This document specifies general safety requirements for the design, testing and production of powered elevators. The requirements are applicable for onshore and offshore applications of such elevators in the petroleum and petrochemical industries. This document does not cover any other type of elevator. It is not applicable to the following types of products: — remote control devices; — lifting nubbins; — lifting plugs; — lifting subs; — internal gripping devices; — equipment for lifting tubular from and onto a vessel; — elevator links or bails. This list is not exhaustive. This document is not applicable to powered elevators manufactured before the date of this publication. NOTE Annex A provides the relation between the clauses of the European Directive on machinery (Directive 2006/42/EC) and this document, for potential significant hazards and the safety requirements dealing with them for powered elevators.

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ISO 18647:2017 gives requirements for the design, fabrication, installation, commissioning and integrity management of modular drilling rigs on offshore fixed platforms. The modular drilling rig includes some or all of the equipment as follows: - drilling equipment including a derrick/mast and its controls that can be moved by skidding a drilling support structure; - drilling support equipment which includes support facilities such as power supply/distribution system; - mud and cement storage, mixing, monitoring and control equipment. ISO 18647:2017 is applicable to the modular drilling equipment on offshore structures for the petroleum and natural gas industries, as follows: - new equipment arranged in a modularized form; - the equipment contained in several modules, each of which can be lifted and installed on to the platform, however, the equipment may be arranged within the modules as is convenient; - the modules assembled together offshore for hook up and commissioning; - intended for long term use on a new fixed offshore structure; - Intended for temporary use on a number of different offshore platforms. ISO 18647:2017 is not applicable to drilling equipment - installed on mobile offshore units, and - intended primarily for onshore use. ISO 18647:2017 does not apply to those parts and functions of an offshore platform that are not directly related to drilling.

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ISO 16530-1:2017 is applicable to all wells that are operated by the petroleum and natural gas industry. This document is applicable to any well, or group of wells, regardless of their age, location (including onshore, subsea and offshore wells) or type (e.g. naturally flowing, artificial lift, injection wells). ISO 16530-1:2017 is intended to assist the petroleum and natural gas industry to effectively manage well integrity during the well life cycle by providing: - minimum requirements to ensure management of well integrity; and - recommendations and techniques that well operators can apply in a scalable manner based on a well's specific risk characteristics. Assuring well integrity comprises two main building blocks: the first is to ensure well integrity during well design and construction, and the second is to manage well integrity throughout the remaining well life thereafter. This document addresses each stage of the well life cycle, as defined by the six phases in a) to f), and describes the deliverables between each phase within a Well Integrity Management system. a) The "Basis of Design Phase" identifies the probable safety and environmental exposure to surface and subsurface hazards and risks that can be encountered during the well life cycle. Once identified, these hazards and risks are assessed such that control methods of design and operation can be developed in subsequent phases of the well life cycle. b) The "Design Phase" identifies the controls that are to be incorporated into the well design, such that appropriate barriers can be established to manage the identified safety and environmental hazards. The design addresses the expected, or forecasted, changes during the well life cycle and ensures that the required barriers in the well's design are based on risk exposure to people and the environment. c) The "Construction Phase" defines the required or recommended elements to be constructed (including rework/repair) and verification tasks to be performed in order to achieve the intended design. It addresses any variations from the design which require a revalidation against the identified hazards and risks. d) The "Operational Phase" defines the requirements or recommendations and methods for managing well integrity during operation. e) The "Intervention Phase" (including work-over) defines the minimum requirements or recommendations for assessing well barriers prior to, and after, any well intervention that involves breaking the established well barrier containment system. f) The "Abandonment Phase" defines the requirements or recommendations for permanently abandoning a well. The six phases of the well life cycle, as defined in this Scope, and their interrelationships, are illustrated in Figure 1 in the Introduction. ISO 16530-1:2017 is not applicable to well control. Well control refers to activities implemented to prevent or mitigate unintentional release of formation fluids from the well to its surroundings during drilling, completion, intervention and well abandonment operations, and involves dynamic elements, i.e. BOPs, mud pumps, mud systems, etc. ISO 16530-1:2017 is not applicable to wellbore integrity, sometimes referred to as "borehole stability". Wellbore integrity is the capacity of the drilled open hole to maintain its shape and remain intact after having been drilled.

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ISO 15551-1:2015 provides requirements for the design, design verification and validation, manufacturing and data control, performance ratings, functional evaluations, handling, and storage of tubing-deployed electrical submersible pump (ESP) systems as defined herein. This part of ISO 15551 is applicable to those components meeting the definition of centrifugal pumps including gas handling devices, discharge heads, seal chamber sections, intake systems, mechanical gas separators, induction motors (herein motor), shaft couplings, motor lead extension, pothead, and power cables, as defined herein. Components supplied under the requirements of this part of ISO 15551 exclude previously used subcomponents. Additionally, this International Standard provides requirements for assembled ESP systems. ISO 15551-1:2015 includes normative annexes addressing design validation performance rating requirements by component, requirements for determining ratings as an assembled system, functional evaluation: single component and cable reference information. ISO 15551-1:2015 includes informative annexes addressing functional evaluation guidelines for assembled ESP systems, establishing recommended operating range (ROR) of the ESP system, example user/purchaser ESP functional specification form, considerations for the use of 3-phase low and medium voltage adjustable speed drives for ESP applications, analysis after ESP use, downhole monitoring of ESP assembly operation, and information on permanent magnet motors for ESP applications. Equipment not covered by this part of ISO 15551 includes wireline and coiled tubing-deployed ESP systems, motor and pump shrouds, electric penetrators and feed-through systems, cable clamps and banding, centralizers, intake screens, passive gas separators, by-pass tools, check and bleeder valves, component adaptors, capillary lines, electric surface equipment, downhole permanent magnet motors, and non-conventionally configured ESP systems such as inverted systems. Repair and redress equipment requirements are not covered in this part of ISO 15551. The terminologies used within this part of ISO 15551 are; "ESP assembly" for a system of products combined into an operational machine, "component" for individual products such as, pumps or seal chamber sections, and "subcomponent" for individual parts or subassemblies that are used in the construction of an individual component.

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ISO 13354:2014 specifies requirements for the selection of the diverter equipment for rigs used to drill shallow-gas-bearing formations. It covers both onshore and offshore drilling operations, and considers also the auxiliary equipment associated with floating rigs. The specified requirements concern the following diverter equipment: annular sealing devices; vent outlets; diverter valves; diverter piping. ISO 13554:2014 highlights the concerns associated with the selection of a marine floating drilling support. It covers safety issues concerning key rig equipment, and important steps of action required prior to starting the drilling operations. It provides only general guidelines regarding the response to be given to a shallow-gas flow.

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ISO 14998:2013 provides requirements and guidelines for completion accessories, as defined herein for use in the petroleum and natural gas industry. ISO 14998:2013 provides requirements for the functional specification and technical specifications including: design, design verification and validation, materials, documentation and data control, redress, repair, shipment, and storage. ISO 14998:2013 covers the pressure containing, load bearing, disconnect/reconnect, tubing movement, and opening a port functionalities of completion accessories.

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ISO 13628-15:2011 addresses recommendations for subsea structures and manifolds, within the frameworks set forth by recognized and accepted industry specifications and standards. As such, it does not supersede or eliminate any requirement imposed by any other industry specification. ISO 13628-15:2011 covers subsea manifolds and templates utilized for pressure control in both subsea production of oil and gas, and subsea injection services. The following equipment falls within the scope of ISO 13628-15:2011: structural components and piping systems of subsea production systems, including production and injection manifolds, modular and integrated single satellite and multiwell templates, subsea processing and subsea boosting stations, flowline riser bases and export riser bases (FRB, ERB), pipeline end manifolds (PLEM), pipeline end terminations (PLET), T- and Y-connection, and subsea isolation valve (SSIV); structural components of subsea production system, including subsea controls and distribution structures and other subsea structures, and protection structures associated with the above. ISO 13628-15:2011 is not applicable to pipeline and manifold valves, flowline and tie-in connectors, choke valves and production control systems.

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ISO 13628-4:2010 provides specifications for subsea wellheads, mudline wellheads, drill-through mudline wellheads and both vertical and horizontal subsea trees. It specifies the associated tooling necessary to handle, test and install the equipment. It also specifies the areas of design, material, welding, quality control (including factory acceptance testing), marking, storing and shipping for both individual sub-assemblies (used to build complete subsea tree assemblies) and complete subsea tree assemblies. The user is responsible for ensuring subsea equipment meets any additional requirements of governmental regulations for the country in which it is installed. This is outside the scope of ISO 13628-4:2010. Where applicable, ISO 13628-4:2010 can also be used for equipment on satellite, cluster arrangements and multiple well template applications. Equipment that is within the scope of ISO 13628-4:2010 is listed as follows: subsea trees: tree connectors and tubing hangers, valves, valve blocks, and valve actuators, chokes and choke actuators, bleed, test and isolation valves, TFL wye spool, re-entry interface, tree cap, tree piping, tree guide frames, tree running tools, tree cap running tools, tree mounted flowline/umbilical connector, tubing heads and tubing head connectors, flowline bases and running/retrieval tools, tree mounted controls interfaces (instrumentation, sensors, hydraulic tubing/piping and fittings, electrical controls cable and fittings); subsea wellheads: conductor housings, wellhead housings, casing hangers, seal assemblies, guidebases, bore protectors and wear bushings, corrosion caps; mudline suspension systems: wellheads, running tools, casing hangers, casing hanger running tool, tieback tools for subsea completion, subsea completion adaptors for mudline wellheads, tubing heads, corrosion caps; drill through mudline suspension systems: conductor housings, surface casing hangers, wellhead housings, casing hangers, annulus seal assemblies, bore protectors and wear bushings, abandonment caps; tubing hanger systems: tubing hangers, running tools; miscellaneous equipment: flanged end and outlet connections, clamp hub-type connections, threaded end and outlet connections, other end connections, studs and nuts, ring joint gaskets, guideline establishment equipment. ISO 13628-4:2010 includes equipment definitions, an explanation of equipment use and function, an explanation of service conditions and product specification levels, and a description of critical components, i.e. those parts having requirements specified in ISO 13628-4:2010. The following equipment is outside the scope of ISO 13628-4:2010: subsea wireline/coiled tubing BOPs; installation, workover, and production risers; subsea test trees (landing strings); control systems and control pods; platform tiebacks; primary protective structures; subsea process equipment; subsea manifolding and jumpers; subsea wellhead tools; repair and rework; multiple well template structures; mudline suspension high pressure risers; template piping; template interfaces. ISO 13628-4:2010 is not applicable to the rework and repair of used equipment.

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ISO 28781:2010 provides the requirements for subsurface barrier valves and related equipment as they are defined herein for use in the petroleum and natural gas industries. Included are the requirements for design, design validation, manufacturing, functional evaluation, repair, redress, handling and storage. Subsurface barrier valves provide a means of isolating the formation or creating a barrier in the tubular to facilitate the performance of pre- and/or post-production/injection operational activities in the well. The subsurface barrier valve is not designed as an emergency or fail-safe flow controlling safety device. ISO 28781:2010 does not cover installation and maintenance, control systems such as computer systems, and control conduits not integral to the barrier valve. Also not included in ISO 28781:2010 are products covered under ISO 17078, ISO 16070, ISO 14310, ISO 10432, ISO 10423 and the following products: downhole chokes, wellhead plugs, sliding sleeves, casing-mounted flow-control valves, injection valves, well-condition-activated valves or drill-stem test tools. ISO 28781:2010 does not cover the connections to the well conduit.

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ISO 17078-4:2010 provides informative documentation to assist the user/purchaser and the supplier/manufacturer in specification, design, selection, testing, calibration, reconditioning, installation and use of side-pocket mandrels, flow-control devices and associated latches and installation tools. The product-design and manufacturing-related requirements for these products are included within the other parts of ISO 17078.

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ISO 10423:2009 specifies requirements and gives recommendations for the performance, dimensional and functional interchangeability, design, materials, testing, inspection, welding, marking, handling, storing, shipment, purchasing, repair and remanufacture of wellhead and christmas tree equipment for use in the petroleum and natural gas industries. ISO 10423:2009 does not apply to field use, field testing or field repair of wellhead and christmas tree equipment. ISO 10423:2009 is applicable to specific types of wellhead equipment, connectors and fittings; casing and tubing hangers; valves and chokes; loose connectors [flanged, threaded, other end connectors (OEC), and welded]; and other equipment, such as actuators, clamp hubs, pressure boundary penetrations, ring gaskets, running and testing tools and wear bushings. The nomenclature is defined and most physical dimensions are given in USC as well as metric units. ISO 10423:2009 defines service conditions, in terms of pressure, temperature and material class for the well-bore constituents, and operating conditions. ISO 10423:2009 establishes requirements for five product specification levels, PSL 1, 2, 3, 3G and 4. These five PSL designations define different levels of technical quality requirements. Guidelines (not requirements) are provided for selecting an acceptable PSL.

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ISO 13628-5:2009 specifies requirements and gives recommendations for the design, material selection, manufacture, design verification, testing, installation and operation of umbilicals and associated ancillary equipment for the petroleum and natural gas industries. Ancillary equipment does not include top side hardware. Topside hardware refers to any hardware that is not permanently attached to the umbilical, above the topside hang-off termination. ISO 13628-5:2009 applies to umbilicals containing components, such as electrical cables, optical fibres, thermoplastic hoses and metallic tubes, either alone or in combination; and to umbilicals for static or dynamic service, with surface-surface, surface-subsea and subsea-subsea routings . ISO 13628-5:2009 does not apply to the associated component connectors, unless they affect the performance of the umbilical or that of its ancillary equipment. ISO 13628-5:2009 applies only to tubes with the following dimensions: wall thickness, t  6 mm, internal diameter, ID  50,8 mm (2 in). Tubular products greater than these dimensions can be regarded as pipe/linepipe and it is expected that they be designed and manufactured according to a recognised pipeline/linepipe standard. ISO 13628-5:2009 does not apply to a tube or hose rated lower than 7 MPa (1 015 psi), or to electric cable voltage ratings above standard rated voltages = 3,6/6(7,2) kV rms, where U0, U and Um are as defined in IEC 60502-1 and IEC 60502-2.

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ISO/TR 13624-2:2009 pertains to mobile offshore drilling units that employ a subsea BOP stack deployed at the seafloor. It is intended that the drilling riser analysis methodologies discussed in this part of ISO 13624 be used and interpreted in the context of ISO 13624-1.

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ISO 15136-1:2009 provides requirements for the design, design verification and validation, manufacturing and data control, performance ratings, functional evaluation, repair, handling and storage of progressing cavity pumps for use in the petroleum and natural gas industry. ISO 15136-1:2009 is applicable to those products meeting the definition of progressing cavity pumps (PCP) included herein. Connections to the drive string and tubulars are not covered in ISO 15136-1:2009. ISO 15136-1:2009 establishes requirements for characterization and testing of stator elastomer material, design validation and functional evaluation and provides information for PCP elastomer selection and testing, installation, start-up and operation guidelines, equipment selection and application guidelines, functional specification form, used pump evaluation, drive string selection and use, repair and reconditioning procedures and auxiliary equipment. Equipment not covered by the requirements of ISO 15136-1:2009 includes bottom-drive systems except for the PCP components, drive-string components and auxiliary equipment such as tag bars, gas separators and torque anchors.

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ISO 13624-1:2009 pertains to the design, selection, operation and maintenance of marine riser systems for floating drilling operations. Its purpose is to serve as a reference for designers, for those who select system components, and for those who use and maintain this equipment. It relies on basic engineering principles and the accumulated experience of offshore operators, contractors, and manufacturers. The marine drilling riser is best viewed as a system. It is necessary that designers, contractors, and operators realize that the individual components are recommended and selected in a manner suited to the overall performance of that system. For the purposes of ISO 13624-1:2009, a marine drilling riser system includes the tensioner system and all equipment between the top connection of the upper flex/ball joint and the bottom of wellhead conductor outer casing. It specifically excludes the diverter. Also, the applicability of ISO 13624-1:2009 is limited to operations with a subsea BOP stack deployed at the seafloor. ISO 13624-1:2009 is directly applicable to most floating drilling operations, to special situations dealing with deepwater drilling and collapse, to the special considerations required for guidelineless drilling and to operations in cold-weather conditions and H2S considerations. It is important that all riser primary-load-path components addressed in this International Standard be consistent with the load classifications specified in ISO 13625.

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ISO 17824:2009 provides the requirements and guidelines for sand control screens for use in the petroleum and natural gas industries. Included are the requirements for design, design validation, functional evaluation, manufacturing, storage and transport. The requirements of ISO 17824:2009 are applicable to wire-wrap screens, pre-pack screens and metal-mesh screens as defined herein. The following items are outside the scope of ISO 17824:2009: expandable sand screens, slotted liners or tubing and accessory items such as centralizers or bull plugs; shunt screen technology, inflow control devices, downhole sensors and selective isolation devices, even though they can be an integral part of the sand control screen; screen filtration performance criteria, including test methods or analysis for sand retention efficiency; and end connections of the basepipe.

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ISO 17078-3:2009 provides requirements and guidelines for running tools, pulling tools, kick-over tools and latches used for the installation and retrieval of flow control and other devices to be installed in side‑pocket mandrels for use in the petroleum and natural gas industries. This includes requirements for specifying, selecting, designing, manufacturing, quality control, testing and preparation for shipping of these tools and latches. Additionally, it includes information regarding performance testing and calibration procedures.

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ISO 14310:2008 provides requirements and guidelines for packers and bridge plugs as defined herein for use in the petroleum and natural gas industry. ISO 14310:2008 provides requirements for the functional specification and technical specification, including design, design verification and validation, materials, documentation and data control, repair, shipment, and storage. In addition, products covered by ISO 14310:2008 apply only to applications within a conduit. Installation and maintenance of these products are outside the scope of ISO 14310:2008.

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ISO 10407-2:2008 specifies the required inspection for each level of inspection and procedures for the inspection and testing of used drill-stem elements. For the purpose of ISO 10407-2:2008, drill stem elements include drill pipe body, tool joints, rotary-shouldered connections, drill collar, HWDP and the ends of drill-stem elements that make up with them. ISO 10407-2:2008 has been prepared to address the practices and technology commonly used in inspection. The practices established within ISO 10407-2:2008 are intended as inspection and/or testing guidance and are not intended to be interpreted to prohibit the agency or owner from using personal judgement, supplementing the inspection with other techniques, extending existing techniques or re‑inspecting certain lengths. ISO 10407-2:2008 specifies the qualification of inspection personnel, a description of inspection methods and apparatus calibration and standardization procedures for various inspection methods. The evaluation of imperfections and the marking of inspected drill stem elements is included. ISO 10407-2:2008 provides the original equipment manufacturers' requirements regarding the minimum information needed for the inspection of their specialized tools.

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ISO 17078-2:2007 provides requirements for subsurface flow-control devices used in side-pocket mandrels (hereafter called flow-control devices) intended for use in the worldwide petroleum and natural gas industry. This includes requirements for specifying, selecting, designing, manufacturing, quality-control, testing and preparation for shipping of flow-control devices. Additionally, it includes information regarding performance testing and calibration procedures. The installation and retrieval of flow-control devices is outside the scope of ISO 17078-2:2007. Additionally, ISO 17078-2:2007 is not applicable to flow-control devices used in centre-set mandrels or with tubing-retrievable applications. ISO 17078-2:2007 does not include requirements for side-pocket mandrels, running, pulling, and kick-over tools, and latches that might or might not be covered in other ISO specifications. Reconditioning of used flow-control devices is outside of the scope of ISO 17078-2:2007.

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ISO 10424-2:2007 specifies requirements on rotary shouldered connections for use in petroleum and natural gas industries, including dimensional requirements on threads and thread gauges, stipulations on gauging practice, gauge specifications, as well as instruments and methods for inspection of thread connections. These connections are intended primarily for use in drill-string components. Other supplementary specifications can be agreed between interested parties for special tolerance requirements, qualification, testing, inspection and finishing. ISO 10424-2:2007 is applicable to the following preferred rotary shouldered connection designs: number (NC) style; regular (REG) style; full hole (FH) style. These are traceable to an internationally supported system of gauges and calibration.

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ISO 13628-11:2007 provides guidelines for the design, analysis, manufacture, testing, installation and operation of flexible pipes and flexible pipe systems for onshore, subsea and marine applications. ISO 13628-11:2007 supplements ISO 13628-2 and ISO 13628-10, which specify minimum requirements for the design, material selection, manufacture, testing, marking and packaging of unbonded and bonded flexible pipes, respectively. ISO 13628-11:2007 applies to flexible pipe assemblies, consisting of segments of flexible pipe body with end fittings attached to both ends. Both bonded and unbonded pipe types are covered. In addition, ISO 13628-11:2007 applies to flexible pipe systems, including ancillary components. The applications covered by ISO 13628-11:2007 are sweet- and sour-service production, including export and injection applications. ISO 13628-11:2007 applies to both static and dynamic flexible pipe systems used as flowlines, risers and jumpers. ISO 13628-11:2007 does cover, in general terms, the use of flexible pipes for offshore loading systems. ISO 13628-11:2007 does not cover flexible pipes for use in choke and kill lines or umbilical and control lines.

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ISO 13628-2:2006 defines the technical requirements for safe, dimensionally and functionally interchangeable flexible pipes that are designed and manufactured to uniform standards and criteria. Minimum requirements are specified for the design, material selection, manufacture, testing, marking and packaging of flexible pipes, with reference to existing codes and standards where applicable. ISO 13628-2:2006 applies to unbonded flexible pipe assemblies, consisting of segments of flexible pipe body with end fittings attached to both ends. ISO 13628-2:2006 applies to both static and dynamic flexible pipes used as flowlines, risers and jumpers. The applications addressed by this ISO 13628-2:2006 are sweet and sour service production, including export and injection applications for production products including oil, gas, water and injection chemicals. ISO 13628-2:2006 does not cover flexible pipes of bonded structure or flexible pipe ancillary components or to flexible pipes for use in choke-and-kill line applications. ISO 13628-2:2006 does not apply to flexible pipes that include non-metallic tensile armour wires.

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ISO 15136-2:2006 provides requirements for the design, design verification and validation, manufacturing and data control, performance ratings and repair of progressing cavity pump surface drive systems for use in the petroleum and natural gas industry. ISO 15136-2:2006 is applicable to those products meeting the definition of surface drive systems. Additionally, informative annexes provide information on brake system selection, installation, and operation; and sucker rod selection and use. Equipment not covered by ISO 15136-2:2006, unless integral by design, includes bottom drive systems, sucker rods, polished rod clamps, stuffing boxes, electrical controls, instrumentation, external power transmission devices, auxiliary equipment, such as belts, sheaves and equipment guards. These items might or might not be covered by other International Standards.

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ISO 13628-6:2006 is applicable to design, fabrication, testing, installation and operation of subsea production control systems. ISO 13628-6:2006 covers surface control system equipment, subsea-installed control system equipment and control fluids. This equipment is utilized for control of subsea production of oil and gas and for subsea water and gas injection services. Where applicable, ISO 13628-6:2006 can be used for equipment on multiple-well applications. ISO 13628-6:2006 establishes design standards for systems, subsystems, components and operating fluids in order to provide for the safe and functional control of subsea production equipment. ISO 13628-6:2006 contains various types of information related to subsea production control systems. They are informative data that provide an overview of the architecture and general functionality of control systems for the purpose of introduction and information; basic prescriptive data that shall be adhered to by all types of control system; selective prescriptive data that are control-system-type sensitive and shall be adhered to only when they are relevant; optional data or requirements that need be adopted only when considered necessary either by the purchaser or the vendor. In view of the diverse nature of the data provided, control system purchasers and specifiers are advised to select from ISO 13628-6:2006 only the provisions needed for the application at hand. Failure to adopt a selective approach to the provisions contained herein can lead to overspecification and higher purchase costs. Rework and repair of used equipment are beyond the scope of ISO 13628-6:2006.

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ISO 16070:2005 provides the requirements for lock mandrels and landing nipples within the production/injection conduit for the installation of flow control or other equipment used in the petroleum and natural gas industries. ISO 16070:2005 includes the interface connections to the flow control or other equipment, but does not cover the connections to the well conduit.

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ISO 13628-1:2005 provides general requirements and overall recommendations for development of complete subsea production systems, from the design phase to decommissioning and abandonment. ISO 13628-1:2005 is intended as an umbrella document to govern other parts of ISO 13628 dealing with more detailed requirements for the subsystems which typically form part of a subsea production system. However, in some areas (e.g. system design, structures, manifolds, lifting devices, and colour and marking) more detailed requirements are included herein, as these subjects are not covered in a subsystem standard. The complete subsea production system comprises several subsystems necessary to produce hydrocarbons from one or more subsea wells and transfer them to a given processing facility located offshore (fixed, floating or subsea) or onshore, or to inject water/gas through subsea wells. ISO 13628-1:2005 and its related subsystem standards apply as far as the interface limits described in Clause 4. Specialized equipment, such as split trees and trees and manifolds in atmospheric chambers, are not specifically discussed because of their limited use. However, the information presented is applicable to those types of equipment.

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ISO 13628-7:2005 gives requirements and recommendations for the design, analysis, materials, fabrication, testing and operation of subsea completion/workover (C/WO) riser systems run from a floating vessel. It is applicable to all new C/WO riser systems and may be applied to modifications, operation of existing systems and reuse at different locations and with different floating vessels. ISO 13628-7:2005 is intended to serve as a common reference for designers, manufacturers and operators/users, thereby reducing the need for company specifications. ISO 13628-7:2005 is limited to risers, manufactured from low alloy carbon steels. Risers fabricated from special materials such as titanium, composite materials and flexible pipes are beyond the scope of ISO 13628-7:2005. Specific equipment covered by ISO 13628-7:2005 include riser joints, connectors; workover control systems; surface flow trees, surface tree tension frames, lower workover riser packages, lubricator valves, retainer valves, subsea test trees, shear subs, tubing hanger orientation systems, swivels, annulus circulation hoses, riser spiders, umbilical clamps, handling and test tools, tree cap running tools. Associated equipment not covered by ISO 13628-7:2005 include tubing hangers, internal and external tree caps, tubing hanger running tools, surface coiled tubing units, surface wireline units, surface tree kill and production jumpers.

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ISO 13628-10:2005 defines the technical requirements for safe, dimensionally and functionally interchangeable bonded flexible pipes that are designed and manufactured to uniform standards and criteria. Minimum requirements are specified for the design, material selection, manufacture, testing, marking and packaging of bonded flexible pipes, with reference to existing codes and standards where applicable. ISO 13628-10:2005 applies to bonded flexible pipe assemblies, consisting of segments of flexible pipe body with end fittings attached to both ends. ISO 13628-10:2005 applies to pipes with a design pressure greater than or equal to 1,5 MPa (15 bar). ISO 13628-10:2005 can be used for lower design pressure pipes, though the requirements of these pipes have not been specifically addressed. ISO 13628-10:2005 does not cover flexible pipes of unbonded structure nor to flexible pipe ancillary components and does not apply to flexible pipes for use in choke and kill line applications.. ISO 13628-10:2005 can be applied to flexible pipes that include non-metallic reinforcing layers, though no effort was made to address the specific and unique technological aspects of this product, and to a bonded construction pipe that includes a material or layer construction that is covered in ISO 13628-2. ISO 13628-10:2005 can be applied to flexible pipes for pile hammer, gas flare, water supply and jetting applications, though no effort was made to address the specific and unique technological aspects relating to each of these requirements.

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ISO 17078:2004 provides requirements for side-pocket mandrels used in the petroleum and natural gas industry. This part of ISO 17078 includes specifying, selecting, designing, manufacturing, quality control, testing, and preparation for shipping of side-pocket mandrels. This part of ISO 17078:2004 does not address nor include requirements for end connections between the side-pocket mandrels and the well conduit. The installation and retrieval of side-pocket mandrels is outside the scope of this part of ISO 17078:2004. Additionally, this part of ISO 17078:2004 does not include specifications for centre-set mandrels, or mandrels that employ or support tubing-retrievable flow control devices. This part of ISO 17078:2004 does not include gas-lift or any other flow-control valves or devices, latches, and/or associated wire line equipment that can or cannot be covered in other ISO specifications. The side-pocket mandrels to which this part of ISO 17078:2004 refers are independent devices that can accept installation of flow-control or other devices down-hole.

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ISO 10432:2004 provides the minimum acceptable requirements for subsurface safety valves (SSSVs). It covers subsurface safety valves including all components that establish tolerances and/or clearances which may affect performance or interchangeability of the SSSVs. It includes repair operations and the interface connections to the flow control or other equipment, but does not cover the connections to the well conduit. Redress activities are beyond the scope of ISO 10432:2004.

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ISO 10424-1:2004 specifies requirements for the following drill stem elements: upper and lower kelly valves; square and hexagonal kellys; drill stem subs; standard steel and non-magnetic drill collars; drilling and coring bits. ISO 10424-1:2004 is not applicable to drill pipe and tool joints, rotary shouldered connection designs, thread gauging practice, or grand master, reference master and working gauges.

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ISO 10417:2004 establishes requirements and provides guidelines for configuration, installation, test, operation and documentation of subsurface safety valve (SSSV) systems. In addition, ISO 10417:2004 establishes requirements and provides guidelines for selection, handling, redress and documentation of SSSV downhole production equipment. ISO 10417:2004 is not applicable to repair activities. ISO 10432 provides requirements for SSSV equipment repair.

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ISO 14693:2003 provides general principles and specifies requirements for design, manufacture and testing of new drilling and well-servicing equipment and of replacement primary load-carrying components manufactured subsequent to the publication of ISO 14693:2003. ISO 14693:2003 is applicable to the following equipment: -- rotary tables; -- rotary bushings; -- rotary slips; -- rotary hoses; -- piston mud-pump components; -- drawworks components; -- spiders not capable of use as elevators; -- manual tongs; -- safety clamps not used as hoisting devices; -- power tongs, including spinning wrenches. Annex A gives a number of standardized supplementary requirements which apply only when specified.

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ISO 13626:2003 specifies requirements and gives recommendations for suitable steel structures for drilling and well-servicing operations in the petroleum industry, provides a uniform method of rating the structures, and provides two product specification levels. ISO 13626:2003 is applicable to all new designs of all standard steel derricks, special steel derricks, portable masts and substructures. Annex A provides a number of standard supplementary requirements which apply only if specified by the purchaser.

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ISO 13628:2002 gives functional requirements and guidelines for ROV interfaces on subsea production systems for the petroleum and natural gas industries. It is applicable to both the selection and use of ROV interfaces on subsea production equipment, and provides guidance on design as well as the operational requirements for maximising the potential of standard equipment and design principles. The auditable information for subsea systems it offers will allow interfacing and actuation by ROV-operated systems, while the issues it identifies are those that have to be considered when designing interfaces on subsea production systems. The framework and detailed specifications set out will enable the user to select the correct interface for a specific application.

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ISO 13625:2002 specifies requirements and gives recommendations for the design, rating, manufacturing and testing of marine drilling riser couplings. Coupling capacity ratings are established to enable the grouping of coupling models according to their maximum stresses developed under specific levels of loading, regardless of manufacturer or method of make-up.

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This International Standard specifies requirements for performance, design, materials, testing and inspection, welding, marking, handling, storing and shipping of drill-through equipment used for drilling for oil and gas. It also defines service conditions in terms of pressure, temperature and wellbore fluids for which the equipment will be designed. This International Standard is applicable to and establishes requirements for the following specific equipment: a) ram blowout preventers; b) ram blocks, packers and top seals; c) annular blowout preventers; d) annular packing units; e) hydraulic connectors; f) drilling spools; g) adapters; h) loose connections; i) clamps. Dimensional interchangeability is limited to end and outlet connections. This International Standard does not apply to field use or field testing of drill-through equipment.

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La présente partie de l'ISO 13628 définit des exigences et donne des recommandations pour la conception, la fabrication et la mise en oeuvre des équipements et systèmes d'injection TFL. Les modes opératoires et exigences présentés concernent les équipements de fond à fonctionnement hydraulique, les têtes de puits sous-marines et les suspensions de tube de production ainsi que les lignes de service et les équipements associés. La présente partie de l'ISO 13628 concerne essentiellement les systèmes d'injection TFL pour les applications en mer et sous-marines mais peut également être utilisée pour d'autres applications telles que les puits fortement déviés ou les puits horizontaux. La séparation en fond de mer, la surpression, le comptage et les pompes de fond ne sont pas compris dans le domaine d'application de la présente partie de l'ISO 13628.

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La présente Norme internationale définit les exigences pour la conception, la fabrication et les essais des équipements de levage utilisables pour les opérations de forage et de production. La présente Norme internationale couvre les équipements de levage utilisés pour le forage et la production suivants : a) poulies de levage b) moufles mobiles et fixes c) adaptateurs entre moufles et crochets d) pièces de connexion et d'adaptation pour bras élévateurs e) crochets de forage ; f) crochets pour tubes de production et barres de pompage g) bras élévateurs ; h) élévateurs pour tubes de cuvelage, de production, tiges et masse-tiges de forage i) élévateurs pour barres de pompage ; j) adaptateurs d'oeillets de têtes d'injection k) têtes d'injection (rotary swivels) ; l) têtes d'injection motorisées (powerswivels) m) raccords motorisés (powersubs) ; n) cales à coins lorsqu'elles peuvent être utilisées comme élévateurs o) réas ; p) compensateurs de pilonnement en ligne q) équipements de vissage de tiges carrées lorsqu'ils peuvent être utilisés comme équipement de levage r) réservoirs sous pression et tuyauterie installés sur des équipements de levage s) colliers de sûreté lorsqu'ils peuvent être utilisés comme équipement de levage t) chariots rétractables (doilies) (annexe B). La présente Norme internationale établit des exigences correspondant à deux niveaux de spécification de produits (PSL). Ces deux appellations PSL définissent différents niveaux d'exigences techniques. Toutes les exigences des chapitres 4 à 11 sont applicables à PSL 1, à moins d'être expressément identifié comme PSL 2. PSL 2 comprend toutes les exigences de PSL 1 plus des pratiques complémentaires prescrites dans le présent document. Des exigences supplémentaires ne s'appliquent que lorsqu'elles sont spécifiées. L'annexe A donne un nombre d'exigences supplémentaires normalisées.

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La présente Norme internationale donne des lignes directrices et établit les exigences relatives au contrôle, à la maintenance, à la réparation et au reconditionnement des éléments des équipements de levage afin de maintenir ce type d'équipement en état de fonctionnement. Les éléments des équipements de levage pour le forage et la production traités par la présente Norme internationale sont les suivants : - poulies et paliers de moufle fixe - moufle mobile et moufle-crochet - adaptateurs entre moufle et crochet - raccords et adaptateurs de bras d'élévateurs - crochets de forage - crochets pour tubes de production et tiges de pompage - bras élévateur - élévateurs de tubage, élévateurs de tube de production, élévateurs de tige de forage et élévateurs de masse-tige - élévateurs de tige de pompage - adaptateurs d'anse de tête d'injection rotary - têtes d'injection rotary - têtes d'entraînement - raccords d'entraînement - dispositifs de retenue à coins lorsqu'ils peuvent être utilisés comme élévateurs - points d'attache du brin mort/réa - compensateurs de pilonnement pour tiges de forage - dispositif de vissage lorsqu'il peut être utilisé comme équipement de levage - composants de l'outil de pose du tube prolongateur (riser) lorsqu'ils peuvent être utilisés comme équipement de levage - composants de l'outil de pose de la tête de puits lorsqu'ils peuvent être utilisés comme équipement de levage - colliers de sécurité lorsqu'ils peuvent être utilisés comme équipement de levage.

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Lays down the properties and establishes principles for the design and use. Requirements are specified in the fourteenth edition of API Recommended Practice 7G (RP 7G), August 1990, which is adopted as ISO 10407. For the purposes of international standardization, modifications have been made that are outlined.

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Specifies the requirements for the dimensional characteristics, chemical and mechanical properties and gauging practice. Requirements are specified in the twenty-forth edition of API Specification 11B (Spec 11B), October 1990, which is adopted as ISO 10428. For the purposes of international standardization, modifications have been made that are outlined.

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Lays down the specification covering the design and rating. Specifies the requirements for the dimensional characteristics, chemical and mechanical properties and gauging practice. Requirements are specified in the sixteenth edition of API Specification 11E (Spec 11E), October 1989, which is adopted as ISO 10431. For the purposes of international standardization, modifications have been made that are outlined.

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ISO/TS 16530-2:2014 provides requirements and methods to the oil and gas industry to manage well integrity during the well operational phase. The operational phase is considered to extend from handover of the well after construction, to handover prior to abandonment. This represents only the period during the life cycle of the well when it is being operated. ISO/TS 16530-2:2014 includes: ? A description of the processes required to assess and manage risk within a defined framework. The risk assessment process also applies when deviating from ISO/TS 16530-2:2014. ? The process of managing well integrity by operating wells in compliance with operating limits for all well types that are defined based on exposure of risk to people, environment, assets and reputation. The management of well integrity is supported by associated maintenance/monitoring plans, technical reviews and the management of change. ? The assessment of existing assets (wells / fields) in order to start the process of Well Integrity Management in accordance with ISO/TS 16530-2:2014. ? The handover process required when changing from one activity to another during the operational phase. ISO/TS 16530-2:2014 applies to all wells that are utilized by the oil and gas industry, regardless of their age, type or location.

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