Presentation on theme: "Welcome to the Subcommittee on Instrumentation and Control Systems (SOICS) API SPRING MEETING April 23 – 25 th, 2012 DALLAS, TEXAS Chair: Michael J. Corbo."— Presentation transcript:
Welcome to the Subcommittee on Instrumentation and Control Systems (SOICS) API SPRING MEETING April 23 – 25 th, 2012 DALLAS, TEXAS Chair: Michael J. Corbo - ExxonMobil Vice Chair: Mike W. Kelsheimer - Marathon Petroleum Company LP
SOICS Spring Mtg Agenda Monday, April 23, 2012 (Room: Shawnee Trail Room 262 3 rd Flr) INTRODUCTIONS / SIGN-IN / Motion to Approve Fall 2011 Minutes. FEEDBACK FROM CRE UPDATE ON SOICS STANDARDS / OTHER INDUSTRY STANDARDS RP557 GROUP DISCUSSION – ADVANCED CONTROL (B. Zerda) RP554 GROUP DISCUSSION (Part 1) – CONT. SYSTEMS (G. Hawkins) SOICS ROUNDTABLE – (Bill Mohr) LUNCH SPECIAL TOPIC - INTRODUCTION TO PERD – RELIABILITY DATA Gene Meyer – Dow Chemical SPECIAL TOPIC – API 2350 Tank Overfill Protection - Whats Ahead Philip Myers - (API 2350 Chair)
SOICS Spring Mtg Agenda Tuesday, April 24, 2012 TASK GROUP BREAKOUT SESSIONS: RP551 Process Measurement - Ballot Comment Reconciliation (Room: 262 Shawnee Trail) RP555 Process Analyzers - Ballot Comment Reconciliation - Audio / Live Meeting for this Session (Room: Baker) Wednesday, April 25, 2012 (Room: 359 McCommas Bluff) TASK GROUP BREAKOUT SESSIONS: RP552 Transmission - Continue Working Update - Goal – 4Q12 Ballot CRE Closeout – 11:30 AM SOICS Chairman Report out
CRE Highlights First, the GOOD NEWS!!! Right now, all SOICS owned RPs are Up to Date, and on a planned Maintenance Track. GREAT WORK!!! There are NO open or outstanding User Request For Interpretation (RFIs) on any of our 7 responsible RPs. Our SOICS RPs continue to be in Demand. (as youll see on upcoming Slide) CRE News - Seeing more and more Subcommittee Interactions on RP/Standards maintenance than in the past. Need to ensure Subcommittee Interaction occur early – to avoid surprises at the Ballot Stage. API Responsible for about 180 Standards (CRE- 160, PSM – 5, and Fire/PRV – 12) API creating a Master database to manage RP/Standards maintenance and User company preferences on Priorities. Expect it to be ready by Fall, 2012.
CRE Highlights Now, the BAD NEWS!!! CRE News - API – ISO Standards Co-branding Fast Track Initiative has reach a legal deadlock between the 2 Organizations over: Ownership of Intellectual Properties of Standards Potential ISO Release to sanctioned Countries (Iran, Korea, etc.) For now, API will continue On as normal. All Subcommittees are experiencing an API editing/publication slow down. API claims attributed to Requesting Permission to use 3 rd Party Info. Doug Smith Letter to APIs David Miller about S84 usage in API RP / Standards (RAGAGEP - Reasonable and generally good engineering practices) SOICS Voting Could be Improved. Last 2 SOICS Ballots RP551 & RP555: SOICS Voting Could be Improved. Last 2 SOICS Ballots RP551 & RP555: Per Ballot - 6 out of 16 eligible did not Vote (˜40%), but submitted comments. Reminder on API rules on Ballots: Reminder on API rules on Ballots: All API members assigned voting status are expected to Vote, or find an alternate to cast your Companys vote. Each API recognized Company gets 1 vote.
CRE Highlights API Voting Criteria: Per APIs 2011 Standards Procedures Section 7.1.2 – Consensus: API develops industry standards on the basis of consensus. Consensus is established when substantial agreement has been reached by directly and materially affected interests. Substantial agreement means more than a simple majority but not necessarily unanimity. Consensus requires that all views and objections be considered, and that an effort be made toward their resolution. For purposes of these Procedures, consensus shall be defined as a majority of those eligible to vote, shall have voted, and approval by at least two-thirds of those voting. Per APIs CRE Policy and Procedures Section 4.5 Removal from Membership/Voting: Members of the CRE and any subordinate group may be removed from membership by the CRE chair, in consultation with the subgroup chair, for failure to attend regular meetings, failure to return ballots, or failure to otherwise contribute to the work of the committee or subcommittee for two years or longer. When any one or a combination of these factors is observed, the CRE staff will notify the nominating company that the member will be removed. If the company desires to continue to be represented, a new member may be nominated.
SOICS RP Progress SOICS RP Progress API Recommended Practice Title Task Group Chair Current Status Progress Year Due for Affirmation or Updating Copies SOLD or (Internet Hits) SOICS 2011 2010 RP 551 Field Instrumentation R. Von Brecht PASSED – Moves to Ballot Reconciliation (219 comments) 2012 33 16 RP 552 Transmission Systems G. Hawkins Updating Hoping 2012 ballot 2012 132 RP 553 Refinery Valves for Control and Safety Instrumented Systems M. Corbo In API Editing for Publication 2012 125 RP 554 Control Systems Parts 1, 2, 3 Active / Part 1 Up for Maintenance Part 1 – 2012 Part 2 – 2013 Part 3 – 2013 19 17 12 11 5 4 RP 555 Process Analyzers W. Cohen PASSED - Moves to Ballot Reconciliation (43 Comments) 2012 13 7 RP 556 Instrumentation and Controls for Fired Heaters Active 2016 42 (12 Old) 13 RP 557 Advanced Controls Active / Up for Maintenance 2012 2 3
Other Ind. Standards Other Ind. Standards Standard Title Task Group Chair Current Status Progress Year Due for Affirmation or Updating YE2011 Copies SOLD or (Internet Hits) OTHERS RP 538 Industrial Boilers SCHT Ballot Reconciliation New RP API 670 Machinery Protection SCME Ballot Reconciliation IEC 61508 E/E/PES Related Systems IEC Update Published in 2010 2015 IEC 61511 SIS for Process Industry Sector IEC Upcoming Ballot in 4Q 2012 IEC DRAFT available for Comment ISA TR84.01 Classification of Instrumented Safety Functions ISANew Ballot ISA TR84.02 Safety Instrumented System Calculations ISA 4Q12
Other Ind. Standards Other Ind. Standards Standard Title Task Group Chair Current Status Progress Year Due for Affirmation or Updating YE2011 Copies SOLD or (Internet Hits) ISA TR84.03 Mechanical Integrity of Safety Instrumented Systems ISAApproved 3/12 ISA TR84.04 Guidelines on Implementing S84/IEC61511 ISA Ballot – 4Q12 ISA TR84.08 Safety Wireless ISASlow – 4Q12 ISA TR84.09 Safety Security ISA Planned Ballot in 2Q/3Q 2012 ISA TR84.10 Safety Critical Alarms ISA Getting Started NFPA 85 BoilersNFPA Updated Published
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