In addition to its Committee work, IOGP also works to improve the industry, and make a positive contribution to society through a number of external projects.
JIP 33 aims to achieve industry-level standardization to enable efficient procurement and support delivery of safe, reliable and competitive projects and operations across the globe.
Global Industry Response Group (GIRG)
This initiative was established to identify, learn from and apply the lessons of Macondo and similar well incidents such as Montara off the coast of Australia.
Sound and Marine Life
Under our management, this project has brought oil and gas companies and industry associations together to better characterise the sounds that our industry produces and determine the potential impacts of these sounds on marine life and thereby to improve risk assessments and mitigation.
Arctic Response Technology
Launched in 2012 to enhance Arctic oil spill capabilities. Arctic Oil Spill Response Technology Joint Industry Programme (JIP) is working to expand industry knowledge of, and proficiencies in Arctic oil spill response.
Oil Spill Response Ltd
Oil Spill Response Limited (OSRL) is the largest international industry-funded cooperative which exists to respond to oil spills wherever in the world they may occur, by providing preparedness, response and intervention services.
Subsea Well Response Project
SWRP was established to enhance the industry’s capacity to respond to subsea well-control incidents.
GasNaturally aims to showcase the potential that natural gas can play in building a cost-effective and sustainable energy mix.
NGS Facts’ purpose is to provide factual information concerning hydraulic fracturing (also known as fracking) of NGS wells, and other issues including voluntary disclosure of chemical additives on a well-by-well basis in the European Economic Area.