Express Energy Services launches film focused on H2S safety in the oil field
HOUSTON -- Oilfield services company Express Energy Services has created a short film, “Left Undone,” as part of its contribution to safety in the energy industry. The company said the movie aims to educate and inform oilfield workers on the hazards and safety procedures in the event of hydrogen sulfide (H2S) exposure, while working on a well site. Hydrogen sulfide is an ever-increasing problem for workers involved in oil and gas E&P.
In the film, a family man goes to work and dies in a preventable H2S incident, only to find himself back in bed the next morning—over and over again—with the chance to do what was “left undone.” The film, designed to be used in safety training by companies working in the oil field, is offered to the industry free of charge, and can be accessed from the company's website.
The film is based on a fictional incident from the point of view of an oilfield services company supervisor working on a rig that has potential for H2S exposure. The project was conceptualized, managed and produced completely in-house by Express employees.