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Potential Risks from Outdated Technology

Scot RudolphDecember 18, 2017

Originally posted on GEO ExPro Magazine Anyone who has been in the oil and gas sector for the last 20 years or so has seen vast improvements in the use of technology to advance operational efficiency and reliability. The improvements in assessing operational readiness of equipment and systems are one of the great stories of the 21st century. So why...

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Letter from a North Sea Offshore Installation Manager to the RiskPoynt CEO

June 30, 2017

Tim, As one of the early users and converts to RiskPoynt, I wanted to share with you a slide that I put together when I speak to my colleagues regarding my own personal experience with your product and just how effective it was in identifying a potentially dangerous situation that I encountered several years ago...

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BG Group – Demonstrating Control

July 26, 2016

The UK portion of the North West Europe Continental Shelf is a harsh environment in which to explore for and produce oil and gas. In that environment BG Group (now part of Royal Dutch Shell) has learned to expect the unexpected and to respond effectively to “abnormal” situations. Anything from a minor upset that affects operations, to...

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The Effect of Personnel Changes on Cumulative Risk

July 26, 2016

Tullow Oil has learned to expect the unexpected, and to respond effectively to “abnormal” situations. An abnormal situation is something other than the “steady state” condition; it could be anything from a minor upset that affects operations, to a temporary loss of logistics support or even the identified impairment of some safety-critical element. Operators prime consideration in any abnormal situation is to avoid any increased risk to safety. This is the basis for using operational...

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