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API - API PUBL 4697 - E&P TANKS-COMPUTER-BASED SOFTW DESIGNED TO USE SITE-SPECIFIC INFO TO PREDICT EMISSION FROM PETRO PROD STORAGE TANKS. (LICENSE QTY 1 PERSON–CONTACT IHS FOR MULTI-USER LICENSES). NOTE: E&P TANK V3.0 SOLD “AS IS”, PER API POLICY. SEE ABSTRACT FOR FULL DISCLAIMER - ONLINE COMPUTER-BASED SOFTWARE * TO PURCHASE CALL 1-800-854-7179 USA/CANADA OR 303-397-7956 WORLDWIDE Organization: API
Date: 2015-01-01
Description: E&P Tanks (API Publication 4697) is computer-based software designed to use site-specific information to predict emission from petroleum production storage tanks.
API - API RP 2207 - PREPARING TANK BOTTOMS FOR HOT WORK - SIXTH EDITION Organization: API
Date: 2007-12-01
Description: Work practices of concern for working on tank bottoms, include but are not limited to: confined space entry, lockout/tagout, atmospheric testing, ventilation, and requirements for use of PPE. ANSI/API 2015 and ANSI/API 2016 provide guidance for tank entry consistent with OSHA regulations noted in the Section 2 References.
API - API BULL 2520 - API BULLETIN ON USE OF VARIABLE-VAPOR-SPACE SYSTEMS TO REDUCE EVAPORATION LOSS Organization: API
Date: 1964-09-01
Description: In these systems, the usual daily outbreathing of vapor and inbreathing of air are minimized. API Bulletin 2513 defines breathing loss as "Vapors expelled from a tank because of the thermal expansion of existing vapors, and/or expansion caused by barometric pressure changes, and/or an increase in the amount of vapor from added vaporization in the absence of liquid level change, except that which results from boiling."
API - API PUBL 2558 - WIND TUNNEL TESTING OF EXTERNAL FLOATING-ROOF STORAGE TANKS - FIRST EDITION Organization: API
Date: 1993-06-01
Description: The current procedure, as described in Section 2.2 of API 2517, specifies that an average wind speed at the tank site or from the nearest local weather station should be used as the wind speed over the roof fitting in the evaporative loss equations.
API - API PUBL 4606 - SOURCE CONTROL AND TREATMENT OF CONTAMINANTS FOUND IN PETROLEUM PRODUCT TERMINAL TANK BOTTOMS Organization: API
Date: 1994-01-01
Description: SCOPE OF RESEARCH In the previous API projects (Voung et. al., 1993 & Klock et. al., 1994), toxicity reduction of tank bottoms after being subjected to treatment in a sequencing batch biological reactor was investigated.
API - API PUBL 2525 - REVIEW OF AIR TOXICS EMISSION CALCULATIONS FROM STORAGE TANKS (PHASE I) AIR TOXIC EMISSIONS CALCULATION VALIDATION PROGRAM: ANALYSIS OF CRUDE OIL AND REFINED PRODUCT SAMPLES AND COMPARISON OF VAPOR COMPOSITION TO MODEL PREDICTIONS (PHASE II) Organization: API
Date: 1992-01-01
Description: During the project definition phase, which was performed in consultation with members of the API Evaporative Loss Measurement Committee, the following set of target compounds were selected to be speciated in the liquid and vapor samples: • Butane, • n-Hexane, • Benzene, • Cyclohexane, • Toluene, • Octane, • Ethylbenzene, • m,p-Xylenes, • o-Xylene, • Isopropylbenzene, • 1,2,4-Trimethylbenzene, and • Naphthalene.
API - API PUBL 2230 - STATIC ELECTRICITY RESEARCH PROJECT Organization: API
Date: 1994-04-29
Description: This project was performed in three phases: Phase I: The technical data and information contained in API RP 2003, Protection Against Ignitions Arising Out of Static, Lightning, and Stray Currents, March 1982, validated to substantiate the recommendations made therein.
ASME PTB-2 - GUIDE TO LIFE CYCLE MANAGEMENT OF PRESSURE EQUIPMENT INTEGRITY Organization: ASME
Date: 2009-06-30
Description: ., pressure equipment used in oil and gas exploration and production such as Christmas trees, wellhead equipment, flow lines, subsea equipment) (b) Equipment in commercial nuclear power plants (c) Domestic plumbing and other domestic pressure equipment such as hot water heaters. Portable air receivers (air tanks) used by homeowners and contractors are excluded from the scope but air receivers in industrial facilities are included (d) Liquefied natural gas (LNG) and liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) transport and storage (API and ship classification societies) (e) Pipelines (f) Pressure equipment used in transport service.
AWS A6.0 - SAFE PRACTICES FOR WELDING AND CUTTING CONTAINERS THAT HAVE HELD COMBUSTIBLES Organization: AWS
Date: 1965-01-01
Description: (c) Outside, above-ground vertical petroleum storage tanks. (For information on cleaning such tanks, see API Bulletin 2016, Cleaning Tanks Used for Gasoline or Similar Low-Flash Products published by the American Petroleum Institute, 1271 Avenue of the Americas, New York, N.Y. 10020.)
API - API PUBL 1645 - STAGE II VAPOR RECOVERY SYSTEM OPERATIONS & SYSTEM INSTALLATION COSTS - FIRST EDITION Organization: API
Date: 2002-08-01
Description: This system maintains a vacuum on the entire Stage II recovery system and processes the excess vapor collected through a central vapor processor or burner. A survey of API members and several other sources of information produced average Stage II installation cost data representing company-specific typical Stage II system configurations for the three targeted vapor recovery system types.
API - API PUBL 4661 - EXPLORATION AND PRODUCTION EMISSION CALCULATOR II (EPEC II) USER’S GUIDE - 2ND EDITION; INCLUDES ACCESS TO ADDITIONAL CONTENT Organization: API
Date: 2007-01-01
Description: Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the American Petroleum Institute (API), and the Gas Research Institute (GRI). Published references that provide background information for the calculation methods used in EPEC II are given for each equipment type in both the software and in each section of this User's Guide.
API - API RP 2010 - SAFE PRACTICES IN DRILLING OPERATIONS - THIRD EDITION Organization: API
Date: 1967-01-01
Description: For complete information, the Bureau of Mines Circular No. 7329: Hazards of Hydrogen Sulfide IS recommended. Also refer to API Toxicological Review: Hydrogen Sulfide. Such equipment as tanks and wells which are known to contain hydrogen sulfide gas should have warning signs posted to warn all employees and other persons of the dangers.

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