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November 25 - November 29, 2019

A 10-page update released by the U.S. Chemical Safety and Hazard Investigation Board showed that the reason behind the Philadelphia Energy Solutions explosions that occurred in June could be pointed to a degraded piece of metal piping. Given that the segment of piping had high nickel and copper content, which is susceptible to corrosion caused by the hydrofluoric acid in the process fluid, do you believe this incident could have been avoided?


Yes.
Other (Please respond in the comments).
No.

Voting for this poll closed on Friday, November 29, 2019



Tagged categories: Accidents; Asia Pacific; Corrosion; Disasters; EMEA (Europe, Middle East and Africa); Explosions; Health and safety; Latin America; North America; Pipeline; Safety; Z-Continents
   

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