Health, Safety and Environment management within the petroleum industry continues to be a significant area of interest among stakeholders everywhere and Africa is no exception.
The oil industry in Africa has seen remarkable growth in recent years with new countries exploring and producing oil on both onshore and offshore assets.
The aim of this year’s SPE workshop is to bring together key stakeholders in the African region — operators, service companies, academicians and regulators, and others to discuss the achievements, challenges and propose ideas in sustaining effective HSE management in the petroleum sector.
This workshop will provide the platform for the experts, practitioners and participants to engage in stimulating discussions. The discussions are expected to bring about recommendations and solutions on operation optimisation to deliver further value from existing capacities as well as sustain best HSE practices in Africa.
TOPICS WILL INCLUDE
Using big data as a predictive tool to prevent incidents | Most effective ways to increase competency in the oil industry | Produced water re-injection sustainability solutions | Reasons why incidents happen—analysis from over 150 process and occupational safety incidents | The role of the regulator and impact of local content on HSE management
Protection of oil and gas assets
Process safety and asset integrity management
Emergency response and health management
Oil Spill response and its management