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Corporate HSE Plan 2004

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Average Oil in Produced Water (to surface environment), mg/l, 13, 12, 15, 15, 15, 15, 15, 15 CO2 (all sources) + (CH4 (all sources) *21) + (N2O (all sources) * 310) IIA Integrated Impact Assessment. JHA Job Hazard Analysis

    PDO 2005 CORPORATE HSE

    PLAN

    Author:

    CSM/4

    To be Approved by HSE-SC

Incorporates comments from:

1. HSE Plan development team CSM/1x, CSM/2x, CSM/3x, CSM/4x, CSM/5x, CSM/6x

    2. HSE Plan internal review team

    3. HSE Leaders OSS, ONS, TTS, GGS, TLM/1, TWM/1, HES/4, XGS

    4. Others- CSM, CSM/1, CSM/2, CSM/3, CSM/5, CSM/6

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    HSE STEERING COMMITTEE

    MD DMD OND TSD John MalcolmAbdulla Lamki Saif Hinai Frits Eulderink

    OSD HD MCC XD Dan Antheunis Mundhir Nasser Maskery Lynda

    Barwany Armstrong

    CSM Khalfan Esry

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    Address from PDO's HSE Steering Committee

The year of 2004 showed an improvement over the previous year HSE performance resulting in

    an improved LTIF. This milestone was unfortunately shattered with a tragic fatality of a

    colleague who had only been employed by one of our subcontractors for 2 months.

    We need to maximise our efforts to eliminate such tragedies and work diligently to address root

    causes of all incidents. There are also recurring issues relating to Loss Time Injuries (LTIs) of

    which a significant percentage come again from hand and finger incidents. that we will need to

    continue our efforts and focus to keep it under control. On the positive note, we managed, yet again, to maintain our ISO 14001 Certification assuring our

    commitment to protecting the environment. On occupational health front, we are progressing in

    the right direction and have considerably reduced TROIF. The outcome from all corporate

    audits stood at a Fair Rating assuring that our HSE MS system is in place and adequately

    managed.

    As the Company is undergoing a reorganization, we expect every one of us to effectively play an

    important role in driving the HSE along with the new improved model to achieve our stakeholders

    expectations. In doing so, our key focus areas for the next few years will be on people based on

    the following themes:

    ? Competence

    ? Behaviour Based Programs

    ? Leadership at all levels

    ? Managing change

    The Corporate 2005 HSE Plan provides the guide in moving HSE from the mind to the heart

    through continuous and effective behavioural modification. I look forward to your full

    commitment and support to help the Company be a Regional Leader in HSE.

John Malcolm

    Managing Director and Chairman of HSE Steering Committee

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Our vision is to be recognised as a leader in Health, Safety and Environment (HSE), by ensuring that we

    develop, nurture and sustain a culture that aims at „no harm to people‟ or the environment. OUR APPROACH

    Our approach is to ensure that our HSE Management System is functioning adequately and provides for OUR VISION

    continuous performance improvement.

    HSE matters shall be managed as any other critical business activity by developing a business plan, setting

    targets for improvement and publicly reporting performance.

    2005 HSE PLAN

    The 2005 HSE plan was developed based on wide consultations with stakeholders and based on the former

    four themes used last year and the HSE elements from the HSE-MS. It has three thrusts:

    1. Focus: Focus on themes Competence, Behaviour Based Programs, Leadership at all levels and

    Managing change.

    2. Approach: The plan calls for „Top down/ Bottoms up‟ approach to HSE Plan implementation.

    3. Commonality: The plan is a guidance and template for asset teams/contractors to develop own

    plans.

    HSE Element No of Actions

    Leadership and Commitment

    2

    0 Policy and Strategic Objectives

    1 Organisation, Responsibilities, Resources, Standards and Documents

    4 Hazards and Effects Management Process

    0 Planning and Procedures

    1 Implementing and Monitoring

    0 Audit

    0 Management Review

    PERFORMANCE MEASUREMENT

    HSE performance shall be measured as follows;

    1. Reactive Indicators for reporting purposes: TROIF, TRCF, LTIF, Oil leaks etc.

    2. HSE MS improvement: SIEP Self Assessment Questionnaire

    3. Proactive Indicator: See section 3.2 for details

    MONITORING AND REPORTING

    Progress against action items in the Corporate HSE plan action shall be reported in

    ? Web-based Quarterly Plan Progress

    http://sww1.pdo.shell.om/dept/cd/csm/blocks/hseplan/hseplan.html

    ? Weekly Highlights

    ? Monthly reviews alternately at the HSE-SC and HSE-IC meetings (bi-monthly meetings)

    CSM

    December 2004

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    TABLE OF CONTENTS

    1 PREAMBLE ................................................................................................................................................................. 6 1.1 INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................................................... 6 1.2 OBJECTIVE .................................................................................................................................................................. 6 1.3 DEVELOPMENT OF ASSET HSE PLAN .......................................................................................................................... 6 2 ANNUAL HSE MS REVIEW ..................................................................................................................................... 7 2.1 ANNUAL BUSINESS ASSURANCE LETTER (HSE ASSURANCE STATEMENT) ................................................................. 7 2.2 SELF ASSESSMENT QUESTIONNAIRE ........................................................................................................................... 7 3 PERFORMANCE MONITORING ............................................................................................................................ 8 3.1 REACTIVE INDICATORS ............................................................................................................................................... 8 3.2 PROACTIVE INDICATORS ........................................................................................................................................... 10 3.2.1 Mandatory Minimum Proactive Indicators .............................................................................................................. 10 3.2.2 Recommended Proactive Indicators ......................................................................................................................... 10 3.3 HSE PLAN PROGRESS QUARTERLY REPORTING ........................................................................................................ 10 3.4 STEP OUT PROCEDURE .............................................................................................................................................. 10 4 2005 ACTION PLAN ................................................................................................................................................. 11 4.1 INTRODUCTION ......................................................................................................................................................... 11 4.2 PRESENTATION OF ‘ACTION PLAN ........................................................................................................................... 11 5 HSE PLAN ACTION ITEMS ................................................................................................................................... 12 6 APPENDICES ............................................................................................................................................................ 14 6.1 APPENDIX I: CORPORATE HSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM TEMPLATE .......................................................................... 14 6.1.1 Leadership and Commitment .................................................................................................................................... 14 6.1.2 Policy and Strategic Objectives ................................................................................................................................. 15 6.1.3 Organisation, Responsibilities, Resources, Standards and Documents .................................................................. 16 6.1.4 Hazards and Effects Management Process .............................................................................................................. 16 6.1.5 Planning .................................................................................................................................................................... 19 g and Procedures ..................................................................................................................................................................... 19 6.1.6 Implementation and Monitoring .............................................................................................................................. 19 6.1.7 Audit .......................................................................................................................................................................... 21 6.1.8 Management Review ................................................................................................................................................. 21 6.2 2005 HSE CALENDAR ............................................................................................................................................... 21 6.2.1 Meetings .................................................................................................................................................................... 21 6.2.2 PDO Induction Courses ............................................................................................................................................ 22 6.2.3 Corporate HSE Audits 2005 (Yet to be firmed up after IAC/SAC approval) .......................................................... 22 6.3 JOINT MANAGEMENT HSE INSPECTION PLAN (SUBJECT TO RE-ORGANISATION CHANGES)....................................... 23 6.4 ABBREVIATIONS & ACTION PARTIES ........................................................................................................................ 24 6.4.1 Abbreviations............................................................................................................................................................. 24 6.4.2 Action Parties ............................................................................................................................................................ 25

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    1 PREAMBLE

    1.1 Introduction

    PDO‟s annual Exploration & Production Programme (E&P) sets out the general direction of the

    business. The Corporate HSE Plan complements the E&P Programme by specifying the more

    detailed actions required to continuously improve HSE performance with focus on people.

    PDO‟s HSE MS requirements are described in the HSE Management System Manual, CP-122. In addition to stipulating requirements for a structured HSE management approach, international

    standards also require demonstrable continuous improvement. The HSE documents are listed in

    http://sww1.pdo.shell.om/dept/cd/csm/blocks/documentation/hsedocs.htm The 2005 HSE Plan action items were derived considering the 12 action items of the 2004 HSE

    Plan, 2005 HSE Planning Conference, results of audits, LTI‟s and high potential incidents. Various HSE workshops were held with a cross section of company and contractor staff.

    The plan also contains an HSE Calendar with dates of Corporate HSE meetings, Emergency

    Response exercises and Joint Management led HSE Inspections. HSE Assurance programs form

    part of the Corporate Assurance Program and is documented separately.

    1.2 Objective

    The main objective of this plan is to drive HSE improvement in PDO and contractor organisations

    by directing focus on the key areas for improvement in a steady and consistent manner. This plan

    is issued in November to allow Asset Teams and contractors prepare their own HSE plans based on

    the corporate template.

    The Corporate HSE plan is a „live‟ document focused on generic weaknesses identified across PDO in the execution of the business. The plan details actions required at corporate level to commence

    the transformation from “HSE in the Head” to “HSE in the Heart”.

    1.3 Development of Asset HSE Plan

    Asset Teams shall develop HSE plans based on the „corporate action plan template‟ (section 5).

    Asset Teams should include specific action items identified within their own organisation through

    audits, self-assessment etc. to build up asset team action plan. Asset teams are however able to

    decline implementation of any of the 8 action items (See section 5) by obtaining a Step-out

    approval via the HSE-IC.

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    2 ANNUAL HSE MS REVIEW

    An annual review will be carried out, utilising a "bottoms-up" approach to determine effectiveness

    of the HSE Management System. The review will include questionnaires issued to asset teams and

    directorates by October 05, and respondents will cover a cross section of staff and contractors in

    each area, asset or directorate. The asset manager or director will be responsible for ensuring a

    cross-section of the workforce participate in providing responses on how effective the HSE MS is,

    and suggest areas for improvements in the coming period, whilst the HSE Team Leader will collate

    contributions for submission to CSM. Other aspects of the review process comprise the following:

    2.1 Annual Business Assurance Letter (HSE Assurance Statement)

    The Annual Business Assurance Letter process relating the HSE assurance statement is intended

    to provide the MDC with assurance that HSE risks are adequately managed and that a structured

    HSE MS is in place and functioning in PDO. This allows MD to provide a summary of the status of

    adoption and implementation of the Group HSE Commitment, Policy and Procedure to the CMD via

    the RBD.

    In preparation for the PDO HSE Assurance Statement, Asset Managers are requested to provide

    assurance that certain minimum criteria within the PDO HSE Management System have been met.

    This will be accomplished through the completion of an Asset specific Self-Assessment Questionnaire (SAQ) and assurance statement.

    The purpose of this note is to provide guidance for the submission of your 2005 HSE Assurance

    Statement as part of the Annual Business Assurance Letter, which should be submitted to MD (via

    CSM & FCC) by 31

    st December 2005.

    The results of the PDO Asset HSE MS Self-Assessment Questionnaire must be submitted to

    support the assurance statement.

    2.2 Self Assessment Questionnaire

    Asset Teams are requested to complete the SAQ before the end of the 2005 to provide input for

    the HSE letter of assurance and to identify areas of weakness for the 2005 Asset HSE plan.

    No Element 2004 2003 2002 2000

    PDO Audit PDO Audit 1 Leadership & Commitment 2.8 3.0 2.5 2 Policy & Strategic Objectives 2.7 2.8 2.5 3 2.4 2.6 2.0 4 Hazards & Effect Management 2.6 2.6 2.0 5 Planning & Procedures 2.8 2.8 2.0 6 Implementation & Monitoring 2.7 3.1 2.0 7 Audit 2.8 2.9 2.0 8 Review 2.9 2.9 3.0

     Average Score 2.7 2.8 2.2

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    3 PERFORMANCE MONITORING

    3.1 Reactive Indicators

    These reactive indicators will be monitored for reporting purposes.

    Mandatory:

    SI Unit 2003 2004 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 *1 actual LE target target target target target target

    2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Fatalities (company/contractor) no.

    Lost Time Injury Frequency (LTIF, company/contractor) 0.66 0.47 0.54 0.5 0.48 0.46 0.45 0.43 no. per mln hours

    Total Reportable Case Frequency (TRCF, no. per mln man-3.07 2.97 2.2 3.0 2.1 2 1.9 1.8 company/contractor) hours

    Total Reportable Occupational Illness Frequency 4.3 4.6 5 5.0 4.8 4.7 4.6 4.5 no. per mln hours (TROIF, company only)

    Estimated Number of Exposure Hours (contractor) 61 68 63 64 65 65 66 66 hours

    Estimated Number of Exposure Hours (company) 8 9 9 9 8 8 7 7 hours

    Total Hydrocarbons to Flare tonnes 1,009,938 845,484 853,983 975,206 968,274 845,156 725,696 510,766 Oilspills >100 kg includes sabotage tonnes 324 726.00 373 549 393 354 319 287

    GJ/tonnes hc eq. Energy efficiency 1.62 1.14 1.18 1.38 1.33 1.74 1.72 1.76 prod.

    mln tonnes CO2 1GWP calculated in CO2 equivalent * 10.85 7.00 7.07 7.97 7.81 9.16 8.79 9.24 equiv.

Recommended:

    Energy Consumed GJ 111,280,468 62,424,607 62,045,760 74,677,082 70,420,040 94,318,459 94,279,477 110,505,469 Average Oil in Produced Water (to surface environment) mg/l 15 13 12 15 15 15 15 15 Estimated Produced Water Discharged to Surface m3 182500 164,786 150536 182500 182500 182500 182500 182500 Environment

    Oilspills >100 kg includes sabotage number 233 279.00 158 394.00 438 394 355 319 MHMS implementation (SAC score) SAC score 3.50 HSE Fines and settlements US dollars 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

Please refer to EP95-0325 for detailed definitions & procedures

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*1 For Target Setting Purposes GWP is calculated using the following formula: GWP = CO 2(all

    sources) + (CH *21) + (NO * 310) 4(all sources)2(all sources)

    Parameter source/ assumptions

    2004PB (2004-2008 forecast) used. For 2005 and 2006 an additional quantity of about 634,000 Total Hydrocarbons to Flare m3/day was added to the forecast. This is same volume added when 2004 target was revised.

    For 2009 forecast same 2008 data is used. Average Oil in Produced Water (to surface environment) Discharge limit is 15 mg/l

    Oil Discharged with Produced Water to Surface Calculated from 9 & 10 Environment

    Oilspills >100 kg includes sabotage 10% oil spill reduction per year calculated Oilspills >100 kg includes sabotage 10% oil spill reduction per year calculated

    used 2004PB data (2004-2008 forecast). For 2009 forecast same 2008 data plus 200mln m3 of Energy Consumed gas comsumption was added based on the 2006 to 2008 consumption trend. Energy efficiency Calculated from 16 &14

    Hydrocarbon eq. Production Preliminary data from DTEM/41 and GGB. GWP calculated in CO2 equivalent Calculated based on the forecasted flaring and gas consumption (combustion). MHMS implementation (SAC score)

    HSE Fines and settlements

    WeightBelowTargetAbove

    *TRCF50%2.002.2( 2.2 )2.40GWP

    (mln tonnes CO2 equivalent)20%8.207.81 (7.97)7.42Flaring (mln tonnes)10%1.06480.968 (0.975)0.871Energy Efficiency (GJ/tonnes hc eq prod.)5%1.401.33 (1.38)1.26Oil Spills (tonnes)15%472393 (549)314

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3.2 Proactive Indicators

    The main drive is to use these indicators to manage for our HSE Performance.

    3.2.1 Mandatory Minimum Proactive Indicators

     PI

    1 % of Journey Managers certified competent.

    2 % of Advisers who completed HSE Competence Assessment

    3 % of planned HSE Audits executed

    4 % of staff completed mandatory HSE Training 3.2.2 Recommended Proactive Indicators

     PI

    1 % of Plant operators assessed competent (Crane, Forklift, etc.)

    2 Quantity of CFC currently being stocked

    3 % of current CFCs stock phased out (by Q1, Q2, Q3, Q4) per team and

    contractor

    4 % of assets with finalised waste management plan.

    5 % Implementation of waste management plan per asset

    6 # of work related health issues identified by health surveillance

3.3 HSE Plan Progress Quarterly Reporting

    Progress will be monitored via quarterly returns on line to CSM who will report to the HSE-IC and

    HSE-SC as required.

    3.4 Step Out Procedure

    Asset Teams that do not wish to comply with the requirements of this plan shall obtain step out

    approval from the HSE-IC.

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