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Oil and gas operations take place in many countries where the quality of medical services and specialities differs. It is therefore important for a company to assess local health facilities to ensure that they can provide optimal medical care for their workers.Good practices in supply chain management and carbon footprint of wind and solar energy technologies: literature review
This document provides a comprehensive review of existing good practices that address environmental and social risks across the supply chain, and carbon footprint management across the project life cycle of onshore and offshore wind and solar PV technologies.
The Ipieca-IOGP compendium provides an introduction to energy efficiency measures for oil and gas facilities, and aims to raise awareness and uptake of such technologies and practices across the industry.
This briefing builds a shared understanding of carbon-compensated products, their role in supporting net-zero ambitions and the energy transition, and explores good practice in using them.
The briefing highlights the role of oil and gas in supporting a just transition, the regional complexities of a net-zero future and the need for collaboration to scale up energy transition enablers.
This webinar from Ipieca, SPE Gaia, OGCI and IOGP offers updates on current cluster projects and explores the opportunities/challenges of CCUS clusters and hubs, including partnership cooperation, policy support, investment, regulatory issues, and public engagement.
Ipieca, together with IOGP and the Oil and Gas Climate Initiative (OGCI), have released a recommended practices guide to help operators select and deploy methane detection and quantification technologies.Environmental and social good practice for the energy transition: a compendium of Ipieca good practices
An update to the compendium, first published in 2020, is now available. It aims to support renewable energy developers to enhance the environmental and social performance of their projects and operations.
An Incident Management System (IMS) is essential to optimizing response times and efficiency, providing clarity in command and control, improving resource coordination and communications, and facilitating the cooperation and integration of responding organizations.
This document is aimed at those persons responsible for ensuring that oil spill contingency plans are practised and verified, providing guidance on constructing an exercise programme that is suitable for meeting an organization’s or facility’s requirements.