Darnell: Ensuring asset integrity key to process safety

Posted on 09 October 2013

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The drilling industry must maintain a laser-like focus on asset integrity in its quest to enhance process safety, James Darnell, VP – health, safety and environment for Noble Drilling Services, said. Mr Darnell participated on a panel session devoted to process safety at the 2013 IADC Drilling HSE Europe Conference & Exhibition in Amsterdam on 25 September. In this exclusive video with IADC group VP/publisher Mike Killalea, Mr Darnell shares insights on key elements for success as the industry transitions from compliance-based asset integrity to risk-based asset integrity.

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