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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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On 18th December 2013 a 20% LEL low gas alarm on the main fire and gas panel activated in a generator turbine enclosure. The alarm reset immediately. The generator was shutdown to allow fault finding... Read more
11 Dec 2014
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At approximately 19:00hrs as part of the on-going drilling operation, the drill crew, along with various vendor Crews, were running a dual ESP completion and cables. After unlatching the side door... Read more
10 Dec 2014
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Condensate leak from flare condensate pump During a routine tour of facilities a member of the production department observed a continuous fluid release which was being contained within a sump below... Read more
06 Oct 2014
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Hydrocarbon release from a wellhead swab valve The incident occurred on a naturally producing well with a typical flowing tubing head pressure of 40 bar and a closed in tubing head pressure of circa... Read more
06 Oct 2014
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Gas leak from drilling into live line On Monday 26th May at 16:24 a gas release occurred whilst destructing the redundant flow streams of the metering package. The flow lines were being cut into... Read more
09 Sep 2014
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Diesel Leak from Generator The smoke detected was from a leak of diesel fuel on to a hot diesel engine surface. There was no fire. A small bore fuel line had fractured at a radial bend in the tubing... Read more
19 Jun 2014
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HC Leak from Compressor Cylinder Head Gas was detected by a maintenance technician working near the VVP of an adjacent compressor. The investigation revealed that gas was passing the o-ring on the... Read more
19 Jun 2014
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At the time of the incident the platform was shut down (therefore the flare was unlit) and a nitrogen purge of annuli & flare system was taking place prior to breaking containment. The HP Flare... Read more
19 Jun 2014
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Gas release as blockage cleared from a pressure transmitter blow down line During plant operation it was noted that a well head pressure transmitter reading was incorrect. To alleviate this situation... Read more
19 Jun 2014
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Minor hydrocarbon gas release from within A export gas compressor enclosure The “A” export compressor was removed from service for scheduled maintenance which included breaking of containment for the... Read more
17 Jun 2014

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