Kogas uses air to raise concrete LNG tank roof
It is constructing three of these tanks.
The steel roof that weighs 1,210 tons was lifted from the bottom of the tank by injecting air between the bottom of the tank and the roof.
Lee Jong-ho, acting CEO of Kogas, has been emphasizing the safety of the gas facility. On Friday he visited the Kogas operation in Incheon, where he was briefed on the safety management system and inspected the production plant and storage tank.
On the ISRS-C index that assesses a company’s safety culture, Kogas last year received 6.7 points, compared to the national average of 4.8 percent.
BY LEE HO-JEONG [email@example.com]
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