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Title: GULF STANDARDS COMMITTEE FOR OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY IN THE GCC COUNTRIES (GSO TC 7)


1
GULF STANDARDS COMMITTEE FOR OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY
IN THE GCC COUNTRIES (GSO TC 7)
  • A SUB-REGIONAL EXAMPLE

OGP International standards workshop for the Oil
Gas Industry in India Far East Awareness
Session 26 April 2007 The Imperial Hotel, New
Delhi, India
Muayyad A. A. Ajjawi Saif Al Naimi
Qatar Petroleum QA Department State of
Qatar
2
AGENDA
1. Qatar Petroleum (QP) Standardization and
Standards Development.
2. Qatar Petroleum Efforts in National, Regional
and International Standardization.
3. Introduction to Gulf Standardization
Organization (GSO) 4. GSO Objectives, Work and
Technical Committees 5. Gulf Standards Technical
Committee for Oil and Gas Industry GSO TC7-
Background Establishment 6. GSO TC 7
Objectives, Scope of Work, Organization
Relations. 7. GSO TC7 Gulf Region and
International Standards
3
QATAR PETROLEUM (QP)
Overview
  • Established in 1974 as a national corporation
    completely owned by the State of Qatar.
  • Responsible for all oil and gas industry
    activities in Qatar, including exploration and
    drilling for hydrocarbon substances, production,
    refining, transport, storage, sale and export of
    the aforementioned substances and their
    derivatives and by- products.

Qatar
4
The operations and activities of QP are conducted
at various onshore locations, which include Doha,
Dukhan, Mesaieed and Ras Laffan Industrial
Cities, as well as offshore areas including Halul
Island, offshore production stations, drilling
platform and North Gas Field.
5
QATAR OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY
Qatar hydrocarbon products are produced mainly
from
  • Onshore Dukhan Field, Two offshore oil fields
    (Bul Hanine and Maydan Mahzam) and North Gas
    Field.
  • Other offshore fields have been developed in
    cooperation with major international oil and gas
    companies through production- sharing agreements.

Dukhan
6
QATAR OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY
  • Currently, there is a great emphasis on the
    development of the large non-associated gas
    reserves of North Field. Several projects are
    already tapping the Gas North Field
  • Qatar Petroleum is committed to utilizing the
    latest technology and to improve the recovery of
    oil and gas reserves through the application of
    well established, state-of-the-art technology as
    captured within international standards.

7
QATAR PETROLEUM WAY TO EXCELLENCE
8
QATAR PETROLEUM (QP) STANDARDS DEVELOPMENT
Generate New, Adopt International and Update
Existing QP Standards to Satisfy
  • Corporate main requirements for quality, HSE,
    uniformity efficiency, reliability and cost
    optimization.
  • Latest revisions of international, national,
    regional and industry standards
  • Corporate specific requirements,
    practices/experiences
  • National regulations and legislative rules
  • Latest Technology, market availability, cost
    optimization and good engineering practice.

9
QATAR PETROLEUM STANDARDISATION MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
Standardization Policy
Standardization Planning (Strategy Annual)
Standardization Procedures Guidelines
Standards Master Lists
Standards Information Database
10
QP STANDARDISATION MANAGEMENT ORGANISATION
Steering Committee
Standardisation Focal Points
Work Groups / Task Forces
User Corporate Departments
11
QP STANADRDIZATION ACTIVITIES LEVELS
  • Corporate Standardization (Working Groups/Task
    Forces)
  • National and Gulf Standardization (Technical
    Committees)
  • Oil and Gas Producers Association (Standards
    Committee)
  • ISO Technical Committees/Subcommittees/Working
    Groups

12
CORPORATE STANDARDIZATION
Establishing Corporate Standards by Various
Departments
  • Establish Departments Master Lists Corporate
    Master List
  • Develop, Update and Maintain Corporate Standards

Establishing Working Standards Groups/Task Forces
  • Standardization of Valves Onshore Offshore
    (WG1)
  • Quality Requirements for Procurements (WG2)
  • Welding of Transmission Pipelines(WG3)
  • Pipeline Quality Management System(WG4)
  • Quality Requirements for Projects(WG5)
  • Material Selection for Upstream (WG6)

13
QP INVOLVEMENT IN ISO TECHNICAL COMMITTEES
  • Qatar represented by Qatar Petroleum is involved
    in the ISO Technical Committees work related to
    Oil and Gas Industry and Quality
    Assurance/Quality Management
  • Qatar represented by Qatar Petroleum is currently
    a member in the committees TC 67 TC 176
    (P-member) and TC 28 (O-member).

14
ISO TC 67 Materials, equipment and offshore
structures for petroleum, petrochemical and
natural gas industries
SC2 - Pipeline Transportation Systems WG7 -
Corrosion Resistant Materials WG8 - Welding of
Pipe Lines WG10 - Bends, Fittings Flanges WG13
- Pipeline Transportation Systems WG14 -
Pipeline Protective Coatings WG17 - Pipeline
Life Extension EDC Standards Editing
Committee WG2- Conformity Assessment WG10- LNG
Equipment and Installation SC6- Processing
Equipment and Systems SC7- Offshore Structures
15
Gulf Region States
They are the GCC countries of the Arabian
Peninsula located at the west coast of the
Arabian Gulf and east coast of Red Sea.
Kuwait
Bahrain
Arabian Gulf
Qatar
UAE
Saudi Arabia
Oman
Red Sea
Arabian Sea
16
Gulf Standardization Organization (GSO)
Background
Gulf Cooperative Countries High Council (GCCHC)
has established the Gulf Standardization
Organization for Gulf Cooperative Countries (GSO
for the GCC) on 9th November 1982.
It is the Gulf region standardisation
organization for GCC Countries (Saudi Arabia,
UAE, Qatar, Bahrain, Oman). GSO members are from
all national standardisation organizations in
these countries.
17
Principle Objectives of GSO
  • Improve gulf countries economics by making them
    more efficient and competitive.
  • Promote the development and unity of
    standardization efforts in the GCC countries.
  • Promote the industrial, scientific and
    technological development in the benefit of
    exchange of goods and the provision of services.
  • Facilitate cooperation in the intellect,
    scientific and social fields.

18
GSO Main Current Activities
  • It is responsible for issuing new and updating
    existing Gulf Standards developed and approved by
    its technical committees. It is also responsible
    for adopting International Standards as Gulf
    standards..
  • In cooperation with National GCC Standardization
    Organizations, GSO is currently making
    significant efforts on the adoption of
    International Standards on various subjects, as
    Gulf and National Standards and revise GSO
    Standards with respect to International
    Standards.

19
GSO Main Current Activities Cont.,
  • Harmonization of GCC Standards/Technical
    Regulations and conformity assessment procedures
    with International Standards and practices is one
    of the main items in the current and future plans
    of GSO.
  • GSO is planning and looking forward to enhance
    the participation of the GCC countries in the
    International Standardization Technical
    Committees.

20
GSO RELATIONSHIPS WITH OTHER BODIES
Recognised
WTO (TBT)
OIML/ CODEX
International
ISO/IEC
AIDMO
Regional
Liaison
GSO
Sub-Regional
National
SASO
BAS
QS
OS
UAE S
KT S
Contractors Service Providers
Manufacturers, Suppliers/Vendors
Oil and Gas Producers
Companies
21
List of Gulf Standards Technical Committees
GSO TC1 Chemical Products Committee
GSO TC2 Measurements Metrology Committee
GSO TC3 Construction and Building Materials
Committee
GSO TC4 Electrical/Electronics Products Committee
GSO TC5 Mechanical/ Metallic Products Committee
GSO TC6 Food industries Committee
GSO TC7 Oil and Gas Industry Committee (New)
Technical Committee Members
Specialists representing all Standardization
Organizations/Authorities in the GCC countries.
Recently the Technical Council agreed to include
specialized or industrial organizations in
Technical Committee work.
22
GSO TC 7 Back ground Establishment.
OGP International Standards Workshop, Doha 3-4
April 2006. Main outcome was the recommendation
to form Gulf Standards Committee
Meeting of Gulf oil and gas companies,
Standardization Organizations GSO, Doha 5
April 2006 Raise the request to GSO GS for
establishing this committee
Technical Committee Approval by GSO Standards
General Committee (SGC) as GSO TC7
Committee Final Approval by GSO Technical Council
on the 19th of April 2006
State of Qatar Represented by Qatar Petroleum
was selected as chair and Secretary
23
GSO TC 7 MISSION VISION
Mission To manage developing, updating,
maintaining monitoring of value-added Gulf
Standards for all oil gas industry relevant
works by adopting applicable international
standards
Vision Fit for the Purpose Gulf Standards used
by all GCC countries and based on latest
international and industry standards
24
GSO TC 7 OBJECTIVES
1) General objectives
To guide Gulf Oil Gas Industry Standardisation
by effective participation of Committees Members
in this process on teamwork basis to accomplish
the following targets
  • To unify the Gulf Oil Gas Industry
    Standardization work in order
  • to achieve uniformity, reliability and
    efficiency
  • To improve quality of work and avoid duplication
    of oil and gas standardization work within GCC..
  • To achieve cost optimisation in procurement
    (material/equipment), design, production/processin
    g and services.

25
GSO TC 7 OBJECTIVES
2) Specific Objectives
  • a) To harmonize GCC current Oil Gas companies
    standards with each other and with ISO standards.
  • To participate in ISO Technical Committees,
    Sub-Committees and Working Groups relevant to the
    Oil Gas Industry in order to include the Gulf
    Region specific requirements.
  • To establish a system of involvement of Gulf Oil
    Gas Companies in TC 67,TC 28, TC193 TC 176
    technical work.
  • To adopt current International Standards
    (ISO/IEC), which satisfy the Gulf Region oil
    gas requirements as Gulf Standards.
  • To establish a database for all GCC Oil Gas
    Companies Standards and Specifications and
    provide easy access to all members.

26
GSO TC 7 SCOPE OF WORK
The Gulf Oil Gas Standards Committees will
cover the following standardization activities
  • Material, equipment and offshore structures used
    in Petroleum, Petrochemical, Natural Gas
    industries and LNG industries i.e., Drilling,
    Production, processing, transportation and
    storage equipment.
  • Petroleum natural gas products (refined
    petroleum LNG/NGL Products)
  • The Committee will also cover standardization
    activities in technical terminology, Inspection
    and testing, Management Systems , (Quality,
    Health , Safety , and Environment).

27
GULF STANDARDS COMMITTEE FOR OIL AND GAS (GSC OG)
ORGANIZATION
GSO/QS

Standardization National Bodies
Oil and Gas Companies
CHAIR (Qatar) Saif Al -Naimi - QP
SECRETARY QP -QS
MEMBERS From Oil and Gas Industry Companies
and Standardization National Bodies
28
The Importance of International Standardization
For the Gulf Region
  • ISO is a world leading developer of International
    Standards. ISO Standards specify requirements of
    State-of-the-art products, services, process,
    material systems and good conformity assessment,
    managerial and organizational practices. ISO
    Standards are designed to be adopted and
    implemented worldwide.

29
The Importance of International Standardization
For the Gulf Region
  • Gulf Oil Gas Industry can benefit from
    International Oil Gas Industry experiences, new
    technology, managerial and organizational
    practices.
  • Easy to prepare Gulf Oil Gas Industry required
    Standards and practices, which enable companies
    to minimize their specifications.
  • Establish common standards in Oil Gas Industry
    for the benefit of world trade (Technology and
    information transfer) within the same regional
    area.

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GULF STANDARDS BASED ON INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS
IS A KEY TO SUCCESS FOR GULF REGION COUNTRIES
ECONOMY
(GSO TC 7)
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