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Csoem materials advisory resource group

CSOEM Materials Advisory Resource Group

June 12th, 2012

Gary Devlin

Csoem proposal for marg
CSOEM Proposal for MARG

  • Form a permanent Materials Advisory Resource Group (MARG) reporting to the Committee on Standardization of Oilfield Equipment and Materials (CSOEM). The MARG would be comprised of a Chairman nominated and approved by a majority of CSOEM members and four to six voting members appointed by the chairman. Non-voting representatives of API member companies would also be encouraged to participate. The purpose of the MARG shall be to:

  • Coordinate, review, approve and prioritize materials related standards work developed by the CSOEM Subcommittees,

  • Participate as a voting member for materials related standards actions in each CSOEM Subcommittee.

  • Identify, recommend and resource materials related special projects.

  • Report to the CSOEM on materials related Upstream Standards activities

  • Identify and assess industry materials related needs.

Membership in marg
Membership in MARG

  • Acting Chairman – Gary Devlin – Cameron

  • James Burk – BP

  • Jim Powers – ExxonMobil

  • John Elwell - Howco Group

  • Eric Wehner – NOV

  • John Bednar – BP

  • Sterling Lewis – ExxonMobil

  • James Buchanan – Chevron

Aisi interests
AISI Interests

With current steels being provided are there quality issues e.g. dimensions, tolerances, chemical composition, fatigue life, Charpy, toughness, weldabilty, yield and tensile strength, etc.?

What newer high strength steels (especially in terms of ksi) may be required in the future?

What steels are not available domestically?

Are there code issues with respect to steel?

What is the most significant quality issue with respect to steels used in exploration and refining?