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Main theme 2018: valuing safety choices

Valuing safety choices

Safety is a cornerstone of Norwegian petroleum operations. An unsafe industry puts value – and values – at risk.

News

Report: Follow-up of framework conditions

In April 2018, we held a series of meetings with selected participants to follow up framework conditions, especially within maintenance, modification and SIP (scaffolding, insulation and painting) work. The companies we followed up on were Point Resources and their suppliers Aker Solutions and Norisol.

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Audit of Odfjell Drilling and structural safety on Deepsea Atlantic

On 3 and 4 September 2018 we carried out the first part of a two-part audit of structural safety on Deepsea Atlantic.

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Aker BP has received consent for exploration drilling in the North Sea

We have given Aker BP consent for exploration drilling of well 24/9-13.

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Repsol has received consent for work at Yme

Repsol Norge AS has received consent to carry out work on the Yme field.

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Audit reports

Audit of Odfjell Drilling and structural safety on Deepsea Atlantic

On 3 and 4 September 2018 we carried out the first part of a two-part audit of structural safety on Deepsea Atlantic.

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Audit of Equinor – Gudrun

We have carried out an audit of Equinor Energy’s (Equinor) management of barriers within technical safety, process safety and electrical facilities on the Gudrun field.

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Audit of Equinor – Snorre B

From 13 to 17 August 2018, we carried out an audit of drilling and emergency preparedness on the Snorre B facility.

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Audit of MOL Norge – structural safety

We have carried out an audit of MOL Norge and site-specific analyses of load-bearing structures in respect of the company’s first drilling operation on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.

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PSA at ONS 2018

The PSA asked on its ONS stand this year: what does safety mean to you?

The legacy of Piper Alpha

The 30th anniversary of the Piper Alpha disaster falls this summer. One hundred and sixty seven people lost their lives when this platform in the UK North Sea was destroyed on 6 July 1988. How is it still relevant to safety work today?

Main theme 2018: Valuing safety choices

Safety is a cornerstone of Norwegian petroleum operations. An unsafe industry puts value – and values – at risk.

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