Many refineries and petrochemical plants worldwide are altering their turnaround schedules as a means of reducing COVID-19 impact. However, there is critical work that cannot be postponed without jeopardizing assets’ loss of “license to operate”.
Coronavirus means that turnarounds need new considerations; there’s no substitute for calm, experienced heads in these abnormal situations - smoothing the disruption and providing a safer turnaround for all.
We all want to come through this current COVID-19 pandemic safely and emerge able to resume our normal activities; but in the meantime this witepaper gives some key questions you should be asking yourself on your upcoming Turnarounds.
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Aug 15, 2019
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