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Health, Safety, and Environment

All online education for the Health, Safety, and Environment discipline.

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  • Produced Water Treatment and Reuse – A Global Perspective

    0.1 credits offered Includes a Live Event on 07/17/2019 at 1:00 PM (EDT)

    This Webinar will compare and contrast the different types of produced water and the different ways in which produced water is handled in various regions around the globe. The objective is to demonstrate how different factors, which vary from one region to another, such as hydrocarbon development, produced water type, regulations, water scarcity, and water volumes result in dramatically different strategies for disposing and/or reusing produced water.

  • 21st Century Ocean Energy Safety Research Roadmap

    0.15 credits offered Includes a Live Event on 07/23/2019 at 9:30 AM (EDT)

    ​A research roadmap, based on data and input from experts across the offshore oil and gas industries, was developed to help prioritize R&D investments to improve offshore health, safety, environmental performance. The final report focuses on the Gulf of Mexico, while incorporating applicable findings and research from all offshore regions where oil and gas is produced.

All Online Education

  • Use of Drones in Mechanical Integrity and Process Safety Assurance

    1 credit offered

    Anadarko has created an internal drone department called the Aerial and Visual Analytics Team and one of their primary responsibilities is the safe and efficient deployment and management of drones in our theaters of operations around the world. Information will cover the areas of interest for training pilots to conduct safe and productive flights to generate the data our business units need to make better, more timely decisions. This enhanced training program also reduces net risk and effects lower LOE.

  • IEA Sustainability Scenarios

    0.15 credits offered

    ​Scenarios for outlooks of energy demand and supply are important tools for policy makers and the industry to evaluate the impact of policy options on a number of societal development issues. Most of the outlooks incorporate a scenario with current (or announced) policies; they may also include variations, such as sensitivity analysis on exogenous factors (such as economic growth), or more fundamental changes such as strong carbon-reduction measures.

  • How to Build and Manage a Team of Community Liaison Officers

    0.15 credits offered

    Community liaison officers play a critical role in developing and maintaining relationships with communities in and around the sites of company operations. When their role is structured and supported well, they make an essential contribution to a company’s social licence to operate; they are key to the implementation of international standards and other corporate commitments; they provide insight and local knowledge which enhances the company’s ability to manage a range of risks and uncertainties; and they are a familiar and accessible face with whom community members can raise concerns, realise opportunities and resolve grievances.

  • CCS and Mid-century Strategies for the Energy Transition

    0.1 credits offered

    Dozens of leading studies (IPCC, governments, think tanks, NGOs) analyze what needs to be done to manage climate change risk and limit global temperature rise to 2C or 1.5C by 2050. ERM has reviewed a range of these studies and found that Carbon Capture and Storage (CCS) arises in all of them as a key response option necessary to achieve the outcome. ERM will summarize the energy transition pathways suggested by such studies, highlight the role of CCS in them and contrast that outlook with the status of CCS today.

  • Insights from Engagements with 144 Safety Functional Leaders

    0.15 credits offered

    SPE presents this webinar to share the findings from in-depth interviews with 144 senior safety functional leaders (> 70% VPs of Safety or above) from 120 corporations which collectively employ more than 6.8 million employees and with combined revenues of US $4.2 trillion, operating across a wide range of industry sectors.