August 2011, Vol. 238 No. 8


Customized Security Eases Work In Unfamiliar And Difficult Places

Anyone who has traveled through central Asia — or “flown” virtually via Google Earth — can see why many armies throughout history have been stymied by the rugged terrain, remoteness and the lack of roads. Other regional hazards may include threats of abduction, illness and military activity. But now, the world’s search for energy is drawing more members of the international oil and gas sector to challenging parts of the world such as this one. Making wise choices about where to work and not to work, and the correct safety precautions, is important for any company in the oil and gas sector wanting to get its share of promising prospects while also

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