SPE International Conference and Exhibition on Health, Safety, Security, Environment, and Social Responsibility 16 - 18 Apr 2018 Abu Dhabi, UAE

Agenda

Monday, April 16

07:30 - 17:00
09:00 - 09:30
09:30 - 11:00
09:30 - 11:00
09:30 - 11:00
10:00 - 17:00
11:00 - 12:30
12:30 - 13:30
13:30 - 15:00
Special Session 1: Labour Welfare Standards and Global Best Practices Meeting Room 3
Moderator(s) Kjerstin Lange, Statoil; Helen Murphy, IPIECA

One of the common challenges all sectors within the oil and gas value chain currently face is planning for the sustained availability of a skilled workforce and ensuring that the highest standards of labour welfare are applied alongside the influx of locally-hired and migrant workers required to support current operations and planned business growth. Managing labour risks in the supply chain, therefore, makes strong business sense. It helps to minimise business and project disruptions, benefits an organisation’s reputation, can provide a competitive advantage, and gives assurance to stakeholders and shareholders that an organisation is in control of its supply chain.  Whilst policy frameworks for worker welfare and labour standards continue to evolve worldwide, labour risks, particularly, in relation to suppliers, contractors and third tiers in the supply chain require an in-depth understanding of risk exposure, the application of workable controls, as well as continuously monitoring and adjusting the local implementation of these controls. These key steps to managing labour risk exposure for a project or investment will be discussed by our panelists.

13:30 - 15:00
Panel Session 1: Human Factors and Learning from Incidents Mezzoon 3 and 4
Moderator(s) Mohammed Abdulqader, Saudi Aramco; Sergey Peresypkin, Baker Hughes, a GE company; Karin Witton, Weatherford

What has the industrial world learnt and changed with regard to HSSE & SR since Herbert W. Heinrich introduced his famous Incident Pyramid in 1931?  Heinrich’s work denounced human unsafe acts as the proximate causes for 88% of all workplace accidents and entailed a revolution in the behaviour-based safety and safety leadership in managing humans at work. In this session, we will endeavour to explore our successes, failures and breakthrough ideas in two primary components of a sustainable HSE culture: human factors and learning from the incidents. As we explore this topic, we would like to pose some very challenging notions to our HSE leadership’s three sacred cows:

  • Target zero has been our common goal for a while now, fully embraced and committed to by all players across the world’s value chain but did this goal really improve our focus on safety in general? Is it really achievable or just another well-designed concept which actually creates the roadblocks and disablers to a real HSE culture breakthrough, suppressing the incident reporting or incident rates, creating numerical acrobatics to keep the HSE performance slates clean and subsequently fails to encourage learning and improvement?
  • Does behaviour-based safety facilitate cultural improvements and shifts providing companies with effective cultural KPI’s? Or has it become just another numbers game, whose rules are well-known and understood by both the employees and the leadership? Are we content and satisfied with our behaviour-based safety programmes as long as our safety observations quotas are met or exceeded which cause us to miss some important and critical indicators before it is too late?
  • Has our lessons learnt/alert approach: “incident → create an alert → send out“, really prevented any single incident among our own companies and contractors? Most likely, none of us could claim such an honour with 100% confidence and unbending certainty. So what can we do to be open, develop the industry pathways, and learn from each other’s lessons to become more effective, reliable and safe?

We do not have ready-now answers and welcome your opinions, ideas, initiatives, and working solutions to share with the industry community. 

13:30 - 15:00
01  Air Quality and Emissions Management Meeting Room 2
Time Paper # Presentation
1330-1350 190578 Upstream Energy Benchmarking - Identifying Energy Improvement and Greenhouse gas Reduction Opportunities for Current and Future Operations, Including Technology gaps D.M. Wright, BP
1350-1410 190587 Greenhouse Gas Emissions Along The Norwegian Gas Value Chain J. Leyris, Statoil ASA
1410-1430 190601 Mission to End Emission A. Sevideen, B. Venugopal, A. Shafiulla, R. Bala Murugan, ADNOC Gas Processing
1430-1450 190499 CO2 Fracturing, CO2 Enhanced Recovery, and CO2 Geological Storage: Pre-Post (Digital Rock) Analysis of Bakken Shale Treated with CO2 J. Goral, M.D. Deo, The University of Utah
Alternate 190497 Elements And Enablers Of Low-emissions Pathways L. Perez Bajo, IPIECA; M. Fawcett, ConocoPhillips; F. Journet-Cuenot, Total
Alternate 190650 Zakum Journey Towards Energy Excellence L.Z. ADMA-OPCO, ADMA-OPCO
Alternate 190502 A Case Study of Greenhouse Gas Emission Measurements and Reduction Potential Evaluation during Oil & Gas Production in China Y. Weng, CNPC Research Institute of Safety & Environment Technology; X. Cui, CNPC Research Institute of Safety and Environmental Technology; M. Xue, L. Song, W. Xu, CNPC Research Institute of Safety & Environment Technology
15:00 - 15:30
15:00 - 15:30
15:30 - 17:00
Panel Session 2: Climate Change and Sustainable Development – Why Upstream Oil and Gas is a Major Player? Mezzoon 4
Moderator(s) Nicholas Abrahams and Johana Dunlop, Schlumberger; Sarah Sinjab, ADNOC; Brian Sullivan, IPIECA

Following the two major global agreements in 2015: the 2030 agenda for sustainable development, incorporating the sustainable development goals; followed by the Paris climate change agreement, the world is increasing its focus on implementation. The global oil and gas industry has a major role to play in both sustainable development and achieving the aims of the Paris agreement and this panel will focus on the upstream industry’s specific contribution through:

  • Provision of energy - Meeting the world’s energy needs to support sustainable development and provision of gas as a lower carbon fuel.
  • Managing our emissions through implementation of CCS, methane emission and flaring reduction, and energy efficiency.
  • Responsible operations focusing on environmental and social good practice. 

The panel will comprise of speakers from intergovernmental organisations, stakeholder groups and industry, where the discussion will raise awareness of current good practices and opportunities to increase the contribution from the industry to meeting these important global goals.

15:30 - 17:00
02  Process Safety: Human Factor and Performance I Meeting Room 2
Time Paper # Presentation
1530-1550 190670 A Method for Assessing the Quality of Proactive Operator Monitoring as a Safety Barrier in Service Company Operations R. McLeod, Ron McLeod Ltd; M.D. Novia, L. Nonno, N. Easton, S. Acton, Baker Hughes, a GE Company
1550-1610 190604 The Great Risk Delusion G.H. Roberts, ERM
1610-1630 190610 An Applied Behavior Science Project; Rig Floor Safety W.J. Capote Mendoza, P. Bordage, A. Boz, N. Febles, V. Noya, Schlumberger; C. Hebein, University of Nevada Reno
1630-1650 190622 The Psychological Safety Of Oil And Gas Workers In The Arctic Y.A. Korneeva, N.N. Simonova, Northern Arctic Federal University
Alternate 190620 The Legacy of Piper Alpha 30 Years on: is the Oil Industry Doing Enough About Process Safety? H.N. Saadawi, Ringstone Petroleum Consultants LLC
Alternate 190556 “In Safe Hands”: Innovative Simple Tools Enable the Right Touch F. Khan, National Drilling Company; D. Alama, ADNOC Drilling; H.K. Al Owaid, National Drilling Company
15:30 - 17:00
03  Occupational Safety: Transport Safety Meeting Room 3
Time Paper # Presentation
1530-1550 190685 Safe Driving - Lessons Learned in Organising a Large Transportation Project P.A. Hudson, Hudson Global Consulting Ltd.
1550-1610 190645 Road Risk Analysis and VTS Geo-Fencing: A new concept implemented during the urban seismic acquisition operations to eliminate/minimize the Motor Vehicle Accidents R.A. Minhaj, M. Al-Awadi, B. Al-Ajmi, M. Al-Enezi, Kuwait Oil Company
1610-1630 190554 Barrier Analysis & Strengthening to Eliminate Road Traffic Accidents in Oil Fields M.R. Tayab, Abu Dhabi Co For Onshore Petroleum Operations Ltd; S. Valappil, G. Kashwani, Abu Dhabi Company for Onshore Petroleum Operations Ltd
1630-1650 190534 A Holistic Approach To Manage Road Transportation Safety At Garraf, Iraq S. Badzri, A.B. Abd Hamid, Petronas
Alternate 190585 Using Tripod Beta Method For Identification Of Underlying Causes Related To Setting Utilization Rates In The Root Cause Analysis Of Transport Safety Related Incidents S. Kocic, Petroleum Development Oman
15:30 - 17:00
04  Occupational Medicine For A Healthy Workforce And A Safe Workplace Meeting Room 4
Time Paper # Presentation
1530-1550 190530 Establishing Guidance for Contractor Fitness for Duty U. Irikannu, Chevron
1550-1610 190673 Tele-cardiology At Remote Sites F. Mika, I. Petrov, M. Prso, Saipem SpA; B.N. HUSEN, Saipem SpA Croatian Branch; G. Saada, Saipem SA
1610-1630 190495 Effective Prevention of Tuberculosis Transmission in Oil and Gas Workplaces: A Programmatic Approach M. Diara, ExxonMobil
1630-1650 190648 Firefighter Fitness Programme G. Stewart, Abu Dhabi Gas Industries Ltd
Alternate 190631 Obstructive Sleep Apnea (OSA) As A Cause Of Resistant Fatigue In The Safety Sensitive Workforce. S. Levy, L. Turl, L. Emma, J. Davis-street, Chevron Corporation
Alternate 190555 Medical Suitability for Expatriate Assignment - Risk based Approach P. Manlapaz, Chevron Corporation

Tuesday, April 17

08:00 - 16:00
09:00 - 17:00
09:00 - 10:30
05  Occupational Safety: Physical Hazards Mezzoon Ballroom 4
Time Paper # Presentation
0900-0920 190686 Relaunch of the IOGP Recommended Practice for safety in lifting and hoisting operations 2018 G. Lawrie, OMV
0920-0940 190623 Implementation of Industry Best Practice using a Risk-Based Approach: DROPS - A Case Study K. Walker, B.L. McBeath, Schlumberger Limited
0940-1000 190628 Dropped Objects - The Journey to Elimination A. Clarke, BP plc
1000-1020 190518 Choice not Chance: A Dropped Objects Prevention Campaign Based on Emotional Engagement and Personal Choice D. Matkin, D. Scotti, Saipem SpA
Alternate 190688 A Greater Protection Of Operators' Occupational Health Through The Elimination Of Sledge Hammer Use S.M. Shehata, National Drilling Company
Alternate 190624 Eliminate Dropped Object Risks While Pipe Drifting Operations (drift Catcher Sub)
I.K. Moustafa, Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Co.
09:00 - 10:30
06  Process Safety: Asset Integrity Meeting Room 1
Time Paper # Presentation
0900-0920 190640 Asset Integrity within the Offshore Construction Industry⋯ Going beyond the Operators best practices S. Passarella, Saipem SpA
0920-0940 190651 The Future of Asset Integrity of Ageing Facilities: A Case Study of Process Safety of Crude Transport Pipelines. T.T. SHAAPERA, ADCO
0940-1000 190618 Safety Design Integrity Review for Aged Oil and Gas facilities K. Nitta, K. Tanigawa, JGC Corporation
1000-1020 190496 Remote Sensing Technologies For Detecting, Visualizing and Quantifying Gas Leaks X. Watremez, A. Marble, T. Baron, X. Marcarian, D. Dubucq, Total; P. Foucher, ONERA; M. Chamberland, J. Gagnon, Telops
Alternate 190547 Integrity Assurance of non-Piggable High Pressure Gas Flow lines M.I. Al Janahi, A.H. Elkhatib, ADNOC onshore; T. Al Mazrouei, ADNOC; S. Al Menhali, G. Al Katheiri, ADNOC onshore
Alternate 190531 Risk Assessment for Increase in Plant Capacity Z. Shahabuddin, Abu Dhabi Oil Refining Company
09:00 - 10:30
07  Waste Management Meeting Room 2
Time Paper # Presentation
0900-0920 190566 Treatment of Oil-Impacted Soil and Oily Waste: Overview of Two Field Demonstration Projects G. SABADELL, Chevron ETC; D. Thomas, P. Bireta, Chevron Energy Technology Company; G. Scholes, C. Murray, B. Boulay, G. Grant, D. Major, Savron
0920-0940 190609 An Integrated Approach to Manage Drilling Waste to Minimise Environmental Impacts M.R. Tayab, Abu Dhabi Co For Onshore Petroleum Operations Ltd; D. Sandra, M. Alhammami, T. Mohamed, G. Kashwani, Abu Dhabi Company for Onshore Petroleum Operations Ltd
0940-1000 190655 Experimental Investigation of Bio-degradable Environmental Friendly Drilling Fluid Additives Generated from Waste M.T. Al-saba, W.K. Amadi, Australian College Of Kuwait; M.F. Al Dushaishi, Texas A&M International University
1000-1020 190588 Iraq Operations’ Five (5) Years Waste Management Blue Print to Manage Waste in Remote Environment of Garraf, Iraq Operations A. Che Arshad, S. Badzri, PETRONAS Carigali; M.B. Yaacob, Petronas
Alternate 190500 Modeling Offshore Drill Cuttings Discharge C. Zhang, ExxonMobil Upstream Research Co.
Alternate 190564 Potential Application of Crude Oil Degrading Bacteria in Oil Spill and Waste Management M. Al Mujaini, S.J. Joshi, N. Sivakumar, S.N. Al-Bahry, Sultan Qaboos University
09:00 - 10:30
08  Creating Shared Value: Collaboration, Partnership, Investment Meeting Room 3
Time Paper # Presentation
0900-0920 190522 Evaluate the Global Social Performance generated by Saipem’s local content strategy E. Charlot-Clarisse, Saipem SA
0920-0940 190666 Managing Social Impacts of Labor Influx J.P. Wagner, S. Dowse, M. Orenstein, M. Jones, Plexus Energy; D. Owen, World Bank
0940-1000 190602 Monitoring and evaluation of Social Investment H. Murphy, IPIECA; T.V. Tural.Valiyev@uk.bp.com, BP; A. Abdullah, PETRONAS (Kuala Lumpur)
1000-1020 190677 The Rise of Sustainable Finance: Implications for the Oil and Gas Sector A.S. Khalsa, Acorn International LLC; A. Logan, Ceres Inc
Alternate 190519 George Wilson G. Wilson, Sirius
Alternate 190580 The Reshaping of an Industrial District: a real business-case for community investment D. Strippoli, ERM; F. Palmisani, Eni
Alternate 190539 Working In Partnership to Deliver Oman’s Solar Schools Project J. Robinson, Shell Development Oman LLC
09:00 - 10:30
09  Protecting Workers Health-Innovations In Industrial Hygiene Meeting Room 4
Time Paper # Presentation
0900-0920 190591 Analysis of Mercury Exposure Concentrations from Fugitive Emissions and Maintenance Activities in Oil and Gas Processes P. Chandrahasan, I. Robertson, Genesis Oil and Gas
0920-0940 190617 Wireless Area Telemetry Network for Gas Detection: Indigenous Product Development in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia M. Hussein, Rawabi United Safety Services; U.A. Shaikh, Rawabi Holding; F. Mudawwar, I. Khayyat, Rawabi United Safety Services
0940-1000 190498 Modelling Toxicity Behaviour Of Engineered Nanoparticles Using Computational Intelligence Approach T.O. Odedele, Raw Materials Research and Development Council
1000-1020 190486 Eliminating Use of Radioactive Source while Drilling M.M. Abdel Hay, A.E. Eliwa, M.S. Alhosani, M.A. Al Nuaimi, B.N. Kodiah, Abu Dhabi Co For Onshore Petroleum Operations Ltd
Alternate 190667 Identification, Investigation, Reporting and Management of Occupational Illnesses in ADCO S.M. Al Hammadi, Z. Rasulova, A. Marshoodi, N. Al Kaabi, A. Khalid, ADCO
Alternate 190570 Strategic Partnerships for Reducing Health Risks in the Workplace F. Rizk, S. Webb, C. Isaacs, ExxonMobil
10:30 - 11:00
10:30 - 11:00
11:00 - 12:30
Panel Session 3: Sustainable Health and Well-Being in the Oil and Gas: Focusing on Human Capital Inside and Outside the Fence Mezzoon 4
Moderator(s) Huma Abbasi, Chevron; Aaesha Ali Abdulrahman Hashem, ADNOC

The oil and gas industry has sustained global economic development for decades. It has contributed to wealth generation and high standards of living in the oil-producing countries. Social development and development of human capital have been an aspiration for most of these countries. The oil and gas industry can play a major role in supporting sustainable social development through well-established programmes that address health and well-being inside and outside its fences. The interdependence of healthy workforces, healthy communities, and organisational success is undeniable. Many companies are developing robust programmes that focus on prevention of chronic diseases and sustaining the health of their ageing workforces. The WHO healthy workplace framework describes enterprise community involvement as a key pillar for sustaining a healthy workplace. The industry can also leverage its wealth of experience in providing programmes to its employees and local communities, to partner with governments and other stakeholders in developing and delivering interventions that address wider national health needs.

11:00 - 12:30
10  Environmental Impact Assessment Meeting Room 2
Time Paper # Presentation
1100-1120 190678 The Environmental Management Index (EMI) - A proposed methodology for environmental risks and impacts management for the Oil & Gas Industry I. Najera, Repsol; J. Miguelez, T. Ostolaza, Advisian; S.K. Firth, Firth Consultants; M. Lauria, Advisian; C.A. Salvador, C. Santamaria, Repsol
1120-1140 190540 ERA Acute - Implementation of a New Method for Environmental Risk Assessment of Acute Offshore Oil Spills J. Libre, TOTAL; T. Waterloo Rogstad, STATOIL; G. Kjeilen-Eilertsen, TOTAL; C. Fjeld Nygaard, STATOIL; C. Stephansen, Akvaplan-niva; O. Brude, DNV-GL; A. Bjørgesæter, Acona; U. Brönner, SINTEF
1140-1200 190589 Innovative Drilling Platform Preserves Sensitive Habitat C.P. Thomas, Occidental Petroleum Corp.; J. Lopez, Occidental Petroleum
1200-1220 190507 Seismic Acquisition: Going the Extra Environmental Mile G.A. Casson, ADNOC
Alternate 190593 Emerging Concepts For Environmental Impact Management: Expectations And Reality A. Gray, IPIECA; S. Werner, ExxonMobil
Alternate 190584 Environment & Social Impact Assessment: Embedding No Net Loss/Net Gain calculation into the process to optimize impact mitigation C. Jennet, D. Ochanda, O. Konovalova, Total E&P
Alternate 190641 Costa Norte Project: Enhancing Environmental Protection Against Oil Spills in the Northern Brazilian Coast Through the Combination of Data Collection, Numerical Forecasts and Impact Assessment M.C. Pessoa, Queiroz Galvao Exploracao & Producao SA; J.D. Pellegrini, M. Fragoso, Prooceano; A. Guedes, Queiroz Galvao Exploracao e Producao S.A.
11:00 - 00:30
11  Operational Excellence: Driving a Consistent Message Meeting Room 3
Time Paper # Presentation
1100-1120 190581 Development, Adoption and Implementation of Global Fabrication Site Construction Safety Recommended Practices N. Popat, B. Perkins, N. Vassiliev, O. Reyes Valdes, Shell International Exploration and Production; C. Hawkes, M. Carvalho, International Association of Oil and Gas Producers
1120-1140 190672 Implementing IOGP 423 - HSE Management Guideline For Working Together In A Contract Environment P. van Dam, Shell International Exploration and Production B.V.; M. Carvalho, International Association of Oil and Gas Producers
1140-1200 190520 An Innovative Communication Strategy to Spread Life Saving Rules Companywide D. Matkin, D. Scotti, Saipem SpA
1200-1220 190559 Why Major Accidents Still Happen In The Oil And Gas Industry B.O. Holst, Statoil Norway
Alternate 190491 What to Do if HSE Performance Flattens Out? Resuming Your Drive to ZERO S. Arendt, O. Suarez, ABS Consulting
Alternate 190544 Operational Excellence in Drilling through Integration of HSE Barriers During Well Planning M.R. Tayab, ADNOC
11:00 - 12:30
12  The Constant Challenge: Addressing the Human Element Meeting Room 4
Time Paper # Presentation
1100-1120 190630 Wellsite Risk Management Improvement Including Human Factors T.L. Knode, Athlon Solutions LLC; N. Ritchie, vPSI Group LLC; D. Schonacher, Nexen Energy ULC
1120-1140 190653 "Fixing" Human Error - Fresh Thinking for Managing Non-Compliant Behaviors P.V. Bridle, Pegasus Risk Management LLC
1140-1200 190619 Behavioral Safety: Setting Strategic Objectives to Reduce Workplace Accidents A. Al Halyan, Abu Dhabi Company for Onshore Petroleum Operations Ltd.
1200-1220 190513 Human Factors in the Constructability Process M. Palazzolo, A. Spingardi, Saipem
Alternate 190535 Enhancing Risk Management Process on rigs through e-JSA M. Salama, G. Mahesh, H.K. Al Owaid, National Drilling Company
12:30 - 13:30
13:30 - 15:00
Panel Session 4: How an Engaged and Informed Workforce Enhances the Process Safety Culture and Strengthens Asset Integrity? Mezzoon 4
Moderator(s) Abdul Nasser Al Mughairbi, ADNOC; Zubair J. Awan, ADNOC; Sue Staley, Shell

A robust and effective Process Safety Management (PSM) system requires that leaders engage with and involve the workforce in building an environment that manages hazards and risks so that no releases occur. Standard approaches to Process Safety Management, such as OSHA PSM (1910.119), and the CCPS Risk Based Process Safety Model, highlight employee participation and workforce involvement as cornerstones for process safety excellence.

All the core elements of PSM, e.g. maintaining asset integrity, robust operating procedures, equipment inspection and repair, implementing management of change, conducting an incident investigation, etc., are enhanced by visible leadership and strong workforce participation. A cooperative participatory environment with a two-way flow of communication on process safety and accountability at all levels of an organisation is needed to create the strong safety culture required to eliminate incidents. Innovative leadership can set the tone and, by setting clear expectations and through visible personal commitment, promotes the required collective care in the organisation. This approach will develop, maintain, and enable the workforce to participate in an improved process safety culture and strengthen operational reliability and asset integrity. 

Accordingly, panel discussions are envisioned to share existing best practices and solutions for:

  • Maximising opportunities for active participation of workforce in risk management activities
  • Demonstrating visible and felt leadership
  • Empowering the workforce to improve safe work practices
  • Unlocking the potential expertise that lies within the hands-on experience from operating the process and maintaining the assets
  • Learning from industry process safety events and ensuring cascading down to the grass root level to avoid recurrence
  • Establishing an interdependent relationship between the asset leadership and the workforce at all levels
13:30 - 15:00
13  Planning for the Unexpected: Are we Ready? Meeting Room 2
Time Paper # Presentation
1330-1350 190582 Health, Safety, Security, Environment and Social Responsibility Integrated Cybersecurity Solutions for Oil and Gas Operations M.A. AlGhazal, M.J. Aljubran, Saudi Aramco
1350-1410 190524 Solving Community Protection for Inhabited Areas on an Peninsula Close to an Offshore Drilling Site: A Case Study for Shuwaihat Island, Abu Dhabi, UAE K. Sabet, United Safety; H. Groeschke, M. Zeidler, Wintershall Gmbh
1410-1430 190626 Search And Rescue operations for logistic, drilling and seismic operations in dense jungle in Papua New Guinea A. David, TOTAL SA
1430-1450 190592 Full Tensor Gradiometry: HSE Perspective for SAR in Malaysia Operation Z. Sungip, PETRONAS
Alternate 190662 That Wasn't Supposed to Happen! Emergency Response Planning With Unforeseen High Consequence Low Probability Events. P.A. Hudson, Hudson Global Consulting Ltd.
Alternate 190549 A Risk-Based Approach to the Assessment of Aviation Emergency Response K. Walker, O. Oeen, Schlumberger Limited
13:30 - 15:00
14  Sustainability and Operations: Four Elements of a Sustainability Management System Meeting Room 3
Time Paper # Presentation
1330-1350 190550 Sustainable Development Goals Atlas A. Collins, S. Depraz, IPIECA
1350-1410 190627 Development of a set of operative Sustainability Instructions for the Upstream business - a case Study C. Sacco, V. Ursino, ERM; P. Turati, Eni Upstream; M. Gallego Garrido, ERM
1410-1430 190679 Socio-economic Effects Monitoring - Observations on an Emerging Best Practice J.P. Wagner, S. Dowse, Plexus Energy
1430-1450 190506 Integration of United Nations Sustainable Development Goals into Service Company Sustainability Reporting: Material Issues for the Triple Bottom Line A. James, Halliburton
Alternate 190541 Southern Area Oil Operations Continuing Journey of Sustainability E. Ayoubi, Saudi Aramco SAOO
Alternate 190557 Mainstreaming Biodiversity and Ecosystem Services Management into the Sustainable Development Agenda to 2030. A. Gray, IPIECA; G. Roseboom, Shell; M. Johnston, BP
13:30 - 15:00
15  Remote Health Care Provision in Complex and Demanding Locations Meeting Room 4
Time Paper # Presentation
1330-1350 190636 Medical and Health Program Support to Remote Drilling Operations in an Offshore Environment C.R. Penniall, C. Hall, ExxonMobil
1350-1410 190689 Challenges and Effective Strategy for Managing Occupational Health and Industrial Hygiene in Remote Environments of Garraf Operation , Iraq S. Badzri, PETRONAS Carigali Iraq BV
1410-1430 190664 Coping With the Extremes of the Sahara Desert S.D. Todd, JGC
1430-1450 190625 New Offshore Medevac Strategy Using Fsivs J. Courandier, Total
Alternate 190568 Managing Disabilities of Non-US employees residing in the Americas N.A. Okoro, Chevron Services Co.; J. Dimitroff, Chevron Services Co
Alternate 190643 Offshore Medical Evacuation - The Malaysian Experience S. SIVAPIRATHOSHAN, PETRONAS (Kuala Lumpur)
15:00 - 15:30
15:00 - 15:30
15:30 - 17:00
15:30 - 17:00
16  Journey Through Safety Culture Transformation I Meeting Room 1
Time Paper # Presentation
1530-1550 190594 The Long and Winding Road to a ‘Just Culture’ J. Groeneweg, Leiden University / Delft University of Technology; E. Ter Mors, E. van Leeuwen, Leiden University
1550-1610 190511 Transforming Oil & Gas Safety Culture by Affecting Human Experience S.J. Jose, North Highland; A. Phadke, Statoil; S.C. Hilliard, Statoil ASA; S. Galloway, ProAct Safety Inc; G. Fletcher, North Highland
1610-1630 190676 Moving Up The Culture Ladder: Creation and Application of Management Methods to Guide Organisations Towards Generative, a Case Study. T.G. Hudson, P.T. Hudson, Hudson Global Consulting
1630-1650 190569 Creating and Sustaining HSE/Process Safety Culture and Leadership - How KNPC Is Pursuing Sustainable Performance and Operational Excellence S. Arendt, ABS Consulting; N. Alsaleh, Kuwait National Peroleum Company; O. Suarez, ABS Consulting
Alternate 190558 Just Culture & Root Cause Analysis - A Necessary Marriage L. Perkinson, Saudi Aramco (UPDC)
Alternate 190671 Transforming Your Culture of Safety: Time To Lead T. Patwa, Nabors
15:30 - 17:00
17  Biodiversity and Sensitive Environments Meeting Room 2
Time Paper # Presentation
1530-1550 190528 Monitoring Biodiversity in Critical Habitats: Case Study From PNGLNG Project, Papua New Guinea L. Dresser, J. Mogina, A. Mosby, ExxonMobil PNG Limited; S.J. Richards, Department of Herpetology South Australian Museum; I. Woxvold, Museum Victoria Sciences Department
1550-1610 190523 Methodology For Minimizing Environmental Impacts During A Seismic Survey By Applying An Ecological Avoidance Program D. Ochanda, C. Jennet, Total E&P; B. Kampala, Total SA; L. Cazes, Total E&P
1610-1630 190576 Detection Of Drill Cuttings Deposition On The Sea Floor - Comparison Between Underwater Hyperspectral Imagery And The Human Eye. S.K. Cochrane, Akvaplan-niva; J.E. Paulsen, ENI Norge AS; S.E. Ekehaug, I. Myrnes Hansen, Ecotone AS; E. Refit, R. Pettersen, Akvaplan-niva; L. Sandvik Aas, Ecotone AS; M. Sportelli, Eni E&P; D. Magherini, AGIP SpA
1630-1650 190605 Reducing Acoustic Environmental Impact of Marine Seismic Exploration J.R. Tulett, Schlumberger; R. Laws, Schlumberger Gould Research; M. Supawala, WesternGeco AS
Alternate 190657 Biodiversity Management In An o&G Company: From Theory To Practice R. Fernandez-Casatejada, Repsol E&P; C. Santamaria, Repsol
Alternate 190562 Cohabitation and co-operation between oil activities and Environmental Sensitive areas in Mender Field, UAE V. Reddy, ADCO
15:30 - 17:00
18  Respecting Human Rights: Engagement, Conflict Resolution and Security Best Practices Meeting Room 3
Time Paper # Presentation
1530-1550 190668 Moving From Conflict to Engagement With a Marginalised Community in Iraq Generates Mutual Trust, Improved Security and Business Continuity B. Skerritt, C. Boyd, H. Al-Mudhaffar, Rumaila Operating Organisation; J. McDonald, BP plc; A. Roscoe, Safestainable GmbH
1550-1610 190598 Land Access and Resettlement: Working with Government and Oil & Gas partners to develop a common framework for Land Access M. Pollard, M. MUYOBO, Total E&P Uganda
1610-1630 190483 Security Related Human Rights - Correct Risk Management for all Scenarios K. Hunt, Submitting as an individual
1630-1650 190574 Practical Application of Free Prior Informed Consent J. Grobler, Royal Dutch Shell
Alternate 190553 Peoples in Voluntary Isolation, Hydrocarbon Exploration and Recommended Practices - Ten Years After F.L. Benalcazar, APD Proyectos Cia Ltda; M.W. Thurber, WALSH
Alternate 190684 Addressing Cultural Heritage and Human Rights: Integration of Archaeological Impact Management in sensitive O&G operations (Bolivia) I. ROCA ORTIZ, Total E&P Bolivia
15:30 - 17:00
19  Process Safety: Barrier Management Meeting Room 4
Time Paper # Presentation
1530-1550 190633 ‘Famous’ Barriers, A Novel Approach To Improving Management Understanding Of Critical Functions. T.G. Hudson, Hudson Global Consulting
1550-1610 190583 Approach for Explosion Risk Analysis on Offshore Installations in EPC Phase J. MAC MAHON, National Petroleum Construction Company
1610-1630 190690 Proactive Operator Monitoring as a Safety Barrier to a Global Service Company R. McLeod, Ron McLeod Ltd; M. Novia, L. Nonno, Baker Hughes
1630-1650 190509 Barrier-Based Approach in Monitoring Risk Reduction Measures Associated With Major Accident Scenarios P.T. Aberenika, A.L. Wokomah, I.A. Anozie, Total E&P Nigeria Ltd.
Alternate 190660 Bowtie Barriers - Adding Offense to Defensive Risk Reduction Models P. Haydock, CGE RISK MANAGEMENT SOLUTIONS
Alternate 190525 Implementing Continuous Improvement in Hazard Studies M.J. Godrey, BP Exploration Operating Co
Alternate 190532 Safety Critical Element (SCE) Management M. AHMAD, PETRONAS Carigali

Wednesday, April 18

08:00 - 15:00
08:00 - 17:00
09:00 - 10:30
Special Session 3: Technology Innovation and the Role of Big Data Analytics Mezzoon 4
Moderator(s) Abdul Nasser Al Mughairbi, ADNOC; Elie Daher, United Safety International

The advancements in digital technologies and how they are used and applied in the oil and gas industry have been growing on a large scale. Using big data to gain new insights improves the bottom line and leads to a true competitive advantage in the oil and gas sector. 

The oil and gas companies are beginning to create big data initiatives from exploration and production to oilfield services and transportation. Top companies are designing and deploying technology that can help them pursue new business opportunities, reduce costs, and streamline operations.

In this panel, we discuss key topics such as sources of data, principal drivers to using big data, various uses in conventional ways and in new ways and ideas that have never been explored before, how to adapt to it, and how we would benefit from big data analytics in the near future in terms of efficiencies, recovery, and cost reduction.

09:00 - 10:30
20  Journey Through Safety Culture Transformation II Meeting Room 1
Time Paper # Presentation
0900-0920 190545 Industry Safety Data, What Is It Telling Us? K. Walker, Schlumberger Limited; C.J. Hawkes, W. Poore, M. Carvalho, IOGP
0920-0940 190485 Getting to Zero and Beyond J. Hinton, Baker Hughes, a GE company; C.M. Glencross, True North Concepts Inc.; T. Zamora, Safer Oil; T.L. Knode, Athlon Solutions LLC; A. Dingee, The Frontline Group
0940-1000 190573 We Want Zero! - Using LATERAL Thinking Strategies to Address a Fundamental Question: “What is Preventing Us to Achieve Zero?” D. Matkin, D. Scotti, Saipem SpA
1000-1020 190542 Incident Investigation: A Culture Change Tool? L. Perkinson, Saudi Aramco (UPDC)
Alternate 190571 Upstream Hearts & Minds Program - at Malaysia’s Asset(Sabah Assets Experiences) S. AZMEE, PETRONAS Carigali; A.B. Mohd Ariffin, Petronas
Alternate 190529 "AHSANT" a Behavior based Rig Injury Prevention Program A. Tauseef, K.H. Shehabeldeen, ADC
09:00 - 10:30
21  Spills Prevention and Emergency Response Meeting Room 2
Time Paper # Presentation
0900-0920 190614 Common Operating Picture for the 21st Century: Oil Spill Surveillance, Modeling and Visualization redefined R.T. Cox, IPIECA; R. Santner, BP; M. Cramer, Conocophillips; R. Hall, Statoil; L. Kryla-Straszewska, IOGP; C. Frazier, American Petroleum Institute
0920-0940 190687 Oil Spill Response Viability Analysis for the Norwegian Continental Shelf integrated in a web based planning tool H.P. Dahlslett, A. Rudberg, G. Gravir, O.W. Brude, Ø. Aarnes, DNV GL; R. Bergstrøm, S. Lunde, Norwegian Coastal Administration
0940-1000 190638 Real World Spill Response Optimisation S. Gibbons, ERM
1000-1020 190632 Early Detection as a tool to bridge Prevention and Response barriers for Oil Spills. A. PEREZ-LEPE, REPSOL
Alternate 190606 From Net Environmental Benefit Analysis to Spill Impact Mitigation Assessment (SIMA) P. Taylor, IPIECA; M. Cramer, Conocophillips; R. Santner, BP; R.T. Cox, IPIECA
Alternate 190586 The application of Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS’s) to improve emergency oil spill response S.L. Hall, C. Moore, Oil Spill Response Ltd
Alternate 190691 Environmental Risks for Oil Spills in Northeastern Ecuador using GIS: Response Times and Vulnerable Areas H. Mayorga, Escuela Politecnica Nacional - Quito Ecuador
Alternate 190484 Oil Spill Cleaning and Recovery by Polyurethane Sponge Coated with Silane Molecules S. DADHICH, L.P. Lalu, PANDIT DEENDAYAL PETROLEUM UNIVERSITY
09:00 - 10:30
22  Sustainable Resource Management: Benefits to Industry Operations and Footprint Meeting Room 3
Time Paper # Presentation
0900-0920 190661 Developing a Carbon Management Strategy for Kuwait Oil Company (KOC) M. Osund-Ireland, AECOM Middle East Limited
0920-0940 190517 Chemical Stewardship Principles for the Oil and Gas Services Sector B. McHenry, Halliburton
Declined 190501 Utilization & Management of Produced Water from CBM Projects B. SHARMA, A. Javed, K. Sharma, P. Garg, University of Petroleum and Energy Studies
1000-1020 190546 The Development and Piloting of an Energy Management Culture Assessment Tool for use in Organisations S. King, Energy Institute; M. Lawrie, Culture Regeneration Associates
Alternate 190674 Feasibility Study of CO2 Sequestration capability in one of the Iranian Carbonate Oil Reservoirs in Order to Reduce Environmental Pollution M. Najafi, National Iranian South Oil Co; E. Ebrahimian, National Iranian Drilling Company; S. Kord, Petroleum University of Technology Iran
Alternate 190492 Establishment of First Drilling Contractor Energy Management System Stimulates Dynamic Optimization H. Al Mulla, NDC
Alternate 190642 Enoc Retail Smart Station “Uae First Solar-powered Service Station” H. Kumar, H. Al Doukhi, ENOC
09:00 - 10:30
23  Process Safety: Well Engineering and Drilling Meeting Room 4
Time Paper # Presentation
0900-0920 190635 Well Safety through Well Control Training - holistic approach to training based on the industry collaboration N. Staina, IOGP; C.J. Hawkes, BP
0920-0940 190603 Full-scale Testing Of Gravity Displacement Of Heavy Fluid In Well Annulus To Stop Gas Migration And Reinstate Operations Safety E. Demirci, Turkish Petroleum; A.K. Wojtanowicz, Louisiana State University
0940-1000 190488 Application Of Probabilistic Well Control Scenario Mapping To Effectivly Manage Operational Risk In Mature Brown Field Assets A. NAIR, D. REES, PETROLEUM DEVELOPMENT OMAN
1000-1020 190659 Development And Testing A New Surface Drilling Blow Out Preventer (bop) Activation Technology. M. Affleck, ARAMCO Overseas Co.; M.B. Gilleland, Saudi Aramco D&WO
Alternate 190490 Assessment of Safety Hazards Related to Sucker Rod Pumped Well Operations M.G. Ghareeb, SSi Artificial Lift
Alternate 190504 Well Integrity Life Cycle M.H. Gouda, PETRONAS
Alternate 190510 Methods of Early Gas Kick Detection and Well Control Risk Assessment in Deepwater Drilling Y. Xu, China University Of Petroleum
10:30 - 11:00
10:30 - 11:00
11:00 - 12:30
Special Session 4: Circular Economy - Engineering Solutions for Sustainability: What's Not to Like! Meeting Room 3
Moderator(s) Johana Dunlop, Jonathan Motherwell

Relying on system-wide innovation and engineering solutions, the circular economy approach seeks to bring a new perspective that considers reuse and regeneration as critical aspects to be considered along with other matters from the earliest stages of designing and constructing assets. Assets for producing petroleum are a great tool during their lifetime, but what is to be done with them when they are no longer of use and what happens to the social capital left behind? These are the questions that arise from closing assets and decommissioning rigs, pipelines, refineries, floating vessels, and gas stations that will be discussed by our panellists.

11:00 - 12:30
Panel Session 5: Leadership and Collaboration/Governance/HSE across the Value Chain Mezzoon 4
Moderator(s) Samar Al Hameedi, ADNOC Offshore; Elie Daher, United Safety International; Patricio Rivera, ADNOC Sour Gas

Effective health and safety performance come from the top; leaders have both collective and individual responsibility for health and safety. The commitment of the leadership needs to be actively and visibly demonstrated. Effective implementation of HSE management systems requires leadership support, commitment, and active involvement. 

Senior leadership is responsible for developing a culture where HSE issues are given due importance and the organisation is motivated to achieve HSE objectives. Further, considering the involvement of multiple stakeholders and the complexity of the HSE issues involved, leadership needs to collaborate and develop partnerships with different entities such as other business and functional groups within the organisation across the value chain and make HSE an integral function of any operation within the company and extend it further to government and non-governmental organisations in order to serve the wider interest of the people and the community at large.

This panel will discuss the leadership role in supporting HSE performance, enhancing its culture, ensuring collaboration across disciplines and divisions and making HSE an integral part of the value chain. Special focus will be put on how HSE will need to shift from a role on minimising losses and complying with regulations to become a core value inherent in all operations and a commitment for providing an injury free operation and maintaining a sustainable environment.

11:00 - 12:30
24  Innovation in Safety: What will they think of Next? Meeting Room 2
Time Paper # Presentation
1100-1120 190579 Adding the ‘Predictive - P’ Into Personal Protective Equipment (PPPE). S.J. Horseman, S.A. Seay, PhD, M. Al - Abrabbuh, Y. Alem, Saudi Aramco
1120-1140 190508 Use of Unmanned Aerial Systems Reduces HES Risks R.E. Hoffmann, Chevron Australia Pty Ltd; I. McAllister, S. Critchley, Chevron Canada Ltd
1140-1200 190615 Seeing the Unseen: Innovative Use of Drones Improves Safety on Asset Integrity S.A. Al Hanaee, D. Chandran, G.M. Devnani, National Drilling Company
1200-1220 190612 How to use Sophisticated Imaging Sensors and Drones to Dramatically Improve Safety and Security in Petroleum Operations L. Shivamber, My Drone Services Inc; A. Beck, Viper Imaging; O. Buschhorn, My Drone Services; R. Shannon, Viper Imaging; B. Mitchell, My Drone Services
Alternate 190595 Smart Automated Designs for better HSE Performance M.A. Akhtar, Abu Dhabi Gas Liquefaction Co.
Alternate 190683 Real-Time Drilling and Well Control Support to Improve Safety and Efficiency of Complex Well Drilling Y. Jiaping, L. Shujie, G. yanan, X. Qiang, R. meipeng, CNOOC Research Institute; K. Qiu, Schlumberger; H. yingming, W. zhiqiang, CNOOC Research Institute
Alternate 190596 Rfid Enabled Sli Data Logging System Enhances Higher Hse Standards In Offshore Crane Operations: H. Al Mulla, NDC
11:00 - 12:30
25  Occupational Medicine Impacting Health in Communities Meeting Room 4
Time Paper # Presentation
1100-1120 190548 A Framework for Colombia’s implementation of UN Guiding Principles on Business and Human Rights J. Ucr%C3%B3s, Oxy Colombia
1120-1140 190560 Linking Longitudinal Morbidity and Mortality Trends in Host Communities to Workplace Disease Control Efforts in the PNG LNG Project N. Kumar, ExxonMobil PNG Ltd; G.R. Krieger, Newfields Inc.
1140-1200 190561 Weatherford Communicable Disease Plan: Mitigating The Disease Threat R.I. Knight, Weatherford International Ltd.
1200-1220 190692 Tuberculosis Screening for Expatriates P. Manlapaz, R. Karriem, S. Cayabyab, Chevron Corporation
Alternate 190599 Preventing Workplace Transmission Of Tuberculosis In A High Tuberculosis Endemic Country N. Kumar, C. Kapiri, ExxonMobil PNG Limited
12:30 - 13:30
13:30 - 15:00
26  Process Safety: Human Factor and Performance II Mezzoon Ballroom 4
Time Paper # Presentation
1330-1350 190590 Process Safety Behaviour Change: Improving OperationalIntegrity Through Process Safety Fundamentals R. Bryden, E. Chandler, Shell International E&P Co.
1350-1410 190563 Human Performance and Safety Culture Initiatives Transform Safety Performance R. Hoffmann, Chevron Canada Ltd; S. Critchley, N. Lerner, Chevron Canada
1410-1430 190567 Improving Performance of DCS Alarm System by Implementing Effective Alarm Management Philosophy C.A. Parikh, A. Al-Saeed, H. Rajab, Kuwait Oil Company
1430-1450 190607 The Human Factor in Process Safety Risk Assessments A. Groot, Royal HaskoningDHV
Alternate 190577 Integrating Human Factors into Standard Risk Assessment - Proposal Approach
A. Yasseen, S. Peresypkin, Baker Hughes, a GE company
Alternate 190493 Applications of Mixed Reality in Process Safety and Operational Integrity A.C. Kulkarni, A. Kulkarni, Bell Energy Services UK Limited
13:30 - 15:00
27  Gauging Performance to Measure Success Meeting Room 1
Time Paper # Presentation
1330-1350 190663 Injury Rates Are A Thing Of The Past: Building Better Performance Measures For Better Conversations To Provoke Change A.D. Gower-Jones, R. Bryden, J. Groeneweg, M. Taylor, W. Peuscher, G.J. Kulawski, A. Parker, Tripod Foundation
1350-1410 190533 Using Measures to Drive Outcomes -vs- Measuring Outcomes T. Coghill, Saudi Aramco
1410-1430 190669 Refining Heinrich: Power Laws in Incident Severity Distributions T.G. Hudson, Hudson Global Consulting
1430-1450 190515 Contract Safety Pre-Qualification; Experience in reactive Safety culture environment E.C. Ezeaku, Lekoil Nigeria; A. EZEAKU, CHEVRON, NIGERIA; C. Ezeaku, Total, Nigeria
Alternate 190654 Why Setting Up A Global Risk Dashboard In e&P Operating Affiliates? J. Courandier, Total
Alternate 190494 Enhance PTTEP SSHE (Safety, Security, Health and Environment) Performance Statistics Dashboard Application J. Boonchaiyutasak, C. Apsonukul, PTT E&P PLC
13:30 - 15:00
28  Produced Water and Wastewater Management Meeting Room 2
Time Paper # Presentation
1330-1350 190575 'Produced Water Re-use: Opportunities And Constraints' And Link To SDG 6 A. Mianzan, Shell; A. Bazin, Noble Energy; A. Kostareli, M. Gray, IPIECA
1350-1410 190644 Improving Produced Water Quality Discharged Into The Sea By Using Hungry Bacteria P. Pedenaud, Total SA; P. Baldoni-Andrey, Total; A. Breton, B. Segues, A. demangel, TOTAL SA
1410-1430 190505 Desalination of Produced Water of Asab Oil Field Abu-Dhabi to Enhance its Oil Recovery and Water Injectivity I. Khurshid, M. Hossain, A. fares, UAE University
1430-1450 190637 Utilization of Gas Process Plant Effluents as an Emerging Source of Fresh Water for Crude Washing and Drilling Mud Preparation V. Reddy, ADCO
Alternate 190489 Waste Water Treatment by Chemical Coagulation Method-Increasing Output and Reducing Environmental Impact P. Agarwal, A. Gupta, S. Dasgupta, D. Thummar, R.S. Satyarthi, M. Joshi, S.S. Chauhan, J. Mishra, A. Parasher, S. Tiwari, E. Rao, CAIRN, Oil & Gas
Alternate 190536 Shetland Gas Plant Waste Water Treatment System - achieving compliance in a fragile ecosystem A. Bain, Total E&P UK Ltd
13:30 - 15:00
29  Community Engagement : Shaping the Internal Conversation for Better Outcomes Meeting Room 3
Time Paper # Presentation
1330-1350 190647 A Solid Response to External Stakeholders Requires a Solid Internal Organisation C.W. Luca, Community Wisdom Partners; S. De Koning, Shell International bv
1350-1410 190682 Community Liaison Officers: Exploring the Frontline of Corporate Practice C. Bebbington, Audire Consultants; E. Wilson, ECW Energy
1410-1430 190652 Community Engagement, Commitments, and Partnership For Successful E&P Operations in Bolivia K. Ravishankar, Oxy Oil & Gas Corp; S.A. Sanchez, E. Calvimontes, Vintage Petroleum Boliviana
1430-1450 190503 Managing Social Performance and Stakeholder Engagement Data: The Challenges for a Multi-Sites Corporation and Lessons Learned P. Gregoire, Boréalis
Alternate 190537 Margaret Wachenfeld P. Griffin, Valoa Impact OY
Alternate 190629 Sichuan Finishing Strong: Safety and Social Performance Excellence in Decommissioning and Restoration. J.F. Mota, P. Rattananon, Shell China E&P Co; X. Zhou, Z. Hongkai, Shell China E&P Co. Ltd.; B. Yuan, L. Lin, Shell China E&P Co
Alternate 190521 Indigenous Social and Environmental Monitoring Program in a Gas Field Development Project (Bolivia) C. VENNETIER, PONEX SRL; D. Rossell, L. LOVO, Total E&P Bolivia
13:30 - 15:00
30  Wellness as an Enabler of Productivity Meeting Room 4
Time Paper # Presentation
1330-1350 190649 Jill M. Lundin, MS, CWWPM, CWP Manager, Health Education and Promotion Center of Excellence Medicine and Occupational Health - Global J. Lundin, Exxon Mobil Corporation
1350-1410 190681 Wellness As An Enabler Of Engagement And Productivity - Implications For Safe Operations J. Davis-street, Chevron Corporation; M. Steinberg, M. Grimsley, S. McDonald, Chevron
1410-1430 190613 Health Risk Communication - Using Data to Inform a Preventive Health Communication Strategy A. Shannon, J. Davis-Street, S. Boyer, Chevron
1430-1450 190608 Prevention is Key: Achieving Optimal Health in the Workplace R. Tauzin, A.K. Pachiyannakis, Almansoori Specialized Engineering
Alternate 190512 Cardiovascular Disease Prevention among employees assigned to remote locations - A systematic approach F. Mika, Saipem; B.N. HUSEN, Saipem SpA Croatian Branch
Alternate 190656 Addressing Human Performance in the Workplace Through a Multidisciplinary Approach U. Irikannu, Chevron
15:00 - 15:30
15:00 - 15:30
15:30 - 17:00
Panel Session 6: Application of Brain and Social Science - Helping the Workforce Understand How to Better Recognise and Address Hazards Mezzoon 4
Moderator(s) Tom Knode, Athlon Solutions

One of the foundational elements of understanding human performance as it applies to safety is the way in which the human brain works. There have been great strides in recent years for better understanding the functions of the brain, and therefore our ability to recognise and address situations that can lead to incidents. When we understand the brain tries to make routine tasks less taxing on the prefrontal cortex, or slow brain, we can recognise repetitive tasks where the operator may not be responsive to changing situations and introduce mechanisms to re-engage. Complimenting this further understanding of the way our brain works is the better understanding of social science and how we interact. If we want to influence both groups and individuals these sciences can help us create safety programmes and better safety leaders to further our efforts towards an incident-free workplace.

15:30 - 17:00
31  Environmental Risk Management Meeting Room 2
Time Paper # Presentation
1530-1550 190658 Raising The Bar For Biodiversity And Ecosystem Services Management In The Oil And Gas Industry. A. Gray, IPIECA; G. Roseboom, Shell
1550-1610 190538 Business Improvement through Implementation of International Investors’ Standards E. Amirkhanova, ERM
1610-1630 190543 Continuous Improvement In Environmental Performance: A Case Study In An Oilfield Services Company H. Scott, I.M. Sealy, Schlumberger
1630-1650 190572 Tracking Corporate Stewardship Of Environmental Services - Opportunities Of “Big Data” Applications And Long Term Value N.H. Wright, Royal HaskoningDHV
Alternate 190621 Addressing Misunderstandings And Supporting Consistency In The Methane Discourse L. Perez Bajo, IPIECA; M. Sathiamoorthy, BP
Alternate 190565 The Use of Net Environmental Benefit Analysis (NEBA) to Develop Sustainable Project Alternatives in the Decision Making Process for Decommissioning P.R. Krause, ERM; W.R. Gala, Chevron ETC; L.A. Boswell, ERM; G. Minnery, Chevron ETC
Alternate 190487 Pilot Program On Energy Reduction In Engineering And Manufacturing Facilities On Global Scale Highlights Challenges And Performance Improvements H. Scott, I.M. Sealy, Schlumberger
Alternate 190611 Using an Attestation Approach to Provide Strong Value to 3rd Party Management System Auditing S.M. Mc Nally, ERM
Alternate 190516 Ensuring production in transition of oil and gas operatorship: Operation & Permitting aspect lesson learnt from Mahakam Block - Indonesia E. SANTOSA, Total E&P Indonesie; J. RUSJANTO, Total EP Indonesie; R. Yuliani, Pertamina; T. Turmudi, SKK Migas; N. Yudhi Muntu, Total E&P Indonesia
Alternate 190600 Environmental Management in a Rapidly Developing Society C.S. Warren, M. Al Sulaiti, ExxonMobil Research Qatar
15:30 - 05:00
32  Learn & Live: Gain from the Pain Meeting Room 3
Time Paper # Presentation
1530-1550 190646 How To Bring Learning From Incidents To The Next Level? A. Parker, Shell International Petroleum Company Ltd; J. Groeneweg, Leiden University
1550-1610 190527 How do you Know if You’re Learning Well From Incidents? V.L. Murphy, A. Littlejohn, B. Rienties, The Open University; S. King, Energy Institute; R. Bryden, Shell International E&P Co.
1610-1630 190634 Embedding Learnings from Serious Incidents into Drilling Operations M.R. Tayab, Abu Dhabi Co For Onshore Petroleum Operations Ltd; G.A. Kashwani, F. Al-Hosani, S. Valappil, Abu Dhabi Company for Onshore Petroleum Operations Ltd
1630-1650 190680 The Anatomy of Major Accident Events: Comparative Analysis of Two Major Accident Events in the Offshore Sector of the Oil and Gas Industry J.O. Onyeme, Saudi Aramco
Alternate 190693 Sustainable Corrective Actions - IS SMART Good Enough? L. Perkinson, Saudi Aramco (UPDC)
Alternate 190526 Where Does Information on Incidents Come From? V.L. Murphy, A. Littlejohn, B. Rienties, The Open University; S. King, Energy Institute; R. Bryden, Shell International E&P Co.
Alternate 190675 Learning from Incidents - Oily Water Drainage System K.M. Molelputhenpura, K. Adel, I. Al Awadhi, GASCO
Alternate 190514 We’ Share ‘U’ Care M.A. Akhtar, Abu Dhabi Gas Liquefaction Co.
15:30 - 17:00
33  Workplace Mental Health, Workers Welfare and Resillience Programmes-Managing the Emerging Epidemic Meeting Room 4
Time Paper # Presentation
1530-1550 190597 Evaluating Behavior, Fatigue and Depression and their Relation to Road Traffic Accidents A. Al Halyan, Abu Dhabi Company for Onshore Petroleum Operations Ltd.
1550-1610 190639 Addressing Adaptive and Inherent Resilience - Lessons Learned from Hurricane Harvey J. Davis-street, Chevron Corporation; S.A. Frangos, B. Walker, G. Sims, Chevron
1610-1630 190665 How much are Anxiety and Depression an issue in Offshore Oil and Gas Industry? F. Mika, Saipem SpA; S. Pavicic Zezelj, Nastavni Zavod za javno zdravstvo PGZ; I. Petrov, M. Prso, Saipem SpA; G. Saada, Saipem SA
1630-1650 190552 Monitoring Health And Safety Of Oilfield Workers Through Wearable Technology A. Sinha, University of Petroleum & Energy Studies; H. Vyas, Pandit Deendayal Petroleum University
Alternate 190551 Work as an Oasis in the Middle of the Crisis Y.A. Caraballo, Chevron Global Technology and Services; J. Davis-street, Chevron Corporation; J. POTUCEK, HEALTH FITNESS CORPORATION; S.A. Frangos, W. BRIAN, CHEVRON
Alternate 190616 High Profile Welfare Tour; a Powerful Tool in Enhancing Well-Being Conditions of the Workforce M.N. Boucif, Jacobs; M. Bin Kuwair, ADMA; M. Al Chaib, D. Pagar, J. Thomas, JACOBS
17:00 - 17:30