Testers Needed for PFPNet Guidance

Would you like to be a tester of the new PFPNet Guidance that will help you to develop preliminary PFP specifications for onshore and offshore facilities?

PFPNet has developed a process and data that can be used to make the estimation of a preliminary PFP schemes for onshore and offshore hydrocarbon facilities. The guidance uses generic fire risk data, which has been synthesised from a review of multiple real projects, to predict the characteristics of jet and pool fires and their extent. This can be quickly used to develop the preliminary PFP specification suitable for initial estimating purposes, and to aid optimisation. The method will find use in onshore plants, as well as fixed and floating offshore facilities, that produce or process oil and gas. Its basis is founded in the experience built up over many years of the fire hazards that are found in similar plants and layouts that frequently require mitigation.

The PFP schemes developed by this new approach are not intended for final implementation, and don’t replace a detailed assessment, but when the design is at an early stage and evolving, the PFPNet guidance will provide a valuable “first pass” to aid the project delivery.

Helping us with this test will help you to understand the guidance, and could be a training exercise for any engineers interested in PFP specification development. Please contact us through info@pfpnet.com and we will send on the package to you.