Hazard

‘A potential source of harm or adverse health effect on a person or persons is called Hazard. The Hazard and Risk terms are normally used interchangeably but the following simple example explains the difference between these two. If there was a spill of water on the floor then that water Read more…

Hydrates Types in Natural Gas

Hydrates are generally classified by the arrangement of the water molecules within the crystal structure. There are two types of hydrates commonly encountered in the petroleum industry. 1. Type I Hydrates Type-I is the simplest structure hydrates. It is made of two types of cages: Dodecahedron Tetrakaidecahedron The first one Read more…