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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY

A set of International Standards for a


wide selection of vital oil and gas industry
organizations support these standards for
worldwide application. North and South
Global
materials, equipment and offshore structures American, Chinese, European and other Standards
is emerging from the International Standards standards bodies are now adopting them
Organization, ISO. These standards are for regional and national use. For industry, Used Locally
primarily the responsibility of ISO Technical they will reduce costs and delivery time, and
Committee 67 (ISO TC67). They are facilitate trade across national borders. For
Worldwide
developed using a consensus process that regulators, they offer support for goal-setting
includes more than a thousand oil and gas and functional regulations, while achieving
industry experts from around the globe and an higher levels of safety through better design. http://info.ogp.org.
international review and approval process. These standards are now being implemented
116 ISO standards have now been issued, widely in oil and gas provinces around the uk/standards/
including 13 revisions or new publications world, replacing existing industry, regional and
in 2005. A further 16 are planned for national standards and eliminating or reducing
publication this year. The international oil and the need for company-specific specifications. For details on standards available from
gas industry and national standardization ISO TC67, see the wall-chart inside.

GLOBAL LEADERS MMS recognition of the benefits of using business costs, provide a consistent regulatory
industry best practices as defined in technical climate on a global scale, make resources
ACKNOWLEDGE STRATEGIC standards and their incorporation into operating more economic to produce and provide for
ROLE OF ISO STANDARDS regulations has been part of the agencys safer and environmentally sound operations.
regulatory philosophy since its creation in The ISO Secretary-General underlined this
Oil and gas industry leaders acknowledged 1982. Consistent with the trend toward and confirmed that the globalisation of trade
the essential contribution to their industry of international commerce, todays offshore oil and issues such as environmental protection,
standards published by ISO, the International and gas industry has become global in scope. security, health and social responsibility
Standardization Organization, at the MMS thus finds itself regulating the OCS had brought consensus-based international
World Petroleum Congress (WPC) held in activities of an international industry. If done standards increasingly into demand.
Johannesburg, South Africa, in September last correctly, one set of International Standards International standards, he said, can foster a
year. More than 6,000 attendees from 98 providing for regional differences can lower win-win relationship between the developed
countries participated in this the 18th WPC,
held from 25 to 29 of September 2005. 18 th and the developing world. Through ISO, the
Discussion ranged from the need for greater SpWPC oil and gas industry develops standards aimed
standardization to reform of the process
of measuring oil and gas reserves and the
ISO Focus
A special issue of the Magazine
of the International Organization for Standardization
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at ensuring interoperability, support, customer-
supplier relations and the dissemination of new
technologies. The industry also makes extensive
possibility of developing green fossil fuels.
use of ISO management systems standards
A roundtable discussion on the impact of such as ISO 9001 for quality and ISO 14001
international exploration and production for environmental management, as well as
standards that took place on the first day ISO standards for conformity assessment.
of the congress, moderated by OGPs Shaping a sustainable
Executive Director, featured representatives energy future There was a consensus at the congress that
International Standards encourage economic
from major petroleum companies including
growth by opening up markets and helping
Petrobras, Qatar Petroleum & Shell, as well as
break down technical barriers to trade, but
participation by the US Minerals Management
that core issues such as quality and reliability
Services (MMS), Nigerias National
must first be addressed and
Engineering and Technical Company (NETCO),
resolved. Here, International
Halliburton, the Chinese Petroleum Standards
Committee (CPSC) and ISO Secretary-General.
Standards might be seen Qata
Petro r
as biasing the market
Shell views international standardization towards exports from
as an asset for its global operations, citing World Petroleum the developed world, will h leum
work ost an O
the companys design and engineering Congress 2005 but only in the short sho GP
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practices for self-regulation, which are Johannesburg, South Africa term. Their advantage l Stan rna-
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2006: Standards Bulletin No. 7
ISO Standards for use in the oil & gas industry
ISO 10418 Basic surface safety systems ISO 15156-1 Selection of cracking resistant materials for use in H2S envrironments
ISO
ISO
3977-5
10434
Gas turbines procurement
Bolted bonnet steel gate valves
ISO 13706
ISO 13707
Air-cooled heat exchangers (Rev)
Reciprocating compressors
ISO 10423 Wellhead & christmas tree equipment ISO 15156-2 Cracking-resistant steels and cast irons for use in H2S environments ISO 10437 Special-purpose steam turbines ISO 13709 Centrifugal pumps
ISO 13533 Drill-through equipment (BOPs) ISO 15156-3 Cracking-resistant alloys for use in H2S environments ISO 10438 Lubrication, shaft-sealing and ISO 13710 Reciprocating positive displacement pumps
ISO 13534 Hoisting equipment - care/maint ISO 15138 HVAC offshore oil-control systems, Parts 1-4 ISO 14691 Flexible couplings general
ISO 13535 Hoisting equipment - specification ISO 15544 Emergency response ISO 10439 Centrifugal compressors ISO 15547-1 Plate & frame type heat exchangers (Rev)
ISO 13626 Drilling and well-servicing structures ISO 15663 Life cycle costing, Parts 1-3 ISO 10440-1 Rotary PD process compressors (Rev) ISO 15547-2 Brazed aluminium platefin type heat exchangers (New)
ISO 13702 Control & mitigation of fire & explosion ISO 17776 Assessment of hazardous situations ISO 10440-2 Rotary PD packaged air compressors ISO 15649 Piping
ISO 13703 Offshore piping systems ISO/TS 29001 Sector-specific quality management system ISO 10441 Flexible couplings special ISO 15761 Steel valves DN 100 and smaller
ISO 14224 Reliability/maintenance data (Rev) ISO 10442 Integrally geared air compressors ISO 16812 Shell & tube heat exchangers (Rev)
ISO 14692 GRP piping, Parts 1-4 ISO 13631 Reciprocating gas compressors ISO 17292 Metal ball valves
ISO 14693 Drilling equipment ISO 13691 High speed enclosed gear units ISO 21049 Centrifugal and rotary pumps shaft sealing
ISO 13704 Calculation heat tube thickness ISO 23251 Pressure-relieving and depressuring systems (New)
ISO 13705 Fired heaters for general service (Rev) ISO/TR 24817 Composite repair of pipework (New)

ISO 13819-2 Fixed steel offshore structures


ISO 19900 Offshore structures - general requirements
ISO 13625 Marine drilling riser couplings ISO 19901-1 Metocean design and operating considerations (New)
ISO 19901-7 Stationkeeping systems (New) ISO 19901-2 Seismic design
ISO 19901-4 Geotechnical and foundation design
ISO 19901-5 Weight control
ISO 19903 Fixed concrete offshore structures (New)
ISO 19904-1 Floating offshore structures (New)
ISO 3183 Linepipe, Parts 1-3
ISO 13623 Pipeline transportation systems
ISO 13847 Pipeline welding
ISO 14313 Pipeline valves
ISO 14723 Subsea pipeline valves
ISO 15589-1 Cathodic protection for on-land pipelines
ISO 15589-2 Cathodic protection for offshore pipelines
ISO 15590-1 Pipeline induction bends
ISO 13628-1 Subsea production systems (Rev) ISO 13628-6 Subsea production controls (Rev) ISO 15590-2 Pipeline fittings
ISO 13628-2 Subsea flexible pipe systems (Rev) ISO 13628-7 Completion/workover riser system (New) ISO 15590-3 Pipeline flanges
ISO 13628-3 Subsea TFL pumpdown systems ISO 13628-8 ROV interfaces ISO 16708 Pipeline reliability-based limit state design (New)
ISO 13628-4 Subsea wellhead & christmas trees ISO 13628-9 ROT intervention systems ISO 21329 Test procedures for pipeline
ISO 13628-5 Subsea control umbilicals ISO 13628-10 Bonded flexible pipe (New) mechanical connectors
ISO 13628-11 Flexible pipe systems for subsea and
marine applications (New)

ISO 10405 Care/use of casing/tubing ISO 10427-1 Bow spring casing ISO 13503-1 Measurement of viscous properties of completion fluids
ISO 10407-1 Drill stem design centralizers ISO 13503-2 Measurement of properties of proppants (New)
ISO 10414 Field testing of drilling fluids, Part 1-2 ISO 10427-2 Centralizer placement ISO 13503-3 Testing of heavy brines (New)
ISO 10416 Drilling fluids - lab testing and stop-collar testing ISO 13503-4 Measurement of stimulation & gravelpack fluid leakoff (New)
ISO 10417 Subsurface safety valve systems ISO 10427-3 Performance testing of ISO 13503-5 Measurement of long term conductivity of proppants (New)
ISO 10424-1 Rotary drill stem elements cement float equipment ISO 13678 Thread compounds

Standards in brown issued in 2005


ISO 10424-2 Threading, gauging and testing of ISO 10432 Subsurface safety valves ISO 13679 Connection testing
rotary connections (New) ISO 11960 Casing and tubing ISO 13680 CRA seamless tubes for casing and tubing
ISO 10426-1 Well cementing (Rev) ISO 11961 Drillpipe ISO 14310 Packers and bridge plugs
ISO
ISO
10426-2
10426-3
Testing of well cements (Amendment)
Testing of deepwater well cement
ISO
ISO
13500
13501
Drilling fluids (Rev)
Drilling fluids - processing
ISO
ISO
15136-1
15136-2
Progressing cavity pump systems
Progressing cavity pump systems - drive heads (New) Standards in green are a priority for 2006 issue
ISO 10426-4 Preparation and testing of systems evaluation (New) ISO 15463 Field inspection of new casing, tubing and plain end drill pipe

ISO 10426-5
atmospheric foamed cement slurries
Shrinkage and expansion of well cement
ISO
ISO
15546
16070
Aluminium drillpipe
Lock mandrels and landing nipples (Rev)
Many of these standards are adopted by API, CEN
ISO 17078-1 Side-pocket mandrels
and other recognised standards bodies

read, use and help develop, thus providing separate regulation. ISO standards are SUCCESS STORY HARMONIZATION IN Experience in Standardization and Technical Union. RSPP has now
a level playing field in the long term. currently referenced in regulations for which Regulation was organized in Brussels (10-12 decided to support ISO &
they provide the technical basis as noted
ADOPTION PROGRESS STANDARDIZATION BETWEEN October 2005) by the Russian Union of the organization of
stand
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in the WTOs World Trade Report, 2005, EUROPE AND RUSSIA Industrialists and Entrepreneurs (RSPP) with Inter-industry Council natio
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and international regulators should accept API has now (February 2006) adopted back n a
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which also underlined their role in reducing the support of the Presidents Administration on Standardization l s
international standards as a basis for some 41 of the ISO standards shown above, OGP has participated to several meetings body tandards
transaction costs and facilitating world trade. of Russia and UN European Economic in Russia for the oil their - c h eck
regulation, but that much work was still CEN adoptions is now at some 82 of which and conferences related to a harmonization w
needed, by standardisers Just prior to the WPC, an International OGP Commission. This effort is within the framework and gas sector. electr ebsite fo
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(see the full adoption list at info.ogp.org. and Former Soviet Union Countries helping
before a point could be by the South African Bureau of Standards Economic Space agreed at the EU Russian support the formation
uk/standards/). These numbers represent
OGP e (SABS) was held in Johannesburg, aimed them be a part of the Summit in St. Petersburg June 2003. The of such a council as it is
reached where conformity growing consensus in the oil and gas industry international industrys
logu with a standard for a at increasing awareness and encouraging main goal of the conference was the study of believed it would help to coordinate Russian
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around the globe. With China, Brazil, Canada
Cata the participation of African stakeholders way of creating global issues regarding the participation of industrial efforts to become an active member and full
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all the main elements of an integrated oil and gas development: from the sub-surface safety valve, through the stand 0 new IS
casing and wellhead, subsea systems, offshore platforms and pipelines to the surface facilities, including pumps, ards O
own fo ry
compressors, heat exchangers, valves, piping, etc. These are suitable for E&P, refineries, and petrochemical plants. bene our
fit!
These standards will ensure sustainability to the oil and gas industry by providing a means to:
carry out business efficiently and cost effectively;
enhance technical integrity, thereby assuring no harm to 30 KEY ITEMS FOR ISO/TC67
people, assets or the environment; and
transfer knowledge and share best practice.
These standards have been developed by, and are being recognized and used
in, the 50 member countries of ISO/TC 67. The oil and gas industry spends SUBSURFACE
- ISO 10432 SSSV
at least USD 25 billion per year on procurement of materials and equipment - ISO 11960 Casing & tubing
covered by ISO standards. Applying common standards saves money in the long - ISO 11961 Drillpipe
- ISO 10426 Well cements 10 billion
haul; saving as little as 1% can save the industry USD 250 million per year. As - ISO 13500 Drilling fluids
a global industry trading in international markets - and
with international contractors, suppliers and customers,
SUBSEA SYSTEMS
operating in a multitude of different regulatory frameworks - ISO 13628-1 Subsea systems
- the oil and gas industry deserves International - ISO 13628-2 Flexible pipe
- ISO 13628-4 Subsea wellhead & christmas trees
Standards that are relevant to a global market. - ISO 13628-6 Subsea production controls
- ISO 13628-8 ROV
Cost/benefit - ISO 13628-9 ROT
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