UK Deepwater Drilling - Implications of the Gulf of Mexico Oil Spill - Energy and Climate Change Contents


Witnesses


Tuesday 7 September 2010
Mr Paul King, Managing Director North Sea Division, Transocean,

Mr Malcolm Webb, Chief Executive, Oil & Gas UK, and Mr Mark McAllister, Chair, Oil Spill Prevention, Response and Advisory Group (OSPRAG).

Wednesday 15 September 2010
Dr Tony Hayward, Group Chief Executive, BP, Plc, Mr Bernard Looney, Managing Director, BP North Sea, and Mr Mark Bly, Group Head of Safety and Operations, BP, Plc.
Tuesday 26 October 2010
Mr Steve Walker, Head of Health and Safety Executive's Offshore Division,

Mr Philip Naylor, Director Maritime Services, Maritime and Coastguard Agency, Dr Jonathan Wills, Independent Councillor for Lerwick South—Shetland Islands—and freelance environmental consultant, and Ms Susie Wilks, Biodiversity Lawyer, ClientEarth.

Mr Roland Festor, Managing Director, Total E&P UK Ltd, Mr Richard Cohagan, Managing Director, Chevron UK Ltd and Mr Brent Cheshire, Managing Director, DONG Exploration and Production UK Ltd
Tuesday 2 November 2010
Mr Charles Hendry MP, Minister of State, Department of Energy and Climate Change, Mr Simon Toole, Oil and Gas Director, Department of Energy and Climate Change, Mr Jim Campbell, Energy Development Director, Department of Energy and Climate Change, and Mr Hugh Shaw, Secretary of States' Representative for Maritime Salvage, Department of Energy and Climate Change and Department for Transport




 
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