13 August 2012 |
OSRL will be presenting at the SPE APPEA Conference in Perth on 11 - 13 September.
To get closer to our customers and to build relationships with new and existing customers, OSRL
, in co-operation with the Subsea Well Response Project (SWRP),
will be exhibiting at Booths 41-42. The event will also be an ideal industry platform to share with our customers on the full range of OSRL services. As well as exhibiting OSRL personnel will be presenting on a variety of technical papers ranging from topics such as aerial surveillance, health and safety, and Geographical Information Systems (GIS). For more information on OSRL’s involvement with the SPE/APPEA conference please download the PDF leaflet here
2012 marks the first time the SPE/APPEA International Conference on Health, Safety & Environment in Oil & Gas Exploration and Production will be held in Australia. Co-organised by the Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE) and Australian Petroleum Production & Exploration Association (APPEA) with Chevron Corporation as the host organisation, the conference will focus on the theme “Protecting People and the Environment – Evolving Challenges.”
Melody Meyer (President Chevron Asia Pacific Exploration and Production Company) is the conference’s Executive Chairperson, while Tom Gouldie (Operations Integrity Engineer, Drilling & Petroleum Engineering, Santos Ltd.) and Tom Norris (Chevron Regional HSE Manager, Chevron Upstream and Gas) are the Programme Committee Co-Chairmen. This event will feature an extensive and comprehensive technical programme covering the key topics of health, safety, environment, social responsibility and HSE management, featuring components including plenary, panel, technical and knowledge sharing sessions, which will strike an appropriate balance between emerging industry issues, best practices, and lessons learned. A technical exhibition will be held in conjunction with the conference, allowing professionals to see the latest innovative technologies and processes being utilised by the industry. Over 12 panel sessions will be discussed, 140 technical papers presented, and more than 35 exhibiting companies displaying latest technologies and innovations over the three days.
In conjunction with the conference, The “Working in Heat” training course will take place on 14th September 2012. This innovative and practical one-day workshop will clarify the environmental and personal factors that influence how various workloads are tolerated when working in heat. To ensure that work performance is both maximised and sustainable, participants will be introduced to work-rest cycling, hydration schedules and other environmental controls.
The SPE/APPEA International Health, Safety and Environment Innovation Awards will also be presented at Conference. These awards recognise excellence and innovation in health and safety performance and environmental management.