With web-based safety training for E&P onshore operators, Crude Oil by Rail operators, Class A, B and C operators, and service station contractors, API WorkSafe proves that when we all work together to improve safety, everybody works safe.
The simple way to review, choose, order, track and pay for service station/convenience store maintenance, all while improving your bottom line. API eMaintenance is an online maintenance management solution that allows you to log, take action, track and report on all your maintenance requests.
API is committed to maintaining the highest level of confidence in its certification and/or licensing activities by providing impartial and objective assessments of its client’s management systems. This commitment is supported by processes that manage conflicts of interest, ensure personnel competence, maintain confidentiality of information while promoting openness, and enable communication with all stakeholders.
Since 1989, API’s Individual Certification Programs (ICP) have provided the petroleum and petrochemical industries with an independent and unbiased way to evaluate the knowledge and experience of technical and inspection personnel. These certification programs are based on the industry-developed standards that are recognized and used with confidence worldwide.
As part of the industry’s ongoing commitment to continuous process safety improvements, API, in collaboration with industry partners, has developed a Process Safety Site Assessment Program (PSSAP). This program will primarily involve the assessment of a site’s process safety systems by independent, credible, third party teams of industry-qualified process safety expert assessors.
API’s Engine Oil Licensing and Certification System (EOLCS) is a voluntary licensing and certification program that authorizes engine oil marketers that meet specified requirements to use the API Engine Oil Quality Marks. Launched in 1993, API’s Engine Oil Program is a cooperative effort between the oil and additive industries and vehicle and engine manufacturers Ford, General Motors, and Fiat Chrysler and those represented by the Japan...
Today, cars and trucks and other applications using diesel engines sold in the United States must meet stringent U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) emissions requirements. To meet these requirements, many diesel engine manufacturers use Selective Catalytic Reduction (SCR), an emissions aftertreatment technology that converts nitrogen oxides (NOx) in the diesel-engine exhaust stream into nitrogen and water vapor, two natural components in the...
Marine DEF, or AUS 40, is an aqueous high-purity urea solution at a concentration of 40% that is needed to operate converters with SCR in applications with large combustion engines. As the name implies, Marine DEF is used in many marine applications but is increasingly used in rail and other land-based applications.
The Center for Offshore Safety (COS) is an industry sponsored organization focused exclusively on offshore safety. The Center serves the US offshore oil & gas industry with the purpose of adopting standards of excellence to ensure continuous improvement in safety and offshore operational integrity.