This publication identifies potential hazards at the LPG/chemical gas ship/shore interface. Referencing industry regulations and guidance, it suggests best working practices for the terminal and the ship to minimise the risk of incident and to help raise overall safety awareness.
This publication explains the concept of surge pressure and provides practical advice on its associated hazards and risk management. It outlines the principal design and operational recommendations for cargo transfer systems and will benefit managers, designers and operators of liquefied gas carriers.
This book highlights the risks associated with gas operations in port areas and sets out best practice guidelines covering port transit and gas transfer operations . It also considers terminal site selection and management of relations with port authorities and other stakeholders.
Support craft perform a vital role in assisting with safe operations and emergency response for liquefied gas carriers and facilities. This service could be improved by a more up to date approach and a deeper understanding of credible scenarios and response strategies. The information in this book is provided primarily for organisations involved in the transportation of liquefied gas cargoes, although, it may also be of assistance to regulators and government agencies.
This document is written for organisations involved in training officers, including cargo engineers, for LPG cargo operations. This document is written at a high level and is suitable for individuals that are technically qualified and experienced in the subject of training and LPG operations.
This document is written at a level suitable for organisations involved in training officers for LNG cargo operations. The high-level nature of the content is directed at a reader who is technically qualified and experienced in the subject of training and LNG operations.