API RP 14J (R). Recommended Practice for Design and Hazards Analysis for Offshore Production Facilities. standard by American. Recommended Practice for. Design and Hazards Analysis for Offshore Production Facilities. Upstream Segment. API RECOMMENDED PRACTICE 14J (RP 14J). Download Citation on ResearchGate | An Overview of API RP 75 and RP 14J | In , American Petroleum Institute (API) committees completed the task of.
|Genre:||Health and Food|
|Published (Last):||4 July 2006|
|PDF File Size:||1.28 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||2.37 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Log in to your subscription Username. Peer reviewed only Published between: Advanced search Show search help.
Log in to your subscription
Rock Mechanics Symposium and 5th U. Proceedings of an international conference Diverless and Deepwater Techology: Proceedings of an international conference Oceanology: Proceedings of an International Conference Submersible Technology: Proceedings of an international conference Subsea Controls and Data Acquisition ‘ Velez Shell Offshore Inc C.
Liles American Petroleum Institute K. Satterlee Shell Offshore Inc. Offshore Technology Conference Disciplines 7.
RP 14J provides guidance information on process and mechanical design analysis and presents methodologies for hazards zpi of offshore production facilities. The two RPs provide excellent tools for use by owners, operators, and contractors who manage, design, and operate OCS facilities.
An overview of API RP 75 and RP 14J|INIS
The MMS will monitor the oil and gas industty’s voluntaty implementation and compliance with Ai 75 to determine if future regulatory activity is required. References and tables at end of paper.
The two RPs are: This concept is intended to address recommendations identified by a study performed by a Marine Board committee of the National Research Council in The Marine Board’s key findings and recommendations included: In this sense, it fulfills MMS’S statutory mission. On the other hand,the OCSLA carries a broad mandate to promote safety of life and property and to protect the environment.
The Marine Board believes that bythis measure the MMS effort is not totally successful, particularly in the light of greater public expectations regarding safety and environmental protection that have emerged since the OCSLA was amended in In any event, changes inthe OCS operating environment including aging platforms, more complex systems and operations, activities in deeper water at greater distances from shore, and changing characteristics of operating companies have created a need to upgrade the MMS inspection program in order to sustain in the future the generally good.