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KCA DEUTAG, Aker Solutions help EnQuest reach 5 years free of LTIs

Posted on 05 October 2012 in Drilling It Safely, News

EnQuest PLC has reached a new North Sea safety milestone by recording five years free of lost-time incidents…

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Shell keynote: To maintain license to operate, industry must improve performance, accelerate learning

Posted on 02 October 2012 in Drilling It Safely, News

Royal Dutch Shell executive VP of safety and environment Kieron McFadyen is urging the drilling sector to learn…

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Exclusive video: Process safety should not be an HSE function?

Posted on 02 October 2012 in Drilling It Safely, News, Videos

Vivek Bhatnagar, director of Phillip Townsend Associates, spoke with DC publisher/editor Mike Killalea at the 2012 IADC Drilling HSE Europe…

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Subsea Well Response Project intervention system nears completion

Posted on 02 October 2012 in Drilling It Safely, News, The Offshore Frontier

The first equipment under development with the Subsea Well Response Project are due to be completed by the end of this year…

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OGP recommendations to focus on industry well control training

Posted on 02 October 2012 in Drilling It Safely, News, The Offshore Frontier

A workgroup under the OGP Wells Expert Committee is nearing the launch of a set of recommendations to enhance well control training…

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Dynamic risk assessment: Helping employees ‘stay in the moment’ to take right action at right time

Posted on 02 October 2012 in 2012, Drilling It Safely, News, November/December

Humans are not great at noticing change around us. “We don’t notice that gradual progression of change, and we certainly…

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Sustaining the license to drill: It’s not a game!

Posted on 17 September 2012 in 2012, Drilling It Safely, Features, Global and Regional Markets, September/October

In summer 2011 offshore Greenland, in an attempt to halt Arctic exploration, Greenpeace activists scaled a semisubmersible rig large enough to drill in more than 8,000 ft of water. This, despite a court injunction and the risk of jail time and significant fines for the activists….

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Bob Warren, Baclenna: Educational outreach required for the next generation

Posted on 17 September 2012 in 2012, Drilling It Safely, September/October, Videos

By Katherine Scott, editorial coordinator Promoting a positive message about the oil and gas industry is one of Bob Warren’s ongoing missions. The industry has to work harder to emphasize that this is a career destination with unlimited opportunities for people who are willing to work hard, said Mr Warren, president of Baclenna Inc, a […]

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Cricket and well control: How sport can teach industry new lessons in training

Posted on 17 September 2012 in 2012, Drilling It Safely, September/October

The world of cricket isn’t normally associated with the drilling industry, but there may be lessons from this sport to apply to well control training. Cricket demands the mastery of skills…

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Industry delves deeper into African frontier

Posted on 17 September 2012 in 2012, Drilling It Safely, Features, Global and Regional Markets, September/October, The Offshore Frontier

On the world map, Africa commands a grand presence, with more than 50 countries that straddle a multitude of climates, terrains and cultures. Into the continent’s vast lands and open waters, the drilling industry continues cautiously to navigate and integrate its activity…

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