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Nigeria: Shell Achieves Zero Lost Time Incidents

COMMENT RECEIVED FROM A SHELL RELATED EXPERT: “And pigs can fly….remember that at the time of the Macondo blowout, the crew were also celebrating a period without an LTI”

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Shell Companies in Nigeria said they have worked 10 months without lost-time injury, surpassing the previous safety record set in the Pearl gas-to-liquid (GTL) project in Qatar in 2010.

This means that staff and contractors of Shell Petroleum Development Company of Nigeria Ltd (SPDC), Shell Nigeria Exploration and Production Company (SNEPCo) and Shell Nigeria Gas (SNG) worked between December 2012 and September 2013 without any injury requiring time off work. read more

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Department of Energy consultant unable to access Corrib gas tunnel on recent inspection

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Lorna Siggins: Tuesday September 10, 2013

A Department of Energy consultant tasked with the most recent inspection of the Corrib gas pipeline works was unable to gain access to the tunnel as he did not have the necessary certification.

The consultant, attached to British firm Graeme Peterson Associates, visited the tunnelling work site at Aughoose in north Mayo on July 2nd-3rd, following reports of “sinkholes” or “air depressions” on the surface of Sruwaddacon estuary.

However, in his report to the Department of Energy, he states that tunnel access was “prevented on this occasion” as only personnel who had undergone the regulation confined space training could enter read more

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