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ERDMP OF IGL Experience and Lessons for other CGDs. EMERGENCY RESPONSE AND DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN (ERDMP) As per PNGRB Notification GSR 39(E), 2010. 1. OVERVIEW. ABOUT IGL. 1. 2. CLASSIFICATION OF EMERGENCIES. CASE STUDY. 3. BEST PRACTICES & IGL INITIATIVES. 4.

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ERDMP OF IGL

Experience and Lessons for other CGDs

EMERGENCY RESPONSE

AND

DISASTER MANAGEMENT PLAN

(ERDMP)

As per PNGRB Notification GSR 39(E), 2010

1


Overview
OVERVIEW

ABOUT IGL

1

2

CLASSIFICATION OF EMERGENCIES

CASE STUDY

3

BEST PRACTICES & IGL INITIATIVES

4

EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS IN IGL

5


Indraprastha gas limited igl
INDRAPRASTHA GAS LIMITED (IGL)

Incorporated on 23rd December 1998 for supply of natural gas to domestic, commercial and automobile sectors (CNG).

Immediate target - implementation of Supreme Court order


DESU/Delhi/MARUTI

DADRI

NTPC DADRI

FARIDABAD

CHAINSA

TCL-BABRALA

(IFFCO) AONLA

MATHURA

HVJ PIPELINE

DESIGN CAPACITY:33.4 MMSCMD

DESIGN PRESSURE:92 KG/SQ CM

LENGHTH:2800 KMS

(OFCL)

SHAHJAHANPUR

AGRA/FEROZ

NTPC AUR

JAGDISHPUR

CFCL

AURAIYA

BORERI

ANTA

VIJAIPUR

DAHEJ

KHERA

Additional Compression

42”*610 km

EXISTING LINE

36”*640 km Existing HBJ

JHABUA

NEW LINE

Hazira

VAGHODIA


At present IGL is having more than 8000 kms of pipeline network spread across Delhi & NCR


CNG STATIONS OF DELHI & NCR

STATUS

(As On Sep’12)

  • NO. OF STATIONS

    MOTHER : 68

    ONLINE : 152

    DAUGHTER BOOSTER : 46

    TOTAL : 266

  • NOS. OF CNG VEHICLES : 5.4 Lakhs (APPROXIMATELY)

  • AVERAGE CNG SALE,

    (MILLION SCM/DAY) : 2.56


Delhi cng infrastructure
Delhi-CNG Infrastructure

Buses 17,106

Auto 1,46,412

RTV’s 36,981

& Taxi’s

Private 3,35,297

Cars

The present infrastructure caters to more than 5,30,000 vehicles from

NCT Of Delhi and NCR.


Png segment number of connections
PNG Segment (Number of Connections)

Domestic Connections – 3,55,920

Commercial Connections – 731

Industrial Connections – 280


Cgd line diagram
CGD Line Diagram

Steel Pipe Network

Pressure 19 to 26 Bar

District Regulating Station ( DRS )

City Gas Station

Transmission Gas

HVJ Pipeline ,

Pressure - 60 bar

Dispensing

200 Bar

CNG

M.D.P.E

4 Bar

Regulating / Metering

G.I. / Cu Piping

21 mbar

Kitchen Burner



Overview1
OVERVIEW

ABOUT IGL

1

2

CLASSIFICATION OF EMERGENCIES

CASE STUDY

3

BEST PRACTICES & IGL INITIATIVES

4

EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS IN IGL

5


As per pngrb gazette notification gsr 39 e levels of emergencies l1 l2 l3
As per PNGRB Gazette Notification GSR 39 (E)LEVELS OF EMERGENCIES …L1, L2, L3

Level 1: This is an emergency or an incident which -

Can be effectively and safely managed and contained within the site, location or installation by the available resources;

Has no impact outside the site, location or installation.

Level 2: This is an emergency or an accident which –

Cannot be effectively and safely managed or contained at the location or installation by available resources and additional support is alerted or required;

Is having or has the potential to have an effect beyond the site, location or installation and where external support of mutual aid partner may be involved.

Is likely to be danger to life, the environment or to industrial assets or reputation.

Level 3: This is an emergency or an incident with off-site impact which could be catastrophic and is likely to affect the population, property and environment inside and outside the installation, and management and control is done by district administration. Although the Level-III emergency falls under the purview of District Authority but till they step in, it should be responsibility of the unit to manage the emergency.

Note: Level-I and Level-II shall normally be grouped as onsite emergency and level-III as off-site emergency.


Igl s erdmp classification of emergency
IGL’s ERDMP Classification of Emergency

Level 1: Level 1 Emergency may include the following Scenarios at our CNG stations & PNG Sites:

These are the emergencies arising at CNG/PNG sites and controlled by the IGL’s available staff / manpower there with own resources.

Minor Gas Leakage in CNG Equipments / Pipeline / Vehicles (due to vehicle’s fittings failure or Safety Disc Rupture) / due to third party damage.

Minor Fire due to Gas Leak

Short Circuit in CNG vehicle or any Station Equipment

Hose pulling / Hose Snaking

Failure of Joints of Tubings / Nozzles / Break away Coupling / Bursting of Dispensing Hose

Minor Gas Leak in MDPE Line (Third party damage)

Minor First Aid Injuries to Workers or Employees


Level 2: Level 2 Emergency may include the following Scenarios at our CNG stations & PNG Sites:

When the Level 1 Emergency could not be controlled and situation becomes uncontrolled and require intervention of external sources / help:

Gas Leakage due to Safety Disc Rupture/Fitting failure in a Bus at CNG station and caught Fire.

Gas Leakage due to Station Tubing Joint /Ferrule Failure and subsequently caught fire, engulfing CNG Equipments & Vehicles came of refuelling at CNG Station.

Failure of Steel Pipeline and subsequent Fire.

Fire in PNG Customer premises (Domestic, Commercial, Industrial).

Gas Leak and Fire due to the LCV Accident on Road.

Ehtyl Mercaptan leakage while handling.

IGL’s ERDMP Classification of Emergency


Level 3: Level 3 Emergency may include the following Scenarios at our CNG stations & PNG Sites:

When the Level 2 Emergency could not be controlled and situation becomes uncontrolled and disastrous and require help of district authorities like NDRF, etc.

Ethyl Mercaptan Leakage & Spillage at the time of Handling, Unloading / Dosing.

Main Pipeline Failure and Isolation could not be done due to -

Natural Calamities like Floods, Earthquake.

Sabotage and Arson during riots

Aerial Attack

Terrorist Attack

Rupture of CNG Cylinders - Onboard Vehicle Cylinders, Mobile Cascade Cylinder, Stationary Cascade Cylinders leading multiple casualties.

IGL’s ERDMP Classification of Emergency


Incident statistics in igl last two years
INCIDENT STATISTICS IN IGL (LAST TWO YEARS)

2012-L-3 (Sabotage & Arsoning):

Incident took place at IFC-II CNG Station on 02.09.2012.

2012 – L-2 (Major Leak):

12” Steel pipeline puncture near Kapashera on 23.05.2012.

2011- L-2 (Major Fire):

Fire took place at Rohini-25 CNG station on 23.04.2011 due to gas leak during filter cleaning.

2009 –L-2 (Major Fire):

1. Fire took place in a Bus at Pragati Maidan CNG Station on 17.01.2009 due to gas leakage and fire in the Bus being refilled, involved our CNG station.

2. Fire inside customer’s kitchen on 03.12.2009 at Jawahar CGHS, Dwarka.


Overview2
OVERVIEW

ABOUT IGL

1

2

CLASSIFICATION OF EMERGENCIES

CASE STUDY

CASE STUDY

3

3

BEST PRACTICES & IGL INITIATIVES

4

EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS IN IGL

5







Failure of Safety Disc of CNG Cylinders results in High Pressure (up to 200 kg/cm2) Gas Leak resulting in damage to vehicles as well as CNG station

(Safety Disc)


Unprotected Battery Terminals Pressure (up to 200 kg/cm2) Gas Leak resulting in damage to vehicles as well as CNG station


Overview3
OVERVIEW Pressure (up to 200 kg/cm2) Gas Leak resulting in damage to vehicles as well as CNG station

ABOUT IGL

1

2

CLASSIFICATION OF EMERGENCIES

CASE STUDY

3

BEST PRACTICES & IGL INITIATIVES

4

EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS IN IGL

5


DCP FLOODING SYSTEM Pressure (up to 200 kg/cm2) Gas Leak resulting in damage to vehicles as well as CNG station


OPERATION OF DCP FLOODING SYSTEM FOR BUS DISPENSER Pressure (up to 200 kg/cm2) Gas Leak resulting in damage to vehicles as well as CNG station


DCP SYSTEM FOR CASCADES Pressure (up to 200 kg/cm2) Gas Leak resulting in damage to vehicles as well as CNG station


OPERATION OF DCP FLOODING SYSTEM FOR CASCADES Pressure (up to 200 kg/cm2) Gas Leak resulting in damage to vehicles as well as CNG station



TRAINING Safety is top agenda in all Board Meetings.


IGL Employees Training Safety is top agenda in all Board Meetings.


Training is given Prime Importance and Regular Trainings are imparted to IGL Employees, Contract workers, CNG & PNG Consumers, Security Guards and Delhi Fire Service personnel.

Multi-discipline Core Safety Groups trained from NEBOSH, UK ensures implementation of Safety Management System.

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For the safety of school children
FOR THE SAFETY OF SCHOOL CHILDREN imparted to IGL Employees, Contract workers, CNG & PNG Consumers, Security Guards and Delhi Fire Service personnel.


Fire safety training to security guards
Fire & Safety Training to Security Guards imparted to IGL Employees, Contract workers, CNG & PNG Consumers, Security Guards and Delhi Fire Service personnel.


Cng fire training to delhi fire service personnel
CNG Fire Training to Delhi Fire Service Personnel imparted to IGL Employees, Contract workers, CNG & PNG Consumers, Security Guards and Delhi Fire Service personnel.


Igl s initiatives for consumer safety
IGL’S INITIATIVES FOR CONSUMER SAFETY imparted to IGL Employees, Contract workers, CNG & PNG Consumers, Security Guards and Delhi Fire Service personnel.


Igl s initiatives for consumer safety1
IGL’S INITIATIVES FOR CONSUMER SAFETY imparted to IGL Employees, Contract workers, CNG & PNG Consumers, Security Guards and Delhi Fire Service personnel.

TRAINING PROGRAMS FOR RESIDENTIAL SOCIETY CUSTOMERS


TRAINING PROGRAMS FOR DRIVERS OF UPSRTC BUSES imparted to IGL Employees, Contract workers, CNG & PNG Consumers, Security Guards and Delhi Fire Service personnel.


TRAINING PROGRAMS FOR STAFF OF RETAIL OUTLET OF OMCs imparted to IGL Employees, Contract workers, CNG & PNG Consumers, Security Guards and Delhi Fire Service personnel.



Safety Awareness Programmes at GROUP) SOCIETYRASHTRAPATI BHAWAN for the staff and the residents.

Safety Awareness Programmes at TIHAR JAIL for the staff and the residents.



IN LINE WITH THE REQUIREMENT OF CHECKING THE STATUS OF CYLINDER HYDRO-TESTING OF CNG VEHICLES, WHICH IS VERY CRITICAL ISSUE –

IGL HAS RECENTLY CONDUCTED VARIOUS EDUCATIONAL PROGRAMME ACROSS DELHI & NCR TO MAKE THE CONSUMERS AWARE ABOUT THE REQUIREMENT OF HYDRO TESTING OF CYLINDERS.


BROADCASTING SAFETY SLOGANS ON RADIO FM CYLINDER HYDRO-TESTING OF CNG VEHICLES, WHICH IS VERY CRITICAL ISSUE –


CONDUCTING SAFETY CHECKUP CAMPS CYLINDER HYDRO-TESTING OF CNG VEHICLES, WHICH IS VERY CRITICAL ISSUE –


Checkup camp of cng cars
CHECKUP CAMP OF CNG CARS CYLINDER HYDRO-TESTING OF CNG VEHICLES, WHICH IS VERY CRITICAL ISSUE –


FREE CHECKUPS OF CNG CARS CYLINDER HYDRO-TESTING OF CNG VEHICLES, WHICH IS VERY CRITICAL ISSUE –

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DISTRIBUTING CDS OF SAFETY ANIMATED FILMS CYLINDER HYDRO-TESTING OF CNG VEHICLES, WHICH IS VERY CRITICAL ISSUE –


ANIMATED FILM ON SAFETY CYLINDER HYDRO-TESTING OF CNG VEHICLES, WHICH IS VERY CRITICAL ISSUE –


Safety Audits CYLINDER HYDRO-TESTING OF CNG VEHICLES, WHICH IS VERY CRITICAL ISSUE –

Internal & External Safety Audits are conducted for PNG & CNG Installations.

Safety Committees

Meetings are conducted on quarterly basis in each Zone.

Constituted with equal participation of Executives as well as Non-Executives.

Safety Work Permit System

Followed for all activities in CNG and PNG Shutdowns.

Around 30 Permits are issued on an average per day for all the CNG Control Rooms.

Accident/Incident Reporting and Investigation

IGL has a well laid down Accident Reporting and Investigation procedure.

All Incidents are investigated to find out the root cause and action taken on priority to comply the recommendations.


Overview4
OVERVIEW CYLINDER HYDRO-TESTING OF CNG VEHICLES, WHICH IS VERY CRITICAL ISSUE –

ABOUT IGL

1

2

CLASSIFICATION OF EMERGENCIES

CASE STUDY

3

BEST PRACTICES & IGL INITIATIVES

4

EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS IN IGL

5


Emergency Preparedness by IGL CYLINDER HYDRO-TESTING OF CNG VEHICLES, WHICH IS VERY CRITICAL ISSUE –

  • 5 nos. Emergency Control Centers (one in each zone) are established at strategic locations which are manned round the clock.

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  • 2 nos. CYLINDER HYDRO-TESTING OF CNG VEHICLES, WHICH IS VERY CRITICAL ISSUE – Emergency Response Vehicles are provided for catering any emergency in NCT & NCR of Delhi.


EMERGENCY RESPONSE VEHCILES (ERV) CYLINDER HYDRO-TESTING OF CNG VEHICLES, WHICH IS VERY CRITICAL ISSUE –


Ecc and erv locations
ECC and ERV Locations CYLINDER HYDRO-TESTING OF CNG VEHICLES, WHICH IS VERY CRITICAL ISSUE –


MOCK DRILLS CYLINDER HYDRO-TESTING OF CNG VEHICLES, WHICH IS VERY CRITICAL ISSUE –


THANK YOU CYLINDER HYDRO-TESTING OF CNG VEHICLES, WHICH IS VERY CRITICAL ISSUE –

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