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API - API RP 86 - API RECOMMENDED PRACTICE FOR MEASUREMENT OF MULTIPHASE FLOW - FIRST EDITION Organization: API
Date: 2005-09-01
Description: Parts of a White Paper developed by the API Committee on Petroleum Measurement (COPM) (API Publication 2566, State of the Art Multiphase Flow Metering) has been used in detailing what a Factory Acceptance Test (FAT) consists of [Ref. 5].
API - API REPORT 84-53 - INVESTIGATION OF LEAK RESISTANCE OF API 8-ROUND CONNECTOR Organization: API
Date: 1985-05-24
Description: Background Lack of information on leak resistance in API 8-Round connectors generated interest in a research project to improve the reliability of API casing pressure ratings based on leak in connectors. In 1983 the Leak Resistance Work Group of the Task Group on Performance Properties recommended to the Pipe Committee that it propose to the API Production Research Advisory Committee a research project to investigate the leak resistance of 8-Round connectors.
API - API REPORT 87-17 - API 14A SUBSURFACE SAFETY VALVE RESEARCH STUDY - YEAR 2 Organization: API
Date: 1988-12-01
Description: ABSTRACT This report presents the findings and recommendations from the second year of an American Petroleum Institute (API) research study aimed at updating the API Specification 14A Verification Test Procedure for surface-controlled subsurface safety valves (SCSSV).
API - API RP 581 - RISK-BASED INSPECTION METHODOLOGY - THIRD EDITION Organization: API
Date: 2016-04-01
Description: Purpose This recommended practice, API RP 581, Risk-Based Inspection Methodology, provides quantitative procedures to establish an inspection program using risk-based methods for pressurized fixed equipment including pressure vessel, piping, tankage, pressure relief devices (PRDs), and heat exchanger tube bundles. API RP 580 Risk- Based Inspection [1] provides guidance for developing Risk-Based Inspection (RBI) programs on fixed equipment in refining, petrochemical, chemical process plants and oil and gas production facilities.
FORD WSS-M2C939-A - LUBRICANT, REAR AXLE, THERMALLY STABLE, API GL 6 TYPE ***TO BE USED WITH FORD WSS-M99P1111-A*** Organization: FORD
Date: 2010-02-12
Description: The material defined by this specification is a thermally stable, SAE 90, API GL 6 type axle lubricant using a mineral oil base fluid compounded with extreme pressure, anti-corrosion, anti-oxidant, and mechanical limited slip differential additives.
API - API MPMS 11.1 V1 - MANUAL OF PETROLEUM MEASUREMENT STANDARDS CHAPTER 11.1 - VOLUME CORRECTION FACTORS VOLUME I TABLE 5A - GENERALIZED CRUDE OILS AND JP-4 CORRECTION OF OBSERVED API GRAVITY TO API GRAVITY AT 60 DEGREES F TABLE 6A - GENERALIZED CRUDE OILS AND JP-4 CORRECTION OF VOLUME TO 60 DEGREES F AGAINST API GRAVITY AT 60 DEGREES F - FIRST EDITION; ASTM D1250; IP 200;:2004 Organization: API
Date: 1980-01-01
Description: In 1974 the American Petroleum Institute (API) and the United States National Bureau of Standards (NBS) initiated a research program funded by the API which intended to provide the solid scientific base for the development of more accurate, consequently more equitable, measurement tables.
API - API 27-33273 - PARAHO OIL SHALE WORKERS OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH STUDY Organization: API
Date: 1980-07-01
Description: In late 1977, a proposal was initiated for a joint DOE and American Petroleum Institute (API) project to undertake a medical and industrial hygiene study at the Paraho oil shale facility.
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 4008 - AN EVALUATION OF RESIDUAL FUEL OIL SULFUR DETERMINATIONS Organization: API
Date: 1968-03-15
Description: Desulfurization Costs - Residual Fuel Oil, Bechtel Corporation for the API, February, 1967. Based on figures from this report, each additional 0.1% sulfur giveaway would cost Caribbean industry about $20 million per year to supply U.S.
API - API BULL D14 - STATISTICAL ANALYSIS OF CRUDE OIL RECOVERY AND RECOVERY EFFICIENCY Organization: API
Date: 1984-01-01
Description: The objective of the current study was to expand the data base of the original study and study oil recovery based on actual field performance data.
NACE SP0192 - MONITORING CORROSION IN OIL AND GAS PRODUCTION WITH IRON COUNTS - ITEM NO. 21053 Organization: NACE
Date: 2012-03-10
Description: Proper safety precautions when dealing with sour systems are addressed in API(2) RP 54.4 Appendix A (nonmandatory) covers safety considerations when handling H2S, and information on the toxicity of this gas.
API - API H00006 DRAFT - MANUAL OF PETROLEUM MEASUREMENT STANDARDS - DRAFT STANDARD - MEASUREMENT OF CRUDE OIL BY CORIOLIS METERS Organization: API
Date: 2001-06-01
Description: 1 Scope 1.1 This draft standard is applicable to custody transfer applications for merchantable crude oil. Topics covered are: a. Applicable API standards used in the operation of Coriolis meters.
API - API 29-33105 - ACUTE TOXICITY TEST PARAFFINICNIC OIL SAMPLE 78-10 NOMINAL VISCOSITY 150 SUS/100 DEGREES F Organization: API
Date: 1982-06-01
Description: ABSTRACT The test material, API 78-10, Paraffinic Oil (150SUS/100°F), was tested for potential acute toxicity using a battery of six tests: Primary Dermal Irritation, Primary Eye Irritation, Acute Dermal Toxicity, Acute Oral Toxicity, Skin Sensitization, and Subacute Dermal Toxicity.
API - API PUBL 29-33104 - ACUTE TOXICITY TESTS PARAFFINIC OIL SAMPLE 78-9 NOMINAL VISCOSITY 70 SUS/100 DEGREES F Organization: API
Date: 1982-06-01
Description: ABSTRACT The test material, API 78-9, Paraffinic Oil (70SUS/100°F), was tested for potential acute toxicity using a battery of six tests: Primary Dermal Irritation, Primary Eye Irritation, Acute Dermal Toxicity, Acute Oral Toxicity, Skin Sensitization, and Subacute Dermal Toxicity.
ASTM D4304 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR MINERAL AND SYNTHETIC LUBRICATING OIL USED IN STEAM OR GAS TURBINES Organization: ASTM
Date: 2013-10-01
Description: This specification is intended to define the properties of mineral and synthetic oil-based turbine lubricating oils that are functionally interchangeable with existing oils of this type, are compatible with most existing machinery components, and with appropriate field maintenance, will maintain their functional characteristics.
API - REPORT 79-28 - REVIEW OF THE STATE-OF-THE-ART OF OIL SPILL SIMULATION MODELS PHASE II Organization: API
Date: 1981-08-01
Description: Emulsification and dispersion are two processes which result in formation of water-in-oil and oil-in-water emulsions, causing a change in the physical-chemical properties of oil (e. g., volume, viscosity, etc.) and making cleanup operations more difficult.
API - REPORT 79-28 - REVIEW OF THE STATE-OF-THE-ART OF OIL SPILL SIMULATION MODELS PHASE I Organization: API
Date: 1981-02-01
Description: 1.0 INTRODUCTION This report summarizes the results of the first of a three-phase study project for the American Petroleum Institute (API). The project is to conduct a review and evaluation of the state-of-the-art of oil spill simulation models with an aim of identifying models, or model components, that may be integrated to form a single "state-of-the-art" model for simulating the fate of the spilled oil in the marine environment.
API - API PUBL 304 - EVALUATION OF RESTORATION ALTERNATIVES FOR NATURAL RESOURCES INJURED BY OIL SPILLS Organization: API
Date: 1991-08-01
Description: A brief summary of restoration techniques and their impacts, based on the comprehensive reviews of API (1985) for marine habitats and Byroade et al. (1981) for freshwater habitats, is also provided.
API - API COMPENDIUM - COMPENDIUM OF GREENHOUSE GAS EMISSIONS ESTIMATION METHODOLOGIES FOR THE OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY - PILOT TEST VERSION Organization: API
Date: 2001-04-01
Description: Although answers to the following questions are company-specific decisions, some of the issues considered by the API along with some recommended approaches are summarized below: • Issue: What compounds or emissions should be targeted?
API - API PUBL 4068 - OIL SPILL TREATING AGENTS SELECTION BASED ON ENVIRONMENTAL FACTORS Organization: API
Date: 1970-10-01
Description: Location categories were considered to be: (1) the open ocean, (2) bays and estuaries, (3) rivers, (4) large inland lakes, and (5) ocean shorelines. The API recognized that the most preferred method for combating an oil spill is rapid physical removal, as was subsequently made a policy of the National Contingency Plan of 1970; however, it was also recognized that other treating techniques could play important supporting roles - these are chemical dispersion, chemical coagulation, physical sorption, physical sinking, combustion, and enhanced biological degradation.

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