RELEASE CONSEQUENCE ANALYSIS FOR HAZARDOUS LIQUID PIPELINE FACILITIES
Our hazardous liquids High Consequence Area (HCA) analysis effectively identifies specific transmission pipeline segment or station facility’s potential impacts on populated areas, drinking water sources, unusually sensitive ecological areas and commercially navigable waterways.
• Immediate Impact Model – identifies a potential liquid release area that may directly affect an HCA.
• Potential Migration Impact Model – identifies a potential hazardous liquid release area that may migrate overland and affect an HCA.
• Watershed Migration Impact Model – identifies a potential hazardous liquid release area that may migrate overland to enter a waterway and affect an HCA miles downstream.
• Air Dispersion Impact Model – identifies a potential toxic or highly volatile liquid (HVL) vapor area from released hazardous liquids that may affect an HCA.
Our Unusually Sensitive Area (USA) analysis effectively identifies Part 195 regulated Category 1, 2 or 3 rural low-stress pipelines and rural gathering pipelines.
Our Environmentally and Ecologically Sensitive Area (ESSA) analysis addresses new California State Fire Marshal regulations.