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API PUBL 4191 - EFFECTS OF OIL AND CHEMICALLY DISPERSED OIL ON SELECTED MARINE BIOTA — A LABORATORY STUDY Organization: API
Date: 1973-11-01
Description: The first is a heavy oil of high sulfur content; the second, a lighter oil of high paraffin content. No. 2 fuel oil was the principal refined product used, because of its aromatic content.
ASTM D6448 - STANDARD SPECIFICATION FOR INDUSTRIAL BURNER FUELS FROM USED LUBRICATING OILS Organization: ASTM
Date: 2016-04-01
Description: This specification covers four grades of fuel oil made in whole or in part with hydrocarbon-based used or reprocessed lubricating oil or functional fluids, such as preservative and hydraulic fluids.
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: Operations and facilities addressed range from the well-head to retail outlets, including exploration and production (E & P), refining, marine vessels, pipelines, bulk distribution, and other transportation, and retail marketing.
DS/EN 14156 - DERIVATIVES FROM COAL PYROLYSIS - COAL TAR BASED OILS: COAL TAR FUEL - SPECIFICATIONS AND TEST METHODS Organization: DS
Date: 2003-09-22
Description: The mixing with fuel oils from other raw materials should be avoided. This standard does not cover marine fuel applications.
NBN - EN 14156 - DERIVATIVES FROM COAL PYROLYSIS - COAL TAR BASED OILS: COAL TAR FUEL - SPECIFICATIONS AND TEST METHODS Organization: NBN
Date: 2003-09-05
Description: The mixing with fuel oils from other raw materials should be avoided.This standard does not cover marine fuel applications.
NBN - EN 14156 - DERIVATIVES FROM COAL PYROLYSIS - COAL TAR BASED OILS: COAL TAR FUEL - SPECIFICATIONS AND TEST METHODS Organization: NBN
Date: 2003-09-05
Description: The mixing with fuel oils from other raw materials should be avoided.This standard does not cover marine fuel applications.
API 45552 - EXPOSURE ASSESSMENT FOR MARKETING AND MARINE DISTRIBUTION WORKERS IN THE PETROLEUM INDUSTRY WITH POTENTIAL EXPOSURE TO GASOLINE Organization: API
Date: 1994-01-01
Description: Other liquid petroleum products, such as jet fuel and diesel fuel, contain different mixtures of hydrocarbons and vary widely in their overall tendencies to produce vapors at ambient temperatures, which is reflected in their different vapor pressures shown in Table 1.
DSF/FPRCEN/TS 15522-2 - OIL SPILL IDENTIFICATION - WATERBORNE PETROLEUM AND PETROLEUM PRODUCTS - PART 2: ANALYTICAL METHODOLOGY AND INTERPRETATION OF RESULTS BASED ON GC-FID AND GC-MS LOW RESOLUTION ANALYSES Organization: DS
Description: Even when samples or data from suspected sources are not available for comparison, establishing the specific nature (e.g., refined petroleum, crude oil, waste oil, etc.) of the spilled oil may still help constraint the possible source(s) of the spilled oil.
CEN/TR 15522-2 - OIL SPILL IDENTIFICATION - WATERBORNE PETROLEUM AND PETROLEUM PRODUCTS - PART 2: ANALYTICAL METHODOLOGY AND INTERPRETATION OF RESULTS BASED ON GC-FID AND GC-MS LOW RESOLUTION ANALYSES Organization: CEN
Date: 2012-10-01
Description: Even when samples or data from suspected sources are not available for comparison, establishing the specific nature (e.g., refined petroleum, crude oil, waste oil, etc.) of the spilled oil may still help constrain the possible source(s) of the spilled oil.
NBN - CEN/TR 15522-2 - OIL SPILL IDENTIFICATION - WATERBORNE PETROLEUM AND PETROLEUM PRODUCTS - PART 2: ANALYTICAL METHODOLOGY AND INTERPRETATION OF RESULTS BASED ON GC-FID AND GC-MS LOW RESOLUTION ANALYSES Organization: NBN
Date: 2012-10-01
Description: Even when samples or data from suspected sources are not available for comparison, establishing the specific nature (e.g., refined petroleum, crude oil, waste oil, etc.) of the spilled oil may still help constrain the possible source(s) of the spilled oil.
DS/CEN/TR 15522-2 - OIL SPILL IDENTIFICATION - WATERBORNE PETROLEUM AND PETROLEUM PRODUCTS - PART 2: ANALYTICAL METHODOLOGY AND INTERPRETATION OF RESULTS BASED ON GC-FID AND GC-MS LOW RESOLUTION ANALYSES Organization: DS
Date: 2012-12-12
Description: Even when samples or data from suspected sources are not available for comparison, establishing the specific nature (e.g., refined petroleum, crude oil, waste oil, etc.) of the spilled oil may still help constrain the possible source(s) of the spilled oil.
DIN CEN/TR 15522-2 - OIL SPILL IDENTIFICATION - WATERBORNE PETROLEUM AND PETROLEUM PRODUCTS - PART 2: ANALYTICAL METHODOLOGY AND INTERPRETATION OF RESULTS BASED ON GC-FID AND GC-MS LOW RESOLUTION ANALYSES; ENGLISH VERSION CEN/TR 15522-2:2012 Organization: DIN
Date: 2012-12-01
Description: Even when samples or data from suspected sources are not available for comparison, establishing the specific nature (e.g., refined petroleum, crude oil, waste oil, etc.) of the spilled oil may still help constrain the possible source(s) of the spilled oil.
NBN - EN 14156 - PRODUITS DÉRIVÉS DE LA PYROLYSE DE CHARBON - PRODUITS À BASE DE GOUDRON DE CHARBON : COMBUSTIBLES - SPÉCIFICATIONS ET MÉTHODES D'ESSAI Organization: NBN
Date: 2003-09-05
Description: The mixing with fuel oils from other raw materials should be avoided.This standard does not cover marine fuel applications.
NPFC - MIL-DTL-32372 - FITTING, ADAPTER, HYDRAULIC AND PNEUMATIC, NPTF TO ORFS CONNECTORS, 1500 TO 3000 PSI AND -65°F TO 250°F Organization: NPFC
Date: 2016-09-28
Description: The fittings covered by this document are intended for fluid flow conveyance systems, for land based and marine applications. The fluids can be hydraulic, fuel, oil, and lubrication.
ASTM D7279 - STANDARD TEST METHOD FOR KINEMATIC VISCOSITY OF TRANSPARENT AND OPAQUE LIQUIDS BY AUTOMATED HOUILLON VISCOMETER Organization: ASTM
Date: 2016-06-01
Description: This test method covers the measurement of the kinematic viscosity of transparent and opaque liquids; such as base oils, formulated oils, diesel oil, biodiesel, biodiesel blends, residual fuel oils, marine fuels, and used lubricating oils using a Houillon viscometer in automated mode.
ULC CAN-S667 - METALLIC UNDERGROUND PIPING FOR FLAMMABLE AND COMBUSTIBLE LIQUIDS - FIRST EDITION Organization: ULC
Date: 2011-08-01
Description: For the purpose of this Standard, flammable liquids and combustible liquids mean gasoline, fuel oil, kerosene and diesel fuel, including gasoline with small amounts of additives such as detergents, solvents for detergents and anti-icing chemicals; diesel with up to 5% biodiesel and gasoline with up to 15% ethanol or methyl tertiary butyl ether (MTBE).
ASTM MNL44 - GUIDE TO ASTM TEST METHODS FOR THE ANALYSIS OF PETROLEUM PRODUCTS AND LUBRICANTS - 2ND EDITION Organization: ASTM
Date: 2007-01-01
Description: There are about 580 ASTM test method standards available that involve a variety of analytical techniques to identify or quantify, or both, about 230 chemical and physical properties of crude oils, gasoline, reformulated gasoline, lubricating oils, additives, transmission fluids, lubricating greases, gear oils, aviation fuels, diesel and heating fuels, petroleum waxes, marine fuels, and other specialty petroleum products.
API PUBL 4717 - PREDICTORS OF WATER-SOLUBLE ORGANICS (WS0S) IN PRODUCED WATER - A LITERATURE REVIEW Organization: API
Date: 2002-03-01
Description: These organic acids are identical to volatile organic acids produced by marine organisms and are not toxic or persistent in the marine environment. A small fraction (usually less than 20%) of the dissolved organic matter in produced water is comprised of low molecular weight alkanes and aromatic hydrocarbons.
CPC - BOILER WATER TREATMENT PR - BOILER WATER TREATMENT PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICE: CHARTS AND NOTES FOR FIELD USE Organization: CPC
Date: 2013-07-17
Description: Industrial coil type, watertube, high duty, primary fuel fired rapid steam generators ASME Consensus table 5: Suggested water chemistry limits. Marine propulsion, watertube, oil fired drum type ASME Consensus table 6: Suggested water chemistry limits.
API CUMULATIVE IMPACT - CUMULATIVE IMPACT OF ENVIRONMENTAL REGULATIONS ON THE U.S. PETROLEUM REFINING, TRANSPORTATION AND MARKETING INDUSTRIES Organization: API
Date: 1997-10-01
Description: Refineries have to comply both with controls on the refinery itself and requirements to produce cleaner fuels (reformulated gasoline and lower sulfur diesel fuel). A second phase of reformulated fuels requirements takes effect in 2000, which will lead to further plant modifications for compliance.

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