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  1. API S64 Summer Conference Update.

  2. API S64 • Chair • Tony Hogg • Co-Chair • Open • Current Edition • 2nd Edition, November 2001, Re-affirmed January 2012 • List of Meetings • 8 Nov 2012, 20 Dec 2012, 13 Mar 2013, 1 May 2013, 18 Jul 2013, 7 Aug 2013, 2 Oct 2013, 23 Oct 2013, 20 Nov 2013, 18 Dec 2013, 12 Feb 2014, 26 Mar 2014, 28 Apr 2014, 11 Jun 2014 • Issues • None; we are making progress. • Comments • Next scheduled meeting is 28 Jul 2014.

  3. API S64 Scope • This standard is intended to provide information on the design, installation, maintenance, testing, and operation of the diverter system and associated components. • It will also provide a general overview of operating procedures. • This document will change from a Recommended Practice to a Standard to both allow the inclusion of the design details and also to give more ‘weight’ to the maintenance, testing and operation requirements.

  4. Step One: Winter 2012/Spring 2013 • We discussed the possible different approaches to rewriting the document. • Rather than a simple edit of the existing document we decided to include design criteria. • We also agreed to include the diverter related information from API S53. • Added Auxiliary Equipment.

  5. Step Two: Summer 2013 • We spent a full meeting on control system requirements and then promptly handed all of that information to API 16D. • API S64 will only refer to API 16D on this topic.

  6. Step Three: Autumn/Winter 2013 • We ‘dropped’ API 16A design data into the document as a starting point for the new section. • We have spent several meetings dissecting this with the aim of retaining only the appropriate details.

  7. Step Four: (Spring 2014) • Sorted the accumulated data into common headings and started removing the duplications. • Reformatted the document to make reviewing easier. • Discussing and reviewing.

  8. Step Five: Summer 2014 • Continue review

  9. Step Six: Autumn 2014 • Add bottom supported system information • Discuss and include recommended operating procedures etc.

  10. Step Seven: Winter 2014 • Review the entire document

  11. Step Eight: Spring 2015 • Go to ballot!

  12. Active Participants 49 People, 25 Companies (inc. 6 Contractors, 8 OEMs, 3 Operators)