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The oil and gas industry is hazardous as it is prone to explosions that occur in the presence of 3 substances: flammable gas or dust, oxygen, and an ignition source. Hence, to prevent explosions from occurring, we need to ensure that these 3 substances are not present at the same time. Conversely, as both flammable gas and dust are indispensable in the oil and gas industry, and oxygen is a necessity, the determining factor lies in the prevention of ignition sources.

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