Friday, 19 February 2010

As Safe As Yesterday – Humble Pie (1969)

There were many buzzwords that have haunted the energy industry in the past year but none more disconcerting than terrorism. Countering threats both onshore and offshore has further complicated the logistics of every operation. With the rise in attacks it is essential that all parties involved understand potential threats, prevention, legal issues and risk management to ensure the safety of infrastructure and staff.

One can only gain this acumen by working with the issue’s foremost experts and hearing their experiences and recommendations. This unique opportunity will only be afforded at one upcoming conference:

Energy Terrorism: Countering Threats to Physical Assets and Human Capital
29-30 June 2010 at the CBI Centre – London, UK

The Oxford Princeton Programme is pleased to present a conference on this timely and relevant subject. Over twenty plenary speakers from essential advisory, risk management, insurance, protection, kidnap negotiation and anti-piracy services will engage in a discussion forum on the issues and risks as well as strategies and tactics using in-depth case studies taken directly from news headlines and first-hand encounters. This conference is highly-interactive and includes Q&A sessions, networking coffee breaks/luncheon and an exhibition.

For complete conference agenda, registration information or sponsorship/exhibition opportunities please visit

Quote of the week-
“A ship in harbor is safe, but that is not what ships are built for.” – John A. Shedd

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