On Friday, December 4 2020, HHRM hosted the Mediterranean Offshore Authorities Forum with the participation of the Competent Authorities for Offshore Safety from EU Mediterranean Countries (Croatia, Cyprus, Greece, Italy, Malta, Spain and Portugal), the Department of Public Works of the Ministry of Transport, Communications and Works of Cyprus and the Cyprus Hydrocarbons Company.
HHRM continues to realise its vision for continuous improvement of the framework and knowledge in the safety of Offshore Oil & Gas Operations in the Mediterranean region through the exchange of best practices and experience. This forum’s discussions covered the subjects of converting an installation to an underground gas storage facility, standby vessel requirements, financial security and liabilities, cost of decommissioning calculation and pipeline safety. The presentations used during the discussions are available at the links below.
Aristofanis Stefatos - CEO of HHRM
Joerg Koehli - European Commission, Directorate General for Energy
Vlatka Vanicek - Croatian Hydrocarbon AgencyStandby vessel requirements
Katerina Plati - Department of Labour Inspection of CyprusFinancial Capacity and Liabilities
Katerina Kostaki - Hellenic Hydrocarbon Resources ManagementCalculating the cost of decommissioning
Roberto Cianella - Ministry of Economic Development of ItalyPipeline Safety and overseeing authorities
Stelios Zervos - Ministry of Transport, Communications and Works of Cyprus
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