IOGP engagement at OTC
Energy Sustainability: Are Hydrocarbons Compatible with Getting to Carbon Neutrality by 2050 and Achieving the SDGs?
Monday 2nd May, 10:00 – 11:00. Location 206.
Iman Hill, IOGP Executive Director, and Dan McConnell, Geomarine Resources Plc, will discuss whether sustainable energy is essential to the development of both developed and underdeveloped economies.
How Unified International Standards enable efficiency in the Energy Transition
Thursday 5th May, 09:30 – 12:00. Location 306.
Adri Postema, Director Engineering & Standards, IOGP, will speak on this panel discussion on how unified international standards will be a critical as companies move toward a cleaner energy future.
- Standardization Throughout the Project Life Cycle
Wednesday 4th May, 09:30 – 12:00. Location 610.
Includes many papers submitted from ISO/TC67 community, including Trust But Verify – Managing Supply Chain Risks. Co-authored by E.J. Fletcher, N.H. Croft, International Organization for Standardization. 1120-1142.
- AI, Machine Learning, and Twins in the Oil and Gas Digital Transformation
Monday 2nd May, 09:30 – 12:04. Location 602.
Includes Digital Requirement Development: Three Years Of Using Digital Methods To Improve Standardization Of Procurement Specifications. Co-authored by P. Machin, M.C. Sanchez, Aker Solutions. 11:20 – 11:42.
Standardization Of Procurement Equipment Specifications: Establishing A Strong Foundation For Oil & Gas Capital Project Development And Delivery
At the Generating Value Through Better Project Design and Execution Technical Session
Monday 2nd May, 09:30 – 09:52. Location 604.
The session’s focus will be on identifying downside risks and design alternatives across multiple project types and geographies.
Our Members operate around the globe, producing over 40% of the world’s oil and gas.
Together, we identify and share knowledge and good practices to improve the industry
in areas such as energy transition, safety, health, the environment and efficiency.
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Getting to zero fatalities
IOGP has a long history of working to improve health and safety in the industry and is
committed to put an end to upstream fatalities in the workplace. Some of our key safety
projects include life-saving rules, process safety fundamentals, aviation and land transport.
We follow the political and legislative developments that will shape the future of our
industry. This involves engaging decision makers to explain our views, offer expertise and
provide data. Our aim is to help regulators and legislators draft rules and laws that are
balanced and effective.
Reducing equipment cost and project schedule
With the tension and uncertainty in the supply and demand market, increasing price
volatility, and the prospect of increased financing costs and carbon taxes, there is a need
for further industry standardization and digitalization to decrease operational costs.
Initiated by IOGP and endorsed by the World Economic Forum, JIP33 – Standardizing
procurement specifications adds value by making supply chain faster and more efficient.
Industry alignment on emissions measurement and reduction
The industry is expected to address operational emissions and its carbon footprint. To
accelerate the development and implementation of decarbonization solutions, standards,
and best practices, such as electrification, Carbon Capture (Utilization) and Storage
(CC(U)S), and hydrogen, we are working to increase industry collaboration in these areas.
CCUS, energy efficiency, electrification, flaring and venting, and hydrogen
Our Energy Transition Directorate is delivering the Association’s low carbon initiatives:
flaring and venting, energy optimization, power generation & electrification, CCUS,
hydrogen, greenhouse gas management, measurement, and reporting.
Health, Safety and Environmental data and benchmarking
IOGP has been collecting safety incident data from member companies since 1985 – giving the
association the largest database of safety performance in the upstream oil and gas industry.
Our data reports provide a basis for individual Member Companies to compare their
performance, as well demonstrating the industry’s wish for greater transparency
concerning its activities