Written by: Don Hossli
This paper outlines a structured approach to understanding some of the failures of a safety program and concepts to succeed. This material is based on the case studies of actual safety transformations that have taken place within the oil and gas industries around the world. Many of the safety concepts used to improve safety in this series of papers have been duplicated in facilities around the world with similar positive results. To first succeed in your safety program you must recognize the threats to any program. Once understood, you will be better prepared to manage the threats and provide opportunities to succeed.
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Aug 15, 2019
In the past, when oil prices were higher, upstream producers were very focused on managing their assets for maximum production volume. However, in the current and forecast business environment, there is a much greater need to manage for value. Maximum value is not always maximum flow; this can sometimes lead to value destruction. So what does managing for value mean for an upstream producer?Read full article
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