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4192: Hazard Analysis for LNG Facilities:Onshore/Offshore

Ended Mar 2, 2016

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Full course description

Dates: March 1-2, 2016

Location: Jack E. Brown Building Room 105, College Station, Texas A&M University

Instructors: Dr. Scott Davis and Dr. Filippo Gavelli 

CEU/PDH: 1.4/14

GexCon is presenting an advanced course on the analysis of explosion and other hazards for Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) facilities. The 2-day course will address multiple hazards associated with onshore and offshore LNG facilities including: LNG release and dispersion, explosion modeling, cryogenic spills, prevention and mitigation, probabilistic risk assessments, legislation, accidents, selected case studies. The course will prove helpful to experienced engineers, safety supervisors, and operating managers who are committed to safe workplaces. The course includes a live demonstration of an LNG-spill at the Brayton Fire School. 

This course is also part of the Process Safety Practice Certificate Program

Price Structure and Promotional Codes: 

  • Regular Registration: $1395
  • Partner Consortium Member (MKOCPartner-LNG): $835 
  • Sponsor Consortium Member (MKOCSponsor-LNG): $1115 
  • Associate Consortium Member (MKOCAssoc-LNG): $1255 

*Check if you qualify-Current Consortium Members

For questions or assistance about this course offering, contact:
Amarette Renieri 
Program Assistant 
Mary Kay O’Connor Process Safety Center
P: 979-458-1863