November 2013

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HP Integration Strategies: Operational integrity management at Statoil

Asset-intensive industries continue to suffer from unplanned downtime, failure to meet planned production rates, and too many safety and environmental incidents. Until companies can manage and mitigat..

Reynolds, P., ARC Advisory Group

Asset-intensive industries continue to suffer from unplanned downtime, failure to meet planned production rates, and too many safety and environmental incidents. Until companies can manage and mitigate operational risks proactively, they will continue to struggle to improve profitability and build shareholder value stemming from continued production interruptions, lost productivity and collateral brand damage. Statoil’s focus on HSE  Statoil has expanded its operations to become an integrated international energy company with operations in 35 countries. These include more than 40 production assets plus refineries, terminals and gas processing plants. To meet Statoil’s goal o

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