Following deepwater horizon spill, are we really prepared to avert / respond effectively to such an incident?

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Courtesy of Fleming Gulf FZE

With recent oil spill incidents taking toll on environment, we as industry professionals should be more proactive than reactive towards such incident – the industry does not need a spill to happen to learn lessons from it. Creating a culture of preparedness/ prevention and learning from past incidents to gain a foothold in the future is what the industry should be striving for.

At 6th Annual HSE Forum in Oil, Gas & Petrochemicals, a panel composed of regional and international Oil Spill Response Experts will share their first hand experience in Oil Spill Prevention and Response with special spotlight on Fear, Facts & Realities

 Panel members include :

 Matthew Sommerville, Aramco Overseas Company B.V., Regional Oil Spill Response Coordinator

Rajab Ali Askanani, Qatar Petroleum, Manager Oil Spill & Emergency Response Department

Captain Musaed Salman, Kuwait Petroleum Corporation

Team Leader OSR, Environment & Oil Spill Response Department

Richard Sims, Oil Spill Response, Regional Manager

Eric Eaglin, Environmental Engineer/ Expert

 For more information on 6th Annual HSE Forum in Oil, Gas & Petrochemicals visit our website or contact Maria Luminita at +971 4 6091 575 ,maria.luminita@fleminggulf.com

 

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