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UP03
2017

Oil & Gas UK’s Workforce Report 2017 provides demographics data to complement the employment figures published in its Economic Report 2017. The document gives additional information on the jobs supported by the UK upstream oil and gas industry, as well as the demographic breakdown of the offshore workforce.

Oil & Gas UK Workforce Report 2017

 

CATEGORY: Business environment and economics, Employment and skills
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HSE08
2017

This document offers guidance to duty holders in maintaining compliance with the Safety Case Regulations (SCR) during EoL, decommissioning and dismantling, based on experience of recently completed and current decommissioning projects

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UP02
2017

Oil & Gas UK’s Economic Report 2017 provides a definitive guide to the current health and future prospects of the UK offshore oil and gas industry. The publication explores the industry’s economic contribution; its future role in the energy mix and in a lower-carbon economy; the potential impact of Brexit; the work of the Efficiency Task Force; and how we can together achieve the sector’s vision for 2035.

Download the publication for free by clicking the link below.

Oil & Gas UK Economic Report 2017

 

 

CATEGORY: Business environment and economics, Energy and fiscal policy
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HSE07
2017

The Sureflex Joint Industry Project (JIP) document was kicked off in 2015 and completed in 2017 and provides industry guidance and good practice relating to flexible pipe integrity management.

 

Member rate: Free
Non- member rate: £100

CATEGORY: Health and Safety, Offshore operations and technology
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This non-statutory Code of Practice sets out principles and procedures to guide all those involved in negotiating third-party access to oil and gas infrastructure on the UK Continental Shelf (UKCS). The purpose of the Infrastructure Code of Practice is to facilitate infrastructure use for the development of remaining UKCS reserves through timely agreements on fair and reasonable terms, where risks taken are reflected by rewards. Guidance to this Code has also been developed by Oil & Gas UK through a broad industry working group.

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Download the accompanying guidance notes.

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UP06
2017

Poor negotiation practice and undesirable behaviours by legal and commercial practitioners are often cited as a barrier to timely conclusion of agreements between parties. While there are many areas to consider, there are several basic elements that will support a timely and successful negotiation process.

Recognising that each negotiation may have unique elements, this guidance suggests a generic best practice for a negotiation and highlights some of the expected positive industry behaviours required to ensure a timely and successful negotiation process consistent with the recently updated Commercial Code of Practice (CCOP). This guidance should therefore be read in conjunction with the CCOP.

The scope of agreements covered by this guidance is intended to be the traditional suite of upstream agreements and is not intended to cover, for example, corporate acquisitions nor conflict with the established infrastructure processes.

This voluntary best practice guidance has been developed by a cross section of industry legal and commercial practitioners and is supported by the Oil and Gas Authority (OGA).

 

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UP05
2017

The purpose of these guidelines is to help companies understand and implement the recommendations of the OSPRAG Technical Review Group on Competency Training and Human Factors. It should also help duty holders comply with the information, instruction, training and supervision requirements of the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act 1974 as amended and secondary regulations. Competency requirements for well examiners are covered separately in the Oil & Gas UK Well Examination Guidelines and British Standard ISO/TS 17969.

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Member & Associate Price: FREE (Please log in using your member account to download free of charge)

Non-Member Price: £ 60.00

CATEGORY: Offshore operations and technology
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UP03
2017

The purpose of this document is to help well operators comply with the applicable new regulations on well examination.

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Member & Associate Price: FREE (Please log in using your member account to download free of charge)

Non-Member Price: £ 60.00

CATEGORY: Offshore operations and technology
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UP04
2017

The purpose of this document is to help well operators comply with the applicable regulations on well examination.

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Member & Associate Price: FREE (Please log in using your member account to download free of charge)

Non-Member Price: £ 60.00

CATEGORY: Offshore operations and technology
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HSE06
2017
The latest version of the Health & Safety Report provides
  • A detailed summary of the UK offshore oil and gas industry’s safety performance
  • An overview of the safety-related projects being carried out across the industry
  • An explanation of how the safety agenda is being effectively managed by Oil & Gas UK and its members

Access the online interactive version.

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CATEGORY: Health and Safety
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UP02
2017

The Guidelines to Maximise Compression System Efficiency aim to address gas compression losses, which accounted for over 40 million boe (barrels of oil equivalent) in unplanned production losses in 2015. The aim is to boost production efficiency in the UK Continental Shelf by determining the root cause of compression system failures and developing good practice guidelines for maintaining operations.

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CATEGORY: Efficiency, Offshore operations and technology, Supply Chain
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CO044
2017
The magazine for the UK offshore oil and gas industry.

This publication is available free of charge.

Read the online interactive version – Wireline Issue 39 Summer 2017

Download a PDF file.

Advertising in Wireline magazine is available. To find out more please visit our advertising page.

CATEGORY: Corporate
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These guidelines are provided free of charge, add to basket and purchase as normal without a charge.

The Tendering Efficiency Framework (TEF) focuses on minimising duplication and maximising tender compliance. The guide is designed to help industry save 12 to 15 per cent (or £25m per year) by streamlining the procurement process through industry-wide cultural change.

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Member & Associate Price: FREE (Please follow the normal purchase procedure to download)

CATEGORY: Efficiency, Offshore operations and technology, Supply Chain
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2017

The seabird survey data has been placed on the European Seabirds at Sea (ESAS) database. It includes A Review of the Value and Applicability of the JNCC Seabird Vulnerability Index to the Marine Waters off Eastern Scotland, which examines data from the Seabird Oil Sensitivity Index. Another area of published work, ESAS Suitability Study, tests the Seabird Oil Sensitivity Index data against newly collected data.

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Please note that this is a zip file, which will download automatically when the above link is clicked.

CATEGORY: Environment
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UP01
2017

Oil & Gas UK’s Business Outlook 2017 reflects on the sector’s past performance and assesses its future prospects. The information that forms the basis of this report is provided by our members from across the industry, uniquely positioning us to set out the business outlook for the whole sector.

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CATEGORY: Offshore operations and technology
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