On Tuesday, 7th May Shell Fife NGL at Mossmorran will be carrying out our annual Emergency Shut Down (ESD) and Emergency De-Pressurisation (EDP) tests.

This test will involve shutting down equipment and closing emergency shutdown valves. Unfortunately, this will result in some noise and a small amount of flaring. This is nothing to be concerned about it is a routine safety activity carried out every year.

We apologise in advance for any inconvenience.

Admin Note: Posted on behalf of Shell
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3 Comments

  1. Helen Reid

    May 7, 2013 at 7:09 pm

    Time to shut all the windows folks, try and drown out the roar from the Moss. I could hear it before I saw it! What a racket! I seem to get the noise really loud at my house every time. The rumbling hits the house, even with all the windows closed I can still hear it. I’ve complained to Mossmorran, but they completely ignored my email, so much for them listening to the community.

    What happened to the last emergency check in November and December…and February…how many emergency health checks are needed? As for the way the plant continues to split itself in two, oh, it was Shell, oh, it was the other one…I don’t care, the impact on me, my family and neighbours remains the same…noise and light pollution, and whatever ‘stuff’ they are burning off!

    Hey, but we’re not alone… check out our cousins in Louisana: http://www.labucketbrigade.org/

    Reading through their blog, shows they have the same stories to tell as us!

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    • Name Removed

      May 9, 2013 at 10:04 pm

      Did not hear any noise or see any flaring myself? Where you imagining it?

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      • Lochgelly

        May 10, 2013 at 8:20 am

        Your username breached our rules, please refrain from posting adult based memes in future, thanks.

        Reply

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