Bolt incidents constitute a risk in the petroleum industry. The PSA has had a study undertaken on the use of and incidents involving bolts, along with recommendations for any development requirements.
A new report produced by the Sintef research foundation for the Petroleum Safety Authority Norway (PSA) collates information on the status of and challenges to the condition and maintenance of safety-critical equipment in the petroleum industry.
A user survey has been conducted by the Petroleum Safety Authority Norway (PSA) to learn more about how its audits are perceived by the industry and the effect they have, and to identify potential improvements. The results are now available.
A new study commissioned by the PSA provides state-of-the-art knowledge about experiences of incidents and failure modes linked to bonded flexible pipes and hoses.
In April and May 2018, we held a series of meetings with selected participants in order to gather knowledge about the maintenance of barriers for subsea facilities involved in the Norwegian petroleum activities. The companies which we followed up were Aker BP, Equinor, Shell, Subsea 7, Technip FMC, Oceaneering and Deep Ocean.
In this report, the Petroleum Safety Authority Norway (PSA) discusses the place of maintenance in barrier management in terms of principles as well as stage by stage in the barrier management processes, through specific examples, and in relation to selected key issues.
In May 2018, we held a meeting with the Well Management company Well Expertise about the follow-up of planning and execution of exploration drilling projects on behalf of operators.
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.
In April/May 2018, we held a series of meetings with the contractors Weatherford, Schlumberger, Enhanced Drilling and Halliburton, which supply managed pressure drilling services on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.
The Petroleum Safety Authority Norway (PSA) is once again giving a Safety Lunch at the ONS 2018 oil show in Stavanger on Tuesday 28 August. Sign up today to attend this important event. This year's keynote speaker is senior Scottish judge Lord Cullen.