7 March 2018
BMT has supported Oil & Gas UK with the new Financial Responsibility Guidelines released last week. Oil & Gas UK is the leading representative body for the UK offshore oil and gas industry.
Louise O’Hara Murray, Environment Manager at Oil & Gas UK comments: “These guidelines are part of the industry’s preparedness and response plan in the event of an oil release. They outline the level of financial liability required and how this should be declared or demonstrated to the UK’s Offshore Petroleum Regulator for Environment and Decommissioning.”
BMT undertook a suite of oil spill modelling scenarios and associated assessment analyses to assist in the development of a common tool for licenses of oil and gas assets and determine where financial responsibilities lie in the event of an oil release. Utilising the SINTEF Oil Spill Contingency and Response (OSCAR) model, BMT determined the potential cost implications of the accidental releases focusing on key areas including: fisheries; aquaculture; tourism; clean-up and waste (disposal).
Claire Hinton, Principal Consultant at BMT comments: “Having previously worked with the Offshore Pollution Liability Association (OPOL), we have played an integral role in helping to shape and refine these types of assessment studies for over 20 years. We now have a strong methodology in place that has been used within this study for Oil & Gas UK, as well as other countries operating in the North Sea and can be easily applied to other parts of the world where oil and gas is an active market.”
28 June 2021
We are pleased to confirm our transition from OHSAS 18001 to ISO 45001. This key objective reflects BMT’s continuing commitment to our people, the environment, and our industry partners.
16 June 2021
BMT can now provide relevant, high quality asset management assessments of organisations against internationally recognised standards (ISO 55000).
14 June 2021
BMT is a conference sponsor, speaker and exhibitor at the 2021 Institute of Asset Management (IAM) Conference annual conference focused on looking at how asset management can meet the challenges of climate change.
12 May 2021
With recent consolidation of regional offices to Houston to better support energy clients' digital transformation strategies, Phil Dana will continue leading business development across the region.