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 Subcommittee Scope

Welcome to the home page for the CRE Subcommittee on Piping and Valves (SCOPV). This site offers information on upcoming meetings, allows questions to be posted for the upcoming roundtable discussions and provides information on the status of standards and due dates. Rosters are posted for information and use among the subcommittee and should not be distributed outside of the committee members.

Task Force Members  - posted in the Subcommittee Documents section.

Standards Status and Schedule  - posted in the Subcommittee Documents section.  


Thank you for attending the API 2021 Spring Refining and Equipment Standards Meeting. 

The next API Refining Meeting is the 2021 Fall Refining and Equipment Standards Meeting planned for November 15, 2021 to November 18, 2021, at the Hyatt Regency, Orlando, Florida.

Click on “Calendar of Events" under Links for meeting logistics and other information.

https://www.api.org/products-and-services/events/calendar 

 

 

 

  
  
  
Folder: 2013 Fall Agenda2013 Fall Agendabrownd@api.org
API Blank Record of Meeting Attendance Form.docAPI Blank Record of Meeting Attendance FormLynchN@api.org
 
 
  
  
  
API Agenda GGC Valves Spring 2018.docxAPI Agenda GGC Valves Spring 2018metter@marathonpetroleum.com
  
  
  
VOTING RULES.docxVOTING RULESrickdm@uwalumni.com
CRE SRRR Form Rev 1.docCRE SRRR Form Rev 1brownd@api.org
SharePoint User Information.pdfSharePoint User Informationmensingt@api.org
 Reference Documents
 Calendar of Events
 API Refining Meeting Information
 

 Ballots

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Ballot Information
  
ID5520
NameFirst Ballot, API 622 Addendum 1
Start Date06/18/2021
Closing Date08/06/2021
AssociateDiana Escudero
CoordinatorDiana Escudero
ProposalFirst Ballot, API 622 Addendum 1
StatusClosed
ResultsIn Progress

Ballot Summary
StatisticsOutcomeNote
Affirmative22 
Negative4 
Abstain0 
Did Not Vote19 
Total Responses26 
Total Ballots45 
Response Rate57.78%Must be > 50%
Approval Rate84.62%Must be >= 66.67%
ConsensusYES 
 
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