Project Considers Mindfulness as Path To Keep Offshore Energy Workers Safe

A project led by the University of Houston, Baker Hughes, and Diamond Offshore Drilling will test whether a series of mental exercises can improve offshore safety.

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Remote Sensing Technologies Detect, Visualize, and Quantify Gas Leaks

Remote sensing technologies can be applied for a wide range of gas-leak flow rates in three main cases—major leaks in crisis management, medium-size leaks in safety monitoring, and small leaks in environmental monitoring.

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IPIECA Identifies Elements and Enablers of Low-Emissions Pathways

Meeting the challenge of climate change requires worldwide action from all sectors of society. Throughout this transition, oil and gas will have a role to play within the mix of energy sources to meet the need for affordable and clean energy products and services.

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Saudi Aramco Joins World Bank’s Initiative Toward Zero Routine Flaring

Saudi Aramco has announced that it is joining the World Bank initiative Zero Routine Flaring by 2030. Flaring by Saudi Aramco has remained at less than 1% of its total raw gas production in the first half of 2019.

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Subsea Pipelines and Structures Support Marine Biodiversity

As offshore oil and gas infrastructure reaches the end of its operational life, owners and regulators will question the best options available to decommission it, with decisions requiring information about the potential ecological value of these structures and the environmental impact of their removal.

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Oil Rig Tragedy Leads to Improved Safety as Robots Step Into Breach

Seadrill’s new Vision IQ system.

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BP Invests in Firm Pushing Forests To Offset Carbon Emissions

BP Ventures has invested $5 million in Finite Resources, the parent company of Finite Carbon, a US-based company working to manage forest carbon. The investment will enable Finite Carbon to grow a new line of business to incentivize sustainable forest management, financed by businesses seeking to offset carbon emissions.

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HSE Focus : Getting to Zero and Beyond

Introduction The oil and gas industry was started by visionaries and wildcatters who foresaw a brighter future and werewilling to scrap the status quo and take steps to achieve their vision. For the industry to reposition itself forthe future today, it needs an injection of the same willingness to cast aside some strongly held legacy beliefsand practices and take the next leap forward—achieving zero harm.

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