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API SPEC 12GDU - SPECIFICATION FOR GLYCOL-TYPE GAS DEHYDRATION UNITS Organization: API
Date: 1990-01-01
Description: This specification covers the minimum requirements for materials, design, fabrication and testing of a conventional lease glycol type gas dehydration system utilizing triethylene glycol as the desiccant. Conventional systems are normally designed to operate an an inlet temperature between 60°F and 120°F and at or above 400 psig pressure but not to exceed pressure limited by ANSI B16.5 Class 600 flanges.
CSA Z662 - OIL AND GAS PIPELINE SYSTEMS - SEVENTH EDITION; INCORPORATES ERRATA: MARCH 2016 AND ERRATA: JULY 2016 Organization: CSA
Date: 2015-01-01
Description: This Standard does not apply to a) piping with metal temperatures below –70 °C; b) gas piping beyond the outlet of the customer’s meter set assembly (covered by CSA B149.1); c) piping in natural gas liquids extraction plants, gas processing plants (except main gas stream piping in dehydration and all other processing plants installed as part of gas pipeline systems), gas manufacturing plants, industrial plants, and mines; d) oil refineries, terminals other than pipeline terminals, and marketing bulk plants; e) abandoned piping; f) in-plant piping for drinking, make-up, or boiler feed water; g) casing, tubing, or pipe in oil or gas wells, wellheads, separators, production tanks, and other production facilities; h) vent piping for waste gases of any kind operating at or near atmospheric pressure; i) heat exchangers; j) liquefied natural gas systems (covered by CSA Z276); k) liquid fuel distribution systems; l) loading/unloading facilities for tankers or barges; m) refuelling facilities; and n) hydrocarbon storage in underground formations and associated equipment (covered by CSA Z341 Series).
ASME - B31.8 - GAS TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION PIPING SYSTEMS Organization: ASME
Date: 2016-10-19
Description: (4) piping in oil refineries or natural gasoline extraction plants, gas treating plant piping other than the main gas stream piping in dehydration, and all other processing plants installed as part of a gas transmission system, gas manufacturing plants, industrial plants, or mines (See other applicable sections of the ASME Code for Pressure Piping, B31.)
SAE/TP - 2007-01-3266 - MICROWAVE ENHANCED FREEZE DRYING OF SOLID WASTE Organization: SAE/TP
Date: 2007-07-09
Description: This water vapor is subsequently collected as relatively pure ice on a Peltier thermoelectric condenser as it travels en route to the vacuum pump. In addition to stabilization via dehydration, microwave enhanced Freeze Drying reduces the microbial population (~90%) in the waste.
DOT - 49 CFR PART 192 - TRANSPORTATION OF NATURAL AND OTHER GAS BY PIPELINE: MINIMUM FEDERAL SAFETY STANDARDS Organization: DOT
Date: 2014-10-01
Description: (b) This part does not apply to- (1) Offshore gathering of gas in State waters upstream from the outlet flange of each facility where hydrocarbons are produced or where produced hydrocarbons are first separated, dehydrated, or otherwise processed, whichever facility is farther downstream; (2) Pipelines on the Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) that are produceroperated and cross into State waters without first connecting to a transporting operator's facility on the OCS, upstream (generally seaward) of the last valve on the last production facility on the OCS.
DOT - 49 CFR PART 192 - TRANSPORTATION OF NATURAL AND OTHER GAS BY PIPELINE: MINIMUM FEDERAL SAFETY STANDARDS Organization: DOT
Date: 2015-10-01
Description: (b) This part does not apply to— (1) Offshore gathering of gas in State waters upstream from the outlet flange of each facility where hydrocarbons are produced or where produced hydrocarbons are first separated, dehydrated, or otherwise processed, whichever facility is farther downstream; (2) Pipelines on the Outer Continental Shelf (OCS) that are produceroperated and cross into State waters without first connecting to a transporting operator’s facility on the OCS, upstream (generally seaward) of the last valve on the last production facility on the OCS.
NACE RP0775 - PREPARATION, INSTALLATION, ANALYSIS, AND INTERPRETATION OF CORROSION COUPONS IN OILFIELD OPERATIONS - ITEM NO:21017 Organization: NACE
Date: 1999-06-25
Description: In addition to mass loss, important factors to consider in the analysis and interpretation of coupon data include location, time onstream, measured pit depth, sutface profile (blistering, erosion), corrosion product and/or scale composition, and operating factors (e.g., downtime, system flow velocities, upsets, or inhibition).
NACE SP0775 - PREPARATION, INSTALLATION, ANALYSIS, AND INTERPRETATION OF CORROSION COUPONS IN OILFIELD OPERATIONS - ITEM NO. 21017 Organization: NACE
Date: 1999-06-25
Description: In addition to mass loss, important factors to consider in the analysis and interpretation of coupon data include location, time onstream, measured pit depth, surface profile (blistering, erosion), corrosion product and/or scale composition, and operating factors (e.g., downtime, system flow velocities, upsets, or inhibition).
NFPA 54 - NATIONAL FUEL GAS CODE - EFFECTIVE DATE: 9/3/2014 Organization: NFPA
Date: 2015-01-01
Description: This code shall not apply to the following items (reference standards for some of which appear in Annex K): (1) Portable LP-Gas appliances and equipment of all types that are not connected to a fixed fuel piping system (2) Installation of appliances such as brooders, dehydrators, dryers, and irrigation equipment used for agricultural purposes (3) Raw material (feedstock) applications except for piping to special atmosphere generators (4) Oxygen–fuel gas cutting and welding systems (5) Industrial gas applications using such gases as acetylene and acetylenic compounds, hydrogen, ammonia, carbon monoxide, oxygen, and nitrogen (6) Petroleum refineries, pipeline compressor or pumping stations, loading terminals, compounding plants, refinery tank farms, and natural gas processing plants (7) Large integrated chemical plants or portions of such plants where flammable or combustible liquids or gases are produced by chemical reactions or used in chemical reactions (8) LP-Gas installations at utility gas plants (9) Liquefied natural gas (LNG) installations (10) Fuel gas piping in electric utility power plants (11) Proprietary items of equipment, apparatus, or instruments such as gas generating sets, compressors, and calorimeters (12) LP-Gas equipment for vaporization, gas mixing, and gas manufacturing (13) LP-Gas piping for buildings under construction or renovations that is not to become part of the permanent building piping system—that is, temporary fixed piping for building heat (14) Installation of LP-Gas systems for railroad switch heating (15) Installation of LP-Gas and compressed natural gas (CNG) systems on vehicles (16) Gas piping, meters, gas pressure regulators, and other appurtenances used by the serving gas supplier in distribution of gas, other than undiluted LP-Gas (17) Building design and construction, except as specified herein (18) Fuel gas systems on recreational vehicles manufactured in accordance with NFPA 1192, Standard on Recreational Vehicles (19) Fuel gas systems using hydrogen as a fuel (20) Construction of appliances Other Standards.

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