Analysis on Economical Land Use in the General Drawing Design of Oil Field Stations

Ning Hong (China Petroleum Group Engineering Construction Co., Ltd.)

Article ID: 246


This paper takes the analysis of economical land use in the design of oil field stations as the research object. Firstly, it elaborates the significance of saving land. Then combined with the “Fire Prevention Code of Petrol Chemical Enterprise Design”, the paper analyzes and studies the safety and economical use of the general drawing design of the oil field stations for reference.


Oil field stations; General drawing arrangement; Economical land use

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