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  • Workers rescued after fire breaks out on oil tanker at Pakistani shipbreaking yard

    17 July 2018

    A fire on board an oil tanker at a shipbreaking yard in Gadani, Pakistan, on July 16 has been brought under control. Pakistani authorities said they managed to evacuate 20 workers from the vessel, the German tanker ADA, and there were no casualties reported....

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  • Explosion in Georgia coal mine kills four, injures six

    17 July 2018

    An explosion in the Mindeli coal mine at Tkibuli in west-central Georgia left four miners dead and six severely injured, according to the Georgian Ministry of Internal Affairs (MIA). The Ministry statement said a methane explosion caused a ceiling collapse in a mine tunnel....

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  • Early infrastructure contracts point to greenlighting of $40-billion Canadian LNG facility

    17 July 2018

    Reports claim that there are indications that LNG Canada, the Royal Dutch Shell Plc-led group that is considering building a huge C$40-billion (US$30 billion) liquefied natural gas facility in British Columbia, will be given the go-ahead after early activity at the project’s main site at Kitimat. LNG Canada would export significant amounts of gas across the Pacific to Asia....

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  • Hazardex & PPTex 2019 Conference – Call for papers open

    16 July 2018

    We are now seeking abstracts for the Hazardex & PPTex 2019 Conferences to be held on February 27 & 28 at the Holiday Inn Hotel in Runcorn, Cheshire, UK. With a theme for cross industry knowledge sharing, confirmed speakers already include senior figures from HSE, BASF, EDF Energy, Total, the Environment Agency, Southern Water and the Institute of Measurement & Control, with others agreed in principle and more to be announced shortly....

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  • At least seven injured in explosion at refinery in western Siberia

    13 July 2018

    According to RIA Novosti, an explosion at the Surgutneftegas refining facility in Russia’s Khanty-Mansi Autonomous Region on July 13 injured at least seven employees. Two of the injured were taken to hospital for trauma care, a local health official told the news agency. ...

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China chemical plant blast kills 19 13 July 2018

A series of explosions at a chemical plant in China’s Sichuan Province resulted in 19 deaths and another 12 injured on July 12. The incident occurred at the Yibin Hengda Technology facility in Jiang’an County, which is part of the Synfarm group. An eyewitness told Beijing News he heard seven explosions in ten minutes at the site....

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Egypt chemical depot blast injures 12 13 July 2018

Egyptian state news agency MENA said 12 people were taken to a hospital after an explosion at a storage facility belonging to a petrochemicals company outside Cairo airport on July 13. The  minister of civil aviation, Younis al-Masri, said air traffic at the airport was unaffected by the explosion....

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UK company owner jailed after fatal industrial unit explosion 12 July 2018

A company owner has been sentenced to 8 months in custody after pleading guilty to a health and safety breach that resulted in the death of two brothers. Luton Crown Court heard how Simon Thomerson, the sole owner and director of Clearview Design and Construction Ltd, had been contracted by the owners of an industrial park in Hoddesdon, Hertfordshire to refurbish several of the units....

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Investigators find metal fatigue caused fatal 2016 Airbus helicopter crash in Norway 10 July 2018

The crash of an Airbus Super Puma helicopter that killed all 13 people aboard was the result of metal fatigue in its gearbox, Norway’s Accident Investigation Board (AIBN) said in its final report into the incident published on July 5, 2018.  The crash occurred after the Super Puma’s main rotor blades separated from the helicopter as it was ferrying passengers from a Norwegian offshore oil platform to the mainland....

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Government infrastructure committee says UK should scale back nuclear plans in favour of renewables 10 July 2018

Government advisers have told UK ministers to back only a single new nuclear power station after Hinkley Point C, currently under construction, because renewable energy sources are likely to prove a better investment over the next few years. The National Infrastructure Commission (NIC) said the government should scale back existing nuclear new build plans that envisage as many as six new plants being built....

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