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Human Touch for Latest Advancements in Safety on Offshore Environment

Thursday, 9 May
600
Technical / Poster Session
Sustainable and profitable Offshore Development relies heavily on process safety, that is keeping the hazardous chemicals such as oil and gas in the pipe to protect workers and the environment. A greater automation coupled with proper human intervention provides the best way to overcome these challenges. In this session, various papers will discuss aspects of human reliability, process safety, environmental protection, and cybersecurity. At the end of this session, you will have a better grasp of the latest developments in safe operations for offshore environments. This session targets all practitioners of safety with various backgrounds in the industry.
Chairperson(s)
Jacques Salies, Drilling Manager - Enauta Energia SA
Tekin Kunt, Director, EMEA - PSRG (Process Safety & Reliability Group) Inc.
Sponsoring Society:
  • Brazilian Petroleum, Gas and Biofuels Institute (IBP)
  • 1400-1418 35396
    Industrial Cybersecurity, Process Safety and Human Factors: A Comprehensive 360-Degree Approach
    P.F. Vieira, L.P. Hilgert, I. Majerowicz, Petrobras
  • 1420-1438 35196
    Review of Human Reliability Assessment Methods
    A. Dos Reis, R.A. Neves, R. Ceni, Constellation Oil Services; M.M. Costa, F.V. Andretti, TC Target Consulting
  • 1440-1458 35129
    Video Based AI Tools for Safety Enhancement on the Drill Floor
    B. Pianissola, G. Mendes, L. Mendes Nogueira, R. Migoto, ALTAVE
  • 1500-1518 35285
    Methods of Oil Spill Cleanup: A Comparative Review
    E. Efendi, American Institute of Chemical Engineers
  • 1520-1538 35508
    Elimination of Saturation Diving Activities Through Changes in ESDV Control Systems
    F.L. Oliveira, A.C. Hofmann, A.L. Santana, E. Lacerda, P.P. Passos, Petrobras
  • 1540-1558 35329
    Monitoring of Drilling Fluids and Cuttings as an Environmental Management Tool for Offshore Fluid Operations
    L.S. Marinho, B.C. Pereira, F.P. Guandalim, L.M. Cavalcante, Petrobras
  • 1600-1618 35260
    Using Worst Case Discharge (WCD) Estimations to Prevent Underground Blowouts After Well Capping
    A. Khouissat, A. Michael, University of North Dakota
  • Alternate 35251
    Improving Safety, Risk Mitigation, and Efficiency For Installation, Repair, Maintenance, and Decommissioning of Subsea Equipment
    A. Nordhauser, J.B. Knudsen, M. Shannon, C. Hartwig, HYTORC

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