Oil and Gas producers around the world need to reduce cost and time-to-market. This pressure on designers to achieve compliant safe relief systems with existing commercial tools leads to oversimplification of design issues and inherent risk.
Siemens’ gFLARE software has the power both to perform simple screening and to build unlimited detail to address complex process safety issues. It combines the tasks of many software tools, eliminating data transfer errors and improving execution.
The seminar will showcase the gFLARE technology that is helping Oil & Gas operators and EPC designers globally to resolve depressuring, fire survivability and flare capacity safety issues on new-build and existing assets, while minimizing design costs and project CAPEX.
The seminar will describe the complete range of software capabilities and how the technology is applied to common design problems, illustrated with project examples complemented with live demonstrations of the software. Registered users will be able to participate in a ‘hands-on’ session to explore a typical depressuring problem using the software via the SPSE cloud-based training server.
At the seminar you will learn about the following key topics:
- SPSE Overview
- Applications and benefits of model based safety analysis
- Introducing the gPROMS suite and gFLARE capabilities
- Project case studies showing the benefits of the technology
- Hands on session / presentation case study for low temperature, fire survivability, flare capacity and temperature propagation
Who should attend
Process Designers, Technical Authorities, production support managers and personnel with an interest in the design of depressuring, relief and flare systems.
Paul is the head of SPSE’s Process Safety Practice. He has 30+ years of experience in the Oil & Gas Engineering sector and worked for major EPCs before joining SPSE in 2016. He is a Chartered Engineer and Member of the Institute of Chemical Engineers. He is responsible for development and promotion of SPSE technology for new industrial users and is a technical consultant to the group’s projects.
Hugo is a Principal Consultant in the Safety Practice and has worked for SPSE for 10 years since graduating from the Instituto Superior Técnico (Lisbon) with an MEng in Chemical Engineering. He is an associate member of the Institute of Chemical Engineers. Hugo plays a major part in the development of PSE's gFLARE technology for dynamic flare network analysis and its deployment to end users. He is skilled in dynamic modelling of complex relief scenarios including columns.
Users wishing to participate in the hands-on session should bring their own laptop; others will be able to follow the presenter who will share the demonstration during the session.
Date & Location
17 May 2022, Singapore;
19 May 2022, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia;
23 May 2022, Perth, Australia
Refreshments and Lunch will be provided.
80 Middle Road, Singapore 188966
InterContinental Kuala Lumpur
165, Jalan Ampang, 50450 Kuala Lumpur
The Westin Perth
480 Hay Street, Perth WA 6000, Australia
09:30-12:00 (followed by lunch)