In this webinar we examine gas detection hazards and solutions in the oil and gas industry. Join President of GfG Instrumentation, as he discusses the atmospheric hazards, monitoring applications, managing compliance, gas detection user issues, and how to choose the optimal product solution. You will learn the framework for “drilling down” through these issues by asking the right questions, and making a self-assessment of critical needs. The best GfG product solutions are the ones that most closely match customer requirements.
- The oil and gas industry is one of the most significant users of gas detection equipment because of the potential dangers associated with atmospheric hazards present at every phase of exploration, production, transmission, processing, and refining.
- Site managers must understand gas detection issues and anticipate critical requirements ahead of time to avoid playing catch-up ball when the existence of a hazard could have been foreseen. Dealing with atmospheric hazards is a constant concern.
- Hot work and entries into inerted vessels are examples of situations that require different approaches to gas detection and management.
- Combining approaches, such as using a combination of fixed and portable gas detectors, is often the best approach for ensuring worker safety in areas with atmospheric concerns.
- Questionnaires, such as the one provided by GFG, can help manufacturers provide guidance on the options and directions for gas detection and management in various areas of the oil and gas industry, from upstream to downstream activities and facilities