Ala Ayoub, Regional General Manager at Crowcon, explains, “The Middle East oil and gas industry contends with high levels of H2S in their gas production operation."
The use of high impact resistant materials provide reliability for demanding conditions faced in hazardous and potentially explosive environments.
Oil Spill Response Limited (OSRL) has successfully completed an air transport test flight of a fully assembled subsea capping stack for the first time.
Scott Hollis, Director of Product Management at PAS, looks at how the oil industry can avoid the unseen dangers in operational technology.
In the UK, a number of workers are killed or seriously injured in confined spaces across a wide range of hazardous industries each year.
As part of its constant drive for new efficiencies, Stena Drilling has placed a significant part of its safety equipment and servicing management under a VIKING Offshore Safety Agreement.
Wood has further extended the SURF IM Network, which aims to share experience and lessons learned from subsea integrity and reliability issues and is supported by 10 major global operators.
This recent trial consisted of a competition comparing NoMan with traditional rope access and UAV (drone) techniques.
Cyberhawk, a leader in inspection using unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), has completed the first full ABS Intermediate Hull Survey 4 on an oil tanker using UAVs.
Stork Technical Services Trinidad and Tobago Ltd, has become the first business in Central and South America to achieve OPITO approval for the way it monitors and develops the skills and competence of its maintenance workers in the region.
From 25 to 26 April and from 7 to 10 May 2018, the Petroleum Safety Authority carried out an audit of ConocoPhillips' planning and execution of drilling and well operations at Ekofisk X.