The graduates of the KPC Process Technology program have gone on to work for companies like, Marathon Petroleum, ConocoPhillips, Blue Crest Energy, Exxon Mobil, ASRC Energy Services, Alyeska Pipeline Service Company, and many more.
How do the folks at headquarters know if all the pumps are pumping, pipelines are flowing and other complex, inter-connected stuff at an oilfield is working properly? They ask you. Monitors the daily operation of wells and related equipment, such as pumping units, tanks, compressors and valves while maintaining a safe work environment. Requires an associate degree, available through University of Alaska. But this is one of the best ways to score a high-paying job in the oil and gas industry right out of school. Also, it’s usually an indoor position.
Process Technician / Process Operator – Alaska Safety Alliance
Average Salary $73,854 – $131,697