Managing risk in the age of shale

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14 March 2013

One of the world’s leading engineering, architecture and environmental consulting companies, GHD, will be presenting in two very different capacities at the Project Risk Management for Oil & Gas Forum in Perth later this month.

Peter Janus, GHD’s principal risk consultant, will be delivering a paper to oil and gas leaders on assessing the effectiveness of project risk matrices and systems, to help establish and streamline efficient techniques. The presentation comes at a time where efficiency in the energy and resources sector is paramount to ongoing project success.

Barbara Campany, GHD’s principal consultant on stakeholder engagement, will tackle an entirely different influence in facilitating a workshop titled ‘Quantifying and managing stakeholder risks - measuring and managing Corporate Social Responsibility across project delivery’.

Barbara’s workshop coincides with an increased interest in unconventional (shale) gas as an alternative to Western Australia’s traditional methods of gas production, and as a result, this method will require the careful management of community expectations across various regions.

GHD’s Manager for Western Australia Ashley Wright comments, “Both Peter and Barbara are at the forefront of industry, and their presentations will go a long was to assisting delegates in considering new ways to approach risk and engagement in a time of heightened interest in shale.”

The Project Risk Management for Oil and Gas Forum will be a practical assessment of industry practices, hosting sixteen strategy-laden sessions, presented by experts from the industry to take delegates through the risk identification, assessment and resolution processes.

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