Welcome to the home page for the CRE Subcommittee on Mechanical Equipment (SOME). The SOME develops and maintains a diverse set of mechanical equipment standards based on the fundamental tenets of safety, performance, and reliability. These standards address the purchaser's total life-cycle costs by specifying minimum design requirements and, where applicable, default criteria, while being flexible enough to meet the needs of a specific application.

This site offers information on upcoming meetings, provides reference documents, ballots, and draft for review. It also 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. Please view the SOME Invitation Flyer and the SOME Welcome Letter to learn how you can become involved in the work of the SOME.

Chair: Jeremy Cooper 

Vice-Chair: Ed Wilcox​


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

The next API Refining Meeting is the 2021 Fall Refining and Equipment Standards Meeting planned for November 15, 2020 to November 18, 2021, at the Hyatt Regency, Orlando, Florida.

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


Folder: SOME RecirculationSOME Recirculationbrownd@api.org
SOME  Flyer - Nov 2017.pdfSOME Flyer - Nov 2017brownd@api.org
SharePoint User Information.pdfSharePoint User Informationmensingt@api.org
 API Refining Meeting Information
 Calendar of Events


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Ballot Information
NameAPI RP 697, Pump Repairs, 1st edition - 5th Ballot
Start Date07/31/2020
Closing Date08/20/2020
AssociateDuane Brown
CoordinatorDuane Brown
ProposalTo approve API 697, Pump Repairs, 1st edition for publication. This ballot is limited to the items listed in the file marked "B5237-API-697-Partial-Ballot-item-1". Please note that any comments received that are outside of the scope of this ballot will be held for the 2nd edition revision.
ResultsIn Progress

Ballot Summary
Did Not Vote9 
Total Responses26 
Total Ballots35 
Response Rate74.29%Must be > 50%
Approval Rate100.00%Must be >= 66.67%
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