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RNNP 2016: serious incidents cause concern

Figures from the 2016 study of trends in risk level in Norway’s petroleum activity (RNNP) shows that the major accident indicator is still at too high a level.

Audit reports

Audit of Valemon

We have carried out an audit of Statoil's planning of a new control room solution for Valemon. The facility will be periodically unmanned and managed from a control room onshore.

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Audit of Troll C

We have carried out an audit of Statoil's management of emergency preparedness, logistics and employee participation at Troll C.

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Audit of riser replacements

We have carried out an audit of Statoil's management of riser replacements.

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Audit of employee participation

We have carried out an audit of employee participation at Kaefer Energy AS and Wood Group Norge (WGN). It focused in particular on the opportunities of the safety representatives and working environment committees (AMU) for performing their statutory duties.

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Trends in risk level (RNNP) 2016

Figures from the 2016 study of trends in risk level in Norway’s petroleum activity (RNNP) show an increase in serious hydrocarbon leaks and well control incidents. The major accident indicator is still at too high a level.

Reversing the trend - Standardisation

The Norwegian petroleum sector has been very advanced in its use of standards. Developments can now be seen which threaten the foundations on which the performance-based regulations build.

Reversing the trend - Collaboration

Partnership between companies, unions and the government is a cornerstone of Norway’s petroleum sector, not least with regard to health, safety and the environment. But its quality depends on mutual trust.

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