Fire that always has at least enough air for combustion so the amount of fuel (i.e. the size of the pool or the fuel leak rate) controls the heat release rate.
Source: API STD 521, Pressure-relieving and Depressuring Systems, Sixth Edition, January 2014. Global Standard
The phenomenon of combustion manifested in light, flame, and heat.
Source: API RP 14G, Recommended Practice for Fire Prevention and Control on Fixed Open-type Offshore Production Platforms: Upstream Segment, Fourth Edition, April 2007. Global Standards
A fire is the phenomenon of combustion manifested in light, flame, and heat.
Source: API RP 75, Recommended Practice for Development of a Safety and Environmental Management Program for Offshore Operations and Facilities: Upstream Segment, Third Edition, May 2004. Global Standards
Any combustion resulting from an LOPC, regardless of the presence of flame. This includes smoldering, charring, smoking, singeing, scorching, carbonizing, or the evidence that any of these have occurred.
Source: OGP Report No. 456, Process Safety – Recommended Practice on Key Performance Indicators, International Association of Oil & Gas Producers, November 2011. Global Standards
“Fire” means unplanned or uncontrolled fire.
Source: The Offshore Installations (Prevention of Fire and Explosion, and Emergency Response) Regulations 1995, S.I. 1995/743, 1995. Regulations