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Safety and Environmental Videos
June 27, 2013- As BSEE Safety Month draws to a close, the Bureau released today a video highlighting the work of Hurricane Response Team members in monitoring potential impact and damage to oil and gas operations in the Gulf of Mexico.
June 25, 2013- In this third part of BSEE's video showcase for safety month, the Bureau hears from Rose Capers-Webb, BSEE's Safety & Occupational Health Manager.
June 20, 2013- Today we released an all employee memo, along with a safety poster, that outlines the nine values of a culture of safety.
June 13, 2013- In the second part of BSEE's video showcase for safety month, the Bureau hears from Staci King, Chief of the Safety and Environmental Management Systems (SEMS) Branch.
Safe Drilling Margin
By: Fred Brink, Petroleum Engineer/Chief, District Operations Support, BSEE Gulf of Mexico Region
November 20, 2015 - Industry is drilling further offshore as technology advances. As they go further offshore, the water depth increases, well designs become more complex, and the cost of drilling increases dramatically. A critical factor to ensure a well is successfully drilled is to determine a safe drilling margin, which is not always so easy. What exactly is a safe drilling margin?
November 13, 2015 -- Here at BSEE we are privileged to work with a diverse group of professionals who possess a broad range of technical expertise. The bureau employs over 800 staff dedicated to promoting safety, protecting the environment, and conserving our nation’s offshore resources.