Safety is integral to our business and inherent within our core values at Tellurian. Fundamentally we are committed to operating in a manner that promotes a safe work environment for our employees, contractors and communities. We achieve this by identifying and implementing safety, operational and monitoring standards that minimize risk and meet regulatory requirements.
Our commitment to safety is an essential element of our license to operate. As we progress the design, construction and operation of our planned Driftwood LNG facility; develop our pipeline network; and produce and transmit natural gas, risk mitigation is an integral part of our decision making process.
- Our Driftwood LNG liquefaction facility is designed and will be operated to exacting safety standards, incorporating features such as double-walled containment systems. We closely follow the requirements and stringent regulations set applicable to the LNG industry, which has one of the most exemplary safety records in the materials processing and transportation industries.
- Our pipeline network will provide safe and reliable transportation of natural gas for our customers. Driftwood Pipeline, the Permian Global Access Pipeline, the Haynesville Global Access Pipeline, and the Delhi Connector Pipeline will meet or exceed state and federal safety requirements. The pipelines are regulated by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) and the Pipeline Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA).
- We drill for and produce natural gas following industry’s best practices, including frequent training on and communication of safety procedures and requirements for our upstream team.
In addition, WE CARE, and we expect our workforce to have an I CARE attitude. To support that expectation, we have identified corporate safety standards, stop work authority and the Tellurian 8, a set of mitigating behaviors that help us manage our risk and set clear expectations for our workforce. Our monthly safety campaigns ensure we reinforce key messages.