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1Energy Institute Update Petro2013Energy Institute UpdatePhil RugenShell Global SolutionsEI Aviation Fuel Filtration Committee Chairman
2What is the EI? Petro2013 Learned society promoting sound science Registered charityNot for profit organisation, incorporated in the UK by Royal CharterCelebrating 100th Birthday in 2014
3What does the EI produce? Petro2013What does the EI produce?Minimum RequirementsGoodPracticeBestFactors of Safety/RedundancyNumber of Risk Mitigation MeasuresOur deliverables can be any of these – filtration specifications are minimum requirements, most other titles are good practice – this is the same as ‘recommended practice’ which is used in the US. For some topics – particularly environmental protection materials we are required to publish best practice.
4References 14 existing EI publications Petro2013Greater international visibility – ICAO Manual on civil jet fuel supply (Doc 9977)References 14 existing EI publicationsAlso references 1 in preparation – driving need for timely delivery of EI/JIG 1530 Standard for aviation fuel quality upstream of airportsProvides renewed focus for EI on maintenance of publicationsEI commitment to ICAO to implement a robust communication plan encouraging uptake of Doc 9977 by all organizations handling jet fuel upstream of airports
5Involvement with API Pre-1999 2000-2010 Post 1 July 2010 Petro2013 Institute of PetroleumAmerican Petroleum InstituteAirports Safety CodeMonitorsMicrofilters1529154215811584Companies commenting via two processes with different perspectivesEnergy Institute (IP pre-‘03)American Petroleum Institute15 jointly-published titles - filtration, hoses, pit valves & couplers, hydrants, marking, missfuelling, coatingsUS and International perspectives consolidated in one processPost 1 July 2010Energy InstitutePortfolio of 26 EI-branded titlesUS and International perspectives consolidated in one process
7Aviation Committee – Michel Campos (Air TOTAL) Petro2013Aviation Committee – Michel Campos (Air TOTAL)1540 facilitiesResearch ReportsBondingConductivityAirBPAir TOTALAirlines For AmericaAviation Fuel ServicesChevronExxonMobil AviationInt. Air Transport AssociationJoint Inspection GroupKuwait AviationPhillips66Shell AviationWorld Fuel ServicesFiltration Phil Rugen(Shell)Equipment Nic Mason(Kuwait)Hydrants John Buxton(Kuwait)OperationsJohn Rhode(BP)SensorsMichel Campos(TOTAL)Fuel QualityAnja Heckert(Shell)These 23 publications make up the EI’s aviation fuel handling portfolioThe 6 titles in bold are those which have been published in Three of those are new editions, and the other three first editions.1550 handbook1581/82 FWS1583 Monitors1590 microfilters1596 vessels1599 dirt defence1529 hoses1584 couplers, pit valves1560 hydrant operation1585 cleaning1594 pressure testing (water)1541 coatings1542 ID1597 preventing missfuellingHM20 Meter proving1570 handbook1598 into-plane cleanliness sensors1530 upstream fuel qualityMulti-product pipeline –additive acceptance criteria
8EI aviation fuel handling publications issued in 2013 - upstream Petro2013EI aviation fuel handling publications issued in upstreamEI/JIG Standard 1530 Quality assurance requirements for the manufacture, storage and distribution of aviation fuels to airports, 1st edition, October 2013EI Research Report: A qualitative assessment of electrostatic risks in jet fuel handling and distribution, August 2013So starting with a couple of topics relating to fuel quality – both of which apply upstream of airports.The key deliverable this year has been the publication of EI/JIG Standard 1530
9Petro2013 the new standard 1530 has now been published. The formal press launch will be held in London on 14 November – you are all welcome to attend
10Petro2013EI/JIG Standard 1530 Quality assurance requirements for the manufacture, storage and distribution of aviation fuels to airportsCulmination of c450 days of industry drafting resources (inc 21 meetings of working group, totalling 40 days, since April 2011)Free electronic access to 1530 has been offered to ICAO (for all Member States)Any company that handles aviation fuels or synthetic aviation fuel components is encouraged to review the requirements and recommendations1530 includes Annex M ‘Implementing EI/JIG 1530 and how to claim conformance’Perhaps worth highlighting that the content has taken c450 days of drafting resources(9 working group members x 40 days in meetings = 360.WG member drafting time outside of meetings = c50 days54 people provided feedback, say at least one day each to review and submit comments = 54)
11Petro2013The Standard recognises the concept of ‘Alternative Means of Conformance’ with 1530 requirements and provides definition of the process to be followedThe working group is developing a gap assessment tool/checklist to facilitate self-assessment of conformance (against the mandatory requirements)
12Petro2013EI Research Report EI Research Report: A qualitative assessment of electrostatic risks in jet fuel handling and distribution, August 2013Detailed study contracted to Shell Global Solutions, with input from Dr Harold Walmsley, Dr Stephen Hall and conductivity additive suppliers. Draft circulated in 2012 for peer review.Findings presented to UK MoD Aviation Fuels Committee, March 2013, IATA Technical Fuel Forum, May 2013 and Coordinating Research Council, May 2013Offers a scientific explanation for the lack of ignition incidents in regions that do not mandate the use of SDA – either insufficient energy in brush discharges, insufficient flammable vapour, or bothEither insufficient energy in spark discharges, insufficient flammable vapour, or bothProposal has been made to the Defence Standard Executive Committee for the addition of SDA to be optional
13EI aviation fuel handling publications issued in 2013 – on airport Petro2013EI aviation fuel handling publications issued in 2013 – on airportEI 1560 Recommended practice for the operation, inspection, maintenance and commissioning of aviation fuel hydrant systems and hydrant system extensions, 1st edition, February 2013EI 1585 Guidance in the cleaning of aviation fuel hydrant systems, 3rd edition, July 2013EI 1596 Design and construction of aviation fuel filter vessels, 2nd edition, April 2013EI HM 20 Proving of aviation fuelling positive displacement meters, 2nd edition, October 2013
14Is sole depository for EI guidance on hydrant commissioning Petro2013EI 1560 Recommended practice for the operation, inspection, maintenance and commissioning of aviation fuel hydrant systems and hydrant system extensions, 1st edition, February 2013Comprehensive new resource intended for all hydrant operators (in particular)Aligned with inspection requirements included in JIG 2 Issue 11 (desire to maintain alignment)Includes model ‘task cards’ for specific items – aimed more for locations that have little IOC oversightIs sole depository for EI guidance on hydrant commissioning
15New edition incorporates latest perspectives on cleaning Petro2013EI 1585 Guidance in the cleaning of aviation fuel hydrant systems, 3rd edition, July 2013New edition incorporates latest perspectives on cleaningRecommendations for commissioning moved to 1560 and for hydrant design moved to 1540In future likely to be incorporated as part of EI 1560
16EI 1596 Design and construction of aviation fuel filter vessels, Petro2013EI 1596 Design and construction of aviation fuel filter vessels,2nd edition, April 2013Provides mechanical specifications for vessels for use as FWS, filter monitors or microfilter systemsClarifies: internal epoxy coating requirements (ref to EI 1541); that it is not acceptable for work platforms to be welded or physically attached to vessels; that a specially installed clean-out connection is not required for vessels with an interior diameter of less than 71 cm (28 in.)Includes option of an automated device to ensure a pre-set dp is not exceeded in service, e.g. proximity sensor, electronic switch, pressure switch, or high point tracker (peak hold reading)
17Petro2013EI 1596 continuedKey addition is introduction of standardised templates for vessel data plates and operational data platesPrinted copies of data plates (and 1582 similarity sheets) to be provided to assist record keeping by operatorsIt is recommended that operators specify EI nd edition for any new filter vessels
18Particular thanks to Sean Condon for technical input. Petro2013EI HM 20 Proving of aviation fuelling positive displacement meters, 2nd edition, October 2013Provides industry-agreed procedures for use of reference meter or volumetric tank for proving of positive displacement aviation meters2nd edition incorporates significant updates, including proving of flow meters with electronic registers/heads, low flow overwing meter calibration, cleaning requirements for reference devices that have been used with products other than aviation turbine fuel.Particular thanks to Sean Condon for technical input.
19Aviation Committee – Michel Campos (Air TOTAL) Petro2013Aviation Committee – Michel Campos (Air TOTAL)1540 facilitiesResearch ReportsBondingConductivityAirBPAir TOTALAirlines For AmericaAviation Fuel ServicesChevronExxonMobil AviationInt. Air Transport AssociationJoint Inspection GroupKuwait AviationPhillips66Shell AviationWorld Fuel ServicesFiltration Phil Rugen(Shell)Equipment Nic Mason(Kuwait)Hydrants John Buxton(Kuwait)OperationsJohn Rhode(BP)SensorsMichel Campos(TOTAL)Fuel QualityAnja Heckert(Shell)Moving on to some of our current work areas:The 8 titles in bold and underlined are currently being revised/updated. Phil Rugen will discuss the filtration items shortly.1550 handbook1581/82 FWS1583 Monitors1590 microfilters1596 vessels1599 dirt defence1529 hoses1584 couplers, pit valves1560 hydrant operation1585 cleaning1594 pressure testing (water)1541 coatings1542 ID1597 preventing missfuellingHM20 Meter proving1570 handbook1598 into-plane cleanliness sensors1530 upstream fuel qualityMulti-product pipeline –additive acceptance criteria
20New developments in filtration Petro2013New developments in filtrationEI 1582 filter/water separator similarity Electronic version of similarity sheet has been reissued to manufacturers to address feedback.EI 1590 Specifications and qualification procedures for aviation fuel microfilters3rd edition is in development. Initial manufacturers feedback has been incorporated.Will include a new 10 micron category of microfilter, intended for use in distribution systemsWill include 2” and 4” nominal diameter elements (currently all microfilters are 6”)Draft is currently available for industry reviewThere are three key filtration projects to be aware of:Firstly, an updated similarity spreadsheet has been issued for use by manufacturers. This has not introduced any new technical requirements, just amended some of the functionality, and provided extra rows to record plugs/caps and their model number.Work is underway with manufacturers on a 3rd edition of the microfilter specification, EI Developments are intended to encourage uptake in distribution systems
21EI 1550 Filtration handbook Petro2013EI 1550 Filtration handbookDraft 2nd edition has been reviewed with filter manufacturers and EI committeeIncludes four new chapters (DP, filter installations, management of change and plugs/caps)Includes significant updates to seven other chaptersA draft has been issued for industry review until 16 Dec. SeePlease provide your feedbackMoving on to our filtration handbook, we are at an advanced stage of drafting the 2nd edition.Any topics for inclusion are welcome from any operators – please the EI
22Petro2013EI 1550 continuedParticular thanks to Kyriakos Gennadis and the team at ofc Aviation Fuel Services S.A. at Athens International Airport
23EI 1529 Aviation fuelling hoses and hose assemblies, 7th edition Petro2013EI 1529 Aviation fuelling hoses and hose assemblies, 7th editionAll global hose suppliers have been contacted for technical inputConfirmation that 1529 contains important differences to ISO 1825, which should be maintainedDraft 7th edition will be issued for manufacturer/stakeholder review, 4Q 2013EI 1584 Four inch hydrant system components and arrangements, addendum to 3rd editionRequirements for production quality assuranceYou heard earlier this week about aviation fuelling hose. The EI is custodian of one of the two global hose specifications, and is currently preparing a 7th edition. All of the known global hose suppliers have been contacted for their technical input, and several companies have met with the EI committee to discuss the content. There will be increased alignment with ISO 1825 – the international standard for hoses – but it has been reaffirmed that some of the additional test requirements in 1529 are important to retain.A draft of the proposed 7th edition will be made available for review later this year.
24Includes recommendations based on experiences at Buncefield and Miami Petro2013EI Recommended Practice 1540 Design, construction, commissioning, maintenance and testing of aviation fuelling facilities, 5th editionProvides good practice for the design and construction of airport fuel handling facilities (new or upgraded)Includes recommendations based on experiences at Buncefield and MiamiDraft will be available for review later in Technical feedback welcomed.Content of 5th edition to be finalised around year end 2013.Publication expected 2Q 2014.
25Awaiting issue for Aviation Committee ballot to approve publication Petro2013EI 1594 Initial pressure strength testing of aviation fuel hydrant systems with water, 3rd editionContent updated to reflect latest good practice in dewatering, cleaning and drying of hydrantsAwaiting issue for Aviation Committee ballot to approve publicationPublication expected January 2014
26RP highlights steps that can be taken to avoid missfuelling Petro2013EI 1597 Procedures for overwing fuelling to ensure delivery of correct fuel grade to aircraft, 2nd editionRP highlights steps that can be taken to avoid missfuellingSignificant input provided by JIG reps, to ensure alignment with JIG 1 and 4.Will include new grades of Avgas.Includes requirement for documentation for fuel + FSII – confirm with pilot whether FSII is needed.Learning from an incident in Montana, 2009, when 14 fatalities were caused by fuel having been received without FSII.Draft available for review by year end 2013.Publication expected 1Q 2013.
27Currently with key stakeholders for review. Petro2013Multi-product pipelines: Minimum criteria to determine additive acceptabilityProvides a means for pipeline operators to demonstrate that additive containing fuels do not adversely affect other fuels, particularly jet fuel.Draft 3rd edition proposes additive acceptance based on lab screening alone if candidate additive is of similar chemistry. Also proposes a ‘water mapping’ assessment procedure as an alternative to pipeline trial.Currently with key stakeholders for review.Publication likely in 3Q 2013.
28Publication expected 1Q 2014 Petro2013EI HM 50 Guidelines for the cleaning of tanks and lines for marine tank vessels carrying petroleum and refined products, 3rd editionBeing updated with aviation fuel quality specialist input to provide greater clarity for protection of aviation cargoesPublication expected 1Q 2014
29Some other new EI resources of potential interest/use: Petro2013Some other new EI resources of potential interest/use:EI Model code of Safe Practice Part 2: Design, construction and operation of petroleum distribution installations, 4th edition, August 2013 (includes significant update on overfill prevention and updated PPE requirements)Specification: Couplers for the bottom loading of petroleum road tankers, 1st edition, October 2013Controlling the risk from static – DVD training tool
31For any further information see www.energyinst.org Petro2013For any further information seeOr contact:Your technical feedback on draft versions of our publications is valuable, and assists the broader industry with the sharing of good practice/experiences. Please participate.