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ABS American Bureau of Shipping
ABNT Associação Brasileira de Normas Técnicas
AFNOR Association Française de Normalisation
ASME American Society of Mechanical Engineers
ANSI American National Standards Institute
API American Petroleum Institute
AWWA American Water Works Association
BS British Standards
CEN European Committee for Standardization
CSA Canadian Standards Association
DNV Det Norske Veritas (Norway)
DIN German Institute for Standardization
EEMUA Engineering Equipment & Materials Users' Association
EFC European Federation of Corrosion
EN European Norm
GCC Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf
GSO Gulf Standardization Organization for the Cooperation Council for the Gulf Arab States
IEC International Electrotechnical Commission
IMO International Maritime Organization
EEMUA Instrumentation and Control Committee
IS Indian Standard
ISO International Organization for Standardization
NACE National Association of Corrosion Engineers (US)
NF National French Standard
NORSOK Norwegian Competitive Position on the Continental Shelf
NPD Norwegian Petroleum Directorate
NS Norwegian Standard
OCIMF Oil Companies International Marine Forum
OCMA Oil Companies Materials Association
OGP International Association of Oil & Gas Producers
OLF Norwegian Oil Industry Association
PAS Publicly Available Specification (ISO)
PIP Process Industry Practices (US)
PSA Petroleum Safety Authority (Norway)
RAL German Reichsausschuß für Lieferbedingungen und Gütesicherung
SDO Standards Developing Organization
SFS Finnish Standards Association
SSPC Society for Protective Coatings (US)
STG Specific Technology Groups
TBL Federation of Norwegian Manufacturing Industries
TEG Technology Exchange Groups
TC Technical Committee
TF Task Force
TG Task Group
UKOOA UK Offshore Operator Association (Now UK Oil & Gas)
VDI Association of German Engineers
WG Working Group
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Table of Contents
1 – Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1
2 – Available coating standards (identified so far) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
2.1 General. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
2.2 Coating standards specifcally available for the oil & gas industry . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2
2.3 Generally applicable coating or related standards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4
2.4 OGP Catalogue of standards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
3 – ISO/TC67 coating related standards work . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
3.1 General. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
3.2 ISO/TC67/WG8 Materials, corrosion, welding and joining and NDT . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
3.3 ISO/TC 67/SC 2 WG 14 External pipeline protective coatings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
3.4 ISO/TC 67/SC 2/WG 19 Wet thermal insulation coatings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
4 – ISO/TC35 Paints and varnishes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
5 – ISO/TC107 Metallic and other inorganic coatings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
6 – ISO/TC56 Corrosion of metals and alloys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
7 – API standard committees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20
8 – ASTM standard committees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
9 – CEN/TC12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
10 – CEN/TC139 Paints and varnishes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
11 – CEN/TC219 Cathodic protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
12 – DIN/NA002 Coatings and Coating Materials standards committee . . . . . . . . 22
13 – ECISS/TC29 Steel tubes and fittings for steel tubes . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
14 – EEMUA (UK) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
15 – European Federation of Corrosion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
16 – Energy Institute . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
17 – Gulf Standards Organistion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
18 – IMO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
19 – NACE standards committee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
20 – NORSOK standards committee – Standards Norway. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
21 – Process Industry Practices (PIP) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
22 – Society for Protective Coatings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
23 – Company specification. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
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Te International Association of Oil & Gas Producers (OGP) organised a workshop in 2008 for the
(thin flm) coating specialists of OGP members with the objective:
• To arrange for global networking of the coating technology specialists of OGP members.
• Share coating experience.
• Review and discuss the available coating standards, ongoing work and existing company speci-
fcations related to this discipline.
• Evaluate the needs for improvements of available industry, national or regional standards or
company specifcations and harmonisation with international standards in this area.
• To evaluate the need for new coating standards work in the upstream oil & gas industry, eg in
the ISO area.
• Discuss continued OGP networking eforts.
Standards for corrosion protection by thick rubber or thermo plastic coatings are seen as separate
issues and not (completely) included herein.
Te purpose of this report is to provide an overview of the available and relevant international,
regional, national and industry coating and painting related standards for or used by the oil and gas
industries and a summary of technical committee work presently ongoing for this area as seen by the
participants of this workshop.
Tis report was initially prepared for the workshop mentioned above and it has since been updated
by the OGP Coatings Standards Task Force, established afer the workshop. Text in this report
is frequently taken from the open websites of the diferent standards development organisations
described herein.
Tis report documents the fact fnding mission that followed the workshop with the intent to serve
as part of the basis for evaluation of further standards work for the OGP members and interested
suppliers in this area.
Proposals for supplements or corrections of this report are welcome; please email publications@ogp.org.uk
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2.1 General
Te primary and specifc coating standards for the oil & gas industry are singled out in paragraph
2.2 below, as these standards are the responsibility of the coating experts of the oil & gas industry
community to develop and maintain, and nobody else.
Many of the references in 2.3 below are generally applicable coating and paint related standards not
specifcally made for the oil & gas industry, but they are frequently used by the coating discipline
and hence listed to check if they are commonly referenced by the global oil & gas industry for their
individual and specifc purposes.
2.2 Coating standards specifcally available for the oil & gas industry
API Bull 91 Planning and Conducting Surface Preparation and Coating Operations
for Oil and Natural Gas Drilling and Production Facilities in a Marine
Environment
API RP 5L2 RP for Internal Coating of Line Pipe for Non-Corrosive Gas Transmission
Service
API RP 5L7 RP for Un-primed Internal Fusion Bonded Epoxy Coating of Line Pipe
API RP 5L9 External Fusion Bounded Epoxy Coating of Line Pipe
API RP 652 Linings of Aboveground Petroleum Storage Tank Bottoms
API 1160 Managing system integrity for hazardous liquid pipelines
API 2217A Guidelines for Work in Inert Confined Spaces in the Petroleum Industry
ASTM 06.02 Paint-Products and Applications; Protective Coatings; Pipeline Coatings
ASTM G 8 Test method for cathodic disbanding of pipeline coatings
ASTM G14 Standard Test Method for Impact Resistance of Pipeline Coatings (Fall-
ing Weight Test).
ASTM G17 Standard Test Method for Penetration Resistance of Pipeline Coatings
(Blunt Rod).
DNV RP-F102 Pipeline field joint coating and field repair of line pipe coating
DNV RP–F106 Factory applied external pipeline coatings for corrosion control.
EN 10288 Steel Tubes and Fittings for Onshore and Offshore Pipelines - External
Two Layer Extruded Polyethlene Based Coatings
EN 10289 Steel Tubes and Fittings for Onshore and Offshore Pipelines - External
Liquid Applied Epoxy and Epoxy-Modified Coatings
EN 10290 Steel Tubes and Fittings for Onshore and Offshore Pipelines External
Liquid Applied Polyurethane and Polyurethane-Modified Coatings
EN 10300 Steel tubes and fittings for onshore and offshore Pipelines - Bituminous
hot applied materials for external coating
EN 10301 Steel tubes and fittings for on and offshore pipelines - Internal coating
for the reduction of friction for conveyance of non corrosive gas
EN 10310 Steel tubes and fittings for onshore and offshore pipelines - Internal and
external polyamide powder based coatings
EN 10329 Steel tubes and fittings for onshore and offshore pipelines - External
field joint coatings
EEMUA 194 Guidelines for Materials Selection and Corrosion Control for Subsea
Oil and Gas Production Equipment
ISO 15741 Paints and varnishes - Friction-reduction coatings for the interior of on-
and offshore steel pipelines for non-corrosive gases
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ISO 20340 Paints and varnishes – Performance requirements for protective paint
systems for offshore and related structures
ISO 21809 Petroleum and natural gas industries – External coatings for buried or
submerged pipelines used in pipeline transportation systems:
Part 1: Polyolefin coatings (3-layer PE and 3-layer PP) (In preparation)
Part 2: Fusion-bonded epoxy coatings (issued 2007)
Part 3: Field joint coatings (issued 2008)
Part 4: Polyethylene coatings (2-Layer PE) (In preparation)
Part 5: External concrete coatings (In preparation)
NACE 30105 Electrical Isolation/Continuity and Coating Issues for Offshore Pipeline
Cathodic Protection Systems
NACE RP0105 Standard Recommended Practice Liquid-Epoxy Coatings for External
Repair, Rehabilitation, and Weld Joints on Buried Steel Pipelines
NACE RP-0176 Corrosion Control of Steel, Fixed Offshore Platforms Associated with
Petroleum Production
NACE RP0178 Fabrication Details, Surface Finish Requirements, and Proper Design
Considerations for Tanks and Vessels to be Lined for Immersion Sur-
face.
NACE RP0188 Discontinuity (Holiday) Testing of Protective Coatings
NACE RP0191 Application of Internal Plastic Coatings for Oilfield Tubular Goods and
Accessories
NACE RP0193 External Cathodic Protection of On-Grade Carbon Steel Storage Tank
Bottoms
NACE RP0198 Control of Corrosion Under Thermal Insulation and Fireproofing Materi-
als - A Systems Approach
NACE RP0274 High-Voltage Electrical Inspection of Pipeline Coatings
NACE RP0303 Standard Recommended Practice Field-Applied Heat-Shrinkable
Sleeves for Pipelines: Application, Performance, and Quality Control
NACE RP0304 Design, Installation, and Operation of Thermoplastic Liners for Oilfield
Pipelines
NACE RP0375 Field-Applied Underground Wax Coating Systems for Underground
Pipelines: Application, Performance, and Quality Control
NACE RP0394 Application, Performance, and Quality Control of Plant-Applied,
Fusion-Bonded Epoxy External Pipe Coating
NACE RP0399 Plant Applied, External Coal Tar Enamel Pipe Coating Systems: Appli-
cation, Performance, and Quality Control
NACE RP0402 Field-Applied Fusion-Bonded Epoxy (FBE) Pipe Coating Systems for
Girth Weld Joints: Application, Performance, and Quality Control
NACE RP0602 Field-Applied Coal Tar Enamel Pipe Coating Systems: Application,
Performance, and Quality Control
NACE RP0892 Coatings and Linings over Concrete for Chemical Immersion and Con-
tainment Service
NACE SP0108 Corrosion Control of Offshore Structures by Protective Coatings
NACE SP0169 Control of External Corrosion on Underground or Submerged Metallic
Piping Systems
NACE SP0181 Liquid-Applied Internal Protective Coatings for Oilfield Production
Equipment
NACE SP0185 Extruded Polyolefin Resin Coating Systems with Soft Adhesives for
Underground or Submerged Pipe
NACE SP0490 Holiday Detection of Fusion-Bonded Epoxy External Pipeline Coatings
of 250 to 760 um (10 to 30 Mils)
NACE TM0102 Measurement of Protective Coating Electrical Conductance on Under-
ground Pipelines
NACE TM0104 Offshore Platform Ballast Water Tank Coating System Evaluation
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NACE TM0105 Test Procedures for Organic-Based Conductive Coating Anodes for Use
on Concrete Structures
NACE TM0174 Laboratory Methods for the Evaluation of Protective Coatings and Lin-
ings Materials on Metallic Substrates in Immersion Service
NACE TM0185 Evaluation of Internal Plastic Coatings for Corrosion Control of Tubular
Goods by Autoclave Testing
NACE TM0186 Holiday Detection of Internal Tubular Coatings of 250 to 760μm (10 to
30 Mils) Dry Film Thickness
NACE TM0204 Exterior Protective Coatings for Seawater Immersion Service
NACE TM0299 Corrosion Control and Monitoring in Seawater Injection Systems
NACE TM0304 Offshore Platform Atmospheric and Splash Zone Maintenance Coating
System Evaluation
NACE TM0384 Holiday Detection of Internal Tubular Coatings of Less Than 250
Micrometers (10 mils) Dry-Film Thickness
NACE TM0404 Offshore Platform Atmospheric and Splash Zone New Construction
Coating System Evaluation
NORSOK M-501 Surface preparation and protective coating
2.3 Generally applicable coating or related standards
ABS 49 The Inspection, Maintenance and Application of Marine Coating Sys-
tems
ABS 153 Guide for the Class Notation Coating performance standard
AFNOR NF M87-803 Oil industry - Ballast coating for pipes - Implementation.
AFNOR NF M88-516 Steel tanks with outside concrete coating for underground storage of
mineral oils.
ANSI A13.1 Scheme for identification of piping systems
ANSI Z535.1 Safety Color Code
API/EI Std 1541 Performance requirements for protective coating systems used in avia-
tion fuel storage tanks & piping
ASTM A 123/A123M Zinc (Hot-Dip Galvanized) Coatings on Iron and Steel Products
ASTM A 143 Safeguarding Against Embrittlement of Hot-Dip, Galvanized Structural
Steel Products
ASTM A 153/A153M Zinc Coating (Hot-Dip) on Iron and Steel Hardware
ASTM A 385 Standard Specification for Zinc Dust Pigment
ASTM A 392 Specification for zinc-coated steel chain-link fence fabric.
ASTM A 780 Specification for repair of damaged hot-dip galvanized coatings.
ASTM A 972/A972M Standard Specification for Fusion Bonded Epoxy Coated Pipe Piles
ASTM B 117 Standard Practice for Operating Salt Spray (fog) Apparatus
ASTM C633 Standard Test Method for Adhesion or Cohesion Strength of Thermal
Spray Coatings (NOTE - often preferred by thermal sprayers to ASTM
D4541).
ASTM D16 Standard Terminology for Paint, Related Coatings, Materials, and
Applications
ASTM D 521 Test methods for chemical analysis of zinc dust (metallic zinc powder)
ASTM D 570 Standard test method for water absorption of plastics
ASTM D 610 Standard Test Method for Evaluating Degree of Rusting on Painted Steel
Surfaces.
ASTM D 638 Standard Test Method for Tensile Properties of Plastics
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ASTM D 823 Method of producing films of uniform thickness of paint, varnish, lac-
quer and related products on test panels
ASTM D 1000 Method of testing pressure sensitive adhesive coated tapes used for
electrical insulation
ASTM D 1141 Specification for substitute ocean water
ASTM D 1186 Standard Test Methods for Non-Destructive Measurement of Dry Film
Thickness of Non-Magnetic Coatings Applied to a Ferrous Base.
ASTM D 1200 Test method for viscosity of paints, varnishes and lacquers by Ford
viscosity cup
ASTM D 1212 Standard Test Methods for Measurement of Wet Film Thickness of
Organic Coatings
ASTM D 3276 Standard Guide for Painting Inspectors (Metal Substrates)
ASTM D 1640 Standard Test Methods for Drying, Curing, or Film Formation of
Organic Coatings at Room Temperature
ASTM D 2092 Practices for preparation of zinc-coated galvanized steel structures for
paint
ASTM D 2240 Standard Test Method for Rubber Property—Durometer Hardness
ASTM D 2369 Test method for volatile content of coatings
ASTM D 2371 Test method for pigment content of solvent-reducible paints
ASTM D 3359 Method for measuring adhesion by tape test
ASTM D 3418 Standard Test Method for Transition Temperatures and Enthalpies of
Fusion and Crystallization of Polymers by Differential Scanning Calor-
imetry
ASTM D3451 Standard Guide for Testing Coating Powders and Powder Coatings
ASTM D 4060 Standard test method for abrasion resistance of organic coatings by the
Taber abraser
ASTM D4228 Standard Practice for Qualification of Coating Applicators for Applica-
tion of Coatings to Steel Surfaces.
ASTM D 4285 Test method for indicating oil or water in compressor air
ASTM D 4414 Standard Practice for Measurement of Wet Film Thickness by Notch
Gages
ASTM D 4417 Method C Test method for Field Measurement of Surface Profile
ASTM D 4541 Test method for pull-off strength of coatings using portable adhesion
testers.
ASTM D 4752 Standard Test Method for Measuring MEK Resistance of Ethyl Silicate
(Inorganic) Zinc-Rich Primers by Solvent Rub.
ASTM D 4940 Standard Test Method for Conductimetric Analysis of Water Soluble
Ionic Contamination of Blasting Abrasives
ASTM D5144 Standard Guide for Use of Protective Coating Standards in Nuclear
Power Plants
ASTM D7490 Standard Test Method for Measurement of the Surface Tension of Solid
Coatings, Substrates and Pigments using Contact Angle Measurements
ASTM E 337 Standard Test Method for Measuring Humidity with a Psychrometer
(Wet and Dry Bulb Temperatures)
ASTM F 21 Standard Test Method for Hydrophobic Surface Films by Atomiser Test
ASTM G 53 Recommended practice for operating light – and water – exposure
apparatus (fluorescent UV-condensation type) for exposure of nonmetal-
lic materials
ASTM G65 Standard Test Method for Measuring Abrasion Using the Dry Sand/
Rubber Wheel Apparatus
ASTM G99 Standard Test Method for Wear Testing with a Pin-on-Disk Apparatus
AWWA C-203 Coal tar protective coatings and linings for steel water pipelines-
enamel and tape-hot applied
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AWWA C213 Standard for Fusion-Bonded Epoxy Coating for the Interior and Exterior
of Steel Water Lines
BS 381C Colour for Identification, Coding and Special Purposes
BS 1710 Identification of Pipelines and Services
BS 2451 Chilled Iron, Shot and Grit
BS 2482 Whirling Hygrometers
BS 3900 Methods for Testing Coatings
BS 4164 Specification for coal tar based, hot applied coating materials for
protecting iron and steel including suitable primers.
BS 4800 Specification for Paint Colours for Building Purposes
BS 5378 Safety Signs and Colours: Colour and Design.
BS 5493 Code of Practice for Protective Coating of Iron and Steel against Corro-
sion
BS 5973 Code of Practice for Access and Working Scaffolds and Special Scaf-
fold Structures in Steel
BS 6374 Lining of Equipment with Polymeric Materials for the Process Industries
CSA–Z245.20-06 External Fusion Bond Epoxy Coating for Steel Pipe
CSA Z245.21-06 External polyethylene coating for pipe
DIN 32521 Acceptance test and quality control for thermal spraying equipment.
DNV CN 33.1 Corrosion prevention of tanks and holds
DNV OS–F101 Submarine pipeline systems
EFC 20 Organic and Inorganic Coatings for Corrosion Prevention - Research
and Experience
EFC 54 Innovative pre-treatment techniques to prevent corrosion of metallic
surfaces
EN Standards CEN has adopted most of the ISO standards issued by ISO/TC35
Paints and varnishes, but for simplicity they are not shown here. Go to
www.cen.eu for individual standards title references.
EN 582 Thermal spraying. Determination of tensile adhesive strength
EN 1403 Corrosion protection of metals - Electrodeposited coatings - Method of
specifying general requirements
EN 10142 Specification for continuously hot-dip zinc coated low carbon steel
sheet and strip for cold forming: technical delivery conditions
EN 10147 Continuously hot-dip zinc coated structural steels strip and sheet. Tech-
nical delivery conditions
EN 10240 Internal and/or External Protective Coatings for Steel Tubes - Specifica-
tion for Hot Dip Galvanized Coatings Applied in Automatic Plants
EN 12540 Corrosion protection of metals - Electrodeposited coatings of nickel,
nickel plus chromium, copper plus nickel and copper plus nickel plus
chromium
EN 13143 Metallic and other inorganic coatings - Definitions and conventions
concerning porosity
EN 13144 Metallic and other inorganic coatings – Method for quantitative meas-
urement of adhesion by tensile test
EN 22063 Metallic and Other Inorganic Coatings – Thermal Spraying
IMO MSC.215(82) Performance standard for protective coatings for dedicated seawater
ballast tanks in all types of ships and double-side skin spaces of bulk
carriers
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IMO MSC.244(83) Performance standard for protective coatings for void spaces on bulk
carriers and oil tankers
IMO A.798(19) Guidelines for the selection, application and maintenance of corrosion
prevention systems of dedicated seawater ballast tanks
IMO MSC.1/Circ.1279 Guidelines for corrosion protection of permanent means of access
arrangements
IMO MSC.1/Circ.1330 Guidelines for maintenance and repair of protective coatings
IS-5 Colour coding
IS-101 Methods for test for ready mixed paints and enamels
IS-2379 Indian Standard for Pipe line identification-colour code
ISO 62 Plastics – Determination of water absorption
ISO 179-2 Plastics – Determination of Charpy impact properties – Part 2: Instru-
mented impact test
ISO 306 Plasctics – Thermoplastic materials – Determination of Vicat softening
temperature
ISO 527-1 Plastics – Determination of tensile properties – Part 1: General princi-
ples
ISO 527-2 Plastics – Determination of tensile properties – Part 2: Test conditions for
moulding and extrusion plastics
ISO 787-10 General methods of test for pigments and extenders - Part 10: Determi-
nation of density. Pyknometer method
ISO 868 Plastics and ebonite – Determination of indentation hardness by means
of a Durometer (Shore hardness)
ISO 1133 Plastics – Determination of the melt-mass flow rate (MFR) and melt-
volume flow rate (MVR) of thermoplastics
ISO 1183 Plastics-Test method for determinig the density and relative density of
non-cellular plastics
ISO 1461 Metallic coatings - Hot-dip galvanised coating on fabricated ferrous
products
ISO 1512 Paints and varnishes – Sampling of products in liquid or paste forms
ISO 1513 Paints and varnishes – Examination and preparation of samples for test-
ing
ISO 1514 Paints and varnishes – Standard panels for testing
ISO 1516 Paints and varnishes – Closed cup equilibrium method
ISO 1517 Paints and varnishes – Surface-drying test – Ballotini method
ISO 1519 Paints and varnishes – Bend test (cylindrical mandrel)
ISO 1524 Paints and varnishes – Determination of fineness of grind
ISO 2063 Thermal Spraying - Metallic and Other Inorganic Coatings - Zinc, Alu-
minium and Their Alloys
ISO 2080 Metallic and other inorganic coatings – Surface treatment, metallic and
other inorganic coatings – Vocabulary
ISO 2409 Paints and varnishes – Cross-cut test
ISO 2431 Paints and varnishes – Determination of flow time by use of flow cups
ISO 2555 Plastics – Resins in the liquid state or as emulsions or dispersions –
Determination of apparent viscosity by the Brookfield Test method
ISO 2808 Paints and varnishes - Determination of film thickness
ISO 2811 Paints and varnishes – Determination of density
ISO 2812 Paints and varnishes - Determination of resistance to liquids
ISO 2813 Paints and varnishes – Determination of specular gloss of non-metallic
paint films at 20 degrees, 60 and 85 degrees.
ISO 2814 Paints and varnishes - Comparison of contrast ratio (hiding power) of
paint of the same type and colour
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ISO 2815 Paint and Varnishes – Buchholz Indentation Test Method
ISO 2632 Roughness Comparison Specimens, Cast Surfaces
ISO 2808 Paints and varnishes – Determination of film thickness
ISO 2814 Paints and varnishes - Comparison of contrast ratio (hiding power) of
paint of the same type and colour
ISO 3001 Plastics – Epoxy compounds – Determination of epoxy equivalent
ISO 3231 Paints and varnishes – Determination of resistance to humid atmos-
pheres containing sulphur dioxide
ISO 3233 Coating and varnishes determination of volume of dry coating obtained
from a given volume of liquid coating
ISO 3251 Paints and varnishes –Determination of non-volatile matter of paints,
varnishes and binders for paints and varnishes
ISO 3549 Zinc dust pigments for paints – Specifications and test methods
ISO 3678 Paints and varnishes - Print-free test
ISO 3892 Conversion coatings on metallic materials - Determination of coating
mass per unit area - Gravimetric methods
ISO 4287 Geometrical Product Specifications (GPS) – Surface texture: Profile
method – Terms, definitions and surface texture parameters
ISO 4541 Metallic and other non-organic coatings - Corrodkote corrosion test
ISO 4543 Metallic and other non-organic coatings - General rules for corrosion
tests applicable for storage conditions
ISO 4623 Paints and varnishes – Determination of resistance to filiform corrosion
ISO 4624 Paints and varnishes - Pull-off test for adhesion
ISO 4628 Paints and varnishes - Evaluation of degradation of paint coatings Des-
ignation of intensity, quantity and size of common types of defect
ISO 4892-2 Plastics - Methods of exposure to laboratory light sources - Part 2:
Xenon-arc lamps
ISO 4998 Continuous hot-dip zinc-coated carbon steel sheet of structural quality
ISO 6270 Paints and varnishes – Determination of resistance to humidity
ISO 6860 Paints and varnishes – Bend test (conical mandrel)
ISO 6964 Polyolefine pipes and fittings: Determination of carbon black content by
calcinations and pyrolysis: Test method and basic principles
ISO 7253 Paints and Varnishes – Determination of Resistance to Neutral Salt
Spray.
ISO 7724 Paints and varnishes. Determination of colour and colour difference
ISO 8130-6 Coating powders – Part 6- Determination of gel time of thermosetting
coating powders at a given temperature
ISO 8401 Metallic coatings - Review of methods of measurement of ductility
ISO 8403 Metallic coatings - Coatings anodic to the substrate - Rating of test
specimens subjected to corrosion tests
ISO 8302 Thermal insulation-Determination of steady state thermal resistance and
related properties-Guarded hot plate apparatus
ISO 8501 Preparation of steel substrates before application of paints and related
products - Visual assessment of surface cleanliness –
Part 1: Rust grades and preparation grades of uncoated steel substrates
and of steel substrates after overall removal of previous coatings
Part 2: Preparation grades of previously coated steel substrates after
localized removal of previous coatings
Part 3: Preparation grades of welds, edges and other areas with sur-
face imperfections
Part 4: Initial surface conditions, preparation grades and flash rust
grades in connection with high-pressure water jetting
ISO 8502 Preparation of steel substrates before application of paints and related
products – Test for the assessment of surface cleanliness
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Part 2: Laboratory determination of chloride on cleaned surfaces
Part 3: Assessment of dust on steel surfaces prepared for painting
(pressure-sensitive tape method)
Part 4: Guidance on the estimation of the probability of condensation
prior to paint application
Part 5: Measurement of chloride on steel surfaces prepared for paint-
ing (ion detection tube method)
Part 6: Extraction of soluble contaminants for analysis - The Bresle
method
Part 8: Field method for the refractometric dedetermination of moisture
Part 9: Field method for the conductometric determination of water-
soluble salts
Part 11: Field method for the turbidimetric determination of water-solu-
ble sulfate
Part 12: Field method for the titrimetric determination of water-soluble
ferrous ions
ISO 8503 Preparation of steel substrates before application of paints and related
products - Surface roughness characteristics of blast cleaned substrates.
Part 1: Specifications and definitions for ISO surface profile compara-
tors for the assessment of abrasive blast-cleaned surfaces
Part 2: Method for the grading of surface profile of abrasive blast-
cleaned steel - Comparator procedure
Part 3: Method for the calibration of ISO surface profile comparators
and for the determination of surface profile - Focusing microscope
procedure
Part 4: Method for the calibration of ISO surface profile comparators
and for the determination of surface profile - Stylus instrument proce-
dure
Part 5: Replica tape method for the determination of the surface
profile
ISO 8504 Preparation of steel substrates before application of paints and related
products - Surface preparation methods
Part 1: General principles
Part 2: Abrasive blast cleaning.
Part 3: Hand- and power-tool cleaning
ISO 9220 Metallic coatings - Measurement of coating thickness - Scanning elec-
tron microscope method
ISO 9223 Corrosion of metals and alloys. Atmospheres’ corrosivity. Classification
ISO 9227 Corrosion tests in artificial atmospheres – Salt spray tests
ISO 10308 Metallic coatings – review of porosity test
ISO 11124 Preparation of steel substrates before application of paints and related
products – Specifications for metallic blast-cleaning abrasives – 4 parts
ISO 11125 Paints and varnishes – Preparation of steel substrates before application
of paints and related products. Test methods for metallic blast-cleaning
abrasives – 7 parts
ISO 11126 Preparation of steel substrates before application of paints and related
products – Specifications for non-metallic blast-cleaning abrasives – 8
parts
ISO 11127 Paints and varnishes – Preparation of steel substrates before application
of paints and related products. Test methods for non-metallic blast-
cleaning abrasives – 7 parts
ISO 11295 Guidance on the classification and design of plastics piping systems
used for renovation
ISO 11357-1 Plastics – Differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) – Part 1: General
principles
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ISO 11357-3 Plastics – Differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) – Part 3: Determina-
tion of temperature and enthalpy of melting and crystallization
ISO 12944 Paints and Varnishes – Corrosion protection of steel structures by pro-
tective paint systems
Part 1: General introduction
Part 2: Classification of environments
Part 3: Design considerations.
Part 4: Types of surface and surface preparation
Part 5: Protective paint systems
Part 6: Laboratory performance test methods
Part 7: Execution and supervision of paint work
Part 8: Development of specifications for new work and maintenance
ISO 14713 Protection Against Corrosion of Iron and Steel in Structures – Zinc and
Aluminium Coatings - Guidelines
ISO 14918 Thermal Spraying - Approval Testing of Thermal Sprayers
ISO 16348 Metallic and other inorganic coatings - Definitions and conventions
concerning appearance
ISO 19840 Paints and varnishes – Corrosion protection of steel structures by protec-
tive paint systems – Measurement of, and acceptance criteria for, the
thickness of dry film on rough surfaces
ISO 28199 Paints and varnishes - Evaluation of properties of coating systems
related to the application process – 3 parts
NACE 6A100 Coatings Used in Conjunction with Cathodic Protection
NACE 6A192 Dehumudification and Temperature Control During Surface Preparation,
Application, and Curing for Coatings/Linings of Steel Tanks, Vessels,
and Other Enclosed Areas
NACE 6A287 Electroless Nickel Coatings
NACE 6H188 Coatings over Nonabrasive-Cleaned Steel Surfaces
NACE 10D199 Coatings for the Repair and Rehabilitation of the External Coatings of
Buried Steel Pipelines
NACE 2103 Liquid-Applied Coatings for High-Temperature Atmospheric Service
NACE 37507 Corrosion Prevention by Protective Coatings
NACE 80200 Preparation of Protective Coating Specifications for Atmospheric Serv-
ice
NACE NO. 4 Brush-Off Blast Cleaning
NACE NO. 5 Surface Preparation and Cleaning of Metals by Waterjetting Prior to
Recoating
NACE NO. 8 Industrial Blast Cleaning
NACE NO. 11 Thin-Film Organic Linings Applied in New Carbon Steel Process Vessels
NACE RP0169 Standard Recommended Practice for Control of External Corrosion on
Underground or Submerged Metallic Piping Systems
NACE RP0188 Discontinuity (holiday) testing of protective coatings
NACE RP 0274 High voltage electrical inspection of pipeline coatings prior to installa-
tion
NACE RP0287 Field Measurements of Surface Profile of Abrasive Blast Cleaned Steel
Surface Using Replica Tape.
NACE RP0394 Standard Recommended Practice for Application, Performance and
Quality Control of Plant Applied, Fusion-Bonded Epoxy External Pipe
Coating.
NACE RP0490 Standard Recommended Practice for Holiday Detection of Fusion-
Bonded Epoxy External Coating of 250 to 760 Microns (10 to 30 mils)
NACE RP0495 Guidelines for Qualifying Personnel as Abrasive Blasters and Coating
and Lining Applicators in the Rail Industries
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NACE SP0188 Discontinuity (Holiday) Testing of New Protective Coatings on Conduc-
tive Substrates
NACE TM0109 Aboveground Survey Techniques for the Evaluation of Underground
Pipeline Coating Condition
NACE TM0174 Laboratory Methods for the Evaluation of Protective Coatings and
Lining Materials on Metallic Substrates in Immersion Service
NACE TM0183 Evaluation of Internal Plastic Coatings for Corrosion Control of Tubular
Goods in an Aqueous Flowing Environment
NF A 49 710 External three layer polyethylene based coating
NF A 49 711 External triple layer polypropylene based coating – Appendix K: Test
for evaluating delamination resistance under negative polarization
NF T 34 550 Paints and varnishes- Corrosion protection of steel structures by protec-
tive paints systems – Specifications
NORSOK M-001 Material selection
NORSOK S-002 Working environment
NS 476 Paints and coatings - Approval and certification of surface treatment
inspectors
OCIMF International Safety Guide for Oil Tankers and Terminals
PIP CTCE1000 External Coating System Selection Criteria
PIP CTSC1000 Application of Coatings to Concrete
PIP CTSE1000 Application of External Coatings
PIP CTSL1000 Application of Internal Linings
PIP CTSU1000 Application of Underground Coatings
PIP CTEG1000 Guidelines for Use of Coatings Practices
PIP CTGG1000 Coatings Document Use Guideline
RAL 840 HR Deutschen Normen Auschuss
SIS 055900 Pictorial Surface Preparation Standards for Coating Steel Surfaces
SFS 8145 Anticorrosive painting, surface preparation methods of blast cleaned
and shop primer coated steel substrates and preparation grades for
respective treatments.
SSPC Volume 1 Good Painting Practice
SSPC Volume 2 Systems and Specifications
SSPC-SP COM, Surface Preparation Commentary for Steel and Concrete Substrates
SSPC-SP 1, Solvent Cleaning
SSPC-SP 2, Hand Tool Cleaning
SSPC-SP 3, Power Tool Cleaning
SSPC-SP 5/NACE No. 1 White Metal Blast Cleaning
SSPC-SP 6/NACE No. 3 Commercial Blast Cleaning
SSPC-SP 7/NACE No. 4 Brush-Off Blast Cleaning
SSPC-SP 8 Pickling
SSPC-SP 10/NACE No. 2 Near-White Blast Cleaning
SSPC-SP 11 Power Tool Cleaning to Bare Metal
SSPC-SP 12/NACE No. 5 Surface Preparation and Cleaning of Metals by Waterjetting Prior to
Recoating
SSPC-SP 13/NACE No. 6 Surface Preparation of Concrete
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SSPC-SP 14/NACE No. 8 Industrial Blast Cleaning
SSPC-SP 15 Commercial Grade Power Tool Cleaning
SSPC-TR 1/NACE 6G194 Thermal Pre-Cleaning
SSPC-TR 2/NACE 6G198 Wet Abrasive Blast Cleaning
SSPC-TR 3/NACE 6A192 Dehumidification and Temperature Control During Surface Preparation,
Application, and Curing for Coatings/Linings of Steel Tanks, Vessels,
and Other Enclosed Spaces
SSPC-TR 4/NACE 80200 Preparation of Protective Coating Specifications for Atmospheric Serv-
ice
SSPC-TR 5/ICRI 03741/NACE 02203
Design, Installation, and Maintenance of Protective Polymer Flooring
Systems for Concrete
SSPC-AB 1 Mineral and Slag Abrasives
SSPC-AB 2 Cleanliness of Recycled Ferrous Metallic Abrasives
SSPC-AB 3 Ferrous Metallic Abrasive
SSPC-PS 1.00 Guide for Selecting Oil Base Painting Systems
SSPC-PS 1.09 Three-Coat Oil Base Zinc Oxide Painting System (Without Lead or
Chromate Pigment)
SSPC-PS 1.10 Four-Coat Oil Base Zinc Oxide Painting System (Without Lead or Chro-
mate Pigment)
SSPC-PS 1.13 One-Coat Oil Base Slow Drying Maintenance Painting System (Without
Lead or Chromate Pigments)
SSPC-PS Guide 2.00 Guide for Selecting Alkyd Painting Systems
SSPC-PS Guide 4.00 Guide for Selecting Vinyl Painting Systems
SSPC-PS 4.02 Four-Coat Vinyl Painting System
SSPC-PS 4.04 Four-Coat White or Colored Vinyl Painting System (For Fresh Water,
Chemical, and Corrosive Atmospheres)
SSPC-PS Guide 7.00 Guide for Selecting One-Coat Shop Painting Systems
SSPC-PS Guide 8.00 Guide to Topcoating Zinc-Rich Primers
SSPC-PS 9.01 Cold-Applied Asphalt Mastic Painting System with Extra Thick Film
SSPC-PS 10.01 Hot-Applied Coal Tar Enamel Painting System
SSPC-PS 10.02 Cold-Applied Coal Tar Mastic Painting System
SSPC-PS 11.01 Black (or Dark Red) Coal Tar Epoxy-Polyamide Painting System
SSPC-PS Guide 12.00 Guide to Zinc-Rich Coating Systems
SSPC-PS 12.01 One Coat Zinc-Rich Painting System
SSPC-PS 13.01 Epoxy Polyamide Painting System
SSPC-PS 14.01 Steel Joist Shop Painting System
SSPC-PS Guide 15.00 Guide for Selecting Chlorinated Rubber Painting Systems
SSPC-PS 15.01 Chlorinated Rubber Painting System for Salt Water Immersion
SSPC-PS 15.02 Chlorinated Rubber Painting System for Fresh Water Immersion
SSPC-PS 15.03 Chlorinated Rubber Painting System for Marine and Industrial Atmos-
pheres
SSPC-PS 15.04 Chlorinated Rubber Painting System for Field Application Over a Shop-
Base Inorganic Zinc-Rich Primer
SSPC-PS 16.01 Silicone Alkyd Painting System for New Steel
SSPC-PS Guide 17.00 Guide for Selecting Urethane Painting Systems
SSPC-PS 18.01 Three-Coat Latex Painting System
SSPC-PS Guide 19.00 Guide for Selecting Painting Systems for Ship Bottoms
SSPC-PS Guide 20.00 Guide for Selecting Painting Systems for Boottoppings
SSPC-PS Guide 21.00 Guide for Selecting Painting Systems for Topsides
SSPC-PS Guide 22.00 Guide for Selecting One-Coat Preconstruction or Prefabrication Paint-
ing Systems
SSPC-CS 23.00/AWS C2.23M/NACE No. 12
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Specification for the Application of Thermal Spray Coatings (Metalliz-
ing) of Aluminum, Zinc, and Their Alloys and Composites for the Corro-
sion Protection of Steel
SSPC-PS 24.00 Latex Painting System for Industrial and Marine Atmospheres, Perform-
ance-Based
SSPC-PS 26.00 Aluminum Pigmented Epoxy Coating System Materials Specification,
Performance-Based
SSPC-PS 27.00 Alkyd Coating System Materials Specification, Performance-Based
SSPC-Paint COM Commentary on Paint Specifications
SSPC-Paint 8 Aluminum Vinyl Paint
SSPC-Paint 9 White (or Colored) Vinyl Paint
SSPC-Paint 15 Steel Joist Shop Primer/Metal Building Primer
SSPC-Paint 16 Coal Tar Epoxy-Polyamide Black (or Dark Red) Paint
SSPC-Paint 17 Chlorinated Rubber Inhibitive Primer
SSPC-Paint 18 Chlorinated Rubber Intermediate Coat Paint
SSPC-Paint 19 Chlorinated Rubber Topcoat Paint
SSPC-Paint 20 Zinc-Rich Coating, Type I - Inorganic and Type II - Organic
SSPC-Paint 21 White or Colored Silicone Alkyd Paint
SSPC-Paint 22 Epoxy Polyamide Paints (Primer, Intermediate, and Topcoat)
SSPC-Paint 23 Latex Primer for Steel Surfaces
SSPC-Paint 24 Latex Semigloss Exterior Topcoat
SSPC-Paint 25 Zinc Oxide, Alkyd, Linseed Oil Primer for Use Over Hand Cleaned
Steel
SSPC-Paint 25 BCS, Zinc Oxide, Alkyd, Linseed Oil Primer for Use Over Blast Cleaned
Steel
SSPC-Paint 26 Slow-Drying Linseed Oil Black Maintenance Primer (Without Lead or
Chromate Pigment)
SSPC-Paint 27 Basic Zinc Chromate-Vinyl Butyral Wash Primer
SSPC-Paint 28 Water-Borne Epoxy Primer for Steel Surfaces
SSPC-Paint 29 Zinc Dust Sacrificial Primer, Performance-Based
SSPC-Paint 30 Weld-Through Inorganic Zinc Primer
SSPC-Paint 31 Single-Package Water-Borne Alkyd Primer for Steel Surfaces, Perform-
ance-Based
SSPC-Paint 32 Coal Tar Emulsion Coating
SSPC-Paint 33 Coal Tar Mastic, Cold Applied
SSPC-Paint 34 Water-Borne Epoxy Topcoat for Steel Surfaces
SSPC-Paint 35 Medium Oil Alkyd Primer (Air Dry/Low Bake)
SSPC-Paint 36 Two-Component Weatherable Aliphatic Polyurethane Topcoat, Perform-
ance-Based
SSPC-Paint 37 Waterborne Epoxy Coating for Cementitious Substrates, Performance-
Based
SSPC-Paint 38 Single-Component Moisture-Cure Weatherable Aliphatic Polyurethane
Topcoat, Performance-Based
SSPC-Paint 39 Two-Component Aliphatic Polyurea Topcoat, Fast or Moderate Drying,
Performance-Based
SSPC-Paint 101 Aluminum Alkyd Paint
SSPC-Paint 102 Black Alkyd Paint
SSPC-Paint 104 White or Tinted Alkyd Paint
SSPC-Paint 106 Black Vinyl Paint
SSPC-Paint 108 High-Build Thixotropic Leafing Aluminum Paint
SSPC-PA COM Commentary on Paint Application Monitoring and Controlling Ambient
Conditions During Coating Operations
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SSPC-PA 1 Shop, Field, and Maintenance Painting of Steel
SSPC-PA 2 Measurement of Dry Coating Thickness with Magnetic Gages
SSPC-PA 3 A Guide to Safety in Paint Application
SSPC-PA Guide 4 Guide to Maintenance Repainting with Oil Base or Alkyd Painting
Systems
SSPC-PA Guide 5 Guide to Maintenance Coating of Steel Structures in Atmospheric Sur-
face
SSPC-PA 6/NACE No. 10 Fiberglass-Reinforced Plastic (FRP) Linings Applied to Bottoms of Carbon
Steel Aboveground Storage Tanks
SSPC-PA 7 Applying Thin Film Coatings to Concrete
SSPC-PA 8/NACE No. 11 Thin-Film Organic Linings Applied in New Carbon Steel Process Vessels
SSPC-QP COM Commentary on Qualification Procedures
SSPC-QP 1 Standard Procedure for Evaluating Painting Contractors (Field Applica-
tion to Complex Industrial Structures)
SSPC-QP 2 Standard Procedure for the Qualification of Painting Contractors (Field
Removal of Hazardous Coatings from Complex Structures)
SSPC-QP 3 Standard Procedure for Evaluating Qualifications of Shop Painting
Applicators
SSPC-QP 4 Standard Procedure for Evaluating the Qualifications of Contractors
Disturbing Hazardous Coatings During Demolition and Repair Work
SSPC-QP 5 Standard Procedure for Evaluating the Qualifications of Coating and
Lining Inspection Companies
SSPC-QP 6 Standard Procedure for Evaluating the Qualifications of Contractors
Who Apply Thermal Spray (Metallizing) for Corrosion Protection of
Steel and Concrete Structures
SSPC-QP 7 Procedure for Evaluating Painting Contractors with Limited Industrial
Work Experience
SSPC-QP 8 Standard Procedure for Evaluating the Qualifications of Contracting
Firms That Install Polymer Coatings and Surfacings on Concrete and
Other Cementitious Substrates
SSPC-QS 1 Standard Procedure for Evaluating a Contractor's Advanced Quality
Management System
SSPC-Guide 6 Guide for Containing Debris Generated During Paint Removal Opera-
tions
SSPC-Guide 7 Guide for the Disposal of Lead-Contaminated Surface Preparation
Debris
SSPC-Guide 9 Guide for Atmospheric Testing of Coatings in the Field
SSPC-Guide 10 Guide to Specifying Coatings Conforming to Volatile Organic Com-
pound (VOC) Content Requirements
SSPC-Guide 12 Guide for Illumination of Industrial Painting Projects
SSPC-Guide 13 Guide for the Identification and Use of Industrial Coating Materials in
Computerized Product Databases
SSPC-Guide 14 Guide for the Repair of Imperfections in Galvanized, Organic, or Inor-
ganic Zinc-Coated Steel Using Organic Zinc-Rich Coatings
SSPC-Guide 15 Field Methods for Retrieval and Analysis of Soluble Salts on Steel and
Other Nonporous Substrates
SSPC-Guide 16 Guide to Specifying and Selecting Dust Collectors
SSPC-Guide 17 Guide to Developing a Corporate Safety Program for Industrial Painting
and Coating Contractors
SSPC-TU 1 Surface-Tolerant Coatings for Steel
SSPC-TU 2 Design, Installation, and Maintenance of Coating Systems for Concrete
Used in Secondary Containment (NACE 6G197)
SSPC-TU 3 Overcoating
SSPC-TU 5 Accelerated Testing of Industrial Protective Coatings
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SSPC-TU 6 Chemical Stripping of Organic Coatings from Steel Structures
SSPC-TU 7 Conducting Ambient Air, Soil, and Water Sampling During Surface
Preparation and Paint Disturbance Activities
SSPC-TU 8 The Use of Isocyanate-Containing Paints as Industrial Maintenance
Coatings
SSPC-TU 9 Estimating Costs for Protective Coatings Projects
SSPC-TU 10 Procedures for Applying Thick Film Coatings and Surfacings Over
Concrete Floors
SSPC-TU 11 Inspection of Fluorescent Coating Systems
2.4 OGP Catalogue of standards
OGP Standards committee has developed a Catalogue of International – IEC and ISO – Standards
used in the petroleum and natural gas industries. Tis report lists about 1300 ISO standards and
700 IEC standards used by the OGP Standards committee member companies. For full catalogue
ref. OGP report № 362, January 2005 available at www.ogp.org.uk.
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3.1 General
ISO/TC67 “Materials, equipment and ofshore structures for the petroleum, petrochemical and
natural gas industry” is the main ISO committee for development of standards within the upstream
oil & gas industry. A number of the ISO standards developed are also applicable to the downstream
industry. ISO/TC67 enjoys good cooperation with API, ABNT, CEN, CSA, GSO, Rostechreguli-
rovanie (ex GOST), SAC and other standards development organisations which adopt many of the
ISO standards published.
3.2 ISO/TC67/WG8 Materials, corrosion, welding and joining and NDT
Following the OGP Materials Workshop 7-8 February 2007, it was proposed, balloted and agreed
within ISO to reactivate this WG, which is now well underway with its frst ISO standard on mate-
rials selection, ISO 21457. Statoil has the chair and the secretary is held by ABNT, Brazil.
Te present scope of WG8 include among others:
• to provide advice to ISO/TC 67 subcommittees and work groups on the selection of Standards
for materials, corrosion control, welding and joining and NDE, either ISO or others as appro-
priate at the time;
• to analyse the current and pending ISO/TC 67 design and equipment standards for references
to materials, corrosion control, welding and joining and NDE requirements in order to deter-
mine the gaps and overlaps;
• to identify possible new work items to fll the gaps;
• to propose rationalisation where overlaps exist, for example by identifying possible new work
items to harmonise the overlaps;
• to assist in the prioritisation of work items for materials, corrosion control, welding and joining
and NDE;
• to propose the initiation of new work items that are directly relevant to ISO/TC 67 and that
are specifcally in the felds of materials, corrosion control, welding and joining and NDE, and
to recommend where in ISO the work could be done most efciently;
• to propose liaisons, on behalf of ISO/TC 67, with other ISO TCs covering materials, corrosion
control, welding and joining and NDE, where it is necessary to ensure that the needs of ISO/
TC 67 are met.
Observation & comment: WG8 has one active new work item to develop an ISO 21457 for “Materi-
als selection and corrosion control for oil and gas production systems”. Te WG8 scope of work may
be considered to include coating standards (..corrosion control..) in general, but there is no work on
coating standards at present.
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3.3 ISO/TC 67/SC 2 WG 14 External pipeline protective coatings
Tis is a large and very active WG with fve task groups with the responsibility to develop a new
series of standards for external protective coatings for transport pipeline systems, ISO 21809, Petro-
leum and natural gas industries – External coatings for buried or submerged pipelines used in pipe-
line transportation systems, currently in 5 parts:
• WG14-1 Polyolefn coatings (3-layer PE & 3-layer PP)
• WG14-2 Fushion bonded epoxy coatings
• WG14-3 Field joint coatings
• WG14-4 Polyethylene coatings (2-layer PE)
• WG14-5 External concrete coatings
Observation & comment: SC2 has indicated that the work of WG14 needs more participation from
the end user companies.
3.4 ISO/TC 67/SC 2/WG 19 Wet thermal insulation coatings
Tis is a Joint WG between SC 2 and SC 4 of ISO/TC 67 that is just starting to develop an ISO
standard for this subject.
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Scope: Standardisation in the feld of paints, varnishes and related products, including raw materials.
Tis TC and its SCs have developed and published a large number of ISO standards (313 as of
November 2009). Te complete listing of these standards can be seen at this link: http://www.iso.org/
iso/iso_catalogue/catalogue_tc/catalogue_tc_browse.htm?commid=47962&published=on&includesc=true – TC35 list of
published standards.
Participating countries: 26
Observing countries: 47
For updated information, please visit http://www.iso.org/iso/standards_development/technical_com-
mittees/list_of_iso_technical_committees/iso_technical_committee_participation.htm?commid=47962.
Subcommittees and Working Groups:
TC 35/CAG Chairman's advisory group
TC 35/WG 1 Volatile organic compounds
TC 35/WG 2 Terminology
TC 35/SC 2 Pigments and extenders
TC 35/SC 9 General test methods for paints and varnishes
TC 35/SC 10 Test methods for binders for paints and varnishes
TC 35/SC 12 Preparation of steel substrates before application of paints and related
products
TC 35/SC 14 Protective paint systems for steel structures
TC 35/SC 14/WG 5 Protective paint systems
TC 35/SC 14/WG 6 Laboratory performance test methods
TC 35/SC 14/WG 9 Protective paint systems for offshore structures.
Observation & comment: Te latter of these WGs deals specifcally with coating standards for of-
shore structures, ISO 20340, that is largely based on references to ISO 12944.
4 – ISO/TC35 Paints and varnishes
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5 – ISO/TC107 Metallic and other inorganic coatings
Scope: as follows:
• Standardisation of the characteristics of protective and decorative metallic coating applied by
electrolysis, fusion, vacuum or chemical means, mechanical deposition, ion plating.
• Standardisation of the characteristics of protective and decorative non-metallic coatings
(excluding paints and other organic coatings) on metal surface applied by electrolysis, fusion,
vacuum or chemical means.
• Standardisation of testing and inspection methods for such coatings.
• Standardisation of the preparation of the substrates prior to the deposition of metallic and inor-
ganic coatings
Total number of published ISO standards related to the TC and its SCs: 122
For updated information, please visit http://www.iso.org/iso/iso_catalogue/catalogue_tc/catalogue_
tc_browse.htm?commid=51358&published=on&includesc=true.
Participating countries: 18
Observing countries: 24
For updated information, please visit http://www.iso.org/iso/standards_development/technical_com-
mittees/list_of_iso_technical_committees/iso_technical_committee_participation.htm?commid=51358.
Subcommittees and Working Groups:
TC 107/WG 1 Thermal spraying
TC 107/WG 2 Vitreous and porcelain enamel coatings
TC 107/WG 3 Terminology: surface treatment, metallic and other inorganic coatings
TC 107/SC 2 Test methods – STANDBY
TC 107/SC 3 Electrodeposited coatings and related finishes
TC 107/SC 4 Hot dip coatings (galvanized, etc.)
TC 107/SC 7 Corrosion tests
TC 107/SC 8 Chemical conversion coatings
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Scope: Standardisation in the feld of corrosion of metals and alloys including corrosion test meth-
ods and corrosion prevention methods. It also deals with the coordination of these activities within
ISO (WG8). Te secretariat has been transferred to China and the TC is working on a new business
plan. Document No. ISO/TC156/SG8 N260 of January 2009.
Total number of published ISO standards related to the TC and its SCs: 54
For updated information, please visit http://www.iso.org/iso/iso_catalogue/catalogue_tc/catalogue_
tc_browse.htm?commid=53264&published=on&includesc=true.
Participating countries: 19
Observing countries: 25
For updated information, please visit http://www.iso.org/iso/standards_development/technical_com-
mittees/list_of_iso_technical_committees/iso_technical_committee_participation.htm?commid=53264.
Committee structure (WG No., Title and Secretariat):
WG 1 Terminology SIS
WG 2 Stress corrosion cracking BSI
WG 4 Atmospheric corrosion testing and Classification of corrosivity of atmosphere CNI
WG 5 Intergranular corrosion GOST R
WG 6 General principles for testing and data interpretation SIS
WG 7 Accelerated corrosion tests SIS
WG 8 Coordination BSI
WG 9 Corrosion testing of materials for nuclear power generation AFNOR
WG 10 Cathodic protection of buried and immersed metallic structures SCC
WG 11 Electrochemical test methods JISC
WG 12 Industrial and cooling water systems- Testing and performance BSI
WG 13 High temperature corrosion JISC (DIN)
WG 14 Tribo-corrosion KATS
ISO/TC 156 work program currently include standards of interest to the oil & gas industry, like:
ISO/NP 12495 Cathodic protection for fixed steel offshore structures
ISO/NP 13173 Cathodic protection for steel offshore floating structures
Next meeting of ISO/TC 156 will be held 29 March – 1 April 2010, in Suzhou, China.
API has been working on standards for the oil & gas industry since 1923, and published a few coat-
ing standards relative to this subject:
• API Bull 91 Planning and Conducting Surface Preparation and Coating Operations for Oil
and Natural Gas Drilling and Production Facilities in a Marine Environment
• API RP 5L2 RP for Internal Coating of Line Pipe for Non-Corrosive Gas Transmission Service
• API RP 5L7 RP for Un-primed Internal Fusion Bonded Epoxy Coating of Line Pipe
• API RP 5L9 External Fusion Bounded Epoxy Coating of Line Pipe
6 – ISO/TC56 Corrosion of metals and alloys
7 – API standard committees
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Tis CEN/TC 12 committee “Materials, equipment and ofshore structures for petroleum, petro-
chemical and natural gas industries” mainly mirrors and adopts the standards developed by ISO/
TC67 as EN-ISO standards. Tese in turn are adopted by all national members of CEN, which
are basically all the 30+ members countries of the European Union and its European Economic
Area. As of December 2009, CEN/TC12 has adopted more than 115 of the ISO/TC67 published
standards.
8 – ASTM standard committees
9 – CEN/TC12
Numerous ASTM standards are published for the broad application of relevant industries and many
of the ASTM standards are being used in the oil & gas industry as reference documents.
According to the ASTM website, ASTM technical committees are made up of professionals from
around the globe who develop ASTM standards. Tere are over 130 ASTM technical committees
covering diverse industry areas ranging from metals to the environment, such as:
• Coating (Protective) and Lining Work for Power Generation Facilities D33 (http://www.astm.org/
COMMIT/COMMITTEE/D33.htm)
• Coatings (Metallic and Inorganic) B08 (http://www.astm.org/COMMIT/COMMITTEE/B08.htm)
• Coatings (Paint and Related), Materials and Applications D01 (http://www.astm.org/COMMIT/COM-
MITTEE/D01.htm)
• Metal Powders and Metal Powder Products B09 (http://www.astm.org/COMMIT/COMMITTEE/B09.htm)
• Metallic and Inorganic Coatings B08 (http://www.astm.org/COMMIT/COMMITTEE/B08.htm)
• Metallic-Coated Iron and Steel Products A05 (http://www.astm.org/COMMIT/COMMITTEE/A05.htm)
• Paint and Related Coatings, Materials and Applications D01 (http://www.astm.org/COMMIT/COMMIT-
TEE/D01.htm)
• Paint and Varnishes (US TAG ISO/TC35) 035 (http://www.astm.org/COMMIT/COMMITTEE/035.htm)
• Protective Coating and Lining Work for Power Generation Facilities D33 (http://www.astm.org/
COMMIT/COMMITTEE/D33.htm)
• Ships and Marine Technology F25 (http://www.astm.org/COMMIT/COMMITTEE/F25.htm)
OGP is, however, not aware of any active participation by global oil & gas industry representatives
in the ASTM work.
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Subcommittees and Working Groups:
SC 1 Paint systems for the protection of steel structures against corrosion
SC 1/WG 2 Test methods and interpretation of test results
WG 1 Coating systems for masonry
WG 2 Coating systems for wood
WG 8 Powder organic coatings for hot-dip-galvanized steel products
WG 9 Testing of coil coated metals
CEN/TC139 adopts most of the standards published by ISO/TC35 as European Norms (EN).
Tis committee has issued the following standard:
EN 12068 Cathodic protection - External organic coatings for the corrosion protection of burried
or immersed steel pipelines used in conjunction with cathodic protection - Tapes and shrinkable
materials.
NA002 committee is an institution of DIN with the task of organizing the standardization work
on the following topics:
• Raw materials for coating materials (paints, varnishes and similar coating materials. Raw mate-
rials are including binders, eg oils, synthetic resins, plasticisers, solvents and driers, as far as they
are used for coating materials
• Coating materials (paints, varnishes and similar coating materials)
• Coatings
10 – CEN/TC139 Paints and varnishes
11 – CEN/TC219 Cathodic protection
12 – DIN/NA002 Coatings and Coating Materials
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Published standards of relevance to the oil & gas industry:
EN 10288 Steel tubes and fittings for onshore and offshore pipelines - External two layer
extruded polyethylene based coatings
EN 10289 Steel tubes and fittings for onshore and offshore pipelines - External liquid applied
epoxy and epoxy-modified coatings
EN 10290 Steel tubes and fittings for onshore and offshore pipelines - External liquid applied
polyurethane and polyurethane-modified coatings
EN 10298 Steel tubes and fittings for on shore and offshore pipelines - Internal lining with
cement mortar
EN 10300 Steel tubes and fittings for onshore and offshore pipelines - Bituminous hot applied
materials for external coating
EN 10301 Steel tubes and fittings for on and offshore pipelines - Internal coating for the
reduction of friction for conveyance of non corrosive gas
EN 10310 Steel tubes and fittings for onshore and offshore pipelines - Internal and external
polyamide powder based coatings
EN 10329 Steel tubes and fittings for onshore and offshore pipelines - External field joint coat-
ings
EN 10339 Steel tubes for onshore and offshore water pipelines - Internal liquid applied epoxy
linings for corrosion protection
Te following three standards emanating from the ISO/TC67 work are on the ECISS/TC29 pro-
gramme for adoption:
prEN ISO 21809-1 Petroleum and natural gas industries - External coatings for buried or sub-
merged pipelines used in pipeline transportation systems - Part 1: Polyole-
fin coatings (3-layer PE and 3-layer PP) (ISO/DIS 21809-1)
prEN ISO 21809-3 Petroleum and natural gas industries - External coatings for buried or
submerged pipelines used in pipeline transportation systems - Part 3: Field
joint coatings
prEN ISO 21809-5 Petroleum and natural gas industries - External coatings for buried or sub-
merged pipelines used in pipeline transportation systems - Part 5: External
concrete coatings (ISO/DIS 21809-5)
Te structure of ECISS/TC29 includes the following of interest:
ECISS/TC 29/SC 4 Coatings for steel tubes
ECISS/TC 29/SC 4/WG 15 Internal liquid epoxy lining
13 – ECISS/TC29 Steel tubes and fttings for steel
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EEMUA (Engineering Equipment & Materials Users’ Association) was founded in 1983 by amal-
gamating the Engineering Equipment Users Association (EEUA) founded in 1950 with the Oil
Companies Materials Association (OCMA), also founded in the early 1950s. EEMUA has its head
ofce in London and most of its members are British companies.
EEMUA’s mission is to improve quality and safety, and to reduce the cost of operating industrial
facilities by sharing experience and expertise, and by the active, enlightened promotion of the dis-
tinct interests of engineering users. Tis mission is achieved by:
• Providing the organisation within which networking, information sharing and collaboration
among users on non-competitive technical matters can take place
• Infuencing the way written regulations are interpreted and applied in practice
• Promoting and presenting the users’ views, and encouraging the application of good sound
engineering practice
• Developing and publishing user standards, specifcations, and training materials
• Facilitating members’ participation in national, European and international standards making
• Infuencing relevant national and European legislation and regulations.
One of the EEMUA committees focus on Material Technology (EEMUA MTC) but there is
no committee on Coating as such. Some of their publication touches upon coating, such as their
"EEMUA 194 – Guidelines for Materials Selection and Corrosion Control for Subsea Oil and Gas
Production Equipment". Te document provides an overview of principles and practices relating to
materials selection and corrosion control for subsea oil and gas production equipment, and incor-
porates valuable lessons learned from designers, manufacturers, ofshore contractors and opera-
tors. It covers cathodic protection, wellheads and Christmas trees, manifold piping, fowlines and
risers, valves, fasteners and gaskets, fexible piping, hydraulic control and chemical injection systems,
umbilicals, instruments, and protective coatings and insulation.
Te main activities of the EFC are:
• EFC reports and state-of-the-art reviews on corrosion and protection
• Working Parties on corrosion and protection issues
• Organization of congresses:
– Te European Corrosion Congress (EUROCORR )
– Application of Electrochemical Techniques to Organic Coatings (AETOC)
WP14 is the denomination of a Working Group on “Coatings”. One of the latest activities of the
WP14 is the Green Book on “Self Healing Properties of New Surface Treatments (EFC 58)”, which
is expected for April 2010.
14 – EEMUA (UK)
15 – European Federation of Corrosion
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During 2006, the Corrosion Management Working Group (CMWG) was formed which comprises
the Energy Institute, Health & Safety Executive, ofshore operators and consultants supported by
Oil and Gas UK. On behalf of this group, the EI managed development of the publication Guidance
For Corrosion Management In Oil And Gas Production And Processing and its associated Corro-
sion threats handbook both of which were published during 2008.
Te CMWG is now working on developing further guidance on external corrosion in particular,
management of coatings through the development of KPIs for External Corrosion Protection. It is
envisaged that this publication will be accepted and applied throughout the wider industry and will
aid reducing costs associated with this important aspect of plant maintenance. In parallel to this,
the group will also be developing an External corrosion awareness handbook aimed at informing
inspectors and on-site personnel.
GSO TC 7 – Gulf Standards Technical Committee for Oil and Gas Industry
International Standards Workshop for Global Oil and Gas Industry focus on Region 3-4 April
2006 jointly organised between OGP and Qatar Petroleum took a recommendation to establish a
Gulf Region Oil and Gas Industry Standards Technical Committee. Te main purpose would be
to unify the oil and gas industry standardization eforts in the Gulf countries by adopting Interna-
tional Standards as Gulf Standards and developing new Gulf standards to satisfy the Gulf region
specifc requirements . Te Technical Committee No.7 was approved on the 19
th
of April 2006 by
GSO GS and with Qatar as Chair and Secretary.
General Objectives
• To unify the Gulf Oil & Gas Industry Standardisation work in order to achieve uniformity,
reliability and efciency through:
– Variety control and inter-changeability.
– Provide technical guidance for design, engineering, procurement and maintenance activi-
ties.
– Improve communication by implementing codes, terminology, symbols and other standards.
– Implement solutions to various problems through standard legislation.
– Educate through provisions for instructions, warnings, demonstrations, symbols, etc.
– Improve the quality of life by providing improvements in HSE standards.
• To improve quality of work and avoid work duplication of standardization work within GCC.
• To achieve cost optimisation in procurement (material/equipment), design, production/
processing and services.
Tis can be through:
• Eliminate confusion in design, construction, maintenance & procurement.
• Uniform design of facilities will allow for lower manufacturer /contractor quotations, which
leads to cost saving.
• Reduction in Engineering and construction project schedules and project cycle time.
• Reduction in HSE costs as a result of standardisation.
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Specifc GSO TC 7 Objectives
• To harmonise GCC Countries Oil, Gas & Petrochemical companies standards with each other
and with international standards.
• To develop new and update current Oil & Gas relevant Gulf Standards to satisfy the GCC
Countries specifc requirements, latest technology and international standardisation needs.
Tis is in cooperation with the relevant national, regional and international organisations
• To establish a system for involvement of GCC Countries in ISO TC 67, TC 176, TC 28 and
TC 193 technical work to include Gulf Region specifc requirements.
• To adopt latest revisions of Oil & Gas International Standards, which satisfy the region specifc
requirements as Gulf Standards. Tis is in cooperation with the relevant national, regional and
international organisations.
• To establish a database for Gulf Oil & Gas Companies Standards & Specifcations and provide
easy access to all members
GSO TC7 Scope of Work
Gulf Standards Technical Committee for oil & gas industry in the GCC Countries (GSO TC7)
covers the following activities:
• Standards and Technical Regulations for materials, equipment and ofshore structures used in
Petroleum, Petrochemical, Natural Gas industries and LNG industries i.e., drilling, produc-
tion, processing, transportation and storage equipment.
• Standards & Technical Regulations related to the Petroleum and natural gas products (refned
products, ie fuel Products & LNG/NGL Products) and petrochemicals.
• Standards and Technical Regulations related to technical terminology, inspection and testing,
Management Systems: Quality, Health, Safety, Security and Environment.
GSO TC 7 Structure
GSO TC 7 Structure includes four Sub-committees (SC1- SC4) and fve Working Groups (WG1-
WG5). Within GSO TC 7 WG5 – Working Group on Coatings and Linings handles standards on
coatings and linings. Qatar is the Chair and Secretary of this WG.
Current work programme on coating related standards:
Group Standard No. Title
SC3 GSO-TC7-016 Specifications for pipeline cleaning, gauging flooding & hydro-testing
WG5 GSO-TC7-017 Pipeline internal coating and lining
WG5 GSO-TC7-019 External coating of riser pipes
SC4 GSO-TC7-020 Corrosion inhibitors and their injection package for oil and gas production facilities
WG5 GSO-TC7-021 Internal lining of above ground steel storage tanks and vessels - rigid reinforced fibre glass lining
WG5 GSO/ISO 21809-1 Petroleum and natural gas industries - external coatings for buried and submerged pipelines used in pipeline
transportation systems - part1: polyolefin coatings (3-layer pe and 3-layer pp)
WG5 GSO/ISO 21809-3 Petroleum and natural gas industries - external coatings for buried and submerged pipelines used in pipeline
transportation systems - part 3 : field joint coatings
WG5 GSO/ISO 21809-4 Petroleum and natural gas industries – external coatings for buried and submerged pipelines used in pipeline
transportation systems – part 4: polyethylene coatings (2-layer pe)
WG5 GSO/ISO 21809-5 Petroleum and natural gas industries - external coatings for buried and submerged pipelines used in pipeline
transportation systems - part 5: external concrete coatings
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A group of experts under the IMO Sub-Committee on Ship Design and Equipment (DE) has devel-
oped a number of standards and guidelines for performance standard for protective coatings of
dedicated seawater tanks, void spaces, oil tankers etc. Te relevant ones are approved by the IMO
Sub-committee and the IMO Marine Safety Committee for use. Normally, minimum 1 ½ year have
to pass before the standards enter into force. Some of these are mandatory under the SOLAS regula-
tions, whereas others are voluntary for the shipping industry. Tese standards and guidelines may
well be useful for the oil & gas industry.
MSC.215(82) Performance standard for protective coatings for dedicated seawater
ballast tanks in all types of ships and double-side skin spaces of bulk
carriers
MSC.244(83) Performance standard for protective coatings for void spaces on bulk
carriers and oil tankers
A.798(19) Guidelines for the selection, application and maintenance of corrosion
prevention systems of dedicated seawater ballast tanks
MSC.1/Circ.1279 Guidelines for corrosion protection of permanent means of access
arrangements
MSC.1/Circ.1330 Guidelines for maintenance and repair of protective coatings
DRAFT Draft new SOLAS regulation and the draft performance standard for
cargo oil tanks of crude oil tankers. See report of the Coating Working
Group from the last session of the DE Sub-Committee (DE 52/WP.5) 9
March 2009, annexes 2 and 3.
IN DEVELOPMENT Guidelines for test procedures (in development)
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NACE International was originally known as "Te National Association of Corrosion Engineers"
when it was established in 1943 by eleven corrosion engineers in the pipeline industry. Since then
NACE has been dedicated to a single mission – to protect people, assets, and environment from the
efects of corrosion. NACE have members in 92 countries. Built upon decades of knowledge and
expertise from dedicated members all around the world, NACE International is involved in every
industry and area of corrosion prevention and control, from chemical processing and water systems
to transportation and infrastructure protection. NACE International is a track to the corrosion
engineering and science community, and is recognized around the world as an authority for corro-
sion control solutions.
NACE International serves its members by:
• Setting standards for the corrosion industry
• Disseminating the latest technology worldwide through peer-reviewed journals and technical
papers
• Hosting and managing the most important international conferences, exhibits and topical
meetings in the corrosion industry
• Recognising distinguished achievement in corrosion through the presentation of well-respected
awards
• Linking you to colleagues and important career information
• Enhancing programs, services and connections with the corporate community
• Promoting the interests of the corrosion science and engineering industry through government
relation activities in Washington, D.C.
NACE has three Specifc Technology Groups (STG) relevant for this subject and reporting to these
there are a large number of Task Groups (TGs) and Technology Exchange Groups (TEGs), some of
them are listed here:
STG 02 Coatings and Linings, Protective: Atmospheric
http://web.nace.org/Departments/Technical/Directory/Committee.aspx?id=dedc32a6-5fef-db11-9194-0017a4466950
TG 260 Offshore Platform Maintenance Coatings (Nonimmersion): Standard Test Methods
TG 312 Offshore Platforms: Coatings for Atmospheric and Splash Zone New Construction
TG 340 Offshore Coating Condition Assessment for Maintenance Planning
STG 03 Coatings and Linings, Protective: Immersion and Buried Service
http://web.nace.org/Departments/Technical/Directory/Committee.aspx?id=dfdc32a6-5fef-db11-9194-0017a4466950
TEG 354X Pipeline Coatings: Underground Blistering
TEG 359X External Pipeline Coatings: Performance Under High-Operating-Temperature Con-
ditions
TG 031 Pipeline Coating, Plant-Applied Fusion-Bonded Epoxy: Review of NACE Standard
RP0394
TG 034 Pipeline Coatings, External: Gouge Test
TG 037 Pipelines, Oilfield: Thermoplastic Liners
TG 248 Coatings, Heat-Shrink Sleeves for External Repair, Rehabilitations, and Weld Joints
on Pipelines
TG 251 Coatings, Tape for External Repair, Rehabilitations, and Weld Joints on Pipelines
TG 263 Offshore Ballast Water Tank Coatings: Standard Test Method
TG 264 Offshore Exterior Submerged Coatings: Standard Test Method
TG 265 Coating, Polyolefin Resin Systems: Review of NACE SP0185-2007
TG 281 Coatings, Polyurethane for Field Repair, Rehabilitation, and Girth Weld Joints on
Pipelines
TG 296 Coating Systems, Wax, for Underground Piping Systems: Review of NACE Stand-
ard RP0375
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TG 336 External Pipeline Coatings: Practices, Test Methods, and/or Test Methodologies for
High Operating Temperature Pipelines, Immersion and Buried Service Only
TG 337 External Pipeline Coatings: Field Installation and Inspection Criteria for Maximum
Performance
TG 352 Coating Systems (External) for Pipeline Directional Drill Applications
TG 353 External Pipeline Coatings: Multi-Layer Polyolefin Coating Systems
STG 04 Coatings and Linings, Protective: Surface Preparation
http://web.nace.org/Departments/Technical/Directory/Committee.aspx?id=e0dc32a6-5fef-db11-9194-0017a4466950
TEG 314X Pipelines: Liquid Petroleum Industry Corrosion Control Issues Forum
TEG 351X Coatings Under Insulation Material Testing Procedure Recommendations: Discus-
sion
TEG 399X Evaluation, Testing, and Specifying Coating Materials for Elevated Temperatures
for Insulated and Uninsulated Service
TEG 424X Insulative Coatings
TG 248 Coatings, Heat-Shrink Sleeves for External Repair, Rehabilitations, and Weld Joints
on Pipelines
TG 251 Coatings, Tape for External Repair, Rehabilitations, and Weld Joints on Pipelines
TG 265 Coating, Polyolefin Resin Systems: Review of NACE SP0185-2007
TG 281 Coatings, Polyurethane for Field Repair, Rehabilitation, and Girth Weld Joints on
Pipelines
TG 296 Coating Systems, Wax, for Underground Piping Systems: Review of NACE Stand-
ard RP0375
TG 325 CUI Revision of NACE Standard RP0198, "The Control of Corrosion Under Thermal
Insulation and Fireproofing Materials—A Systems Approach"
TG 352 Coating Systems (External) for Pipeline Directional Drill Applications
TG 386 Below-Grade Corrosion Control of Transmission, Distribution, and Substation Struc-
tures
TG 395 Above Grade (Atmospheric) Corrosion Control of Transmission, Distribution, and
Substation Structures by Coating Systems
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Te NORSOK standards are developed by the Norwegian petroleum industry since 1993 to ensure
adequate safety, value adding and cost efectiveness for petroleum industry developments and opera-
tions. Furthermore, NORSOK standards are as far as possible intended to replace the Norwegian oil
company specifcations and serve as references in the authorities’ regulations.
Te NORSOK standards are normally based on recognized international standards, adding the
provisions deemed necessary to fll the broad needs of the Norwegian petroleum industry. Where
relevant, NORSOK standards will be used to provide the Norwegian industry input to the interna-
tional standardization process. Subject to development and publication of international standards,
the relevant NORSOK standard will be withdrawn.
Te NORSOK standards are developed according to the consensus principle generally applicable
standards work and according to established procedures defned in NORSOK A-001.
Te NORSOK standards are prepared and published with supported by OLF (Te Norwegian Oil
Industry Association) and Norsk Industri (Federation of Norwegian Industries). NORSOK stand-
ards are administered and published by SN (Standards Norway).
Expert Group Materials (SN/K114/EgM) is active, includes coating in its scope and meets regularly
and is responsible for the publication and maintenance of eg following NORSOK standards:
• M-001 Materials selection (Rev. 4, August 2004)
• M-501 Surface preparation and protective coating (Rev. 5, June 2004)
• M-503 Cathodic protection (Rev. 2, Sept. 1997)
PIP is a self-funded consortium of process industry companies that share the goal of reducing proc-
ess plant costs by up to 6% through the development and implementation of common industry
practices for projects and maintenance work. Related industries such as power, pulp & paper, and
pharmaceuticals will also fnd the PIP harmonization process and published Practices to be of value
in their industries. PIP operates under the umbrella of the Construction Industry Institute, a recog-
nized research unit within the University of Texas at Austin, in the USA.
PIP has eight active Function Teams harmonising Practices in the following a number of engineer-
ing disciplines, including Coatings, Insulation, Refractory.
In 2002, PIP chartered a standing Globalization Committee that is providing direction for future
additional development. Current activities include “enablement” of PIP Practices for global applica-
tion and identifcation of specifc globalization needs for each PIP discipline.
BP, Chevron, ConocoPhillips, Shell and others are members of PIP.
20 – NORSOK standards committee – Standards
Norway
21 – Process Industry Practices (PIP)
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Te Society for Protective Coatings (hereinafer referred to as SSPC) was founded in 1950 as the
Steel Structures Painting Council, a non-proft professional society concerned with the use of coat-
ings to protect industrial steel structures. Head ofce is in Pittsburg, PA, US. SSPC has over 7.000
individual members and 740 organizational members. In 1997, the name of the association was
changed to Te Society for Protective Coatings to better refect the changing nature of coatings
technology and the ever-expanding types of construction materials.
Te mission and purpose the SSPC is to advance the technology and promote the use of protective
coatings to preserve industrial, marine and commercial structures, components and substrates.
SSPC’s vision: SSPC will be the worldwide acknowledged resource and authority for protective
coatings technology and information.
SSPC claims to be the only non-proft association that is focused on the protection and preservation
of concrete, steel and other industrial and marine structures and surfaces through the use of high-
performance industrial coatings. SSPC claims to be the leading source of information on surface
preparation, coating selection, coating application, environmental regulations, and health and safety
issues that afect the protective coatings industry.
Te association's many industry-specifc products and services include:
• standards development [http://www.sspc.org/standards/]
• technical publications (books, videotapes, CDs) [http://www.sspc.org/books/]
• training courses [http://www.sspc.org/training/]
• company and individual certifcation programs [http://www.sspc.org/certification/]
• publications [http://www.sspc.org/books/]
• conferences [http://www.sspc.org/events/]
SSPC Technical Committees are divided into six large Group Committees, as follows:
• C.1 – Coating Materials
• C.2 – Surface Preparation
• C.3 – Application, Inspection, and Quality Control
• C.4 – Methods for Improved Performance
• C.5 – Environmental, Health, and Safety Compliance
• C.7 – Protection of Concrete and Cementitious Substrates
Each Group Committee contains one or more Unit Committees. If you join a Unit Committee,
you will automatically become a member of the Group Committee to which it belongs. Since SSPC
standards must be balloted through both the developing Unit and its corresponding Group Com-
mittee, you may receive ballots on subjects which appear to be outside the scope of the unit com-
mittee you joined. Tis is done in order to provide as many concerned individuals as possible the
opportunity to review and comment on draf standards, and we encourage you to provide as much
input as possible.
SSPC Standards
SSPC has over the years developed a signifcant volume of standards, specifcations, guidelines,
reports and other relevant publications. Many of these are collated in their two large manuals:
SSPC Painting Manual, Volume 1
Te 4
th
edition of SSPC’s “Good Painting Practice” provides a detailed overview of the procedures,
equipment and materials used for surface preparation and coating work on industrial steel and con-
crete structures. Herein is information on a wide range of relevant topics - from the fundamentals
of surface preparation and coating application-to recent advances in alternate coating removal tech-
nologies-to the complexities of painting specifc facilities and structures, regulations afecting the
coatings industry, strategies for the development of maintenance coating programs, and much more.
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SSPC Painting Manual, Volume 2
Te 2005 edition of “Systems and Specifcations” is a complete, up-to-date collection of SSPC stand-
ards, guides, specifcations, and other consensus documents for the cleaning and preparation of steel
and concrete surfaces, the selection and application of protective coating systems, the composition
and performance capabilities of paints and coatings, and other materials, processes, and technolo-
gies.
SSPC Visual Standards and Reference Photographs
Tese collections of high-quality colour reference photos are used to supplement and illustrate the
cleaning requirements of certain SSPC Surface Preparation Specifcations.
All of the international operators have their own in-house technical specifcations in order to specify
exactly what is considered required for their plants and installations. Tese specifcations also carry
valuable experience and they may be supplemented by individual project specifcations to cover spe-
cifc project needs. Tese documents are normally based on, but include various degrees of supple-
ments, variation control, option selection and amendments to international, national, regional and
industry standards. Tese documents carry diferent designations in operating companies such as:
company standards, design & engineering practices, best practices, supplementary technical speci-
fcations, etc.
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ABS ABNT AFNOR ASME ANSI API AWWA BS CEN CSA DNV DIN EEMUA EFC EN GCC GSO IEC IMO EEMUA IS ISO NACE NF NORSOK NPD NS OCIMF OCMA OGP OLF PAS PIP PSA RAL SDO SFS SSPC STG TBL TEG TC TF TG UKOOA VDI WG American Bureau of Shipping Associação Brasileira de Normas Técnicas Association Française de Normalisation American Society of Mechanical Engineers American National Standards Institute American Petroleum Institute American Water Works Association British Standards European Committee for Standardization Canadian Standards Association Det Norske Veritas (Norway) German Institute for Standardization Engineering Equipment & Materials Users' Association European Federation of Corrosion European Norm Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf Gulf Standardization Organization for the Cooperation Council for the Gulf Arab States International Electrotechnical Commission International Maritime Organization Instrumentation and Control Committee Indian Standard International Organization for Standardization National Association of Corrosion Engineers (US) National French Standard Norwegian Competitive Position on the Continental Shelf Norwegian Petroleum Directorate Norwegian Standard Oil Companies International Marine Forum Oil Companies Materials Association International Association of Oil & Gas Producers Norwegian Oil Industry Association Publicly Available Specification (ISO) Process Industry Practices (US) Petroleum Safety Authority (Norway) German Reichsausschuß für Lieferbedingungen und Gütesicherung Standards Developing Organization Finnish Standards Association Society for Protective Coatings (US) Specific Technology Groups Federation of Norwegian Manufacturing Industries Technology Exchange Groups Technical Committee Task Force Task Group UK Offshore Operator Association (Now UK Oil & Gas) Association of German Engineers Working Group

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. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 13 – ECISS/TC29 Steel tubes and fittings for steel tubes . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 8 – ASTM standard committees . . . . . . . . . . 2 Generally applicable coating or related standards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . welding and joining and NDT . . . . . . 16 ISO/TC67/WG8 Materials. . 22 11 – CEN/TC219 Cathodic protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23 14 – EEMUA (UK) . . . . . . . 30 21 – Process Industry Practices (PIP) . . . 4 OGP Catalogue of standards . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25 17 – Gulf Standards Organistion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 ISO/TC 67/SC 2 WG 14 External pipeline protective coatings . . . . . . . . . 17 3 – ISO/TC67 coating related standards work . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31 23 – Company specification . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .Coatings standards and committees for the international oil & gas industry Table of Contents 1 – Introduction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 15 – European Federation of Corrosion . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 16 – Energy Institute . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 10 – CEN/TC139 Paints and varnishes . . . . . 20 7 – API standard committees . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 3. . . . . . . . . . 25 18 – IMO . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .3 3. . . . . 17 ISO/TC 67/SC 2/WG 19 Wet thermal insulation coatings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32 ©OGP iii . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .2 2. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 5 – ISO/TC107 Metallic and other inorganic coatings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22 12 – DIN/NA002 Coatings and Coating Materials standards committee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 2 Coating standards specifically available for the oil & gas industry . . . 15 General . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 19 – NACE standards committee . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 9 – CEN/TC12 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .1 3. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . corrosion. . . . 28 20 – NORSOK standards committee – Standards Norway. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19 6 – ISO/TC56 Corrosion of metals and alloys . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16 4 – ISO/TC35 Paints and varnishes. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30 22 – Society for Protective Coatings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .4 3. . . . .1 2 – Available coating standards (identified so far) . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

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national or regional standards or company specifications and harmonisation with international standards in this area.org. • Review and discuss the available coating standards. ongoing work and existing company specifications related to this discipline. national and industry coating and painting related standards for or used by the oil and gas industries and a summary of technical committee work presently ongoing for this area as seen by the participants of this workshop. • Share coating experience. • Discuss continued OGP networking efforts.uk ©OGP 1 . regional. • Evaluate the needs for improvements of available industry. eg in the ISO area. Proposals for supplements or corrections of this report are welcome. please email publications@ogp. Standards for corrosion protection by thick rubber or thermo plastic coatings are seen as separate issues and not (completely) included herein. Text in this report is frequently taken from the open websites of the different standards development organisations described herein. This report documents the fact finding mission that followed the workshop with the intent to serve as part of the basis for evaluation of further standards work for the OGP members and interested suppliers in this area. This report was initially prepared for the workshop mentioned above and it has since been updated by the OGP Coatings Standards Task Force. established after the workshop.Coatings standards and committees for the international oil & gas industry 1 – Introduction The International Association of Oil & Gas Producers (OGP) organised a workshop in 2008 for the (thin film) coating specialists of OGP members with the objective: • To arrange for global networking of the coating technology specialists of OGP members. • To evaluate the need for new coating standards work in the upstream oil & gas industry. The purpose of this report is to provide an overview of the available and relevant international.

Bituminous hot applied materials for external coating Steel tubes and fittings for on and offshore pipelines . Steel Tubes and Fittings for Onshore and Offshore Pipelines .External field joint coatings Guidelines for Materials Selection and Corrosion Control for Subsea Oil and Gas Production Equipment Paints and varnishes . Pipeline field joint coating and field repair of line pipe coating Factory applied external pipeline coatings for corrosion control.International Association of Oil & Gas Producers 2 – Available coating standards (identified so far) 2. and nobody else.External Liquid Applied Epoxy and Epoxy-Modified Coatings Steel Tubes and Fittings for Onshore and Offshore Pipelines External Liquid Applied Polyurethane and Polyurethane-Modified Coatings Steel tubes and fittings for onshore and offshore Pipelines . as these standards are the responsibility of the coating experts of the oil & gas industry community to develop and maintain. Many of the references in 2. Standard Test Method for Penetration Resistance of Pipeline Coatings (Blunt Rod). 2.02 ASTM G 8 ASTM G14 ASTM G17 DNV RP-F102 DNV RP–F106 EN 10288 EN 10289 EN 10290 EN 10300 EN 10301 EN 10310 EN 10329 EEMUA 194 ISO 15741 2 ©OGP .Friction-reduction coatings for the interior of onand offshore steel pipelines for non-corrosive gases API Bull 91 API RP 5L2 API RP 5L7 API RP 5L9 API RP 652 API 1160 API 2217A ASTM 06. Pipeline Coatings Test method for cathodic disbanding of pipeline coatings Standard Test Method for Impact Resistance of Pipeline Coatings (Falling Weight Test).1 General The primary and specific coating standards for the oil & gas industry are singled out in paragraph 2. Protective Coatings.2 below.Internal coating for the reduction of friction for conveyance of non corrosive gas Steel tubes and fittings for onshore and offshore pipelines .3 below are generally applicable coating and paint related standards not specifically made for the oil & gas industry.External Two Layer Extruded Polyethlene Based Coatings Steel Tubes and Fittings for Onshore and Offshore Pipelines .Internal and external polyamide powder based coatings Steel tubes and fittings for onshore and offshore pipelines .2 Coating standards specifically available for the oil & gas industry Planning and Conducting Surface Preparation and Coating Operations for Oil and Natural Gas Drilling and Production Facilities in a Marine Environment RP for Internal Coating of Line Pipe for Non-Corrosive Gas Transmission Service RP for Un-primed Internal Fusion Bonded Epoxy Coating of Line Pipe External Fusion Bounded Epoxy Coating of Line Pipe Linings of Aboveground Petroleum Storage Tank Bottoms Managing system integrity for hazardous liquid pipelines Guidelines for Work in Inert Confined Spaces in the Petroleum Industry Paint-Products and Applications. but they are frequently used by the coating discipline and hence listed to check if they are commonly referenced by the global oil & gas industry for their individual and specific purposes.

Installation. and Quality Control Coatings and Linings over Concrete for Chemical Immersion and Containment Service Corrosion Control of Offshore Structures by Protective Coatings Control of External Corrosion on Underground or Submerged Metallic Piping Systems Liquid-Applied Internal Protective Coatings for Oilfield Production Equipment Extruded Polyolefin Resin Coating Systems with Soft Adhesives for Underground or Submerged Pipe Holiday Detection of Fusion-Bonded Epoxy External Pipeline Coatings of 250 to 760 um (10 to 30 Mils) Measurement of Protective Coating Electrical Conductance on Underground Pipelines Offshore Platform Ballast Water Tank Coating System Evaluation NACE RP0188 NACE RP0191 NACE RP0193 NACE RP0198 NACE RP0274 NACE RP0303 NACE RP0304 NACE RP0375 NACE RP0394 NACE RP0399 NACE RP0402 NACE RP0602 NACE RP0892 NACE SP0108 NACE SP0169 NACE SP0181 NACE SP0185 NACE SP0490 NACE TM0102 NACE TM0104 ©OGP 3 . Performance. and Quality Control Design. and Quality Control of Plant-Applied. and Operation of Thermoplastic Liners for Oilfield Pipelines Field-Applied Underground Wax Coating Systems for Underground Pipelines: Application. and Quality Control Application. Performance. Rehabilitation. Fusion-Bonded Epoxy External Pipe Coating Plant Applied. Performance. Surface Finish Requirements. External Coal Tar Enamel Pipe Coating Systems: Application.A Systems Approach High-Voltage Electrical Inspection of Pipeline Coatings Standard Recommended Practice Field-Applied Heat-Shrinkable Sleeves for Pipelines: Application. and Proper Design Considerations for Tanks and Vessels to be Lined for Immersion Surface. Performance. Performance. Performance. Fixed Offshore Platforms Associated with Petroleum Production Fabrication Details. and Weld Joints on Buried Steel Pipelines Corrosion Control of Steel. and Quality Control Field-Applied Coal Tar Enamel Pipe Coating Systems: Application. and Quality Control Field-Applied Fusion-Bonded Epoxy (FBE) Pipe Coating Systems for Girth Weld Joints: Application.Coatings standards and committees for the international oil & gas industry ISO 20340 ISO 21809 NACE 30105 NACE RP0105 NACE RP-0176 NACE RP0178 Paints and varnishes – Performance requirements for protective paint systems for offshore and related structures Petroleum and natural gas industries – External coatings for buried or submerged pipelines used in pipeline transportation systems: Part 1: Polyolefin coatings (3-layer PE and 3-layer PP) (In preparation) Part 2: Fusion-bonded epoxy coatings (issued 2007) Part 3: Field joint coatings (issued 2008) Part 4: Polyethylene coatings (2-Layer PE) (In preparation) Part 5: External concrete coatings (In preparation) Electrical Isolation/Continuity and Coating Issues for Offshore Pipeline Cathodic Protection Systems Standard Recommended Practice Liquid-Epoxy Coatings for External Repair. Discontinuity (Holiday) Testing of Protective Coatings Application of Internal Plastic Coatings for Oilfield Tubular Goods and Accessories External Cathodic Protection of On-Grade Carbon Steel Storage Tank Bottoms Control of Corrosion Under Thermal Insulation and Fireproofing Materials .

and Applications Test methods for chemical analysis of zinc dust (metallic zinc powder) Standard test method for water absorption of plastics Standard Test Method for Evaluating Degree of Rusting on Painted Steel Surfaces.often preferred by thermal sprayers to ASTM D4541). Materials.1 ANSI Z535. Galvanized Structural Steel Products Zinc Coating (Hot-Dip) on Iron and Steel Hardware Standard Specification for Zinc Dust Pigment Specification for zinc-coated steel chain-link fence fabric.Implementation. Scheme for identification of piping systems Safety Color Code Performance requirements for protective coating systems used in aviation fuel storage tanks & piping Zinc (Hot-Dip Galvanized) Coatings on Iron and Steel Products Safeguarding Against Embrittlement of Hot-Dip.3 ABS 49 Generally applicable coating or related standards The Inspection. Related Coatings. Maintenance and Application of Marine Coating Systems Guide for the Class Notation Coating performance standard Oil industry . Steel tanks with outside concrete coating for underground storage of mineral oils. Standard Test Method for Tensile Properties of Plastics ABS 153 AFNOR NF M87-803 AFNOR NF M88-516 ANSI A13.International Association of Oil & Gas Producers NACE TM0105 NACE TM0174 NACE TM0185 NACE TM0186 NACE TM0204 NACE TM0299 NACE TM0304 NACE TM0384 NACE TM0404 Test Procedures for Organic-Based Conductive Coating Anodes for Use on Concrete Structures Laboratory Methods for the Evaluation of Protective Coatings and Linings Materials on Metallic Substrates in Immersion Service Evaluation of Internal Plastic Coatings for Corrosion Control of Tubular Goods by Autoclave Testing Holiday Detection of Internal Tubular Coatings of 250 to 760μm (10 to 30 Mils) Dry Film Thickness Exterior Protective Coatings for Seawater Immersion Service Corrosion Control and Monitoring in Seawater Injection Systems Offshore Platform Atmospheric and Splash Zone Maintenance Coating System Evaluation Holiday Detection of Internal Tubular Coatings of Less Than 250 Micrometers (10 mils) Dry-Film Thickness Offshore Platform Atmospheric and Splash Zone New Construction Coating System Evaluation Surface preparation and protective coating NORSOK M-501 2.Ballast coating for pipes . Standard Specification for Fusion Bonded Epoxy Coated Pipe Piles Standard Practice for Operating Salt Spray (fog) Apparatus Standard Test Method for Adhesion or Cohesion Strength of Thermal Spray Coatings (NOTE . Standard Terminology for Paint. Specification for repair of damaged hot-dip galvanized coatings.1 API/EI Std 1541 ASTM A 123/A123M ASTM A 143 ASTM A 153/A153M ASTM A 385 ASTM A 392 ASTM A 780 ASTM A 972/A972M ASTM B 117 ASTM C633 ASTM D16 ASTM D 521 ASTM D 570 ASTM D 610 ASTM D 638 4 ©OGP .

Test method for viscosity of paints. Standard Test Method for Conductimetric Analysis of Water Soluble Ionic Contamination of Blasting Abrasives Standard Guide for Use of Protective Coating Standards in Nuclear Power Plants Standard Test Method for Measurement of the Surface Tension of Solid Coatings. Test method for indicating oil or water in compressor air Standard Practice for Measurement of Wet Film Thickness by Notch Gages Method C Test method for Field Measurement of Surface Profile Test method for pull-off strength of coatings using portable adhesion testers. Substrates and Pigments using Contact Angle Measurements Standard Test Method for Measuring Humidity with a Psychrometer (Wet and Dry Bulb Temperatures) Standard Test Method for Hydrophobic Surface Films by Atomiser Test Recommended practice for operating light – and water – exposure apparatus (fluorescent UV-condensation type) for exposure of nonmetallic materials Standard Test Method for Measuring Abrasion Using the Dry Sand/ Rubber Wheel Apparatus Standard Test Method for Wear Testing with a Pin-on-Disk Apparatus Coal tar protective coatings and linings for steel water pipelinesenamel and tape-hot applied ©OGP 5 . Standard Test Method for Measuring MEK Resistance of Ethyl Silicate (Inorganic) Zinc-Rich Primers by Solvent Rub. lacquer and related products on test panels Method of testing pressure sensitive adhesive coated tapes used for electrical insulation Specification for substitute ocean water Standard Test Methods for Non-Destructive Measurement of Dry Film Thickness of Non-Magnetic Coatings Applied to a Ferrous Base. varnish.Coatings standards and committees for the international oil & gas industry ASTM D 823 ASTM D 1000 ASTM D 1141 ASTM D 1186 ASTM D 1200 ASTM D 1212 ASTM D 3276 ASTM D 1640 ASTM D 2092 ASTM D 2240 ASTM D 2369 ASTM D 2371 ASTM D 3359 ASTM D 3418 ASTM D3451 ASTM D 4060 ASTM D4228 ASTM D 4285 ASTM D 4414 ASTM D 4417 ASTM D 4541 ASTM D 4752 ASTM D 4940 ASTM D5144 ASTM D7490 ASTM E 337 ASTM F 21 ASTM G 53 ASTM G65 ASTM G99 AWWA C-203 Method of producing films of uniform thickness of paint. or Film Formation of Organic Coatings at Room Temperature Practices for preparation of zinc-coated galvanized steel structures for paint Standard Test Method for Rubber Property—Durometer Hardness Test method for volatile content of coatings Test method for pigment content of solvent-reducible paints Method for measuring adhesion by tape test Standard Test Method for Transition Temperatures and Enthalpies of Fusion and Crystallization of Polymers by Differential Scanning Calorimetry Standard Guide for Testing Coating Powders and Powder Coatings Standard test method for abrasion resistance of organic coatings by the Taber abraser Standard Practice for Qualification of Coating Applicators for Application of Coatings to Steel Surfaces. Curing. varnishes and lacquers by Ford viscosity cup Standard Test Methods for Measurement of Wet Film Thickness of Organic Coatings Standard Guide for Painting Inspectors (Metal Substrates) Standard Test Methods for Drying.

Code of Practice for Protective Coating of Iron and Steel against Corrosion Code of Practice for Access and Working Scaffolds and Special Scaffold Structures in Steel Lining of Equipment with Polymeric Materials for the Process Industries External Fusion Bond Epoxy Coating for Steel Pipe External polyethylene coating for pipe Acceptance test and quality control for thermal spraying equipment.eu for individual standards title references.Electrodeposited coatings of nickel. Coding and Special Purposes Identification of Pipelines and Services Chilled Iron.Method of specifying general requirements Specification for continuously hot-dip zinc coated low carbon steel sheet and strip for cold forming: technical delivery conditions Continuously hot-dip zinc coated structural steels strip and sheet.Definitions and conventions concerning porosity Metallic and other inorganic coatings – Method for quantitative measurement of adhesion by tensile test Metallic and Other Inorganic Coatings – Thermal Spraying Performance standard for protective coatings for dedicated seawater ballast tanks in all types of ships and double-side skin spaces of bulk carriers BS 381C BS 1710 BS 2451 BS 2482 BS 3900 BS 4164 BS 4800 BS 5378 BS 5493 BS 5973 BS 6374 CSA–Z245. Shot and Grit Whirling Hygrometers Methods for Testing Coatings Specification for coal tar based.International Association of Oil & Gas Producers AWWA C213 Standard for Fusion-Bonded Epoxy Coating for the Interior and Exterior of Steel Water Lines Colour for Identification.Research and Experience Innovative pre-treatment techniques to prevent corrosion of metallic surfaces CEN has adopted most of the ISO standards issued by ISO/TC35 Paints and varnishes. Determination of tensile adhesive strength Corrosion protection of metals . Go to www.21-06 DIN 32521 DNV CN 33.Specification for Hot Dip Galvanized Coatings Applied in Automatic Plants Corrosion protection of metals . Technical delivery conditions Internal and/or External Protective Coatings for Steel Tubes .cen.20-06 CSA Z245. Specification for Paint Colours for Building Purposes Safety Signs and Colours: Colour and Design. Corrosion prevention of tanks and holds Submarine pipeline systems Organic and Inorganic Coatings for Corrosion Prevention . nickel plus chromium. but for simplicity they are not shown here. copper plus nickel and copper plus nickel plus chromium Metallic and other inorganic coatings . Thermal spraying.1 DNV OS–F101 EFC 20 EFC 54 EN Standards EN 582 EN 1403 EN 10142 EN 10147 EN 10240 EN 12540 EN 13143 EN 13144 EN 22063 IMO MSC.215(82) 6 ©OGP .Electrodeposited coatings . hot applied coating materials for protecting iron and steel including suitable primers.

metallic and other inorganic coatings – Vocabulary Paints and varnishes – Cross-cut test Paints and varnishes – Determination of flow time by use of flow cups Plastics – Resins in the liquid state or as emulsions or dispersions – Determination of apparent viscosity by the Brookfield Test method Paints and varnishes .Comparison of contrast ratio (hiding power) of paint of the same type and colour ©OGP 7 .Determination of film thickness Paints and varnishes – Determination of density Paints and varnishes .1330 IS-5 IS-101 IS-2379 ISO 62 ISO 179-2 ISO 306 ISO 527-1 ISO 527-2 ISO 787-10 ISO 868 ISO 1133 ISO 1183 ISO 1461 ISO 1512 ISO 1513 ISO 1514 ISO 1516 ISO 1517 ISO 1519 ISO 1524 ISO 2063 ISO 2080 ISO 2409 ISO 2431 ISO 2555 ISO 2808 ISO 2811 ISO 2812 ISO 2813 ISO 2814 Performance standard for protective coatings for void spaces on bulk carriers and oil tankers Guidelines for the selection.Hot-dip galvanised coating on fabricated ferrous products Paints and varnishes – Sampling of products in liquid or paste forms Paints and varnishes – Examination and preparation of samples for testing Paints and varnishes – Standard panels for testing Paints and varnishes – Closed cup equilibrium method Paints and varnishes – Surface-drying test – Ballotini method Paints and varnishes – Bend test (cylindrical mandrel) Paints and varnishes – Determination of fineness of grind Thermal Spraying .798(19) IMO MSC.1279 IMO MSC.Coatings standards and committees for the international oil & gas industry IMO MSC.Part 10: Determination of density.1/Circ. Paints and varnishes .Zinc.244(83) IMO A.Metallic and Other Inorganic Coatings . application and maintenance of corrosion prevention systems of dedicated seawater ballast tanks Guidelines for corrosion protection of permanent means of access arrangements Guidelines for maintenance and repair of protective coatings Colour coding Methods for test for ready mixed paints and enamels Indian Standard for Pipe line identification-colour code Plastics – Determination of water absorption Plastics – Determination of Charpy impact properties – Part 2: Instrumented impact test Plasctics – Thermoplastic materials – Determination of Vicat softening temperature Plastics – Determination of tensile properties – Part 1: General principles Plastics – Determination of tensile properties – Part 2: Test conditions for moulding and extrusion plastics General methods of test for pigments and extenders . Aluminium and Their Alloys Metallic and other inorganic coatings – Surface treatment.Determination of resistance to liquids Paints and varnishes – Determination of specular gloss of non-metallic paint films at 20 degrees.1/Circ. Pyknometer method Plastics and ebonite – Determination of indentation hardness by means of a Durometer (Shore hardness) Plastics – Determination of the melt-mass flow rate (MFR) and meltvolume flow rate (MVR) of thermoplastics Plastics-Test method for determinig the density and relative density of non-cellular plastics Metallic coatings . 60 and 85 degrees.

Corrodkote corrosion test Metallic and other non-organic coatings .Methods of exposure to laboratory light sources .Determination of coating mass per unit area . varnishes and binders for paints and varnishes Zinc dust pigments for paints – Specifications and test methods Paints and varnishes . preparation grades and flash rust grades in connection with high-pressure water jetting Preparation of steel substrates before application of paints and related products – Test for the assessment of surface cleanliness 8 ©OGP . Cast Surfaces Paints and varnishes – Determination of film thickness Paints and varnishes . Paints and varnishes. Determination of colour and colour difference Coating powders – Part 6.International Association of Oil & Gas Producers ISO 2815 ISO 2632 ISO 2808 ISO 2814 ISO 3001 ISO 3231 ISO 3233 ISO 3251 ISO 3549 ISO 3678 ISO 3892 ISO 4287 ISO 4541 ISO 4543 ISO 4623 ISO 4624 ISO 4628 ISO 4892-2 ISO 4998 ISO 6270 ISO 6860 ISO 6964 ISO 7253 ISO 7724 ISO 8130-6 ISO 8401 ISO 8403 ISO 8302 ISO 8501 ISO 8502 Paint and Varnishes – Buchholz Indentation Test Method Roughness Comparison Specimens.Print-free test Conversion coatings on metallic materials .Review of methods of measurement of ductility Metallic coatings .General rules for corrosion tests applicable for storage conditions Paints and varnishes – Determination of resistance to filiform corrosion Paints and varnishes .Gravimetric methods Geometrical Product Specifications (GPS) – Surface texture: Profile method – Terms.Comparison of contrast ratio (hiding power) of paint of the same type and colour Plastics – Epoxy compounds – Determination of epoxy equivalent Paints and varnishes – Determination of resistance to humid atmospheres containing sulphur dioxide Coating and varnishes determination of volume of dry coating obtained from a given volume of liquid coating Paints and varnishes –Determination of non-volatile matter of paints.Coatings anodic to the substrate .Determination of gel time of thermosetting coating powders at a given temperature Metallic coatings . quantity and size of common types of defect Plastics .Part 2: Xenon-arc lamps Continuous hot-dip zinc-coated carbon steel sheet of structural quality Paints and varnishes – Determination of resistance to humidity Paints and varnishes – Bend test (conical mandrel) Polyolefine pipes and fittings: Determination of carbon black content by calcinations and pyrolysis: Test method and basic principles Paints and Varnishes – Determination of Resistance to Neutral Salt Spray.Rating of test specimens subjected to corrosion tests Thermal insulation-Determination of steady state thermal resistance and related properties-Guarded hot plate apparatus Preparation of steel substrates before application of paints and related products .Evaluation of degradation of paint coatings Designation of intensity.Visual assessment of surface cleanliness – Part 1: Rust grades and preparation grades of uncoated steel substrates and of steel substrates after overall removal of previous coatings Part 2: Preparation grades of previously coated steel substrates after localized removal of previous coatings Part 3: Preparation grades of welds. edges and other areas with surface imperfections Part 4: Initial surface conditions.Pull-off test for adhesion Paints and varnishes . definitions and surface texture parameters Metallic and other non-organic coatings .

Part 3: Hand.and power-tool cleaning Metallic coatings .Surface preparation methods Part 1: General principles Part 2: Abrasive blast cleaning. Classification Corrosion tests in artificial atmospheres – Salt spray tests Metallic coatings – review of porosity test Preparation of steel substrates before application of paints and related products – Specifications for metallic blast-cleaning abrasives – 4 parts Paints and varnishes – Preparation of steel substrates before application of paints and related products.Comparator procedure Part 3: Method for the calibration of ISO surface profile comparators and for the determination of surface profile .The Bresle method Part 8: Field method for the refractometric dedetermination of moisture Part 9: Field method for the conductometric determination of watersoluble salts Part 11: Field method for the turbidimetric determination of water-soluble sulfate Part 12: Field method for the titrimetric determination of water-soluble ferrous ions Preparation of steel substrates before application of paints and related products . Atmospheres’ corrosivity.Coatings standards and committees for the international oil & gas industry ISO 8503 ISO 8504 ISO 9220 ISO 9223 ISO 9227 ISO 10308 ISO 11124 ISO 11125 ISO 11126 ISO 11127 ISO 11295 ISO 11357-1 Part 2: Laboratory determination of chloride on cleaned surfaces Part 3: Assessment of dust on steel surfaces prepared for painting (pressure-sensitive tape method) Part 4: Guidance on the estimation of the probability of condensation prior to paint application Part 5: Measurement of chloride on steel surfaces prepared for painting (ion detection tube method) Part 6: Extraction of soluble contaminants for analysis .Stylus instrument procedure Part 5: Replica tape method for the determination of the surface profile Preparation of steel substrates before application of paints and related products .Measurement of coating thickness .Scanning electron microscope method Corrosion of metals and alloys. Test methods for non-metallic blastcleaning abrasives – 7 parts Guidance on the classification and design of plastics piping systems used for renovation Plastics – Differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) – Part 1: General principles ©OGP 9 . Test methods for metallic blast-cleaning abrasives – 7 parts Preparation of steel substrates before application of paints and related products – Specifications for non-metallic blast-cleaning abrasives – 8 parts Paints and varnishes – Preparation of steel substrates before application of paints and related products.Surface roughness characteristics of blast cleaned substrates.Focusing microscope procedure Part 4: Method for the calibration of ISO surface profile comparators and for the determination of surface profile . Part 1: Specifications and definitions for ISO surface profile comparators for the assessment of abrasive blast-cleaned surfaces Part 2: Method for the grading of surface profile of abrasive blastcleaned steel .

Definitions and conventions concerning appearance Paints and varnishes – Corrosion protection of steel structures by protective paint systems – Measurement of. and Curing for Coatings/Linings of Steel Tanks. Application.Approval Testing of Thermal Sprayers Metallic and other inorganic coatings . 4 NACE NO. Standard Recommended Practice for Holiday Detection of FusionBonded Epoxy External Coating of 250 to 760 Microns (10 to 30 mils) Guidelines for Qualifying Personnel as Abrasive Blasters and Coating and Lining Applicators in the Rail Industries NACE 6A100 NACE 6A192 NACE 6A287 NACE 6H188 NACE 10D199 NACE 2103 NACE 37507 NACE 80200 NACE NO. Performance and Quality Control of Plant Applied.Guidelines Thermal Spraying . and acceptance criteria for. 5 NACE NO. Part 4: Types of surface and surface preparation Part 5: Protective paint systems Part 6: Laboratory performance test methods Part 7: Execution and supervision of paint work Part 8: Development of specifications for new work and maintenance Protection Against Corrosion of Iron and Steel in Structures – Zinc and Aluminium Coatings . 8 NACE NO. 11 NACE RP0169 NACE RP0188 NACE RP 0274 NACE RP0287 NACE RP0394 NACE RP0490 NACE RP0495 10 ©OGP . Fusion-Bonded Epoxy External Pipe Coating.International Association of Oil & Gas Producers ISO 11357-3 ISO 12944 ISO 14713 ISO 14918 ISO 16348 ISO 19840 ISO 28199 Plastics – Differential scanning calorimetry (DSC) – Part 3: Determination of temperature and enthalpy of melting and crystallization Paints and Varnishes – Corrosion protection of steel structures by protective paint systems Part 1: General introduction Part 2: Classification of environments Part 3: Design considerations.Evaluation of properties of coating systems related to the application process – 3 parts Coatings Used in Conjunction with Cathodic Protection Dehumudification and Temperature Control During Surface Preparation. and Other Enclosed Areas Electroless Nickel Coatings Coatings over Nonabrasive-Cleaned Steel Surfaces Coatings for the Repair and Rehabilitation of the External Coatings of Buried Steel Pipelines Liquid-Applied Coatings for High-Temperature Atmospheric Service Corrosion Prevention by Protective Coatings Preparation of Protective Coating Specifications for Atmospheric Service Brush-Off Blast Cleaning Surface Preparation and Cleaning of Metals by Waterjetting Prior to Recoating Industrial Blast Cleaning Thin-Film Organic Linings Applied in New Carbon Steel Process Vessels Standard Recommended Practice for Control of External Corrosion on Underground or Submerged Metallic Piping Systems Discontinuity (holiday) testing of protective coatings High voltage electrical inspection of pipeline coatings prior to installation Field Measurements of Surface Profile of Abrasive Blast Cleaned Steel Surface Using Replica Tape. Standard Recommended Practice for Application. Vessels. the thickness of dry film on rough surfaces Paints and varnishes .

SSPC-SP 5/NACE No.Approval and certification of surface treatment inspectors International Safety Guide for Oil Tankers and Terminals External Coating System Selection Criteria Application of Coatings to Concrete Application of External Coatings Application of Internal Linings Application of Underground Coatings Guidelines for Use of Coatings Practices Coatings Document Use Guideline Deutschen Normen Auschuss Pictorial Surface Preparation Standards for Coating Steel Surfaces Anticorrosive painting. 1 SSPC-SP 6/NACE No. 6 ©OGP 11 . Volume 1 Good Painting Practice Volume 2 Systems and Specifications Surface Preparation Commentary for Steel and Concrete Substrates Solvent Cleaning Hand Tool Cleaning Power Tool Cleaning White Metal Blast Cleaning Commercial Blast Cleaning Brush-Off Blast Cleaning Pickling Near-White Blast Cleaning Power Tool Cleaning to Bare Metal Surface Preparation and Cleaning of Metals by Waterjetting Prior to Recoating Surface Preparation of Concrete NF A 49 710 NF A 49 711 NF T 34 550 NORSOK M-001 NORSOK S-002 NS 476 OCIMF PIP CTCE1000 PIP CTSC1000 PIP CTSE1000 PIP CTSL1000 PIP CTSU1000 PIP CTEG1000 PIP CTGG1000 RAL 840 HR SIS 055900 SFS 8145 SSPC SSPC SSPC-SP COM. surface preparation methods of blast cleaned and shop primer coated steel substrates and preparation grades for respective treatments. 5 SSPC-SP 13/NACE No.Corrosion protection of steel structures by protective paints systems – Specifications Material selection Working environment Paints and coatings . 3 SSPC-SP 7/NACE No. SSPC-SP 3.Coatings standards and committees for the international oil & gas industry NACE SP0188 NACE TM0109 NACE TM0174 NACE TM0183 Discontinuity (Holiday) Testing of New Protective Coatings on Conductive Substrates Aboveground Survey Techniques for the Evaluation of Underground Pipeline Coating Condition Laboratory Methods for the Evaluation of Protective Coatings and Lining Materials on Metallic Substrates in Immersion Service Evaluation of Internal Plastic Coatings for Corrosion Control of Tubular Goods in an Aqueous Flowing Environment External three layer polyethylene based coating External triple layer polypropylene based coating – Appendix K: Test for evaluating delamination resistance under negative polarization Paints and varnishes. SSPC-SP 2. 2 SSPC-SP 11 SSPC-SP 12/NACE No. 4 SSPC-SP 8 SSPC-SP 10/NACE No. SSPC-SP 1.

00 Guide for Selecting Urethane Painting Systems SSPC-PS 18.01 Black (or Dark Red) Coal Tar Epoxy-Polyamide Painting System SSPC-PS Guide 12.01 Silicone Alkyd Painting System for New Steel SSPC-PS Guide 17.02 Four-Coat Vinyl Painting System SSPC-PS 4. and Maintenance of Protective Polymer Flooring Systems for Concrete SSPC-AB 1 Mineral and Slag Abrasives SSPC-AB 2 Cleanliness of Recycled Ferrous Metallic Abrasives SSPC-AB 3 Ferrous Metallic Abrasive SSPC-PS 1.01 Cold-Applied Asphalt Mastic Painting System with Extra Thick Film SSPC-PS 10.00 Guide for Selecting Vinyl Painting Systems SSPC-PS 4.00 Guide for Selecting Painting Systems for Boottoppings SSPC-PS Guide 21.04 Four-Coat White or Colored Vinyl Painting System (For Fresh Water.00/AWS C2. 12 SSPC-SP 14/NACE No.00 Guide for Selecting One-Coat Preconstruction or Prefabrication Painting Systems SSPC-CS 23. and Corrosive Atmospheres) SSPC-PS Guide 7.00 Guide for Selecting Painting Systems for Topsides SSPC-PS Guide 22. 8 SSPC-SP 15 SSPC-TR 1/NACE 6G194 SSPC-TR 2/NACE 6G198 SSPC-TR 3/NACE 6A192 12 ©OGP .04 Chlorinated Rubber Painting System for Field Application Over a ShopBase Inorganic Zinc-Rich Primer SSPC-PS 16. and Curing for Coatings/Linings of Steel Tanks.01 Epoxy Polyamide Painting System SSPC-PS 14.03 Chlorinated Rubber Painting System for Marine and Industrial Atmospheres SSPC-PS 15. Installation.00 Guide to Zinc-Rich Coating Systems SSPC-PS 12.02 Cold-Applied Coal Tar Mastic Painting System SSPC-PS 11.00 Guide to Topcoating Zinc-Rich Primers SSPC-PS 9. Vessels.00 Guide for Selecting Alkyd Painting Systems SSPC-PS Guide 4. Application. and Other Enclosed Spaces SSPC-TR 4/NACE 80200 Preparation of Protective Coating Specifications for Atmospheric Service SSPC-TR 5/ICRI 03741/NACE 02203 Design.13 One-Coat Oil Base Slow Drying Maintenance Painting System (Without Lead or Chromate Pigments) SSPC-PS Guide 2.01 Hot-Applied Coal Tar Enamel Painting System SSPC-PS 10.23M/NACE No.01 Three-Coat Latex Painting System SSPC-PS Guide 19.00 Guide for Selecting Oil Base Painting Systems SSPC-PS 1.00 Guide for Selecting One-Coat Shop Painting Systems SSPC-PS Guide 8.09 Three-Coat Oil Base Zinc Oxide Painting System (Without Lead or Chromate Pigment) SSPC-PS 1.02 Chlorinated Rubber Painting System for Fresh Water Immersion SSPC-PS 15.00 Guide for Selecting Painting Systems for Ship Bottoms SSPC-PS Guide 20.10 Four-Coat Oil Base Zinc Oxide Painting System (Without Lead or Chromate Pigment) SSPC-PS 1.01 Chlorinated Rubber Painting System for Salt Water Immersion SSPC-PS 15.00 Guide for Selecting Chlorinated Rubber Painting Systems SSPC-PS 15.International Association of Oil & Gas Producers Industrial Blast Cleaning Commercial Grade Power Tool Cleaning Thermal Pre-Cleaning Wet Abrasive Blast Cleaning Dehumidification and Temperature Control During Surface Preparation. Chemical.01 Steel Joist Shop Painting System SSPC-PS Guide 15.01 One Coat Zinc-Rich Painting System SSPC-PS 13.

Alkyd.Inorganic and Type II . Linseed Oil Primer for Use Over Blast Cleaned Steel Slow-Drying Linseed Oil Black Maintenance Primer (Without Lead or Chromate Pigment) Basic Zinc Chromate-Vinyl Butyral Wash Primer Water-Borne Epoxy Primer for Steel Surfaces Zinc Dust Sacrificial Primer. Zinc. and Their Alloys and Composites for the Corrosion Protection of Steel Latex Painting System for Industrial and Marine Atmospheres. Zinc Oxide. Performance-Based Coal Tar Emulsion Coating Coal Tar Mastic.00 SSPC-PS 26. Performance-Based Aluminum Alkyd Paint Black Alkyd Paint White or Tinted Alkyd Paint Black Vinyl Paint High-Build Thixotropic Leafing Aluminum Paint Commentary on Paint Application Monitoring and Controlling Ambient Conditions During Coating Operations ©OGP 13 .00 SSPC-Paint COM SSPC-Paint 8 SSPC-Paint 9 SSPC-Paint 15 SSPC-Paint 16 SSPC-Paint 17 SSPC-Paint 18 SSPC-Paint 19 SSPC-Paint 20 SSPC-Paint 21 SSPC-Paint 22 SSPC-Paint 23 SSPC-Paint 24 SSPC-Paint 25 SSPC-Paint 25 SSPC-Paint 26 SSPC-Paint 27 SSPC-Paint 28 SSPC-Paint 29 SSPC-Paint 30 SSPC-Paint 31 SSPC-Paint 32 SSPC-Paint 33 SSPC-Paint 34 SSPC-Paint 35 SSPC-Paint 36 SSPC-Paint 37 SSPC-Paint 38 SSPC-Paint 39 SSPC-Paint 101 SSPC-Paint 102 SSPC-Paint 104 SSPC-Paint 106 SSPC-Paint 108 SSPC-PA COM Specification for the Application of Thermal Spray Coatings (Metallizing) of Aluminum.00 SSPC-PS 27.Organic White or Colored Silicone Alkyd Paint Epoxy Polyamide Paints (Primer. Type I . Performance-Based Waterborne Epoxy Coating for Cementitious Substrates. Performance-Based Alkyd Coating System Materials Specification. Fast or Moderate Drying. and Topcoat) Latex Primer for Steel Surfaces Latex Semigloss Exterior Topcoat Zinc Oxide. Performance-Based Commentary on Paint Specifications Aluminum Vinyl Paint White (or Colored) Vinyl Paint Steel Joist Shop Primer/Metal Building Primer Coal Tar Epoxy-Polyamide Black (or Dark Red) Paint Chlorinated Rubber Inhibitive Primer Chlorinated Rubber Intermediate Coat Paint Chlorinated Rubber Topcoat Paint Zinc-Rich Coating. Cold Applied Water-Borne Epoxy Topcoat for Steel Surfaces Medium Oil Alkyd Primer (Air Dry/Low Bake) Two-Component Weatherable Aliphatic Polyurethane Topcoat. Linseed Oil Primer for Use Over Hand Cleaned Steel BCS. Intermediate. Performance-Based Weld-Through Inorganic Zinc Primer Single-Package Water-Borne Alkyd Primer for Steel Surfaces. Performance-Based Two-Component Aliphatic Polyurea Topcoat. Performance-Based Aluminum Pigmented Epoxy Coating System Materials Specification. PerformanceBased Single-Component Moisture-Cure Weatherable Aliphatic Polyurethane Topcoat.Coatings standards and committees for the international oil & gas industry SSPC-PS 24. Alkyd.

International Association of Oil & Gas Producers Shop. Organic. Installation. or Inorganic Zinc-Coated Steel Using Organic Zinc-Rich Coatings SSPC-Guide 15 Field Methods for Retrieval and Analysis of Soluble Salts on Steel and Other Nonporous Substrates SSPC-Guide 16 Guide to Specifying and Selecting Dust Collectors SSPC-Guide 17 Guide to Developing a Corporate Safety Program for Industrial Painting and Coating Contractors SSPC-TU 1 Surface-Tolerant Coatings for Steel SSPC-TU 2 Design. 11 Thin-Film Organic Linings Applied in New Carbon Steel Process Vessels SSPC-QP COM Commentary on Qualification Procedures SSPC-QP 1 Standard Procedure for Evaluating Painting Contractors (Field Application to Complex Industrial Structures) SSPC-QP 2 Standard Procedure for the Qualification of Painting Contractors (Field Removal of Hazardous Coatings from Complex Structures) SSPC-QP 3 Standard Procedure for Evaluating Qualifications of Shop Painting Applicators SSPC-QP 4 Standard Procedure for Evaluating the Qualifications of Contractors Disturbing Hazardous Coatings During Demolition and Repair Work SSPC-QP 5 Standard Procedure for Evaluating the Qualifications of Coating and Lining Inspection Companies SSPC-QP 6 Standard Procedure for Evaluating the Qualifications of Contractors Who Apply Thermal Spray (Metallizing) for Corrosion Protection of Steel and Concrete Structures SSPC-QP 7 Procedure for Evaluating Painting Contractors with Limited Industrial Work Experience SSPC-QP 8 Standard Procedure for Evaluating the Qualifications of Contracting Firms That Install Polymer Coatings and Surfacings on Concrete and Other Cementitious Substrates SSPC-QS 1 Standard Procedure for Evaluating a Contractor's Advanced Quality Management System SSPC-Guide 6 Guide for Containing Debris Generated During Paint Removal Operations SSPC-Guide 7 Guide for the Disposal of Lead-Contaminated Surface Preparation Debris SSPC-Guide 9 Guide for Atmospheric Testing of Coatings in the Field SSPC-Guide 10 Guide to Specifying Coatings Conforming to Volatile Organic Compound (VOC) Content Requirements SSPC-Guide 12 Guide for Illumination of Industrial Painting Projects SSPC-Guide 13 Guide for the Identification and Use of Industrial Coating Materials in Computerized Product Databases SSPC-Guide 14 Guide for the Repair of Imperfections in Galvanized. Field. and Maintenance of Coating Systems for Concrete Used in Secondary Containment (NACE 6G197) SSPC-TU 3 Overcoating SSPC-TU 5 Accelerated Testing of Industrial Protective Coatings SSPC-PA 1 SSPC-PA 2 SSPC-PA 3 SSPC-PA Guide 4 14 ©OGP . 10 Fiberglass-Reinforced Plastic (FRP) Linings Applied to Bottoms of Carbon Steel Aboveground Storage Tanks SSPC-PA 7 Applying Thin Film Coatings to Concrete SSPC-PA 8/NACE No. and Maintenance Painting of Steel Measurement of Dry Coating Thickness with Magnetic Gages A Guide to Safety in Paint Application Guide to Maintenance Repainting with Oil Base or Alkyd Painting Systems SSPC-PA Guide 5 Guide to Maintenance Coating of Steel Structures in Atmospheric Surface SSPC-PA 6/NACE No.

ogp. OGP report № 362.org. January 2005 available at www. Soil. For full catalogue ref. ©OGP 15 . and Water Sampling During Surface Preparation and Paint Disturbance Activities The Use of Isocyanate-Containing Paints as Industrial Maintenance Coatings Estimating Costs for Protective Coatings Projects Procedures for Applying Thick Film Coatings and Surfacings Over Concrete Floors Inspection of Fluorescent Coating Systems 2.uk. This report lists about 1300 ISO standards and 700 IEC standards used by the OGP Standards committee member companies.4 OGP Catalogue of standards OGP Standards committee has developed a Catalogue of International – IEC and ISO – Standards used in the petroleum and natural gas industries.Coatings standards and committees for the international oil & gas industry SSPC-TU 6 SSPC-TU 7 SSPC-TU 8 SSPC-TU 9 SSPC-TU 10 SSPC-TU 11 Chemical Stripping of Organic Coatings from Steel Structures Conducting Ambient Air.

CSA. on behalf of ISO/TC 67. A number of the ISO standards developed are also applicable to the downstream industry. 16 ©OGP . welding and joining and NDE requirements in order to determine the gaps and overlaps. either ISO or others as appropriate at the time. but there is no work on coating standards at present. corrosion control. corrosion control. • to identify possible new work items to fill the gaps. Statoil has the chair and the secretary is held by ABNT. The WG8 scope of work may be considered to include coating standards (.International Association of Oil & Gas Producers 3 – ISO/TC67 coating related standards work 3. The present scope of WG8 include among others: • to provide advice to ISO/TC 67 subcommittees and work groups on the selection of Standards for materials. it was proposed. welding and joining and NDE. ABNT. CEN.. welding and joining and NDE. petrochemical and natural gas industry” is the main ISO committee for development of standards within the upstream oil & gas industry. Rostechregulirovanie (ex GOST). where it is necessary to ensure that the needs of ISO/ TC 67 are met. equipment and offshore structures for the petroleum. 3. GSO. • to propose liaisons. ISO/TC67 enjoys good cooperation with API. for example by identifying possible new work items to harmonise the overlaps. Observation & comment: WG8 has one active new work item to develop an ISO 21457 for “Materials selection and corrosion control for oil and gas production systems”. Brazil. • to analyse the current and pending ISO/TC 67 design and equipment standards for references to materials. • to propose the initiation of new work items that are directly relevant to ISO/TC 67 and that are specifically in the fields of materials. corrosion control. welding and joining and NDT Following the OGP Materials Workshop 7-8 February 2007. corrosion control.2 ISO/TC67/WG8 Materials.) in general. • to assist in the prioritisation of work items for materials. and to recommend where in ISO the work could be done most efficiently. • to propose rationalisation where overlaps exist.. corrosion. ISO 21457. welding and joining and NDE. with other ISO TCs covering materials. SAC and other standards development organisations which adopt many of the ISO standards published. which is now well underway with its first ISO standard on materials selection. welding and joining and NDE. balloted and agreed within ISO to reactivate this WG.1 General ISO/TC67 “Materials.corrosion control. corrosion control.

ISO 21809.4 ISO/TC 67/SC 2/WG 19 Wet thermal insulation coatings This is a Joint WG between SC 2 and SC 4 of ISO/TC 67 that is just starting to develop an ISO standard for this subject.3 ISO/TC 67/SC 2 WG 14 External pipeline protective coatings This is a large and very active WG with five task groups with the responsibility to develop a new series of standards for external protective coatings for transport pipeline systems. Petroleum and natural gas industries – External coatings for buried or submerged pipelines used in pipeline transportation systems.Coatings standards and committees for the international oil & gas industry 3. 3. ©OGP 17 . currently in 5 parts: • • • • • WG14-1 Polyolefin coatings (3-layer PE & 3-layer PP) WG14-2 Fushion bonded epoxy coatings WG14-3 Field joint coatings WG14-4 Polyethylene coatings (2-layer PE) WG14-5 External concrete coatings Observation & comment: SC2 has indicated that the work of WG14 needs more participation from the end user companies.

Subcommittees and Working Groups: TC 35/CAG TC 35/WG 1 TC 35/WG 2 TC 35/SC 2 TC 35/SC 9 TC 35/SC 10 TC 35/SC 12 TC 35/SC 14 TC 35/SC 14/WG 5 TC 35/SC 14/WG 6 TC 35/SC 14/WG 9 Chairman's advisory group Volatile organic compounds Terminology Pigments and extenders General test methods for paints and varnishes Test methods for binders for paints and varnishes Preparation of steel substrates before application of paints and related products Protective paint systems for steel structures Protective paint systems Laboratory performance test methods Protective paint systems for offshore structures. varnishes and related products.iso. ISO 20340. Observation & comment: The latter of these WGs deals specifically with coating standards for offshore structures.iso. that is largely based on references to ISO 12944. The complete listing of these standards can be seen at this link: http://www.org/ iso/iso_catalogue/catalogue_tc/catalogue_tc_browse.International Association of Oil & Gas Producers 4 – ISO/TC35 Paints and varnishes Scope: Standardisation in the field of paints. Participating countries: 26 Observing countries: 47 For updated information.htm?commid=47962.htm?commid=47962&published=on&includesc=true – TC35 list of published standards. 18 ©OGP . please visit http://www.org/iso/standards_development/technical_committees/list_of_iso_technical_committees/iso_technical_committee_participation. including raw materials. This TC and its SCs have developed and published a large number of ISO standards (313 as of November 2009).

fusion.Coatings standards and committees for the international oil & gas industry 5 – ISO/TC107 Metallic and other inorganic coatings Scope: as follows: • Standardisation of the characteristics of protective and decorative metallic coating applied by electrolysis. ion plating. please visit http://www. vacuum or chemical means. • Standardisation of testing and inspection methods for such coatings.htm?commid=51358 . Subcommittees and Working Groups: TC 107/WG 1 TC 107/WG 2 TC 107/WG 3 TC 107/SC 2 TC 107/SC 3 TC 107/SC 4 TC 107/SC 7 TC 107/SC 8 Thermal spraying Vitreous and porcelain enamel coatings Terminology: surface treatment.org/iso/standards_development/technical_committees/list_of_iso_technical_committees/iso_technical_committee_participation. • Standardisation of the preparation of the substrates prior to the deposition of metallic and inorganic coatings Total number of published ISO standards related to the TC and its SCs: 122 For updated information. Participating countries: 18 Observing countries: 24 For updated information.) Corrosion tests Chemical conversion coatings ©OGP 19 .iso. fusion.org/iso/iso_catalogue/catalogue_tc/catalogue_ tc_browse. mechanical deposition. • Standardisation of the characteristics of protective and decorative non-metallic coatings (excluding paints and other organic coatings) on metal surface applied by electrolysis. vacuum or chemical means. please visit http://www. etc.iso.htm?commid=51358&published=on&includesc=true . metallic and other inorganic coatings Test methods – STANDBY Electrodeposited coatings and related finishes Hot dip coatings (galvanized.

ISO/TC156/SG8 N260 of January 2009. Participating countries: 19 Observing countries: 25 For updated information.. like: ISO/NP 12495 ISO/NP 13173 Next meeting of ISO/TC 156 will be held 29 March – 1 April 2010. The secretariat has been transferred to China and the TC is working on a new business plan. It also deals with the coordination of these activities within ISO (WG8).org/iso/iso_catalogue/catalogue_tc/catalogue_ tc_browse.iso. China. 7 – API standard committees API has been working on standards for the oil & gas industry since 1923. Committee structure (WG No. and published a few coating standards relative to this subject: • API Bull 91 Planning and Conducting Surface Preparation and Coating Operations for Oil and Natural Gas Drilling and Production Facilities in a Marine Environment • API RP 5L2 RP for Internal Coating of Line Pipe for Non-Corrosive Gas Transmission Service • API RP 5L7 RP for Un-primed Internal Fusion Bonded Epoxy Coating of Line Pipe • API RP 5L9 External Fusion Bounded Epoxy Coating of Line Pipe 20 ©OGP .org/iso/standards_development/technical_committees/list_of_iso_technical_committees/iso_technical_committee_participation. please visit http://www. Document No.htm?commid=53264.International Association of Oil & Gas Producers 6 – ISO/TC56 Corrosion of metals and alloys Scope: Standardisation in the field of corrosion of metals and alloys including corrosion test methods and corrosion prevention methods.Testing and performance BSI High temperature corrosion JISC (DIN) Tribo-corrosion KATS Cathodic protection for fixed steel offshore structures Cathodic protection for steel offshore floating structures ISO/TC 156 work program currently include standards of interest to the oil & gas industry. in Suzhou.iso. Total number of published ISO standards related to the TC and its SCs: 54 For updated information. Title and Secretariat): WG 1 WG 2 WG 4 WG 5 WG 6 WG 7 WG 8 WG 9 WG 10 WG 11 WG 12 WG 13 WG 14 Terminology SIS Stress corrosion cracking BSI Atmospheric corrosion testing and Classification of corrosivity of atmosphere CNI Intergranular corrosion GOST R General principles for testing and data interpretation SIS Accelerated corrosion tests SIS Coordination BSI Corrosion testing of materials for nuclear power generation AFNOR Cathodic protection of buried and immersed metallic structures SCC Electrochemical test methods JISC Industrial and cooling water systems.htm?commid=53264&published=on&includesc=true . please visit http://www.

9 – CEN/TC12 This CEN/TC 12 committee “Materials.Coatings standards and committees for the international oil & gas industry 8 – ASTM standard committees Numerous ASTM standards are published for the broad application of relevant industries and many of the ASTM standards are being used in the oil & gas industry as reference documents.htm) • Paint and Related Coatings.astm.htm) • Protective Coating and Lining Work for Power Generation Facilities D33 (http://www.htm) OGP is.org/ COMMIT/COMMITTEE/D33.htm) • Coatings (Metallic and Inorganic) B08 (http://www.org/COMMIT/COMMITTEE/035.htm) • Metallic and Inorganic Coatings B08 (http://www. petrochemical and natural gas industries” mainly mirrors and adopts the standards developed by ISO/ TC67 as EN-ISO standards.htm) • Metallic-Coated Iron and Steel Products A05 (http://www.astm.org/COMMIT/COMMITTEE/A05.org/ COMMIT/COMMITTEE/D33.astm.astm.org/COMMIT/COMMITTEE/D01. equipment and offshore structures for petroleum.org/COMMIT/COMMITTEE/F25. According to the ASTM website. ©OGP 21 .htm) • Paint and Varnishes (US TAG ISO/TC35) 035 (http://www.astm. which are basically all the 30+ members countries of the European Union and its European Economic Area. These in turn are adopted by all national members of CEN.htm) • Metal Powders and Metal Powder Products B09 (http://www.astm. CEN/TC12 has adopted more than 115 of the ISO/TC67 published standards.org/COMMIT/COMMITTEE/B08. not aware of any active participation by global oil & gas industry representatives in the ASTM work. such as: • Coating (Protective) and Lining Work for Power Generation Facilities D33 (http://www. As of December 2009.astm. Materials and Applications D01 (http://www.org/COMMIT/COMMITTEE/B09. ASTM technical committees are made up of professionals from around the globe who develop ASTM standards.astm. however.astm. Materials and Applications D01 (http://www.astm.htm) • Ships and Marine Technology F25 (http://www.org/COMMIT/COMMITTEE/B08.org/COMMIT/COMMITTEE/D01. There are over 130 ASTM technical committees covering diverse industry areas ranging from metals to the environment.htm) • Coatings (Paint and Related).

Raw materials are including binders. as far as they are used for coating materials • Coating materials (paints. 12 – DIN/NA002 Coatings and Coating Materials standards committee NA002 committee is an institution of DIN with the task of organizing the standardization work on the following topics: • Raw materials for coating materials (paints. solvents and driers. synthetic resins.External organic coatings for the corrosion protection of burried or immersed steel pipelines used in conjunction with cathodic protection . eg oils. 11 – CEN/TC219 Cathodic protection This committee has issued the following standard: EN 12068 Cathodic protection .International Association of Oil & Gas Producers 10 – CEN/TC139 Paints and varnishes Subcommittees and Working Groups: SC 1 SC 1/WG 2 WG 1 WG 2 WG 8 WG 9 Paint systems for the protection of steel structures against corrosion Test methods and interpretation of test results Coating systems for masonry Coating systems for wood Powder organic coatings for hot-dip-galvanized steel products Testing of coil coated metals CEN/TC139 adopts most of the standards published by ISO/TC35 as European Norms (EN). varnishes and similar coating materials) • Coatings 22 ©OGP .Tapes and shrinkable materials. varnishes and similar coating materials. plasticisers.

Part 1: Polyolefin coatings (3-layer PE and 3-layer PP) (ISO/DIS 21809-1) Petroleum and natural gas industries .Internal lining with cement mortar Steel tubes and fittings for onshore and offshore pipelines .External field joint coatings Steel tubes for onshore and offshore water pipelines .Internal and external polyamide powder based coatings Steel tubes and fittings for onshore and offshore pipelines .External coatings for buried or submerged pipelines used in pipeline transportation systems .External liquid applied epoxy and epoxy-modified coatings Steel tubes and fittings for onshore and offshore pipelines .External coatings for buried or submerged pipelines used in pipeline transportation systems .Part 3: Field joint coatings Petroleum and natural gas industries .Internal liquid applied epoxy linings for corrosion protection The following three standards emanating from the ISO/TC67 work are on the ECISS/TC29 programme for adoption: prEN ISO 21809-1 Petroleum and natural gas industries .Internal coating for the reduction of friction for conveyance of non corrosive gas Steel tubes and fittings for onshore and offshore pipelines .External coatings for buried or submerged pipelines used in pipeline transportation systems .External two layer extruded polyethylene based coatings Steel tubes and fittings for onshore and offshore pipelines .Bituminous hot applied materials for external coating Steel tubes and fittings for on and offshore pipelines .External liquid applied polyurethane and polyurethane-modified coatings Steel tubes and fittings for on shore and offshore pipelines .Part 5: External concrete coatings (ISO/DIS 21809-5) prEN ISO 21809-3 prEN ISO 21809-5 The structure of ECISS/TC29 includes the following of interest: ECISS/TC 29/SC 4 Coatings for steel tubes ECISS/TC 29/SC 4/WG 15 Internal liquid epoxy lining ©OGP 23 .Coatings standards and committees for the international oil & gas industry 13 – ECISS/TC29 Steel tubes and fittings for steel tubes Published standards of relevance to the oil & gas industry: EN 10288 EN 10289 EN 10290 EN 10298 EN 10300 EN 10301 EN 10310 EN 10329 EN 10339 Steel tubes and fittings for onshore and offshore pipelines .

Some of their publication touches upon coating. It covers cathodic protection. This mission is achieved by: • Providing the organisation within which networking. and incorporates valuable lessons learned from designers. information sharing and collaboration among users on non-competitive technical matters can take place • Influencing the way written regulations are interpreted and applied in practice • Promoting and presenting the users’ views. The document provides an overview of principles and practices relating to materials selection and corrosion control for subsea oil and gas production equipment. One of the EEMUA committees focus on Material Technology (EEMUA MTC) but there is no committee on Coating as such. and protective coatings and insulation. fasteners and gaskets. which is expected for April 2010. manufacturers. 24 ©OGP . flexible piping. valves. and training materials • Facilitating members’ participation in national.International Association of Oil & Gas Producers 14 – EEMUA (UK) EEMUA (Engineering Equipment & Materials Users’ Association) was founded in 1983 by amalgamating the Engineering Equipment Users Association (EEUA) founded in 1950 with the Oil Companies Materials Association (OCMA). also founded in the early 1950s. 15 – European Federation of Corrosion The main activities of the EFC are: • EFC reports and state-of-the-art reviews on corrosion and protection • Working Parties on corrosion and protection issues • Organization of congresses: –– The European Corrosion Congress (EUROCORR ) –– Application of Electrochemical Techniques to Organic Coatings (AETOC) WP14 is the denomination of a Working Group on “Coatings”. and by the active. enlightened promotion of the distinct interests of engineering users. umbilicals. manifold piping. specifications. offshore contractors and operators. such as their "EEMUA 194 – Guidelines for Materials Selection and Corrosion Control for Subsea Oil and Gas Production Equipment". One of the latest activities of the WP14 is the Green Book on “Self Healing Properties of New Surface Treatments (EFC 58)”. instruments. hydraulic control and chemical injection systems. flowlines and risers. and to reduce the cost of operating industrial facilities by sharing experience and expertise. wellheads and Christmas trees. and encouraging the application of good sound engineering practice • Developing and publishing user standards. EEMUA has its head office in London and most of its members are British companies. EEMUA’s mission is to improve quality and safety. European and international standards making • Influencing relevant national and European legislation and regulations.

–– Improve communication by implementing codes. symbols and other standards. The main purpose would be to unify the oil and gas industry standardization efforts in the Gulf countries by adopting International Standards as Gulf Standards and developing new Gulf standards to satisfy the Gulf region specific requirements . • Uniform design of facilities will allow for lower manufacturer /contractor quotations. the group will also be developing an External corrosion awareness handbook aimed at informing inspectors and on-site personnel. demonstrations. 17 – Gulf Standards Organistion GSO TC 7 – Gulf Standards Technical Committee for Oil and Gas Industry International Standards Workshop for Global Oil and Gas Industry focus on Region 3-4 April 2006 jointly organised between OGP and Qatar Petroleum took a recommendation to establish a Gulf Region Oil and Gas Industry Standards Technical Committee. engineering. etc. Health & Safety Executive. • To achieve cost optimisation in procurement (material/equipment). warnings. the Corrosion Management Working Group (CMWG) was formed which comprises the Energy Institute. management of coatings through the development of KPIs for External Corrosion Protection. reliability and efficiency through: –– Variety control and inter-changeability. • Reduction in Engineering and construction project schedules and project cycle time. symbols. the EI managed development of the publication Guidance For Corrosion Management In Oil And Gas Production And Processing and its associated Corrosion threats handbook both of which were published during 2008. This can be through: • Eliminate confusion in design. terminology. In parallel to this. The CMWG is now working on developing further guidance on external corrosion in particular. • To improve quality of work and avoid work duplication of standardization work within GCC. production/ processing and services. ©OGP 25 .7 was approved on the 19th of April 2006 by GSO GS and with Qatar as Chair and Secretary. It is envisaged that this publication will be accepted and applied throughout the wider industry and will aid reducing costs associated with this important aspect of plant maintenance. General Objectives • To unify the Gulf Oil & Gas Industry Standardisation work in order to achieve uniformity. –– Educate through provisions for instructions. The Technical Committee No. design. maintenance & procurement. –– Provide technical guidance for design. procurement and maintenance activities.Coatings standards and committees for the international oil & gas industry 16 – Energy Institute During 2006. which leads to cost saving. On behalf of this group. –– Improve the quality of life by providing improvements in HSE standards. construction. –– Implement solutions to various problems through standard legislation. • Reduction in HSE costs as a result of standardisation. offshore operators and consultants supported by Oil and Gas UK.

part 5: external concrete coatings Title Specifications for pipeline cleaning. regional and international organisations. Natural Gas industries and LNG industries i. which satisfy the region specific requirements as Gulf Standards.SC4) and five Working Groups (WG1WG5).external coatings for buried and submerged pipelines used in pipeline transportation systems . This is in cooperation with the relevant national.external coatings for buried and submerged pipelines used in pipeline transportation systems . • To establish a database for Gulf Oil & Gas Companies Standards & Specifications and provide easy access to all members GSO TC7 Scope of Work Gulf Standards Technical Committee for oil & gas industry in the GCC Countries (GSO TC7) covers the following activities: • Standards and Technical Regulations for materials. GSO-TC7-016 GSO-TC7-017 GSO-TC7-019 GSO-TC7-020 GSO-TC7-021 GSO/ISO 21809-1 GSO/ISO 21809-3 GSO/ISO 21809-4 GSO/ISO 21809-5 Pipeline internal coating and lining External coating of riser pipes Corrosion inhibitors and their injection package for oil and gas production facilities Internal lining of above ground steel storage tanks and vessels . • To develop new and update current Oil & Gas relevant Gulf Standards to satisfy the GCC Countries specific requirements.e. • To adopt latest revisions of Oil & Gas International Standards. inspection and testing.International Association of Oil & Gas Producers Specific GSO TC 7 Objectives • To harmonise GCC Countries Oil. Current work programme on coating related standards: Group SC3 WG5 WG5 SC4 WG5 WG5 WG5 WG5 WG5 Standard No. TC 28 and TC 193 technical work to include Gulf Region specific requirements. • Standards & Technical Regulations related to the Petroleum and natural gas products (refined products.rigid reinforced fibre glass lining Petroleum and natural gas industries . transportation and storage equipment. ie fuel Products & LNG/NGL Products) and petrochemicals. • Standards and Technical Regulations related to technical terminology. TC 176. GSO TC 7 Structure GSO TC 7 Structure includes four Sub-committees (SC1.external coatings for buried and submerged pipelines used in pipeline transportation systems . regional and international organisations • To establish a system for involvement of GCC Countries in ISO TC 67. equipment and offshore structures used in Petroleum. This is in cooperation with the relevant national. Safety..part 3 : field joint coatings Petroleum and natural gas industries – external coatings for buried and submerged pipelines used in pipeline transportation systems – part 4: polyethylene coatings (2-layer pe) Petroleum and natural gas industries . production. Within GSO TC 7 WG5 – Working Group on Coatings and Linings handles standards on coatings and linings. Gas & Petrochemical companies standards with each other and with international standards. processing. Qatar is the Chair and Secretary of this WG.part1: polyolefin coatings (3-layer pe and 3-layer pp) Petroleum and natural gas industries . Security and Environment. Management Systems: Quality. drilling. Petrochemical. gauging flooding & hydro-testing 26 ©OGP . latest technology and international standardisation needs. Health.

798(19) MSC.Coatings standards and committees for the international oil & gas industry 18 – IMO A group of experts under the IMO Sub-Committee on Ship Design and Equipment (DE) has developed a number of standards and guidelines for performance standard for protective coatings of dedicated seawater tanks.215(82) Performance standard for protective coatings for dedicated seawater ballast tanks in all types of ships and double-side skin spaces of bulk carriers Performance standard for protective coatings for void spaces on bulk carriers and oil tankers Guidelines for the selection. MSC. void spaces.244(83) A. whereas others are voluntary for the shipping industry. oil tankers etc. See report of the Coating Working Group from the last session of the DE Sub-Committee (DE 52/WP.1/Circ. Normally. minimum 1 ½ year have to pass before the standards enter into force. annexes 2 and 3. application and maintenance of corrosion prevention systems of dedicated seawater ballast tanks Guidelines for corrosion protection of permanent means of access arrangements Guidelines for maintenance and repair of protective coatings Draft new SOLAS regulation and the draft performance standard for cargo oil tanks of crude oil tankers.1279 MSC.1330 DRAFT IN DEVELOPMENT ©OGP 27 .5) 9 March 2009.1/Circ. Guidelines for test procedures (in development) MSC. Some of these are mandatory under the SOLAS regulations. These standards and guidelines may well be useful for the oil & gas industry. The relevant ones are approved by the IMO Sub-committee and the IMO Marine Safety Committee for use.

NACE have members in 92 countries. for Underground Piping Systems: Review of NACE Standard RP0375 28 ©OGP . Polyolefin Resin Systems: Review of NACE SP0185-2007 Coatings. Since then NACE has been dedicated to a single mission – to protect people. Rehabilitation. and Girth Weld Joints on Pipelines Coating Systems. Protective: Atmospheric http://web.International Association of Oil & Gas Producers 19 – NACE standards committee NACE International was originally known as "The National Association of Corrosion Engineers" when it was established in 1943 by eleven corrosion engineers in the pipeline industry. exhibits and topical meetings in the corrosion industry • Recognising distinguished achievement in corrosion through the presentation of well-respected awards • Linking you to colleagues and important career information • Enhancing programs. Protective: Immersion and Buried Service http://web. Tape for External Repair. Oilfield: Thermoplastic Liners Coatings. D.org/Departments/Technical/Directory/Committee.nace. and Weld Joints on Pipelines Coatings. from chemical processing and water systems to transportation and infrastructure protection. and is recognized around the world as an authority for corrosion control solutions.C. NACE International is a track to the corrosion engineering and science community.nace.org/Departments/Technical/Directory/Committee. Polyurethane for Field Repair.aspx?id=dfdc32a6-5fef-db11-9194-0017a4466950 TEG 354X TEG 359X TG 031 TG 034 TG 037 TG 248 TG 251 TG 263 TG 264 TG 265 TG 281 TG 296 Pipeline Coatings: Underground Blistering External Pipeline Coatings: Performance Under High-Operating-Temperature Conditions Pipeline Coating. assets. NACE International serves its members by: • Setting standards for the corrosion industry • Disseminating the latest technology worldwide through peer-reviewed journals and technical papers • Hosting and managing the most important international conferences. and environment from the effects of corrosion. and Weld Joints on Pipelines Offshore Ballast Water Tank Coatings: Standard Test Method Offshore Exterior Submerged Coatings: Standard Test Method Coating. Rehabilitations.aspx?id=dedc32a6-5fef-db11-9194-0017a4466950 TG 260 TG 312 TG 340 Offshore Platform Maintenance Coatings (Nonimmersion): Standard Test Methods Offshore Platforms: Coatings for Atmospheric and Splash Zone New Construction Offshore Coating Condition Assessment for Maintenance Planning STG 03 Coatings and Linings. Plant-Applied Fusion-Bonded Epoxy: Review of NACE Standard RP0394 Pipeline Coatings. services and connections with the corporate community • Promoting the interests of the corrosion science and engineering industry through government relation activities in Washington. Wax. Built upon decades of knowledge and expertise from dedicated members all around the world. External: Gouge Test Pipelines. Heat-Shrink Sleeves for External Repair. NACE International is involved in every industry and area of corrosion prevention and control. some of them are listed here: STG 02 Coatings and Linings. Rehabilitations. NACE has three Specific Technology Groups (STG) relevant for this subject and reporting to these there are a large number of Task Groups (TGs) and Technology Exchange Groups (TEGs).

Testing. Polyolefin Resin Systems: Review of NACE SP0185-2007 TG 281 Coatings. and Weld Joints on Pipelines TG 251 Coatings.aspx?id=e0dc32a6-5fef-db11-9194-0017a4466950 Pipelines: Liquid Petroleum Industry Corrosion Control Issues Forum Coatings Under Insulation Material Testing Procedure Recommendations: Discussion TEG 399X Evaluation. Distribution. "The Control of Corrosion Under Thermal Insulation and Fireproofing Materials—A Systems Approach" TG 352 Coating Systems (External) for Pipeline Directional Drill Applications TG 386 Below-Grade Corrosion Control of Transmission. Test Methods. and Substation Structures by Coating Systems TEG 314X TEG 351X ©OGP 29 . Tape for External Repair. and/or Test Methodologies for High Operating Temperature Pipelines. and Specifying Coating Materials for Elevated Temperatures for Insulated and Uninsulated Service TEG 424X Insulative Coatings TG 248 Coatings. and Weld Joints on Pipelines TG 265 Coating.Coatings standards and committees for the international oil & gas industry TG 336 TG 337 TG 352 TG 353 External Pipeline Coatings: Practices. and Girth Weld Joints on Pipelines TG 296 Coating Systems. Immersion and Buried Service Only External Pipeline Coatings: Field Installation and Inspection Criteria for Maximum Performance Coating Systems (External) for Pipeline Directional Drill Applications External Pipeline Coatings: Multi-Layer Polyolefin Coating Systems STG 04 Coatings and Linings.org/Departments/Technical/Directory/Committee. Distribution. Protective: Surface Preparation http://web.nace. Rehabilitations. and Substation Structures TG 395 Above Grade (Atmospheric) Corrosion Control of Transmission. Rehabilitation. Heat-Shrink Sleeves for External Repair. for Underground Piping Systems: Review of NACE Standard RP0375 TG 325 CUI Revision of NACE Standard RP0198. Polyurethane for Field Repair. Rehabilitations. Wax.

Subject to development and publication of international standards. pulp & paper. NORSOK standards are as far as possible intended to replace the Norwegian oil company specifications and serve as references in the authorities’ regulations. and pharmaceuticals will also find the PIP harmonization process and published Practices to be of value in their industries. Chevron. PIP operates under the umbrella of the Construction Industry Institute. Shell and others are members of PIP. 2. ConocoPhillips. in the USA. 5. The NORSOK standards are prepared and published with supported by OLF (The Norwegian Oil Industry Association) and Norsk Industri (Federation of Norwegian Industries). NORSOK standards are administered and published by SN (Standards Norway). including Coatings. BP. In 2002. PIP has eight active Function Teams harmonising Practices in the following a number of engineering disciplines. value adding and cost effectiveness for petroleum industry developments and operations. Furthermore. Where relevant. 1997) 21 – Process Industry Practices (PIP) PIP is a self-funded consortium of process industry companies that share the goal of reducing process plant costs by up to 6% through the development and implementation of common industry practices for projects and maintenance work. Current activities include “enablement” of PIP Practices for global application and identification of specific globalization needs for each PIP discipline. a recognized research unit within the University of Texas at Austin. The NORSOK standards are normally based on recognized international standards. the relevant NORSOK standard will be withdrawn.International Association of Oil & Gas Producers 20 – NORSOK standards committee – Standards Norway The NORSOK standards are developed by the Norwegian petroleum industry since 1993 to ensure adequate safety. June 2004) • M-503 Cathodic protection (Rev. PIP chartered a standing Globalization Committee that is providing direction for future additional development. Refractory. Insulation. NORSOK standards will be used to provide the Norwegian industry input to the international standardization process. 30 ©OGP . adding the provisions deemed necessary to fill the broad needs of the Norwegian petroleum industry. 4. August 2004) • M-501 Surface preparation and protective coating (Rev. The NORSOK standards are developed according to the consensus principle generally applicable standards work and according to established procedures defined in NORSOK A-001. Sept. includes coating in its scope and meets regularly and is responsible for the publication and maintenance of eg following NORSOK standards: • M-001 Materials selection (Rev. Expert Group Materials (SN/K114/EgM) is active. Related industries such as power.

environmental regulations.sspc.org/training/] company and individual certification programs [http://www. SSPC has over 7.sspc. equipment and materials used for surface preparation and coating work on industrial steel and concrete structures. components and substrates. and much more.7 – Protection of Concrete and Cementitious Substrates SSPC Technical Committees are divided into six large Group Committees. If you join a Unit Committee. specifications. This is done in order to provide as many concerned individuals as possible the opportunity to review and comment on draft standards. a non-profit professional society concerned with the use of coatings to protect industrial steel structures. ©OGP 31 . videotapes.5 – Environmental. coating selection. PA. and health and safety issues that affect the protective coatings industry.sspc.4 – Methods for Improved Performance C. strategies for the development of maintenance coating programs. and Safety Compliance C. The association's many industry-specific products and services include: • • • • • • • • • • • • standards development [http://www. guidelines. you may receive ballots on subjects which appear to be outside the scope of the unit committee you joined.sspc. SSPC claims to be the only non-profit association that is focused on the protection and preservation of concrete. you will automatically become a member of the Group Committee to which it belongs.org/books/] conferences [http://www. Since SSPC standards must be balloted through both the developing Unit and its corresponding Group Committee. steel and other industrial and marine structures and surfaces through the use of highperformance industrial coatings. Herein is information on a wide range of relevant topics . Inspection. Volume 1 The 4th edition of SSPC’s “Good Painting Practice” provides a detailed overview of the procedures.sspc.Coatings standards and committees for the international oil & gas industry 22 – Society for Protective Coatings The Society for Protective Coatings (hereinafter referred to as SSPC) was founded in 1950 as the Steel Structures Painting Council. In 1997.org/events/] C.org/books/] training courses [http://www. CDs) [http://www. marine and commercial structures. and Quality Control C.3 – Application.org/standards/] technical publications (books. coating application. Head office is in Pittsburg. Health. and we encourage you to provide as much input as possible.000 individual members and 740 organizational members. the name of the association was changed to The Society for Protective Coatings to better reflect the changing nature of coatings technology and the ever-expanding types of construction materials. SSPC Standards SSPC has over the years developed a significant volume of standards. The mission and purpose the SSPC is to advance the technology and promote the use of protective coatings to preserve industrial. SSPC’s vision: SSPC will be the worldwide acknowledged resource and authority for protective coatings technology and information.sspc. as follows: Each Group Committee contains one or more Unit Committees.org/certification/] publications [http://www. regulations affecting the coatings industry. reports and other relevant publications. US.from the fundamentals of surface preparation and coating application-to recent advances in alternate coating removal technologies-to the complexities of painting specific facilities and structures.1 – Coating Materials C.2 – Surface Preparation C. SSPC claims to be the leading source of information on surface preparation. Many of these are collated in their two large manuals: SSPC Painting Manual.

variation control. supplementary technical specifications. Volume 2 The 2005 edition of “Systems and Specifications” is a complete. and other materials. guides. These specifications also carry valuable experience and they may be supplemented by individual project specifications to cover specific project needs. specifications. up-to-date collection of SSPC standards. These documents carry different designations in operating companies such as: company standards.International Association of Oil & Gas Producers SSPC Painting Manual. national. processes. 23 – Company specification All of the international operators have their own in-house technical specifications in order to specify exactly what is considered required for their plants and installations. and technologies. etc. the composition and performance capabilities of paints and coatings. design & engineering practices. best practices. regional and industry standards. These documents are normally based on. SSPC Visual Standards and Reference Photographs These collections of high-quality colour reference photos are used to supplement and illustrate the cleaning requirements of certain SSPC Surface Preparation Specifications. option selection and amendments to international. 32 ©OGP . the selection and application of protective coating systems. but include various degrees of supplements. and other consensus documents for the cleaning and preparation of steel and concrete surfaces.

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