The maintenance of subsea well control equipment is often thought of as a combination of procedures and equipment, but the most important aspect of between well maintenance is people.
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Red Wing’s Oil and Gas HSE Podcast is hitting the road. Our travel is made possible by our On The Road Sponsors:
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Here are all of the upcoming events we will be attending:
- Summer NAPE: (August 16 – 17) The annual Summer NAPE Expo in Houston is a networking event that brings together all the players necessary to forge, facilitate and close deals.This event offers producers and purchasers a unique chance to connect, reconnect, and make deals. More intimate than the annual NAPE Summit, this show is a “must attend” event to network with the people and players who have firsthand knowledge of the opportunities and prospects throughout the area.
- IADC Human Factors Conference & Exhibition: (October 17 – 18) Recent events have triggered a growing awareness of the human contribution to catastrophic and process safety events. As other industries have proven, if the drilling industry can make a concerted effort to understand human factors and integrate these concepts into training and operations, significant value can be gained in terms of safety performance. The IADC Human Factors Conference & Exhibition will seek to examine the innovations that are shaping the future of drilling as it strives to merge rapidly advancing technologies with an understanding of human nature and form.
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