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  • 1. STD.API/PETRO PUBL 2376-ENGL L99B = 0732290 ObObLBS 237 American Petroleum Institute 1997 Summary of U.S. Occupational Injuries, Illnesses, and Fatalities in the Petroleum Industry As Reported to the American Petroleum Institute Covering U.S. Petroleum and Petrochemical Operations of Reporting Companies for 1997 API Publication 2376 April 1998 --``,``,,,``````,,``,`,,,`,``,-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`---COPYRIGHT 2003; American Petroleum Institute Document provided by IHS Licensee=Shell Services International B.V./5924979112, User=, 05/20/2003 18:08:58 MDT Questions or comments about this message: please call the Document Policy Management Group at 1-800-451-1584.
  • 2. e@- Environmentalfor Todays Strategies Partnership One of the most significant long-term trcnds affecting the future vitality of the petroleum industry is t h e pu b I ic s concerns a bou t t h e en v iron ni en t . Re cogt i i z i iig this trend . API me in ber c om pa t i ¡es have developed a positive, forward looking strategy called STEP: Strategies for Todays Envircinnicntal Partnership. This program aims to address public concerns by impr»,ing industrys environmental. hcalth and safety performance; documcnting performance improvements: and communicating them to the public. The foundation of STEP is the API Environmental Mission and Guiding Environmental Principles. API standards, by promoting the use of sound engineering and operational practices. are an important means of implementing APIs STEP program. API ENVIRONMENTAL MISSION AND GUIDING ENVIRONMENTAL PRINCIPLES Thc memhcrs of the American Petroleum Institutc are dedicated to continuous efforts t o irnprovc the compatibility of our operations with the environnient while economically de,cloping energy resources and supplying high quality products and scrvices to consumers. The members recogni/.e the importance ofeflïciently meeting societys needs and our responsibility L O work with the public. the government, a n d others to develop and to use natural resources in an cn.ironrrientally sound manner while protecting the health and safety o f our employees and the public. To incet these responsibilities, API riicmbers pledge to manage our businesses according t o these principles: To recogni/.c and to respond t o community concerns about our raw materiiils. products and operations. ?o operate our plants and facilities. and t o handle our raw iniiterials and products in a iiianner- that protects the cnvironrncnt, and the safcty and health of our eniployees and the public. T o make safety, health and environmental considerations n priority in our planning. and our development o f new products and processes. To advise promptly appropriate officials. employees. customers and the public of information on significant industry-related safety. health Lind en.ironrnental hamrds. aiid to recommend protective measures. To counsel customers, transporters and others i n the snf: use. transportation and disposal of our raw materials, products and waste materials. To economically develop and produce natural resources and to conserve those resources by using energy cfficicntly. To extend knowledge by conducting our supporting research on thc safety. health and environmcntal eftects of our raw materials. products. processes and waste materials. To commit to reduce ovcrall emissions and waste generation To work with others to resolve problems created by handling and disposal of hazardous substances from our operations. To participate with government and others i n creating responsible laws. regulations and standards to safeguard the cornmunity. w»rkplace and en ironincnt. To promote these principles and practices by sharing experiences and offcring assistance to others who produce. handle, use. transport or dispose of similar raw materials. petroleum products and wastes. --``,``,,,``````,,``,`,,,`,``,-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`---COPYRIGHT 2003; American Petroleum Institute Document provided by IHS Licensee=Shell Services International B.V./5924979112, User=, 05/20/2003 18:08:58 MDT Questions or comments about this message: please call the Document Policy Management Group at 1-800-451-1584.
  • 3. STDmAPI/PETRO PUBL 2376-ENGL 1778 0732270 ObObL7L 775 W American Petroleum Institute 1997 Summary of US. Occupational Injuries, Illnesses, and Fatalities In the Petroleum Industry --``,``,,,``````,,``,`,,,`,``,-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`--- As Reported to the American Petroleum Institute Covering US. Petroleum and Petrochemical Operations of Reporting Companies for 1997 Prepared for the Health and Environmental Affairs Department by the Finance, Accounting and Statistics Department API Publication 2376 April 1998COPYRIGHT 2003; American Petroleum Institute Document provided by IHS Licensee=Shell Services International B.V./5924979112, User=, 05/20/2003 18:08:58 MDT Questions or comments about this message: please call the Document Policy Management Group at 1-800-451-1584.
  • 4. ~~ ~ STD.API/PETRO PUBL 2 3 7 b - E N G L 1998 W 0732290 O b O b L 9 2 8 2 1 SPECIAL NOTES API publications necessarily address problems of a general nature. With respect to particular circumstances, local, state, and federai laws and regulations should be reviewed. API is not undertaking to meet the duties of employers, manufacturers, or suppliers to warn and properly train and equip their employees, and others exposed, concerning health and safety risks and precautions, nor undertaking their obligations under local, state, or federai laws. Information concerning safety and health risks and proper precautions with respect to particular materials and conditions should be obtained from the employer, the manufacturer or supplier of that material, or the material safety data sheet. Nothing contained in any API publication is to be construed as granting any right, by implication or otherwise, for the manufacture, sale, or use of any method, apparatus, or product covered by letters patent. Neither should anyrhing contained in the publication be construed as insuring anyone against liability for infringement of letters patent. A cataiog of API publications and materials is published annually and updated quarterly by API, 1220L Street, NW, Washington, D.C.20005. Questions concerning the content of this publication should be directed in writing to the director of the Authoring Department (shown on the title page of this document), American Petroleum Institute, 1220 L Street, NW, Washington, D.C. 20005. Requests for permission to reproduce or translate all or any part of the material published herein should also be addressed to the director. All rights reserved. N o part of this work may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system or transmitted by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without prior written permission fiom the publisher. Contact the Publisher, API Publishing Services, 1220 L Street, hW, Washington,D.C. 20005. Copyright O 1998 American Petroleum institute --``,``,,,``````,,``,`,,,`,``,-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`---COPYRIGHT 2003; American Petroleum Institute Document provided by IHS Licensee=Shell Services International B.V./5924979112, User=, 05/20/2003 18:08:58 MDT Questions or comments about this message: please call the Document Policy Management Group at 1-800-451-1584.
  • 5. ~ S T D * A P I / P E T R O PUBL 237b-ENGL 1998 0732290 ObOb393 768 FOREWORD API publications may be used by anyone desiring to d o so. Every effort has been made by the institute to assure the accuracy and reliability of the data contained in them; however, the institute makes no representation, warranty, or guarantee in connection with this publication and hereby expressly disclaims any liability or responsibility for loss or damage resulting from its use or for the violation of any federal, state, or municipal regulation with which this publication may conflict. Sugsested revisions are invited and should be submitted to the director of the Health and Environmental Affairs Department, American Petroleum Institute, i 220 L Street, N.W., --``,``,,,``````,,``,`,,,`,``,-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`--- Washington, D.C. 20005.COPYRIGHT 2003; American Petroleum Institute Document provided by IHS Licensee=Shell Services International B.V./5924979112, User=, 05/20/2003 18:08:58 MDT Questions or comments about this message: please call the Document Policy Management Group at 1-800-451-1584.
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STD*API/PETRO PUBL 2 3 7 6 - E N G L 1998 = 0732290 0606394 b T 4 Table of Contents page SUMMARY ................................................................................................................................................................... 1 Industry Totals (Including Offshore Activities) by Function........................................................................... 3 Industry Offshore Totals.................................................................................................................................. 4 COMPANY INFORMATION (Total) r" All Functions ................................................................................................................................................... 5 Exploration ....................................................................................................... ...................................... 10 Production .................. ............................................................................................................................. 11 Exploration and Produ n-Not Separated .......... ................................................................................. 12 Gas Processing ............................................................................................................................................... 13 Drilling .......................................................................................................................................................... 14 Petrochemical Manufacturing........................................................................................................................ 15 Refining ......................................................................................................................................................... 16 Marketing-Wholesale ....................................................................................... ...................................... 18 Marketing-Retail .... ........................................................................................................... ........... 19 Marketins-Not Separated............................................................................................................................ 20 Pipeline-Liquid ......... ........................................................................................................................... 21 Pipeline-Gas ................................................................................................................................................ 24 Pipeline-Not Separated .......................................................................................................... Marine-Tan ker ....................................................................................................................... Marine-Inland ............................................................................................................................................. 25 Marine-Not Separated....... .................................................................................................................... 25 Research & Development.... .................................................................................................................... 26 General Services .... ................................................................................................................................... 27 Administration, Engineering and Other ......................................................................................................... 28 COMPANY INFORMATION (Offshore) All Functions ................................................................................................................................................. 30 Offshore Exploration ......... ...................................................................................................................... 31 Offshore Production ...................................................................................................................................... 31 Offshore Drilling ......................... ................................................................................................................. ~ 31 Combinations of Above-Not Separated ...................................................................................................... 32 FATALITIES summary ........................................................................................................................................................ 33 Fatalities ........................................................................................................................................................ 34 APPENDICES Appendix A: Participating Companies (Alphabetically)................................................................................ 36 Appendix B: Participating Companies (Numerically) ................................................................................... 40 Appendix C : Shift Information for Offshore Employees ............................................................................... 43 --``,``,,,``````,,``,`,,,`,``,-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`---COPYRIGHT 2003; American Petroleum Institute Document provided by IHS Licensee=Shell Services International B.V./5924979112, User=, 05/20/2003 18:08:58 MDT Questions or comments about this message: please call the Document Policy Management Group at 1-800-451-1584.
  • 7. ~ S T D = A P I / P E T R O PUBL 237b-ENGL 1998 0732290 0606395 5 3 0 REPORTED U.S. OCCUPATIONAL INJURIES, ILLNESSES, AND FATALITIES IN THE PETROLEUM INDUSTRY: 1997 SUMMARY This report is an aggregate of data submitted to the American Petroleum Institute ( M I ) by 139 oil and gas companies (including 1 1 subsidiaries), employing 23 1,332 persons with a total work experience of 470 million hours during 1997. In 1996,140 companies reported 228,209 employees with a work experience of 463 million hours. Individual company participation vanes from year to year, yet 95 companies, representing 92 percent of the number of employees and 92 percent of the number of hours worked in 1997 had responded to this survey for the past 2 years. In 1997, the Total Case Incidence Rate was 1.95, compared to 2.13 for 1996. This rate is the number of total recordable cases per 200,000 hours worked, or approximately the number of cases per 100 full-time workers per year. The Fatal Plus Days Away From Work Incidence Rate for 1997 was .48 per 200,000 hours worked-or one case for every 208 employees, improving slightly from S O for 1996-or one case for every 200 employees. Safety among reporting companies continues to improve, as shown in the figure below. Since 1986, the Total Case Incidence Rate and Fatal plus Days Away from Work Incidence Rate have improved an average of 4.9 and 6.8 percent per year, respectively. Reported U S OccupationalInjuries, Illnesses, and Fatalities in the Petroleum Industry .. 4.00 E r" 3.00 8 - 6 c 3 . 2.00 O 0.00 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 -Total Case Incidence Rate - Fatal plus Days Away from Work Cases --``,``,,,``````,,``,`,,,`,``,-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`---COPYRIGHT 2003; American Petroleum Institute Document provided by IHS Licensee=Shell Services International B.V./5924979112, User=, 05/20/2003 18:08:58 MDT Questions or comments about this message: please call the Document Policy Management Group at 1-800-451-1584.
  • 8. The Survey Company participation in the API annual statistical survey is voluntary. Participants were aske submit data according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) Recordkeeping Guidelines for Occupations Injuries and Illnesses, September 1986 edition. Therefore, this report provides inci rates per 200,000 hours worked on the same basis as those reported by BLS. It should be noted, I Er, that this report covers company employees only; contract worker safety statistics are not includec Significant differences exist among companies regarding return-to-work policies and practices, i.t returning injured or ill employees to restricted activity if they are unable to perform normal job ac 5 and as part of their recoveries. Therefore, use of the Fatal plus Days Away From Work incidence 1. alone to judge and compare company safety performance is not recommended. The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) publishes employment figures for different sectors of the petroleum industry. The following table shows the number of full-time employees given in this AP report and the comparative total employment figures published by BLS. These figures can be uset calculate the API survey representation rate. - - Employment in the Petroleum Industry E&P and Drilling Refining and Gas Processing Oil Pipelines Total Marketing BLS 320. i 96.8 14.3 835.4 --``,``,,,``````,,``,`,,,`,``,-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`--- API 41.4 47.8 11.8 60.8 API Representation Rate 13% 49% 83% 7% Emplojmenrfigures are in thousunds. 1997 BLsfigures are current as o FebruaT 1998. f Caution should be used, however, when interpreting these representation rates. As mentioned above, the API survey is limited to company employees while the BLS has a more inclusive definition of employment (the BLS includes contract workers). Of the 139 companies that responded, 85 agreed to have their company data published individually. However, the total listed for each function is the total for all reporting companies-not just the sum of the individual companies appearing in that section of the report. Additional copies of this report may be obtained by contacting the API Publications and Distribution Department at (202) 682-8375. This publication is also available on API’s electronic bulletin board, ACCESS*API. For subscription information call (202) 682-85 1 i .COPYRIGHT 2003; American Petroleum Institute 2 Document provided by IHS Licensee=Shell Services International B.V./5924979112, User=, 05/20/2003 18:08:58 MDT Questions or comments about this message: please call the Document Policy Management Group at 1-800-451-1584.
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  • 39. 1997Summary of On-DutyFatal Injuries in the Petroleum Industry-1997 As Reported to the American Petroleum Institute Summary of Fatal Injuries in the Petroleum Industry as Reported to the American Petroleum Institute for 1997 One hundred and thirty-nine oil and gas companies and their subsidiaries, employing 23 1,332 workers reported 5 on-duty fatal accidents during 1997. This is equivalent to one fatality for every 46,266 workers employed. Comparatively, in 1996, the industry experienced one fatality for every 32,601 employees. The graph below shows the number of fatalities reported in this publication for the last 12 years. Reported US. Occupational Fatalities i the Petroleum Industry n m a .- c ( 40 4 Y 2 30 w O Li 20 a P 5 10 --``,``,,,``````,,``,`,,,`,``,-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`--- 2 O 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 The change in the number of employees represented by this survey every year accounts for some of the variation in the data. Therefore, the following graph shows the fatality rate for the past 12 years. However, as with any data, the factors that cause variations over time can also be cyclical, seasonal, trend, or irregular (random). Any combination of these factors can further cloud any visual interpretation of the data. Because this is annual data, cyclical and seasonal variations may be discounted. By calculating a moving average2for each year, we can smooth-out the effect of irregular variations and thus observe a trend. The trend in the rate of fatalities in the petroleum industry continues to improve as is shown below by the five-year moving average line. Reported U.S. Occupational Fatality Rates in the Petroleum Industry (per 100,000 Employees) 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 0Fatality Rate +Five-Year Moving Average Fatality rate = (number of fatalities*l00,000)/number employees. of This is the number of fatalities per 100,000employees. A five-year moving average for a given year is the average of that year and the 4 preceding years. For example, the 5-year moving average for 1990, using rounded numbers, shown on the graph equals (4+17+10+8+5)/5=8.8.COPYRIGHT 2003; American Petroleum Institute 33 Document provided by IHS Licensee=Shell Services International B.V./5924979112, User=, 05/20/2003 18:08:58 MDT Questions or comments about this message: please call the Document Policy Management Group at 1-800-451-1584.
  • 40. ~___________~ S T D - A P I I P E T R O PUBL 2376-ENGL 1998 = 0732290 Ob06228 807 1997-Summary of On-Duty Fatal Iq-uriesin the Petroleum Industry-1997 As Reported to the American Petroleum Institute FATALITIES Four companies reported experiencing at least one fatality during 1997. Each of them submitted detailed information on the circumstances surrounding the five on-duty fatalities reported to API. API has published information provided by member companies on fatal accidents in the petroleum industry since 1933. Each incident is described in a brief narrative and is intended to provide information that could be used to avoid the occurrence of similar accidents in the future. REFINING 01/2 1/97 -Fire and Explosion At approximately 7:41 p.m. on January 21, 1997, a pipe ruptured at a hydrocracker unit which caused an explosion and fire. This incident caused the fatality of a hydrocracker operator and forty-six minor injuries were reported by other employees and contractors in the days following the incident. No significant off-site impacts were reported.’ The pipe ruptured as a result of being subjected to excessively high temperature and not being properly depressured, per emergency procedures. Cause for the excessive temperature was a very high rapid temperature excursion4 which started in catalyst bed 4 of Reactor 3 in Stage 2 of the hydrocracker. Although, no single or conclusive cause for the temperature excursion could be determined after the explosion, all possible causes for the temperature excursion were identified. Possible reasons identified for the temperature excursion include: spontaneous formation of a “hot spot” in bed 4;the flow characteristics of fluids in bed 4; or the possibility of uneven liquid distribution within the bed. A contributing cause for the pipe rupture was that the operators did not depressure the unit as specified in emergency procedures for safely controlling temperature excursions. Reasons for the operators not depressuring the unit include: the incident occurred very rapidly and was outside previous experiences; they did not believe the control room temperature indicators; and they were confused and distracted by process information which was inconsistent with past temperature excursion experiences. --``,``,,,``````,,``,`,,,`,``,-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`--- Corrective actions were identified to respond to the possible causes for the reactor temperature excursion. These actions include installation of new controls which will automatically depressure the unit in the event of a future high temperature excursion, and retraining of operations personnel. This report summarizes the results of a 3 month refinery investigation into the causes of this incident. The first section of the report describes the investigation procedure. The next several sections describe the physical design and operation of the hydrocracker unit, as well as its control system, operational history, operator staffing and training, and the events leading up to the incident itself. The last section of the report presents conclusions and recommendations based on the investigation results. ’ Details of the emergency response and notifications at the time of the incident are contained in the 73-hour report made by the company to the county Depanment of Health Services. A temperature excursion is an episode in which temperatures deviate outside of a n o m l operating range.COPYRIGHT 2003; American Petroleum Institute 34 Document provided by IHS Licensee=Shell Services International B.V./5924979112, User=, 05/20/2003 18:08:58 MDT Questions or comments about this message: please call the Document Policy Management Group at 1-800-451-1584.
  • 41. 19974ummary of On-Duty Fatal Injuries i the Petroleum Industry-1997 n As Reported to the American Petroleum Institute 06/20/97 -Drowning At approximately 3: 15 a.m. an employee fell into the water at an asphalt facility wharf and subsequently died. There were no witnesses. No other incidents of this kind are known to have occurred previously at the facility. Because there were no witnesses, the team was unable to ascertain what happened. It appears, however, that our employee lost his balance, tripped or stumbled and fell into the water. He was not wearing a personal flotation device. Shortly, before, our employee and a crewmember of the barge had finished tying the barge up to the wharf. Our employee told the crewman he was going to walk south to Berth 3 at the wharf to assist in tying up the second barge just arriving. The two parted company, the crewman moving forward (north) on the barge to perform some checks before loading cargo and the employee going south toward Berth 3. --``,``,,,``````,,``,`,,,`,``,-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`--- A short while later the crewman heard a noise, noticed our employee was not visible and began walking aft on the barge to investigate. When he reached the Berth 4 loading manifold area he saw our employee in the water between the wharf and the barge and went to get assistance. Our employee was pulled from the water but emergency medical personnel were unable to revive him. The employee was not wearing a personal flotation device (PFD). Given the nature of his work activity and the water hazard he should have been wearing a PFD. MARKETING RETAIL 05/20/97 -Motor Vehicle Accident An employee was working at a terminal installing computer equipment and was returning at 9:25 p.m. on May 20, 1997 he was involved in a motor vehicle accident and subsequently died from injuries sustained. Our employee was traveling north on Interstate 5 when a tractor trailer truck traveling South on 1-5 performed an illegal U-turn through the median onto the northbound 1-5. At the time of impact the tractor trailer was perpendicular to northbound traffic flow. Our employee hit the truck broadside at a full rate of speed. The tractor trailer had none of the legally required side reflectors, this area of the freeway is not lit, the truck was not visible. The truck driver was cited for causing this incident with a combination of an illegal U-turn and insufficient lighting on his truck. 05/3 1/97 - Murder An employee was shot by an ex-employee. The employee died at the scene. The assailant then committed suicide. Motive of the assailant is unknown. PIPELINE LIQUID 06/16/97 -Struck By An Unknown Object An employee was mowing grass with a tractor when he was struck by an unknown object which lodged behind his left knee. The object could not be removed surgically and caused a blood clot and heart attack ten (10) days later. Source of the object is unknown, but it did not come from the mowing operation. Additional protective equipment was recommended by the investigation.COPYRIGHT 2003; American Petroleum Institute 35 Document provided by IHS Licensee=Shell Services International B.V./5924979112, User=, 05/20/2003 18:08:58 MDT Questions or comments about this message: please call the Document Policy Management Group at 1-800-451-1584.
  • 42. - STD.API/PETRO PUBL 2376-ENGL 1998 m 0732290 OhOb230 4b5 m 1997 Occupational, Injuries, Illnesses, and Fatalities in the Petroleum Industry Appendix A Participating Companies Alpha Listing (list includes ID only for companies that agreed to have their numbers published individually) (ID greater than 90000 represents a subsidiary of a large company. Subsidiary numbers are not included in totals) Company ID Company Name 14 ARCO 10621 All American Pipeline Company 233 Alyeska Pipeline Service Company Amerada Hess Corporation American Refining Group Inc. 106 Amoco Corporation 90106 Ammo Pipeline Company 20038 Anadarko Petroleum Corporation 20037 Anschutz Ranch East Pipeline Inc. 13 Ashland Inc. 90013 Ashland Pipeline BHP Petroleum (Americas) Inc. 10001 BP America 90001 B P Oil Pipeline Company 10712 BWOCInc. 99421 Badger Pipeline Company Big West OiVFlying J Inc. 17 Buckeye Pipe Line Company Burlington Resources Inc. 10703 Butte Pipe Line Company 10421 CITGO Petroleum Corporation 90421 CITGO Pipeline Company 93421 CITGO Products Pipeline Company 19 Cabot Oil ¿k G s Corporation a 10015 Calnev Pipe Line Company --``,``,,,``````,,``,`,,,`,``,-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`--- Carnegie Natural G s Company a Cenex Pipeline Company 10014 Central Florida Pipeline Corporation 10203 Charles B. Wilson Jr. Inc. 30103 Chennac Energy Corporation 24 Chevron Corporation 90024 Chevron Pipe Line Company 118 Chicap Pipeline Ciniza Pipe Line Company Clearfield Energy Inc. 10403 Collins Pipeline Company 29 Colonial Pipeline CompanyCOPYRIGHT 2003; American Petroleum Institute 36 provided by IHS Licensee=Shell Services International B.V./5924979112, Document User=, 05/20/2003 18:08:58 MDT Questions or comments about this message: please call the Document Policy Management Group at 1-800-451-1584.
  • 43. S T D * A P I / P E T R O PUBL 2376-ENGL 1998 m 0732290 0bOb23L 3 T L 1997 Occupational, Injuries, Illnesses, and Fatalities in the Petroleum Industry Appendix A Participating Companies Alpha Listing (list includes ID only for companies that agreed to have their numbers published individually) (ID greater than 90000 represents a subsidiary of a large company. Subsidiary numbers are not included in totals) Company ID Company Name 31 Columbia Energy Group 32 Conoco Inc. Consumer Gasoline Stations Inc. 33 Cook Inlet Pipe Line Company 10546 Cross Oil Refining & Marketing Inc. Dearing Inc. Devon Energy Corporation Dixie Pipeline Company 260 Dome Pipeline Corporation EEC Inc. ERGON Inc. Eberly & Meade Inc. EnergyPro Inc. 10620 Enterprise Products Company 20111 Ewing Bank Pipeline Company Excalibur Exploration 38 Explorer Pipeline Company 41 Exxon Company U.S.A. 43 Farmland Industries Inc. 11 Fina Oil & Chemical Company Fina Oil & ChemicaVPipeline H & C Oil Operating Inc. Hanley Petroleum Inc. Heartland Exploration Inc. Hellman Properties LLC 20032 Howell Petroleum Corporation Hunt Oil Company Jack L. Phillips Jacobus Company James K. Anderson Inc. Justiss Oil Company Inc. Kaneb Pipe Line Company 57 Kentucky Hydrocarbon 58 Kerr-McGee O&G 10570 LOOP LLC 60 Lakehead Pipe Line Company Inc. 10092 Lone Mountain Production Company --``,``,,,``````,,``,`,,,`,``,-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`--- 37COPYRIGHT 2003; American Petroleum Institute Document provided by IHS Licensee=Shell Services International B.V./5924979112, User=, 05/20/2003 18:08:58 MDT Questions or comments about this message: please call the Document Policy Management Group at 1-800-451-1584.
  • 44. ~~ STD.API/PETRO PUBL 237b-ENGL L q q B 0732290 Ob06232 238 1997 Occupational, Injuries, Illnesses, and Fatalities in the Petroleum Industry Appendix A Participating Companies Alpha Listing (list includes ID only for companies that agreed to have their numbers published individually) (ID greater than 90000 represents a subsidiary of a large company. Subsidiary numbers are not included in totals) --``,``,,,``````,,``,`,,,`,``,-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`--- Company ID Company Name 10626 Lyondell Citgo Refining Company M. D. Abel Company Mack Energy Corporation 65 Marathon Oil Company 90065 Marathon Pipe Line Company McGowan Working Partners 10622 Mid-America Pipeline Company Miller Oil Company Mitchell Energy Corporation 10420 Mobil Oil Corporation Mobil Pipeline 10636 Mustang Fuel Corporation 10575 National Cooperative Refinery Association Navajo Refining Co Pipeline Division 27 Occidental Oil & Gas Corporation 10532 Oiltanking Houston Inc. 10544 Olympic Pipe Line Company O y Energy Company rx 10710 Paramount Petroleum Corporation Patina Oil & Gas Corporation 10586 Pennzoil Company 90 Phillips Petroleum Company Placid Refining Company 91 Plantation Pipe Line Company 20124 Pogo Producing Company 93 Portland Pipe Line Corporation Precision Operating Inc. 74 Questar Pipeline Company 20050 Razorback Pipeline Company Royal Petroleum Corporation Santa Fe Energy Resources 239 Santa Fe Pacific Pipeline Partners Seadrift Pipeline Company 10713 Seagull Energy Corporation 10560 Shakespeare Oil Company Inc. 99 Shell Oil Company 90099 Shell Pipe Line CompanyCOPYRIGHT 2003; American Petroleum Institute 38 provided by IHS Licensee=Shell Services International B.V./5924979112, Document User=, 05/20/2003 18:08:58 MDT Questions or comments about this message: please call the Document Policy Management Group at 1-800-451-1584.
  • 45. STD.API/PETRO PUBL 2 3 7 6 - E N G L 1998 0 7 3 2 2 9 0 Ob06233 174 1997 Occupational, Injuries, Illnesses, and Fatalities in t h e Petroleum Industry Appendix A Participating Companies Alpha Listing (list includes ID only for companies that agreed to have their numbers published individually) (ID greater than 90000 represents a subsidiary of a large company. Subsidiary numbers are not included in totals) Company ID Company Name 10514 Shepler & Thomas Inc. Somerset Refinery 10651 Southland Oil Co - Lumberton 10650 Southland Oil Co - Sandersville 10652 Southland Oil Co - Vicksburg Stokes Production 10714 TEPPCO 261 TEPSCOmellepsen Pipeline Services Company --``,``,,,``````,,``,`,,,`,``,-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`--- 109 Texaco Inc. Three B Oil Company 20016 Thums Long Beach Company Tipperary Oil & Gas Corporation 139 Tosco Refining Company 242 Trans Mountain Oil Pipe Line 30101 TransMontaigne Pipeline Inc. Tripledee Drilling Company UOP Inc. 10573 Union Pacific Resources Union Texas Petrochemicals 20029 United Refining Company 10716 Valero Refining Company Venada National Walter Duncan Inc. 10204 Weal Drilling Company Inc. Westico Energy Company 126 Williams Pipe Line Company 30111 Wynnewood Refining Company Wyoming Pipeline CompanyCOPYRIGHT 2003; American Petroleum Institute 39Document provided by IHS Licensee=Shell Services International B.V./5924979112, User=, 05/20/2003 18:08:58 MDT Questions or comments about this message: please call the Document Policy Management Group at 1-800-451-1584.
  • 46. S T D - A P I / P E T R O PUBL 2376-ENGL 3998 0732290 0606234 O00 W 1997 Occupational, Injuries, Illnesses, and Fatalities in the Petroleum Industry Appendix B Participating Companies Numeric Listing ( k t includes only companies that agreed to have their numbers published individually) (ID greater than 90000 represents a subsidiary of a large company. Subsidiary numbers are not included in totais) Company ID Company Name 11 Fina Oil & Chemical Company 13 Ashland Inc. 14 ARCO 17 Buckeye Pipe Line Company 19 Cabot Oil & G s Corporation a 24 Chevron Corporation 27 Occidental Oil & Gas Corporation 29 Colonial Pipeline Company 31 Columbia Energy Group 32 Conoco Inc. 33 Cook Inlet Pipe Line Company 38 Explorer Pipeline Company 41 Exxon Company U.S.A. 43 Farmland Industries Inc. 57 Kentucky Hydrocarbon 58 Kerr-McGee O&G 60 Lakehead Pipe Line Company Inc. 65 Marathon Oil Company 74 Questar Pipeline Company 90 Phillips Petroleum Company 91 Plantation Pipe Line Company 93 Portland Pipe Line Corporation 99 Shell Oil Company 106 Amoco Corporation 109 Texaco Inc. 118 Chicap Pipeline 126 Williams Pipe Line Company 139 Tosco Refining Company 233 Alyeska Pipeline Service Company 239 Santa Fe Pacific Pipeline Partners 242 Trans Mountain Oil Pipe Line 260 Dome Pipeline Corp 261 TEPSCOíîellepsen Pipeline Services Company 10001 BP America 10014 Central Florida Pipeline Corporation 10015 Calnev Pipe Line Company 10092 Lone Mountain Production Company 40 --``,``,,,``````,,``,`,,,`,``,-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`---COPYRIGHT 2003; American Petroleum Institute Document provided by IHS Licensee=Shell Services International B.V./5924979112, User=, 05/20/2003 18:08:58 MDT Questions or comments about this message: please call the Document Policy Management Group at 1-800-451-1584.
  • 47. 1997 Occupational, Injuries, Illnesses, and Fatalities in the Petroleum Industry Appendix B Participating Companies Numeric Listing (list includes only companies that agreed to have their numbers published individually) (ID greater than 90000 represents a subsidiary of a large company. Subsidiary numbers a r e not included in totals) Company ID Company Name 10203 Charles B. Wilson Jr. Inc. 10204 Weal Drilling Company Inc. 10403 Collins Pipeline Company 10420 Mobil Oil Corporation 10421 CITGO Petroleum Corporation 10514 Shepler & Thomas Inc. 10532 Oiltanking Houston Inc. 10544 Olympic Pipe Line Company --``,``,,,``````,,``,`,,,`,``,-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`--- 10546 Cross Oil Refining & Marketing Inc. 10560 Shakespeare Oil Company Inc. 10570 LOOP LLC 10573 Union Pacific Resources 10575 National Cooperative Refinery Association 10586 Pennzoil Company 10620 Enterprise Products Company 10621 All American Pipeline Company 10622 Mid-America Pipeline Company 10626 Lyondell Citgo Refining Company 10636 Mustang Fuel Corporation 10650 Southland Oil Co - Sandersville 10651 Southland Oil Co - Lumberton 10652 Southland Oil Co - Vicksburg 10703 Butte Pipe Line Company 10710 Paramount Petroleum Corporation 10712 BWOCInc. 10713 Seagull Energy Corporation 10714 TEPPCO 10716 Valero Refining Company 20016 Thums Long Beach Company 20029 United Refining Company 20032 Howell Petroleum Corporation 20037 Anschutz Ranch East Pipeline Inc. 20038 Anadarko Petroleum Corporation 20050 Razorback Pipeline Company 20111 Ewing Bank Pipeline Company 20124 Pogo Producing Company 30101 TransMontaigne Pipeline Inc.COPYRIGHT 2003; American Petroleum Institute 41 Document provided by IHS Licensee=Shell Services International B.V./5924979112, User=, 05/20/2003 18:08:58 MDT Questions or comments about this message: please call the Document Policy Management Group at 1-800-451-1584.
  • 48. STD.API/PETRO PUBL 237b-ENGL 1998 m 0732290 Ob06236 9 8 3 H 1997 Occupational, Injuries, Illnesses, and Fatalities in the Petroleum Industry Appendix B Participating Companies Numeric Listing (list includes only companies that agreed to have their numbers published individually) (ID greater than 90000 represents a subsidiary of a large company. Subsidiary numbers are not included in totals) Company ID Company Name 30103 Chermac Energy Corporation 30111 Wynnewood Refining Company 90001 BP Oil Pipeline Company 90013 Ashland Pipeline 90024 Chevron Pipe Line Company 90065 Marathon Pipe Line Company 90099 Shell Pipe Line Company 90106 Ammo Pipeline Company 90421 CITGO Pipeline Company 93421 CITGO Products Pipeline Company 99421 Badger Pipeline Company --``,``,,,``````,,``,`,,,`,``,-`-`,,`,,`,`,,`---COPYRIGHT 2003; American Petroleum Institute 42 provided by IHS Licensee=Shell Services International B.V./5924979112, Document User=, 05/20/2003 18:08:58 MDT Questions or comments about this message: please call the Document Policy Management Group at 1-800-451-1584.
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