Five sets of regulations have been adopted for health, safety and the environment (HSE) in Norway’s offshore petroleum sector and at selected petroleum plants on land.
Repsol Norge AS has received consent for manned underwater operations (MUO) for 2018 for the Yme and Ula/Blane fields.
We have conducted an audit of Gassco as operator and Statoil as technical service provider for Draupner. The audit concerned the processing facility and the transport system.
Figures from the 2017 RNNP study show progress for a number of risk indicators. But serious personal injuries are on the increase offshore, and feedback on the working environment, the HSE climate and perceived risk points in the wrong direction.
We have carried out an audit of the operation and inspection of pipelines that come under the responsibility of Statoil Transportnett at Kårstø.
We have given Statoil consent to use the Maersk Intrepid mobile drilling facility for production drilling on the Martin Linge field in the North Sea.
Figures from the 2017 study on trends in risk level in the petroleum activity (RNNP) show progress for a number of risk indicators. But serious personal injuries are growing, while feedback on the working environment, the HSE climate and perceived risk is moving in the wrong direction.
We have carried out an audit of the management of logistics and drilling operations for the Askepott and Oseberg H facilities.
We have carried out an audit of Statoil's management of barriers at Mongstad.
We have given Aker BP consent to drill well 7222/10-1 in the Barents Sea.
We have carried out an audit of Norske Shell and the company's management of technical barriers at Draugen.