103 (1) Where the measurement of oil is required under these Regulations or under the Canada Oil and Gas Land Regulations, its volume shall be computed as the number of barrels it would occupy at a standard temperature of 60°/60°F.
(2) Where the temperature conditions differ from 60°F, the volume shall be converted to that which would be occupied at 60°F in accordance with Table 7 of Petroleum Measurement Tables published jointly by the American Society of Testing Materials and the Institute of Petroleum and designated respectively as D1250 and 200.
(8) On all internal combustion engines on a derrick floor or in a drilling engine room or within 75 feet of any equipment containing ignitable vapours
(a) the exhaust systems, where the temperature of the parts in contact with hot gases exceeds 400°F, shall be thermally insulated and covered by metal so that no liquids can be absorbed by the insulating materials;
(9) The cylinders, valve chests and other hot exposed parts of steam engines and steam pipes on a derrick or in a drilling engine room or within 75 feet thereof, whenever the steam temperature exceeds 400°F, shall be fitted with thermal insulation and the insulation shall be covered by metal so that no liquid can be absorbed by the insulating materials.
77 The operator shall ensure that records are kept of
(d) in the case of a production installation,
(ii) the pressure, temperature and flow rate data for compressors and treating and processing facilities,
1 (1) The following definitions apply in these Regulations.
permafrost means the thermal condition of the ground when its temperature remains at or below 0°C for more than one year. (pergélisol)
(2) Where the conditions of pressure and temperature differ from the standard conditions set out in subsection (1), the volume shall be converted to the standard conditions in accordance with the Ideal Gas Laws and corrected for deviations from the Ideal Gas Laws where the amount of the deviation exceeds one per cent.