Video webinar airing 22 May: New approaches to site access minimize cost, risk and impact

Posted on 12 May 2014

Good corporate citizenship and sound environmental practices are vital to maintaining the industry’s license to operate. At the same time, cost control is as important as ever, particularly with softer short-term energy prices. One area of public sensitivity is the damage E&P operations can cause to local roads. This virtual panel discussion, sponsored by Tensar International, will explore new approaches to site access that is said to reduce both footprint and cost.

Participants for the virtual panel discussion are:

  • Clark Holmes, Oil & Gas Business Development Manager for Tensar International;
  • Keith Brooks, Petrochemical Business Development Manager for Tensar International; and
  • John Bolton, Director of Marketing for Tensar International.

An expert in soil stabilization applications, Tensar International offers state-of-the-art design solutions that can be used effectively in the oil and gas industry for roadways and working platforms.

This virtual panel discussion will discuss solutions to developing long-lasting access and haul roads more cheaply, with less environmental impact, and with a superior road surface, which improves safety, operational speed and productivity.

Click here to register now for this high-interest webinar, airing 22 May. Broadcast times will be staggered to provide the best possible viewing experience. Questions can be submitted during registration and the panelists will attempt to answer these during the panel discussion.

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