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					                                      Current Situation


World Oil and Gas Production

                  250
                          Industry Constraint or Opportunity…How
                          do we double capacity over the next 30 years?
                  200
                          How do you stay in Regulatory Compliance?
  Million BOEPD




                  150



                  100



                  50



                   0
                       1965 1970 1975 1980 1985 1990 1995 2000 2005 2010 2015 2020 2025 2030
                                   Demographics of E&P


Oil and Gas. . .
Employment and Production
                    800                                               250


                    700
                                        Production                    150




                                                                               Production Mil BOEPD
 Employment (000)




                    600                                                   50


                    500


                    400
                                   People

                    300

                    200

                    100

                          0
                          1980   1990       2000     2010   2020   2030
                                     Demographics of E&P


Industry Population by Age Group
                                    48 years old                   55 years old
   Population of Industry




                            20     30          40      50          60      70
                                                    Year    Year
                                 Average Age        2000    2007
                               Demographics of E&P


Numbers and Systems by Decade




                                                                                       Oil and Gas
                                                                                       Production
                             Historical Production
 High
                  Headcount        Data           Technology
   Headcount




                                                                                           Average Age
                                                                                  50
                                                                                  40
 Low                                                                              30


               1950   1960      1970      1980      1990   2000   2010   2020   2030

                                                 Decades
                              Constraint or Opportunity


Numbers and Systems By Decade




                                                                                                     Oil and Gas
                                                                                                     Production
                             Historical Production
 High
                                                                              “Intelligent”
                  Headcount        Data           Technology      Knowledge
                                                                                Systems
   Headcount




                                                                                                         Average Age
                                                                                                50
                                                                                                40
 Low                                                                                            30


               1950   1960      1970      1980      1990   2000       2010       2020         2030

                                                 Decades
                                Constraint or Opportunity



People and Productivity

               100%
                                                                              Recruit new
               90%                                                               WF and
                                                                                improve
               80%
                      (today)                                                 productivity
                                    Lose
               70%                                             Improve
                                   60% WF
                                                            productivity by
Productivity




               60%                 by 2007
                                                                 20%
               50%                             Retain 20%
               40%
               30%
               20%
               10%
   SEMP Audit Protocols that need to be addressed
                                                        Documentation
                            SEMP Protocol
                                                            Trail


1. Leadership & Commitment
2. Safety & Information Environmental
3. Hazards Analysis
4. Management of Change
5. Operating Procedures
6. Safe Work Practices

7. Training
8. Assurance of Quality & Mechanical        Integrity
9. Pre-Startup Review
10. Emergency Response & Control
11. Investigation of Incidents
12. Audit of Safety & Environmental Elements
Statement of DOT to Congress
   “As overseers of the nation's 2.1 million miles of pipelines, we
   hold the people's trust to ensure that vital energy resources will
   be delivered safely and securely. We execute this mission
   through a number of statutory charges. We are charged with
   setting standards for the design, construction, testing, operation,
   maintenance and repair of pipelines. We are charged with
   ensuring the qualification of personnel who perform pipeline
   safety responsibilities. We are charged with responding to
   emergencies when pipeline systems fail. And we are charged to
   enforce the law, when standards are not followed. We take our
   job very seriously and I assure you, we are on the job. “ – Ellen
   G. Engleman
Ideal Corporate Characteristics
 Visionary Management outlook
   Top to bottom compliance and safety mantra

   Committed to excellence in performance based
   evaluations and accountability

   Driven to remain efficient, safe, and consistent

   Strong desire to do the right thing

   Cognizant and focused on responsibility to
   environment and the community

   Values and supports Personnel
Safety and Compliance Lessons
Learned
 Body count & Skill level down
 The Regulatory Depth of Requirement is up
 Some companies view Compliance Regulation as an
 obstacle = multiple problems
 The populace wants more Regulation and better
 service all Companies want reduced costs
 Companies are seeking solutions
 Web-based tools are “proven solutions”