30 CFR 250.615 - What BOP information must I submit?
For well-workover operations, your APM must include the following BOP descriptions:
(a) A description of the BOP system and system components, including pressure ratings of BOP equipment and proposed BOP test pressures;
(b) A schematic drawing of the BOP system that shows the inside diameter of the BOP stack, number and type of preventers, all control systems and pods, location of choke and kill lines, and associated valves;
(c) Independent third-party verification and supporting documentation that show the blind-shear rams installed in the BOP stack are capable of shearing any drill pipe (including workstring and tubing) in the hole under maximum anticipated surface pressure. The documentation must include actual shearing and subsequent pressure integrity test results for the most rigid pipe to be used and calculations of shearing capacity of all pipe to be used in the well, including correction for under maximum anticipated surface pressure;
(1) The BOP stack is designed for the specific equipment on the rig and for the specific well design;
(e) The qualifications of the independent third-party referenced in paragraphs (c) and (d) of this section:
(1) The independent third-party in this section must be a technical classification society, or a licensed professional engineering firm, or a registered professional engineer capable of providing the verifications required under this part.
(i) Include evidence that the registered professional engineer, or a technical classification society, or engineering firm you are using or its employees hold appropriate licenses to perform the verification in the appropriate jurisdiction, and evidence to demonstrate that the individual, society, or firm has the expertise and experience necessary to perform the required verifications.
(ii) Ensure that an official representative of BSEE will have access to the location to witness any testing or inspections, and verify information submitted to BSEE. Prior to any shearing ram tests or inspections, you must notify the BSEE District Manager at least 72 hours in advance.
[77 FR 50895, Aug. 22, 2012]
Title 30 published on 2014-07-01
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