HM 60. Guidelines for the auditing of measurement systems for oil and gas streams

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  • Published: June 2019
  • REF/ISBN: 9781787250789
  • Edition: 2nd
  • Status: Current

This publication has been produced as a high level guideline on auditing for use by all of those involved in the measurement process in the upstream oil and gas industry.

Measurement system auditing is a critical activity for all operators producing hydrocarbons to ensure financial interests are protected and mitigate against commercial and reputational implications. An audit may be thought of as a technical review of a measurement system, by an independent body, against agreed criteria to ascertain if acceptable equipment, processes, procedures, management and personnel competency levels are in place.

These guidelines highlight the key areas of each of the activities an operator and auditor must consider when embarking on the auditing of a measurement system and cover all aspects of measurement system auditing.

Please also see HM 54. Guidelines for management of measurement for the upstream oil and gas industry.

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