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Role of Emergency Preparedness to s upport Sabah energy developments Dominic Webb APAC Regional Director, Altor Risk Group . Agenda. Introductions Malaysia and Sabah Oil & Gas Major event losses Holistic Risk Management & Priorities Managing Risk Integrated Emergency Management Systems.

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Role of Emergency Preparedness to support Sabah energy developmentsDominic WebbAPAC Regional Director, Altor Risk Group


Agenda

Agenda

  • Introductions

  • Malaysia and Sabah Oil & Gas

  • Major event losses

  • Holistic Risk Management & Priorities

  • Managing Risk

  • Integrated Emergency Management Systems


Major events in the last 25 years

Major Events in the Last 25 Years

Helicopter crash North Sea 2009

Buncefield fire UK 2005

Mumbai High North platform fire 2005

Kolskaya oil rig sunk 2011

Piper Alpha 1988

Pipeline explosion Nigeria 1998

Texas City refinery explosion 2005

Exxon Valdez 1989

Deep Water Horizon 2010

PetrobrasP36 2001

S. Korea tanker spill 2007

Rayong Oil Spill 2013


Financial loss due to major incidents

Financial Loss due to Major Incidents

Losses (US $M)

Source: MARSH (Global Energy Practice 2011)


Response priorities

Response Priorities

People

1

Employees, Contractors, suppliers, customers and communities

Environment

Air, water, land

2

Assets

Plant & Property, Contractor’s, communities and 3rd party facilities etc.

3

Reputation

& Image

Production, customers, reputation & business continuity

4


Holistic risk management

Holistic Risk Management

Operational Risk v Enterprise Risk


Crisis of management

Crisis of Management

Threats

Impacts

Source: Adapted from James Reason 1990


Managing r esidual r isk

Managing Residual Risk


Integrated emergency response

Integrated Emergency Response

QRA

Plans

HAZOP

Procedure

HAZID

Training

MAHS

Exercise

COMAH

Response


Example hazard contour map

Example - Hazard Contour Map

Hazard Contour Map

Refrigerant Storage Hydrocarbon Fire / Release

Maximum Fatality Range due to a Fireball from a Ruptured Ethane Bullet


Gateway approach to training

Gateway Approach to Training

ICS


Types of exercise

Types of exercise


Altor exercise m ethodology

Altor Exercise Methodology


Summary and conclusion

Summary and Conclusion

  • Working across the “bow tie”

  • Holistic approach to risk management

  • Industry standards adapted to country specific requirements

  • Alignment to local regulations


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