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Kazan - Sept 2009 Neftegazstandart-2009 Kazan 9 September 2009 Trends/drivers in international standards for equipment for the oil and gas sector Neil Reeve Chair ISO/TC67, and OGP Standards Committee
Kazan - Sept 2009 Introduction and purpose This presentation sets out to explain the following: Description of ISO/TC67 OGP standards position Oil companies use external standards Changes: in market, ISO/TC67, and other Standards Developing Organizations Way forward
Kazan - Sept 2009 WG8 Materials, welding, etc. ISO TC67 organisation and secretariat (flag) Re-established in 1989 with ANSI/API holding secretariat Member countries: 32 participating, 28 observing Involves more than 1,500 engineers around the globe Annual plenary meeting, next in Canada, 1-2 October 2009 Management Committee meets three times per year Published standards: 139 Current work programme: 71 standards (new + revisions) Handover to NEN in Oct 09
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Mission: To create value-added standards for the oil and natural gas industryVision: Global standards used locally worldwideGoals: –Prepare standards required by this industry –Prepare standards that could be adopted worldwide by bodies such as API and CEN –Publish standards that enable companies to minimize their specifications –Deliver standards to the target dates on the agreed work programme ISO/TC 67 statements
Kazan - Sept 2009 ISO TC67 has published 135+ standards. API has adopted 65+ of these as joint API / ISO standards. CEN has adopted 115+ of these as joint European EN ISO standards. China, Gulf Region, India, Kazakhstan etc. have also adopted many of these ISO standards. Follow these industry standards
Kazan - Sept 2009 ISO/TC 67 accomplishments: Cumulative number of documents published Note: excluding “fasttrack”ISOs
Kazan - Sept 2009 OGP position on standards OGP strongly supports the internationalisation of key standards. OGP’s position on standards includes: Promote development and use of ISO and IEC International Standards. Ensure standards are simple and fit for purpose. Use International Standards without modification wherever possible. Available resources should be used efficiently, avoiding duplication of effort. Company specifications should be minimised. Promote “users” on stardards work groups. The adoption of this approach is expected to minimise barriers to trade, enable more efficient worldwide operations, and improve the technical integrity of equipment, materials, and offshore structures used by the Petroleum, Petrochemical and Natural Gas Industries. For full position, see OGP report No. 381, April 2007, 3rd edition.The adoption of this approach is expected to minimise barriers to trade, enable more efficient worldwide operations, and improve the technical integrity of equipment, materials, and offshore structures used by the Petroleum, Petrochemical and Natural Gas Industries. For full position, see OGP report No. 381, April 2007, 3rd edition. The adoption of this approach is expected to minimise barriers to trade, enable more efficient worldwide operations, and improve the technical integrity of equipment, materials, and offshore structures used by the petroleum, petrochemical and natural gas industries. For full position, see International Association of Oil & Gas Producers, (OGP) report No. 381, April 2007.
Kazan - Sept 2009 Local Operating Company responsibility Shell Group Common Base. Central organization responsibility Increased resources for critical standards Business justification to deviate External External Standards DEP Project Variation Company Variation Management control Knowledge feedback Example: Shell Transparent Standards Structure DEP – Design and Engineering Practice Company Variation – EGGS in USA; ESTGs in Canada; ERDs in Oman etc
Kazan - Sept 2009 Changes in Market Essentials remain the same, but… World financial climate Increasing globalisation of markets (import/export) Downsizing/sharpening projects Increasing need for good, up to date, globally relevant technical standards Towards: “1 standard, 1 test, accepted everywhere”
Kazan - Sept 2009 Total Cost of Ownership
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Change in ISO/TC67 Secretariat ANSI/API (USA) have decided to relinquish the Secretariat of ISO/TC67 after 20 years service ISO have allocated this Secretariat to NEN (the Netherlands) – July 2009 Effective after ISO/TC67 plenary meeting in October 2009 Expected: Neil Reeve – Chair (Shell) Harold Pauwels – Secretary (NEN)
Kazan - Sept 2009 Changes in ISO/TC67 New Secretariat New Work Group 8 on Materials (Brazil) New Work Group 10 on LNG (Japan) Steadily increasing membership (new: Bahrain, Belgium, Iran, Kazakhstan and Sweden) Steadily increasing participation (Brazil, China, Russian Federation) More than half the portfolio has been revised at least once or is in revision
Kazan - Sept 2009 Members of ISO/TC Participating (P) Members: Argentina, Bahrain, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Denmark, Finland, France, Germany, Indonesia, Iran, Italy, Japan, Kazakhstan, Korea, Libya, Mexico, Netherlands, Nigeria, Norway, Portugal, Qatar, Romania, Russian Federation, South Africa, Spain, Sweden, Ukraine, United Kingdom, USA, Venezuela 28 Observer (O) Members: Australia, Austria, Azerbaijan, Bulgaria, Colombia, Croatia, Cuba, Czech Republic, Ecuador, Egypt, Hong Kong, Hungary, India, Ireland, Malaysia, Moldova, Mongolia, Oman, Poland, Saudi Arabia, Serbia, Singapore, Slovakia, Switzerland, Thailand, Trinidad and Tobago, Turkey, Viet Nam
Kazan - Sept 2009 Changes in other Standards Developing Organizations Strong position of ISO, IEC Continuous performance of ISO/TC28 and 193, and range of other ISO and IEC TCs Continually growing CEN/CENELEC, but many based on ISO/IEC standards New Russian Federation TK23 EASC Growing Gulf Standards Organization Continuing performance of US Standards Developing Organizations
Kazan - Sept 2009 Growth of CEN European Standards Cumulative number of published CEN standards
Kazan - Sept 2009 MORE THAN 200 MILLION CARS IN EUROPE RUN ON EUROPEAN STANDARDS!
Kazan - Sept 2009 Companies Industry RecognisedRecognised RecognisedRecognised CONTRACTORSSUPPLIERS APIEEMUA EIASME National ANSIBSI Regional CEN / CENELEC International ISO / IEC Vienna Agreement OPERATORS OGP Other European Russia, China Brazil, etc. LiaisonLiaison Standardization Bodies - Relationships
Kazan - Sept 2009 Conclusion and way forward ISO/TC67 has a solid portfolio of standards for equipment for our industry. Other international standards committees, also. They are developed by experts from oil companies, manufacturers, certification bodies and regulators from all over the world. Increasingly, they are used by companies and accepted by regulators around the world. “For cooperation, not competition”. The increasing Russian Federation presence is welcomed.
Kazan - Sept 2009 ISO/TC 67 Vision Global Standards Used Locally Worldwide
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