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IOGP Pulse – April 2021

Welcome to Pulse

This edition comes with some interesting insights into our work in decommissioning, we introduce our new guidance on pandemic management in the oil and gas industry, and review our efforts to liberate data through the work of DISC (the Digital and Information Standards Subcommittee).

We wish you a pleasant read.

Stay safe,

Ritva Westendorf-Lahouse and Danny Walsh

IOGP publishes subsea source control competency and skills guidance

Guidance for Subsea Source Control Competency and Skills (IOGP-IPIECA Report 591) was developed to share guidance with those interested in understanding subsea well response competency and the skills that sit within it.

Reimagining decommissioning is creating exciting opportunities

In the 1970s, the building of huge offshore facilities inspired awe, and now, a new feat is taking place that is just as remarkable – decommissioning it.

3 questions …   on decommissioning

In each edition of Pulse, we publish a short interview with an IOGP colleague or Committee Member. This month’s interview is with Siew-Ping Teo, IOGP’s recently appointed Decommissioning Manager.

Part of the Solution…

When the oil and gas industry says that we’re part of the solution to the global need to transition to lower carbon energy sources, we mean it, and we evidence it with our actions. However, many people automatically dismiss anything coming from our industry, or label it “greenwashing”.

IOGP’s Brussels office welcomes new team members

IOGP Europe welcomes three new team members

Underwater sound – Perspective from the oil and gas offshore industry in Europe

This policy brief gives an overview of underwater sound and how it is managed.

IOGP-IPIECA publishes pandemic response guidance

To provide guidance on how the industry can respond to pandemics, earlier this month the joint IOGP-IPIECA Health Committee published a new guidance document, Pandemic management in the oil and gas industry (IOGP-IPIECA Report 605).

Living on a data island

An IOGP Task Force study has concluded that the oil and gas industry’s digitalization transformation has only just begun, despite having worked with increasingly large volumes of data and applying digital solutions for many years.

Women in Energy

As the sector moves towards a sustainable future, hear from women across the energy sector in our new series Women in Energy. The first interview is coming soon.

#SPELive – IOGP fireside chat 

Reflecting on her first few months at IOGP, Iman will share her insights on leadership, market recovery and IOGP’s perspectives on the Energy Transition and the future role of oil and gas.
(April 20 @ 4:00 pm BST)

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