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Webinar: Introduction to Shell FRED 2020 (CDT Timezone)

October 22 @ 9:00 am - 11:00 am UTC-5

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Date:
October 22
Time:
9:00 am - 11:00 am UTC-5
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Gexcon
Phone:
+47 55 57 43 30
Email:
webinar@gexcon.com
Website:
www.gexcon.com

 

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About the Webinar

Shell FRED 2020 is replacing the current edition of the software (FRED v7.1.1).

This webinar will discuss the software’s new, intuitive modernized interface which will enable users to rapidly understand a broad range of consequence predictions, complemented by specialized models for specific requirements.

Shell FRED 2020 has been developed and validated through Shell’s extensive program of large-scale experiments, a substantial investment, joint industry projects, and published scientific literature.

Note: this webinar will be held at 9 AM Central Daylight Time.

 

 

About the Speakers

Graham Morrison

Shell Software Product Manager at Gexcon UK

Graham is the Product Manager for the Shell software products: FRED (Fire, Release, Explosion, and Dispersion), Shepherd (Quantitative Risk Assessment), and PIPA (Pre-Incident Planning). Graham has 10 years’ experience as a consultant using tools such as Shell FRED and Shell Shepherd to conduct modeling and develop risk assessments for clients around the world, including four years in the offshore oil and gas sector in Aberdeen. He brings his experience of using the products to the role of Product Manager, acting as an interface between the users and developers.

 

Lee Phillips

Senior Technical Safety Engineer at Shell

Lee is a Technical Safety Engineer with Shell Research having 25 years of experience within Shell’s Major Hazards group. He has been involved in the development of FRED and Shepherd tools, including coordination and management of large scale experimental test programs, and joint industry projects.

Lee is currently acting as a Technical Advisor to PRESLHY (EU funded project concerned with safe use and handling of liquid hydrogen), and sits on the steering committee of SHIFT (joint industry project for hydrogen safety) and acting as Shell representative to HYSAFE.

 

Steven Betteridge

Senior Technical Safety Engineer at Shell

Steven has a Ph.D. in physics from Liverpool University. He has worked for the last 20 years in the Major Hazards group within Shell. During that time he has been involved in all aspects of the design and development of the FRED and Shepherd applications. Steven has also managed the execution of several large scale experiments, especially for LNG, and analyzed the results to develop new models within FRED. He is a subject matter expert on fires, dispersion, and electrostatics within Shell.

 

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