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The Subcommittee on Liquid Measurement (COLM) develops, approves and maintains standards dealing with the measurement of flowing hydrocarbon liquids, including:

  • Tank Calibration, MPMS Chapter 2
  • Tank Gauging, MPMS Chapter 3
  • Proving Systems, MPMS Chapter 4
  • Metering, MPMS Chapter 5
  • Metering Assemblies, MPMS Chapter 6
  • Calculation of Petroleum Quantities, MPMS Chapter 12
  • Statistical Aspects of Measuring and Sampling, MPMS Chapter 13 (Joint with
    COMQ)
  • Measurement by Weight, MPMS Chapter 16
  • Crude by Truck, MPMS Chapter 18
  • Flow Measurement—Electronic Liquid Measurement, MPMS Chapter 21.2
  • Testing Protocols—MPMS Chapter 22 (Joint with COGFM)

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COLM supports the API Downstream Department's Weight's and Measures Subcommittee.

 
 

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Ballot Information

  
ID4646
NameAPI MPMS Ch. 3.1A, 3rd Ed., August 2013, Reaffirmation
Start Date10/29/2018 12:00:00 AM
Closing Date12/12/2018 12:00:00 AM
AssociatePaula Watkins
CoordinatorPaula Watkins
ProposalAPI MPMS Ch. 3.1A, 3rd Ed., August 2013, Reaffirmation
StatusClosed
ResultsResolution Required
Comments ResolutionResolution Required

Ballot Summary
StatisticsOutcomeNote
Affirmative46 
Negative0 
Abstain4 
Did Not Vote23 
Total Responses50 
Total Ballots73 
Response Rate68.49%Must be > 50%
Approval Rate100.00%Must be > 67%
ConsensusYES 
 
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