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    Understanding the Oil and Natural Gas Supply Chains

    The oil and natural gas supply chains can be complicated and sometimes obscure systems to many who rely on their products and services. API has created supply chain models for both oil and natural gas to communicate, in the simplest terms, how the industry works from the identification of resources to the end user.
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    Oil and Natural Gas Industry Preparedness Handbook

    API created the Oil and Natural Gas Industry Preparedness Handbook, with support from members and associations throughout the industry, to illustrate how local responses can be aided by local, State and regional associations, established relationships with governments and communities, and how corporate and federal capabilities can facilitate efficient response and recovery at the local level.
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    Be Aware: Report Suspicious Activity

    Safety and security underpin activities throughout the oil and gas industry.
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  • Well Site Safety the Focus of Standards, Awareness Programs

    Safety at unmanned oil well sites is important to the oil and natural gas industry. A key issue is safety at oil field storage tanks. Typically these are located in rural or remote locations – though oil and natural gas development is moving into more urban, more populated areas as well. People who aren’t authorized to be on these sites should stay away from such facilities.
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  • Industry Commitment to Safety

    America’s oil and natural gas industry considers safety its top priority and is committed to developing the technologies, standards and best practices, and programs needed to help ensure that workplace safety is at the forefront of our activities. Also, see API's latest Issue Papers which provides information on topics from access to offshore oil and natural gas to fuel prices and the impact of taxes on the industry.
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  • RP 51R, Environmental Protection for Onshore Oil and Gas Production Operations and Leases, First Edition

    This standard provides environmentally sound practices, including reclamation guidelines, for domestic onshore oil and gas production operations.
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  • API HF3, Practices for Mitigating Surface Impacts Associated with Hydraulic Fracturing, First Edition/January 2011

    The purpose of this guidance document is to identify and describe practices currently used in the oil and natural gas industry to minimize surface environmental impacts.
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  • Achieving Energy Security in an Interdependent World

    The connection of a security problem with oil use can be traced to early 20th century concern over access to fuel as the world’s major navies shifted to oil power. Modern day concern over oil security, however, is broader than access to military fuel.
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  • Homeland Security

    The U.S. oil and natural gas industry has long operated globally, often in unstable regions overseas where security is an integral part of providing for the world’s energy needs. After September 11th, 2001, the industry partnered with federal and local authorities to reevaluate and strengthen our domestic security.
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  • Homeland Security Policy Paper

    Companies adapted their overseas security experience to domestic installations.Nationwide, oil and gas companies made major investments in construction, training and communications all the way from wellheads and offshore platforms to tankers, ports, pipelines, refineries, storage tanks, and most importantly, employees and their communities.

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