Prioritizing Risk Treatments on a Given Subterranean Oil Pipeline Project Using Fuzzy Decision Making Technique

 

Volume 2, Issue 3, Number 2, Pages 35-50, Published Online July 20, 2014

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Author(s):

Nafiseh Falahi, Farshid Abdi and Sadigh raissi

ABSTRACT:

Following dangers limitation strategies to reduce incidence possibility, intensity traces, and increase assessment capability happens in oil and gas industries have kept on focus by managers. The scope of this project is choosing the most suitable cases which reduce expenses of risks in Ilam-Ahvaz transmit pipe line reparation project. Firstly, by using the three-point Delphi method, these were recognized the most criticism dangers, and then with the help of smarts’ ideas, several choices were identified against them, and finally based on fuzzy TOPSIS method, many preference strategies were introduced. Research results show that “preparation of article and equipment by go-betweens for risk prohibition”, “installation control valves for earthquake risk”, “quarrel resolve group prediction at the start of the agreement for deferment risk to resolve opponent pension cases”, “payment credit security of external stuff to change the amount of payment”, “amendment written safety recipes at the start of the project to explore and fire risks”, “ forecast for torrent and water eclipse”, are the most important policies that following them can cause noticeable reduction in crisis dangers.

KEYWORDS:

Risk reduction strategy, oil and gas industries, TOPSIS method, phase logic, risk reply strategies.

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