Global Futures for HSE

Neal Ellis Environment • Energy • 2 minute read

The American Gas Association just announced the completion of a pilot program focused on boosting knowledge sharing and best practices for Gas industry safety. The peer-to-peer program represents a collaborative model for industry solidarity around Health, Safety and Environment (HSE), and is another sign of the growing importance of the issue for modern Oil & Gas companies around the world. Awareness of HSE issues isn't the only thing increasing. US and global spending on safety and sustainability is forecast to increase to $56 Billion by 2030, as companies seek to meet growing regulatory demands, deal with legacy liabilities, and mitigate the risks and challenges of new production.

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One common theme among the AGA pilot participants (one we have first-hand insight into) is the importance of the right technology for achieving HSE outcomes. Across the program, companies had a common interest in innovation-

"to build technological consistency throughout all parts of an organization, and helping to ensure that the best technology devices are in place to meet a company’s goals" - AGA Peer Review Program Overview

Read about the AGA's peer-to-peer pilot program on Fuel Fix and the AGA website. The final, national program is set to launch in January, 2015.


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