How can we help you?

Can we help you with anything related to the safety of hydrogen, ammonia or other gases?

Our most common project categories include:
box CFD consequence assessment for dispersion or explosion.
box Risk assessment of gas handling facilities, gas fuelled ships or other gas applications.
box Design safety review/screening or HAZID-workshops for sites or vessels.
box Help to understand an accident or an incident that has occurred.
box Training course or a presentation.
box Cooperation on projects.

If so, we are happy to discuss the matter further. Please contact us per email or phone. We are physically located in Bergen, Norway.

Email:
mail@hyexsafe.com
Phone:
(+47) 91 17 17 87

Partners and alliances

Vysus Group, previously Lloyd’s Register Energy, is an international engineering and technical consultancy company with competence in a range of fields, including oil and gas, pharmaceuticals and power grids. From 2014 to 2020 Olav R. Hansen of HYEX Safety worked for their Norwegian team, which has main focus on risk assessment services. HYEX Safety has a frame agreement with Vysus Group and may efficiently support projects towards Vysus Group clients.

VysusGroup.com


Our CEO, Olav Roald Hansen, has previously worked at Gexcon for nearly 20 years. At Gexcon he contributed to the development and validation of the FLACS CFD model, with significant effort towards hydrogen modelling. His familiarity of FLACS’ abilities is used by HYEX Safety to perform simulations beyond the defined capabilities of the model, for example to model detonations, tank bursts, and liquid hydrogen releases. HYEX Safety has an interest keeping FLACS as the leading CFD consequence model for hydrogen safety studies and has therefore entered into a partnership with the development team at Gexcon with the aim of supporting the development of new models and functionality to make the software better suited for hydrogen safety modeling to the benefit of all users.

Gexcon.com


Kensington Consulting is a process safety management (PSM) and risk management (RMP) firm based in Berkeley, California, in the San Francisco Bay Area, since 2005. Olav Roald Hansen and Kensington’s William Greulich, have collaborated on many projects, primarily studying the consequences of both interior and exterior ammonia releases. Kensington works with a large number of clients in the chemical processing and handling, pharmaceutical and biotechnology manufacturing, public utility, and, industrial ammonia safety sectors. As an alliance partner with HYEX Safety, U.S. customers can readily access the expertise of HYEX Safety through Kensington Consulting.

Kensington-Consulting.com


Azane Fuel Solutions, an Amon Maritime/ECONNECT Energy joint venture, develops a turn-key bunkering solution for ammonia fuel. AFS is the owner of the “Ammonia fuel bunkering network” project, funded by the Norwegian Research Council, working to build the first green ammonia bunkering terminal along the Norwegian coast. HYEX Safety is a project partner, contributing with expertise on ammonia safety and performing risk assessments of the bunkering solutions. Other partners include Yara, Sintef, OHC, and terminal operators Fjordbase and GOT.

Azanefs.com


The Zero Emissions Ship Technology Association is an international cluster with the aim of promoting a rapid transition to zero-emisstion maritime solutions. HYEX Safety is a member of ZESTAs with expertise within safety related to hydrogen-based fuels for the maritime. We help enabling this transition by finding and documenting safe design solutions for vessels developed to use hydrogen-based fuels. We contribute to ZESTAs with our experience, participating in meetings and presenting our work at conferences.

ZESTAs.org


Ocean Hyway Cluster is in Norway the leading network for hydrogen-based solutions in the maritime sector. The cluster is active in facilitating collaboration between its members and different sectors, and it is a centre for competence for the hydrogen value chain. HYEX Safety is an active member of the cluster, participating in several of the cluster projects and working closely with many of the other members.

OceanHywayCluster.no


HYDROGENi is a Norwegian R&D initiative aiming to develop relevant competence and technical solutions for the implementation of hydrogen as a fuel in society. The centre, with more than 50 industry and academic partners, will receive a grant from the Norwegian Research Council of 200 MNOK over 8 years and will educate 35 PhD/postdocs and more than 100 master/bachelor candidates. HYEX Safety looks forward to contributing with our experience in hydrogen and ammonia safety.

HYDROGENi article


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