2015 MKOPSC Symposium.

Provenance Consulting is pleased to report that the Mary Kay O’Connor 2015 International Symposium was a success once again! As always, we had the opportunity to meet peers from around the world, experts in the field, and specialists on a variety of process safety management (PSM) topics.  The two and a half day event featured […]

How PSM Programs of the Past Should Shape a Better PSM Future

Process Safety Management (PSM) has been the “law of the land” for over 20 years. While it may be perceived differently by different parts of an organization, one aspect of PSM is almost universally agreed on: If we had to do it over again, we would approach PSM implementation and practice differently. Join Patrick Nonhof, […]

2015 MKOPSC Symposium

Provenance Consulting is excited to share our involvement next week at the 2015 Mary Kay O’Connor Process Safety Center International Symposium in College Station, Texas. We look forward to this event every year, and meeting professionals that are as passionate about Process Safety as us. Like always, you can expect this symposium to have experts […]

2015 Fall Newsletter

Back by popular demand…the Provenance Newsletter is back.  Check out what’s going on with the people of Provenance. The next newsletter will publish at the end of this year, so keep on sending us your articles. 2015 Fall Newsletter

AIChE’s 2015 Spring Meeting and 11th Global Congress on Process Safety

Provenance Consulting is excited to share our involvement next week at AIChE’s Global Congress on Process Safety in Austin, TX. Provenance will be giving four presentations at the conference and will also be at booth #420 in the exhibit area – so please stop by and see us! Below is a brief summary of each […]

Overpressure Protection and the Relation to Regulations, Codes, and Standards

Most professionals in the industry understand the fundamental importance of overpressure protection and the basics of pressure relief valves. However, many cannot dedicate the time to understand the history or intricacies of overpressure protection implementation. For instance, what can we consider to be a “relief device” and where do we look to be certain? Join Justin […]

Selected Pressure Relief Systems Heuristics Live Webinar

Please join Provenance on Wednesday, 27 August 2014 at 1:00pm CST for our last AIChE-hosted webinar of 2014! As an extension to the January relief systems presentation, this webinar will highlight heuristics for a few common overpressure scenarios including blocked pump outlet, low-pressure vent piping losses, fire relief, and more. Estimating relief loads for pressure […]

How Process Engineers are Impacted by Mechanical Integrity

Process Engineers are instrumental to the design, production, and safe operation of oil, gas and petrochemical facilities. Of equal criticality is the Mechanical Integrity department, which helps contribute to the continuing availability and safe operation of the equipment residing in the facility. Although these functions are often viewed as separate and distinct activities, there are […]

Has PSI Become a Data Management Nightmare?

Process Safety Information (PSI) is the foundation of any facility’s risk-based and engineering decisions. But too frequently, limitations associated with PSI management create a data management nightmare. Provenance Consulting is proud to host our third sponsored AICHE live webinar to explore this challenge and offer real-world solutions to overcome it. Join Provenance employee, Scott Kindy —a […]

Realizing the Benefits of a Truly Integrated PHA Process

Please join Provenance on Wednesday, 26 February 2014 at 1:00 pm CST, for a free live webinar where you’ll learn about the benefits and importance of integrating the Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) process with your Management of Change (MOC) process, conducting a PHA on Capital and Plant Projects, and ensuring the adequacy of the PHA […]