Presentation on theme: "THE PETROLEUM SAFETY AUTHORITY NORWAY The Petroleum Safety Authority is committed to being a modern and flexible regulatory and coordinating agency Senior."— Presentation transcript:
THE PETROLEUM SAFETY AUTHORITY NORWAY The Petroleum Safety Authority is committed to being a modern and flexible regulatory and coordinating agency Senior management team (6+press) SupervisionProfessional competence Operations and development Regulatory development
The senior management team is responsible for ensuring that the Petroleum Safety Authority Norway discharges the duties specified in the Crown Prince Regent’s decree, letter of allocation and the agency’s overall objectives. Senior management team (6 + press) Magne Ognedal, director-general Ultimate responsibility for results Anne Vatten and Finn Carlsen, directors of supervisory activities Vatten and Carlsen share responsibility for the supervisory activities in the teams. Olaf Thuestad, director of regulatory development Responsible for regulatory development, including cooperation with the parties and coordination and collaboration agreements with other government authorities. Øyvind Tuntland, director of professional competence Responsible for results in six discipline areas and the HSE Communications and Public Relations team. Gerd Randi Kaland, director of operational support and development Responsible for results, human resources and competence development in the operations and development area. Inger Anda, press spokesperson Press spokesperson attends senior management meetings.
Supervision 1.StatoilHydro (shelf based activities) 2.Shell, ExxonMobil, Eni, Marathon, GDF Suez 3.BP, ConocoPhillips, Talisman, Total, operating companies that are in the exploration phase only, other licensees 4.StatoilHydro (processing facilities onshore), Esso (processing facilities onshore), Naturkraft, Gassco 5.Mobile facilities and drilling contractors 6.Other contractors, Petoro - There are 6 main supervision groups, organized in relation to six groups of players. - Each main group has a contact person who is the regular contact for their defined players. - Each main group has a supervision coordinator who is responsible for products and formal decisions. Supervision
Professional competence 1.Drilling and well technology Discipline leader: Kjell Marius Auflem 2.Process integrity Discipline leader: Torleif Husebø 3.Structural integrity Discipline leader: Ole Jacob Næss 4.Logistics and emergency preparedness Discipline leader: Svein Anders Eriksson 5.Working environment Discipline leader: Sigvart Zachariassen 6.HSE management and legal affairs Discipline leader: Ingrid Årstad 7.HSE communications and public relations Personnel manager: Inger Anda - The Petroleum Safety Authority Norway is divided into discipline areas with dedicated leaders for each area. - Discipline leaders are responsible for personnel and development of competence. Professional competence
Regulatory development 1.Follow-up of framework conditions, including EU/EEA, standardization and implementation of EU/EEA regulations, principle interpretations. Coordinator: Linda Halvorsen 2.Develop and maintain collaboration and cooperation agreements – national and international. Coordinator: Roar Andersen 3.Special projects, including assisting the Ministry in preparing White Papers and studies. Coordinator: Paul Bang Regulatory development has the overall responsibility for regulations and agreements, including strategies for formulating, preparation and principles for enforcement. Regulatory development is organized into three areas with the following responsibilities: Regulatory development
Operational support and development Responsible for internal operations and organisational development The following teams report to director, Gerd Randi Kaland - Human resources, organization and company medical service - Finance - Internal security The following teams report to area manager Jorunn Romsbotn - Web information - Library - Document center - System development - Elsak - Canteen Operational support and development - Human resources and product responsibility - Development tasks are followed up by the Development Forum - Joint services
Resource allocation SupervisionProfessional competence Product responsibility rests with the main groups, which report to the directors of supervisory activities. HR responsibility rests with the discipline leaders, who report to the director of professional competence. Supervision tasks Project teams StatoilHydro (shelf based activities) Shell, ExxonMobil, Eni, Marathon, Gaz de France BP, ConocoPhillips, Talisman, Total, operating companies that are in the exploration phase only, other licensees StatoilHydro (processing facilities onshore), Esso (processing facilities onshore), Naturkraft, Gassco Mobile facilities and drilling contractors Other contractors, Petoro Drilling and well technology Process integrity Structural safety Logistics and emergency preparedness Working environment HSE management and legal affairs HSE comm. and public relations