Next Generation Fuels – the Future of Emergency Response
We explore what challenges alternative fuels must overcome to become viable, safe and trusted replacements for oil
Gazing into Tomorrow's World: The Future of Remote Training
We explore immersive technologies and the possibilities for future remote training delivery.
The Increase in Safety Standards and Mitigating Future Risks
Oil spills and injuries from offshore drilling are on the rise. More needs to be done to mitigate future risks and avoid another Deepwater Horizon.
Lessons Learned – The Tombstone Imperative
With the next energy revolution brings new challenges and risks. Will the learning processes remain valid and fit for purpose in the brave new world?
Russian Sanctions and the Laws of Unintended Consequences
We explore the oil spill risk implications of Russian sanctions as countries seek alternative supplies & Russia looks to secure customers for its oil.
Women in Leadership - Embracing Femininity
With fewer women in oil and gas than in almost any other industry, Gemma Littlewood reviews the business case for diversity, inclusion & equality.
Is the Offshore Wind Industry Ready for a Crisis?
Whilst the risk may not be crude oil, understanding impacts and response options for other fuels is imperative for the offshore wind industry.
Oil Spills and the Pandemic: Shared Lessons for Risk Communications
We consider and explore parallels from UK pandemic communications and whether these can be transferred to dispersant communications.
The Rogue States – The Next Big Oil Spill Risk?
We hinder our ability to prepare for and respond to crisis events while sanctions and competing public relations play out on mainstream media
Why Preparing for Oiled Wildlife Emergencies Still Matters in the Energy Transition
As government and industry look beyond oil, it is critical that environmental risk from oil spills, including wildlife impact, stays in focus.
The Plastics Pollution Crisis
Plastics - not so fantastic
Net Zero and the Implications for Emergency Planners
As the world adapts to creating a carbon-neutral future, are the challenges faced by emergency planners and responders going to be any different?