International standardization for extraction and processing of petroleum and natural gas
For centuries, the extraction of fuel and gas has been the cause of many economic wars, embargoes and sanctions. This industry is the most critical in terms of global economic issues. In connection with recent events, since the beginning of the coronavirus infection to the present day, the positions of fuel and fuel producing companies in the world market, as well as competitive levels, are changing faster and faster. Moreover, if we consider this industry at the macro level, then the prevalence of influence of some countries on the world stage in the fuel industry is significantly reduced and inferior to others. If we consider this industry at the micro level, it should be noted that those companies and corporations that successfully adapt to the rules of the game of modern conditions with the help of the requirements of international standards remain in the leading positions, the main of which we have cited today as an example.
Petroleum, petrochemical and natural gas industries - Calculation and reporting production efficiency in the operating phase (ISO/TS 3250:2021)
SIST-TS CEN ISO/TS 3250:2022
In order for certain calculations to be carried out in the most qualitative and correct way, legal documents are being created that regulate calculation methods and units of measurement, including in the fuel industry. One such international standard is SIST-TS CEN ISO/TS 3250:2022.
This document provides requirements and guidance for reporting of production performance data and production loss data in the operating phase by use of production loss categorization. It supplements the principles of ISO 20815:2018, Clause E.3 and Annex G by providing additional details. This document focusses on installations and asset elements within the upstream business category. Business categories and associated installations and plants/units, systems and equipment classes are used in line with ISO 14224:2016, Annex A. The production loss categories given in Annex A are given at a high taxonomic level and supplements the reporting of failure and maintenance parameters as defined in ISO 14224:2016, Annex B.
Since this document refers to related international standards, we strongly recommend that you familiarize yourself with all international standards in this category before purchasing a document in order to select the most suitable one for your field of activity.
Petroleum and natural gas industries - Arctic operations - Escape, evacuation and rescue from offshore installations (ISO 35102:2020)
SIST EN ISO 35102:2022
The installation of fuel extraction equipment has a number of rules and regulations that are among the most important in terms of safety and quality of the final result. If your area of activity is in contact with the use of the above equipment, then we recommend paying attention to such a standard as SIST EN ISO 35102:2022.
This document establishes the principles, specifies the requirements and provides guidance for the development and implementation of an escape, evacuation and rescue (EER) plan. It is applicable to offshore installation design, construction, transportation, installation, offshore production/exploration drilling operation service life inspection/repair, decommissioning and removal activities related to petroleum and natural gas industries in the arctic and cold regions. Reference to arctic and cold regions in this document is deemed to include both the Arctic and other locations characterized by low ambient temperatures and the presence or possibility of sea ice, icebergs, icing conditions, persistent snow cover and/or permafrost. This document contains requirements for the design, operation, maintenance, and service-life inspection or repair of new installations and structures, and to modification of existing installations for operation in the offshore Arctic and cold regions, where ice can be present for at least a portion of the year. This includes offshore exploration, production and accommodation units utilized for such activities. To a limited extent, this document also addresses the vessels that support ER, if part of the overall EER plan. While this document does not apply specifically to mobile offshore drilling units (MODUs, see ISO 19905‑1) many of the EER provisions contained herein are applicable to the assessment of such units in situations when the MODU is operated in arctic and cold regions. The provisions of this document are intended to be used by stakeholders including designers, operators and duty holders. In some cases, floating platforms (as a type of offshore installations) can be classified as vessels (ships) by national law and the EER for these units are stipulated by international maritime law. However, many of the EER provisions contained in this document are applicable to such floating platforms. This document applies to mechanical, process and electrical equipment or any specialized process equipment associated with offshore arctic and cold region operations that impacts the performance of the EER system. This includes periodic training and drills, EER system maintenance and precautionary down-manning as well as emergency situations. EER associated with onshore arctic oil and gas facilities are not addressed in this document, except where relevant to an offshore development.
A feature of this document is the geographical location of the recommendations, and therefore this document is not suitable for all companies operating in the oil and gas production market. Since this document is narrow-profile, we recommend that you consult with a specialist about its relevance to your field of activity.
Petroleum, petrochemical and natural gas industries — Calculation and reporting production efficiency in the operating phase
The operational phase is one of the most significant in terms of considering the issue of profit and forecasting future results. To date, there are many recommendations, norms and rules on the topic of how calculations and calculations should be carried out correctly, one of these documents is ISO / TS 3250:2021.
This document provides requirements and guidance for reporting of production performance data and production loss data in the operating phase by use of production loss categorization. It supplements the principles of ISO 20815:2018, Clause E.3 and Annex G by providing additional details.
This document focusses on installations and asset elements within the upstream business category. Business categories and associated installations and plants/units, systems and equipment classes are used in line with ISO 14224:2016, Annex A. The production loss categories given in Annex A are given at a high taxonomic level and supplements the reporting of failure and maintenance parameters as defined in ISO 14224:2016, Annex B.
The peculiarity of this document is that it focuses on combining both technical parameters and gives clear recommendations for implementing them into existing business processes. If you have any additional questions on this international standard, you can always ask our specialists.
SIST EN ISO 15663:2021
Most business processes start with forecasting and making strategies and tactical decisions. Today, high-tech areas require regulation even of such processes as calculating the cost of the life cycle of equipment. One of such documents regulating this issue is SIST EN ISO 15663:2021.
This document specifies requirements for and gives guidance on the application of life cycle costing to create value for the development activities and operations associated with drilling, exploitation, processing and transport of petroleum, petrochemical and natural gas resources.
This document covers facilities and associated activities within different business categories (upstream, midstream, downstream and petrochemical). The life cycle costing process as described in this document is applicable when making decisions between competing options that are differentiated by cost and/or economic value.
This document is not concerned with decision-making related to the economic performance of individual options or options differentiated by factors other than cost or economic value. Guidance is provided on the management methodology and application of life cycle costing in support of decision-making across life cycle phases. The extent of planning and management depends on the magnitude of the costs involved, the potential value that can be created and the life cycle phase.
The main peculiarity of this document is that it provides the means of identifying cost drivers and provides a cost-control framework for these cost drivers, allowing effective cost control and optimization over the entire life of an asset. That means that having this document can significantly decrease the cost of the losses with implementing correct recommendations and proper international standards.
The need for international standards for the fuel industry
As you can see, the fuel industry and equipment associated with its extraction has a large number of technical and technological requirements, in accordance with which not only mining is carried out, but also the production of both large and small parts. Today, international standards are a kind of compass in the development of modern development conditions in the world market, in accordance with all the rules and regulations for the safe implementation of activities. That is why their presence significantly strengthens the position of the organization's competitiveness and makes it possible to reach new levels without loss from committing erroneous actions when exploring new levels of development.
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