Presentation on theme: "Status report for revision of API 17F (ISO 13628-6) API Winter 2013."— Presentation transcript:
Status report for revision of API 17F (ISO ) API Winter 2013
2 Status Draft document was balloted by API – ballot closing on 1st October Ballot passed with 15 affirmative and 2 negative votes. – Total of 473 comments, (editorial ~ 200), – draft did not include latest SISS group comments. comments addressed, – reviewing with negative voters to reach agreement. Plan to circulate updated document or submit for re-ballot.
Milestones Milestone TargetsCompletion Date API Ballot closedOctober 2012 Draft updatedDecember 2012 Circulate comments or re-ballot1Q 2013 Planned publication2Q 2013
4 ISO task group participants Project leader Roald Loug Hansen, StatoilHydro, Norway, Members Paul Thomas, Aker Solutions, UK, Bruce Scott, Halliburton,, Christopher Curran, BP, USA, Frederico Nicoletti, Subsea 7, Brazil, Gerhard Wilche, Cameron, Germany, Ian Kent, GE, UK, Jesper Jacobsen, Dong Energy, Denmark, John Bodine, Chevron, USA, Ken Ellis, SES,, Mike Theobald, Maersk Oil, Denmark, Stefan Knepper, Cameron, Germany, Svein Lilleland, FMC, Norway, Sverre Corneliussen, FMC, Norway, Trond Bertmand, StatoilHydro, Norway, Werner Menz, Cameron, Germany, David Saul, BP, UK, Jens-Henrik Neuenkirchen, StatoilHydro, Norway,
5 API 17F working group – Christopher Curran, BP – Brian Skeels, FMC – David Lansbury, FMC – Jay Hursh, Aker Solutions – John Allen, Worley Parsons – John Simon, Shell – Mike Brashear, Chevron – Lee Mitchell, Chevron – Richard Barratt, GE Vetco – Brant Caton, BP – Jim Metzinger, Technip – Butch Taggart, Murphy – Al Williams, Dril-Quip – Don Ogwude, CSI – Jose D Baca ExxonMobil – Lon Ngo, Dril-Quip – Mark Marsalis, Dril-Quip – Ryan Chladek, ExxonMobil