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Safe Production of Oil in Fields with Hazardous Release of Hydrogen Sulfide

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Abstract
The film tells about the safety rules and about safe methods and techniques of work in the extraction of oil containing hydrogen sulfide. Filmed by order of the All-Union Scientific Research Institute of Organization, Management and Economics of the Oil and Gas Industry. 1 part. An oil rig on a snow-covered field. Oil pump at work. Oil storage tanks. View of the central gathering and preparation point for oil, gas and water. Oil pipeline equipment. A plate with the inscription: "Dangerous, hydrogen sulphide". An instructor in a specialized class on safety in the oil production department conducts briefing for workers and engineers on gas protective equipment when working with sour oil (sync.) Animation illustrating the occurrence of hydrogen sulfide in the sections of the gas-oil mixture route. card, checks the tightness of flange connections and fittings of the oil pump using a gas analyzer. Workers in gas masks fix a gas leak on an oil pipeline. Plaque with the inscription: "Gas hazardous". Type of act on an industrial accident. The worker will check the tightness of the pipeline after repair using a hydrogen sulfide gas analyzer. Entries in the logbook for monitoring the content of hydrogen sulphide and gasoline vapors at the "Vakhtopunkt No. 1 RITS No. 4" facility. The metal structure of the "Sputnik" measuring device. Two workers put on gas masks, enter the room, check the degree of gas pollution in the room using a hydrogen sulfide indicator. Sign: “Premises of class B-1. Ventilate for 15 minutes before entering. " Workers leave the premises, take off their gas masks. Workers measure the degree of gas concentration in the oil well of the collection manifold. Plaque with the inscription: "Dangerous area". The worker puts on a hose gas mask, a lifebelt, to which a signal rescue rope is tied, and goes down into the well. A worker standing next to the well hands over the tools to him. Booster pump station. Pumps, pipelines. Type of pump with explosion-proof motor and air-cooled. General view of the central control room, where the control over the operation of wells, metering units, booster pumping stations is carried out. The dispatcher speaks on the phone, monitors the operation of the equipment. Suction unit "V-3G", developed by the All-Union Scientific Research Institute for Safety. Workers in helmets prepare the unit for work. Part 2. Oil storage tanks at the site of the central gathering and treatment facility for oil, gas and water. Stationary and portable gas analyzers. The laboratory assistant makes measurements with a gas analyzer on the equipment located on the site and indoors. Separators. Sediments. Pressure gauges, level regulators, safety valves on equipment. A worker inspects pipes using an explosion-proof luminaire. Gas masks are on the shelves in a special cabinet. Cabinet for storing emergency protective equipment and tools. Raw materials and commodity tanks. Remote level gauges for measuring the oil level in the tank. At the end of the shift, the operators, wearing gas masks, approach the tank, check the readings of the oil level in the tank, inspect the condition of the fittings and pumping out pumps. The operator shall fill in the logbook of unit No. 3. Preliminary water discharge tanks. Animation: a diagram of water purification in pre-discharge tanks. Tanks, industrial premises of a gas processing plant. Supply and retractable ventilation in the compressor room. Tanks in which gas is purified from hydrogen sulfide. Heap of sulfur on the territory of the plant. Loading sulfur by an excavator onto a truck. The instructor for the lesson talks about the signs of hydrogen sulfide poisoning and the first aid methods (sync.) Warning signs "Flammable", "Gas hazardous", "No entry", "Dangerous zone", "Explosive", "Do not walk" on the posters. The doctor demonstrates the techniques of artificial respiration, shows the gas rescue equipment. Respiratory recovery apparatus "Gas rescuer - 8 m" (GS-8 m), oxygen respirator R-12, AVS-2 apparatus, air apparatus "Ukraine" at the stand.
Director
G. Timofeeva
Color
B&W
Film ID
36888
Keywords
safety engineering
, oil)
, occupational safety and health
, energy (gas
Meterage
533
Number of Parts
2
Operators
Y. Erofeev
Other Creators
scriptwriter V. Plotnikova, consultants Candidate of Technical Sciences N. Baikov, A. Zlobin, sound engineer I. Nifonova, editor B. Kozhin
Release Date
1978
Sound
Has Sound

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