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Integrity, HSE & Maintenance

Gas pipeline integrity, oil pipeline integrity, overall asset integrity, Health Safety and Environment (HSE) as well as preventative maintenance become more important today, than they ever were. Oil & Gas IQ is proud to have pioneered information exchange in this space for many years and has built this resource centre to continue the exchange of information that is essential to the management of oil pipelines, gas pipelines and asset integrity management. Start Exploring Today!

Contributor: Timothy Haïdar, EIC
Posted: 12/17/2014
Timothy Haïdar, EIC
Health and safety practices are pivotal in ensuring the well-being of both a company’s employees and its bottom line. In this infographic we have put together seven steps that we believe will drive towards health and safety excellence Full Article »
Posted: 01/19/2013
Oil & Gas: Turning Ageing Assets Into New Revenue Streams
What are the classic mistakes that operators make when trying to overhaul their integrity management framework? The Global Integrity Management Practice Leader at ABB lets us know where the real wins can be made Full Video »
Contributor: Timothy Haïdar, EIC
Posted: 11/09/2014
In this edition of The Boardroom, we speak with David Doig, Group Chief Executive at OPITO, about the recent health and safety statistics coming out of the International Association of Oil & Gas Producers. With 88 fatalities in the industry across the world in 2012 and lost-time incidents LTIs increasing by 12 per cent, are we actually doing Full Podcast »
Contributor: Martin Richards, José María Sotomayor, and Rune Olsen
Posted: 11/23/2015
Martin Richards, José María Sotomayor, and Rune Olsen
As we read news reports about the global economy, and the ripple effects of oil prices that are at half decade lows, something came to mind: refineries are poised to take advantage. And we can all learn from their playbook as they manoeuvre in the contemporary marketplace. Full Column »
Posted: 06/23/2016
infor mike stone
When an organisation experiences decline in prices and profits, cutting costs and expenses becomes a higher priority. Yet, to remain viable for the long term, productivity and safety standards cannot be compromised. In this first part of a two-part interview, we speak with Mike Stone, product manager for Infor Enterprise Asset Management (EAM), about how an oil and gas company can most cost-effectively maintain assets in this economy. Full Whitepaper »