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10 Ways to Increase Your Organisation’s Safety Involvement
These 10 tips offer tactics and strategies for convincing and encouraging your organisation’s employees to take on more meaningful roles in establishing, operating, evaluating and improving EHS programmes.
Published on the 01 March 2023
Build or Buy? When It Comes to Software, Buy Might Be the Right Choice for You
Purchasing trusted, proven software solutions is the best option, due to benefits such as significant savings in time and costs, smooth deployments and improved efficiency.
Published on the 01 November 2022
The changing face of European EHS and ESG
The world of EHS and ESG is shifting from a focus on compliance to exploring new ways of delivering strategic business impact. It’s becoming more central to discussions at senior management level and, as a result, expectations are rising. Find out more.
Published on the 06 July 2022
Data Analytics in Drilling Rig Fuel Management and Reduction
As part of the company’s ESG initiatives, Parker Wellbore is taking proactive approaches to reduce fuel consumption at rig sites. This paper demonstrates a case study of using a data-driven workflow to mine fuel consumption and rig operational data, extract insights and feedback to the rig crew for actions.
Published on the 01 March 2022
Top-of-Mind for EHS and ESG: Past, Present and Future
This white paper examines some of the key themes in EHS and ESG from the past year, reflects on the successes and shortfalls, and looks forward to what we can expect in 2022.
Published on the 01 February 2022
The future of operational excellence: ESG, quality and the energy sector
ESG helps you achieve sustainable business practices, especially in the energy sector. Learn how ESG and quality can help your organisation reach new levels of operational excellence while making positive contributions to the global community.
Published on the 01 November 2021
Spotlight: Asia, excluding China, weakest link in global oil demand recovery in Q2
Asia’s oil demand recovery is expected to remain patchy in the near term. The region will account for only 30% of global growth in 2021 and 35% in 2022, down from 73% over pre-COVID-19 years of 2011-2019.
Published on the 01 September 2021
Recover and thrive - limited demand does not mean limited opportunities for the oil and gas sector
Calling all innovation-focused EHSQ leaders in oil and gas! If you’re open to incorporating key insights into your transformative action plans, then we have got just the resource to help you achieve your goals.
Published on the 30 June 2021