Fire and safety
Ramboll provides comprehensive engineering services within technical safety and HSE risk assessment. Drawing on four decades of industry experience, we combine a proactive and integrated multidisciplinary approach to create designs with a strong early-stage and continual focus on identifying and mitigating HSE risks.
Our expert team consists of specialists within technical safety, loss prevention, risk assessment, fire and explosion analysis, and HSE management. We have an excellent track record in the delivery of specialist expertise and consultancy at all project stages.
We are unique in being capable of analysing HSE risks and impacts in the same processes, using the same methodology.
Ramboll is familiar with the particular challenges related to brownfield modifications and revamps of facilities in operation. The safety and integrity of the offshore/onshore installation is essential together with the safety of the personnel working at the installation.
Based on our extensive technical safety and HSE expertise, Ramboll carries out third-party design verification to ensure that designs comply with codes, standards, and national safety requirements.
Due to our wide geographical presence, we have intimate knowledge of national and international codes and standards, regulatory frameworks and authority requirements.
Safety of personnel and protection of costly assets are of overriding concern on all processing plants whether they be FPSOs or traditional platform structures.
In order to ensure its safe operation in arctic conditions, Ramboll carried out a winterization study on the Goliat FPSO on behalf of the operator ENI Norge.
Ramboll assisted Maersk Drilling with supervision and facilitating the development of safety documentation for a newly built deepwater drillship. It is Maersk Drilling's first drillship in a future ultra deepwater fleet, which will operate at extreme depths and offer outstanding solutions both regarding safety and efficiency.
Ramboll Oil & Gas has provided a number of services for the Nybro gas treatment plant in Denmark, where natural gas from the South Arne and Tyra fields is purified and dried, and sulphur is removed, when necessary. In 2005 Ramboll conducted a major risk analysis assessment for the Nybro gas treatment plant.
The Hejre field development project in the north-western part of the Danish sector of the North Sea will be one of the largest Danish investments in offshore oil and gas production for many years to come.
Ramboll has been involved in the project for a number of years.
Port of Tallinn Ltd (AS Tallinna Sadam), the port authority in Estonia, is considering the possibility of placing a Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) receiving terminal at a location in either Muuga Harbour or Paldiski South Harbour. The purpose of the LNG terminal is to receive liquefied natural gas from ships, store the liquid in storage tanks, vaporise the LNG, and then deliver the natural gas into a high pressure distribution pipeline or to a local major gas consumer.