Dec. 11, 2018


Description

 

During the past seven to eight years, the Permian Basin area has been one of the most active oil and gas shale play/development regions within the United States. With the high activity and success of oil and gas development, has brought many ESH challenges to the oil and gas companies operating in this fast-paced environment. The ESH professionals working in this region are faced with many unique challenges that have not been observed/experienced in previous boom times. ESH teams must now: use new ideas or old ideas with a twist, dedicate additional time to the details, keep a proactive approach and maintain a team effort with all parties (Internal to the company, contractors, agencies, and the surrounding community’s)

 This presentation is focused on the ESH challenges and the proactive tools used to help mitigate/reduce the risk and/or solve the problem.

 

Note: Details to log in will be emailed to registrants on the morning of the event.

 

 


Featured Speakers

Speaker: Stuart Wittenbach, MS, REM, CEM
Speaker Stuart Wittenbach, MS, REM, CEM
Stuart Wittenbach has over 37 years of experience within the environmental safety and health discipline, specifically within the oil and gas industry. His initial start in the industry began with Tenneco Oil Company in 1981, and he has been with Kerr-McGee Oil & Gas/Anadarko, SandRidge Energy and since 2013 has …

Stuart Wittenbach has over 37 years of experience within the environmental safety and health discipline, specifically within the oil and gas industry. His initial start in the industry began with Tenneco Oil Company in 1981, and he has been with Kerr-McGee Oil & Gas/Anadarko, SandRidge Energy and since 2013 has been the Director of ESH at Cimarex Energy. He has worked within the United States onshore and offshore, and internationally for both exploration and production projects. During his career, he has been active in the development and implementation of ESH programs and management systems, participation on industry/agency regulation development, development of emergency response and crisis teams, research and development of spill remediation guidelines and many other ESH/operations projects.


Stuart is a graduate of Texas Tech University (B.S.) and Stephen F. Austin State University (M.S.). He is currently serving as the co-Chair of the Independent Producers ESH Managers Forum, and serves on various state industry associations ESH committees (TXOGA, NMOGA, and OKOGA).


When not working on ESH projects for Cimarex, he spends his time with family, fishing, outdoor activities and woodworking projects.

Full Description


Date and Time

Tue, Dec. 11, 2018

noon - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0600) US/Central

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Location

Webinar