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Losses and insured costs produced by lightning

Losses and insured costs produced by lightning    
Lightning causes significant damages and losses all around the world, especially in those areas with high frequency of thunderstorms or during the summer months. It is estimated that there are about 2,000 active storms every day and that approximately 40 lightning bolts per second on Earth, which means about 1200 million strikes per year. Some researches suggests that there could be an increase in electrical storms due to climate change and pollution.
What is an ESE lightning rod? All we need to know about the lightning rods with ESE arrester    
A lightning rod with ESE arrester, also known by the abbreviation ESE or by the name ionizing lightning rod, is a system of external lightning protection with innovative technology. This lightning rod with ESE are also known as active lightning rods.
33 per cent of accidents in storage tanks in the Oil & Gas sector could be avoided    
It is estimated that approximately six million people work in the Oil & Gas sector. In many cases, these jobs are situated in isolated areas far from the cities, since these are activities done with hazardous materials such as flammable gases or flammable liquids in large quantities.
The importance of a suitable earthing    
Earthing, also known as grounding, is a fundamental and essential part of an electrical system. Despite not being a visible element, the earthing system is of vital importance for the safety of people and equipment, as it protects against dangerous potential differences.