Enventure, the world's leading provider of SET® solid expandable solutions for the energy industry, announced today that the company has reached a significant safety milestone: 1,000 consecutive SET systems have been installed with zero recordable incidents. Over the course of 2,640 calendar days, Enventure worked approximately 350,000 direct installation man-hours and expanded over 760,000 ft. of expandable pipe without a recordable incident. The landmark installation took place on April 14, 2013 in the Danish North Sea where Enventure expanded 450 ft. of 8-5/8 x 10-3/4 in. SET Openhole liner at a depth of 11,000 ft. in the well.

“This recognition is a true testament to Enventure’s historic dedication to safety and the common goal of protecting people and the environment, while executing drilling operations and responsibilities in some of the most hazardous of surroundings,” said Alastair McClean, President and CEO, Enventure. “We want to congratulate our employees on this achievement and thank them for their unwavering dedication to safety.”

Enventure consistently evaluates the company’s Health, Safety, Security and Environment (HSSE) systems and training programs to ensure they are operating at optimum performance and creating an incident-free workplace for all employees, customers and suppliers. This commitment is built on the company’s foundation of the HSSE Excellence Statement and 10 Guiding Principles it abides by to meet or go beyond regulatory compliance: commitment; organization; accountability; management systems and standards; risk management; legislative compliance; training; environmental aspects; continuous improvement; and monitor, audit and review.
The company also maintains their strong safety record by performing smaller, yet significant initiatives day-in and day-out that support the larger HSSE management program such as: participating in Enventure’s Observation System, beginning all meetings with a safety moment, and conducting Job Safety Analyses (JSA) on all customer job sites before every new activity begins.

Wednesday, June 19, 2013