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Webinar: Beyond siting studies: Using advanced modelling techniques to resolve PHA action items

Webinar: Beyond siting studies: Using advanced modelling techniques to resolve PHA action items

  About The Webinar Process Hazard Analyses (PHAs) are assessments conducted by asset managers and operators that help in making decisions to improve safety in a facility. These assessments are conducted in the design, operation, and modification of processes to reduce the potential of unintended hazardous releases. Many times, however, these qualitative assessments need to be evaluated further with quantitative…

Webinar: Deciphering what regulations apply when siting your facility

Webinar: Deciphering what regulations apply when siting your facility

  About The Webinar When planning to design and build an LNG facility, owners and operators must work within the regulatory rules imposed by domestic or international bodies. Depending on the type and size of the facility, different regulations may apply to the proper siting of a facility. This webinar covered an overview of siting regulations and standards that apply…

Webinar: How to keep your LNG facilities safe. Advanced modeling to improve safety at your facility

Webinar: How to keep your LNG facilities safe. Advanced modeling to improve safety at your facility

  About The Webinar Throughout the history of the process industries, there have been a number of incidents where accidental releases of flammable materials have led to fires and/or explosions—resulting in multiple injuries and fatalities, both onsite and offsite. Regardless of regulatory requirements, facility managers carry the responsibility to not only identify hazards but also to understand the potential consequences…

Webinar: Is your facility safe? Lessons learned from LNG incidents

Webinar: Is your facility safe? Lessons learned from LNG incidents

  About The Webinar “Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it” – George Santayana A large vapor cloud explosion (VCE) followed by a fire is one of the most devastating and high consequence events that can occur at LNG facilities. Past incidents have helped us to learn how to better manage safety and this knowledge has…

Webinar: Do you know the 7 essential hazards at LNG facilities?

Webinar: Do you know the 7 essential hazards at LNG facilities?

  About The Webinar According to the US Department of Energy, the US is the world’s largest producer of natural gas. Liquified Natural Gas (LNG) is the cleanest known fossil fuel and is considered an alternative energy source to reduce greenhouse gas emissions. However, the process to liquefy, store, and distribute this fuel presents several challenges from a safety point…

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