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Are offshore petroleum activities in Australia adequately regulated?

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this essay compares the Australian oil and gas safety regulation regime and analyses where it may be open to improvement. it got me a HD

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Are offshore petroleum activities in Australia adequately regulated?
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Safety Risk Actuarial science ALARP Administrative law Occupational safety and health Safety case BP Regulatory capture Ramboll Environ National Offshore Petroleum Safety and Environmental Management Authority
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Safety Risk Actuarial science ALARP Administrative law Occupational safety and health Safety case BP Regulatory capture Ramboll Environ National Offshore Petroleum Safety and Environmental Management Authority
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By: Ben Williams Student Number: 30177168 Word Count: 3086 ________________ Safety case style regulations in the petroleum industry – Have we left the fox in charge of the hen house ! The Australian offshore oil and gas (‘petroleum’) industry employs a regulatory practice that requires industry participants to argue a case to the regulator that “proves” they have met their regulatory obligations. This practice is used in relation to: - well integrity;1 - safety;2 - the environment3. This essay examines the inherent conflicts of interest that exist in these case based practices as they are practiced in the Australian offshore petroleum industry, including issues with the particular regulatory oversight in place in the Australi...
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