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1 1 Member Orientation June 2012 San Francisco, CA ASTM International Committee D02 on Petroleum Products and Lubricants

2 2 Presentation Provide an overview of ASTM International Introduce ASTMs standardization concepts Introduce Committee D02 Membership Overview of standards development process Increase your awareness of and participation in D02 Answer questions

3 3 About ASTM International Organized in 1898 Independent, private sector, not-for-profit Provides a global forum for the development of voluntary, consensus standards and promotion of related knowledge

4 4 About ASTM International Headquarters near Philadelphia Staff of approx. 170 Offices in: Washington, DC Mexico City, Mexico Beijing, China (China Standards and Conformity Assessment office)

5 5 ASTMs Product Include Over 12,000 standards published annually Related publications Related training and laboratory cross-check testing programs

6 6 ASTM Certification Programs ASTM Board authorized management to develop capability to offer certification services Product as well as Personnel Certification Industry supported programs ASTM does not permit its trademark to be used in manner that suggest its has approved any product, equipment or service other than Certification Program

7 7 ASTM Standards are International ASTM standards are used around the world and developed by technical experts from around the world Argentina 50 countries Zambia

8 8 ASTM Standards are International ASTM complies with the principles identified in the World Trade Organizations, Technical Barriers to Trade Agreement, document G/TBT/1/REV 8 Section IX. Transparency Relevance Openness Coherency Impartiality and consensus Consideration of the concerns of developing countries

9 138 Technical Committees Serve Multiple Sectors A. Ferrous Metals B. Non Ferrous Metals C. Concrete, Ceramics D. Miscellaneous Materials – Water, Textiles, Plastics, Air Quality, D02 Petroleum and Lubricants, etc. E. Miscellaneous Subjects – Fire Standards, Forensics, Healthcare, etc. F. Materials for Specific Applications – Consumer Products, Medical Devices, Tires, etc. G. Corrosion of Materials

10 10 The ASTM Structure 30,000+ Members 128 countries represented 90 industry sectors represented 2,200+ Subcommittees Thousands of task groups

11 Organization ASTM Board of Directors Board Committees Committee on Technical Committee Operations Regulations Committee on Standards Form & Style, Due Process Committee on Publications ASTM Technical Committees (i.e., D02 ) Subcommittees (i.e.: D02.A0 on Motor Gasoline) Sections / Task Groups

12 12 ASTM Standardization Concepts

13 13 ASTM Standardization Concept A decentralized system ASTMs technical committees make the decisions ASTM provides an open forum and an administrative framework

14 14 ASTM Standardization Concept The system is open Fair - Anyone may speak and participate (Voting members must participate) Methodical Rigorous process with checks and balances

15 15 ASTM Standardization Concept Partnership of the public and private sector Marketplace orientation Reflects changes in technology ASTMs standards are voluntary Standards are only mandatory when cited in regulation or called out in a contract

16 16 What is a Standard? As used in ASTM, a document developed and established within the consensus principles of the organization and which meets the requirements of ASTM procedures and regulations. Full consensus standards developed with participation of all parties who have a stake in the standards development and/or use.

17 Standards ASTM uses term standard as adjective to describe following types of standards: Specifications Test Methods Practices Guides Classifications Terminology

18 18 Introduction to ASTM Committee D02 on Petroleum Products and Lubricants

19 19 Committee D02 Largest ASTM Committee, organized in 1904 Includes over 2,300 members from more than 60 countries Developer of over 775 petroleum standards that have helped to provide heat for homes, fuel for automobiles and airplanes, and lubricants for machinery Sponsor of numerous technical publications, laboratory quality assurance programs and technical and professional training courses, workshops, and symposia.

20 20 Committee D02 Scope Products derived from petroleum, coal, shale, tar sands, such as Liquid fuels,.... Liquid and semi-solid lubricants.... Hydraulic fluids.... Petroleum Coke.... Gasous fuels.... Waxes.... With exclusions for topics covered by other committees, such as paving, hydrogen and test cells Bylaws Article 2:

21 Standards Support Technical Papers Symposiums Books Interlaboratory Cross Check Testing Programs Manuals Adjuncts Data Series Research Reports Training Programs Journal

22 22 D02 Committee Structure MAIN Committee D02 on Petroleum Products and Lubricants Subcommittee.93 Quality Assurance and Statistics Sections / Task Groups … Sections / Task Groups … Subcommittee.J Aviation Fuels Subcommittee.08 Volatility Subcommittee.03 Elemental Analysis Subcommittee.90 Executive Many subcommittees and sections / task groups

23 Committee Structure Executive Subcommittee, designation 90 Committee Management 12 Product Subcommittees, letter designation Specifications Performance Testing 13 Property Subcommittees, number designation Test Methods for Property Measurement 6 Coordinating Subcommittees, 91 up designation Cross Subcommitte Support

24 Executive Subcommittee Membership All Subcommittee Chairmen & Committee Officers At Large Members, minimum 6 Responsibilities SC Formation & dissolution SC Scopes & objectives Appoint Subcommittee Officers Reviews Main committee membership Committee bylaws & long range planning Awards panel

25 25 Product Subcommittees.A Gasoline and Oxygenated Fuels.B Automotive Lubricants.C Turbine Fuels.D Hydrocarbons for Chemical and Special Uses.E Burner, Diesel, Non-Aviation Gas Turbine and Marine Fuels.F Manufactured Carbon and Graphite Products.G Lubricating Greases.H Liquified Petroleum Gases.J Aviation Fuels.L Industrial Lubricants.N Hydraulic Fluids.P Recycled Products 12 Product subcommittees Specifications Performance Testing

26 26 Properties Subcommittees.01 Combustion Characteristics.02 Hydrocarbon Measurement for Custody Transfer (Joint ASTM/API).03 Elemental Analysis.04 Hydrocarbon Analysis.05 Properties of Fuels, Petroleum Coke and Carbon Materials.06 Analysis of Lubricants.07 Flow Properties.08 Volatility.09 Oxidation of Lubricants.10 Properties of Petroleum Wax.12 Environmental Standards for Lubricants.14 Stability and Cleanliness of Liquid Fuels.25 Performance Assessment and Validation of Process Stream Analyzer Systems 13 Properties Subcommittees Test Methods for Properties Measurements

27 27 Coordinating Subcommittees.91 Thermometry.92 Interlaboratory Crosscheck Programs.93 International Standards and Related Activities.94 Quality Assurance and Statistics.95 Terminology.96 In-Service Lubricant Testing and Condition Monitoring Services 6 Coordinating Subcommittees

28 Membership Committee and Subcommittees

29 Opportunities Vote on Ballots Attend meetings Contribute to Methodology Participate in Precision Studies Participate as a leader in the development process Access to Website Rosters, agendas, minutes Subcommittee Membership ASTM membership is required

30 Organization Benefits Surveillance of Method Development Exposure to New Techniques Permits Comparison of Results Customer Interaction Enhance Image Participate in Development of International Standards

31 Individual Benefits Informal Exchange of Ideas Develop & Demonstrate: Leadership, Technical, Organizational, Presentation, Negotiating Skills Enhance Knowledge of Technical Issues Establish a Global Network Make New Friends

32 Member Application Process Committee Membership Application (ASTM website): Contact information Committees / subcommittees you wish to join Complete and submit to ASTM with ASTM member fee (if not already an ASTM member) ASTM Headquarters: Assigns member number Provides access to members area of web site Advises committee secretaries of request to join Committee assigns: Classification if product committee Voting status

33 Member Classifications Producer A member representing an organization that produces or sells materials, products, systems or services User A member representing an organization that purchases or uses the materials, products, systems or services other than for household use Consumer A member who primarily purchases, or represents those who purchase, products and services for household use General Interest A member who cannot be categorized as a producer, user or consumer

34 Subcommittee Membership Standards development and maintenance responsibility in a topical area Conducts electronic ballot review of its product Adjudicates negatives and comments received on ballots Delegates standards development to smaller working groups Oversees Task Group Operations

35 Work Groups Naming conventions are SC dependent Sections Usually a long standing working group dealing with a topical area with in the SC scope Panels Working group with specific STM support responsibility Task Group, Study Group, etc Small working group who develop, write, conduct precision studies on new or current methods, specifications, etc. These working groups may report to another work group, to a SC, or to the Committee, depending who created

36 Work Group Membership Membership Anyone interested in the task is encouraged to participate ASTM membership is not required, but preferred Writes Standard, or conducts a special project Revise or update a current standard Conducts Interlaboratory study, if appropriate Writes research report if appropriate Research reports are required to support a change in precision

37 Voting Status Official Voting Members One per voting interest Other members of same interest can be Unofficial Voting Members Unofficial Voting Members Do not vote in ballot adjudication All Members Have access to all ballots and supporting materials Can Participate in standards development process

38 38 Voting Balance A balance of voting interests exists (Main & Subcommittees) Applies to Official Voting Members General Interest + Users + Consumers > Producers Producers Users Consumers General Interests Voting Limits number of voting producer interests Does not limit participation Unofficial voting members do not count in balance

39 Membership Balance Committee D02 Balance required Product Subcommittees Balance required Property Subcommittees Balance optional Coordinating Subcommittees Balance optional

40 Ballot Guidelines New Standards / Revisions Electronic ballot to all SC members Concurrent with Main Committee If it is not the first ballot on the topic Rationale cover letter is required Reapproval Standard Unanimous voice vote in SC meeting Sent to Main Committee Ballot

41 Ballot Foundation All ballots are electronic – posted to Committee D02 Members Only webpage Must allow a minimum of 30 days for response All negative votes require a written explanation to be considered Substantive changes made in response to comments require reballoting (Scopes and Precision sensitive to change)

42 ASTM Balloting Process SECTION / TASK GROUP SUBCOMMITTEE 60% Return 2/3 Approval SOCIETY & MAIN COMMITTEE D02 60% Return 90% Approval COMMITTEE ON STANDARDS The ASTM standards development process is driven from the bottom up, by the technical experts. In the balloting process extensive consideration is given to negative votes. Standards are not approved until all negatives are resolved.

43 Ballot Response Affirmative Affirmative with comment Negative Must have written reason! Preferably not editorially based Abstention Abstention with comment

44 Resolving Negatives Withdrawn by voter Withdrawn with Editorial change – D02 Editor approval required Not related (2/3 hand count required – voting members). Must become a new business item Not Persuasive (2/3 hand count required) SC must supply reasoning for motion in ajudication documentation

45 Appeal of Not Persuasive Negative voter options on Main Committee Ballots If not persuasive, voter may request a confirming ballot on his/her Main Committee negative vote Must be within 30 day of receiving notification of vote Electronic ballot conducted to sponsoring subcommittee No comments on ballot (yes, no, or abstain vote) Appeal to COS Response based on basis of Due Process, not technical

46 Not Persuasive Negatives Negatives determined Not Persuasive on Subcommittee Ballots attached to ballot item for rest of approval process, includes Copy of negative Copy of subcommittee response Vote count totals Committee on Standards (COS) Reviews all Not Persuasive ballot actions on Main Committee/Society Ballots for due process. No technical issues considered

47 Ballot Comments All comments must be considered Options Editorial changes Cannot be substantive. If in doubt consult with editorial staff New work item Not related to ballot item

48 Ballot Not Required Editorial changes Correct typographical errors Correct editorial style Change non-technical information Reduce amgibuity

49 Ballot Required Substantive Specification limits Changes to Procedure Equipment Precision statement Scope Significance & Use Any other significant change Summary of Change Section addition Contents change automatically when changes are balloted

50 50 Committee Meetings (Future Meetings Schedule available in ASTM Registration Area Committee D02 (and its related subcommittees) meets twice annually June and December (Sunday pm – Thursday) 8 am – 5 pm with special topics before and after Up to 15 groups meet simultaneously Typical attendance is International attendance Many subcommittees/ task groups use virtual meetings

51 51 Committee Meetings SC Advisory SECTION/TASK GROUP SUBCOMMITTEE D02 COMMITTEE Reports from SCs Vote on Negatives Plan for week; disseminate ExSC information Technical, working group Reports from Sections; Vote on Negatives to recommend action for D02 Monday Thurs ExSC meets Sunday – Management details

52 52 ASTM Proxy Proxy: Votes for a voting member at Subcommittee or Main meeting Voting member: Contacts the proxy Completes form in its entirety and SIGNS it Sends form to the Chairman prior to action Separate form required for each individual meeting Proxy: Ensures Chairman holds a copy Cannot hold more than one proxy at a meeting NO SOLICITATION!

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54 ASTM Enhanced Services Streamlined Balloting Process Virtual meetings Electronic Standards Development NEW - MyASTM – My Meeting Materials This program compiles a zip file with agendas, minutes, ballot items, closing reports and schedules posted to ASTM website for your specific upcoming meetings.

55 ASTM Web Site Minutes (in pdf files) Committee Subcommittee Roster Change address Except Affiliation Group membership

56 Publications – On ASTM Web Site Facts for Members (D02 History / Bylaws) Regulations Governing ASTM Technical Committees Form & Style Guide for ASTM Standards ASTM Technical Committee Officers' Handbook

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64 QUESTIONS ! Thank You For Attending. If you have questions during the week please see any ASTM staff or Committee or Subcommittee Officers. Invitation to attend other D02 workshops during the week

65 65 D02 Training / Workshop / Symposium at June Meeting Workshop: D02 Member Orientation Wednesday, 7:00am - 8:00am Room: Continental Ballroom 2/3 Workshop: The ASTM Interlaboratory Study Program Monday, 12:00noon – 1:00pm Room: Plaza A Workshop: (D02.N) Energy Efficient Hydraulic Fluids Monday, 8:00am – 6:00pm (must register in ASTM Registration area to attend ) Room: Imperial B Workshop: Training on ASTM Online Tools Tuesday, 7:00am – 8:00am Room: Continental Ballroom 8 Workshop: Transitioning From Mercury Thermometers to Alternative Thermometers, sponsored by ASTM Committee E20 Tuesday, 3:00pm Room: Continental Ballroom 2/3 Symposium: (D02.96) Viscosity and Rheology of In-Service Fluids as they Pertain to Condition Monitoring Wednesday, 8:00am – 5:00pm (must register in ASTM Registration area to attend ) Room: Continental Ballroom 6

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