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Taking Safety Seriously

oil spill prevention and response  Spill Prevention  energytomorrow  transportation  hydraulic fracturing  exxon  horizontal drilling 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted May 6, 2014

The major themes of the 2014 International Oil Spill Conference – prevent, prepare, respond, restore – reflect the priority industry places on safety in transporting oil and petroleum-based products.

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Website is Animated About Spill Prevention, Safety

spill response  rapid response system for spills  pipeline safety 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted February 5, 2014

The animation below is just one example of the educational features that can be found on OilSpillPrevention.org, our new website that launched last month. The site is full of information about the oil and natural gas industry’s efforts to meet the nation’s energy needs while maintaining safe and environmentally sound operations.

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Oil Spill Prevention Site Launches

pipeline safety  oil  oil spill prevention  oil spill response  oil spill prevention and response 

Mark Green

Mark Green
Posted January 7, 2013

The oil and natural gas industry’s commitment to spill prevention and an improved response if one occurs is illustrated in a just-launched website – oilspillinfo.org – that includes information, graphics, animations and other resources for industry members as well as the general public

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Drilling Safety, Energy Security

center for offshore safety  domestic energy  domestic energy security  domestic exploration  domestic production  energy supply  gulf of mexico  oil access  oil production  spill response  oil safety  oil spill prevention and response  oil spill response  oil spill prevention 

Jack Gerard

Jack Gerard
Posted May 25, 2011

Our industry's longstanding commitment to safe operations was questioned by some after last year's tragic spill in the Gulf of Mexico. Today, we have more than 20 industry groups working concurrently on improving spill prevention and response. Oil companies are committing resources in the form of dollars, time and expertise to ensure that these improvements are implemented.

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A Year Later

boemre  boemre  bp  deepwater horizon  gulf coast  gulf of mexico  oil spill  macondo oil well  offshore wells  safety regulations 

Jack Gerard

Jack Gerard
Posted April 20, 2011

As we mark the one-year anniversary of the Macondo oil well spill in the Gulf of Mexico, it is important that we remember the 11 workers who died in that accident, their families and the communities along the Gulf coast that were most affected by this incident.

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Capping Stack: A Positive Outcome from a Tragic Accident

deepwater horizon  domestic energy  energy iq  gulf of mexico  offshore operations  oil spill  safety standards  spill response  technology innovation  department of the interior  oil spill containment 

Jane Van Ryan

Jane Van Ryan
Posted April 18, 2011

It looks like a child's toy gyroscope on steroids, and it has the technology necessary to stop the flow from a well blowout on the ocean floor. It's the capping stack developed and built by a consortium of oil companies in response to the unprecedented Deepwater Horizon disaster that occurred in the Gulf of Mexico a year ago. 

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