Achieving lower capital costs when evaluating relief systems
Pressure relief systems are the last line of defence against equipment overpressure and loss of containment. Ever changing regulatory requirements, increased complexity associated with inter-operability of novel processes, and a need to reduce the Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) of relief systems is calling for improved methodologies to enhance project execution performance.
Oil and gas price uncertainty has increased the sensitivity around process industry developments, and elevated the level of financial scrutiny. Lowering the cost for relief systems design requires a collaborative approach, between owner/operator, EPC, and consulting firms. Design of relief systems requires much more than the proper sizing of relief devices. It should encompass identification of protected assets, overpressure scenarios and design basis for calculations.
Our complimentary webinar will cover:
- How an effective relief system management framework for your critical operating and/or production assets, can help you realise substantial safety and economic benefits.
- The typical breakdown of the collaborative workflow process for each of the project's stakeholders.
- Engineering design of relief systems
- Development of preliminary overpressure protection
- Validation of design and as-build documentation for risk reduction.