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  • A risk assessment of fuel additives and related chemicals is being conducted across Europe, amid concerns that several commercially available compounds have yet to be properly investigated and tested against their potentialm hazards. Mark Rowe reports.

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  • Peter Davidson, Director of Safety, Commercial and Projects for the UK Petroleum Industry Association (UKPIA) introduces the Association’s recently launched ‘Assuring Safety: Leadership in Process Safety’ initiative that aims to protect the H&S of the downstream sector workfo...

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  • Oil and gas companies’ spending to ease concerns on health, safety and the environment are expected to rise 60% to $56bn in 2030, up from $35bn in 2011, as heavily publicised environmental disasters have increased regulatory scrutiny. Daniel Choi,n Exploration & Production&nb...

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  • Oil Spill Response Limited (OSRL), the global oil spill response co-operative funded by more than 160 oil and energy companies, has opened a new base in Saldanha Bay, South Africa, to support regional and global response operations. The base houses well capping equipment designed to shut-in an uncon...

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  • Alongside a long-standing technical programme covering the oil and gas industry, the Energy Institute (EI) is now moving to support the renewables sector. The G9 offshore Wind Health and Safety Association has partnered with the EI to deliver a technical work programme looking at health and safety i...

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  • It might appear that 'green drilling' has suddenly become sexy, but the task of reducing upstream's environmental footprint has been going on for almost a decade, writes Gordon Cope.

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  • Rodolfo Guzman (Partner, Houston), Ben Thuriaux (Principal, London) and Paola Carvajal (Manager, Houston) from Arthur D Littles's Global Energy Practice discuss some of the most critical aspects of deepwater developments, including some key considerations for the selection of production platform tec...

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  • A new business structure is emerging in the E&P sector, one in which all relevant projects, technology and procurement (PTP) units are being integrated into a single global division, write Arthur D Little’s Ben Thuriaux-Aleman, Principal - Energy Practice, Technology & Innovation Practice, and Steph...

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  • Decommissioning in the Caspian poses a number of legal and environmental challenges.

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  • The cross-industry UK Oil Spill Response Group (OSPRAG), created in response to the Macondo disaster, was disbanded last September having achieved key objectives including creating detailed recommendations on oil spill response capability, reviewing indemnity and insurance liabilities, reviewing var...

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