SPE International Conference and Exhibition on Health, Safety, Environment, and Sustainability

27-31 July 2020, Virtual

Number of conference papers: 99

Day 5
31 July 2020

Session 6: Knowledge Sharing ePosters VI

Knowledge Sharing ePosters allow one-on-one interactions with presenters and opportunities to study a particular concept at an appropriate level of detail. Subject matter varies, but topics are consistent with the other technical sessions.

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Davis-Street, Janis, Chevron, Enterprise Health
Johnson, Allyson, Chevron, Enterprise Health
Steinberg, Michael, Chevron, Enterprise Health
199428-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2020
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Fajola, A., Regional community Health, Shell Petroleum Development Company, Nigeria Limited
Oduneye, F., Regional Health Shell, Africa and Middle East
Ogbimi, R., Regional community Health, Shell Petroleum Development Company, Nigeria Limited
Mosuro O, O., Regional community Health, Shell Petroleum Development Company, Nigeria Limited
Oyo-Ita A, A., Department of Community Medicine, University of Calabar
Ovwigho, U., Regional community Health, Shell Petroleum Development Company, Nigeria Limited
199440-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2020
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Quigley, Robert L., International SOS Assistance, Inc.
199409-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2020
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Palandro, David, ExxonMobil
Johnston, Mark, BP
Kostareli, Artemis, IPIECA
Gray, Madeleine, IPIECA
199527-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2020
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Ahumada Morales, Carlos, Repsol Exploración Perú
Gutierrez Mesías, Fernando, Repsol Exploración Perú
Changano Guevara, Humberto, Repsol Exploración Perú
García Espinoza, Alan, Repsol Exploración Perú
199534-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2020
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Session 24: Leadership through Risk Understanding

Risk management is the foundation of every safety program. Well-run companies have processes, systems and tools to recognize hazards, identify safeguards, and prioritize risks (e.g. iHAZID, HAZOPS, PHAs, QRAs, LOPAs). These processes have improved safety performance over the years. However, like any business process, these tools can fail if not properly supported and implemented by knowledgeable senior leaders. For example, there are limits and drawbacks to both quantitative and qualitative risk assessment processes; both are influenced by various cognitive biases that may downplay either the potential for an event or the severity of an outcome. What do leaders need to know about the limits, shortcomings and drawbacks of today's risk assessment processes? And how can they ensure that these processes are effectively implemented in their organizations?

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Hudson, Timothy, Hudson Global Consulting
Hudson, Peter, Hudson Global Consulting
199424-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2020
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Session 25: Human Performance in Action

From mindfulness, to human-focused engineering, to looking at actual return on investment of such efforts; human performance and human factors are a safety hot topic in the energy industry. This discussion will feature examples from several companies, and is sure to provide participants with ideas they can take back to their own organizations.

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Lopez, Juan Carlos, Schlumberger
Jeffries, Jon, Schlumberger
Gonzalez, Jairo, Schlumberger
Capote, Wilmar, Schlumberger
Martinez, Lina, Schlumberger
Pazmino, Klever, Schlumberger
Claros, Liliana, Schlumberger
Miranda, Gabriel, Schlumberger
Alavosius, Mark, University of Nevada, Reno
Houmanfar, Ramona, University of Nevada, Reno
199396-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2020
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Scott, Hannah, Schlumberger
Mohammed Al Hinai, Lujaina, Schlumberger
199504-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2020
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Hudson, Timothy Gordon Logan, Hudson Global Consulting
Hudson, Professor Patrick Thomas William, Hudson Global Consulting
199496-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2020
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Session 26: Lifecycle Impact Assessments

Various useful methods for ensuring that environmental impact assessments are carried out efficiently and cost effectively, for the entire project lifecycle, are presented. These include a best practice document for use of remote sensing technology for environmental monitoring, integrated HSE-assessment of various drill cuttings management philosophies, and a completely updated IOGP/IPIECA/UN Environment guideline on Environmental Management Best Practices in the Upstream Oil & Gas Industry.

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Palandro, David, Exxon Mobil
Steffke, Andrea, Chevron
Partington, Kim, Geocento
Brown, Wendy, IOGP
199408-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2020
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Puiseux, Aurélien, Modis
Guillou, Anaïs, Modis
Merzi, Thomas, Total
199403-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2020
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Brown, Wendy, IOGP
Kostareli, Artemis, IPIECA
Sealy, Ian, Schlumberger
199456-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2020
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Session 27: Practical Examples of Managing Operational and Project Risk

From examples of risk mitigation on specific operations to the much wider view required to manage risk in a major project, this session shares success stories and challenges from across the industry. Whether you're looking to reduce risk on a billion dollar project or during mechanical lifting operations, this session will be a benefit.

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Hudson, Timothy Gordon Logan, Hudson Global Consulting
Hudson, Professor Patrick Thomas William, Hudson Global Consulting
199401-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2020
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Walker, Kirsty, Schlumberger
Pert, Aimee, Schlumberger
199481-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2020
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Monroy, Jose L, Environmental Resources Management - ERM
Saud, Yaneira E, Environmental Resources Management - ERM
Lopez, Ricardo A, Environmental Resources Management - ERM
199379-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2020
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Session 28: Our Industry's Journey in Measuring Methane Emissions and Where We're Going From Here

Reviewing the industry's history of methane emissions monitoring, throughout the world, and by including methodologies for both point and fugitive sources, this sessions demonstrates how we can do our part in reducing future emissions to help with the global warming crisis.

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Poot, Brigitte, Total
Tegami, Alice, Eni
Brown, Wendy, IOGP
Convery, Allie, Woodside
Stranden, Tone-Kirstin, Equinor
Bryant, Eleanor, BP
Ananthakrshna, Shankar, Chevron
Hardeveld, Wim, Mach10
199438-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2020
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Kuykendall, Dina, Baker Hughes
Sun, Jeanne-Mey, Baker Hughes
199488-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2020
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Sathiamoorthy, M., BP
Grainger, P., IPIECA
Herbertson, J., IPIECA
Bajo, L. Perez, IPIECA
199520-MS SPE Conference Paper - 2020
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