Measurement: Energy Institute (Institute of Petroleum) measurement papers
The Energy Institute, which is the new name for the Institute of Petroleum following its merger with the Institute of Energy, is a professional body which sets standards and confers professional status on its members. It issues papers and guidance to the petroleum industry covering all aspects of handling petroleum products from Health and Safety issues to the equipment which is used in the industry.
The two papers of most interest are -
- HM39 Petroleum Measurement Manual or a Guide to Recommend Measurement Practice for Compliance with the Requirements of HMC&E Notice 179, (previously referred to as PMP7) and
- Petroleum Measurement Paper ‘Code of Practice for the Proving of Loading Gantry Meters’, (previously referred to as PMP 4)
An electronic copy of HM39 is held for reference purposes by the Oils UoE.