Used to transport oil, water,
gas and petroleum
Offered in various different
lengths and thicknesses
Can withstand high pressure
LINE PIPE MATERIAL
Widely available so less expensive
Not best choice for heavy loads
Transportation of concrete not as easy as other materials
LINE PIPE MATERIAL CONTINUED
Most popular choice because its durability and sustainability while driving
Can be costly
Can be more noisy during driving compared to other materials
API certified line pipe is made from a strong carbon steel
WHY API LINE PIPE?
Sole national trade association representing every aspect associated with the U.S.
oil and natural gas industries.
Created over 500 standards and practices over 85 years history – some have been
Standards focus on operational and equipment safety practices, as well as
Both conducts and invests in research in the petroleum industry.
HISTORY OF API
The American Petroleum Institute was established in March of 1919.
Originally offices were in NewYork, before moving toWashington D.C. in late 60s
– still remains there today.
Remains advocates for the industry and focus on communicating with the public.
Over 500 corporate members.
API CERTIFICATION PROCESS
API Monogram Program
Created to be sure manufacturers
are operating under API standards
and recommended practices.
Makes it easier for operators to find
high-qualityAPI certified line pipe
Thousands of organizations
throughout the country are
certified by the API Monogram
API LINE PIPE SUPPLIERS
WHY BE AN API MEMBER
Can influence and shape future industry positions.
Strong network with over 600 members with same interests in mind.
Support from well-informed API staff.
Invitation to yearly, members-only meeting.
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