What we do

QRA & Safety Engineering

Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA) and Safety Engineering play crucial roles in the energy industry and in the energy transition’s new technologies are developed and projects commenced.

The adoption of new technologies and processes may introduce new risks to the energy infrastructure. QRA helps in identifying potential hazards, assessing risks, and developing strategies to mitigate them while Safety Engineering ensures that safety measures are integrated into the design and operation.

Energy systems need to be reliable and resilient in current operations and to support the transition to sustainable energy sources. By conducting QRAs, potential vulnerabilities in the energy infrastructure can be identified and addressed through safety engineering practices. This ensures that energy systems operate safely and effectively under various conditions.

RMRI has undertaken QRAs for a broad spectrum of clients, NOCs, ‘majors’, regulators and others for over 30 years and these assessments have contributed to the safe operations of projects. QRA continues to be a powerful methodology for:

  • Identifying, assessing, and mitigating operational risks to ensure safe operations.
  • Ensuring the reliability and resilience of existing energy systems and transition impact.
  • Compliance with regulations and demonstration of safety of operations.
  • Cost effectiveness, sustainability and suitability of large scale engineered systems.
  • Building trust and public acceptance of new technologies and systems.