LNG Risk Management

Managing the risks of onshore and offshore LNG facilities via a thorough understanding of the design and key issues associated with liquefied natural gas.

Our multifaceted approach takes into consideration the needs of regulators, engineering contractors and most importantly, you. LNG terminals, send-out facilities and associated pipelines, and power plants around the world rely on our extensive experience to complete QRAs, HAZOP and hazard identification studies, safety integrity level (SIL) reviews, and consequence analysis modeling.

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Catalin Petrescu

General Manager

Mr. Petrescu brings to ioMosaic over 17 years of engineering leadership experience in the oil and gas, food processing, water and wastewater, and manufacturing sectors. He focuses on structure, quality of output, consistency across a team and on development on tools and processes to support effective communication and efficient collaboration across business functions. Mr. Petrescu has been managing both direct and remote global teams of senior and junior engineers, project managers, and design and service supervisors from the USA, India, Brazil, and China.

He is proficient with process instrumentation, pumps, valves and controls for processing equipment. Mr. Petrescu has deployed and monitored the effective use of risk management tools in the regulated industry of food processing, from design verification to design validation and post commissioning safety assessments. He is proficient with specific tools used in combination with an overall project risk tool, such as Equipment and Operator Safety Assessment, Explosion and Fire Risk Assessment, Hygienic Risk Assessment, HAZOP, and others. Mr. Petrescu learned about refinery processes, technologies and equipment (i.e. distillation columns) and applied knowledge with M-I Romania (now part of Schlumberger) during 1992-1995. He worked in close collaboration with Fike, a supplier of safety equipment for processing industry for explosion prevention, isolation and suppression. Recent project work includes explosion safety zoning diagram and joint development of standard offerings for safety equipment to food processing clients observing recent changes in the NFPA 652.


University of Minnesota Carlson School of Management
M.B.A. in International Business Management, Consulting 

University of Ploiesti
M.S. Mecanical Engineering, Equipment for Chemical and Petrochemical Processing and Storage

Manufacturing Leaders Alliance
Six Sigma Green Belt Certification

Association for Supply Chain Management
Certification in Production and Inventory Management (CPIM)
Certification as a Supply Chain Professional (CSCP)

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Companies have implemented their process safety management programs to comply with OSHA and EPA requirements, but they continue to have accidents. Process safety management programs can meet the letter of the law, but may not be effective in preventing accidents. Traditional audit programs look at documentation and procedures, but do little to evaluate the program quality or effectiveness.

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An international consumer products manufacturer suffered a significant business interruption due to failure of a critical support facility. This incident raised the question of whether there were other critical support facilities that could cause a similar interruption in production or a significant safety or environmental impact.


The California Energy Commission had been directed to assist in the development of clean alternate transportation fuels. As part of this effort they are supporting the commercialization of fuel cell vehicles operating on hydrogen fuel. In order to be used extensively in the transportation sector, the safety of hydrogen production, storage, and supply needs to be addressed.

A multinational energy company wanted to complete an evaluation of a PRV system in order to comply with the PSM standard OSHA 29 CFR 1910.119 which requires that employers compile information pertaining to the equipment in the process, including relief system design and design basis. 

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