SIGTTO's LNG Emergency Release Systems is a comprehensive guide for operators and maintainers pf LNG Emergency Release Systems (ERS) to ensure the safety of life, protection of the environment and protection of property during operations. Developed with the input of manufacturers, terminal operators and LNG shippers, this title has been produced using a risk-based approach and covers the structure, workings and evolution of ERS as well as recommendations, guidelines and best practices for its usage. ERS hazards and risk management are also covered in a detailed final section, and two annexes provide competencies and training guides and suggested further reading.
Title: LNG Emergency Release Systems (eBook). Recommendations, Guidelines and Best Practices
Number of Volumes: 1
Number of Pages: 97
Product Code: WS1533EA
Published Date: January 2017
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