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Several important news codes and guidelines are highlighted in this
catalogue, including the new edition of Model code of safe practice Part 19: Fire
precautions at petroleum refineries and bulk storage installations which
provides fully updated guidance following industry consultation and reporting
after the Buncefield incident. A new edition of Environmental guidelines for
petroleum distribution facilities is also available which looks at existing best
practice and future trends.
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Contents
Safety 3
Model codes of safe practice for the petroleum industry 3
Aviation fuel handling 6
Aviation fuel filtration 7
Electrical 9
Exploration and production 12
Human factors 14
Hearts and Minds toolkit 16
Marine technology directorate 18
Hydrocarbon leak reduction 19
Major hazards 20
Filling stations 22
Storage and distribution 23
Road tanker operations 24
Environment 25
Air quality and emissions 25
Land contamination 28
Lubricants 29
Microbiology 30
Oil spills 32
Storage and distribution 33
Health 34
Air quality and emissions 34
Exploration and production 34
Occupational health 35
Marketing and distribution 37
Storage and distribution 37
Road tanker operations 39
Filling stations 41
Test methods 43
Test methods 43
Aviation fuel quality 43
IP gasoline and diesel fuel engine correlation scheme 43
IP derived cetane number correlation scheme 44
Hydrocarbon management 44
Power generation 50
Conference proceedings 51
IP conference proceedings 51
WPC congress proceedings 52
EI publishing partnerships 53
Transport Fuels Technology 53
Modern Petroleum Technology 54
Climate change and emissions trading 55
Library and Information Service (LIS) 56
EI Company Member directory 56
EI Consultants' list 57
PETSTAT 59
ENSTAT 57
Education 57
EI Yearbook and Directory 2006 60
EI Journals 58
Energy Management 60
Ordering 61

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Model codes of safe practice

Safety
Model codes of safe practice

Part 1: Electrical safety code


Provides an overview of the particular issues related to the
safe use of electrical equipment in the petroleum industry,
specifically in areas where there is a possibility of occurrence
of a flammable atmosphere. Applicable to both onshore
and offshore areas. (See also Parts 15 and 21). This code is
essential reading for designers, managers, engineers and
consultants responsible for the design and specification of
safe electrical equipment for petroleum, petrochemical
and similar installations handling flammable fluids.
7th ed Aug 2003 ISBN 978–0–85293–225–4 £110.00

Part 2 Design, construction and operation of distribution


installations
Essential reading for everyone involved with basic
standards and practice for the design, construction,
operation, and maintenance of facilities at petroleum
distribution installations. This code covers the receipt,
storage and handling of petroleum products at all
locations.
2nd ed Sept 2005 ISBN 978–0–85293–383–1 £118.00

Part 7: Design, construction, operation and maintenance


of aviation fuelling facilities.
API/IP Recommended Practice 1540
Provides guidance on safe practice in the siting, layout,
design, construction and operation of aircraft fuelling
facilities and associated equipment at airports and airfields
located anywhere in the world. Essential reading for
engineering contractors, aviation fuel handling equipment
suppliers, aviation fuel suppliers, hydrant operators,
into–plane fuelling companies, airlines and airport
authorities worldwide.
4th ed Feb 2004 ISBN 978–0–85293–414–2 £101.00

Part 9: Liquefied petroleum gas. Vol.1. Large bulk pressure


storage and refrigerated LPG
Provides guidance to safe practice in the design, operation
and inspection of large LPG storage. Available as a bound
photocopy.
2nd ed 1987 ISBN 978–0–471–91612–3 £74.00

Part 11: Bitumen safety code


Provides guidelines for those responsible for design,
maintenance and operation of bitumen handling plant
and the product users of the bitumen industry.
4th ed Nov 2005 ISBN 978–0–85293–402–9 £81.00

Part 12: Pressure vessel systems examination


Provides requirements for inspection and testing of
pressure vessels used in the petroleum industry. In
addition the requirements for the control of modifications,
repairs and safety devices are identified.

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Model codes of safe practice


2nd ed 1993 ISBN 978–0–471–93936–8 £85.00
Part 13: Pressure piping systems examination
Provides requirements for on–stream inspection, control of
modifications, repairs, protective safety devices and testing
of pressure piping systems.
2nd ed 1993 ISBN 978–0–471–93937–5 £85.00

Part 14: Inspection and testing of protective


instrumentation systems
Guide to safety whilst carrying out in–service inspection/
testing, and repairs of instrumentation systems in the
petroleum, chemical and petrochemical industries.
Available as bound photocopy.
1st ed 1980 ISBN 978–0–471–93638–1 £66.00

Part 15: Area classification code for installations handling


flammable fluids
Essential reading for HSE managers and all those involved
in the hazardous area classification of installations
handling flammable fluids, IP15 is a well–established,
internationally accepted Code which includes a
demonstrable methodology for specifying hazard radii.
3rd ed 2005 ISBN 978–0–85293–418–0 £116.00

Whilst IP15 includes the basis of the risk–based approach,


the full methodology is provided in a separate
publication:

A risk–based approach to hazardous area classification


Report presenting an approach applicable to
classification of upstream and downstream petroleum
facilities by consideration of the individual point source
procedure in Chapter 5 of IP15.
1st ed Nov 1998 ISBN 978–0–85293–238–4 £98.00

Part 16: Tank cleaning safety code


Health and safety guidance and recommendations for
cleaning of tanks used for storage of crude oil and liquid
petroleum products.
2nd ed 1996 ISBN 978–0–471–97096–5 £103.00

3rd ed 2007 ISBN 978–0–85293–436–4 FUTURE

Part 17: Well control during the drilling and testing of high
pressure offshore wells
Information and guidance on drilling, testing and related
activities on high pressure offshore wells.
1st ed 1992 ISBN 978–0–471–93771–5 £103.00

Part 19: Fire precautions at petroleum refineries and bulk NEW


storage installations
Provides guidance on fire precautions in refineries and
bulk storage installations, including advice on fire
prevention, fire fighting and equipment spacing.
2nd ed Feb 2007 ISBN 978–0–85293–437–1 £140.00

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Model codes of safe practice

Safety
Part 20: Design and operation of on–board truck computer
systems for road tankers
Guidance on the design and operation of truck–based
OTC systems, which interface with equipment at loading
terminals and filling stations etc, to ensure the maximum
degree of compatibility and safe operation.
1st ed 1994 ISBN 978–0–471–95709–6 £118.00

Part 21: Guidelines for the control of hazards arising from


static electricity
Provides a basic explanation of static electricity as it relates
to operations in the oil industry and sets out operating
guidance for the more frequent operations which will
help to avoid the inadvertent ignition of flammable
hydrocarbons. The 2nd edition incorporates the results of
an IP commissioned report to address concern over the
occurrence of a number of electrostatic ignition incidents
associated with the loading of low sulphur diesel onto
road tankers. It also provides updated filter residence
time data.
2nd ed Apr 2002 ISBN 978–0–85293–356–5 £105.00

Spotlight on
Fire Safety

The EI is publishing a new edition of its Fire Safety Code (see below) which takes account
of the initial findings from the investigation into the Buncefield bulk storage installation
major accident in December 2005. In line with the EI’s policy to remain abreast of
technical issues affecting the industry, the integrity of this new publication will be
further reviewed on release of additional findings from the Buncefield investigation.

Model code of safe practice Part 19: Fire precautions at petroleum refineries and bulk
storage installations
Essential reading for process safety engineers, safety advisors, designers, emergency
planners or others with responsibility for fire and explosion hazard management to
meet the pertinent requirements of the European Seveso II Directive, whether sites are
classified lower or upper tier. The new edition of this important publication provides
guidance on selecting, implementing and monitoring the continuing performance of
site-specific justified risk reduction measures – from prevention through detection,
protection systems to mitigation measures – to reduce the risk from design event fires
at installations that process and store petroleum, intermediates and refined products.
Please note that the new edition of the Code contains significant colour content.
2nd ed Feb 2007 ISBN 978-0-85293-437-1 £140.00

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Aviation fuel handling

Aviation fuel handling

API/IP 1529 Aviation fuelling hose and hose assemblies


Provides performance specifications and tests required to
be carried out by manufacturers.
6th ed 2005 ISBN 978–0–85293–442–5 £60.00

Many of these titles have API/IP Recommended Practice 1540. Design, construction,
been produced jointly operation and maintenance of aviation fuelling facilities
with API. Provides guidance on safe practice in the siting, layout,
design, construction and operation of aircraft fuelling
facilities and associated equipment at airports and
airfields located anywhere in the world. Essential reading
for engineering contractors, aviation fuel handling
equipment suppliers, aviation fuel suppliers, hydrant
operators, into–plane fuelling companies,
airlines and airport authorities worldwide.
4th ed Feb 2004 ISBN 978–0–85293–414–2 £101.00

API/IP 1542 Identification markings for dedicated aviation


fuel manufacturing and distribution facilities, airport
storage and mobile fuelling equipment
Provides a system for marking aviation fuel types and
grades on fuel handling installations and equipment at
airports.
7th ed Aug 2002 ISBN 978–0–85293–331–2 £56.00

API/IP 1584 Four–inch hydrant system components and


arrangements
Provides recommended minimum performance and
mechanical specifications for the standardization of the
design of aviation fuel hydrant system pit valves and
associated couplers, to ensure full interchangeability
between components of various manufacturers.
3rd ed Apr 2001 ISBN 978–0–85293–280–3 £86.00

API/IP 1585 Guidance in the cleaning of airport hydrant


systems
Provides guidance in the cleaning of existing hydrant
systems that have become contaminated with water,
particulate material or microbiological activity.
1st ed Feb 2001 ISBN 978–0–85293–322–0 £86.00

IP 1594 Initial pressure strength testing of airport fuel


hydrant systems with water
Provides guidance for the initial pressure strength testing,
using water as the test liquid, of new fuel hydrant systems.
1st ed Nov 2002 ISBN 978–0–85293–375–6 £56.00

API/IP 1597: Procedures for overwing fuelling to ensure NEW


delivery of the correct fuel grade to an aircraft
This new guidance sets out a comprehensive misfuelling
prevention program, to assist with safety and efficiency.
1st ed Jan 2007 ISBN 978 0 85293 472 2 £63.00

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Aviation fuel filtration

Safety
Aviation fuel filtration

API/IP 1581 Specifications and qualification procedures for


aviation jet fuel filter/separators
An essential reference for all those involved in the
supply of jet fuel to aircraft, and also those involved in the
design, manufacture and supply of filter/separator
elements.
5th ed Jul 2002 ISBN 978–0–85293–371–8 £84.00

API/IP 1582 Specification for similarity for API/IP 1581


aviation jet fuel filter/separators
Provides details of how filter/separators can be qualified by
similarity. To used in conjunction with API/IP 1581.
1st ed Feb 2001 ISBN 978–0–85293–282–7 £66.00

IP Draft Standard 1583 Laboratory test and minimum NEW


performance levels for aviation fuel filter monitors
This publication provides minimum recommendations
for: selected aspects of filter monitor system and
element performance; the general mechanical
specifications for new filter monitor elements; laboratory
tests and minimum performance requirements for the
qualification of new filter monitor elements, and
requalification and similarity requirements. It includes
categories of filter monitor elements that have not been
included in earlier editions of 1583.
5th ed Nov 2006 ISBN 978–0–85293–473–9 £66.00

API/IP 1590 Specifications and qualification procedures for


aviation fuel microfilters
Describes specifications and qualification test procedures
for microfilter elements of the disposable cartridge type
and, separately, the manufacturing requirements for new
vessels for use in aviation jet fuel handling systems. An
essential reference for all those involved in the design,
manufacture, supply and operation of microfilters used
in jet fuel handling systems.
2nd ed Apr 2002 ISBN 978–0–85293–330–5 £66.00

API/IP 1596: Design and construction of aviation fuel NEW


filter vessels
Three types of vessels are covered in this publication:
filter monitor, filter/water separator and microfilter vessels.
It provides requirements for the design and construction
of filter vessels and vessel accessories.
1st ed Nov 2006 ISBN 978–0–85293–428–9 £66.00

IP Research Report: Electrostatic discharges in 2–inch


fuel filter monitors
Documents an investigation commissioned by the Aviation
Committee into electrostatic discharge in 50 mm (two
inch) nominal diameter aviation fuel filter monitors.
Oct 2002 ISBN 978–0–85293–388–6 £37.00

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Aviation fuel filtration


Electrostatic discharges in two inch aviation fuel filter
monitors. Phase 2: Properties needed to control discharges
Documents a theoretical and laboratory based
investigation to develop recommendations for the
resistance characteristics of 50mm aviation fuel filter
monitors to dissipate electrostatic charge safely.
Feb 2004 ISBN 978–0–85293–408–1 £56.00

IP Research Report: Investigation into the effects of


lubricity additives on the performance of filter/water
separators
This report documents an investigation into the effects
of diesel fuel lubricity additives on the performance of
aviation fuel filter/water separators that meet the
requirements of API/IP Specification 1581.
March 2003 ISBN 978–0–85293–395–4 £37.00

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Electrical

Safety
Electrical

Area classification code for installations handling


flammable fluids (Model code of safe practice Part 15)
Essential reading for HSE managers and all those involved
in the hazardous area classification of installations
handling flammable fluids, IP15 is a well–established,
internationally accepted Code which includes a
demonstrable methodology for specifying hazard radii.
3rd ed 2005 ISBN 978–0–85293–418–0 £116.00

A risk–based approach to hazardous area classification


Report presenting an approach applicable to classification
of upstream and downstream petroleum facilities by
consideration of the individual point source procedure in
Chapter 5 of the IP Model code of safe practice Part 15.
1st ed Nov 1998 ISBN 978–0–85293–238–4 £98.00

Calculations in support of IP 15: The area classification


code for petroleum installations
A report on the effect of a release containing droplets or
a mist on the dispersion distances determined by the
methodology used in IP A risk based approach to
hazardous area classification. The report also reviews
flammability limits, evaporation from pools and releases
in confined areas.
1st ed Nov 2001 ISBN 978–0–85293–339–8 £29.00

Controlling the risks from static electricity


12–minute video supported by trainer's notes, pocket
guide and poster. Order from Training Video Associates,
1A Kent Avenue, Harrogate, HG1 2ES, UK.
t: +44 (0)1423 531727 f: +44 (0)1423 567727

Electrical installation of facilities for the storage and


dispensing of LPG and CNG automotive fuels at vehicle
refuelling stations
This guidance is intended to assist compliance in the UK
with the statutory Electricity at Work Regulations (1989)
and petroleum storage legislation, with regard to
electrical design and installation relating to the storage
and dispensing of LPG and/or CNG as an automotive fuel.
Available free online at: www.energyinstpubs.org.uk and
incorporated into Design, construction, modification,
maintenance and decommissioning of filling stations.
1st ed Nov 2003 ISBN 978–0–85293–410–4 £46.00

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Electrical
Guidance on assessing the safety integrity of electrical NEW
supply protection
New guidance which looks at applying an efficient
risk–based assessment methodology for determining
safety integrity level (SIL) requirements and SIL
allocations for the electrical protection function of
various plant items.
This new publication provides a methodology which
applies the safety integrity principles of IEC 61508/IEC
61511 to the protection of equipment and systems that
are used in electricity supply, including the machinery
involved. By applying the methodology and guidance
provided here, electrical practitioners in the petroleum
industry (both onshore and offshore) and allied process
industries should be able to design, install, operate,
modify and evaluate new and existing electrical supply
protection equipment and systems using the safety
integrity principles of IEC 61508/IEC 61511.
1st ed Oct 2006 ISBN 978–0–85293–468–8 £46.00

IP Technical Seminar Proceedings: 'Can mobile phone


communications ignite petroleum vapour?'
Presentations include details of recent research programmes,
including a review of radio frequency–induced sparking
and the possibility of electro–static discharges occurring
from handsets. These bound proceedings are accompanied
by a free CD-ROM of the presentations.
1st ed June 2003 ISBN 978–0–85293–401–2 £89.00

Predictions of minimum spark ignition energy and


quenching distances for CH4/H2 and C3H8/H2 mixtures
with air
Provides the justification for the cut–off value of hydrogen
concentration used when specifying hydrogen certified
equipment (gas group IIC) for gas mixtures, referenced in
the IP Model code of safe practice Part 15.
1st ed May 2002 ISBN 978–0–85293–354–1 £29.00

Model code of safe practice Part 1: Electrical safety code


Provides an overview of the particular issues related to
the safe use of electrical equipment in the petroleum
industry, specifically in areas where there is a possibility
of occurrence of a flammable atmosphere. Applicable to
both onshore and offshore areas. (See also Parts 15 and
21). This code is essential reading for designers, managers,
engineers and consultants responsible for the design and
specification of safe electrical equipment for petroleum,
petrochemical and similar installations handling
flammable fluids.
7th ed Aug 2003 ISBN 978–0–85293–225–4 £110.00

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Electrical

Model code of safe practice Part 15: Area classification

Safety
code for installations handling flammable fluids
Essential reading for HSE managers and all those
involved in the hazardous area classification of
installations handling flammable fluids, IP15 is a
well–established, internationally accepted Code which
includes a demonstrable methodology for specifying
hazard radii.
3rd ed 2005 ISBN 978–0–85293–418–0 £116.00

Model code of safe practice Part 20: Design and


operation of on–board truck computer systems for
road tankers
Guidance on the design and operation of truck–based
OTC systems, which interface with equipment at loading
terminals and filling stations etc, to ensure the maximum
degree of compatibility and safe operation.
1st ed 1994 ISBN 978–0–471–95709–6 £118.00

Model code of safe practice Part 21: Guidelines for the


control of hazards arising from static electricity
Provides a basic explanation of static electricity as it relates
to operations in the oil industry and sets out operating
guidance for the more frequent operations which will
help to avoid the inadvertent ignition of flammable
hydrocarbons. The 2nd edition incorporates the results of
an IP–commissioned report to address concern over the
occurrence of a number of electrostatic ignition incidents
associated with the loading of low sulphur diesel onto
road tankers. It also provides updated filter residence
time data.
2nd ed Apr 2002 ISBN 978–0–85293–356–5 £105.00

Design, construction, modification, maintenance and


decommissioning of filling stations
Essential reading for all those involved in the design,
construction, modification, maintenance and
decommissioning of facilities for the storage and
dispensing of vehicle fuels at either retail or commercial
premises, as well as those involved in the enforcement of
regulations applicable to such sites. This new publication
has been produced jointly by the Association for Petroleum
and Explosives Administration (APEA) and the Service
Station Panel of the Energy Institute (EI). EI and APEA
Members can purchase this book for £40.00
2nd ed March 2005 ISBN 978–0–85293–419–7 £120.00

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Exploration and production

Exploration and production

Guidelines for routine and non–routine subsea operations


from floating vessels
Guide to safe practice for those concerned with drilling,
completion or workover operations from floating vessels.
Provides information and guidance on issues which affect
the structural strength and integrity of the subsea system.
1st ed 1995 ISBN 978–0–85293–156–1 £111.00

Guidelines for the analysis of jackup and fixed platform


well conductor systems
Single reference source, providing information and
guidance on issues that affect overall structural strength,
integrity and operability of well systems, including
conductor tubulars, surface casing tubulars, surface
blowout preventors, surface xmas trees and surface risers.
1st ed July 2001 ISBN 978–0–85293–284–1 £111.00

Guidelines for the thermal management of subsea bundles, FUTURE


flowlines and riser systems
These guidelines are intended for design and process
engineers concerned with the design, installation and
operation of pipeline and flowline systems (pipe–in–pipe,
bundles and sophisticated umbilicals). The guidance
provided is based on current industry best practice on
long tiebacks to central processing facilities.
1st ed due 2007. ISBN 978–0–85293–376–3

PARLOC 2001 – Pipeline and riser loss of containment


database
Updated to the end of 2000, PARLOC 2001 provides data
for quantitative risk assessment and formal safety
assessments for offshore pipeline and riser systems. It
comprises summarised contents of North Sea pipelines
and incidents databases. Published jointly with UKOOA
and HSE. Available in book or CD Rom format.
5th ed July 2003. ISBN 978–0–85293–404–3 (Book) £53.00
ISBN 978–0–85293–406–7 (CD Rom) £53.00 (£62.28 inc VAT)

Model code of safe practice Part 17: Well control during


the drilling and testing of high pressure offshore wells
Information and guidance on drilling, testing and related
activities on high pressure offshore wells.
1st ed 1992 ISBN 978–0–471–93771–5 £103.00

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Exploration and production

Guidelines for the design and protection of pressure

Safety
systems to withstand severe fires
Intended for design and process engineers concerned
with mitigating the impact of large, fully enveloping
pool fires and jet fire impingement on pressure vessels,
their associated pipework, valves, flanges and other
equipment. The guidance provided supplements existing
codes such as API RP 520 and 521, which cover the design
and protection required for all other fire scenarios.
1st ed March 2003 ISBN 978–0–85293–279–7 £59.00

Guidelines for the design and safe operation of shell and


tube heat exchangers to withstand the impact of tube
failure
These guidelines are applicable to shell and tube heat
exchangers containing high pressure which is either
heated or cooled by a low pressure utility fluid.
1st ed Sept 2000 ISBN 0 85293 286 3 £59.00

Guidelines for the safe and optimum design of hydrocarbon


pressure relief and blowdown systems
Offers practical assistance with all aspects from design
through to operation. Applicable to both offshore oil
and gas installations and their associated onshore
terminal facilities worldwide.
1st ed Aug 2001 ISBN 978–0–85293–286–5 £240.00

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Human factors

Human factors

Human factors briefing notes resource pack


Consists of 16 Briefing Notes contained in a folder. Each
Briefing Note begins with a definition before providing
case studies, checklists and references, and explores
solutions to address the issue. Each addresses a key
human factors issue such as organisational change, alarm
handling, safety critical procedures or maintenance error.
The resources are also freely available online at
www.energyinst.org.uk/humanfactors/bn
1st ed May 2003 ISBN 978–0–85293–400–5 £76.00

Improving alertness through effective fatigue management NEW


This new publication has been developed to supplement
HSE's work with information derived from the latest
research, practical applications and case studies on
alertness and fatigue relevant to all sectors of the
petroleum industry from offshore exploration and
drilling to distribution. It will also be useful for allied
industries and draws on examples from many different
industries to illustrate the problem and some potential
solutions. A key objective of this publication is to bring
together the most accurate and industry–relevant
information in one place so that employers and employees
can: identify factors in their own workplace that could
lead to fatigue/reduced alertness; identify means of
avoiding fatigue or reducing its likelihood (e.g. using
checklists); where fatigue is unavoidable, consider a
number of 'coping' strategies that they could use, and
perform risk assessments and accident investigations that
take into account possible fatigue–induced problems.
Available free online at www.energyinstpubs.org.uk
1st ed Sept 2006 ISBN 978–0–85293–460–9 £10.00

IP Research Report: Viability of using sleep contracts as a


control measure in fatigue management NEW
This report should be read by those wishing to explore use
of sleep contracts as an option in fatigue management;
however, it forms an adjunct to the more general
publication IP Improving alertness through effective
fatigue management (see above), which covers the
broader topic of fatigue risk management in the
petroleum and allied industries. Available free online at
www.energyinstpubs.org.uk
1st ed Feb 2006 ISBN 978–0–85293–455–5 £10.00

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Human factors

Safety
Report of workshop on human factors in the petroleum
industry
A record of the workshop held on 28 November 2001.
The report includes speakers' presentations and key
points emerging from them, and the main issues arising
from a working session. A way forward is proposed to
enable better understanding and application of human
factors in the petroleum industry. A colour version of the
same information is available online at
www.energyinst.org.uk/humanfactors
1st ed Nov 2002 ISBN 978–0–85293–374–9 £50.00

Prescriptive medicine and human performance


Compiled by medical and legal experts, examines the
issues surrounding the effect of prescriptive medicines on
human performance, with the objective of advancing
industry's understanding of the safe use of medication in
the workplace.
1st ed Nov 1999 ISBN 978–0–85293–269–8 £49.00

Psychological wellbeing in the workplace


Recognising the adverse health effects for the individual
and the business impact of reduced performance, this
should help in establishing strategies for managing
psychological health in the workplace.
1st ed Mar 1999 ISBN 978–0–85293–248–3 £47.00

Safe staffing arrangements – user guide for CRR348/2001


methodology: Practical application of Entec/HSE process
operations staffing assessment methodology and its
extension to automated plant and/or equipment
An important human factors management tool, and
essential reading for all those with responsibility for
assuring the safety of staffing arrangements the petroleum,
chemical and allied major hazard process industries. As a
result of support from HSE, the user guide is also
published on an open area of the EI's website. See the
staffing arrangements toolbox at
www.energyinst.org.uk/humanfactors/staffing
1st ed April 2004 ISBN 978–0–85293–411–1 £11.00

Safety information bulletins


The bulletins cover a spectrum of issues, from
occupational safety through to those with major hazards
potential and are based on based on lessons learned
from incidents or near misses, new methods of working,
or novel human factors techniques. Available free online
at www.energyinst.org.uk/humanfactors/sib

Workshop on fatigue
1st ed Feb 2001 ISBN 978–0–85293–314–5 £29.00

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Heart and Minds toolkit


The Hearts and Minds safety programme was developed by Shell E&P in 2002, based
upon 20 years of university research, and is being successfully applied in Shell compa-
nies around the world. The programme uses a range of tools and techniques to help
the organisation involve all staff in managing Health, Safety and Environment as an
integral part of their business.

Collectively, these tools and techniques are known as the Hearts and Minds Toolkit.
Now, for the first time, this state of the art Toolkit is available to those outside the Shell
Group, thanks to a publishing agreement between the Energy Institute and Shell E&P.

The Hearts and Minds Toolkit has tools suitable for managers, team leaders and work-
force at all levels, which are designed to be used without the need for consultants. The
Toolkit addresses topics such as:

Understanding your culture An engagement tool to identify local strengths and


weaknesses and find out how to build a stronger
HSE culture.
Seeing yourself as others see you HSE Upwards appraisal tool to understand other’s
perceptions and identify how commitment is turned
into action
Making change last A general tool for managing change and supporting
any improvement process or organisational change
programmes
Risk assessment matrix: Helps people understand their risks, makes them
bringing it to life personal and stimulate action
Achieving situation awareness: To help people make better risk based decisions and
the rule of 3 be able to justify them
Managing rule breaking To prevent incidents being caused by rule breaking
Improving supervision To improve the non-technical skills of supervisors
Working safely Intervention programme that builds on and sup-
ports existing programmes or can be run by itself
Driving for excellence A suite of exercises to change the behaviour of drivers
and the people who manage them
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The cultural ladder

World class HSE performance


World-class HSE performance involves more than mechanically applying a management
system – it requires the involvement of all in the organisation, from top to bottom.
Winning Hearts and Minds is intended to help organisations to improve by:

1. Leading the way – the ‘route to the top’ of the HSE culture ladder
2. Providing process and tools to facilitate behavioural change – the necessary
components of a solution

Creating buy-in
Winning Hearts and Minds for HSE is about getting all to work safely not just
because they’ve been told to, but because that is what they want to do. The art of
good management is to get people to want to do what you may have already decided
they should do. Help them to do so — the Hearts and Minds Toolkit enables you to
create a truly proactive and generative approach to HSE management.

Learn more by downloading the Winning Hearts and Minds Road Map, which is
available free on the EI website website, www.energyinst.org.uk/heartsandminds

NEW! The Hearts and Minds toolkit is now available in a range of languages including
Arabic, Dutch, French, German, Norwegian, Portuguese, Russian and Spanish.
www.energyinst.org.uk/heartsandminds

Orders can be placed through the EI website www.energyinst.org.uk/heartsandminds or by contacting the


EI’s distributors, Portland Customer Services, the EI’s book distribution agent. Payments should be made to,
and in accordance with, PCS terms.
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Marine technology

Marine technology

Floating structures: A guide for design and analysis


A comprehensive reference text for the design and
analysis of floating structures, intended for engineers,
supervisors and academics working for the offshore
industry. The text includes a number of working examples,
from a defined environmental condition through to
strength and fatigue checking of components. Two
volume set
1998 ISBN 978–1–870553–35–3 £245.00

Guide to quantitative risk assessment for offshore


installations
Essential reading for engineers and all those involved in
commissioning, performing and evaluating risk assessments.
The text includes a selection of data and relatively simple
analytical techniques that may be used in performing
QRAs, and gives references to more sophisticated
databases and computational methods. CD–ROM
1999 ISBN 978–1–870553–36–0 £155.00

Guidelines for the avoidance of vibration induced fatigue


in process pipework
Guidelines produced through a Joint Industry Project,
with the aim of minimising the risk related to fatigue
failure of process piping systems. CD–ROM
1999 ISBN 978–1–870553–37–7 £195.00
2nd ed due 2007 978–0–85293–463–0 FUTURE

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Hydrocarbon leak reduction

Safety
Hydrocarbon leak reduction

Flexible hose management guidelines


These guidelines provide a reference framework of
management, technical controls and procedures necessary
to ensure the continued integrity of flexible hose
assemblies throughout their lifecycle. Published jointly
with UKOOA and HSE. 50% discount for EI and UKOOA
members.
1st ed Jan 2003 ISBN 978–1–903003–21–3 £79.00

Guidelines for the management, design, installation and


maintenance of small bore tubing systems
These guidelines provide a reference framework of
management, technical controls and procedures necessary
to ensure the continuing integrity of small bore tubing
systems. Published jointly with UKOOA. 50% discount for
EI and UKOOA members.
1st ed Jun 2000 ISBN 978–0–85293–275–9 £79.00

Compression fittings and small bore tubing awareness for


downstream oil and gas
This e–learning course was developed to deliver awareness
training in the above guidelines. The development was
part of a Joint Industry Project involving the Health and
Safety Executive (HSE), BP, Conoco, TotalFinaElf, British
Gas–HRL, Marathon, PGS Production, ChevronTexaco and
the Institute of Petroleum. This e–Learning Course is
aimed at all personnel involved in the installation and
maintenance of Small Bore Tubing Systems or simply for
those who require an overview of good working practices.
The course is available on CD Rom, corporate intranet
and internet. For more details, contact Atlas Interactive,
Offshore House, Claymore Drive, Bridge of Don,
Aberdeen, AB23 8GD, UK. t: +44 (0)1224 708430 f: +44
(0)1224 708431. www.atlasinteractive.com

Guidelines for the management of integrity of bolted


pipe joints
These guidelines provide a framework for the
management of bolted pipe joints to ensure their
continuing integrity throughout their lifecycle. Their
adoption will help minimise loss of containment incidents.
Published jointly with UKOOA. 50% discount for IP and
UKOOA members.
1st ed Jun 2002 ISBN 978–1–903003–14–5 £79.00

2nd ed due 2007 978–0–85293–461–6 FUTURE

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Major hazards

Major hazards

Guidelines for the design and protection of pressure


systems to withstand severe fires
Intended for design and process engineers concerned
with mitigating the impact of large, fully enveloping
pool fires and jet fire impingement on pressure vessels,
their associated pipework, valves, flanges and other
equipment. The guidance provided supplements existing
codes such as API RP 520 and 521, which cover the design
and protection required for all other fire scenarios.
1st ed March 2003 ISBN 978–0–85293–279–7 £59.00

Guidelines for the management of safety critical elements FUTURE


This document replaces the 1996 edition, originally
published by UKOOA. The revision was instigated by the
cross–industry Installation Integrity Work Group, formed
in 2004 by UKOOA and supported by the HSE, with the
aim of ssecuring improvement in the management of
offshore installation integrity by development and
promotion of industry good practices and suitable
performance measures. The new edition reflects the most
recent experiences of the industry, and its current and
best practice, and is more user–friendly in order to
encourage its wider use.
2nd ed due early 2007 ISBN 978–0–85293–462–3 £90.00
50% discount for EI and UKOOA Members

Guidelines for the design and safe operation of shell and


tube heat exchangers to withstand the impact of tube
failure
These guidelines are applicable to shell and tube heat
exchangers containing high pressure which is either
heated or cooled by a low pressure utility fluid.
1st ed Sept 2000 ISBN 978–0–85293–286–5 £59.00

Guidelines for the safe and optimum design of


hydrocarbon pressure relief and blowdown systems
Offers practical assistance with all aspects from design
through to operation. Applicable to both offshore oil and
gas installations and their associated onshore terminal
facilities worldwide.
1st ed Aug 2001 ISBN 978–0–85293–287–2 £240.00

Guidance for the design of offshore installations:


an overview
This brief guidance is set out under 12 Design Safety
Elements such as inherently safer designs, residual hazard
management and technical integrity. Each Design Safety
Element includes expectations and details of what should
be addressed. These are further illustrated using case
studies, key points, lessons learned and graphics.
1st ed Jul 2005 ISBN 978–0–85293–446–3 £34.00

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Major hazards

Safety
IP Research Report: Ignition probability review, model NEW
development and look–up correlations
This new report provides the findings of a UKOOA/HSE/EI
co–sponsored project undertaken by ESR Technology to
improve the modeling of ignition probabilities in
onshore and offshore installation QRAs. Specifically, the
project reviewed current data and models; developed an
ignition probability model for assigning ignition
probabilities in QRA; and, developed a simple basis and
guidance for assigning ignition probabilities to generic
scenarios. This comprehensive report includes a free
CD–Rom that comprises three workbooks: two provide
the ignition probability model in both single scenario
and multirun formats; whereas the third workbook
enables users to look up charts of ignition probabilities
for generic scenarios.
1st ed Jan 2006 ISBN 978–0–85293–454–8 £95.00

Offshore technical guidance catalogue with specific


relevance to major accident hazards
The catalogue contains multi–layered listings with
Regulations, interpretive guidance and Approved Codes
of Practice at the highest level. Below this come generic
forms of guidance, including hazard management and
assessment principles. The lowest level includes specific
support documents on particular types of installations
and disciplines, such as standards. In addition, the
catalogue includes references to websites that should
include publication dates of latest revisions, and in some
cases, access to copies of the latest documents.
The catalogue is freely accessible to single users at
www.energyinst.org.uk/offshorecatalogue

Enquiries for intranet site licences for multiple users


should be sent to e: sfm@energyinst.org.uk

Model code of safe practice Part 2: Design, construction


and operation of distribution installations
Essential reading for everyone involved with basic standards
and practice for the design, construction, operation, and
maintenance of facilities at petroleum distribution
installations. This code covers the receipt, storage and
handling of petroleum products at all locations.
2nd ed Sept 2005 ISBN 978–0–85293–383–1 £118.00

Model code of safe practice Part 9: Liquefied petroleum gas.


Vol.1. Large bulk pressure storage and refrigerated LPG
Provides guidance to safe practice in the design, operation
and inspection of large LPG storage. Available as a bound
photocopy.
2nd ed 1987 ISBN 978–0–471–91612–3 £74.00

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Major hazards/Filling stations


Model code of safe practice Part 19: Fire precautions at NEW
petroleum refineries and bulk storage installations
Provides guidance on fire precautions
in refineries and bulk storage installations, including
advice on fire prevention, fire fighting and equipment
spacing.
2nd ed Feb 2007 ISBN 978–0–85293–437–1 £140.00

Filling Stations

Guidelines for uplift of product from retail filling stations NEW


and customers' tanks
Uplifting petroleum products from both underground and
above–ground tanks by suitable road tankers and pumps,
with details of equipment and operational procedures
recommended for working safely, effectively and with
minimum environmental risk.
2nd ed Jan 2006 ISBN 978–0–85293–453–1 £62.00

Spotlight on

IP Riskmanager ™ for terminals: Generic risk assessment tool NEW


for petroleum distribution facilities

IP riskmanager™ for terminals is a software application that enables users to


complete an operational risk assessment for a petroleum distribution facility,
whether a terminal, depot or larger customer storage facility. It is intended for use
by site managers, SHE managers, or those with an interest in managing or
regulating risk drivers at such sites. The application takes the user through each
area of a petroleum distribution facility using an activity-based risk assessment
method and records the findings; in addition, it creates reports and action plans to
appropriately address the risks identified. Completing a risk assessment using
IP riskmanager™ for terminals should help petroleum distribution facilities to meet
pertinent operational (but not major hazards) safety, health and environmental
legislative requirements, as well as satisfying other pertinent risk drivers.

1st ed 2006 ISBN 978-0-85293-465-4 £190.00

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Storage and distribution

Safety
Storage and distribution

Code of practice for a product identification system for


petroleum products
Changes have been made to the fourth edition to account
for new product grades required by EC Directive 2003/17/EC
and fiscal incentives in the United Kingdom to introduce
those grades with a reduced sulfur content of 10 ppm.
5th ed Aug 2004 ISBN 978–0–85293–427–2 £55.00

IP riskmanager™ for terminals: Generic risk assessment NEW


tool for petroleum distribution facilities
See Spotlight on… section on page 22
Software available on CD Rom (MS Windows only)
1st ed September 2006 ISBN 978–0–85293–465–4 £190.00

Pocket guide to safety for personnel working on oil


installations
Simple first line instruction to maintenance and operations
personnel working on installations that process, handle
or store petroleum products. Discounts available on bulk
orders.
1st ed May 2000 ISBN 978–0–85293–292–6 £14.00

Guidelines for the control of hazards arising from static


electricity (Model code of safe practice Part 21)
Provides a basic explanation of static electricity as it
relates to operations in the oil industry and sets out
operating guidance for the more frequent operations
which will help to avoid the inadvertent ignition of
flammable hydrocarbons. The 2nd edition incorporates
the results of an IP commissioned report to address
concern over the occurrence of a number of electrostatic
ignition incidents associated with the loading of low
sulphur diesel onto road tankers. It also provides updated
filter residence time data.
2nd ed Apr 2002 ISBN 978–0–85293–356–5 £105.00

IP Guidance on the declassification of tanks previously in


leaded gasoline service
Important guidance for occupational hygienists, health
and safety managers, as well as managers of terminals,
refineries and filling stations.
1st ed Feb 1998 ISBN 978–0–85293–200–1 £62.00

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Storage and distribution/Road tanker operations


Model code of safe practice Part 16: Tank cleaning
safety code
Health and safety guidance and recommendations for
cleaning of tanks used for storage of crude oil and liquid
petroleum products.
2nd ed 1996 ISBN 978–0–471–97096–5 £103.00
3rd ed 2007 ISBN 978–0–85293–436–4 FUTURE

Model code of safe practice Part 19: Fire precautions at NEW


petroleum refineries and bulk storage installations
Provides guidance on fire precautions in refineries and
bulk storage installations, including advice on fire
prevention, fire fighting and equipment spacing.
2nd ed Dec 2006 ISBN 978–0–85293–437–1 £140.00

Road tanker operations

Code of practice for drivers' emergency actions on


road loading racks
Aims to improve safety of drivers and others carrying out
loading of petroleum road tankers.
1st ed Feb 1999 ISBN 978–0–85293–234–6 £55.00

Code of practice for the development of a response plan


for serious incidents involving petroleum product road
tankers
Guidelines for emergency response planning where a
road tanker has been involved in a serious incident,
possibly overturning and causing spillage of product.
2nd ed 2005 ISBN 978–0–85293–438–8 £89.00

Guidelines for terminal induction training of road tanker


drivers
The purpose of these guidelines is to harmonise induction
training received by road tanker drivers at different
terminals. Also includes a methodology for managing
that training.
1st ed Mar 2002 ISBN 978–0–85293–361–9 £41.00

Vapour recovery hazards bulletin


Aims to improve the safety of vapour recovery operations
at the interface between road tankers and both
distribution terminals and filling stations. Available free
online at: www.energyinstpubs.org.uk

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Air quality and emissions

Environment
Air quality and emissions

Expert Panel on Air Quality Standards (EPAQS) discussion


document on airborne particles: what is the appropriate
measure on which to base a standard
Provides a review of the latest science and understanding
on measurement and health implications of particulate
pollution. Available free online at:
www.energyinstpubs.org.uk
1st ed Jul 2000 ISBN 978–0–85293–304–6 £16.00

EPAQ standards for polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons.


Final draft of Expert Panel on Air Quality (EPAQ) standards
for polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons
Report commissioned by the IP from EXXON Biomedical
Services.
1st ed Dec 1998 ISBN 978–0–85293–244–5 £41.00

Transboundary air pollution acidification, eutrophication


and ground level ozone in the UK. Draft report of the
National Expert Group on Transboundary Air Pollution –
March 2001. Response of the Institute of Petroleum
This response has been prepared for the Institute by
Dr Ron Barnes, under the guidance of the IP's Air Issues
Group and in cooperation with UKPIA.
1st ed May 2001 ISBN 978–0–85293–340–4 £21.00

First Report of the UK National Expert Group on


Transboundary Air Pollution (NEGTAP)
Considers the effectiveness of the NEGTAP consultation
process in terms of the impact achieved by the IP's
comments. It also reviews NEGTAP 2001 against benchmarks
of the Group's Terms of Reference, its contribution to
the scientific literature and as a basis for policy–making.
1st ed Nov 2002 ISBN 978–0–85293–377–0 £25.00

Guidelines for soil, groundwater and surface water


protection and vapour emission control at petrol filling
stations
1st ed Jun 2002 ISBN 978–0–85293–358–9 £72.00

Guidelines for the calculation of estimates of energy


use and gaseous emissions in the decommissioning of
offshore structures
Overview of 'best practice' with regard to the assessment
of gross energy use and emissions, as well as being a
practical help in standardizing the calculation and
presentation of data.
1st ed Feb 2000 ISBN 978–0–85293–255–1 £89.00

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Air quality and emissions


IP Research Report: Non CO2 greenhouse gas emissions NEW
from oil refineries
Traditionally, actions to reduce emissions of greenhouse
gases (GHGs) from oil refineries have focused on carbon
dioxide (CO2). This new Research Report reviews the
sources and magnitude of emissions of the other five
greenhouse gases listed in the Kyoto Protocol – methane,
nitrous oxide, hydrofluorocarbons, perfluorocarbons and
sulfur hexafluoride – within the UK refining sector.
1st ed Jul 2006 ISBN 978–0–85293–459–3 £60.00

Protocol for the determination of the speciation of


hydrocarbon emissions from oil refineries
This new protocol has been developed and validated
during a series of measurement campaigns conducted at
two UK oil refineries, under summer and winter conditions.
These trials demonstrated that the approach provides a
cost effective and robust methodology which will be
incorporated by the Environment Agency into future
operating license conditions for the oil refineries.
1st ed May 2004 ISBN 978–0–85293–405–0 £79.00

Protocol for the estimation of VOC emissions from


petroleum refineries and gasoline marketing operations
Aid to industry legislative compliance and consistency.
1st ed Feb 2000 ISBN 978–0–85293–227–8 £62.00

Review of COMEAP and IOM Reports on long term


effects of particles
Reviews the Committee of the Medical Effects of Air
Pollutants (COMEAP) statement and report on the Long
term effects of particles on mortality, and the Institute of
Occupational Medicine's (IOM) report: Towards assessing
and costing the impacts of ambient particulate air
pollution in the UK.
1st ed Nov 2002 ISBN 978–0–85293–379–4 £41.00

Sector application guide for BS 7750: for oil refineries


Environmental effects evaluation of refineries for use by
those implementing the British Standard BS7750
Environment Management System.
1st ed 1996 ISBN 978–0–85293–152–3 £79.00

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Air quality and emissions

Environment
Speciation of VOC Emissions from UK Oil Refineries
1st ed Feb 2002
Part 1 presents an overview of the work carried out and
of the results obtained.
ISBN 978–0–85293–345–9 £25.00

Part 2 presents the findings of the literature survey, the


objective of which was to identify existing species data
entry for refinery VOC emissions.
ISBN 978–0–85293–346–6 £25.00

Part 3 describes the detailed results of the measurements


carried out at the nine UK refineries.
ISBN 978–0–85293–347–3 £50.00
Order the complete set £75.00

UK National Air Quality Strategy (NAQS) guidance for the


evaluation of stage 3 reviews and an assessment of their
potential effects on key industry installations
Describes and examines the genesis and ambitions of
NAQS, with particular regard to the context of current
European Union legislation and risk aversion.
1st ed Nov 2002 ISBN 978–0–85293–378–7 £41.00

VOC emission control and its costs in the petrochemical


sector. Impact of the 'Gothenburg' Protocol and National
Emissions Ceilings Directive
Provides a high level view of the background to legislation,
discusses the most recent forecasts for VOC emissions
within the UK and assesses the likely costs of achieving
legislative targets for the petrochemical sector.
1st ed May 2001 ISBN 978–0–85293–338–1 £36.00

UK oil refining and the atmospheric emission of dioxins.


A briefing paper
Essential reading for everyone involved in policy
development and lobbying, this briefing paper is a
synthesis of material in the public domain, compiled to
inform the non–expert about a group of trace pollutants
collectively referred to as 'dioxins' or PCDDs/PCDFs
(Polychlorodibenzo–para–dioxins/ dibenzofurans). The
paper begins by reviewing their chemistry, formation
and adverse health effects and then proceeds to evaluate,
at the national and refinery level, sources, emissions and
regulatory policy. The paper concludes with a short
section on emissions monitoring.
1st ed Mar 2005 ISBN 978–0–85293–429–6 £51.00

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Land contamination

Land contamination

Environmental risk assessment of bulk liquids torage FUTURE


facilities: A screening tool
1st ed ISBN 978–0–85293–393–0

Code of practice for the investigation and mitigation of


possible petroleum–based land contamination
Practical working guidelines identifying the stages of a
site investigation, assessment of risks to health and the
environment and the establishment where necessary of
appropriate treatment criteria. The authorities are
named for England and Wales (in other countries
equivalent bodies would need to be consulted).
1st ed 1993 (reprinted 1996) ISBN 978–0–85293–124–0 £89.00

Guidance document on risk assessment for the water


environment at operational fuel storage and dispensing
facilities
Provides a useful step in enabling owners and operators
to assess whether a site is constructed and operated in a
manner which will ensure the risk of pollution to the
water environment is minimised. Also provides guidance
to ensure regulatory compliance and improved business
performance by preventing loss of fuel due to
inadequate engineering, human error and accidents.
1st ed Dec 1999 ISBN 978–0–85293–256–8 £89.00

Guidelines for investigation and remediation of


petroleum retail sites
Assists operators, their advisors and regulators by
describing a rational and simplified approach to dealing
with potentially contaminated and contaminated sites.
1st ed Nov 1998 ISBN 978–0–85293–216–2 £89.00

Sustainable urban drainage systems at oil installations


1st ed 2006 ISBN 978–0–85293–439–5 FUTURE

Please order the following titles from the Environment Agency


www.environment–agency.gov.uk

Laboratory to field scale relationships in the assessment


of the potential for monitored natural attenuation of
contaminants in groundwater
1st ed 2003 ISBN 978–1–85705–701–0

The effects of contamination concentration on the


potential for natural attenuation
1st ed 2002 ISBN 978–1–85705–599–3

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Land contamination/Lubricants

Environment
Vapour transfer of soil contaminants. R and D technical
report P5–018/TR
1st ed 2002 ISBN 978–1–85705–151–3

A review of current MBTE usage and occurrence in


groundwater in England
1st ed 2000 ISBN 978–1–85705–399–9

Lubricants

Code of practice for metalworking fluids


Promotes the most effective and economic use of
metalworking fluids, good working conditions and
hygiene standards, minimises health hazards from
occupational exposure and environmental pollution.
4th ed Nov 2000 ISBN 978–0–85293–310–7 £64.00

Spotlight on

Environmental guidelines for petroleum distribution facilities


The EI is publishing a new edition of this important guidance which looks at the need
for good environmental practices and procedures at distribution facilities. The scope cov-
ers: an explanation for the oil industry, its customers and contractors of the environmen-
tal issues involved in the operational aspects of the business; an agreed industry view on
the environmental issues for use in discussion with regulatory authorities and others;
guidelines that represent the current best and most cost-effective practices to minimise
environmental impact and to meet the requirements of regulatory authorities; an indica-
tion of future trends. These guidelines can be used as a basis for managing the environ-
mental impact of refinery off-sites, LPG, bitumen, aviation, authorised distributors and
lubricant operations. The guidance offered is intended for international use but, where
appropriate, reference is made to EC and UK legislation.

2nd ed 2007 ISBN 978-0-85293-440-1 £85.00

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Microbiology

Microbiology
Guidelines for the investigation of the microbial content NEW
of petroleum fuels and for the implementation of
avoidance and remedial strategies
New guidelines are also being published by the Energy
Institute, to complement the CD training tool – Microbes
in Fuels. The issues covered include microbial ecology,
the problems caused by micro–organisms, monitoring
microbiological contamination, and avoidance and
remediation. Appendices cover on–site testing and
provide examples of tank sampling data sheets.
1st ed Jul 2006 ISBN 978–0–85293–448–7 £60.00

Microbes in fuel – CD-ROM training tool NEW


An essential training tool for all those with responsibility
for fuel quality, whether at refineries or storage
installations, in distribution facilities such as pipelines,
product tankers and barges, loading racks, road and rail
tankers, and tanks at privately owned and retail sites.
Microbial contamination impacts on fuels used in
aircraft, road and rail vehicles and ships. It also affects
fuels used for heating and power generation. This new
CD provides an invaluable training tool for following
recommended procedures for the testing of fuels for
microbial content and the interpretation of results.
Guidance is given on steps which can be taken to avoid
microbial problems and there are suggestions for remedial
action.
1st ed July 2006 ISBN 978–0–85293–447–0 £140.00 + VAT

Buy both Guidelines for the investigation of the microbial


content of petroleum fuels and the Microbes in fuels
training tool together and save 20%.

Microbially–influenced corrosion in double–hull tankers.


A scoping paper
This scoping paper reviews the available information on
the operation and corrosion of tankers and extends the
findings to Floating Production Storage and Offloading
Units (FPSOs) and aims to provide a critique on whether
the data support the various theories on MIC in double
hull tankers.
1st ed Mar 2001 ISBN 978–0–85293–333–9 £45.00

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Microbiology

Environment
The effect of nitrate anti–souring treatment on corrosion NEW
of mild steel
An increasing number of operators are using nitrate to
combat reservoir souring and suppress SRB activity. The
biological anti–souring treatment is environmentally
friendly for offshore applications and can be comparatively
inexpensive. However, concerns have been raised
regarding the effect of the treatment and its by–products
on the corrosion of mild steel. Of particular concern is
the intermittent generation of low concentrations of
nitrite. This independent study was commissioned by the
Microbiology Committee of the EI and was a part of the
Committee's leading role in promoting good practices,
greener alternatives and improved understanding of
industrial microbiology.
1st ed Nov 2006ISBN 978 0 85293 458 6 £60.00

The stimulation of nitrate reducing bacteria (NRB) in


oilfield systems to control sulfate reducing bacteria (SRB)
activity, microbiologically influenced corrosion (MIC) and
reservoir souring: an introductory view
This review document summarises the technology and
addresses the practicalities of applying and monitoring a
nitrate treatment in the field. It includes a brief summary
to introduce Nitrate–reducing Bacteria (NRB), the impact
of nitrate on NRB and SRB activity and corrosion rates
topsides, the impact of nitrate on NRB and SRB activity
and souring in the reservoir and potential pros and cons
with regard to utilising nitrate to control SRB in oilfields.
1st ed August 2003 ISBN 978–0–85293–394–7 £56.00

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Oil spills

Oil spills

Booming in oil spill contingency planning. A guidance


document for developing operational coastal estuarine
booming plans in the United Kingdom
Sets out a model operational booming plan based on
best practice. Essential for local authorities, industry,
ports and harbours and anyone responsible for producing
a booming plan as part of a wider oil spill contingency
plan.
1st ed Jun 2002 ISBN 978–0–85293–355–8 £84.00

Inland waters oil spill response: a guidance document


incorporating the strategies and techniques for responding
to inland surface water oil spills in the UK
These new guidelines summarise some of the strategies
open to an oil spill response team under a range of
different circumstances. Priorities are assigned to the
various necessary actions, taking into account the Health
and Safety aspects of the response. Consideration is also
given to the threats to natural, industrial and amenity
resources.
1st ed Apr 2004 ISBN 978–0–85293–385–5 £105.00

Operational guidelines on the use of oil spill dispersants


at sea
Provides guidance for those making decisions at the
operational level. The document is organised in two
linked parts: 1. Dispersant Use Flowchart, summarising
the key aspects to be considered during the decision
making process, and 2. Dispersant Use Checklist,
providing detail on the key aspects to be considered
during the decision making process, and templates for
spill reporting, assistance requests and monitoring.
1st ed Feb 2004 ISBN 978–0–85293–384–8 £48.00

Oil spill response: the national contingency plan


1st ed Mar 1998 ISBN 978–0–85293–219–3 £195.00

Planning for the use of oil spill dispersants


3rd ed May 2001 ISBN 978–0–85293–316–9 £86.00

The safe operation of tankers in coastal waters and


approaching terminals
1st ed May 1997 ISBN 978–0–85293–177–6 £220.00

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Storage and distribution

Environment
Storage and distribution

Environmental guidelines for petroleum distribution FUTURE


facilities
See spotlight section on page 29
2nd ed due 2007 ISBN 978–0–85293–440–1 £85.00

Guidelines on the environmental risk assessment for


major installations handling hazardous substances
1st ed Nov 1996 ISBN 978–0–85293–202–5 £49.00

Sector application guide for ISO 14001: for the marketing


and distribution of petroleum products
Suitable methodology for identifying environmental
aspects of transportation, handling, storage, delivery and
sale of automotive, heating and aviation fuels, LPG,
bitumen and lubricating oils.
1st ed Sept 1997 ISBN 978–0–85293–193–6 £79.00

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Air quality and emissions/Exploration and production

Air quality and emissions

Air quality and its association with human health effects –


an update
Sets out the issues related to air quality, the association
between human health and air quality, and the difficulties
and advantages associated with the use of
environmental epidemiology in this area.
1st ed Jul 2001 ISBN 978–0–85293–342–8 £37.00

Application of Control of Substances Hazardous to Health


(COSHH) requirements for carcinogens at oil refineries and
terminals
Covers risk assessment, monitoring exposures and processes,
health surveillance, control, information, instruction and
training, and advice for contractors.
1st ed Aug 1998 ISBN 978–0–85293–233–9 £55.00

Code of practice for occupational hygiene audits


Guidance on the auditing of performance in occupational
hygiene.
1st ed Apr 1993 ISBN 978–0–85293–125–7 £55.00

Guidance for occupational physicians on expanding their


role into the field of environmental medicine in the
petroleum industry
1st ed Dec 1994 ISBN 978–0–85293–145–5 £49.00

Workshop on fatigue
1st ed Feb 2001 ISBN 978–0–85293–314–5 £29.00

Air quality and its association with respiratory disease


1st ed 1994 ISBN 978–0–85293–147–9 £63.00

Exploration and production

Code of practice for the safe handling of drilling fluids


Guidelines/appropriate measures to avoid health risks
due to exposure to fluids used in drilling operations.
1st ed 1992 ISBN 978–0–471–93461–5 £89.00

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Occupational health

Health
Occupational health

A critical review of current biological monitoring


techniques for the assessment of exposure to low levels
of benzene
1st ed Jul 2000 ISBN 978–0–85293–300–8 £47.00

Guidance on occupational infection with blood borne


viruses for health care workers in remote sites or
installations
These guidelines provide advice for health care workers
working in remote locations when treating blood borne
illnesses. Produced in conjunction with NHS Grampian,
this document specifies procedures to be followed and a
risk/action matrix for PEP for possible HIV exposure.
Available free online at: www.energyinstpubs.org.uk
1st ed Jan 2005 ISBN 978–0–85293–4333–3

Implementation of pregnant workers directive


management of health and safety at work (amendment)
regulations 1994
A report to the IP by David Coggon.
1st ed 1996 ISBN 978–0–85293–174–5 £51.00

Major benzene study results


This study was the largest of its type yet conducted and
the findings are an important contribution to the scientific
basis for regulations on benzene exposure.
1st ed Sept 1995 ISBN 978–0–85293–163–9 £195.00

Medical standards for fitness to wear respiratory


protective equipment – information for physicians
Explains the different types of RPE, considers the
physiological demands of such equipment and provides
guidelines for specific clinical standards.
1st ed May 1997 ISBN 978–0–85293–181–3 £54.00

Looking forward. Health as a business management issue


in the 21st century
This publication provides a record of an EI workshop,
aimed at bringing together a range of different views on
occupational health provision within industry, and how it
should develop in years to come. Speakers were from the
UK, USA and mainland Europe, and represented
academia, industry and regulatory bodies.
1st ed Mar 2004 ISBN 978–0–85293–403–6 £50.00

Mortality of United Kingdom petroleum distribution


workers 1951–1998
Summarises results from a major study, carried out on
behalf of the IP by the University of Birmingham to
determine whether mortality rates amongst petroleum
distribution workers might be related to occupational
exposures.

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Occupational health
1st ed Jan 2001 ISBN 978–0–85293–325–1 £37.00
Mortality of United Kingdom petroleum refinery workers
1951–1998
Summarises results from a major study, carried out on
behalf of the IP by the University of Birmingham to
determine whether mortality rates amongst oil refinery
workers might be related to occupational exposures.
1st ed Jan 2001 ISBN 978–0–85293–326–8 £37.00

Occupational health provision


Provides guidance to management and staff about the
role and function of occupational health support within
their companies.
1st ed Jul 2002 ISBN 978–0–85293–373–2 £51.00

Petroleum road tanker drivers: Evaluation and control


of exposure to noise
Using occupational exposure data, this document reviews
sources of noise and suggests methods to reduce exposure
to as low as is reasonably practical.
1st ed Jun 2002 ISBN 978–0–85293–357–2 £48.00

Prescriptive medicine and human performance


Compiled by medical and legal experts, examines the
issues surrounding the effect of prescriptive medicines on
human performance, with the objective of advancing
industry's understanding of the safe use of medication in
the workplace.
1st ed Nov 1999 ISBN 978–0–85293–269–8 £49.00

Procedures for reporting occupationally related illness


Provides managers and their occupational health officers
(OHPs) with an approach for reporting possible cases of
occupationally related illness. Representative of good
practice, and complementary to statutory requirements.
1st ed Feb 1999 ISBN 978–0–85293–246–9 £62.00

Psychological wellbeing in the workplace


Recognising the adverse health effects for the individual
and the business impact of reduced performance, this
guidance should help in establishing strategies for
managing psychological health in the workplace.
1st ed Mar 1999 ISBN 978–0–85293–248–3 £47.00

The human health effects of benzene


A report to the IP by David Coggon.
1st ed Dec 1992 ISBN 978–0–85293–135–6 £66.00

Workshop report on leukaemia risks in relation to


benzene exposure
Containing presentations from an international body of
experts, this report is designed to assist the industry in
continuing to provide a safe working environment for its
employees and appropriate instructions for the safe
handling of its products.
1st ed May 2003 ISBN 978–0–85293–396–1 £41.00

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Storage and distribution

Marketing and distribution


IP Guidance on the declassification of tanks previously in
leaded gasoline service
Important guidance for occupational hygienists, health
and safety managers, as well as managers of terminals,
refineries and filling stations.
1st ed Feb 1998 ISBN 978–0–85293–200–1 £62.00

An assessment of electrostatic ignition risks and filling


rules for loading road tankers with low sulphur diesel
Provides a record of the research carried out, methods
and assumptions and also provides a starting point for
any work that may be undertaken in the future. The
implications have been included in IP Model code of safe
practice Part 21.
1st ed 2000 ISBN 978–0–85293–313–8 £26.00

Electrical installation of facilities for the storage and


dispensing of LPG and CNG automotive fuels at vehicle
refuelling stations
This guidance is intended to assist compliance in the UK
with the statutory Electricity at Work Regulations (1989)
and petroleum storage legislation, with regard to electrical
design and installation relating to the storage and
dispensing of LPG and/or CNG as an automotive fuel.

Also available free online at: www.energyinstpubs.org.uk


and incorporated into Design, construction, modification,
maintenance and decommissioning of filling stations.
1st ed Nov 2003 ISBN 978–0–85293–410–4 £46.00

Guidelines for the design and operation of gasoline


vapour emission controls
Revised to incorporate experience since the introduction
of EU Directive 94/63/EC, these guidelines can be
followed wherever gasoline vapour emissions controls
are to be implemented. Covers all aspects of the design,
operation and maintenance required and facilitates
compatibility in gasoline distribution.
2nd ed Oct 2000 ISBN 978–0–85293–308–4 £80.00

Guidelines for the identification and control of hazards


during the proving of road–loading gantry meters
Describes potential safety hazards and considers means
of controlling these. Assists in developing safe work
procedures.
1st ed 1995 (reapproved) ISBN 978–0–85293–158–5 £64.00

IP Research Report: An investigation into suitable


instruments for the measurement of total organic
carbon (TOC) in emissions from petroleum distribution
terminal vapour recovery units
This report covers equipment for potential use in fixed
installations for Continuous Emission Monitoring (CEM),
and on a temporary basis during compliance testing. It

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provides terminal operators with information on the
ability of a range of instruments to meet specific
operational requirements.
June 2004 ISBN 978–0–85293–423–4 £51.00

IP Research Report: Investigation of factors causing


leakage at road tanker loading gantry coupler/tanker
adaptor interface
Report of an investigation commissioned by the IP to
enhance the knowledge of the mechanical factors which
may cause leakage of petroleum product at the interface
between road tanker loading gantry couplers and road
tanker adaptors.
1st ed April 2003 ISBN 978–0–85293–399–2 £41.00

IP Technical Seminar Proceedings: 'Can mobile phone


communications ignite petroleum vapour?'
Presentations include details of recent research
programmes, including a review of radio frequency–induced
sparking and the possibility of electro–static discharges
occurring from handsets. These bound proceedings are
accompanied by a free CD Rom of the presentations.
1st ed June 2003 ISBN 978–0–85293–401–2 £89.00

Model code of safe practice Part 2 Design, construction


and operation of distribution installations
Essential reading for everyone involved with basic
standards and practice for the design, construction,
operation, and maintenance of facilities at petroleum
distribution installations. This code covers the receipt,
storage and handling of petroleum products at all
locations.
2nd ed Sept 2005 ISBN 978–0–85293–383–1 £118.00

Procedures for the reclaim of duty on recovered vapour


at duty suspended installations
These procedures, together with the necessary field
testing, have been fully reviewed and accepted by HM
Customs and Excise.
1st ed Mar 1999 ISBN 978–0–85293–218–6 £66.00

Vapour recovery hazards bulletin


Aims to improve the safety of vapour recovery
operations at the interface between road tankers and
both distribution terminals and filling stations. Also
available free online at: www.energyinstpubs.org.uk
1st ed Apr 2002 ISBN 978–0–85293–363–3 £16.00

Vapour recovery units – Guidance on preventing and


controlling temperature excursions in carbon beds
This publication provides operational procedures to
monitor routinely carbon bed temperatures and to react
in an expeditious way to control abnormal conditions.
1st ed Feb 2001 ISBN 978–0–85293–320–6 £54.00

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Road tanker operations

Safety
Road tanker operations

A model syllabus for the training of technicians involved


in the examination, testing, maintenance and repair of
petroleum road tankers
Provides companies that undertake maintenance of
petroleum road tankers with an industry agreed syllabus
to facilitate the consistent training of technicians, and
negate the need for retraining should technicians move
between companies.
1st ed Aug 2004 ISBN 978–0–85293–409–8 £36.00

A model written scheme for the examination, testing and


certification of petroleum road tankers
This model written scheme has been prepared, in
conjunction with UK HSE, for the examination, testing
and certification of vented non–pressure road tankers
used for the carriage of flammable liquids in Great
Britain and constructed on or before 9th May 2004 (ie an
'old tank') in accordance with the Regulations applicable
at the time of design and construction. The scheme
includes guidance from the previous HSE Approved Code
of Practice Road Tanker Testing: Examination, testing
and certification of the carrying tanks of road tankers
and of tank containers used for the conveyance of
dangerous substances by road, 1985, and the
requirements of Schedule 1 of the Carriage of Dangerous
Goods and Transportable Pressure Equipment
Regulations 2004.
1st ed Sept 2004 ISBN 978–0–85293–412–8 £54.00

Fire resistance of mudwings for petroleum road tankers


Includes the original report of the programme of testing
undertaken by Warrington Fire Research at the request
of the IP, and a revised test protocol which differs from
that included in the first edition.
2nd ed Nov 2002 ISBN 978–0–85293–386–2 £62.00

Maintenance of road tankers used for the conveyance of


petroleum fuels
Assists operators in obtaining a comprehensive and
consistent standard of inspection and maintenance for
all equipment fitted to a road tanker used for the
conveyance of petroleum fuels.
1st ed Oct 2000 ISBN 978–0–85293–305–3 £47.00

Petroleum road tanker design and construction


Provides a common standard for design, construction
and operation, and raises awareness of design factors
that may affect safe operation, compatibility with
loading gantries and product quality. This publication
replaces IP Petroleum Road Tanker Design and
Construction (1999) and IP Bottom loading, vapour
collection and overfill prevention (1995), and takes into
account the requirements of ADR 2003.
2nd ed June 2003 ISBN 978–0–85293–357–2 £114.00

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Petroleum road tanker drivers: Evaluation and control of
exposure to noise
Using occupational exposure data, this document reviews
sources of noise and suggests methods to reduce exposure
to as low as is reasonably practical.
1st ed Jun 2002 ISBN 978–0–85293–373–2 £48.00

Quantified risk assessment of the ignition of flammable


vapour on petrol filling station forecourts during road
tanker offloading due to thermite sparking
Includes a thorough review of the phenomena of
thermite sparking and outlines recommendations, that
have been agreed between the IP's Road Tanker and
Service Station Panels and the UK HSE, which if
implemented, may help reduce the risk of a thermite
spark igniting vapour during road tanker deliveries.
Annex I is available free online at: www.energyinst.org.uk
(under 'Technical – Publications to download').
1st ed Jul 2002 ISBN 978–0–85293–370–1 £84.00

Recommendations for radio communication equipment


and its installation in petroleum road tankers
2nd ed Dec 2004 ISBN 978–0–85293–391–6 £32.00

Road tanker workshop code FUTURE


Guidance in construction and equipping of workshops.
Recommends safety procedures for the repair and
maintenance of vehicles used for conveying petroleum
products.
3rd ed 2007 ISBN 978–0–85239–453–3 £76.00

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Filling stations

Filling stations

Marketing and distribution


Testing of vapour containment on petroleum road tankers
This important publication provides protocols to define a
practical means of satisfying Clauses 31 and 34 of the UK
HSE Approved Tank Requirements, which implement the
design and testing of road tanker requirements to
comply with European Directive 94/63/EC for the control
of the emissions of volatile organic compounds.
1st ed 2001 ISBN 978–0–85293–318–3 £67.00

Code of safe practice for contractors working on petrol


filling stations
Guidance on safe working practices, in compliance with
legislation and to prevent accidents.
2nd ed Apr 2005 ISBN 978–0–85293–389–3 £80.00

Code of safe practice for retailers managing contractors


working on petrol filling stations
Produced on behalf of UKPIA to assist safe and legal
work, with the minimum of incidents or accidents.
1st ed Mar 1999 ISBN 978–0–85293–240–7 £74.00

2nd ed ISBN 978–0–85293–443–2 FUTURE

Guidance for the design, construction, modification and


maintenance of petrol filling stations
Endorsed by HSE and Environment Agency. Intended to
protect people and the environment from harm.
Specifically aimed at designers, contractors and installers
this publications is also invaluable to enforcement
authorities, developers, owners and planners of filling
stations. Over 200 pages. EI/APEA Member price £40.00.
2nd ed Mar 2005 ISBN 978–0–85293–419–7 £120.00

Guidance on external cathodic protection of underground


steel storage tanks and steel pipework at petrol filling
stations
Provides information for those involved in the design,
construction, operation and maintenance of petrol filling
stations on the safe and effective use of cathodic
protection to prevent the external corrosion of
underground steel storage tanks and associated steel
pipework.
1st ed Nov 2002 ISBN 978–0–85293–372–5 £76.00

Guidelines for soil, groundwater and surface water


protection and vapour emission control at petrol filling
stations
1st ed Jun 2002 ISBN 978–0–85293–358–9 £72.00

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Offloading procedures for split compartment deliveries
of petrol between service station tanks
Provides a procedure for splitting contents of a road
tanker compartment between different storage tanks at
petrol filling stations. Also available free online at:
www.energyinstpubs.org.uk
1st ed Dec 2001 ISBN 978–0–85293–353–4 £25.00

Performance specification for underground pipework


systems at petrol filling stations
Includes a number of additions and amendments to
ensure that the technical requirements are aligned with
CEN. A new requirement for annual product surveillance
testing has also been included. Compliance with the
requirements of the specification will help demonstrate
the overall fitness–for–purpose of pipework systems.
2nd ed Feb 2001 ISBN 978–0–85293–323–7 £66.00

Quantified risk assessment of the ignition of flammable


vapour on petrol filling station forecourts during road
tanker offloading due to thermite sparking
Includes a thorough review of the phenomena of
thermite sparking and outlines recommendations, that
have been agreed between the IP's Road Tanker and
Service Station Panels and the UK HSE, which if
implemented, may help reduce the risk of a thermite
spark igniting vapour during road tanker deliveries.
Annex I is available free online at: www.energyinst.org.uk
(under 'Technical – Publications to download').
1st ed Jul 2002 ISBN 978–0–85293–370–1 £84.00

Report on the risk of static ignition during vehicle


refuelling: A study of the available relevant research
A report jointly commissioned by the IP, SMMT and UKPIA,
containing a worldwide literature search and analysis of
ignition risk. A useful document for all those involved
with the design of vehicles, petrol filling stations and
safety.
1st ed May 2001 ISBN 978–0–85293–306–0 £68.00

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Test Methods

Test Methods
Test Methods

Guide to IP test method equivalence


Guidance on the relationship between IP methods and
those published by ISO, CEN, ASTM, DIN, AFNOR and JIS
is available online through the EI website:
www.energyinst.org.uk (under 'Technical: committees:
test methods: test methods database)

IP Standard Methods for analysis and testing of NEW


petroleum and related products, and British Standard
2000 Parts, 2007
A compilation of Standards based on both traditional
and modern instrumentation techniques, published
annually. The 2006 edition contains 290 full methods and
23 proposed methods. Changes for the 2007 edition
include: six new full methods; five new proposed methods,
and seven new European Standards. Several test
methods have significant changes, and many have minor
changes Two volume set. Price includes a searchable
CD–ROM of full text and artwork.
66th ed Mar 2007 ISBN 978–0–85239–469–2 £550.00

Individual copies of IP methods and BS Standard 2000


series (including bitumen test methods) can be purchased
from the IP Library at a cost of £18.38 each to
EI Members and £24.50 each to non–members.

Aviation fuel quality

Multi–product pipelines: minimum criteria to determine


additive acceptability
This protocol has been developed primarily for the pipeline
transportation of aviation turbine kerosine.
2nd ed Apr 2001 ISBN 978–0–85293–327–5 £54.00
Hydrocarbon management

IP Derived Cetane Number Correlation Scheme


This scheme is run parallel to and uses the same specially blended diesel fuels that are
used for the Diesel Fuel Engine Correlation Scheme. The scheme enables laboratories
determining the Derived Cetane Number of diesel fuels by IP 498 or IP PM DI to:
• Compare their results against those determined by other users
• Compare the Derived Cetane Number (DCN) to the mean of that Cetane Number (CN)
as determined by IP 41/ASTM D613 Diesel Fuel Engine Correlation Scheme
• Have a set of Secondary Working Standards with known DCN and CN values that can be
used for quality control measurements

For further details of membership, please contact the Library and Information Service at
the EI: Library and Information Service e: info@energyinst.org.uk
(please include the reference correlation scheme in email correspondence)

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HM1. Calculation of oil quantities (formerly PMM Part I)
2nd ed Jul 1999 ISBN 978–0–85293–212–4 £96.00

HM 2. Tank calibration. Section 1: Strapping, internal


diameter and internal offset methods for the calibration
of vertical cylindrical tanks (formerly PMM Part II, S1)
2nd ed Sep 2000 ISBN 978–0–85293–228–5 £86.00

Tank calibration. Section 5A: Calibration of barge tanks


Joint API/IP. Available from API as Manual of Petroleum
Measurement Standards Chapter 2: Section 7.
1991 (reapproved 1996). Order from Infonorme London
Information or from Technical Standards Services Ltd (see
back page for details)

Tank calibration. Section 5B: Calibration of tanks on ships


and oceangoing barges
Joint API/IP. Available from API as Manual of petroleum
measurement standards Chapter 2: Section 8A
1991 (reapproved 1996). Order from Infonorme London
Information or from Technical Standards Services Ltd (see
back page for details)

HM3. Tank calibration. Section 7: Calibration of


underground tanks at filling stations (formerly PMM
Part II, S7) 1996 (reapproved 2001)
ISBN 978–0–85293–169–1 £86.00

IP gasoline and diesel fuel engine correlation scheme


A requirement for laboratories conducting tests for the assessment of automotive fuel
quality, as set out in the European automotive fuels – Assessment of petrol and diesel
fuel quality – Fuel quality monitoring scheme, is that they are a member of an inter–lab-
oratory correlation scheme with sufficient members so as to ensure that their results are
part of a statistically valid data set. Membership of the IP Engine Correlation Scheme will
enable laboratories to meet these requirements for both petrol and diesel fuel engines.

This scheme offers laboratories the opportunity to check their engines on a monthly
basis using a variety of commercially available fuels and specially prepared blends, and
will form an important part of any petroleum laboratory's QA procedure.

Samples of gasoline or reference blends are tested for both Research and Motor Octane
Number and diesel fuel for Cetane Number. Results are statistically analysed and pub-
lished monthly enabling laboratories to compare their results with the statistical mean.
In addition, a yearly results report is issued.

For further details of membership, please contact the Library and Information Service at
the EI: Library and Information Service e: info@energyinst.org.uk
(please include the reference fuel engine correlation scheme in email correspondence)

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HM4. Manual methods for the measurement of level in

Hydrocarbon management
tanks. Section 1: Non–electrical methods
(formerly PMM Part III, S1)
1998 ISBN 978–0–85293–197–4 £86.00

HM6. Sampling. Section 2: Guide to automatic sampling


of liquids from pipelines (formerly PMM Part VI, S2)
1987 (reapproved 2002) ISBN 978–0–471–91799–1 £119.00

HM7. Density, sediment and water. Section 1: General


guidance on test methods (formerly PMM Part VII, S1)
Revised 1996 ISBN 978–0–85293–154–7 £66.00

HM8. Density, sediment and water. Section 2:


Continuous density measurement
(formerly PMM Part VII, S2)
2nd ed Sep 1997 ISBN 978–0–85293–175–2 £89.00

HM9. Meters. Section 3: Guidance notes for the


installation of turbine meters on loading gantries
(formerly PMM Part IX, S3)
1996 (reapproved 2001) ISBN 978–0–85293–172–1 62.00

HM10. Meter Proving. Section 1: Field guide to proving


meters with a pipe prover (formerly PMM Part X, S1)
1989 (reapproved 2001)
ISBN 978–0–471–92313–8 £81.00

HM11. Meter Proving. Section 2: Recommended UK


operational practice for proving gantry meters
(formerly PMM Part X, S2)
1985 (reapproved 1996) ISBN 978–0–471–90916–3 £72.00

HM12. Meter Proving. Section 3: Code of practice for the


design, installation and calibration of pipe provers
(formerly PMM Part X, S3)
1989 (reapproved 2001) ISBN 978–0–471–92231–5 £85.00

HM13. Meter Proving. Section 4: Recommended UK


practice for testing, operating and maintaining road
tanker metering systems (formerly PMM Part X, S4)
1988 (reapproved 1996) ISBN 978–0–471–92012–0 £85.00

HM 14. Meter Proving. Section 5: Recommended UK


operational practice for proving gantry meters fitted with
electronic heads (formerly PMM Part X, S5)
1991 (reapproved 1996) ISBN 978–0–471–93198–0 £85.00

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HM 15. Meter Proving. Section 7: Calibration of reference
meters used for gantry meter proving. Sub–section 7.1:
calibration using a small volume prover
(formerly PMM Part X, S7.1)
1996 ISBN 978–0–85293–171–4 £62.00

HM 16. Meter Proving. Section 7: Calibration of reference


meters used for gantry meter proving. Sub–section 7.2:
volumetric and gravimetric tank methods
(formerly PMM Part X, S7.2)
1999 ISBN 978–0–85293–270–4 £79.00

HM 17. Meter Proving. Section 8: Calibration of additive


injection systems for road loading gantries
(formerly PMM Part X, S8)
1997 ISBN 978–0–85293–180–6 £66.00

HM 18. Meter Proving. Section 10: Recommended UK


operational Practice For Proving Turbine Meters in Loading
Gantries (formerly PMM Part X, S10)
2001 ISBN 978–0–85293–344–2 £62.00

HM19. Meter Proving. Section 11. Guidelines for field tests


and verification of temperature measuring equipment on
loading gantries (for non–artificially heated products)
(formerly PMM Part X, S11)
1999 ISBN 978–0–85293–245–2 £66.00

HM 20. Meter Proving. Section 12: Aviation Fuelling


Positive Displacement Meters (formerly PMM Part X, S12)
2000 ISBN 978–0–85293–302–2 £85.00

HM 21. Static and dynamic measurement of light


hydrocarbon liquids. Section 1: Calculation procedures
(formerly PMM Part XII, S1)
2nd ed 1998 ISBN 978–0–85293–210–0 £80.00

HM 22. Static and dynamic measurement of light


hydrocarbon liquids. Section 3: Instrumentation for
primary measurement (formerly PMM Part XII, S3)
1983 (reapproved 1997) ISBN 978–0–471–26282–4 £59.00

HM 23. Fidelity and security of measurement data


transmission systems. Section 1: Electric and/or electronic
pulsed data cabled transmission for fluid metering
systems (formerly PMM Part XIII, S1)
2nd ed 1998 ISBN 978–0–85293–235–3 £59.00

HM 24. Fidelity and security of measurement data


transmission systems. Section 3: Electrical and/or electronic
data capture systems for flow metering
(formerly PMM Part XIII, S3)
1985 ISBN 978–0–471–90962–0 £68.00

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HM 25. Part XIV: Statistics for static and dynamic

Hydrocarbon management
measurement (formerly PMM Part XIV)
2nd ed 1993 ISBN 978–0–85293–132–5 £125.00

HM 26. Metering systems. Section 1: A guide to liquid


metering systems (formerly PMM Part XV, S1)
1987 (reapproved 1998) ISBN 978–0–471–91693–2 £85.00

HM 27. Metering systems. Section 2: Guide to gas


metering systems (formerly PMM Part XV, S2)
2nd ed 2002 ISBN 978–0–85293–360–2 £85.00

HM 28. Procedures for oil cargo measurements by cargo


surveyors. Section 1: Crude oil (formerly PMM Part XVI, S1)
2nd ed 2001 ISBN 978–0–85293–334–3 £85.00

HM 29. Procedures for oil cargo measurements by cargo


surveyors. Section 2: Products (formerly PMM Part XVI, S2)
2004 ISBN 978–0–85293–416–6 £85.00

HM 30. Procedures for oil cargo measurements by cargo


surveyors. Section 3: Liquefied Petroleum Gas
(formerly PMM Part XVI, S3)
1999 ISBN 978–0–85293–229–2 £85.00

HM 31. Guide to hydrocarbon management in petroleum


refinery operations (replaces PMM Part XVII)
2nd ed May 2004 ISBN 978–0–85293–415–9 £96.00

HM 32. Guide to product loss control at marketing


terminals (formerly PMM Part XVIII)
1998 ISBN 978–0–85293–211–7 £85.00
2nd ed. 2007 ISBN 978–0–85239–455–7 FUTURE

HM 33. ASTM–IP–API Petroleum measurement tables for


light hydrocarbon liquids – Density range 0.500 to 0.653
kg/litre at 15°C
1986 ISBN 978–0–471–90961–3 £80.00

HM 34. List of data required for a comprehensive


evaluation of a liquid flowmeter (formerly PMP No. 1)
2nd ed 2002 ISBN 978–0–85293–380–0 £62.00

HM 35. Guidelines for users of the API–ASTM–IP petroleum


measurement tables (formerly PMP No. 2)
1984 ISBN 978–0–85293–118–9 £51.00

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Hydrocarbon management
HM 36. Computer implementation procedures for
correcting densities and volumes to 20°C
(formerly PMP No. 3)
1988 ISBN 978–0–85293–114–7 £50.00

HM 37. Code of practice for proving loading gantry meters


– Supplement to HM11 (formerly PMP No. 4)
1991 (reapproved 1996) ISBN 978–0–85239–456–4 £50.00

HM 38. User guidelines for standard temperature


accounting (formerly PMP No. 5)
1993 (reapproved 1996) ISBN 978–0–85293–133–2 £61.00

HM 39. Guide to recommended measurement practice for


compliance with requirements of HM CandE Notice 179
(formerly PMP No. 7)

1995 (Addendum 1, 1999, Addendum 2, 2000)


ISBN 978–0–85293–148–6 £61.00

HM 40. Guidelines for the crude oil washing of ships'


tanks and the heating of crude oil being transported by
sea (replaces PMP No. 8)
This publication can be downloaded free of charge from the EI
website: www.energyinst.org.uk (under 'Technical – Publications
to download')
2nd ed June 2004 ISBN 978–0–85293–422–7 £44.00

HM 41. The performance of turbine meters in loading


gantries – A review of proving and test data
(formerly PMP No. 9)
Supplement to HM 18.
2001 ISBN 978–0–85293–343–5 £51.00

HM 42. Vocabulary of dynamic measurement


(formerly PMP No. 10)
1999 ISBN 978–0–85293–267–4 £64.00

HM 43. Temperature corrections in tank calibration and


gauging (formerly PMP No. 11)
1999 ISBN 978–0–85293–252–0 £64.00

HM 44. Guidelines for the Development of Uncertainty


Estimates for Pipe Prover Calibrations
(formerly PMP No. 12)
2001 ISBN 978–0–85293–214–8 £64.00

HM 45. Statistical control of volumetric metering systems


using meter control charts – simplified method
(formerly PMP No. 14)
2002 ISBN 978–0–85293–381–7 £62.00

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Hydrocarbon management

HM 46. Guidance notes on the application and p

Hydrocarbon management
erformance of small volume provers (formerly PMP No. 15)
2002 ISBN 978–0–85293–382–4 £62.00

HM 47. Meter proving. Section 13: Recommended


Operational Practice for Proving LPG Meters
(formerly PMM Part X, S13)
2003 ISBN 978–0–85293–398–5 £85.00

HM 48. Meter proving. Code of practice for the proving


of loading gantry meters
2003 ISBN 978–0–85293–407–4 £56.00

NEW HM 49. Vessels experience factor


Available online.
2005 ISBN 978–0–85239–449–6 £76.00

HM 53. Management of emissions trading for UK FUTURE


upstream oil and gas
Due 2007 ISBN 978–0–85239–470–8

HM 54. Guidelines for the management of measurement for the


UK upstream oil and gas industry
Due 2007 ISBN 978–0–85239–471–5 FUTURE

Research Project. Evaluation of the performance of meters


in loading gantries. Phase 2 – Tests on products other
than gas oil
2000 ISBN 978–0–85293–349–7 £28.00

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Power generation

Power generation

Managing contractors – a guide for the energy industry


The Energy Institute (EI) has published these good
practice guidelines in response to a need identified by
the Power Generation Health and Safety Committee at
the Energy Institute in November 2005.
The Committee requested that a consistent and
comprehensive approach to managing contractors would
benefit the industry as a whole. A steering committee,
consisting of safety professionals from key organisations
within the power generation industry, was convened to
manage the project and produce good practice
guidelines for managing the health and safety of
Contractors on power generation sites with a particular
focus on working with foreign nationals.
These new guidelines cover initial contracting through
to managing the staff on site. They review current
practices employed by power generation companies,
provide assistance on the development of guidelines
for contract tendering, and the management of staff
on site, with specific recommendations for managing
multi-lingual contracting staff during all stages of the
contract including at induction.

1st ed Dec 2006 ISBN 978-0-85293-251-3 £110.00

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Conference proceedings

Conference proceedings
Conference proceedings

Dispute resolution in the international oil and gas


industries
1st ed Jan 2001 ISBN 978–0–85293–321–3 £200.00

Emerging markets for emissions trading


1st ed July 1998. ISBN 978–0–85293–231–5 £340.00

Innovations in offshore field developments


1st ed Feb 1998 ISBN 978–0–85293–209–4 £200.00

Interspill 2000
1st ed Jan 2001 ISBN 978–0–85293–317–6 £200.00

OMS '99: International conference on offshore marine


support
1st ed Oct 1999 ISBN 978–0–85293–268–1 £200.00

Practical implementation of EC gasoline vapour emission


control directives
1st ed 1993 ISBN 978–0–85293–142–4 £92.00

Re–use of offshore production facilities


1st ed Nov 1999 ISBN 978–0–85293–272–8 £110.00

North Sea Flow Measurement Workshop Proceedings


Copies of previous editions are also available from
Portland Customer Services

24th International North Sea Flow Measurement NEW


Workshop 2006
1st ed 2006 ISBN 0 978–0–85293–474–6 £175.00

Tekna Conference Proceedings


16th international oil field chemistry symposium
1st ed Apr 2005 ISBN 978–0–85239–457–1 £175.00

17th international oil field chemistry symposium


1st ed May 2006 ISBN 978–0–85239–456–2 £175.00

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WPC Congress Proceedings

WPC Congress Proceedings

The World Petroleum Council serves as a forum for


scientists, technical personnel, economists and management
in the oil industry. The trends and outlooks integral to
the future success of the industry form the focus of
discussions, forums and presentations throughout the
Congress. The presentations explore international
business opportunities, exchange ideas on global issues,
and provide the latest information on technology,
business management and industry developments.

Proceedings of the 18th World Petroleum Congress, Johannesburg,


South Africa, 25–29 September 2005
The congress proceedings are available in a fully
searchable electronic format on DVD and include the
papers and presentations of:
• Plenaries and keynote speeches
• Review and forecast papers
• Technical forum papers and poster sessions
• Social responsibility seminar
• Africa sessions
• Special youth session
• Country presentations
• Round tables
• Opening and closing ceremonies

Videos from the event will are be included.


ISBN 978–0–85239–450–2 £650.00

Proceedings of the 17th World Petroleum Congress, Brazil, 2002


The 17th Congress theme is 'Petroleum Industry: Excellence and
Responsibility in Serving Society'.

Complete 5 Volume Set, including free CD–Rom


ISBN 978–0–85239–369–5 £650.00
Individual volumes are also available.

Proceedings of the 16th World Petroleum Congress,


Calgary, Canada, 11–15 June 2000
Based upon the theme of 'Petroleum for Global Development:
Networking People, Business and Technology to Create Value'.

Complete 5 volume set, including CD Rom


ISBN 978–0–85239–298–8 £600.00
Individual volumes are also available.

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Transport for Fuels Technology

Transport for Fuels Technology

EI publishing partnerships
Transport fuels technology
Essential source material for scientists and engineers
interested in transport fuel science and technology, as
well as librarians, information scientists, managers and
planners.

Transport Fuels Technology


Ed. Eric Goodger. Types, production, properties, testing,
handling and performance of conventional and
alternative fuels for road, rail, sea and air transport.
1st ed Oct 2000 ISBN 978–0–9520186–2–9 £40.00

TFT Update Service


Continuously updated and published on the EI website,
accessible to subscribers via a customer password or by
quarterly email delivery direct to your desktop. Delivers
carefully selected abstracts from worldwide literature,
including technical journals, conference proceedings,
special reports, books and databases. Bibliographic and
reference details are provided to assist with further study
where needed.
Annual subscription rate £195.00
(continuous access to current data online via EI website,
or four issues delivered by email).
EI Member rate £146.00.
To subscribe, e: lis@energyinst.org.uk

Correlated Papers for the period 2000 to 2004: an


extensive archive, available as a free pdf to anyone
subscribing to the TFT Update Service.

Transport fuelling update on alternatives NEW


Ed. Eric Goodger. The recent hikes in the price of fuels,
plus the sharpening focus on their finite nature, have led
to a resurgence of interest in their potential replacements.
The work that has been ongoing steadily within this area
for some years has identified several materials to either
supplement the conventional fuels, or substitute for them
completely.This publication outlines all the main contenders
in the alternative fuel scene, treating them in a particularly
readable and readily acceptable way. Tabulated and
plotted data compare the properties of representative
members of each group with those of the conventionals,
concluding with notes on recent developments and
applications, fully indexed with the relevant literature
sources.
£15.00

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EI publishing partnerships
Modern petroleum technology
Modern Petroleum Technology (MPT) is widely
recognised as the most authoritative, concise and
comprehensive overview of technical expertise employed
across the international oil and gas industry. MPT Online
makes this vital information electronically accessible to
analysts, strategists, lecturers and students, consultants,
legal and financial providers. The work is organised into
chapters covering Upstream and Downstream technology.
Upstream examines the different stages of the exploration
and production processes involved in the location and
extraction of raw materials including latest applications
employed in seismic technology and the production of
heavy oils. Downstream covers the process of refining, as
well as the production and supply of the end product,
from refineries to filling stations. MPT Online considers
both innovations in technology and the business and
environmental issues surrounding its practical application.
Written by leading international experts from industry
and academia, MPT Online explores the current challenges
and opportunities presented by new technology, enabling
everyone in industry – from chief executive to new recruit
– to stay in touch with developments within and outside
their own area of expertise.

MPT Online may be purchased via global or site license,


or as individual chapters covering topics as diverse as
geophysics, thermal cracking and crude oil processing.
For more information, visit www.energyinstpubs.org.uk
or e: sfm@energyinst.org.uk

MPT remains available in printed book form:


6th ed 2000 (2 vol set hbk) ISBN 978–0–471–98411–5 £395.00
Volumes are available for purchase individually
Volume 1, Upstream ISBN 978–0–470–85021–3 £195.00
Volume 2, Downstream ISBN 978–0–470–85022–0 £195.00

Climate change and emissions trading

Climate change and emissions trading


Published by CEAG. This 200-page book outlines the
organisations, mechanisms, procedures and legislative
background involved in the emissions market and
explains the scientific context. It discusses in detail both
the current status of the market for European
Allowances and its likely development in both fincancial
and operational terms. There are 9 appendices,
containing more detailed information, including an
extensive glossary and a summary of the 25 European
National Allocation Plans. For further details contact
Sarah Frost Mellor, e: sfm@energyinst.org.uk

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Climate change and emissions trading

The following titles are available at a special discount rate for EI

EI publishing partnerships
members. Contact Sarah Frost Mellor, e: sfm@energyinst.org.uk

Energy and Emissions Markets. Collision or Convergence?


Tom James and Peter Fusaro
As the world’s Energy markets continue to grow and
environmental standards such as the Kyoto Accord are
implemented, there is a growing need for professional
literature on these emerging markets. This comprehensive
books from two leading experts discusses the traditional
Energy trading markets and how they are impacted with
the complex emission trading schemes.
ISBN 0-470-82158-2 Sept 2006 Full price £80.00

Energy and Environmental Hedge Funds. The New Investment


Paradigm, Peter C. Fusaro and Gary M. Vasey
This timely and readable book covers the universe of
energy hedge funds by strategy and discusses the
significant opportunities that they are responding to not
just in energy and energy-related commodities but across
the energy industry in general including equities, debt,
assets, alternative energy, carbon & emissions trading,
‘green’ plays and arbitrage.
ISBN 0-470-82198-1 June 2006 Full price £80.00

Modeling and Forecasting Electricity Loads and Prices. A


Statistical Approach, Rafal Weron
A one-stop shop for anyone needing a comprehensive
introduction to this highly complex area of applied statistical
and financial research. This book presents a common
framework for modeling and forecasting two crucial
processes for energy companies: electricity loads and prices.
ISBN 0-470-05753-X Oct 2006 Full price £65.00

Spotlight on
Partnership Agreements
The signing of the Phoenix Agreement in 2006 marked a major step forward in the development
and standardization of petroleum measurement guidance. Under the agreement, the API
(American Petroleum Institute) and the EI will work together with the aim of producing joint
API/EI standards in all areas of petroleum measurement. In addition to the production of new
joint standards, existing standards already produced by both organisations will be combined as
they come up for review. Over the course of the next few years this process will lead to a single
set of standards for international use.
The International Standards Organisation (ISO) is the highest level standards body, representing
national standards organisations. Joint API/EI documents will be made available for adoption by
ISO, and ISO will be invited to propose development and revision work through the API/EI system.
By combining efforts and involving wide groups of international experts in the Joint Work Groups
it should be possible for ISO to accept joint API/EI documents for rapid adoption as ISO standards.
Companies can now be confident that in providing experts to participate in standards development
activities either via the API or the EI they will have direct and full access to a process leading to
joint documents for international use.
New partnerships were forged in 2006 between the EI and Croner for the provision of energy
management guidance. The EI looks forward to building on existing agreements and establishing
new partnerships across industry in the coming months.

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Library and information service

Library and information service (LIS)

The Energy Institute holds one of the most


comprehensive collections of published material on all
aspects of oil, gas and other energy industries which is
readily accessible in the UK. Contact the LIS team or see
the website for a list of charges.

Hours: 9.15am–5.00pm, Monday–Friday (exc Bank Holidays)


t: +44 (0)20 7467 7111/7113/7114/7115
f: +44 (0)20 7255 1472 e: lis@energyinst.org.uk

The library collection


• Directories
• Periodicals, Journals, Magazines
• Abstracts
• Annual Reports and House Journals
• Conference Proceedings (eg OTC)
• Books/pamphlets on all energy related subjects
• Standards
• Statistical publications
• CD–ROMs (eg Petroleum Abstracts)
• Library Services
• Loan of non–reference material to EI Members
• Reference facilities
• Photocopying service (visitors may do their own copying
by purchasing photocopy cards)
• Free internet access

Information Service
If you have a requirement for information on any aspect
of the energy industries contact the Library and Information
Service. Your query will be dealt with promptly and in
strict confidence. Each year the Department handles over
15,000 queries, ranging from very specific questions, which
may be answered immediately, to those requiring an
evaluative review of the information resources on a
particular subject.
Our services include:

On–line search – we have access to hundreds of


commercially available on–line databases via Dialog,
including those produced by the University of Tulsa (on
the upstream oil industry).

Quick queries – answered free (up to 5 minutes) eg address


and telephone numbers; petrol pump prices; statistics.

Extended research – eg for detailed information on


companies; statistics; oil industry operations.

EI Company Member directory


Member companies of the EI are listed with information
about their services, contact details, logo and hotlinks to
their website. Inclusion is free to all Company members.
Visit the EI website or contact Library and Information
Service for more information.

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EI journals

EI Member Consultants' list

Library and information service


Fully searchable electronic database, updated continually
and indexed by category, of over 300 consultants
specialising in approximately 200 categories serving the
international petroleum and energy industries. Available
free of charge on the EI website: www.energyinst.org.uk.
Inclusion in the Consultants' List is exclusive and free to
EI Members. Visit the EI website or contact Library and
Information Service for more information.

Energy Statistics – ENSTAT


EI Members can now logon to the EI publications
website, www.energyinstpubs.org.uk to view the online
Energy Statistics service, ENSTAT. It comprises of over 30
datasheets including useful information, fact–sheets,
addresses and statistics on the energy industry, particularly
focusing on electricity, wind, coal and nuclear energies.

Petroleum Statistics Service – PETSTAT


Subscribe to PETSTAT from just £80 a year and access
over thirty invaluable datasheets. CHOOSE TO RECEIVE
THE DATA VIA THE INTERNET, EMAIL, POST OR FAX. Data
includes:
• UK retail petrol prices, from 1902 to present day
• North Sea crude prices
• OPEC crude prices
• OPEC production and reserves
• Contact details for international oil and gas companies
• Contact details for UK leading petroleum companies
• World oil production
• UK taxation on petroleum products
• Deliveries in consumption for UK
• A selection of UK retail marketing companies

plus much more


For more information, please contact:
Catherine Hall, LIS Officer
Library and Information Service
t: +44 (0) 20 7467 7115
f: +44 (0) 20 7255 1472
e: lis@energyinst.org.uk

Sponsored by www.jhal.com

Education
A wide range of education resources for primary and secondary
schools can be found on the EI website, www.energyinst.org.uk

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EI Journals

EI Journals

Petroleum Review
Petroleum Review, a monthly journal, will help keep you
up–to–date and fully informed of the latest advances,
trends, changes and events throughout the international
oil and gas industry – upstream and downstream. The
magazine's long–established association with leading oil
companies and industry figures enables it to regularly
feature articles by and about key decision–makers. It
remains one of the few industry magazines to provide a
comprehensive overview of the oil and gas industry –
from seismic surveys to forecourt retailing. 12 issues per
annum, plus supplements.

UK subscriptions £230.00
Overseas subscriptions (Airmail) £390.00
Single copy sales £21.00

Retail Marketing Survey


Examines trends and issues driving the retail business.
Back issues are available.
Published annually in April. 48pp.
Free with Petroleum Review.

Energy World
Essential reading for everyone working or studying in
the field of energy, Energy World is a current affairs
magazine, published by the Energy Institute ten times a
year. Each issue is packed with news and information
covering a wide range of important areas, including:
industry news and developments; features on new
technology, business and people; diary of energy events;
training and careers information; recruitment opportunities;
Energy Institute news and events. 10 issues per annum
(double summer and Christmas issues) plus supplements.

UK subscriptions £150.00
Overseas subscriptions (Airmail) £250.00
Single copy sales £18.00

The Journal of the Energy Institute


An important source of up to the minute primary
information for engineers and scientists working in the
energy and fuel sectors. The Journal of the Energy
Institute contains information on advances in fuel and
energy technologies and features learned refereed
papers with a specific emphasis on the latest practical
developments. Universities, libraries, academics and those
actively engaged in energy and fuel technology will find
the Journal of the Energy Institute unique essential
reading. Quarterly.

For more information, contact Maney Publishing, Hudson


Road, Leeds, LS9 7DL UK.

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EI Journals

Fuel and Energy Abstracts

EI journals
Fuel and Energy Abstracts is an extensive resource for
busy researchers to keep up–to–date with new
developments in the energy field.

Published in association with the Energy Institute, each


issue of Fuel and Energy Abstracts comprises more than
800 abstracts from international publications, special
reports, monographs, conference proceedings, surveys
and statistical analyses, dealing with all scientific,
technical, economic and policy aspects of fuel and
energy.

The wide range of areas covered in Fuel and Energy


Abstracts includes solid fuels, liquid fuels, gaseous fuels,
fuel by–products, nuclear fuels, electrical power supply
and utilisation, alternative energy sources, hydrocarbons,
steam raising, combustion, engines, process heating,
power and incineration, refractories/ceramics, space
heating and cooling, heat pumps, environment, fuel
science and technology, energy, energy conversion and
recycling. For more information, contact Elsevier,
www.elsevier.com

Energy Institute Yearbook and Directory 2006


The annual Energy Institute Yearbook and Directory is a
highly regarded reference guide that provides
up–to–date information to help you manage, purchase
and control energy in your organisation. The 2006
edition gives you unrivalled coverage of the energy
industry, with editorial contributions from eminent
energy professionals featuring alongside a comprehensive
directory of over 1000 key suppliers of products and
services, training organisations, and consultants. Key
technical information, including conversion factors,
information on energy courses and details of Energy
Institute services are also included. Order your copy of
the Energy Institute Yearbook and Directory 2006 and
gain access to a wide range of potential customers,
suppliers and business partners.
£45.00
To order, please contact Energy Institute:
t: +44 (0)20 7467 7113. f: +44 (0)20 7255 1472
e: lis@energyinst.org.uk

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Energy management

Energy management

Croner's Energy Management


Published in association with the Energy
Institute, Croner's Energy Management is a
practical guide for those wishing to reduce their
energy costs and usage in a structured and
sustainable way.

Gaining management commitment, motivating


people within the organisation, implementing
practical measures and investing in the correct
schemes are all vital to an effective management
system. The publication explains how to
approach these issues and more. Background
information on technical topics such as heat loss
from buildings, lighting, refrigeration, CHP,
water systems and compressed air is provided, so
that problems can be identified and solved or
technical assistance sought.

There is information on aMandT; predicting


consumption; comparing energy use with
determining factors such as production or the
weather; carrying out surveys; comparing
consumption with benchmark information and
using checklists to identify energy saving
opportunities.

The product details current UK and EU


legislation relating to energy. It also covers the
schemes, grants, standards and guidance
available to help structure and fund energy
management activities.

The annual subscription will give you access to a


loose–leaf publication with two updates per
year, as well as a monthly newsletter which
keeps you up to date with energy news, hot
topics, practical articles and degree day data.
Price £275.00.

To order, please contact the Energy Institute:


t: +44 (020) 7467 7113; f: +44 (020) 7255 1472;
e: lis@energyinst.org.uk
Please quote promotion code UQ/P024729 on any orders.

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Ordering

How to order
How to order

Unless specified in the listings, the titles in this catalogue


are available from the EI's online publications website,
www.energyinstpubs.org.uk or from Portland Customer
Services, the EI's official distributor. Please check the notes
under the entry for the publication you require and send
your order to the appropriate address.

Energy Institute
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E&OE. Prices and information are correct at the


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Discounts for EI Members


Individual and Company members of the EI are
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Membership Number at the time the order is placed.

For further information on becoming a member


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Discounts for Booksellers and Agents


A 10% discount is available on most EI
publications from Portland Customer Services.
Please check at the time of ordering.

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Ordering
Environment Agency
Some EI publications are joint publications with the
Environment Agency (EA). Please contact the
EA for details of how to order:

Environment Agency
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American Petroleum Institute


A few American Petroleum Institute publications are
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address below:

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Registered No. 1097899. England

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Demonstrate your professionalism


The Energy Institute (EI) is the leading professional body for the energy industry, providing
opportunities for career development, learning and networking.

Supporting 12,500 individuals and 300 organisations internationally, the EI provides a


recognised community for those involved in all aspects of energy and an intellectual
reservoir of scientific and technical-based knowledge and learning for industry.

The EI has a membership grade for everyone, whatever your qualifications and experience.
You can join as an Affiliate in just a few minutes to gain advantage of member benefits
immediately.

Members of the EI enjoy a wide range of benefits, including:


• Free magazine subscription to Energy World or Petroleum Review, providing in-depth
coverage of the international energy industry and its’ developments and drivers
• Professional recognition and career development, offering higher levels of membership,
Chartered Engineer and Chartered Scientist registration, and more to enhance your
professionalism and reputation
• Discounts on EI publications, events and training courses
• Free access to the EI Library and Information Service
• Unrivalled peer networking opportunities, and membership of a local branch network

For more information please contact: Simon Price, Energy Institute,


61 New Cavendish Street, London W1G 7AR, UK
t: +44 (0)20 7467 7146 f: +44 (0)20 7467 7136
e: sprice@energyinst.org.uk

Or, join online today at www.energyinst.org.uk

Working with energy professionals…


…serving the global energy industry
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EI Technical
The Energy Institute is a leading provider of technical guidance and codes
of practice for the energy industry.

Through its technical programme, the EI works with its member companies,
wider industry and regulators to provide the energy industry with guidance
and good practice on all aspects of health, safety, environment, marketing,
aviation, test methods and hydrocarbon management.

EI Technical Partners include:

BG Group Maersk Oil

BHP Billiton Murphy Petroleum

BP Nexen

Chevron Saudi Aramco

ConocoPhillips Shell

ENI Statoil

ExxonMobil Talisman

Kuwait Aviation International Total

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