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Title: API Tank Standards Update


1
API Tank Standards Update
  • The National Petroleum Management Association
  • PETRO 2013
  • Hilton Alexandria Mark Center
  • Alexandria, Virginia
  • November 20, 2013
  • Steve Crimaudo
  • Manager, Downstream Standards
  • American Petroleum Institute

2
API Tank Standards Update
  • From API Statistics Department
  • Monthly Statistical Report
  • August 2013 release
  • Total petroleum deliveries decreased by 0.7
    percent from August 2012 to average 19.1 million
    barrels per day in August.
  • For year to date, total domestic petroleum
    deliveries, a measure of U.S. petroleum demand,
    were up by 0.4 percent compared to the same
    period last year.
  • www.api.org - Publications Standards
    Statistics

3
API Tank Standards Update
  • From API Statistics Department
  • Monthly Statistical Report
  • August 2013 release
  • Total motor gasoline deliveries moved up 0.4
    percent from July, but were down by 0.9 percent
    from August 2012 to average nearly 9.1 million
    barrels per day.
  • For year to date, gasoline deliveries decreased
    by 0.3 percent compared with year to date of
    2012.
  • Distillate Fuel Oil deliveries increased by 2.3
    percent compared with August 2012 to
    approximately 3.8 million barrels per day.
  • www.api.org - Publications Standards
    Statistics

4
API Tank Standards Update
  • From API Statistics Department
  • Monthly Statistical Report
  • August 2013 release
  • At 1.4 million barrels per day, deliveries of
    kerosine-jet fuel in August decreased by 0.3
    percent from August 2012, and decreased by 2.5
    per-cent from July.
  • This was the second lowest deliveries for the
    month in 20 years, since 1993.
  • www.api.org - Publications Standards
    Statistics

5
API Tank Standards Update
  • From API Statistics Department
  • Monthly Statistical Report
  • August 2013 release
  • U.S. crude oil production in August increased by
    1.2 percent from July and was up 20.3 percent
    from August 2012 to nearly 7.6 million barrels
    per day.
  • The highest output for the month in 25 years.
  • www.api.org - Publications Standards
    Statistics

6
API History
  • 1919 API founded as non-profit national trade
    association, New York City
  • 1980s API relocates to Washington, DC
  • 1995 API Dallas Standards Office relocates to
    Washington, DC
  • 2007 Opened offices in Beijing
  • 2011 Singapore and Dubai, UAE offices opened

7
API Roles
  • Advocate industry positions on various issues
  • Develop industry standards
  • Gather statistics
  • Conduct research
  • Inform government and public
  • Implement and manage quality programs
  • Publish technical industry information
  • Provide education and training

8
Background on API Standards Program
  • The API Standardization Department was formed in
    1923, with the first API standard published the
    following year on drilling threads.
  • All industry segments now active in
    standardization
  • Exploration and Production
  • Pipeline Transportation
  • Refining
  • Marketing

9
API Standards
  • API now publishes more than 600 technical
    standards covering all aspects of the oil and
    natural gas industry
  • Foundation of Self Supporting Programs
  • Basis for Worldwide Operations
  • Core of Institutes Technical Authority

10
Standards Development Process
  • The API Standards program is accredited by the
    American National Standards Institute (ANSI)
    the program was reaccredited by ANSI in Oct. 2011
    following a 2010 audit. - Openness, Balance,
    Consensus, Due Process - Regular program audits
    (conducted by ANSI)
  • Transparent process (anyone can comment on any
    document in process) - All comments must be
    considered

11
Standards Development Process
  • Developed by consensus (does not mean unanimity)
  • Committee balance between users/owner operators,
    manufacturers and contractors/consultants
  • Standards developed using ANSI approved API
    Standards Development Procedures (available
    on-line at www.api.org)
  • API corporate membership is not a requirement for
    participation on API standardization committees.
  • Support from your management to participate is.

12
Use of API Standards
  • De facto international standards
  • Adoption by reference common by State and Federal
    agencies BSEE, USCG, DOT, OSHA and EPA
  • API does not promote adoption - prefer voluntary
    use
  • Written for flexibility as performance based
    documents

13
API Standards Committee Structure
Committee on Standardization of Oilfield
Equipment Materials
Committee on Petroleum Measurement
Committee on Refinery Equipment
  • Marketing/Aviation
  • Pipeline Transportation
  • Safety Fire Protection

Drilling and Production Operations Subcommittee
To support the Standards there are Certification
programs API Monogram Program, Individual
Certification Programs and others, www.api.org
- Certification Programs
14
API Storage Tank Standards
  • API publishes over 70 standards, recommended
    practices, and bulletins covering various aspects
    of tank operations
  • Design Construction
  • Inspection
  • Measurement and emissions
  • Safety Fire Protection - Safe Entry, Overfill
    Protection
  • Environmental - Leak detection, Release
    Prevention, Emissions

15
API Storage Tank Standards
  • For committee access
  • mycommittees.api.org/standards/cre/scast/default.a
    spx
  • Next Standards meeting
  • 2014 Spring Refining and Equipment Standards
    Meeting
  • May 19 20, 2014 in Orlando, Florida
  • www.api.org/events-and-training/calendar-of-events
    .aspx

16
AST Standards - History
  • From 653 - Annex A Background on Past Editions
    of API Welded Storage Tank Standards
  • API published a specification for welded steel
    storage tanks in July 1936 entitled API Standard
    12C, All-Welded Oil Storage Tanks.
  • API 12C was replaced by API Standard 650, Welded
    Tanks for Oil Storage in December 1961
  • Many editions, revisions or addenda to API 650
    have been issued since.

17
API Tank Standards Update
18
Design Construction
  • API 620, Design and Construction of Large,
    Welded, Low-Pressure Storage Tanks
  • Designed for metal temperatures not greater than
    250F and with pressures in their gas or vapor
    spaces not more than 15 psig (pounds/square inch)
  • Appendix Q covers liquefied gases at temperatures
    not lower than 325F
  • Appendix R covers refrigerated products at
    temperatures from 40F to 60F

19
Current Edition of API 620
  • The 12th Edition was published October 2013.

20
API Standard 625 - Tank Systems for Refrigerated,
Liquified Gas Storage
  • API 625 is a new standard for refrigerated tank
    systems  
  • Integrates the three related standards - API
    625, API 620 and ACI 376
  • Brings American standards up to date with
    coverage of the single, double and full
    containment concepts

21
API Standard 625 - Tank Systems for Refrigerated,
Liquified Gas Storage
  • API 625 and the revisions to API 620 were worked
    by the Refrigerated Tank Task Group (RTTG) for
    several years.
  • API 625, First Edition was published August 2010
  • API 625, Addendum 1 to the First Edition was
    published July 2013

22
Tank Design Construction
  • API 650, Welded Tanks for Oil Storage
  • Primary construction code for refinery and
    storage terminal ASTs
  • Covers material, design, fabrication, erection
  • and testing requirements
  • For tanks whose entire bottom is uniformly
    supported

23
Current Edition of API 650
  • API 650, Welded Tanks for Oil Storage
  • 12th Edition was published March 5, 2013!
  • Errata to correct 12th Edition was published July
    2013.
  •  

24
API 650 now part of API Monogram Program
  • New APPENDIX Y API MONOGRAM (informative)
  • Y.1 Introduction
  • Y.2 API Monogram Marking Requirements
  • Licenses for
  • - Shop Built Tanks (Appendix J) and
  • - Fabricated Steel Plates
  • are available
  • www.api.org - Certification Programs

25
API 650 API Monogram Program
  • Active 650 Monogram Licenses
  • Imeteco S.A. - 650-0001
  • Guayas, Ecuador
  • Ferrofab F.Z.E. - 650-0002
  • Dubai, United Arab Emirates
  • Carlos Caballero SRL - 650-0005
  • Santa Cruz, Bolivia  
  • Palmer Mfg Tank, Inc. - 650-0006
  • Garden City, Kansas
  • Haug S.A. - 650-0007
  • Callao, Peru (Applicant)

26
Tank Inspection
  • API 653, Tank Inspection, Repair, Alteration, and
    Reconstruction
  • Referenced or adopted in state and federal
    regulations
  • Minimum requirements for maintaining the
    integrity of tanks after they are placed in
    service
  • Applicable to welded, riveted, non refrigerated,
    and atmospheric pressure ASTs

27
Current Edition of API 653
  • API 653, Tank Inspection, Repair, Alteration, and
    Reconstruction
  • Addendum 3 to the Fourth Edition was published
    November 2013

28
Additional Standards being revised by SCAST - 1
  • 12 Series Production Storage Tank Documents
  •  
  • The 12 Series Task Group has begun work on to
    update the 12 Series Production Tank Standards
    and Specifications.
  • Meetings are planned for the 2014 Spring Refining
    Meeting and are open to those with production
    tank experience.
  •  

29
Additional Standards being revised by SCAST - 2
  • Tank Safe Entry Documents
  • API Standard 2015, Requirements for Safe Entry
    and Cleaning of Petroleum Storage Tanks,
  • Sixth Edition, Reaffirmed 2006,
  • Std. 2015 will be sent to API editing for
    formatting anticipate publishing early 2014
  • -

30
Additional Standards being revised by SCAST - 3
  • Tank Safe Entry Documents
  • API Recommended Practice 2016, Guidelines and
    Procedures for Entering and Cleaning Petroleum
    Storage Tanks
  • First Edition, Reaffirmed 2006
  • RP 2016 is being worked by the task group with
    intent to ballot for Spring 2014 meeting.

31
Additional Standards being revised by SCAST - 4
  • Tank Cathodic Protection and Lining Documents
  •  
  • Revisions to RP 651, Cathodic Protection of
    Aboveground Petroleum Storage Tanks, Third
    Edition, 2007
  •  
  • Revisions to RP 652, Linings of Aboveground
    Petroleum Storage Tank Bottoms, Third Edition,
    2005
  • Will be sent to API editing for formatting
    anticipate publishing early 2014
  •  

32
Marketing Operations
  • Recent Activity
  • API RP 1640 - Product Quality in Light Product
    Storage and Handling Operations
  • New First Edition Published August 2013

33
API Comments to DOT - PHMSA
  • Recent Activity
  • US Department of Transportation Pipeline and
    Hazardous Materials Safety Administration
  • on August 16 announced
  • 2013 Notice of Proposed Rulemaking regarding the
    incorporation by reference (IBR) of consensus
    standards.

34
API Comments to DOT - PHMSA
  • Background
  • The National Technology Transfer and Advancement
    Act of 1995 (Pub. L. 104-113 March 7, 1996)
  • Directs Federal agencies to use voluntary
    consensus standards and design specifications
    developed by voluntary consensus standards bodies
    - i.e. API
  • Instead of government-developed technical
    standards,

35
API Comments to DOT - PHMSA
  • API believes the intent of the law clearly
    applies to new and revised consensus standards.
  • So.API submitted specific comments October 15th
    on the PHMSA proposal to not reference the
    current editions of
  • RP 1162, Public Awareness Programs for Pipeline
    Operators, and
  • Standard 653, Tank Inspection, Repair,
    Alteration, and Reconstruction (New Sec. 6.4.2,
    Inspection Intervals)

36
API Tank Standards Update
  • Thank you!
  • Stephen Crimaudo
  • Manager, Downstream Standards
  • 1220 L Street, NW
  • Washington, DC 20005-4070
  • Phone 202-682-8151
  • crimaudos_at_api.org
  • www.api.org
  •   mycommittees.api.org/standards/cre/scast/default
    .aspx
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