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API - API REPORT OSAPR 10 - DEVELOPMENT OF METHODS TO PREDICT PRESSURE DROP AND CLOSURE CONDITIONS FOR VELOCITY-TYPE SUBSURFACE SAFETY VALVES Organization: API
Date: 1980-02-01
Description: Before recent API safety valve standards were written, functional testing procedures and selection of manufacturing tolerances on critical valve components were left to the discretion of valve manufacturers. New API standards1 and recommended practices2 have been written by the API Committee on Standardization of Offshore Safety and Anti-Pollution Equipment (OSAPE).
API - API STD 6A - SPECIFICATION FOR WELLHEAD EQUIPMENT (PRODUCTION VALVES, FLANGES, BLOWOUT PREVENTERS, AND WELLHEAD FITTINGS) - EIGHTH EDITION Organization: API
Date: 1971-03-01
Description: These specifications are not intended to inhibit purchasers and producers from purchaser' or producing products made to specifications other than API, and nothing in any API specification is intended to in any way inhibit the purchase of products from companies not authorized to use the API monogram.
API - API STD 6BX - SPECIFICATION FOR RING-JOINT FLANGES FOR DRILLING AND PRODUCTION SERVICE FOR EXTREME PRESSURES (TENTATIVE) - SECOND EDITION Organization: API
Date: 1958-12-01
Description:   It is not intended to inhibit purchasers and producers from purchasing and producing falgers meeting specifications other than those contend herein; nor is it intended in any way to inhibit purchasers from purchasing flanges from companies not authorized to use the API monogram.
API - API STD 6B - RING-JOINT FLANGES FOR DRILLING AND PRODUCTION SERVICE (2000, 3000, AND 5000 LB) - SUPPLEMENT 1: 02/1961 Organization: API
Date: 1960-04-01
Description: It is not intended to inhibit purchasers and producers from purchasing and producing flanges meeting specifications other than those contained herein; nor is it intended in any way to inhibit purchasers from purchasing flanges from companies not authorized to use the API monogram.
API - API STD 625 - TANK SYSTEMS FOR REFRIGERATED LIQUEFIED GAS STORAGE - FIRST EDITION; INCORPORATE ADDENDUM 1: JULY 2013 AND ADDENDUM 2: NOVEMBER 2014 Organization: API
Date: 2010-08-01
Description: Metallic Containers Metallic container materials, design, fabrication, inspection, examination, and testing shall be in accordance with API 620 including either Appendix R or Appendix Q. The applicable appendix of API 620 depends on the design metal temperature and the applicable temperature ranges given in these appendices.
NACE SP0294 - DESIGN, FABRICATION, AND INSPECTION OF STORAGE TANK SYSTEMS FOR CONCENTRATED FRESH AND PROCESS SULFURIC ACID AND OLEUM AT AMBIENT TEMPERATURES - ITEM NO. 21063 Organization: NACE
Date: 2006-12-01
Description: This standard covers vertical tanks for atmospheric pressure and low pressure built in accordance with API Standard 650 and API Standard 620,3 respectively. API 650 covers atmospheric pressure tanks and API 620 covers tanks up to a gauge pressure of 100 kPa (15 psig).
API - API RP 500 - RECOMMENDED PRACTICE FOR CLASSIFICATION OF LOCATIONS FOR ELECTRICAL INSTALLATIONS AT PETROLEUM FACILITIES CLASSIFIED AS CLASS I, DIVISION 1 AND DIVISION 2 - THIRD EDITION; ERRATA: JANUARY 2014 Organization: API
Date: 2012-12-01
Description: Pipeline facilities may include pump and compressor stations, storage facilities, manifold areas, valve sites, and pipeline right-of-way areas. Purpose The purpose of this recommended practice is to provide guidelines for classifying locations Class I, Division 1 and Class I, Division 2 at petroleum facilities for the selection and installation of electrical equipment.
API - API PUBL 7103 - MANAGEMENT AND DISPOSAL ALTERNATIVES FOR NATURALLY OCCURRING RADIOACTIVE MATERIAL (NORM) WASTES IN OIL PRODUCTION AND GAS PLANT EQUIPMENT Organization: API
Date: 1997-11-01
Description: Since the radioactivity is generally low and of natural origin, its accumulation and significance were not noted and studied until recently. The American Petroleum Institute (API) has subsequently sponsored studies to characterize accumulations of naturally-occurring radioactivity in oil-field equipment, and to determine safe methods for their disposal.

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