Production/Regulatory Analyst


Headington Energy Partners, LLC (HEP) is a privately owned independent oil and gas company that was formed in 2014 to operate, manage and facilitate growth in the oil and gas assets owned by its co-founders. Today HEP operates approximately 200 wells located in South Texas, is actively developing assets located in the Permian Basin and manages interests in more than 3,000 non-operated properties. The Production/Regulatory Analyst position will be working with our Production Accounting and Operations teams to ensure the accuracy of production filings and support the company’s regulatory compliance efforts.


  • Works with Production Accounting and Engineering to ensure that all daily and monthly volumes are accurately allocated to the completion level
  • Provides Operations with production information or analysis of data as requested
  • Monitors and resolves compliance issues associated with production audits and third party audits
  • Becomes proficient with Enertia’s production software, understands field flow patterns and assists in delivery system setup for new fields
  • Interacts with Production Accounting and accurately reports monthly production to the RRC
  • Maintains internal tracking systems to identify upcoming regulatory requirements
  • Monitors existing properties to see if any changes may be occurring that will require permits or permission from outside agencies
  • Promptly responds to all requests from regulatory agencies
  • Provides support for production surveillance and works with Engineering and Production Accounting to ensure appropriate capture of changes to Accounting Flow Diagrams and well producing conditions
  • Interprets rules and regulations to ensure company remains in compliance with all agencies
  • Helps foster positive relationships with Regulatory agencies
  • Prepares and files horizontal, horizontal allocation and PSA drill permit applications, strong plat and SWR special field rule interpretations are expected
  • Prepares and files completion packets including additional attachments such as exception letters, L-1 log forms, P-4, P-16 acreage designation forms, W-15 cementing forms and necessary plats
  • Prepares and files additional regulatory filings related to flaring/venting, SWD wells, surface commingling, inactive well requirements, plugging, pipeline, and organization reports
  • Assists in basic operational engineering functions including, but not limited to construction and updating of wellbore diagrams and managing and organizing various operational datasets


  • Bachelor’s degree; minimum of 5 years oil and gas experience with at least 3 years of regulatory experience
  • Proficient computer skills
  • Thorough understanding of Texas oil and gas regulations and processes
  • Ability to coordinate with other departments to secure the information required for regulatory filings
  • Ability to professionally and courteously work with regulatory agencies
  • Understanding of oil and gas drilling, completion and production operations
  • Strong time management, planning and organizational skills required