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Knowledge Sharing Session (ePoster)

The Knowledge Sharing Sessions are offered for enhanced discussion and interaction between authors and attendees. Authors will make informal presentations during the scheduled daily coffee breaks. Outside of the scheduled ePoster presentation time slots, ePoster will be on display throughout the conference. The Knowledge Sharing Session subcommittee will award a trophy to the best Knowledge Sharing Presentation in each of the five categories. Presentation of the awards will be during the Closing Session on Thursday, 13 September 2012.

Schedule

  • Tuesday, 11 September, 1530-1600
    Categories: Health and Social Responsibility

  • Wednesday, 12 September, 1030-1100 and 1530-1600
    Category: Environment

  • Thursday, 13 September, 1045-1115
    Category: Safety

  • Thursday, 13 September, 1530-1600
    Category: HSE Management

Tuesday, 11 September, 1530-1600

Riverside Theatre Foyer

Health

152242

Preventing Disease in the Workforce
R. Tauzin, A.K. Pachiyannakis and Al- Mansoori, Specialized Engineering

156537

Strengthening a Company's Fight Against Malaria Among Semi‑Immunes: Spouses on the Frontline 
U. Okorocha, A. Barbey, M. Barnier and M.L. Stott, Schlumberger

156725

Fatigue Risk Management Program -  A Fit for Purpose Approach
N. Ryan and H. Abbasi, Chevron Corp.

156842

New Country Entry: Effective Engagement of HES and Medical Professionals
J.B. Strong, Chevron Corp. and A.S. Khalsa, Acorn Intl.

156849

Addressing Cardiovascular Disease – A Global Employer’s Approach to Non- Communicable Diseases 
J. Davis‑Street, G. Manlapaz, and A. Shannon, Chevron Corp; O.A. Fagade, SPE, Chevron Nigeria Ltd.

156853

Workplace Risks Related to Mental Illness and Distractibility: Real Solutions for Hidden Hazards
J.D. Riley, PhD, Chevron Corp.

157292

Integrated Noise Protection Program ‑ From Noise Measurements to Epidemiology
T. Batalha, N. De Sadeleer and S. Plisson‑Saune, Total E&P Angola

157348

Why Don't People Just Follow the Rules? The Psychology of Safety Management 
K. Shaw, DuPont Australia

157480

Worker Stress and Fatigue in Oil Spill Response
D. Gibson, Oil Spill Response

157553

Adapting a Western Cardiovascular Disease Prevention Program To Local Environments
W. Yimsiriwattana, E. Inciong, and A. Khantong,Chevron

157651

Prevalence of Tuberculosis Among Offshore Oil & Gas Workers in Nigeria’s Niger Delta by Using the QuantiFERON-TB Gold In-Tube Test- A Preliminary Report.
J. Bwala, I. Iroezindu and M. Felfernig, Intl. SOS

158121

HIV and Aging: An Evolving Challenge for the Oil and Gas Industry  
L.A. Battalora and J. Spear, Colorado School of Mines; and B. Young, Rocky Mountain CARES/DIDC

1530-1600

Riverside Theatre Foyer

Social Responsibility

156672

A Corporate Health Research Ethics Program: the First Decade (2002-2012)
S.E. Lerman ExxonMobil Corporation and K. Lavelle, ExxonMobil Biomedical Sciences

156737

Private Sector Health Investment, Leveraging Resources for Sustainable Health Care
C. Okala and S. Okegbemiro, Chevron

156873

How a Multi‑Sectoral Approach to Road Safety has Helped Raise Awareness and Reduce Road Traffic Crashes in Nigeria
M. Bello and O.A. Opene, Chevron

157159

MOST: A Tool for Managing and Monitoring Local Development Project
E. Pion‑leflaive, TOTAL

157194

Social Risk Assessment as Stakeholder Engagement
A. Reeman and E. Weller, Channel Research

157450

Innovative Ways to Inspire New Employees to Embrace An HSE Culture
P. Bordage, C. Fox, L. Arce, G. Villarreal and J.J. Zambrano Celly, Schlumberger

157515

The Global Alliance for Clean Cookstoves: A Public-private Initiative to Save Lives, Improve Livelihoods, Empower Women, and Combat Climate Change
R. Sully, Shell

157566

Indigenous Peoples and the Oil and Gas Industry: Context Issues and Emerging Good Practice
C. Pasch, Woodside; A. Mohan, Statoil; M.R. Cleland, IPIECA.

Wednesday, 12 September, 1030-1100 and 1530-1600

Riverside Theatre Foyer

Environment

156053

Oil Slicks and Coastal Zones Post Gulf War; A 20‑Years Assessment, Employing High‑Resolution Satellite Imagery
R. Taheri, Australian College of Kuwait

156417

Quantification of Carbon Stocks and Sequestration Rates for Tropical Forest
S. Othman and A. Jamil, PETRONAS

156575

Development of Environmentally Friendly Lost Circulation Materials for Riserless Drilling 
H. Matsui, M. Daitoh, K. Yoshimura and N. Morita, Waseda U.

156622

Metocean and Oil Spill Modeling
C. Michel and V. Quiniou, Total; X. Vigan, SAT-OCEAN

156692

A Release Criterion for Oil and Gas Production Equipment with NORM Contamination
R. De Witt, ExxonMobil; and S. Rutkowski, J. Young and M. B. Cooper, Australian Radiation Services

156740

Installing PEMS on an Offshore Oil and Gas Complex: Developing Atmospheric Emissions Abatement Strategies with Reliable Scientific Data
A.Duguay, M. Baeckeroot and S. Siddiqui, Total Abu Al Bukhoosh

156766

Effective Management of Endangered Species in Oil and Gas Operations
P. Fancony and A. Abel, Chevron ‑ Global Upstream HES

156774

Changes in Dissolved Hydrocarbon Content of Shallow Waters during and Shortly after the Deepwater Horizon Incident  
A. Ross, C. Stalvies, X. Qi, E. Crooke, D. Fuentes, S. Armand, A. Revill and A. Talukder, CSIRO

156786

Innovative Approach on Water Management
L. Boccitto, P. Buttini, C. Cova, S. Sandri, A. Nardella, F. Palermo, S. Mollica,  ENI E&P; J.M. Deffis, Association Sonatrach-First Calgary Petroleums (SHFCP); M. Mariani, Groupement Sonatrach Agip (GSA)

156788

Applying Sustainability and Ecosystem Services Enhancement to Site Restoration
C. Clodfelter, Baker Hughes Inc. 

156796

Developing A Partnership Between a Major Oil Company and the Scientific
Community Through the Involvement of a Corporate Foundation Dedicated to Biodiversity
L. Fournier, Total S.A., M. Najib and J. Mine, Total E&P Indonesia; and G. Colin, Total

156799

Solving an Acute Problem and Developing a Long Term Sustainable Solution for an Operational Facility Supporting the Oil & Gas Industry  
A. Large and J. Serra, ERM; M. Letlow, Baker Hughes; and J. Marczak, Baker Hughes

156810

Building Energy Efficiency into the Design and Retrofit of Facilities  
R.A. Rowbottom and D.C. Kuykendall, Baker Hughes Inc

156824

Chloride‑Free Inhibitive Water‑Based Fluid Significantly Improves Environmental Acceptability for Rain Forest Locations While Maintaining Drilling Performance
M. Dow, Oil Search Ltd.; A.S. Florence and J. Babu, Halliburton Ltd.

156851

Lessons Learned from the Global Implementation and Evolution of a System to Track Environmental Performance Indicators
D.C. Kuykendall, Baker Hughes Inc.

156903

Long‑Term Peat Management in an Onshore E&P Development
A. Hoy, TOTAL E&P UK Ltd

157204

Automated Greenhouse Gas Data Collection, Visualisation and Reporting
N. Fairweather, Apache Energy Ltd.

157262

Establishing Carbon Footprint for Composite Crude Produced in Malaysia - A First Step towards Low Carbon Operation
T. Lee and Z.M. Afandi, PETRONAS

157271

Challenges of Oil and Gas E&P Operations in Environmentally & Socially Sensitive Area: Lessons Learned from Mahakam
G. Asmaradewi, J. Rusjanto and B. Argubie, Total E&P Indonesie

157287

Angola Biodiversity of Bathyal Sea Bottoms
L. Cazes and S. Plisson‑Saune, Total E&P Angola; S. Canovas, Ajilon Engineering; R. Bamber and R. Robbins, ARTOO Marine Biology Consultants

157338

A Risk‑Based Approach to Bushfire Management
S. Doull and P. Johnston, AECOM Australia

157370

Respect to the Environment through Biodiversity Program in Delta Mahakam
D. Safitri, B. Argubie, J. Rusjanto and D. Widiarso, Total E&P Indonesie

157430

Adaptation to Climate Change : A Regional Climate Model Study of the Caucasus
H. Nissan and R. Toumi, Imperial College, and J. Clarke and S. Oliveira, BP

157460

Next‑Generation DNA‑Based Approaches for Comprehensive Assessment of Marine Communities
L. Nguessan and N.K. Springer, ExxonMobil Upstream Research Company; A. Borisenko, G. Singer, S. Shokralla and M. Hajibabaei, Guelph U.

157475

Chemical Regulatory Changes Are We Managing Them Effectively?
C. Smith, S. Caldwell, D. Graves, and J. Galvan, Schlumberger

157497

Coal Seam Gas (CSG): What Becomes of Produced Water? Regulation and Strategies
R. Hatley, Golder Assocs.

157504

'Wild Thing': The Challenges of Regulatory Change Under Wild Rivers
S. Oliver, Santos Ltd.

157571

Modification of the 96‑hour LC50 Protocol to Address Site Specific Concerns in Africa
P.C. Tyczynski and A.J. Leuterman, M‑I Swaco LLC, and K. Dimitriadis, Tullow Oil Intl. Ltd.

157602

Considerations for the Application of Controlled In-Situ Burning
N. Mabile, BP America, Inc.

157615

Challenging Wastewater Treatment
C.C. Vasiliu, D. Pierce and K. Bertrand, Brandt NOV

157641

Complete Diverless Solutions for Marine Monitoring
P. Mellor, WorleyParsons

158005

Designing Capability for Offshore Response ‑ A Consultant Perspective
L. Barber and G. Varghese, Oil Spill Response Ltd.

158089

Workforce Training on Marine Mammals and Sound: Progress and a Way Forward for an Advanced Joint Industry Course
B. Streever, S. Oliveira, S. Ford and A.H. Walls, BP plc.

158131

Marine Environment Guidance during Geophysical Operations
S.L. Tsoflias and C. Gill, Intl. Association of Geophysical Contracto; D. Hedgeland, PGS

Thursday, 13 September, 1045-1115

Riverside Theatre Foyer

Safety

153090

Workover and Completion Operations in East Java Sour Gas Field, Indonesia
A. Haris, B. Purwanto, D. Sasongko, G.R. Darmawan, I. Yulianto, O. Soekmono, P. Kurniawan, S.D. Susilo and S. Kurniawan, Pertamina EP, and L. Mailangkay, Petrolog MUM

154923

Behavioural Safety ‑ Human Factors
S. Burton, Oil Spill Response

156479

Managing Small Marine Operations in the Mahakam Delta to Increase Compliance and Minimize Risks  
H. Djamal and A. Dwimaryanto, Schlumberger

156521

A Powerful Approach for Decision Making in Risk Management Process: BART Tool and AHP Methodology for ALARP Demonstration
A. Petrone and L. Scataglini, Eni E&P, and P. Cherubin, Tecnomare SpA

156598

A Resilience Programme: Enhancing Human Performance
T. Lillington, Shell Australia Ltd.

156629

Assessment for Lifting Loads Above Live Process Plant and Lines - The Development of a Consequence-Based Methodology and Calculation Tool
B. Banner, P. Pourcel and  A.W. Brown, Total

156704

Dropped Object Prevention Scheme (DROPS) ‑ An Asia Pacific Perspective  
W. Leong, Baker Hughes Inc.

156752

Safety Management - Asking the Right Questions 
G. Braastein and J. Brown, Det Norske Veritas Pte. Ltd.

156896

Managing Asset Integrity in the UK Continental Shelf 
B. Lawson and M. Dale, Total E&P UK Ltd.

157391

Measuring Induction Training Course Trainee Safety Behaviours    
T.S. Mcgrath, U. of Western Australia

Thursday, 13 September, 1530-1600

Riverside Theatre Foyer

HSE Management

156529

Building a Culture of Responsible Environmental Performance: EMFORCE
H.M. Shield, Imperial Oil Resources

156626

Visible Management Commitment in the Drive for Cultural Change Toward Safety
D. Matkin and D. Scotti, Saipem SpA

156663

Fariiq DOIRC- A Strategic Enabler for Top Quartile Performance in Safety in Abu Dhabi
M. Boucif, C. Kuyken, A. Al Hammadi, ADCO; W. A. Ghany, A. El-Adawy, Halliburton

156681

Safety Begins (and Ends) With Management
I.M. Threadgold, Threadgold Safety Management

156724

Third Party Certification in ISO14001 & OHSAS18001. Do these Certifications Really Add Value? An Ecuadorian Experience
J.A. Romero, Baker Hughes Inc.

156748

Win-for-All: Strategic Approach in HSE Management for E&P in Malaysia  
N.H. Yusoff, R. Hamzah and N. Mohd Taib, Petronas

156847

Stepping Out of the Triangle and Into the Field
J. Teakle, R. Biddle, T. Lughermo and T. Mannion, Chevron Australia Pty. Ltd.

157130

Health and Safety Risk Management ‑ A Cornerstone of Response Readiness   
N. Lee, Oil Spill Response  East Asia Response Ltd.

157212

Organisational and Environmental Factors Influencing an HSE Culture
A.K. Pachiyannakis, Al-Mansoori Specialized Engineering

157221

Nord Stream: Ensuring Compliance with International HSE Standards and Managing Contractor HSE Performance 
M.J. Haynes, Nord Stream AG; N.A. Daetwyler, Environ Corp.

157237

Permit Management System and Regulation Compliance (PMS RC)   
J. Januardianto and P. Irmansyah, Total E&P Indonesie; and A. Aryaguna, Total E&P Indonesie

157349

Operational Excellence: Harmonising Business Goals and Departmental Priorities to Create Sustainable Business
A.Wilson, DuPont Australia

157445

Identifying Trends in HSE Data Requests‑‑ Are the Right Questions Being Asked?
S.E. Dvorak, Schlumberger; D. Hollas, National Oilwell Varco

157546

Leadership Accountability Drives Towards Incident Free Operations - A Case in an Acquired Company
A. Yunan, Chevron Indonesia Business Unit