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What’s the difference? Safety Alerts give details of events surrounding an incident, near-miss or good practice. Safety Moments are downloadable PowerPoint presentations which give details of an incident, near-miss or good practice, discussion questions and related resources. Please note that every Safety Alert and Moment is deliberately kept anonymous to encourage sharing within the industry. No companies, installations, dates or names will be identified within the Alert or Moment.

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Hydrocarbon gas release (riser bundle) underdeck An operations technician during operations visited the Riser platform and noticed a hydrate around the caisson carrying the production and gas lift... Read more
27 Mar 2014
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Gas weep occurred from a valve stem seal serving as isolation from a SSSV control line. When opening a wellhead instrument cabinet an accumulation of gas inside was released and detected by the area... Read more
27 Mar 2014
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Gas leak from 6 inch flange on gas cooler outlet A possible leak under a fin fan cooler was reported to the control room operator by a member of the platform crew. Two operations technicians went to... Read more
27 Mar 2014
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Minor hydrocarbon leak from gas cooler manifold Operations were "free-flowing" production wells after a gas compressor trip. Due to the resultant lower plant throughput, the gas train was closed in... Read more
27 Mar 2014
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Gas released from open bleed valve on Gas Compressor Approximately 5 minutes into start up operations a hissing sound was heard. On investigation an open uncapped bleed valve on a pressure... Read more
27 Mar 2014
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Gas leak from loose plug on test port of valve Following pressure testing, a gas leak was identified from the test port on the body of the valve. Read more
27 Mar 2014
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Gas release from choke valve stem During normal production an automatic ESD activated due to confirmed gas (2 acoustic leak detectors activated). The site near the detectors was inspected and a gas... Read more
27 Mar 2014
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Gas release on choke valve stem G1 During normal production, gas leakage occurred on choke of well G1. Automatic ESD activated due to confirmed gas (2 acoustic gas detectors activated). Closed header... Read more
27 Mar 2014
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Condensate released during pump commissioning. During annual shutdown, whilst performing a test of a condensate pump prior to returning it to service, condensate was released from a vent port which... Read more
27 Mar 2014
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Gas release from a hand operated choke valve During normal watch keeping duties, a minor gas release was identified from a hand operated choke valve. The release was not sufficient to activate the... Read more
27 Mar 2014

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