Well Connect Analyst

Energy Transfer Company Dallas, TX

• Manage the process of connecting new gas wells to our system. • Assist with financial and economic modeling support for Business Development… Glassdoor

30+ days ago

Senior Analyst - Gas Supply

Energy Transfer Company Dallas, TX

• Manages administration and maintenance of gas contracts. • Communicates with engineering and operations to manage daily flow rates and pipeline… Glassdoor

2 days ago

Fleet Analyst – new

Energy Transfer Company Monahans, TX

• Other duties as assigned. Essential Requirements: Experience… Glassdoor

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Energy Transfer Partners Chairman and CEO Kelcy L. Warren
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    IT Department - Grown into a beast of a company with a Cain and Able IT department.

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    Current Employee - IT - Engineer  in  San Antonio, TX (US)
    Current Employee - IT - Engineer in San Antonio, TX (US)

    I have been working at Energy Transfer Partners full-time for more than 3 years


    The company has been growing steady for years now. The issues that plagued the IT department with low budgets on inferior hardware was being fixed. The IT department was a good place to get your feet wet to learn and grow into a better technician. There were plans to revamp and build IT as an enterprise class department.


    IT went through a major restructure in the last integration of the company's it has purchased. With the restructure came new head management people were fired with in hours. IT was splintered between Energy Transfer legacy IT and the acquired company's IT. There is a wall between them that still has no been broken. Being on the legacy end will most likely result in loosing your job and being belittled. The acquired company's IT doesn't understand the infrastructure of what was built and no idea how to use the tools that they have taken control over. This has resulted in the end users having to deal with the pain and suffering of an inadequate IT department. The new management is focused on the idea of best practice to the point that it hinders them useless and system fail while they have meetings talking about the failing system.

    Advice to ManagementAdvice

    You have lost your core values in the company that was built and profitable. Taken on ALL the aspects of the acquired company is a mistake. Things can be learned from them but the principles of the company should not change. Replacing the people who built the company not just in IT is not the responsible thing to do.

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