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Entries for 2004

In August the small Texas community of Moss Bluff made national news when nearly 6 billion cubic feet of natural gas burned for six days as it escaped from an underground salt dome storage facility.
BP Opens LNG Training Ground in Texas
The Trinidad LNG facility is the first to operate in the Atlantic basin and only the second in the Western hemisphere.
"Paul N. 'Red' Adair, a world-renowned oil well firefighter who revolutionized the science of capping exploding and burning wells.
Capsized Barge Gives Responders a 10-Day Pain
Fatal Plastics Plant Blast Unites Illinois Firefighters
R. David Paulison addresses IFW conference
New Year's Eve came two days early in Garfield Heights, OH -- at least the fireworks did.
An increasing need for larger volumes of water during industrial emergencies exists today.
To develop a hydraulic model of the system, understanding the layout of the distribution system is only the first step.
The 9/11 terrorist attacks have forever changed the concept of first responder readiness within the industrial world.
 
 

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