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Major Accident Hazard Safety Studies for BW OffShore
SynergenOG is proud to be appointed to conduct updates of safety studies carried out during the first phase for BW Offshore. The main purpose of this project is to provide updates on the associated safety studies based on the design changes to the BWO Adolo FPSO. SOG will provide assistance to BW Offshore Singapore Pte. Ltd. by identifying major accident hazards related to FPSO’s Phase 2. SOG will also address...
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she standard operating procedures
SynergenOG is privileged to receive the contract to develop the Operation Phase of Safety, Health and Environment (SHE) procedures and support services for Idemitsu Kosan Co., Ltd. (IKC) in Vietnam. In this project, SOG will be covering the drafting and completion of all SHE Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) including SHE operation support activities (Procedural Hazards and Operability (HAZOPs), streamlining and automating the Cause and Effects diagrams, develop Safety Case Training...
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SynergenOG have completed a safety case for Advanced Hydrogen Energy Chain Association for Technology Development (AHEAD) Hydrogenation Demo Plant in Brunei, in which its operations are expected to commence in 2020. As an association that owns four industry-leading companies from Japan, AHEAD has sought for and engaged with SynergenOG to produce a safety case for the Hydrogenation Demo Plant that complies with Brunei’s Workplace Safety and Health (Facilities) (Control of...
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In support of the Front End Engineering Design (FEED) phase, a Fire and Explosion Analysis (FEA) will be conducted to evaluate the potential fire and explosion hazards related to the facility. The study aims to assess the consequences of fire and explosion scenarios resulting from a loss of containment (LOC) incident on the Floating Power Unit (FPU), identify the escalation potential in case of a fire or explosion event and...
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SynergenOG is happy to announce its second Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA) training programme for INPEX Corporation, Japan via the Institut Teknologi Petronas (INSTEP) Training Programme. The objective of the QRA training course is to enable participants to gain a thorough understanding of the different aspects of process safety and risk, allowing them to fully assess, evaluate and manage the risk arising from all foreseeable Major Accidents Hazard (MAH) identified within a...
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