Example of COVID-19 Pandemic Plan for Oil and Gas Companies

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Example of COVID-19 Pandemic Plan for Oil and Gas Companies

Many companies have implemented a comprehensive outbreak management plan for Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19) that is currently impacting people, operations, and supply chains around the world. If your company is struggling to come up with a comprehensive plan for the current crisis, here’s a look at Schlumberger’s COVID-19 Outbreak Plan: People Safety Resources to improve

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OSHA Publishes Employer Guidance During COVID-19 Outbreak

In response to the outbreak of COVID-19, OSHA has published a guidance document intended to help employers protect workers from exposure to the potentially deadly illness and prevent it from spreading. The illness reportedly is linked to a large seafood and animal market in Wuhan, China, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

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Stay Safe During the COVID-19 Outbreak

Measures for protecting workers from exposure to the novel coronavirus, COVID-19, depend on the type of work being performed and exposure risk, including potential for interaction with infectious people and contamination of the work environment. Employers should adapt infection control strategies based on a thorough hazard assessment, using appropriate combinations of engineering and administrative controls,

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Can Landslides Harm Pipelines?

Landslides are a constant threat to many pipeline sites. Landslides, mudflows, earth slumps, rockfalls, and other types of slope failures threaten job sites in many terrains, not just hills or mountains. They can be fast or slow, wet or dry, small or large, shallow or deep, and reactivated or new. Because of the long, linear

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The Pipeline Industry is Constantly Changing

The pipeline industry has been at the forefront of innovation and technological change for many decades. From finding new ways to safeguard the integrity of pipelines and reduce their environmental footprint to getting the best value for our resources, pipeline companies continue to make their mark innovating as part of their commitment to continuous improvement.

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3 Pipeline Innovations You Need to Know About

From finding new ways to safeguard the integrity of pipelines and reduce their environmental footprint to getting the best value for their resources, pipeline companies continue to make their mark innovating as part of their commitment to continuous improvement. Here are some ways pipeline companies are monitoring for safety and efficacy. High Fidelity Dynamic Sensing

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Protecting Pipelines in the Winter

Spring is around the corner, and it can change work conditions on your pipeline work site. Temporary erosion and sediment control measures installed during frozen conditions may not remain functional under thaw conditions. This means you may need a few more measures in place for snowmelt and extra rain during the warmer months. When choosing

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How Technology Advances Have Made Safer Pipelines

As technology has evolved over the years, so has safety, efficiency, and environmental performance, impacting every dimension of the pipeline industry: from the metallurgy and quality control in the manufacturing of pipe, to pipeline construction processes, maintenance, leak detection, monitoring, and spill response. New Infrastructure At the front end, pipeline companies building new infrastructure today

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Oil and Gas Companies Face Challenges During the Winter Months

The winter weather creates a number of hindrances on refinery operations, pipelines, and railways, causing the nation’s energy infrastructure to deliver much-needed fuel to demanding markets while working around winter’s obstacles. Refineries and Transportation Many refineries have had to halt operations due to power outages and the physical effect of the cold on operating units.

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Landslide Damage Can Be Repaired

For engineers who work on pipelines, there are external threats to be aware of and respond to. Lines that cross through hilly or mountainous terrain are susceptible to land movement or subsidence. Studying the terrain and the types of landmass movement is essential for engineers and geologists; they can play a role in determining where

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