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Natural Gas Regulate the Energy Sector, Liberalization of

By Kavtaradze, Irma

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Title: Natural Gas Regulate the Energy Sector, Liberalization of  
Author: Kavtaradze, Irma
Language: Georgian
Subject: Georgian, Gas Supply, Chemical Engineering
Collections: National Library of Georgia
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Publisher: Library of Georgia


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Table of Contents
TOC: Introduction; 1. Literature Review and Analysis of the Gas Sector and in the Sector of the Review of the Situation; 2. Results and Discussion; Chapter I. Environmental Protection and Proper Management of the Gas Sector; 1.1. Monopoly and Its Types; 1.2. Regulatory, Environmental Management and Monitoring, Safety and Risk Analysis of the Natural Gas Sector; Chapter. Ii. the Task of Pollution Emission into the Atmosphere of the Substance; 2.1. Pollution Emission into the Atmosphere; 2.2. the Maximum Concentrations of Harmful Substances in the Field of Establishing A Modified Method of Release; Chapter Iii. Gas Supply Facilities and Environmental Risk Factors For Qualitative Model Evaluation; 3.1. Ecological Risk Assessment of Qualitative Model For the Gas Main Task; 3.2. the Risks To the Natural Gas Sector; 3.2.1. the Notion of Risk Analysis, the Risks of the Natural Gas Sector; 3.2.2. Risk Analysis of the Sequence; 3.2.3. Hazard Identification; 3.2.4. Risk Reduction Recommendations; 3.2.5. the Methods of Risk Analysis and Risk indicators; 3.2.6. Qualitative Method of Analyzing the Threat of A Compressor Station; 3.2.7. Pipeline of Faults and Events Tree Methods; 3.2.8. Compressor Stations Faults Tree Method; 3.3. Sustainable Systems and Risk Situation; 3.3.1. Risk and Decision-Making; 3.4. Statistics Disasters and Accidents Distribution, Distribution of Heavy Tails; 3.5. Gas Supply Unit To Prevent Hazards and To Optimize Decision-Making, Social and Environmental Factors; Chapter Iv. Natural Gas Distribution Network Pressure Losses By Allocating Technical and Reliability indicators; 4.1. Natural Gas Distribution Network in the Analysis of Technical Losses; 4.2. Examples of Technological Normative Losses (Moldova, Ukraine, A Azerbaijan.); 4.3. Natural Gas in Gas Distribution Networks in Technological Costs and Technical Losses Reduction Measures; 4.4. Distribution of Farm-Situ Data Reliability indicators; 4.5. Failure Analysis of the Transportation System in the South (Main Pipeline); 4.5.1. South of the Main Gas Pipeline Gheabilitatsia; 4.5.2. Failure Analysis and Risks of the Southern Section of the Pipeline; 3. Conclusion; References.


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