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API - API/IP SPEC 1582 - SPECIFICATION FOR SIMILARITY FOR API/IP 1581 AVIATION JET FUEL FILTER/SEPARATORS - FIRST EDITION; NOW COPYRIGHTED BY EI Organization: API
Date: 2001-02-01
Description: This publication specifies the minimum requirements for a filter/separator system to qualify to API/IP 1581 by similarity. This publication applies to two-stage (filter and separator) and the filter/separator stages of multi-stage filter/separator systems.
API - API SPEC 12J - SPECIFICATION FOR OIL AND GAS SEPARATORS - EIGHTH EDITION Organization: API
Date: 2008-10-01
Description: Pressure vessels covered by this specification are normally classified as natural resource vessels by API 510, Pressure Vessel Inspection Code. Separators outside the scope of this specification include centrifugal separators, filter separators, and de-sanding separators.
API - API STD 12J - SPECIFICATION FOR OIL AND GAS SEPARATORS - THIRD EDITION Organization: API
Date: 1962-03-01
Description: It is not intended to inhibit purchasers and producers from purchasing and producing separators meeting specifications other than those contained herein, nor is it intended in any way to inhibit purchasers from purchasing separators from companies not authorized to use the API monogram.
API - API/IP SPEC 1581 - SPECIFICATIONS AND QUALIFICATION PROCEDURES FOR AVIATION JET FUEL FILTER/SEPARATORS - FIFTH EDITION; ADDENDUM 20TH, DECEMBER 2006; NOW COPYRIGHTED BY EI *TO PURCHASE CALL 1-800-854-7179 USA/CANADA OR 303-397-7956 WORLDWIDE Organization: API
Date: 2002-07-01
Description: (d) The performance specifications in this publication are for testing purposes only and do not necessarily constitute recommendations by API/IP for specifications in any application of the filter/separators. (e) Filter/separator systems currently qualified to the 4th edition of this specification are qualified as meeting the performance requirements of this edition for the category tested.
API - API RP 86 - API RECOMMENDED PRACTICE FOR MEASUREMENT OF MULTIPHASE FLOW - FIRST EDITION Organization: API
Date: 2005-09-01
Description: The use of two- and three-phase separators in periodic well rate determination, from varying well-to-separator distances and configurations relative to the flow of the producing wells, is discussed further in this RP.
API - API ATMOSPHERIC EMISSIONS - ATMOSPHERIC EMISSIONS FROM OILY WASTE LANDSPREADING - FINAL REPORT Organization: API
Date: 1980-04-01
Description: With this study, Suntech, under sponsorship of the American Petroleum Institute (API), has carried out an initial attempt to quantify these volatile organic carbon (VOC) emissions from two refinery wastes (API separator sludge and a centrifuge sludge).
API - API PUBL 4346 - REFINERY WASTEWATER PRIORITY POLLUTANT STUDY-SAMPLE ANALYSIS AND EVALUATION OF DATA Organization: API
Date: 1981-12-01
Description: Wastewater samples were collected from the influent to the refineries' treatment systems (API separator effluent) and at the final discharge point after treatment (final effluent).
TAPPI TIP 0402-27 - GUIDELINES FOR INSPECTION OF CONTINUOUS DIGESTERS AND IMPREGNATION VESSELS Organization: TAPPI
Date: 2015-01-01
Description: This TIP contains no guidance for inspecting associated external piping, auxiliary systems such as liquor heaters, flash tanks, steaming vessel, the sand separator and pressure limiting devices. This TIP does not help the reader interpret inspection data or assess the continuing “fitness for service” of a digester vessel, which can be done as described in API 579- 1/ASME FFS-1, Fitness for service (1)post-construction code, which is accepted by the National Board Inspection Code (NBIC).
API - API 0300-004-008 - EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION INDUSTRY ASSOCIATED WASTES REPORT Organization: API
Date: 1988-05-01
Description: From a practical view, the primary Associated Wastes include: • workover fluids, • used oils, • oily debris and filter media, • dehydration and sweetening wastes, • produced sand and contaminated soil, • spent iron sponge, • tight emulsions, and • tank bottoms and separator sludges. Waste Management Practices The general waste management practices employed in handling these wastes include: • recycled/reused, • burial, • road application/land spreading, • on-site pits, • off-site commercial facilities, and • Class II injection.
API - API PUBL 4285 - A SURVEY OF PETROLEUM MARKETING TERMINALS Organization: API
Date: 1976-09-01
Description: The terminals involved represent a cross-section of marketing terminals of the participating companies with respect to physical characteristics and location, These terminals can also be labeled the "best performers" within the industry, in that they employed good housekeeping practices and used gravity oil-water separators or their equivalent as the minimum treatment technology.
NACE RP0296 - GUIDELINES FOR DETECTION, REPAIR, AND MITIGATION OF CRACKING OF EXISTING PETROLEUM REFINERY PRESSURE VESSELS IN WET H2S ENVIRONMENTS - ITEM NO. 21078 Organization: NACE
Date: 2004-02-12
Description: Refinery pressure vessels include items such as, but not limited to, columns, heat exchangers, drums, reboilers, and separators. All repairs should be conducted in accordance with API(1) 5103 or another applicable industry code or standard.
API - API SPEC 12GDU - SPECIFICATION FOR GLYCOL-TYPE GAS DEHYDRATION UNITS Organization: API
Date: 1990-01-01
Description: This specification encompasses a system which includes an inlet separator, a glycol/gas contractor, gas/glycol heat exchanger, glycol reboiler, glycol surge tank, glycol circulating pump(s), filter(s), glycol/glycol heat exchanger, glycol flash separator (optional) and skid(s).
ASME - B31.8 - GAS TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION PIPING SYSTEMS Organization: ASME
Date: 2016-10-19
Description: (5) vent piping to operate at substantially atmospheric pressures for waste gases of any kind (6) wellhead assemblies, including control valves, flow lines between wellhead and trap or separator, offshore platform production facility piping, or casing and tubing in gas or oil wells (For offshore platform production facility piping, see API RP 14E.)
API - API SPEC 12L - SPECIFICATION FOR VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL EMULSION TREATERS - FIFTH EDITION;EFFECTIVE DATE: APRIL 1, 2009 Organization: API
Date: 2008-10-01
Description: High gas-oil ratio wells or those produced by gas lift may require the installation of an oil and gas separator upstream of the treater to remove most of the associated gas before the emulsion enters the treater.
API - API RP 932-B - DESIGN, MATERIALS, FABRICATION, OPERATION, AND INSPECTION GUIDELINES FOR CORROSION CONTROL IN HYDROPROCESSING REACTOR EFFLUENT AIR COOLER (REAC) SYSTEMS - SECOND EDITION; ERTA: JANUARY 2014 Organization: API
Date: 2012-03-01
Description: The reactor effluent system includes all equipment and piping between the exchanger upstream of the wash water injection point and the cold, low-pressure separator (CLPS). The majority of these systems have an air cooler, however, some systems utilize only shell and tube heat exchangers.
API - API 4397 - CHRONIC EFFECTS OF DRILLING FLUIDS DISCHARGED TO THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT Organization: API
Date: 1985-06-01
Description: Liquid and solid wastes that may be permitted for discharge to the ocean include cooling water from machinery, deck drainage following treatment in an oil/ water separator, domestic sewage following primary treatment and chlorine addition, drill cuttings and water-base drilling fluids.
NACE - SP0296 - DETECTION, REPAIR, AND MITIGATION OF CRACKING IN REFINERY EQUIPMENT IN WET H2S ENVIRONMENTS - ITEM NO. 21078 Organization: NACE
Date: 2016-03-01
Description: Refinery pressure vessels include items such as, but not limited to, columns or towers, heat exchangers, drums, reboilers, and separators.  Limited cracking has been noted in seamless piping; therefore, the information in this standard concentrates on longitudinally seam-welded pipe fabricated from plate.
API - API PUBL 1612 - GUIDANCE DOCUMENT FOR THE DISCHARGE OF PETROLEUM DISTRIBUTION TERMINAL EFFLUENTS TO PUBLICLY OWNED TREATMENT WORKS - FIRST EDITION Organization: API
Date: 1996-11-01
Description: The various wastewaters are treated by an oil/water separator to recover any free product, and the treated wastewater is discharged as terminal effluent.

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