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Topic 22: THE ROLE OF SAFETY IN VIEW OF WORLD ENERGY FORECAST: STRIKING A FUTURE BALANCE

In the age at which we live, no doubt energy controls the world. Loads of effort and assistance has gone into the development of technologies to meet the world's demand for energy and in the light of this we should ask ourselves this question "Is this uprise going to compromise the safety standards on ground?". Man all through history has been known to always find a way at all cost to solve problems even though most point to economical reasons.

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Topic 19: TEXAS CITY FIRE DISASTER, 16th APRIL, 1947.


16th
April, 1947, remains a day that can never be forgotten easily in the history of
the United States. When a French cargo (SS Grand camp) that was loaded with
2300 tons of Ammonium Nitrate and ammunition exploded shortly after the engine
room was gut by fire.

The
explosion climaxed and 14 hours later exploded the second ship (SS High Flyer, heavily loaded with
Ammonium Nitrate) that was anchored adjacent the SS Grand Camp. The chain

Lee Soo Chyi's picture

Topic 17: Should Arctic drilling activities be halted until the Safety and Technology are improved?

Arctic drilling has
been happening since the 1920s, but it become much more contentious as BP’s
Deepwater Horizon spill in the GOM dominates the headlines while firms were
scrambling to expand production in the far North.

Samuel Bamkefa's picture

Topic 15: Carbon emissions trading: How viable?

In order to control the emission of greenhouse gases, a number of initiatives have been brought up internationally. One of these is carbon trading in its various dimensions. This blog is to discuss the insights and issued associated with this initiative.

Posts along this line are welcome

Samuel Bamkefa

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Topic 14: Discuss safety in biofuels

One of the renewable sources of energy that has gotten attention and is developing is bio-energy. It is obtained from biomass, which is an organic material that has stored chemical energy.

But, is the harnessing and use of biofuels completely safe? Are there issues that should be of concern?

Posts giving insight into safety issues in the use of biofuels are welcome

Samuel Bamkefa

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Topic 10: ONGC Mumbai High Accident (July 27, 2005 @ West Coast of India)

Mumbai High Fire

The Mumbai High Field was discovered in 1974 and is located in the Arabian Sea. The field is divided into two blocks, North and South. It had the capacity of 180,000 barresls per day. It is operated by state owned Oil and Natural Gas Corp. (ONGC), and is protected by one private company and Indian Navy.  

Henry Tan's picture

Topic 12: Post Macondo underwater technology

The discussions in this blog relate to the SUT (Society of Underwater Technology) event on Wednesday (10 October 2012), “Macondo - Lessons and implications for the North Sea”.

Henry Tan's picture

Topic 5: Solar energy

Safety Engineering and Risk Management Debate 2012

 

Discussion Topic 5: In recent years, millions of solar panels have been placed on roofs around the world. Discuss how safe are they? Discuss the hidden pollution caused by solar panels.

Henry Tan's picture

Topic 4: Piper Alpha disaster

Safety Engineering and Risk Magement Debate 2012

 

Discussion Topic 4: If the Piper Alpha disaster occurred today, discuss the current safety legislative regime that will apply.

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Topic 3: Fracking

Safety Engineering and Risk Management Debate 2012

Discussion Topic 3: Is fracking for shale gas safe and without damage to community environment? Should it be banned?

solar panels

 

 

In recent years, millions of solar panels have been placed on roofs around the world. Discuss how safe are they? Discuss the hidden pollution caused by solar panels.

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Nuclear Energy is safe

Nuclear energy is safe

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Topic 13: Safety, Reliability and Integrity Mangement Processes and the Human Factor effect

Throughout History Man has experienced alot of severe and fatal incidences that could have been averted or most assuredly minimized if certain actions were taken or decision making processes where in place.

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