The use of oil and gas in society today is an integral part of our way of living. At the same time, society expects us in the industry to conduct exploration and production of energy with the utmost care for people and the environment.
The Macondo disaster in 2010 showed that the oil and gas industry will have to work ever harder to meet these reasonable expectations.
At the Task Force ZERO conference, senior industry leaders will look at improvements being implemented and at plans for the near future.
Politicians and regulators will explore political expectations and issues to be resolved. Psychologists will share perspectives valuable to the industry as we seek to ensure a safe and responsible oil and gas industry in the longer term.
Mark Wallace heads up the Danish Underground Consortium on behalf of the operator, Maersk Oil.
The regulators expectations to the industry.
New trends in managing safe behaviors at the work place.
Initiatives to make further improvements to the safety of Global well operations.
Former editor and host of science TV programmes at Danish Broadcast Corporation.
Safety and integrity come first.
The oil and gas industry continues to meet the challenges.
Human factors and drilling safety.
Post Macondo from the perspective of a service company
Havnegade 18, 6700 Esbjerg
8.30 am — 4.30 pm
Nicola Gordon, SHELL
Lars Roesen, HESS
Hans Jørn Johansen, DONG E&P
Esben Mortensen, TFZ
Phone +45 3377 3535
Cell +45 2949 4575
Fax +45 3377 3790
TFZ or DOI members DKK 2.000
Non-members DKK 2.500
Regulators/Goverment agency representatives DKK 500
Students DKK 200
Journalists/politicians Free access
(Contact TFZ secretariat)