With the rising cost of energy and increased environmental concerns, many companies across a wide range of industries have begun to focus on improving overall system efficiency. This blog article discusses the effects of leakage on engine fluid temperature control.
As nations adopt stricter emission standards—the most recent being the European Union’s Stage V legislation—and engine OEMs design new models to comply with these standards, you may be wondering if Stage V/Tier IV engines can still be fitted with the essential safety devices that allow them to operate on a site where a hydrocarbon release could trigger a runaway.
Recently, the American Petroleum Institute released the 4th revision of Recommended Practice 54, Occupational Safety and Health for Oil and Gas Well Drilling and Servicing Operations. Watch our video to learn about some important updates, and how AMOT can help you meet the recommendations.
On March 23, 2005, one of the worst refinery accidents in the United States happened at the BP Texas City Refinery. Our video below delves into what happened and what we can learn from this accident.
Implementing new site safety requirements can feel overwhelming, but we can get you on the right path in 5 simple steps. Watch now.