GPC Instrumentation Process

GPC Instrumentation Process

Geothermal Well Blowout & Control Emergency Services


In 1995, GPC was awarded by geothermal district heating operators an ad-hoc emergency/rescue contractaimed at controling well blowouts and avoiding subsequent damage, owing to a sensitive, densely populated, urban environment, a hot fluid (65 to 80°C) and the presence of flamable (methane) and toxic (hydrogene sulphide) solution gases. This preventing policy proved effective with five sucessful operations recorded to date.

Ontractor's Commitments

  • acquire, maintain, replace the required equipment and logistics
  • availability of the interventing team,24 hours around the clock, maximum 4 hours delay for leak diagnosis
  • maximum 8 hours delay for team and equipments on site, ready to operate.

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