HSSE-SR: Emergency Management - GOM Helix Capping Stack Deployment Drill & Lessons Learned

Speaker Terry Moore, Global Emergency Response Manager - Noble Energy
Terry has over 29 years of experience in public safety / emergency management. The first 15 years were in the fire services and emergency medical services. After 15 years as a fire fighter and 10 as a paramedic he sought bigger challenges on the disaster front and moved from Albuquerque, ...

Terry has over 29 years of experience in public safety / emergency management. The first 15 years were in the fire services and emergency medical services. After 15 years as a fire fighter and 10 as a paramedic he sought bigger challenges on the disaster front and moved from Albuquerque, NM to Houston.


He joined the City of Houston Office of Emergency Management shortly following TS Allison in 2001 where his focus was on evacuation planning and disaster response. This experience includes working with federal, state, and local agencies, private industry, and community-based organizations. He served as the project manager for the City of Houston UASI region as the technology coordinator, responsible for the implementation of crisis management applications.


His disaster experience began as a federal responder to Hurricane Georges in 1998. Since then he has been involved with the Cerro Grande wildfire, Tropical Storm Allison, Hurricanes Katrina, Rita and Ike. As a crisis planner he coordinated Joint Operation Center activities for Super Bowl XXXVIII, MLB / NBA All Star Games in Houston, and worked in the planning section during the MC252 Deepwater Horizon Incident at the Houma ICP and New
Orleans Area Command.


Terry is a Certified Emergency Manager and Associate Business Continuity Professional.

Full Description

The presentation will provide a summary of the 2013 GOM Helix Capping Stack Deployment Drill including lessons learned. Additional information will be shared as follows:

  • Noble Energy's emergency management approach
  • Noble Energy's Incident Command at NEC office
  • Helix Well Containment Group capabilities

When?

Tue, Aug. 27, 2013
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. America/Chicago

How Much?

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Where?

Petroleum Club
800 Bell Street, 43rd Floor
Houston, Texas 77002
USA

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