BMT was commissioned by an international industrial gas supplier to assess the explosion overpressure impacts due to the catastrophic failure of selected equipment for three proposed hydrogen plants across Southeast Asia.
The client plans to construct the following new hydrogen plants within three different petrochemical plants, located in Singapore, Malaysia and the Philippines:
Through the delivery of an explosion impact and vent dispersion study we undertook the following:
Several recommendations were raised for the client’s consideration to improve the safety of the proposed hydrogen plants, which include equipment design review, re-location of critical infrastructure and other safety measures.
Consequence modelling simulations with detailed illustrations were presented to the client to facilitate their understanding of the study basis and results.
Additionally we provided frequency assessments to be performed for scenarios with consequence results. This presented a more realistic and complete view of explosion risks considering both the severity and likelihood of occurrence, which assisted the client in deciding the appropriate course of action.
BMT conducted a feasibility study including assessment of site conditions water depths, met-ocean, geotechnical, vessel traffic, safety zones, safe access, land constraints and other conditions. BMT evaluated several concepts to receive, store and regasify LNG, and recommended the best option.
Our client appointed BMT to undertake a regional study to assess the commercial potential of the development of a marine waste collection and reprocessing network.
SkyPier at Hong Kong International Airport provides speedy ferry service for transfer passengers. BMT was responsible for the ferry pontoons that act as the principal interface for passengers and baggage.
BMT was engaged by the Bunbury Port Authority in 2004 and again in 2007 to manage maintenance dredging works undertaken in the harbour and channel areas of the Port.