HISTORICAL DOCUMENT. This NACE Standard establishes material requirements for resistance to sulfide stress cracking (SSC) in sour refinery process environments, i.e., environments that contain wet hydrogen sulfide (H2S). It is intended to be used by refineries, equipment manufacturers, engineering contractors, and construction contractors.
This NACE/EFC standard is considered as the basis for the cleaning, surface preparation, and application of paint and coating systems to Navy ships used in marine environments for New Build, and during Life Cycle maintenance and permanent repair. It is intended for use by naval corrosion control personnel, coating applicators, and coating manufacturers. It covers coating materials, coating test protocol and acceptance criteria, surface preparation, coating application, quality assurance and control, and repair methods. Its purpose is to facilitate more effective corrosion protection of Navy ships and support inter-operability requirements by presenting reliable information and providing guidelines for coating manufacturers and shipyards to develop more durable specifications.
This standard replaces NATO Allied Engineering Publication (AEP) 59.
This NACE Standard Practice aims to provide guidance for selection and application of Corrosion Inhibitors (CI) for upstream oil and gas processes conditions exposed to corrosive environments.
The application of effective Corrosion Inhibitors (CI) in Oil and Gas production is essential to enable long term use of carbon steel in corrosive production environments. These chemical CI products can be applied continuously, or on a Batch (BI) basis. The effectiveness of CIs(products) that are applied has to be assured for the range of conditions associated with the application and for the lifetime of the facility. The assurance is predominantly achieved through laboratory testing. However, field evaluation of CIs can be a significant part of the assurance process.
Erosion is defined by NACE International as “The progressive loss of material from a solid surface resulting from mechanical interaction between that surface and a fluid, a multicomponent fluid, or solid particles carried with the fluid.”
This SP provides guidance on internal erosion and erosion-corrosion management. Guidance is given for erosion and erosion-corrosion threat assessment/prediction, barrier selection, monitoring, inspection, risk assessment and data management. This SP covers mainly sand caused erosion. However, the guidance in this document can be used for other solid particles.
This SP is applicable to tubular products, e.g., tubing, pipelines, flowlines, risers, valves, and piping systems.
HISTORICAL DOCUMENT. This technical committee report describes the major thermal spray coatings used in the oil and gas production industry. These coatings include a variety of metallic, ceramic, and cermet materials applied as relatively thin overlays on metallic substrates (components). No attempt is made to be all-inclusive in the coverage of process variants.