(first in a series of blogs bringing the voice of people in or affected by the oil industry all over the world – ed) As a little girl I loved flying and always thought I’d be an Airhostess so I could spend as much time flying as possible. Later my passion was shifted to Pharmacy more »
Recent blog posts
- Come and get it! OpenOil publishes first open API for oil rights
- Shell, BG, and keeping the lights on in Tunisia
- Open modeling will help governments, whether they admit it or not
- Public interest models: a powerful tool for the advocacy agenda
- Public interest modeling is the entry point, not the grand finale, of transparency work
In case you were worried about best practice being followed in the oil industry around the world, we've been reviewing Libya's contracts for some research and came across this, embedded in the main EPSA IV agreements between the Libyan state and all the major oil companies of the world. 1.33 Good Oilfield Practices means those practices, methods, standards and procedures generally accepted and followed by prudent, diligent, skilled and experienced operators in petroleum exploration, development and production operations and which, at the particular time in question, in the exercise of reasonable judgment and in the light of facts then known at the time a decision was made, would be expected to accomplish the desired results and goals" So that's alright, then.