The following scientific, industrial and governmental organizations and departmentswere officially represented on the committee entrusted with the preparation of thisstandard:Australian Corrosion AssociationAustralasian Institute of Mining and MetallurgyAustralian Gas AssociationAustralian Institute for EnergyAustralian Institute of Non-Destructive TestingAustralian Institute of PetroleumAustralian Liquefied Petroleum Gas AssociationAustralian Petroleum Exploration AssociationAustralian Pipelines Industry AssociationAustralian Welding InstituteAustralian Welding Research AssociationBureau of Steel Manufacturers of AustraliaDepartment of Industrial Relations, N.S.W.Department of Minerals and Energy, VictoriaDepartment of Mines and Energy, S.A.Department of Mines, QueenslandDepartment of Mines, W.A.Energy Authority of New South WalesInstitution of Engineers, AustraliaInstitute of Petroleum, U.K.Metal Trades Industry Association of AustraliaNational Association of Australian State Road AuthoritiesNew South Wales Institute of TechnologyPipelines Authority of South AustraliaRailways of Australia CommitteeSnowy Mountains Engineering CorporationThe Pipeline AuthorityThis standard, prepared by Committee ME/38, Gas Liquid Petroleum Piping Systems,was approved on behalf of the Council of the Standards Association of Australia on4 November 1981, and was published on 21 December 1981.
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This standard was issued in draft form for public review as DR 81158.
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