About the Client
The GNL Mejillones Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Plant was established by GDF SUEZ and the Chilean State Copper Company CODELCO in Northern Chile in 2010. The plan is a 750-Million US Dollars investment to secure natural gas supply for the mining industry.
Post-earthquake assessment of the GNL Mejillones Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Plant upon the occurrence of an earthquake to ensure safe operations.
The same Aspen technology implemented in the USArray/TA project delivered 99.8% data return over ~1,800 installations in more than ten years of operation.
After ten years of successful operation in the continental USA, the current USArray/TA phase comprises of 280 stations operating in Alaska, in a harsh environment like never before, where will stay operational until 2021 when removal will begin. By the end of this U.S. National Science Foundation USArray/TA sponsored project, a large number of Aspen stations will be transferred to the Alaska Regional network, operated by the University of Alaska, Fairbanks.
Implementation of the CONDOR Seismic Monitoring System solution, which collects data from two free-field seismic stations and determines, in real-time, whether the earthquake’s impacts on the plant have or have not exceeded its Operating Basis Earthquake (OBE) design requirements.