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ESC is a non-profit international professional, networking organization. Our diverse membership
has one purpose and that is to enhance the safety, security and business operations of its members,
companies, corporations and their associates.
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Aerial Systems (UAS) Restrictions Webinar
The U.S. Department of Energy and Federal
Aviation Administration will be holding a webinar for energy sector partners on
September 19, 2017 to discuss the current status and answer any questions on
FAA Extension, Safety, and Security Act of 2016 (FESSA) Section 2209. Section
2209 directed the Secretary of Transportation to establish a process for owners
of fixed site facilities to petition the Administrator of the FAA to restrict
operation of unmanned aircraft systems (UAS) in close proximity to their
facilities. Please feel free to distribute to other industry stakeholders
that would be interested.
Date: Tuesday, September 19, 2017
Time: 2:00 PM- 3:00 PM EDT
Webinar Link: Will be provided closer to the date.
“In an effort to help fight crime in the oil patch and the
entire energy sector, the Energy Security Council (ESC) launched the Energy
Crime Stoppers program. Established in 2008, the program began as a partnership
between the ESC and Crime Stoppers programs across Texas. The Energy Crime
Stoppers program is now active in ten states: Texas, Louisiana, Arkansas,
Colorado, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Utah, Wyoming, Pennsylvania and Ohio.
The Energy Crime Stoppers hotline (888-645-TIPS) is a
proactive way to attack and reduce theft and fraud in the energy sector. The
hotline is manned by professional operators 24 hours per day, 7 days per week.
All tipsters calling in to the hotline remain anonymous. Cash rewards of up to
$3500 are paid when a tip results in an arrest and/or conviction against
individual(s) responsible for theft, fraud or other crimes committed against
energy companies. All rewards are funded by donations from the oil and gas operators.”
The hotline number for Energy Crime Stoppers is 888-645-TIPS (8477).
Click here to submit a TIP
ESC is different than other trade organizations because of an ongoing relationship with federal, state and local law enforcement agencies. ESC's Law Enforcement Liaison Committee provides free training to law enforcement and partner with them in helping protect the energy sector, specifically in the energy producing states of the U.S.
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