Environment & Safety Gas Processing/LNG Maintenance & Reliability Petrochemicals Process Control Process Optimization Project Management Refining

Trotter, B.

PEMY Consulting, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

Brock Trotter, a Chemical Engineer for PEMY Consulting, graduated with a BS degree in chemical engineering from the University of Oklahoma and is a registered EIT in the state of Oklahoma. He has provided a variety of engineering services along oil and gas value streams including terminals, pipelines, upstream production and refining. His expertise focuses on process engineering, safety engineering, software development, tank engineering and pipeline analysis. Mr. Trotter has served as an independent expert for many management of change (MOC) and process hazard analysis (PHA) projects; furthermore, he actively supports expert witness analysis and testimony regarding petroleum overfill and fire events. He has performed hydraulic analyses and produced levels of concern (LOCs) for onshore terminal facilities. Similarly, he has been responsible for the engineering and strategy of tank alterations. As a software developer, Mr. Trotter has designed and built programs to perform vapor cloud analysis for petrochemical overfill events, tank calibration software, storm/hurricane risk analysis tools, comprehensive API 653 calculator and others. In addition to engineering projects and software development, he has written several articles and publications.

Maximize the value of tank laser scan data

PEMY Consulting: Trotter, B.

API 653 Annex B is the standard for evaluating tank bottom settlement.

Extended vapor cloud analysis methodology—Part 2

PEMY Consulting: Myers, P. E.  |  Trotter, B.

The Buncefield explosion in the UK was the worst post-World War 2 fire/explosion incident.

Extended vapor cloud analysis methodology—Part 1

PEMY Consulting: Myers, P. E.  |  Trotter, B.

The Buncefield explosion was the worst post World War 2 fire/explosion incident.

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