Mutual-Aid

Report
SCAA Annual Meeting
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HWCG Mutual Aid
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HWCG Milestones - Technical – Capacities
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 Water Depth
10,000 ft WD
 Pressure Ratings (2 capping stacks)
10,000 & 15,000 PSI
 Flowback
130,000 BFPD / 180 MMCFD
 Well Containment Plan (RCD)
2011-2014
 Members
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 HWCG “Model”
Lease or Rent
 Mutual Aid Agreements
Rigs, Equip, Contractors, Members
 Approvals through BSEE
WCP; TLP/SPAR; Flow & capture; RCD
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Mutual Aid for Source Control
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• Mutual Aid has previously been brought to
bear for oil spills, natural disasters and fire.
• Step change in domestic E&P industry for well
containment.
• Consistency is key to all organizations involved
Mutual Aid for Well Containment
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• Immediate assistance of personnel and
equipment
• Response Teams
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Relief Well
Containment Ops
Flow Engineering
SIMOPS
Flowback
• Access to specialized equipment and technical
expertise of personnel
• Contractual agreement defines responsibilities
and liabilities for members
Additionally
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• Standardized policies, procedures for the mutual
aid response.
– Generic plan
– Standard Notification processes
• Equipment and Personnel
– Incident Command System
– IMH – Incident Management Handbook
• An organization comprised of diverse E&P
companies that bring to bear a collective solution
though mutual aid.
HWCG – IMH
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Incident Management
Handbook for Source
Control
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Incident Management Handbook
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• The HWCG IMH (Incident Management
Handbook) provides an organizational
structure that can be incorporated into the
Incident Command System so that a response
to a blowout or well control event can
proceed quickly, orderly, and effectively.
• To that end, the roles and responsibilities of
key response personnel are defined and
standardized to facilitate the implementation
of an effective well containment plan.
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Actual
visualization of
specific operations
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All roles and
responsibilities are
spelled out with
description and
checklist for easy
comprehension and
operations.
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Process of how
Source Control
would interact with
IMT/Unified
Command in
different locations.
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Notification System
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• Notification system in place, has a database of
225+ personnel listed for Mutual Aid for source
control.
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Notification by company
Notification by group
Notification by vendor
Notification by individual
• Website setup for signup of members
– New entries, revisions, deletions or updates
• Dedicated Command Center for Source Control
– PetroSkills – Katy, TX – 15,000 sq. ft. dedicated area
• Call back data to support long-term event –
immediate.
Incident Command System
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• In order to establish a standardized system of
incident command, we have adopted the
National Incident Management System (NIMS)
as the standard operating procedures for all
members.
– Incident Management Team
– Source Control Team
ICS Organization
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Incident
Commander
Public Information
Officer
Liaison
Officer
Command
Staff
Safety
Officer
Source Control
Section Chief
Operations
Section Chief
Planning
Section Chief
Logistics
Section Chief
Finance/Admin
Section Chief
General
Staff
Source Control Organization
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Source Control Chief
Relief Well Group
SIMOPS Group
Containment OPS
Group
Drilling
Engineering
Debris Removal
Well Control
Directional
Drilling
ROV
Operations
Utility IWOCS
Supply Vessel
Pumping
G&G
- RP – Mutual Aid
RP/Vendor/Mutual Aid
Flow Engr’g Group
Chemical
Flow Assurance
Reservoir
Engineering
Anchor
Handling
Dispersant
Intervention
Vessel
Flow
Calculations
Flowback Group
Vessel
Management
Marketing
Sales
What Is a Mutual Aid Operational
Plan?
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A mutual aid operational plan provides the “game plan”
for how a mutual aid agreement will be implemented.
An operational plan includes detailed information
about:
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Activation
Requests for Assistance
Mobilization
Resource Accountability
Demobilization
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Documentation
Training
Exercises
After-Action Review
Plan Maintenance
Mutual Aid Conclusion
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• Successful response with Mutual Aid
– Develop agreement for all to monitor and follow.
– Highly motivated members identified.
– Notification system calls-out personnel and
equipment.
– Consistent process and procedures.
– Management system that all can implement
immediately.
– Established roles and responsibilities.
– Exercise and train (individually and as a group)
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