the use of standards

What is TC 67?

ISO Technical Committee 67 harmonizes and manages worldwide standards regarding the oil & gas industry. Its purpose is to achieve (international) conformity of oil and gas products. Members of this committee are industry professionals, from many different countries, with different professional backgrounds. They all share a common interest in the developments within the industry regarding safety, uniformity and/or the international application of their products. Together, they work on reaching common grounds where possible.

More specifically, TC 67 develops standards regarding materials, equipment and offshore structures used in drilling, production, transport by pipelines and processing of liquid and gaseous hydrocarbons within the petroleum, petrochemical and natural gas industries. Excluded are aspects of offshore structures subject to IMO requirements (ISO/TC 8).

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For who?

This website provides information for all those interested in the technical developments within the oil & gas industry. ISO/TC 67 provides standards for a variety of stakeholders along the value chain. These standards encompass all facilities, equipment and operations within the upstream, midstream, downstream and petroleum, petrochemical and natural gas business categories. Usual stakeholders include, among others, operators, suppliers, contractors, drilling companies and regulators. You will find activities and documentation regarding standards development, adjustment and how to participate in these processes further on this website.

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Quicklinks

A shortlist of information, provided on both this website and the general ISO website

ISO/TC 67 Communiqué

ISO/TC 67 Communiqué Issue 2018-01

Related ISO pages

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Who develops ISO standards?

Related ISO/TC 67 pages

ISO/TC 67

Standards Catalogue ISO/TC 67

 

 
 

Want to get involved?

Standards are developed by the people who need them – that could mean you. Technical committees include experts from both standards and industry and these experts are put forward by ISO’s national members. If you want to help shape future standards in your field, contact your national member.