GAIL hosts oil and gas conclave

Conclave deliberates on various issues on the health safety and environment matters for smooth operation

GN Bureau | December 9, 2017


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 GAIL Limited organised two day-long oil and gas health safety and environment (HSE) conclave for oil and gas enterprises on Friday at Noida

GAIL director (projects) and chairman of the conclave, Ashutosh Karnatak laid emphasis on the importance of operation and maintenance aspect of the oil and gas sector in terms of HSE related issues that each plant of hydrocarbon sector grapples with.
 
While supplies and production of the vital products of transportation of the hydrocarbon products, natural gas are maintained at the optimum level, smooth operation of the plants are required to be maintained by mitigating the risk of any eventuality during the operation, he said. Hydrocarbon sector is prone to various industrial hazards during operation, he added.
 
He pointed out that the conclave deliberated on various issues on the HSE matters for smooth operation.
 
Referring to the vast marketing distribution network developed by the oil companies supplying essential fuels in the remotest parts, Karnatak said that India has the second largest customer base in the world. “With the country’s high oil import dependence, it is necessary that petroleum products be leveraged with maximum reach to end use customers across the country and importance of HSE issues are very important today,” he said.
 

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