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HP editors frequently attend technical conferences to keep informed on the many factors impacting the hydrocarbon processing industry (HPI). The focus of these conferences often differs. However, one ..

Bloch, H. P., Hydrocarbon Processing Staff

HP editors frequently attend technical conferences to keep informed on the many factors impacting the hydrocarbon processing industry (HPI). The focus of these conferences often differs. However, one particular conference on failure analysis stands out. No exhibitors were present at the event; the majority of the presenters were users or beneficiaries of best-of-class (BOC) root-cause failure analysis methods. The core of the program concentrated on two or three best root-cause failure analysis methods available. Accidents remain an issue The HPI still struggles with accidents according to a Chemical Safety Board (CSB) statistic. In the report, the CSB noted the “considerable freque

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