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Title Health, safety and environmental management in offshore and petroleum engineering / Srinivasan Chandrasekaran.
Imprint Chichester, West Sussex, United Kingdom : John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., [2016]


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Edition First edition.
Description 1 online resource
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Subject Offshore structures -- Safety measures.
Offshore structures -- Risk assessment.
Petroleum engineering -- Safety measures.
Petroleum engineering -- Risk assessment.
Petroleum in submerged lands -- Environmental aspects.
Natural gas in submerged lands -- Environmental aspects.
Contents Title Page; Copyright Page; Contents; Preface; About the Author; Chapter 1 Safety Assurance and Assessment; Introduction to Safety, Health, and Environment Management; 1.1 Importance of Safety; 1.2 Basic Terminologies in HSE; 1.2.1 What Is Safety?; 1.2.2 Why Is Safety Important?; 1.3 Importance of Safety in Offshore and Petroleum Industries; 1.4 Objectives of HSE; 1.5 Scope of HSE Guidelines; 1.6 Need for Safety; 1.7 Organizing Safety; 1.7.1 Ekofisk B Blowout; 1.7.2 Enchova Blowout; 1.7.3 West Vanguard Gas Blowout; 1.7.4 Ekofisk A Riser Rupture; 1.7.5 Piper A Explosion and Fire; 1.8 Risk.
1.9 Safety Assurance and Assessment1.10 Frank and Morgan Logical Risk Analysis; 1.11 Defeating Accident Process; 1.12 Acceptable Risk; 1.13 Risk Assessment; 1.13.1 Hazard Identification; 1.13.2 Dose-Response Assessment; 1.13.3 Exposure Assessment; 1.13.4 Risk Characterization; 1.14 Application Issues of Risk Assessment; 1.15 Hazard Classification and Assessment; 1.15.1 Hazard Identification; 1.15.2 Hazard Identification Methods; 1.16 Hazard Identification During Operation (HAZOP); 1.16.1 HAZOP Objectives; 1.16.2 Common Application Areas of HAZOP; 1.16.3 Advantages of HAZOP.
1.17 Steps in HAZOP1.18 Backbone of HAZOP; 1.19 HAZOP Flowchart; 1.20 Full Recording Versus Recording by Exception; 1.21 Pseudo Secondary Words; 1.22 When to Do HAZOP?; 1.22.1 Types of HAZOP; 1.23 Case Study of HAZOP: Example Problem of a Group Gathering Station; 1.24 Accidents in Offshore Platforms; 1.24.1 Sleipner A Platform; 1.24.2 Thunder Horse Platform; 1.24.3 Timor Sea Oil Rig; 1.24.4 Bombay High North in Offshore Mumbai; 1.25 Hazard Evaluation and Control; 1.25.1 Hazard Evaluation; 1.25.2 Hazard Classification; 1.25.3 Hazard Control; 1.25.4 Monitoring; Exercises 1; Model Paper.
Chapter 2 Environmental Issues and Management2.1 Primary Environmental Issues; 2.1.1 Visible Consequences; 2.1.2 Trends in Oil and Gas Resources; 2.1.3 World's Energy Resources; 2.1.4 Anthropogenic Impact of Hydrosphere; 2.1.5 Marine Pollution; 2.1.6 Marine Pollutants; 2.1.7 Consequence of Marine Pollutants; 2.2 Impact of Oil and Gas Industries on Marine Environment; 2.2.1 Drilling Operations and Consequences; 2.2.2 Main Constituents of Oil-Based Drilling Fluid; 2.2.3 Pollution Due to Produced Waters During Drilling; 2.3 Drilling Accidents; 2.3.1 Underwater Storage Reservoirs; 2.4 Pipelines.
2.5 Impact on Marine Pollution2.6 Oil Hydrocarbons: Composition and Consequences; 2.6.1 Crude Oil; 2.7 Detection of Oil Content in Marine Pollution; 2.8 Oil Spill: Physical Review; 2.8.1 Environmental Impact of Oil Spill; 2.9 Oil: A Multicomponent Toxicant; 2.9.1 Oil Spill; 2.10 Chemicals and Wastes from Offshore Oil Industry; 2.10.1 Drilling Discharges; 2.11 Control of Oil Spill; 2.12 Environmental Management Issues; 2.12.1 Environmental Protection: Principles Applied to Oil and Gas Activities; 2.12.2 Environmental Management: Standards and Requirements; 2.13 Ecological Monitoring.
Other Title Print version: Chandrasekaran, Srinivasan. Health, safety and environmental management in offshore and petroleum engineering. First edition. Chichester, West Sussex, United Kingdom : John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., [2016] 9781119221845