Construction of risk images in the oil and gas production industry

Construction of risk images in the oil and gas production industry

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Within the offshore petroleum industry, on the Norwegian continental shelf and elsewhere, the development is towards smaller and more deep-water fields, which demand for remote and cost efficient operations. The present day solution to these challenges is termed Integrated Operations (IO). There is, till now, little work done on accident scenarios in IO. Changed operating modes in IO introduce, however, a change in many of the risks in terms of operations, technology and emergency handling. What kinds of risks are different actors aware of? What risk images are constructed? How can different theoretical approaches as to how risk perception is represented and risk pictures constructed be used in explaining risk perception and -statements in different groups of stakeholders? The paper is based on observation and interviews with experts from different fields who are involved in the development and implementation of these new technologies and organizational models. We suggest that the risk images presented by different actors fall into three different categories or groups, which may be named: 1) traditional risk images, 2) technological optimism and 3) reconfigured risk images.
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Paper at EGOS, Amsterdam, June 2008.

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