Onshore and Offshore Upstream Oil and Gas Operations: Federal Auditing Guide
This Oil and Gas Audit Guide has two primary purposes. First, the Guide provides subscribers with a comprehensive protocol that can be used to ensure that audits and internal assessments thoroughly identify all the federal regulatory compliance challenges facing upstream oil and gas operations. Second, the Guide also serves as a concise reference source for information on oil and gas safety, DOI regulatory issues, agency interpretations and guidance, facility compliance responsibilities and good management practices all resources that can be used to help your facility efficiently and effectively maintain ongoing environmental compliance.
The two modules in the Guide address the following sections of DOI regulations:
Outer Continental Shelf
Covers applicability of federal motor carrier safety regulations, provides key compliance definitions, and includes reference materials (charts and tables) for each section
Identifies materials to be gathered for review before an audit; includes a list of acronyms and abbreviations
Provides a statement of each relevant regulatory requirement, supported by detailed guide notes that describe specific inspection procedures and practices to determine compliance with that requirement, as well as typical conditions or situations that could indicate potential compliance problems
Enables quick recording of a facility s compliance status for each regulatory requirement