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EVS-EN ISO 17776:2016
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Identne ISO 17776:2016; EN ISO 17776:2016
Petroleum and natural gas industries - Offshore production installations - Major Accident hazard management during the design of new installations (ISO 17776:2016)
ISO 17776:2016 describes processes for managing major accident (MA) hazards during the design of offshore oil and gas production installations. It provides requirements and guidance on the development of strategies both to prevent the occurrence of MAs and to limit the possible consequences. It also contains some requirements and guidance on managing MA hazards in operation. ISO 17776:2016 is applicable to the design of - fixed offshore structures, and - floating systems for production, storage and offloading for the petroleum and natural gas industries. The scope includes all credible MA hazards with the potential to have a material effect on people, the environment and assets. This document is intended for the larger projects undertaken to develop new offshore installations. However, the principles are also applicable to small or simple projects or design changes to existing facilities and can also be relevant to onshore production facilities. Mobile offshore units as defined in this document are excluded, although many of the principles can be used as guidance. The design of subsea facilities are also excluded, though the effects of mobile and subsea facilities are considered if they can lead to major accidents that affect an offshore installation. This document does not cover the construction, commissioning, abandonment or security risks associated with offshore installations. The decision to apply the requirements and guidance of this document, in full or in part, is intended to be based on an assessment of the likelihood and possible consequences of MA hazards.

ISO 16923:2016
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Natural gas fuelling stations -- CNG stations for fuelling vehicles
ISO 16923:2016 covers the design, construction, operation, inspection and maintenance of stations for fuelling compressed natural gas (CNG) to vehicles, including equipment, safety and control devices. ISO 16923:2016 also applies to portions of a fuelling station where natural gas is in a gaseous state and dispensing CNG derived from liquefied natural gas (LCNG) according to ISO 16924. ISO 16923:2016 applies to fuelling stations supplied with natural gas as defined in local applicable gas composition regulations or ISO 13686. It also applies to other gases meeting these requirements including biomethane, upgraded coal-bed methane (CBM) and gas supplies coming from LNG vaporization (on-site or off-site). ISO 16923:2016 includes all equipment for downstream gas supply connection (i.e. point of separation between the CNG fuelling station piping and the pipeline network). Fuelling station nozzles are not defined in this document. ISO 16923:2016 covers fuelling stations with the following characteristics: - slow fill; - fast fill; - private access; - public access (self-service or assisted); - fuelling stations with fixed storage; - fuelling stations with mobile storage (daughter station); - multi-fuel stations. ISO 16923:2016 is not applicable to domestic CNG fuelling devices without buffer storage. NOTE ISO 16923:2016 is based on the condition that the gas entering the fuelling station is odorized. For unodorized gas fuelling stations, additional safety requirements are included in Clause 10.

ISO 16924:2016
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Natural gas fuelling stations -- LNG stations for fuelling vehicles
ISO 16924:2016 specifies the design, construction, operation, maintenance and inspection of stations for fuelling liquefied natural gas (LNG) to vehicles, including equipment, safety and control devices. ISO 16924:2016 also specifies the design, construction, operation, maintenance and inspection of fuelling stations for using LNG as an onsite source for fuelling CNG to vehicles (LCNG fuelling stations), including safety and control devices of the station and specific LCNG fuelling station equipment. NOTE Specific CNG equipment is dealt with in ISO 16923. ISO 16924:2016 is applicable to fuelling stations receiving LNG and other liquefied methane-rich gases that comply with local applicable gas composition regulation or with the gas quality requirements of ISO 13686. ISO 16924:2016 includes all equipment from the LNG storage tank filling connection up to the fuelling nozzle on the vehicle. The LNG storage tank filling connection itself and the vehicle fuelling nozzle are not covered in this document. ISO 16924:2016 includes fuelling stations having the following characteristics: - private access; - public access (self-service or assisted); - metered dispensing and non metered dispensing; - fuelling stations with fixed LNG storage; - fuelling stations with mobile LNG storage; - movable fuelling stations; - mobile fuelling stations; - multi-fuel stations.

ISO 1213-2:2016
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Solid mineral fuels -- Vocabulary -- Part 2: Terms relating to sampling, testing and analysis
ISO 1213-2:2016 defines terms commonly employed in the sampling, testing and analysis of solid mineral fuels. Alternative names are given for several terms. In some cases, however, the use of the alternative name is deprecated (as indicated). An alphabetical index, with numerical cross reference is provided.
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ISO 17776:2016
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Petroleum and natural gas industries -- Offshore production installations -- Major accident hazard management during the design of new installations
ISO 17776:2016 describes processes for managing major accident (MA) hazards during the design of offshore oil and gas production installations. It provides requirements and guidance on the development of strategies both to prevent the occurrence of MAs and to limit the possible consequences. It also contains some requirements and guidance on managing MA hazards in operation. ISO 17776:2016 is applicable to the design of - fixed offshore structures, and - floating systems for production, storage and offloading for the petroleum and natural gas industries. The scope includes all credible MA hazards with the potential to have a material effect on people, the environment and assets. This document is intended for the larger projects undertaken to develop new offshore installations. However, the principles are also applicable to small or simple projects or design changes to existing facilities and can also be relevant to onshore production facilities. Mobile offshore units as defined in this document are excluded, although many of the principles can be used as guidance. The design of subsea facilities are also excluded, though the effects of mobile and subsea facilities are considered if they can lead to major accidents that affect an offshore installation. This document does not cover the construction, commissioning, abandonment or security risks associated with offshore installations. The decision to apply the requirements and guidance of this document, in full or in part, is intended to be based on an assessment of the likelihood and possible consequences of MA hazards.
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ISO/TR 19686-100:2016
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Petroleum products -- Equivalency of test method determining the same property -- Part 100: Background and principle of the comparison and the evaluation of equivalency
ISO/TR 19686-100:2016 describes the procedure for evaluation in order to determine the equivalency of test methods used on a global scale in quality specifications of petroleum products, lubricants, liquid fuels and gaseous fuels for transportation purposes. The result of the assessment on each property is presented in a separate part of ISO/TR 19686. This document is intended to guide laboratories that use one part of ISO/TR 19686 and wish to know if they can also use other parts.

ISO/TS 17225-8:2016
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Solid biofuels -- Fuel specifications and classes -- Part 8: Graded thermally treated and densified biomass fuels
ISO/TS 17225-8:2016 determines the fuel quality classes and specifications of graded densified solid biofuels produced from thermally treated biomass for non-industrial and industrial use. This document covers pellets and briquettes produced from the following raw materials (see ISO 17225‑1:2014, Table 1): - 1.1 Forest, plantation and other virgin wood; - 1.2 By-products and residues from wood processing industry; - 1.3.1 Chemically untreated used wood; - 2. Herbaceous biomass; - 3. Fruit biomass; - 4. Aquatic biomass. Subcategories of the above stated raw materials are included. ISO/TS 17225-8:2016 does not consider products, which are marketed as charcoal or as charcoal products. For these products, ISO 17225‑1:2014, Table 14 shall apply. NOTE 1 For thermally treated powder, ISO 17225‑1:2014, Table 15 or Table 16 may be used for specification. NOTE 2 Health, safety and environmental issues for solid biofuels are important and need special attention; however, they are outside the scope of this document.

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EVS-EN ISO 17776:2002
Identne ISO 17776:2000; EN ISO 17776:2002
Petroleum and natural gas industries - Offshore production installations - Guidelines on tools and techniques for hazard identification and risk assessment
This International Standard describes some of the principal tools and techniques that are commonly used for the identification and assessment of hazards associated with offshore oil and gas exploration and production activities, including seismic and topographical surveys, drilling and well operations, field developement, operations, decommissioning and disposal together with the necessary logistical support of each of these activities.
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prEN 589
Identne prEN 589
Tähtaeg 3.03.2017
Automotive fuels - LPG - Requirements and test methods
This European Standard specifies requirements and test methods for marketed and delivered automotive liquefied petroleum gas (LPG). It is applicable to automotive LPG for use in LPG engine vehicles designed to run on automotive LPG. NOTE For the purposes of this European Standard, the terms "% (m/m)" and "% (V/V)" are used to represent respectively the mass fraction, µ, and the volume fraction, φ. WARNING - Attention is drawn to the risk of fire and explosion when handling LPG and to the hazard to health which arises through inhalation of excessive amounts of LPG. LPG is a highly volatile hydrocarbon liquid which is normally stored under pressure. If the pressure is released large volumes of gas will be produced which form flammable mixtures with air over the range of approximately 2 % (V/V) to 10 % (V/V). This European Standard involves the sampling, handling and testing of LPG. All procedures should be conducted away from sources of ignition such as naked flames, unprotected electrical equipment and electrostatic hazards. Testing should be performed as far as practicable under an electrically-safe ventilation hood. LPG in liquid form can cause cold burns to the skin. Protective clothing such as gloves and goggles need to be worn if contact with the skin is possible. Unnecessary inhalation of LPG vapour will be avoided. The operator will not be exposed to atmospheres containing more than 1 800 mg/m3 over an 8 h time-weighted average (TWA) reference period, or more than 2 250 mg/m3 over a short-term, 10 min reference period. One of the tests described in this European Standard involves the operator inhaling a mixture of air and LPG vapour. Particular attention is drawn to the cautionary statement provided in A.1, where this method is referred to.
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