HUMAN error and a failed screw and nut assembly seem likely factors in a fatal well fire that occurred
A PUSH from industry bodies in the UK has led to an expansion of consultant DNV GL's offshore safety
THE International Well Control Forum is establishing technical taskforces involving industry specialists
SINCE 2010 there has been a steadily increasing trend of piracy attacks in Southeast Asia, according
OIL and gas industry skills provider and training standards body Opito has set new and higher standards
IN today's News Wrap: Pumas to soar again; direct action cost in focus; railcar blitz.
AUSTRALIAN companies are showing a growing panache for entering geopolitical hotspots in the search for
IN today's News Wrap: Puma fears; CSG writedowns; BP's quandary
FOUR oil workers have been killed in a helicopter crash in the North Sea.
TWO Bechtel contractors working on Curtis Island in Queensland have been injured by a falling beam, with
MARINE and fire-safety equipment maker Viking Lifesaving Equipment has introduced a multi-year service
WATLOW'S latest thermal system product has received an IECEx "e" certification showing an increase in
PROPER maintenance of fast-rescue craft is a must if safety incidents are to be avoided, according to
ENGINEERING firm Gates Australia has delivered a step-by-step safety manual on the maintenance and safety
SOUTH KOREA's snowballing scandal over compromised safety issues at its nuclear power plants has uncanny
THERE is room for improvement in safety culture, says Griffith University Professor Sidney Decker, the