RML's COMMITMENT TO HEALTH, SAFETY, & ENVIRONMENT

The business of RML is to design, develop, produce, and supply to our customers, oil and gas production solutions that maximize efficiency and safety while reducing our environmental impact. Health, safety, and the environment are our top priorities, and the importance for each of these areas is deeply embedded in RML culture.

 

Health and safety of employees is critical to the success of RML and this is recognized in all areas of our operations. Protection of the environment is also crucial to ensure future success of everyone involved in the oil and gas industry and the communities we operate in. RML leads by example and promotes that all employees see HSE as their personal responsibility within their own scope of work and across the organization. RML is committed to the health and safety of all of our customers and employees, as well as the environment in the communities in which we operate.

 

At RML, we are dedicated to providing our customers with a great line of products and solutions that increase productivity and make work safer and easier to perform. We firmly believe our experience and expertise is second to none. The breadth and depth of our products and solutions is unrivaled, and our commitment to HSE ensures that we will continue to improve.

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GTI and RML share a commitment to maximizing productivity and safety while reducing environmental impacts.

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To enable us to deliver on our commitment to excellence in the realm of health, safety and the environment, RML will:

 

Identify, assess, and manage risks to our personnel and the environment.

 

Ensure that our products meet applicable health, safety and environmental laws and regulations, and exceeding these requirements wherever possible.

 

Provide health, safety and environmental training to our personnel and contractors, on a continuous basis.

Ensure that all personnel are competent to undertake their tasks.

 

Foster a culture where incidents and near misses are reported and investigated and that lessons learned are shared across the organization.

 

Implement controls to protect all personnel involved in our activities and to minimize environmental impact.

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Protecting workers and the environment

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TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT

At RML we are committed to helping our customers develop their workforces by sharing a common vision of operational exellence to help them face industry challenges. We work in partnership with our customers to develop human resources through a structured process aimed at building both personal and technical skills.
Our team of designers and engineers are always available to discuss training options and possibilities within your organization, along side your human resources department or technical team.

 

RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT

Our clients desired objectives are always our main priority. We believe that our strength not only comes from offering the highest level of service, but also from our drive to find more cost efficient, safe & environmentally friendly ways to service and produce wells.

RML’s research and development capabilities create a competitive advantage in terms of agility, reliability, and efficiencies. When a market need is presented or recognized we communicate with our client to establish their concerns and objectives. We ensure our client’s goals and concerns are our top priority. Our R&D team then begins discussions with the engineering team and begins the designing process while maintaining the client’s request at the forefront.

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WATER CONSERVATION

Water production estimates are in the order of 250 million B/D in 2007, for a water-to-oil ratio around 3:1. This was expected to increase to more than 300 million B/D between 2010 and 2012 (Dal Ferro and Smith 2007). Almost all produced water must be treated before being disposed. These costs vary based on geography, logistics and regional regulations and generally range from $2 to $14 a barrel. These costs are significant when considering that on average 3 barrels of water are produced for each barrel of oil or gas, and that produced water comprises 98% of all waste generated by petroleum exploration and production. Generally speaking, the most cost effective way to kill a well is to start with fresh water and chemically treat it as required. Whether it is sourced from a ditch, a stream, a reservoir or a fresh water well, it is still fresh water.

HOW CAN A.L.I.I. HELP?

  • A.L.I.I. eliminates the need for the use of water and other more undesirable viscous fluids to maintain well control for a pump change. A minor amount of degreaser or de-waxer is all you need to clean your sucker rod string prior to surfacing it
  • Eliminates the lost production cost in recovery of kill fluids as well as the cost of disposal of kill fluids
  • Reduces trucking costs
  • Reduces storage costs for viscous kill fluids