Attachment K - TG7 API Life Cycle Management

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API Subcommittee 18 – Quality
Task Group 7: Product Life Cycle Management
June 27, 2013
Gary Devlin
API SC 18 Product Life Cycle TG7
To form a task group (TG7) to create a life-cycle
management system document for use in
conjunction with products and/or standards used in
the oil and gas industry.
The document should provide the means of
identifying the continued compliance of a product
to its original and/or current manufacturing and
design requirements and the ability to demonstrate
product compliance to original and/or current
product standards and industry/product-specific
technical and regulatory requirements throughout
the product lifecycle.
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Today: The Product Life Cycle and the API Monogram
Current State
API Monogrammed
Sold
Functionally
Tested
Serviced
Serviced
Repaired
Installed
In use
API Monogram = Complies with
API Standards and API Approved
Quality Program.
Inspected
Remanufactured
Maintenance & Operational Status ?
Standards Compliance?
Design Changes & Criteria?
Regulatory Requirements?
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Product Life Cycle Management and the API Monogram
Future State
Monogrammed
Sold
Functionally
Tested
Serviced
Serviced
Repaired
Installed
In use
Inspected
Remanufactured
Life Cycle Management System & Product Standards
Maintenance & Operational Status - Verified
Standards Compliance - Verified
Design Changes – Implemented
Regulatory Compliance - Verified
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Lifecycle Management Systems – Input Walk Across
API RP 64
API Std 53
Diverter Systems Equipment and Operations
Recommended Practices for Blowout Prevention Equipment
Systems for Drilling Wells
API RP 5C1
Recommended Practice for Care and Use of Casing and
Tubing
API RP 7L
Procedures for Inspection, Maintenance, Repair, and
Remanufacture of Drilling Equipment, 1st Edition
API 1951
API-ASME for the Design, Construction, Inspection and Repair of
Unfired Pressure Vessels
Tank Inspection, Repair, Alteration, and Reconstruction, Fourth
Edition
Pressure Vessel Inspection Code: In-Service Inspection, Rating,
Repair, and Alteration
Repair and Remediation Strategies for Equipment Operating in
Wet H2S Service
Annex J: Repair & Remanufacture
Annex B: Repair & Remanufacture
RP for Repair & Remanufacture of Pipeline Valves
Specification for Quality Management System Requirements
for Service Supply Organization for the Petroleum and
Natural Gas Industries, First Edition
API 653
API 510
API TR 939B
API 6A
API 16A
API 6DR
API Q2
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Lifecycle Management of API Products
Draft Table of Contents
Contents
Upstream Segment
0.0 Scope
1.0 References
2.0 Definitions
3.0 Purpose
4.0 Application
5.0 Responsibilities
6.0 Verification of Initial Product Status
7.0 Life Cycle Management Plan
8.0 Product Identification, Traceability and Marking
9.0 Field Configuration and Service Environment
10.0 Maintenance & Service
11.0 Field Repair, Inspection and Test
12.0 Design Status
14.0 Usage History
15.0 Repair and Remanufacture
16.0 Decommissioning
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Scope
This API standard defines requirements for a life cycle
management system for new and used individual, API products
throughout their functional life cycle. New, API Monogrammed
products, New, Non-monogrammed products, and used
products are included in the scope of this standard.
Multiple products used together as part of a system application
may be included in the scope of this document, but only as
individual units.
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•Responsibilities
The original product manufacturer of the individual API monogrammed product is
responsible for compliance and monogramming the product in accordance with the
appropriate API standard and the requirements of API Q1: Specification for Quality
Programs for the Petroleum, Petrochemical and Natural Gas Industry and the
requirements of the manufacturer’s API monogram license agreement. The original
product manufacturer is also responsible for the definition and maintenance of the
original product definition (OPD) and the resulting product design status, when required
by this standard. The product owner/operator is responsible for the approval of the life
cycle management plan, developed by the product owner/operator or the life cycle
management service provider (LCMSP), including: product status verification and
traceability, field configuration assessment and service conditions, maintenance and
service procedures, field inspection and test procedures, field repair procedures, design
status assessment and disposition, usage and performance history evaluation, shop
repair and remanufacture procedures, and decommissioning procedures and results.
The user/operator or the LCMSP as appropriate is responsible for maintenance of
records of all activities associated with this standard for 5 years after documented
decommissioning.
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Lifecycle Management of API Monogrammed Products
Original
Equipment
Manufacturer
May Act As
Lifecycle
Management
Service
Provider
API Licensee
May Act As
Owner
Operator
May Act As
3rd
Party
Likely Inputs
Monogrammed Product
• Original Product Definition
• Product Design Status
• Traceability
• Initial Marking / Records
• Maintenance recommendations
• Service recommendations
• Field Inspection Recommendations
• Field Test Recommendations
• Competency Recommendations
• HSE Recommendations
• Repair & Reman Guidelines
• Etc. Etc. Etc.
Product Life Cycle
Management
Plan
Must Approve
• Design Status Review
• Service Plan Req’ts
• Marking / Records
• Maintenance Plan
• Usage Records
• Field Inspection Req’ts
• Field Test Req’ts
• Competency Req’ts
• HSE Plan
• Repair & Reman Req’ts
• Responsibilities
Likely Inputs
Industry Standards
Industry RP’s
Regulation
Etc.
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Scope
Monogrammed API products, used products and new products are included in the
scope of this document, provided they are traceable to their Original Product
Definition (OPD). Products that are not traceable to their OPD are considered
outside the scope of this standard. Multiple API monogrammed products used
together as part of a system application may be included in the scope of this
document, but only as individual, monogrammed components. This standard
defines three levels of requirements for life cycle management based on the
status of the product when first introduced to the life cycle management plan:
Description
Initial Product
Status (IPS) Level
IPS-3
New, API Monogrammed product,
Traceable to a complete OPD
IPS-2
New product, Traceable to a
prescribed OPD
IPS-1
Used product, Traceable to a
prescribed OPD
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2.5 Life Cycle Management Plan (LMP):
A plan developed by the Life Cycle Management Service Provider
(LCMSP) and approved by the owner/operator developed to provide
for the traceability of products throughout the product life cycle. The
plan requires the identification, service configuration, service
environment, maintenance and service requirements and interval,
service personnel competency, design status review, repair and
remanufacture requirements and decommissioning requirements for
the traceable API product.
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2.8 Original Product Definition (OPD):
The complete definition of the requirements for the original assembled
product, single equipment unit or component part, including specified
limits and tolerances, health, safety and environmental requirements,
limitations of use, customer specific requirements, design acceptance
criteria, materials of construction, materials processing requirements
and physical properties, physical dimensions and requirements for
manufacturing process controls, inspection, assembly and testing,
marking, handling, storage, maintenance, service and records
requirements. The OPD includes Original Design Criteria and Original
Service Criteria as applicable.
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Task Group Participants
Gary Devlin
Cameron
Tad Pillinski
Autus
Norman Hein
Norris
Peter Ireland
Schlumberger
Stacey Hagen
ExxonMobil
Raouf Naguib
Woodco
Jamshed Elavia
Hess
Randolph Phillips
Baker Hughes
William Kruse
BP
Jan VanWijnk
Shell
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Task Group Participants
Clement Mengue
Weatherford
Bart Bartholomew
FMC
James Raney
Anadarko
James Brejcha
Shell
Kim Wiita
BP
Hung Nguyen
BSEE
Bo Creek
Orion Drilling
Austin Freeman
BP
Chip Evans
API
Ivan Pinto
API
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API Subcommittee 18 – Quality
Task Group 7: Product Life Cycle Management
June 27, 2013
Gary Devlin

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