Googling for some safety related information about one-and-a-half month ago I spotted this Petroleum Community Forums site. I started looking at the kind of information you guys exchange and I became interested. Some of you have posted terrific pieces of information but the links were hidden to non-members. And I was salivating.
At the end it was a decision between doing something I have not experience in (joining a forum* having member privileges and exchanging information) or just downloading what I could. I obviously opted for the first just one month ago today* by the way the first forum I have joined.
So far I have read all the posts of the Safety and Environment Section and downloaded some really interesting files but something happened today. I noticed a message reminding me that I have not posted in several weeks. Then I remembered (it is easy to forget) that giving brings you receiving.
Well I have managed to get this far and I have to learn a lot about how to use fully this site capabilities.
I intended to post the document "Flamability Characteristics of Combustible Gases and Vapors" which I have seen cited in many books references and it took me awhile to get. It is an old document which I believe is still valuable and I hope you will find it useful. But its size exceeds the limits for a pdf file. I have to learn how to upload files in sites such as Rapidshare* etc. I already downloaded uploader.avi* thanks to the member who posted it.
Meanwhile I am attaching a document titled "Safety and environmental
standards for fuel storage sites" which I believe (and hope) has not been posted by any member.
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