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IGEM Standards

February 2014
Founded 1863 Royal Charter 1929 Patron: Her Majesty the Queen CONTENTS

ABOUT IGEM STANDARDS
Since the 1960s, IGEM has published technical Standards that are now recognized as trusted industry Standards, used to assist in compliance with national legislation and official approved codes of practice and guidance. IGEM Standards relate to aspects of the Pipelines Safety Regulations; Pressure Systems Safety Regulations; Gas Safety (Management) Regulations; Gas Safety (Installation and Use) Regulations; Dangerous Substances and Explosive Atmospheres Regulations; Reporting of Injuries, Diseases and Dangerous Occurrences Regulations; Building Regulations; Health and Safety at Work etc. Act; Management of Health and Safety at Work Regulations; Pressure Equipment Regulations, Electricity at Work Regulations and so on. The Standards are drafted by expert Panels representing a cross-section of the relevant parts of the gas industry. Regulatory bodies such as HSE, Ofgem and Gas Safe Register contribute to the drafting process. The drafts are issued to the industry and other stakeholders for review and comment prior to publication and, thus, take into account the sometimes broad range of views on the content. The professional status of IGEM ensures its Standards reflect the best possible levels of safety, practice and quality within reasonable cost. In general, IGEM Standards do not overlap the scope of British Standards (BS) but they do often mirror the scope of British European Standards (BS EN) adding much more detail in many cases. There is no intent to contradict other such standards, and it is IGEM’s policy to ensure this does not occur. IGEM’s Standards are all available in hard copy. IGEM does also offer an Online Standards facility, which is provided under a three year license. Access is available through the IGEM Online Standards microsite with a valid e-mail address and password. The benefits of the online system are:  Search facility in the Standards is provided  New publications onto the system are notified on the Home page  The company does not have to manage a 'library'  Is accessible through the internet, so not confined to the office In order to subscribe to the full service please contact technical@igem.org.uk for a quotation.
The SCOPE (pages 4 and 5) allows an “at a glance” view of the subject of the Standards and aspects
covered. In general, the advice is set at an intermediate to high level although some books, such as
IGEM/GM/6, give detail on “standardised” installations and, hence, contain more prescription.

ABOUT THIS LIST

Edition X
Where an edition number is stated, the previous edition is superseded i.e. is not current and is obsolete. The edition is issued with separate amendments to bring it up to date. These Amendments amendments are issued with every Standard purchased but, where this was
purchased prior to issue of amendments, they are available for downloading from the IGEM website (www.igem.org.uk) or by email to technical@igem.org.uk. Reprint with The edition has been reprinted to contain amendments (and enhancements if
Amendments applicable). Owners of the previous version of the same edition will have to
insert amendments (see above) to bring that version up to date. It is not essential to insert enhancements. Refers to a re-print with enhancements. Previous impressions remain current. Impression
For more information on IGEM Standards, please see our website; www.igem.org.uk. IGEM STANDARDS

TITLE (COMMUNICATION NO.)
STANDARD
MEMBER/IA
TRANSMISSION AND DISTRIBUTION
Steel pipelines for high pressure gas transmission (1735) IGEM/TD/1 Ed 5
IGEM/TD/1 Ed 5 Supp 1
Handling, transport and storage of steel pipe, bends and fittings (1736) IGEM/TD/2 Ed 2
Assessing the risks from high pressure Natural Gas pipelines (1764) Steel and PE pipelines for gas distribution (1677) IGE/TD/3 Ed 4
IGE/TD/4 Ed 4
PE and steel gas services and service pipework (1725) IGE/TD/12 Ed 2
Reprint with Amds

Pipework stress analysis for gas industry plant (1757)) Pressure regulating installations for Natural Gas, Liquefied Petroleum IGEM/TD/13 Ed 2
Gas and Liquefied Petroleum Gas/Air (1755). IGEM/TD/101 Ed 2
Adoption of pipe systems by a GT – management of UIP activities IGEM/TD/102
GAS MEASUREMENT
Flowmetering practices. Inlet pressure exceeding 38 bar and not IGE/GM/4 Ed 2
IGEM/GM/5 Ed 3
Electronic gas meter volume conversion systems (1730) IGEM/GM/6 Ed 2
Non-domestic meter installations. Standard designs (1750) IGEM/GM/7A
Electrical connections for gas metering equipment (1731) IGEM/GM/7B
Hazardous area classification for gas metering equipment (1732) Non-domestic meter installations.
IGE/GM/8 Part 1
Flow rate exceeding 6 m3h-1 and inlet pressure not exceeding 38 bar IGE/GM/8 Part 2
Locations, housings and compounds (1707) IGE/GM/8 Part 3
Fabrication, installation, testing and commissioning (1708) IGE/GM/8 Part 4
IGE/GM/8 Part 5
UTILIZATION
IGE/UP/1 Ed 2

Strength testing, tightness testing and direct purging of industrial and Reprint with Amds
IGE/UP/1 Ed 2 Amds
Set of amendments for IGE/UP/1 Ed 2 (1683) IGE/UP/1A Ed 2
Strength and tightness testing and direct purging of small low pressure Reprint with Amds
industrial and commercial Natural Gas installations (1717) IGE/UP/1A Ed 2 Amds
Set of amendments for IGE/UP/1A Ed 2 (1701) Tightness testing and direct purging of small Liquefied Petroleum IGEM/UP/1B Ed 3
Gas/Air, Natural Gas and Liquefied Petroleum Gas installations. (1759). Set of amendments issued 2012 Strength testing, tightness testing and direct purging of Natural Gas IGEM/UP/1C
and LPG meter installations (1751) Installation pipework on industrial and commercial premises (XXXX) IGEM/UP/2 Ed 3
Copy of Edition 2 provided in the interim IGE/UP/3 Ed 2
Gas fuelled spark ignition and dual fuel engines (1720) IGEM/UP/4 Ed 3
Commissioning of gas fired plant on industrial and commercial premises IGEM/UP/6 Ed 2
Application of compressors to Natural Gas fuel systems (1741) Gas installations in timber framed and light steel framed buildings IGE/UP/7 Ed 2
Application of Natural Gas and fuel oil systems to gas turbines and IGE/UP/9 Ed 2
supplementary and auxiliary fired burners (1705) IGE/UP/10 Ed 3
Installation of flued gas appliances in industrial and commercial premises (1726). Set of amendments issued 2010 IGEM/UP/11 Ed 2
Gas installations for educational establishments (1744) Application of burners and controls to gas fired process plant (1713) IGE/UP/12
Set of amendments issued 2009 Design for Natural Gas installations on industrial and commercial premises with respect to hazardous area classification and preparation IGEM/UP/16
IGEM/UP/17
Shared chimney and flue systems for domestic gas appliances (1754) IGEM/UP/18
Gas installations for vehicle repair and body shops (1758) GUIDANCE
Guidance on gas installations for the management and staff within IGEM/UP/1101
Amds = Amendments. Ed = Edition. Imp = Impression. *Free as download only, unless stated otherwise or for amendments with its associated Standard. For more information on IGEM Standards, please see our website; www.igem.org.uk. IGEM STANDARDS
TITLE (COMMUNICATION NO.)
STANDARD
MEMBER/IA
GAS LEGISLATION
IGE/GL/1 Ed 2

Planning of gas distribution systems of MOP not exceeding 16 bar (1718) Planning of transmission and storage systems operating at pressures IGE/GL/2 Ed 2
IGEM/GL/4 Ed 2
Gas system assets – risk management (1743) IGE/GL/5 Ed 2
Procedures for managing new works, modifications and repairs (1715) IGEM/GL/6 Ed 2
Permitry for the safe flow of gas (1747) IGE/GL/8 Ed 2
Reporting and investigation of gas related incidents (1721) IGE/GL/9
Guidance for large consumers in dealing with Natural Gas supply emergencies. Download at www.igem.org.uk
Defining the end of the Network, a meter installation and installation IGEM/G/1 Ed 2
pipework (1733). Download at www.igem.org.uk
IGEM/G/4 Edition 2
Definitions for the gas industry (1763). Download at www.igem.org.uk 2012
IGEM/G/5 Ed 2
Gas installations in multi-occupancy buildings (1762) IGEM/G/6
IGEM/G/8
Handling, transport and storage of PE pipe and fittings (1749) SAFETY
IGEM/SR/4 Ed 3

Variable volume gasholders storing lighter than air gases (1752) IGEM/SR/14 Edition 2
Fixed volume storage for lighter than air gases (1742) IGEM/SR/15 Ed 5
Integrity of safety-related systems in the gas industry (1746) IGEM/SR/16 Ed 2
Odorant systems for gas transmission and distribution (1734) Safe working practices to ensure the integrity of gas pipelines and IGE/SR/18 Ed 2
IGE/SR/22
Purging operations for fuel gases in transmission, distribution and IGE/SR/23 2nd Imp
IGE/SR/24
Hazardous area classification of Natural Gas installations (1748) IGEM/SR/25 Ed 2
IGEM/SR/28 Ed 2
IGEM/SR/29
CERTIFICATES OF STRENGTH AND TIGHTNESS TESTING A ND DIRECT PURGING TO IGE/UP/1 EDITION
2 AND IGE/UP/1A EDITION 2 (shrink wrapped pads of 25 triplicate certificates)
StT/UP/1A

Certificate of strength testing for IGE/UP/1A TT/UP/1A
Certificate of tightness testing for IGE/UP/1A DP/UP/1A
Certificate of direct purging for IGE/UP/1A StT/UP/1
Certificate of strength testing for IGE/UP/1 Certificate of tightness testing for IGE/UP/1 Certificate of direct purging for IGE/UP/1 *Free as download only, unless stated otherwise or for amendments with its associated Standard For more information on IGEM Standards, please see our website; www.igem.org.uk.
SCOPE OF IGEM STANDARDS

TD series Upstream of and c Pol com Test mainte Op
including ECV
Transmission pipelines and associated installations.           Transmission pipelines. Risk assessment for                                        GM series Metering
Flow metering practice. MOP > 38  100 bar Meter installations. (I&C) Flow > 6 m3h-1 Meter installations. (I&C) – Design. Meter installations. (I&C) – Location and Meter installations. (I&C) – Installation and Meter installations. (I&C) – Operation and Meter installations. (I&C) – Notices and UP series Downstream of
Installation pipework MOP  5 bar (I&C)           Gas fuelled spark ignition and dual fuel engines. Commissioning of gas fired plant (I&C) Gas appliances in industrial and commercial premises            D is Domestic. I is industrial. C is commercial. For more information on IGEM Standards, please see our website; www.igem.org.uk. SCOPE OF IGEM STANDARDS

GL Series
All upstream
except GL/8 (also
downstream) and
(downstream)
Managing new works, modifications and repairs “Upstream” and
“downstream”
Gas installations in multi-occupancy buildings PE pipe and components. Storage and transportation SR series
Most apply to
“upstream” and
“downstream”
situations

Variable volume gasholders storing lighter Fixed volume storage for lighter than air gases Odorant systems for gas transmission and              Safe working for the integrity of pipelines and For more information on IGEM Standards, please see our website; www.igem.org.uk.
PLACING ORDERS (Subject to availability of the Standard)

An Order Form is provided on Page 8. Orders can be placed using the following methods:
 Post - IGEM Standards, PO Box 2584, Uttoxeter, ST14 9AB Payment must be received before goods can be dispatched. Dispatch of goods is normally within 2 working days of payment. The following methods of payment are accepted:  credit card (MasterCard or Visa). Please give card name, number, expiry date, valid from date,  cheque sent to the above address. Please mark correspondence “IGEM Standards Sales”  through bank transfer (overseas customers will incur a charge for this method). Please request Accounts can be set up for large volume regular orders, under certain conditions. This list of Standards will be updated as necessary to reflect items currently available. Prices are reviewed annually (1st January) but IGEM reserves the right to change prices at other times and For more information on IGEM Standards, please see our website; www.igem.org.uk. ORDERING IGEM STANDARDS

If you wish to order an IGEM Standard or have any other queries, please do not hesitate to contact us using
the following methods.
TELEPHONE: 01889 561431
EMAIL: igem@yesresponse.co.uk
FAX: 01889 568264
ONLINE: www.igem.org.uk
POST: IGEM Standards, PO Box 2584, Uttoxeter, ST14 9AB
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Standard

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