Risk analysis of hazardous pipelines – Pipelines are an efficient way of transporting hazardous materials such as hydrocarbons, but release of hazardous materials has the potential to cause injuries and fatalities to offsite population, damage to assets and the environment. Assessing the potential impact and damage is the first step in managing hazards. Risk analysis results in a risk profile (location risk contours) along the pipeline route which may exhibit risk focusing in the areas of pipeline bends. By identifying public, legal, reputational and the environmental liabilities, Risk Support, will propose measures and offer guidance on how to minimise risk.
Risk analysis of marine operations related to two Single Buoy Moorings (SBMs) for transferring oil from tankers to the shore, risk analysis of pipeline transport to the Tank Farm and to Kipevu Oil Terminal, and risk analysis of the storage of products at the Tank Farm.