Wind Awareness for H2S Safety

In South Texas, wind can be an actual weather hazard when it becomes intense enough, as we have written in an earlier post. On wellsites with active H2S, the released H2S will be pushed around by the wind. When no wind is present, this actually makes it more difficult...

Hydrogen Sulfide Monitoring

San Antonio: Bump test your H2S monitor here. In order to keep track of hydrogen sulfide concentrations and protect workers, a combination of different types of H2S monitoring processes are used. Alarms will have a visual and audible component to notify workers. Fixed...

San Antonio H2S Training: Reservoir Souring

Hydrogen sulfide, or H2S, is caused by the breakdown of organic material within an anaerobic environment. An oilfield is typically an “anaerobic” or oxygen deprived environment because it is buried thousands of feet deep. Many oils may also contain a significant...

H2S in the Oilfield Mind Map

  EAGLE FORD TRAINING SAN ANTONIO H2S TRAINING MIND MAP H2S is a small and simple molecule yet it interacts with oil and gas processes in complex and varied ways. When the H2S molecule reaches the lungs of the oilfield worker in even small quantities the results...

Process Safety on H2S Rigsites

SAN ANTONIO H2S RIGSITE PROCESS CONTROLS As we’ve written before, the oil and gas rigsite tends to present a unique set of challenges for process safety in response to H2S hazards. The combination of rugged outdoor environments and dirty confined spaces is especially...