April 2011 Vol. 238 No. 4


Operators Take Control From Well To Terminal With Integrity/Risk Software Product

In the oil and gas industry, companies that rely on deficient control and management systems are not only risking loss of production and the asset but also putting lives and the environment in danger. A failure to manage these risks can ultimately lead to a sequence of events that may have consequences on a global scale. Risk can be high, but all seems to be in perfect control to senior management. In that situation, it is “business as usual.” The ultimate outcome depends on how the flaws are revealed, communicated and acted on – by improvement of the systems, or by accident. Without a clear overview of the integrity of pipelines and components and the risk of

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