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Major oil and gas firms announce subsea response initiative

15th June 2011 | Warning Signs

Posted by Jason Nicholls

Warning signs for oil and gas specialists may change after several companies signed up for a new subsea well response project.

BP Group, Chevron, ConocoPhillips, ExxonMobil and Shell are among the nine firms involved in the initiative, which has been launched to boost the industry's ability to respond to subsea well control incidents.

Keith Lewis, former vice-president of front-end studies for Shell in the Americas, said: "Designing systems that can be deployed effectively in different regions of the world is an immense challenge but member companies have assigned leading specialists to the task."

The nine companies involved in the project have committed to a joint development agreement and Shell have been confirmed as the initiative's operator.

It comes after the Royal Institition of Chartered Surveyors revealed new health and safety guidance for businesses.

Known as the Surveying Safety guidelines, the measures will concern the ethical, moral and practical issues encountered by property specialists.ADNFCR-2754-ID-800579755-ADNFCR


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