A Values-Based Leadership Approach

For those interested in entering the oil & gas industry, or those who are currently in it, it is helpful to note the core values of a plant. To gain a better understanding of the processes and procedures that take place in a facility, Fugitive Emissions Journal had the opportunity to speak with a Maintenance Director at a mid-size refinery in Rocky Mountain Region.

After gaining a wealth of past work experience in the industry and a unique perspective on best practices and innovation, the Maintenance Director was able to provide essential insights into the oil & gas industry. He indicated that his methods and practices are guided by five core values: do not hurt anybody, do not spill, do the job right the first time, give people positive work experiences, and an hour’s pay for an hour’s work.

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