PETRONAS UHSE Documentary
As the national oil and gas custodian, PETRONAS’ commitment to maximising its value for the nation’s growth. With onshore possibilities in Canada, exploration in South America, and deepwater drilling in Brunei, PETRONAS is branching into a diverse portfolio of reserves and play types. Employing cutting-edge technology and developing specialist technical solutions, PETRONAS aims to maximise their hydrocarbon potential. This project is about the upstream health and safety environment that focuses on the HSE arrangement.
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The documentary video’s objective is to demonstrate the hazards in upstream operations and the preventative steps PETRONAS takes to reduce risks and fatalities. One of the biggest challenges was not being able to film in the right conditions that reflected its real-life dangers.
Besides, when travelling offshore, limited equipment is allowed for safety reasons. We could only utilise non-restricted equipment on the platform, particularly in the red zone zones, which were highly combustible and explosive. Another setback was that we could not shoot at overseas sites. namely Iraq and Canada, owing to safety concerns and budgetary constraints.
We integrated both 3D animation and actual footage in the video production. We used 3D animations to depict scenarios such as surging waves and bad weather, and real footage was used to show the actual site in normal conditions. We filmed the video from a perspective that would have a comparable impression on the viewers. Our production crew went through a 5-day training where they were trained and acclimated to the offshore environment and the shooting precautions in order to obtain a Tropical Basic Offshore Safety Induction & Emergency Training (TBOSIET) certificate before going to the platform. As for the Iraq and Canada location shootings, we compensated for the missing footage by integrating 3D animation and motion graphics.
- Created long (full documentary) and short (teaser) version video
- Reduced cost
- High-risk scenarios replaced with 3d motion graphics and animation
- Internal consumption usage