BSEE is requiring oil and gas operators in the Gulf of Mexico to include a reporting schedule for hurricane and storm evacuations.
Today’s featured 25 Influential Women in Energy honoree is Morgan Hager, vice president of health, safety, environment and regulatory at Chesapeake Energy based in Oklahoma City.
“We have to strive to eliminate customization for the sake of customization and truly apply where there is value in the approach,” Raymond Jones, vice president of LNG projects, Exxon Mobil, said in a standardization panel at the 2022 OTC.
Federal regulators, including the PHMSA, have recently put renewed focus on leak detection for natural gas and liquid pipelines, which API’s two revised liquid pipeline leak detection standards support.
ConocoPhillips is being questioned by lawmakers asking why it took a month for the company to identify and control leak in an Alaskan oilfield.
Increased oil production and the push for a clean energy transition are not “mutually exclusive,” EPA Chief Michael Regan said in an interview.
The updated API guidelines will help prevent injuries and incidents during welding operations in the petroleum and petrochemical industries.
The approval for the Kale project, located in the northeastern municipality of Puerto Wilches, is the first for a fracking pilot project in Colombia.
TxWAC was piloted in the Upper Trinity River Basin and with Hess Corp.’s support, this model is expanding to the Lower Trinity River Basin in the first half of 2022.
the Colorado Oil and Gas Conservation Commission voted 4-1 to reject Occidental Petroleum’s proposed plan to drill new oil and gas wells in Firestone, Colorado.