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OPERATING AND SAFETY MANUAL


CRUDE DISTILLATION UNIT TRAIN 1
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INDEX
I. INTRODUCTION
II. BASIS OF DESIGN
II.1. Duty of the unit
II.1.1. On stream factor
II.1.2. Annual throughput
II.1.3. Turndown
II.2. Environmental Conditions
II.3. Feedstock and Product Specification and Integration Inside Refinery
Scheme
II.3.1. Feedstocks
II.3.2. Products
II.4. Battery Limit Conditions
II.5. Specifications and Consumptions of Utilities
II.6. Specification and Consumptions of Chemical and Catalysts
II.6.1. Chemicals
II.6.2. Catalyst
III. PROCESS DESCRIPTION
III.1. Process Theory
III.2. Description of Flows
III.2.1. Crude Preheat Train
III.2.2. Desalter Train
III.2.3. Preflash Column
III.2.4. Crude Heater
III.2.5. Crude Distillation
III.2.6. Vacuum Heater
III.2.7. Vacuum distillation
III.2.8. Sour Water
III.2.9. Compressor / Amine Absorber
III.2.10. Utilities Section
III.3. Process Variables
III.3.1. Desalter
III.3.2. Preflash Column
III.3.3. Atmospheric Column
III.3.4. Vacuum Column
IV. PREPARATION FOR INITIAL START-UP
IV.1. General
IV.1.1. Check Lists
IV.1.2. Test Sheets
IV.1.3. Piping Test (Test Pack)
IV.2. Inspection Program
IV.2.1. Check List Sheets

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IV.3. Cleaning of Piping and Equipment


IV.3.1. Water Flushing
IV.3.2. Steam Blowing
IV.3.3. Air blowing
IV.3.4. Oil Flushing
IV.3.5. Chemical Cleaning
IV.4. Specific Pre-Start-up Operations
IV.4.1. Instrument Loop Test
IV.4.2. Electrical Motor Run
IV.4.3. Tightness Test
IV.4.4. Drying of Piping And Equipment
IV.4.5. Purging with nitrogen
IV.4.6. Operational Tests
IV.4.7. Inter-Departmental Coordination
IV.4.8. Utility headers Commissioning
IV.4.9. Unit Gas In
V. START-UP PROCEDURES
VI. NORMAL OPERATION
VI.1. Operation of CDU/VDU
VI.1.1. Operating Flexibility
VI.2. Alternative Operating Modes
VI.2.1. VDU Bypass
VI.2.2. Light Arabian Crude Case
VI.3. Special Checks
VI.3.1. Desalter Interface Level
VI.3.2. Chemical Injection Systems
VI.3.3. PZV Mechanical Interlocks
VI.4. Problem during Normal Operation
VI.4.1. Off-Spec VGO
VI.4.2. Tempered Water
VI.4.3. Failure of Boiler Feed Water Valves Associated to Desuperheaters
VI.4.4. Heat Exchanger Leakage Control
VI.4.5. Hydrocarbon in Sour Water Recovery Drum
VI.5. Maintenance
VI.5.1. Thermal Relief Valves
VI.5.2. Control Valves
VI.5.3. Cooling Water System
VI.5.4. Steam-out
VI.5.5. Blind Position
VI.5.6. Drainage of Residue to Closed Drain
VI.6. Corrosion
VI.6.1. Corrosion Mechanism
VI.6.2. Inspection
VI.6.3. Corrosion Probes and Injection Points
VII. NORMAL SHUTDOWN PROCEDURE

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VIII.EMERGENCY SHUTDOWN PROCEDURES


IX. UPSETS SCENARIOS
X. ANALYTICAL REQUIREMENTS
X.1. Sample Schedule
X.2. Analyzers
X.3. Sample Connections for Monitoring
XI. PLANT SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION
XI.1. Toxic Hazards
XI.2. Fire Hazards
XI.2.1. General Information about Flammable Theory
XI.2.2. List of Flammable Limits, Self Ignition Temperature and Flash
Point streams and Chemicals present in the Unit
XI.2.3. General HSE Precautions to avoid the Flammable Conditions
XI.2.4. List of Fire Scenarios
XI.2.5. List of Specific Flame, Leak, Heat or Gas Detectors and Relative
Control Systems or Fire Fighting Systems Provided, If Any.
XI.2.6. Number & Design of Fire Water Monitors, Lances and Hydrants.
Plot plan and Coverage Area and List. Idem for Steam Lances
XI.2.7. Localization and Capacity and Purpose (Electricity, Hydrocarbons,
Multi Purpose) of Extinguishers (Plot plan and List)
XI.2.8. Localization and Coverage Area of Flashing Light and Sirens (for
Gas, H2S or Fire Detection)
XI.3. Personal Protective Equipment
XI.4. Emergency
XI.5. Health & Environment
XI.6. Flare
XII. ATTACHMENTS

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I. INTRODUCTION
This Operation and Safety Manual, prepared by TR JUBAIL REFINERY intends to
capacitate and assist operators for the start-up, operation, shutdown and maintenance
of the Crude and Vacuum Distillation Unit (CDU/VDU) included in the Jubail Export
Refinery located at Al-Jubail on the east coast of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
This document will allow personnel to operate the plant in an efficient and safe way as
long as a smooth and stable operation is being carried out. Severe or modified
guarantee conditions may lead to lack of accuracy or of applicability in correlations and
guidelines stated in this operation manual.
This Manual describes the procedures that are required to start, operate and stop the
Crude and Vacuum Distillation Unit. The instructions contained herein are presented as
a general guide to aid in safe start-up and operation of the unit. Operating experience
will indicate where a procedure should be modified to improve the performance of the
unit. All the operating personnel must be familiarized with the operation details as well
as with the characteristics, function and location of all equipment and instrumentation,
to assure the proper unit operation in a safe and efficient way.
The Crude Distillation Unit processes the Arabian Heavy Crude from storage and the
Wild Naphtha produced by the Low and High pressure HDS Units.
The crude is processed into two parallel and identical trains (011 & 012) of integrated
atmospheric and vacuum distillation units. Each train is designed to process a net
throughput of 200000 BPSD of crude. The required turn-down of each of the CDU/VDU
train will be 60%.
The Crude Distillation Unit produces and provides the feeds to the following units:

Straight run Naphtha as feed of the Naphtha Hydrotreating Unit (NHDT).

Straight run kerosene, as feed of one of the two Low Pressure HDS units for
either jet A1 or diesel production.

Light Atmospheric Gas Oil (LAGO) as feed of one of the two Low Pressure HDS
units for diesel production.

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Heavy Atmospheric and Light Vacuum Gas Oil (HAGO+LVGO) as feed of High
Pressure HDS units for diesel production

Vacuum Gas Oil (MVGO+HVGO) as feed of the DHC and the MHC units.

Vacuum residue as feed of the Coker unit.

Each Crude and Vacuum Distillation Unit comprises mainly the following sections:

Crude Preheat Train, increases the crude feed temperature using the heat from
pumparounds, distillated products, overheads and vacuum residue

Desalters, remove salt content from crude by mixing with wash water and a
demulsifier

Preflash Column, separates the excess of the light components from the crude

Crude distillation, including crude heater and atmospheric column with


fractionation and pumparound sections to produce Naphtha, Kerosene, LAGO,
HAGO and Atmospheric Residue.

Vacuum Distillation, consisting of a heater and wet vacuum distillation column,


equipped with pre-condenser + ejectors driven by superheated MP steam, to
produce LVGO, MVGO+HVGO and Vacuum Residue.

Sour Water System, collects process water from the atmospheric and vacuum
overheads is sent to SWS Unit (OSBL) before being used as desalting water.
The salted water is then sent to WWT unit.

Compressor and Amine Absorber, compress and remove H2S of sour gas from
ejector system to feed the vacuum heater.

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II. BASIS OF DESIGN


II.1. Duty of the unit
The Crude Distillation unit is designed to process 400000 BPSD of Arabian Heavy
crude from storage and produce:

Straight run Naphtha

Straight run Kerosene

Light Atmospheric Gas Oil

Blend of Heavy Atmospheric Gas Oil and Light Vacuum Gas Oil

Vacuum Gas Oil (VGO)

Vacuum residue

The crude is processed into two parallel and identical trains of Atmospheric and
Vacuum Distillation Units. As such each train is designed to process a net throughput of
200000 BSPD of crude.
These design basis are applicable to each one of the two identical units.

II.1.1. On stream factor


The unit shall be designed for an on-stream factor of 8400 hours per year (96% on
stream factor).
II.1.2. Annual throughput
The unit is designed to process an average of 9.9 Million Tonnes per Annum (MTA) of
either of design feedstock defined later under feedstock characteristics on section II.3.1.
II.1.3. Turndown
The required turn-down of each of the CDU/VDU train will be 60%.

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II.2. Environmental Conditions


The climatic conditions basic data is derived from:

JERES-A-112

RC meteorological & hydro design information May 2002 (Attachment A)

For more details, refer to JERES-C-101 Basic Design Data.

II.3. Feedstock and Product Specification and Integration Inside


Refinery Scheme

II.3.1. Feedstocks

The definition of the crude quality is as provided by TOTAL Research Center of


Gonfreville (CReG) from the standard analysis of the crude.
A document generated by TOTAL SOG department (i.e quality of short cuts) from the
crude analysis has been used as input of the PRO-II simulations to characterize crude
quality. See Attachment 11.
Pure components shall also been used for the definition of the PI-145 crude cut (See
Attachment 11), in order to provide the components breakdown of the SR Naphtha cut
PI-145 sent to the NHDT unit (breakdown required for NHDT/CCR units design).
Wild Naphtha from HDS has been defined following data received from Licensors. Total
wild naphtha flow rate is equally split between the two CDU/VDU units. For Wild
Naphtha flow and composition see Attachment 11.

II.3.2. Products

The following cuts from atmospheric and vacuum distillation are to be produced:

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Unstabilized Whole Naphtha (combined overhead of the preflash and


atmospheric distillation columns) as feed of the Naphtha Hydrotreating Unit
(NHDT).

Kerosene, as feed of one of the two Low Pressure HDS units for either jet A1 or
diesel production

Light Atmospheric Gas Oil (LAGO), as feed of one of the two Low Pressure HDS
units for diesel production.

Heavy Atmospheric Gas Oil (HAGO) and Light Vacuum Gas Oil (LVGO), as feed
of one of the two High Pressure HDS units for diesel production

Medium Vacuum Gas Oil (MVGO) and Heavy Vacuum Gas Oil (HVGO) as feed
of the DHC and the MHC units.

Vacuum residue as feed of the Coker unit.

II.3.2.1. Cut Points and Flexibility Cases


Following optimization studies carried out during the Conceptual study, the Base Case
cutpoints are as follows (TBP cut points in C).
Unstabilized Whole Naphtha

IBP 145

Kerosene

(KERO)

145 230

Light Atmospheric. Gas Oil

(LAGO)

230 300

Heavy Atmospheric Gas Oil

(HAGO)

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Light Vacuum Gas Oil

(LVGO)

360 379

Medium Vacuum Gas Oil

(MVGO)

379 442

Heavy Vacuum Gas Oil

(HVGO)

442 550

Vacuum residue

550+

Additionally, three flexibility cases have be considered for the design:


1. Max Kero: Naphtha / KERO TBP cut point is decreased to 140C, to saturate the
flash point specification of the Kero (ABEL Flash Point 38C).

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2. Max Naphtha: Naphtha / KERO TBP cut point is increased to 160C, as a result
of the optimisation study on gasoline pool (PI-160C pure components
breakdown will be also provided for CCR / NHDT design).
3. Kerosene in diesel pool : LVGO/MVGO cut point will be maximized in respect
with both following specifications:
Combined Kero, Light and Heavy Atmospheric Gas Oil, and Light Vacuum Gas
Oil cuts
ASTM D86 95%vol. 360C
Flash Point Pensky Martens > 55C
II.3.2.2. Fractionation Efficiency Requirements
The table below summarizes the target values, following optimization studies carried
out during the Conceptual phase:
Specification

Units

Target value

Naphtha / Kerosene gap

20 min

Kero / LAGO overlap

10 max

LAGO / HAGO overlap

18 max

II.3.2.3. Product Specifications


The product specifications are as follows:

Kerosene:
o Flash point ABEL 38C (ASTM D3828)
o Freezing point: -47C (ASTM D2386)
o Distillation FBP : 300C (ASTM D86)
o Other jet A1 specifications (with the exception of bright/clear/water and
sulfur specifications which will be handled in the LP HDS unit).

Diesel straight run pool:


o Combined Light, Heavy Atmospheric Gas Oil, and Light Vacuum Gas Oil
cuts

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ASTM D86 95%vol. 360C

Light Atmospheric Gasoil:

Flash point Pensky Martens > 55C

o In case Kerosene is incorporated to Diesel pool, LVGO / MVGO TBP cut


point will be maximized in respect with both following specifications:
Combined Kero, Light and Heavy Atm Gas Oil, and Light Vacuum Gas
Oil cuts

ASTM D86 95%vol. 360C

Flash Point Pensky Martens > 55C

Straight run MVGO+HVGO: (target values)


o Metals content (Nickel, Vanadium) < 2 ppm wt
o Conradson Carbon Residue < 1wt%
o Asphaltens C7 < 500 ppm wt
o ASTM D1160 5%vol. MVGO 370C

II.3.2.4. Input Data for Product Properties Calculation


The following product properties shall be calculated from the mini-cuts properties (SOG
files) and correlations provided by Company (see CDU/VDU - Conceptual study Final
report).

Thermodynamic properties (boiling point, density, molecular weight),

Transport properties (kinematic viscosity@50C and @100C),

Petroleum properties (flash point ABEL, smoke point, cloud point, pour point,
freezing point, Conradson Carbon)

Component distribution (PNA, Sulfur, Vanadium, Nickel, total and basic


Nitrogen)

II.3.2.5. Expected Product Properties


The expected product properties are provided for the following streams:

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Unstabilized Naphtha

Kerosene

Light atmospheric gasoil

Heavy atmospheric gasoil

Light vacuum gasoil

Medium vacuum gasoil

Heavy vacuum gasoil

Vacuum residue

Light atmospheric gasoil + Heavy atmospheric gasoil + Light vacuum gasoil

Medium vacuum gasoil + Heavy vacuum gasoil

Required properties for each cut are provided using the tables provided in Attachment
11.
Expected product properties can be found on FEED document: CDU/VDU Expected
product Properties, 2271-011-CN-0001-02, included in Attachment 11

II.4. Battery Limit Conditions


For process battery limit conditions, refer to Attachment 9 - Process Battery Limit
Conditions
For utility battery limit conditions, refer to Attachment 10 - Utilities Battery Limit
Conditions

II.5. Specifications and Consumptions of Utilities


Refer to the Attachment 7 Utilities Material Balance

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II.6. Specification and Consumptions of Chemical and Catalysts

II.6.1. Chemicals
The following chemicals are required in the daily operation of CDU/VDU. Permanent
facilities for the injection of the following chemicals are provided
Chemical

Commercial Reference

Supplier

Demulsifier

CHIMEC 2820

CHIMEC (SAUDI FAL)

Neutralizing Agent

CHIMEC 1738

CHIMEC (SAUDI FAL)

Corrosion inhibitor

CHIMEC 1054M

CHIMEC (SAUDI FAL)

Phosphate

CHIMEC 3665

CHIMEC (SAUDI FAL)

DIETHANOLAMINE

NASSAQ (U.I.C)

DEA

II.6-1: List of Chemicals for CDU/VDU

De-emulsifying Agent
Type: CHIMEC 2820 or equivalent.
Chemical description: Alkoxylated resin in a high boiling hydrocarbon solvent mixture.
It is injected at the Crude Charge Pumps suction and Desalter inlets in order to aid
separation of any oil/water emulsions that cannot be resolved by electrostatic action
alone.

Rate of Consumption at Charge Pump 011-G-0001 suction: 0.045 m3/h.

Rate of Consumption at upstream 1st and 2nd Stage Desalters: 0.030 m3/h.

Neutralizing Agent
Type: Chimec 1738 or equivalent.
Chemical description: Blend of aminic derivates in water solution.
It is injected into the preflash overhead line, topping overhead line and vacuum column
overhead line in order to neutralize acid gases and assist in the protection of the main
column overhead system against corrosion and fouling.

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Rate of consumption at preflash overhead line: 0.001 m3/h.

Rate of consumption at topping overhead line: 0.004 m3/h.

Rate of consumption at vacuum column overhead line: 0.001 m3/h.

Corrosion inhibitor
Type: CHIMEC 1054 M or equivalent.
Chemical description: condensation products between poliamines and carboxylic acids
in diesel oil.
It is injected into the preflash overhead line and topping overhead line in order to protect
the preflash and atmospheric column overheads systems against corrosion by both
chlorides and hydrogen sulphide.

Rate of consumption at preflash overhead line: 0.001 m3/h.

Rate of consumption at topping overhead line: 0.003 m3/h.

Phosphate
Type: CHIMEC 3665 or equivalent.
Chemical description: Blend of phospho-organic compounds in water solution.
It is injected into the boiler feed water to the Steam Generator in order to remove the
calcium hardness and maintains the alkalinity of boiler feed water at the desired level.

Rate of consumption at BFW inlet to D-0011: 0.0012 m3/h max.

For further information of the chemical consumptions and characteristics refer to


Attachment 31 Chemical Summary and Attachment 19 Material Safety Data Sheet,
respectively.

II.6.2. Catalyst
No catalysts or inert balls are used in CDU/ VDU.

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III. PROCESS DESCRIPTION

III.1. Process Theory


The distillation is a separation process in which a mixture is heated up and separated in
several components or fractions by selective boiling and condensation. Each fraction
may contain one or more components of similar volatility and other properties.
In refinery distillation, a crude oil mixture is heated up in a fired furnace and then fed
into a fractionation column. On entering the column, the feed is a partially vaporized.
The liquid starts flowing down but the vapor with lower boiling point components
separates and rises. As they rise as vapor, they cool with the liquid falling down from
top and part of them enriched in the less volatile components begins to condensate
and descend again. The lightest products those of lower boiling point or higher
volatility exit from the top of the column. The heaviest products those with the
highest boiling point collect and exit from the bottom of the column. In this process,
there is no any kind of chemical reactions.
The stage at the bottom of the column has the highest pressure and temperature,
progressing upwards in the tower, the pressure and temperature decreases for each
succeeding stage. The vapour-liquid equilibrium for each feed component in the column
reacts in its unique way to the different pressure and temperature conditions at each of
the stages. That means that each component establishes a different concentration in
the vapour and liquid phases at each of the stages, and this result in the separation of
the components.
To improve separation, the distillation column is provided with internal contact
elements: trays or packing. The trays basic principle is to bubble vapor through a liquid
retained by a damming effect on the liquid phase. The packing consists of a metal
latticework dispersing the two phases and providing a good exchange area between the
fluids circulating in counterflow. Because physical trays or packing are not 100%
efficient, a distillation column needs more trays or packing height than the required
number of theoretical vapour-liquid equilibrium stages.

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The part located below the feed inlet is called the stripping zone and its objective is to
lower the light product content in the residue. The top of the column or rectifying zone is
designed to eliminate heavy products from the distillate. The purity of top product can
be improved by recycling some of the externally condensed top product liquid as reflux.
In a continuous distillation, the system is kept in a steady state. The process variables
are controlled by the automatic control system.
An atmospheric distillation column operates at a pressure slightly above atmosphere. It
produces an overhead fraction which is totally condensed as total naphtha; a kerosene
cut; a light atmospheric gasoil cut; a heavy atmospheric gasoil cut and finally the
bottoms product (atmospheric residue). All these cuts are processed further in
subsequent refining processes. The distillation column produces fractions having boiling
ranges. The boiling ranges between any cut and the next cut overlap because the
distillation separations are not perfectly sharp.
The atmospheric residue is heated and fed to a vacuum distillation column for additional
separation of vacuum gas oil. A very small amount of residue will be thermally cracked
in the heater. Dilution steam is injected to limit the temperature and reduce coking.

III.2.

Description of Flows

Refer to the Process Flow Diagrams (PFD) for Base Case: Crude Preheat/Preflash (SAJER-DS011-TRJR-450001, SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450020), Crude Distillation (SA-JERDS011-TRJR-450002), Vacuum Distillation (SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450003, SA-JERDS011-TRJR-450021) when reading the following descriptions. Refer to the Attachment
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The CDU/VDU unit will process crude from storage and will provide feeds to the
following units:

Straight run Naphtha as feed of the Naphtha Hydrotreating Unit, NHDT (Unit
111).

Straight run Kerosene, as feed of one of the two Low Pressure HDS units for
either jet A1 or diesel production (Unit 101/102).

Light Atmospheric Gas Oil as feed of one of the two Low Pressure HDS units for
diesel production (Unit 101/102).

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Blend of Heavy Atmospheric Gas Oil and Light Vacuum Gas Oil as feed of one
of the two High Pressure HDS units for diesel production (Unit 091/092).

Vacuum Gas Oil (VGO) as feed of the DHC (Unit 041) and the MHC (Unit 051)
units.

Vacuum residue as feed of the Coker unit (Unit 021).

SR NAPHTHA

NHDT (UNIT 111)


KEROSENE

LP HDS (UNIT 101/102)


LAGO
CRUDE OIL
SLOPS

DESALTER
TRAIN

PREFLASH
COLUMN

CDU

LP HDS (UNIT 101/102)


Gasoil Mode

HAGO

HP HDS (UNIT 091/092)

LVGO
MVGO

VDU

DHC (UNIT 041)

HVGO

MHC (UNIT 051)


VACUUM
RESIDUE

DCU (UNIT 021)

Distillation Scheme

Each Crude and Vacuum Distillation Unit comprises mainly the following sections:

III.2.1. Crude Preheat Train

PFDs: SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450001 and SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450020 (Base Case).


The Crude Distillation Unit has three trains of heat exchangers to recover the energy
available in the system, from pumparounds, distillated products, overheads and vacuum
residue, and raise the temperature of the crude oil from BL.

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The crude oil from storage Unit 561 is pumped by the Crude Charge Pumps G-0001
A/B (33.8 barg), through the crude cold preheat train (from BL to the desalter inlet),
which comprises the following heat exchangers in series: E-0001, E-0002, E-0003 A-D,
E-0004 A/B, E-0005, E-0006, E-0007 A-B/C-D, E-0008 and E-0009 A/B. In this train the
temperature of the crude is raised from the BL inlet temperature (range 30 50 C) up
to 150 C maximum.
Additionally, the CDU/VDU Unit can reprocess up to 5% of the feed rate of slop oil from
storage Unit 681. The slops flow rate is controlled by FC-0175 and then, the stream is
mixed with crude feed line upstream G-0001 A/B suction line.
The unit crude feed rate is normally controlled at Preflash Column C-0001 inlet by FC0006 which acts on FV-0006 in the same line. However, the operator can select, using
HS-0009A/B, to control flow rate at G-0001A/B discharge by means of FC-0001 and
valve PV-0007.
The temperature upstream the Desalter D-0001/ D-0002 is controlled by action of TC0031 on the HAGO bypass valve (TV-0031) of E-0012A/B. The objective temperature is
145 C. If the desalter operating temperature is very high the operator can partially
bypass the E-0003 A-D crude feed by adjusting valve HV-0001.
The purpose of E-0003 A-D crude feed bypass is to reduce the temperature at E0004A/B inlet for increasing the duty transferred in this preflash condenser. The HV0001 valve shall operate closed during normal operation and when the crude oil
temperature coming from storage is below of 40 C, to maintain the temperature at E0004A/B inlet around of 80 C.
The hand control valve HV-0003 is provided at E-0003A-D inlet to ensure the adequate
flow distribution when heat exchanger is bypassed. In normal operation HC-0001 is
closed and HC-0003 is open. Minimum stop on HC-0003 has been implemented to
allow feed flow rate.
Downstream the Desalter D-0001/ D-0002, the crude is pumped by the Desalted Crude
Pumps G-0002 A/B to the crude intermediate preheat train, consisting of the following
heat exchangers: E-0010A/B, E-0011A/B, E-0012A/B, E-0013, E-0014A-F. This section
raises the temperature of the crude oil from 145C up to 200 C at Preflash Column
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Heat exchangers E-0011 and E-0012 are arranged in parallel. A ZIC system is used to
control flow through each branch, with the objective of splitting and balance the flow to
both exchangers. The flow in each stream is regulated by controllers FC-0111A and
FC-0111B.
The temperature upstream the Preflash Column C-0001 is controlled by action of the
TC-0057 on the Vacuum Residue bypass of the E-0018A-D. The target operating
temperature is 200 C. If the temperature upstream the C-0001 is very high the operator
will be able to partially bypass the E-0014A-F Vacuum Residue side by action on HC0008.
To protect the pumps in case of very low flow rate, a dedicated flow controller (FC-0002
for G-0001A/B and FC-0061 for G-0002 A/B) opens the spill back control valves of each
pump, recirculating the flow to the suction.
Reference P&IDs
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480001 through 480010
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480015 through 480019

TAG NUMBER

SERVICE

E-0007A-D KERO PA
BYPASS
E-00012A/B HAGO PA
BYPASS
G-0002A/B CRUDE MINIMUM
FLOW
G-0002A/B CRUDE SUCTION

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-

FC-0175

SLOPS FROM STORAGE

FC-0001

E-0001 CRUDE INLET

FC-0002-A

G-0001A/B CRUDE MINIMUM


FLOW

FC-0139

E-0001 KERO INLET

HC-0001

E-0003A-D CRUDE BYPASS

HC-0003

E-0003A-D CRUDE INLET

TC-0016

E-0004A/B CRUDE BYPASS

FC-0003

C-0002 KERO PA FLOW


RATE

PDC-0449

E-0007A-D KERO PA INLET

TC-0024
TC-0031
FC-0061-A
PC-0007

P&ID
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480001
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480002
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480002
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480003
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480004
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480004
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480005
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480008
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480008
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480008
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480010
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480015

UNITS

SET POINT

t/h

59.0

t/h

1179.3

t/h

563.5

t/h

133.5

t/h

179.2

t/h

1000.1

110

t/h

580.6

bar

1.5

122

148

t/h

664.5

bar

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TAG NUMBER

SERVICE

P&ID

UNITS

SET POINT

t/h

594.6

t/h

594.6

50

bar

0.6

bar

1.0

t/h

374

t/h

1189.1

t/h

80

200

480015
FC-0111-A
FC-0111-B
FZC-0111

E-0011A/B DESALTED
CRUDE BALANCE
E-0012A/B DESALTED
CRUDE BALANCE
E-0011/12 DESALTED
CRUDE BALANCE

PDC-0110

E-0012A/B HAGO INLET

PDC-0111

E-0013 LAGO INLET

TC-0112

E-0013 LAGO PA BYPASS

FC-0006
HC-0008
TC-0057

C-0001 DESALTED CRUDE


FEED
E-0014A-D VAC RES
BYPASS
C-0001 FEED
TEMPERATURE

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480017
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480017
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480017
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480017
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480018
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480018
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480019
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480019
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480019

Table III.2-1: Controllers of Preheat Train Section

TAG
NUMBER

SERVICE

PT-0001

G-0001A/B SUCTION

PT-0140

G-0001-A/B SUCTION

FT-0002-A
FT-0002-B
PT-0002
TT-0001
TT-0170
TT-0003
TT-0030
TT-0045
TT-0388
FT-0061-A
FT-0061-B
PT-0010

P&ID

E-0009A/B HAGO
OUTLET
E-0009A/B CRUDE
OUTLET
E-0009-A/B HAGO
OUTLET
G-0002A/B CRUDE MIN
FLOW
G-0002A/B CRUDE
DISCHARGE

SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480001
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480001
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480002
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480002
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480002
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480002
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480002
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480003
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480010
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480010
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480010
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480015
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480015

G-0002A/B DESALTED

SA-JER-DS011-

G-0001-A/B CRUDE MIN


FLOW
G-0001A/B CRUDE MIN
FLOW
G-0001-A/B CRUDE
DISCHARGE
G-0001-A/B CRUDE
SUCTION
G-0001-A/B CRUDE
SUCTION
E-0001 KERO OUTLET

UNITS

LL

Barg
Barg

0.5
482.82
460.3

Barg

39

55

70

75

165

143

barg

153
170

t/h
t/h

HH

0.9

t/h
t/h

663.82
597.4
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TAG
NUMBER

SERVICE

P&ID

CRUDE DISCHARGE

TRJR-480015

PDT-0122

G-0002A STRAINER

PDT-0127

G-0002B STRAINER

TT-0446
TT-0193
TT-0289

G-0002A/B DESALTED
CRUDE SUCTION
E-0014A-D VAC RES
AFTER BYPASS
E-0014A-D DESALTED
CRUDE OUTLET

UNITS

SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480015
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480015
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480015
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480019
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480019

LL

mbar

100

mbar

100

150

210

190

205

Table III.2-2: Alarms of Preheat Train Section

TAG NUMBER
FV-0175
FV-0002
PV-0007

SERVICE

P&ID

SLOPS FROM STORAGE

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480001

G-0001A/B MINIMUM FLOW


CONTROL
G-0001A/B CRUDE TO
DESALTER

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480002
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480002

HV-0001

E-0003A-D CRUDE BYPASS

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480004

HV-0003

E-0003A-D CRUDE INLET

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480004

TV-0016

E-0004A/B CRUDE BYPASS

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480005

FV-0003

C-0002 KERO PA FLOW RATE

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480008

PDV-0449

E-0007A-D KERO PA INLET

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480008

TV-0024

E-0007A-D KERO PA BYPASS

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480008

FV-0061

G-0002A/B CRU MIN FLOW

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480015

FV-0109
FV-0110

E-0012A/B DESALTED CRUDE


BALANCE
E-0011A/B DESALTED CRUDE
BALANCE

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480017
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480017

PDV-0110

E-0012A/B HAGO INLET

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480017

TV-0031

E-00012A/B HAGO PA
BYPASS

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480017

PDV-0111

E-0013 LAGO PA INLET

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480018

E-0013 LAGO PA BYPASS

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480018

TV-0112
FV-0006
HV-0008

C-0001 DESALTED CRUDE


FEED
011-E-0014A-D VAC RES
BYPASS

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480019
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480019

Table III.2-3: Control Valve of Preheat Train Section

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TAG NUMBER

SERVICE

P&ID

PZV-0078-A

SLOPS FROM STORAGE

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480001

PZV-0078-B

SLOPS FROM STORAGE

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480001

TZV-0013
TZV-0017

CRUDE COLD PREHEAT


TRAIN
CRUDE INTERMEDIATE
PREHEAT TRAIN

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480010
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480019

Table III.2-4: Relief Valves of Preheat Train Section

III.2.2. Desalter Train

PFD: SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450001 (Base Case).


The crude oil contents inorganic salts that can cause severe corrosion and fouling
problems. These salts are removed by emulsifying crude oil with wash water and
separating them in the desalter train. The desalter train comprises two stage
electrostatic desalting units (1st Stage Desalter D-0001 and 2nd Stage Desalter D-0002 13.5/12.5 barg and 145C) operating in series. Normally, both stage desalters are
operated in series, but the 1st stage and the 2nd stage desalter may be operated as a
single unit if the other desalter is shut down for maintenance.
The crude oil feed is injected with wash water and treated with a demulsifier chemical
upstream the cold preheat train, to promote desalting through contact of oil and water
phases.
After heating up the crude oil, this emulsion enters the 1st stage Desalter through an
inlet distribution header, where it is resolved by coalescence in a high voltage electrical
field and subsequently separated into two phases, crude oil and water. The cleaned oil
floats and exits the 1st stage desalter vessel via the outlet tray at the top of the desalter
and passes on to the 2nd stage desalter vessel. The water containing the
dissolved/wetted impurities (or brine) drops under gravity to the bottom of the desalter
where it is removed via the effluent water outlet header. Afterwards, the stream is
cooled down to 42 C through the E-0032A/B, air cooler A-0006 and E-0033, and finally
released to the Waste Water Treatment (Unit 651). The brine flow rate is regulated by
valve LDV-0089 which controls the crude/water interface level in the desalter (LDC0089).
Before entering the 2nd stage desalter vessel, wash water and demulsifying chemical
are injected into the crude oil stream. Then it is fed to the D-0002 through an inlet

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distribution header, where it is resolved by coalescence in a high voltage electrical field


and subsequently separated again. The water drops under gravity to the bottom of the
vessel where it is removed and recycled to the 1st stage via the level control valve LDV0092 and Desalter Recirculation Pumps G-0024A/B.
The mixing efficiency and hence salt content of the crude product is controlled by
mixing valves provided upstream of each desalter, PDV-0005 for the 1st stage and
PDV-0006 for the 2nd stage. They operate at constant differential pressure and help to
disperse water uniformly in the crude increasing contact between both phases.
Operating pressure at desalter outlet is controlled by PC-0007 which acts in a split
range on the PV-0007 located upstream of the E-0001, and FV-0006 in the Preflash
Column feed. It is essential to maintain the pressure in the desalter to prevent any
vaporization of the crude. In case of low pressure in the desalter (pump trip) the PC0007 will override FC-0006, via a low signal selector, and close the control valve FV0006. The operating pressure measure to the pressure controller is manually selected
by operator via hand switch HS-0007, pressure is measured from PT-0007 located
downstream D-0002, or from D-0001 by the midpoint of PT-0373A/B/C in case D-0002
is out of service. An alternative control for the desalter pressure is given by means of
manual selectors HS-0009A and HS-0009B, which will allow operator to control crude
flow rate at unit inlet by PV-0007 and control pressure in the crude desalter on FV0006.
The desalting or wash water is made of phenolic and non-phenolic stripped sour water,
and boiler feed water as back up. These streams feed the Desalting Water Surge Drum
D-0007 (50C, 1.0 barg). Phenolic stripped water feeds D-0007 (1 barg and 50C)
under flow control with controller FC-0171. Non-phenolic and Boiler Feed Water
streams feed D-0007 under flow control (FC-0059B and FC-0059A respectively), reset
by drum level control LC-0067 under split range mode. If level is decreasing, the nonphenolic water is fed to D-0007. In case level continues decreasing in the drum, the
split range will allows the BFW to feed it.
The desalting water is pumped by the Desalting Water Pumps G-0021A/B. The
desalting water is preheated in two exchangers, the E-0024 and E-0032A/B until 115 C
and sent under flow control to the crude oil feed (upstream the cold preheat train) and
to the 2nd stage Desalter inlet by action respectively on the flow control valves FV-0005
and FV-0060. In case of 2nd stage Desalter maintenance the fresh desalting water can
be sent to the 1st stage Desalter under flow control by FC-0004.

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The demulsifier chemical is pumped from Demulsifier Drum D-0031 by the Demulsifier
Pumps G-0030A/B (to G-0001A/B suction) and G-0031A/B (to E-0009 outlet). The
purpose of demulsifier is to help the desalter dehydration and salt removal efficiency,
and minimize the oil content in the water effluent. The dosing rate is controlled manually
by operator adjusting the pump stroke.
Reference P&IDs
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480010 through 480014
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480107 through 480112

TAG NUMBER

SERVICE

P&ID

PDC-0005

D-0001 MIXING VALVE

LDC-0089

D-0001 INTERFACE LEVEL

PDC-0006

D-0002 MIXING VALVE

LDC-0092

D-0002 INTERFACE LEVEL

FC-0004
FC-0005
FC-0060
FC-0059-A
FC-0059-B
FC-0171
LC-0067
PC-0311

DESALTING WATER TO D0001


DESALTING WATER TO E0001
DESALTING WATER TO D0002
D-0007 BFW FEED
D-0007 NON-PHENOLIC
WATER FEED
D-0007 PHENOLIC
STRIPPED WATER FEED
D-0007 DESALTING WATER
SURGE DRUM
D-0007 DESALTING WATER
SURGE DRUM

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480010
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480011
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480013
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480012
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480107
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480107
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480107
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480112
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480112
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480112
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480112
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480112

UNITS

SET POINT

bar

0.5

50

bar

0.5

50

t/h

73.5

t/h

31.5

t/h

73.5

t/h

t/h

t/h

105.0

50

barg

1.0

Table III.2-5: Controllers of Desalter Train Section

TAG NUMBER
LDT-0089
LDT-0090
LT-0113
PT-0373-A

SERVICE

P&ID

D-0001 DESALTER
INTERFACE LEVEL
D-0001 DESALTER
INTERFACE LEVEL
D-0001 DESALTER
LIQUID LEVEL
D-0001 1ST STG
DESALTER

SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480011
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480011
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480011
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480011

UNITS

LL

%
%

5.56

35

barg

6.5

27.8

72.2

HH

94.4

9.0

14.5

15.0

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TAG NUMBER
PT-0373-B
PT-0373-C
LDT-0092
LDT-0093
LT-0114
PT-0450-A
PT-0450-B
PT-0450-C
FT-0142-A
FT-0142-B
PDT-0200
PDT-0201
TT-0185
AT-0018
FT-0180-A
FT-0180-B
LT-0069
PT-0231

SERVICE

P&ID

D-0001 1ST STG


DESALTER
D-0001 1ST STG
DESALTER
D-0002 DESALTER
INTERFACE LEVEL
D-0002 DESALTER
INTERFACE LEVEL
D-0002 DESALTER
LIQUID LEVEL
D-0002 2ND STG
DESALTER
D-0002 2ND STG
DESALTER
D-0002 2ND STG
DESALTER
G-0024A/B
DISCHARGE
G-0024A/B
DISCHARGE
D-0001 CRUDE
MIXING VALVE
D-0002 CRUDE
MIXING VALVE
E-0033 BRINE OUTLET
TO BL
DESALTING WATER
pH
G-0021-A/B PRW
DISCHARGE
G-0021-A/B PRW
DISCHARGE
D-0007 DESALTING
WATER SURGE DRUM
D-0007 DESALTING
WATER SURGE DRUM

SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480011
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480011
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480012
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480012
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480012
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480012
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480012
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480012
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480013
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480013
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480010
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480013
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480109
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480111
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480111
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480111
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480112
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480112

UNITS

LL

HH

barg

6.5

9.0

14.5

15.0

barg

6.5

9.0

14.5

15.0

27.8

72.2

%
%

5.56

35

barg

6.5

14.5

15.0

barg

6.5

14.5

15.0

barg

6.5

14.5

15.0

t/h
t/h

94.4

27.75
24.98

barg

0.1

barg

0.1

47

5.0

t/h

42.57

t/h

7.5

38.31

12.42

barg

0.5

87.58

Table III.2-6: Alarms of Desalter Train Section

TAG NUMBER
LDV-0089
PDV-0005
LDV-0092
PDV-0006
FV-0004
FV-0005

SERVICE
D-0001 DESALTER
INTERFACE
D-0001 CRUDE MIXING
VALVE
D-0002 DESALTER
INTERFACE
D-0002 CRUDE MIXING
VALVE
DESALTING WATER TO D0001
DESALTING WATER TO E-

P&ID
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480010
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480010
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480013
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480013
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480107
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TAG NUMBER

SERVICE

P&ID

0001
FV-0060
FV-0059-A
FV-0059-B
FV-0171

DESALTING WATER TO D0002

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480107

D-0007 BFW FEED

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480112

D-0007 NON-PHENOLIC
WATER FEED
D-0007 PHENOLIC STRIPPED
WATER FEED

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480112
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480112

PV-0311-A

D-0007 BLANKETING

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480112

PV-0311-B

D-0007 VENT

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480112

Table III.2-7: Control Valve of Desalter Train Section

TAG NUMBER

SERVICE

P&ID

PZV-0001

D-0001 DESALTER

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480011

PZV-0002

D-0001 DESALTER

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480011

PZV-0003

D-0002 DESALTER

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480012

PZV-0004

D-0002 DESALTER

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480012

E-0033 CWR SHELL SIDE

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480109

TZV-0006
PZV-0049
PZV-0050

D-0007 DESALTING WATER


SURGE DRUM
D-0007 DESALTING WATER
SURGE DRUM

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480112
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480112

Table III.2-8: Relief Valves of Desalter Train Section

III.2.3. Preflash Column


PFD: SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450020 and SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450002 (Base Case).
After heating up the desalted crude through the intermediate preheat train, this is fed to
the Preflash Column C-0001 (3.7/3.9 barg and 137/188 C) under flow control by FC0006 which acts on FV-0006. Alternatively, the operator can select to control the crude
flow rate by means of FC-0001 with PV-0007, and control pressure in the desalter train
by PC-0007 acting on FV-0006.
There is the alternative to feed Wild naphtha from HDS Unit into the C-0001 instead of
the Atmospheric Column C-0002.

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The Preflash Column C-0001 recovers the light-ends from crude oil to reduce the
energy requirements and traffic in the distillation column. The total height of C-0001 is
26710 mm. The bottom section diameter is 7500 mm, and the main section diameter is
4200 mm. It has 19 trays with a stripping and a fractionation zone. The column
operating pressure varies from 3.9 barg (bottom) to 3.7 barg (top), and the operating
temperature from 188 C (bottom) to 137 C (top).
Medium pressure steam is used as stripping steam in the column. This is injected
continuously into the bottom of the column under flow control FC-0007. The normal flow
rate is 4.5 t/h.
The overhead vapor leaves the top at 137C; it is partially condensed through the E0004A/B and directed to the Preflash Reflux Drum D-0003 (at 110 C and 3.0 barg). In
the D-0003, the naphtha vapor and liquid are separated.
The vapor leaving from the D-0003 is partially condensed in two steps by the A-0002AF (air cooler) firstly, and then, it is totally condensed by the E-0021 (cooling water). The
liquid Naphtha recovered is mixed with the naphtha from the Atmospheric Column C0002, upstream E-0021, and sent to the Total Naphtha Drum D-0005. The D-0005
operates at 1.8 barg and 43C.
The preflash and atmospheric naphtha produces the total Straight Run (SR) Naphtha
which it is routed to the NHDT Unit by the Naphtha to NHDT Pumps G-0007A/B, under
flow control FC-0062, reset by the D-0005 level controller LC-0030.
The PC-0021 controls the pressure of the Preflash Reflux Drum D-0003, and therefore
the cut point of preflash naphtha; by opening and closing in split range the valves PV0038A/B in the Total Naphtha Drum D-0005. The controller vents non-condensable/gas
to the flare or enters fuel gas to maintain the pressure in D-0005 and D-0003. The D0003 pressure will be equals to D-0005 pressure plus the pressure drop of A-0002A-F/
E-0021 coolers and interconnecting pipes.
The Total Naphtha Drum D-0005 is provided with the pressure controller PC-0038. This
is an override control (with low signal selector) to ensure pressure in D-0005 does not
fall below vaporization pressure thus preventing flashing of the naphtha in the drum.
Under normal conditions, the lower signal selector selects the pressure from D-0003 for
controlling PV-0038A/B valves. But, as the pressure in D-0005 drops the set value (1.4
barg), the selector switches to signal from controller PC-0038. When pressure in D0005 is restored, the control returns to PC-0021 in D-0003.

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The temperature of the Preflash Reflux Drum D-0003 is controlled by TC-0016


bypassing the crude side of E-0004A/B, via TV-0016. If a lower temperature needs to
be achieved, the HV-0001 in the E-0003 crude bypass could be manually opened.
The liquid naphtha is sent back as reflux to the column C-0001 by the Preflash Reflux
Pumps G-0003A/B. The reflux flow rate is under flow control FC-0009, reset by the D0003 level controller LC-0004. The water condensed in the D-0003 is collected in a
boot, and then it is routed to Sour Water Recovery Drum D-0006 by gravity flow under
interface level control LDC-0008.
The topped crude is collected in the bottom of Preflash Column C-0001. Then, it is
pumped by the Preflash Bottom Pumps G-0004A/B and preheated through the hot
preheat train, which comprises six heat exchangers: E-0015A/B, E-0016A/B, E-0017
A/B, E-0018 A-D, E-0019 A-F and E-0020 A-F. Last, the topped crude is fed to Crude
Heater F-0001.
The bottom liquid level is controlled by LC-0003, which resets the flow master
controllers FC-0014A/ FC-0014B of the Crude heater F-0001. These control the total
flow of all the passes through the heater. To protect the pumps G-0004 A/B in the event
of very low flow rate, an independent flow controller FC-0008 opens the recirculation
valve for returning the crude to the column.
Reference P&IDs
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480020 through 480029
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480048 through 480051
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480142

TAG NUMBER

SERVICE

LC-0003

C-0001 PREFLASH COLUMN

FC-0008-A

G-0004A/B MINIMUM FLOW

FC-0009-A

G-0003A/B REFLUX
DISCHARGE

AC-0021

D-0003 AWS OUTLET

LC-0004

D-0003 PREFLASH REFLUX


DRUM

LDC-0008

D-0003 INTERFACE BOOT

PC-0021

D-0003 PREFLASH REFLUX


DRUM

P&ID
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480020
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480021
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480022
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480023
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480023
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480023
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480023

UNITS

SET POINT

50

t/h

471.2

t/h

54.7
6

50

70

barg

3.0

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TAG NUMBER
LC-0030
LDC-0032
PC-0038
FC-0062

SERVICE
D-0005 TOTAL NAPHTHA
DRUM
D-0005 INTERFACE BOOT
D-0005 TOTAL NAPHTHA
DRUM
G-0007A/B NAPHTHA TO
NHDT

FC-0049

E-0015A/B HVGO INLET

FC-0013

C-0002 HAGO PA RETURN

PDC-0146

E-0017A/B HAGO PA INLET

TC-0079
FC-0063-A
FC-0007

E-0017A/B HAGO PA
BYPASS
C-0003 C-0003 VACUUM
RESIDUE QUENCH
STRIPPING STEAM TO C0001

P&ID
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480050
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480050
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480050
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480051
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480024
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480026
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480026
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480026
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480027
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480142

UNITS

SET POINT

84

66

barg

1.4

t/h

152.1

t/h

181.5

t/h

664.6

bar

0.52

262

t/h

112.2

t/h

4.5

Table III.2-9: Controllers of Preflash Column Section

TAG NUMBER
PT-0A
PT-0B
PT-0C
TT-0058
FT-0008-A
FT-0008-B
PT-0451
FT-0009-B
LT-0004
LT-0006
TT-0118
FT-0026
LT-0028
LT-0030

SERVICE

P&ID

C-0001 TOP
NAPHTHA OUTLET
C-0001 TOP
NAPHTHA OUTLET
C-0001 TOP
NAPHTHA OUTLET
C-0001 TOP
NAPHTHA OUTLET
G-0004A/B MINIMUM
FLOW
G-0004A/B TOPPED
CRUDE
G-0004A/B CRUDE
DISCHARGE
G-0003A/B REFLUX
DISCHARGE
D-0003 PREFLASH
REFLUX DRUM
D-0003 PREFLASH
REFLUX DRUM
E-0021 NAPHTHA
OUTLET
D-0005 VAPOR TO
FLARE
D-0005 TOTAL
NAPHTHA DRUM
D-0005 TOTAL

SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480020
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480020
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480020
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480020
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480021
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480021
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480021
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480022
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480023
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480023
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480049
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480050
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480050
SA-JER-DS011-

UNIT
S

LL

HH

Barg

4.1

4.5

Barg

4.1

4.5

Barg

4.1

4.5

142
473.1
3

t/h
t/h

426.2
9

barg

34.4

t/h

15.61

38.89

83.3
3

11.11

48

t/h
%
%

6.0
76

92

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TAG NUMBER

PT-0100
LDT-0032
LDT-0033
AT-0013
TT-0195
TT-0389
FT-0063-B
TT-0194
TT-0356

SERVICE

P&ID

NAPHTHA DRUM

TRJR-480050

D-0005 TOTAL
NAPHTHA DRUM
D-0005 INTERFACE
BOOT
D-0005 INTERFACE
BOOT
NAPHTHA TO NHDT
ASTM D86 95%
E-0015A/B HVGO
+MVGO INLET
E-0015A/B HVGO
+MVGO INLET
C-0003 VACUUM
RESIDUE QUENCH
STRIPPING STEAM
TO C-0001
STRIPPING STEAM
TO C-0001

SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480050
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480050
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480050
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480051
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480024
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480024
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480027
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480142
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480142

UNIT
S

LL

barg

0.8

2.9

%
%
C

140

265

275

t/h

67.8

245

300

205

Table III.2-10: Alarms of Preflash Column Section

TAG NUMBER

SERVICE

P&ID

FV-0008

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480021

LDV-0008

G-0004A/B MINIMUM FLOW


G-0003A/B REFLUX FLOW
RATE
D-0003 BOOT INTERFACE

FV-0009

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480022
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480023

LDV-0032

D-0005 BOOT INTERFACE

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480050

PV-0038-A

D-0005 BLANKETING

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480050

PV-0038-B

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480050

FV-0049

D-0005 VENT
G-0007A/B NAPHTHA TO
NHDT
E-0015A/B HVGO INLET

FV-0013

C-0002 HAGO PA RETURN

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480026

PDV-0146

E-0017A/B HAGO PA INLET

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480026

TV-0079

E-0017A/B HAGO PA BYPASS


C-0003 VACUUM RESIDUE
QUENCH
E-0018A-D VACUUM RESIDUE
BYPASS
STRIPPING STEAM TO C0001

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480026

FV-0062

FV-0063
TV-0057
FV-0007

HH

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480051
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480024

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480027
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480027
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480142

Table III.2-11: Control Valve of Preflash Column Section

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TAG NUMBER
PZV-0005-A
PZV-0005-B
PZV-0006
PZV-0007
PZV-0008
TZV-0001
PZV-0014
PZV-0015

SERVICE
C-0001 PREFLASH
COLUMN
C-0001 PREFLASH
COLUMN
C-0001 PREFLASH
COLUMN
D-0003 PREFLASH REFLUX
DRUM
D-0003 PREFLASH REFLUX
DRUM
E-0021 CWR TUBE SIDE
D-0005 TOTAL NAPHTHA
DRUM
D-0005 TOTAL NAPHTHA
DRUM

P&ID
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480020
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480020
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480020
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480023
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480023
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480049
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480050
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480050

Table III.2-12: Relief Valves of Preflash Column Section

III.2.4. Crude Heater

PFD: SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450002 (Base Case).


The topped crude enters into the Crude Heater F-0001, where is heated up to 366 C
and partially vaporized until 33%wt for the atmospheric distillation.
The F-0001 consists of two radiant cells and a common convection section above the
arch. It is equipped with 20 hearth burners in total, 10 burners in line per cell. Low NOx
burners are used. The heater is fired with fuel gas and is designed to reach a minimum
fuel efficiency of 92%. No steam/air decoking system is required, only pigging facilities
are provided.
The crude is routed to two cells and divided into eight passes (four passes per cell).
The flow control on each pass, FC-00015 A-H, is designed to maintain a variable
distribution of mass flow into each pass with two objectives: achieve an overall fired
heater flow set point and achieve equal pass outlet temperature. The software signal
from each FC (dedicated to each pass) is sent in case of passes from A to D to one
summing device and for passes E to H to another summing device to totalize and
average the total flow. The two generated total average flow software signal (FC0014A/FC-0014B) are reset by the level controller signal of the Preflash Column (LC0003).

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At the heater outlet the four passes are routed as individual branches to the transfer
line. The average temperature of the four process outlets of each cell is controlled by
temperature controllers (TC-0097AA/TC-0097BA) which set the setpoint of the demand
controller FC-0069/FC-0076 for cell A and cell B respectively and the air /fuel ratio
system control. In order to prevent the fuel gas pressure lower than the safety level, the
signal from heat demand controller FC-0069/0076 is overridden by the minimum
pressure controller PC-0136B/0196B via the high selector PY-0136/0196 which
manipulate the control valve FV-0069/0076.
During start-up operation, the fuel gas pressure is controlled by PC-0136A/0196A which
manipulate the small control valve PV-0136/0196 for cell A and cell B respectively.
A correct air/fuel ratio (or excess O2) is essential for energy efficient operation. In the
crude heater, the O2 concentration is measured and controlled by AC-0001 and AC0002 which regulates the air/fuel ratio for cell A and cell B respectively. The low air/fuel
ratio alarm will alert the operator to correct in order to avoid sub-stoichiometric firing.
Furthermore, the low-low air/fuel ratio will activate the minimum firing trip on the heater.
The air flow controller FC-0074/0070 is the main tool to control the desired air/fuel ratio.
Heat demand controllers 011-FC-0069/0076 manipulate the FVs. To prevent the main
fuel pressure dropping below the minimum pressure, one pressure controller per cell
PC-0136B/0196B will override the heat demand controller output in case the pressure is
lower than the setpoint.
The dampers PV-0395A/B in the two takeoffs to the stack operate as one; they are
used to control a slight negative arch pressure by PC-0395, regulating the pass of the
flue gases.
The flue gases from the Crude and Vacuum Heaters (F-0001/ F-0002) are joined
together and routed to an air preheat system. To recover heat from the flue gas, the air
preheat system is provided with three Combustion Air Forced fan (K-0002 A/B/C), one
Flue Gas Induced Fan (K-0003), a Steam/Air Preheater (011-E-0041), and an Air
Preheater (E-0040) to transfer the heat from the flue gas to the combustion air. The air
enters K-0002 A/B/C (two operating and one spare); through the Air Filter S-0013A-D,
passes through the air preheating system, and it is divided into four streams for cell A
and B of the crude and vacuum heaters. These streams are controlled by the Fuel/Air
Ratio System using the flow venturis and dampers en each line. Therefore, the
combustion air flow will maintain ratio to the fuel gas flow.

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The temperature at Steam/Air Preheater outlet is controlled by TC-0223 which


manipulates the control valve TV-0223 in the steam side.
The skin metal temperature of the Air Preheater E-0040 is measured by TI-0032A/B/C
in three different locations. The lowest of the three temperatures is controlled by TC0032 which manipulates the bypass control valve of air preheater. At the air preheater
outlet header the air pressure is measured and controlled by PC-0160 which sets and
equal opening to the suction throttle dampers PV-0160A/B/C of running forced draft
fans (K-0002 A/B/C).
The flue gas from both cells is routed to a common stack located on top of F-0001,
usually operating on balanced draft. A damper in the stack allows flue gas bypass
around the Air Preheater E-0040 and K-0003, with the objective of keeping the heaters
running in case K-0003 or E-0040 failure, operating then in forced draft.
Normally the Flue Gas Induced Fan (K-0003) is used to create a draft at the base of
stack. The stack damper HV-0015 is normally closed. Stack base draft is controlled by
PC-0159 throttling the K-0003 suction valve PV-0159. In case of failure of the ID fan,
the UC-0332 will switch balanced draft to forced draft mode.
Part of the F-0001 convection section is used also to superheat Low Pressure Steam
from LPS header. This is used as stripping steam in the Atmospheric Column (C-0002),
HAGO Stripper (C-0006) and LAGO Stripper (C-0005).
The Desuperheater DS-0001 has been provided to maintain stripping steam
temperature from F-0001 to column C-0002, C-0005 and C-0006 at 350C. The
temperature downstream of the desuperheater is controlled by action of the controller
TC-0043 which acting on BFW control valve TV-0043.
Reference P&IDs
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480030 through 480042
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480115 through 480117
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480121
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480169 and 480270
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480311 and 480312

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TAG NUMBER
FC-0015-A
FC-0015-B
FC-0015-C
FC-0015-D
FC-0015-E
FC-0015-F
FC-0015-G
FC-0015-H
TC-0097-AA
TC-0097-A
TC-0097-B
TC-0097-C
TC-0097-D
TC-0097-BA
TC-0097-E
TC-0097-F
TC-0097-G
TC-0097-H
FC-0021
TC-0043
FC-0069
PC-0136-A
PC-0136-B
FC-0076
PC-0196-A
PC-0196-B

SERVICE

P&ID

F-0001 CRUDE PASS 1


INLET
F-0001 CRUDE PASS 2
INLET
F-0001 CRUDE PASS 3
INLET
F-0001 CRUDE PASS 4
INLET
F-0001 CRUDE PASS 5
INLET
F-0001 CRUDE PASS 6
INLET
F-0001 CRUDE PASS 7
INLET
F-0001 CRUDE PASS 8
INLET
F-0001 CRUDE OUTLET
CELL WEST
F-0001 CRUDE PASS 1
OUTLET
F-0001 CRUDE PASS 2
OUTLET
F-0001 CRUDE PASS 3
OUTLET
F-0001 CRUDE PASS 4
OUTLET
F-0001 CRUDE OUTLET
CELL EAST
F-0001 CRUDE PASS 5
OUTLET
F-0001 CRUDE PASS 6
OUTLET
F-0001 CRUDE PASS 7
OUTLET
F-0001 CRUDE PASS 8
OUTLET
F-0001 STRIPPING STEAM
TO C-0002
DS-0001 BFW (STEAM
TEMPERATURE)
F-0001 FUEL GAS FEED
WEST
F-0001 FUEL GAS FEED
WEST
F-0001 FUEL GAS FEED
WEST
F-0001 FUEL GAS FEED
EAST
F-0001 FUEL GAS FEED
EAST

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480030
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480030
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480031
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480031
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480032
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480032
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480033
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480033
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480034
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480034
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480035
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480036
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480037
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480038
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480038
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480039
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480040
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480041
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480042
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480042
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480115
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480115
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480115
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480116
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480116

F-0001 FUEL GAS FEED

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-

UNITS

SET POINT

t/h

138.4

t/h

138.4

t/h

138.4

t/h

138.4

t/h

138.4

t/h

138.4

t/h

138.4

t/h

138.4

367

366.5

366.5

366.5

366.5

367

366.5

366.5

366.5

366.5

t/h

20.2

350

t/h

3.302

barg

0.12

barg

2.2

t/h

3.302

barg

0.12

barg

2.2

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TAG NUMBER

SERVICE

P&ID

EAST

480116

AC-0001

F-0001 FLUE GAS O2%

AC-0002

F-0001 FLUE GAS O2%

PC-0395

F-0001 STACK

FC-0070
FC-0074
HC-0015
PC-0159

COMBUSTION AIR TO F0001


COMBUSTION AIR TO F0001
F-0001/F-0002 HEATERS
DRAFT
F-0001/0002 HEATERS
DRAFT

PC-0160

E-0040 AIR OUTLET

TC-0032

E-0040 FLUE GAS

TC-0223

E-0041 COMB AIR OUTLET

FC-0014-A
FC-0014-B
FC-0033-A
FC-0033-B

F-0001 CRU INLET CELL


WEST
F-0001 CRU INLET CELL
EAST
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE CELL
WEST
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE CELL
EAST

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480117
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480117
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480117
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480121
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480121
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480121
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480121
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480121
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480121
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480121
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480311
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480311
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480312
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480312

UNITS

SET POINT

mmH2O

-2.5

t/h
t/h

mmH2O

-13

mmH2O
C

175

75

t/h

138.4

t/h

138.4

t/h

83.9

t/h

83.9

Table III.2-13: Controllers of Crude Heater Section

TAG NUMBER
FT-0015-AA
FT-0015-AB
FT-0015-AC
FT-0015-BA
FT-0015-BB
FT-0015-BC
FT-0015-CA
FT-0015-CB
FT-0015-CC

SERVICE

P&ID

F-0001 CRUDE PASS 1


INLET
F-0001 CRUDE PASS 1
INLET
F-0001 CRUDE PASS 1
INLET
F-0001 CRUDE PASS 2
INLET
F-0001 CRUDE PASS 2
INLET
F-0001 CRUDE PASS 2
INLET
F-0001 CRUDE PASS 3
INLET
F-0001 CRUDE PASS 3
INLET
F-0001 CRUDE PASS 3
INLET

SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480030
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480030
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480030
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480030
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480030
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480030
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480031
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480031
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480031

UNITS

LL

t/h

55.64

82.96

t/h

55.64

82.96

t/h

55.64

82.96

t/h

55.64

82.96

t/h

55.64

82.96

t/h

55.64

82.96

t/h

55.64

82.96

t/h

55.64

82.96

t/h

55.64

82.96

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TAG NUMBER
FT-0015-DA
FT-0015-DB
FT-0015-DC
FT-0015-EA
FT-0015-EB
FT-0015-EC
FT-0015-FA
FT-0015-FB
FT-0015-FC
FT-0015-GA
FT-0015-GB
FT-0015-GC
FT-0015-HA
FT-0015-HB
FT-0015-HC
TT-0097-A
TT-0100-A
TT-0097-B
TT-0100-B
TT-0097-C
TT-0100-C
TT-0097-D
TT-0100-D
TT-0097-E
TT-0100-E
TT-0097-F

SERVICE

P&ID

F-0001 CRUDE PASS 4


INLET
F-0001 CRUDE PASS 4
INLET
F-0001 CRU PASS 4
INLET
F-0001 CRUDE PASS 5
INLET
F-0001 CRUDE PASS 5
INLET
F-0001 CRUDE PASS 5
INLET
F-0001 CRUDE PASS 6
INLET
F-0001 CRUDE PASS 6
INLET
F-0001 CRUDE PASS 6
INLET
F-0001 CRUDE PASS 7
INLET
F-0001 CRUDE PASS 7
INLET
F-0001 CRUDE PASS 7
INLET
F-0001 CRUDE PASS 8
INLET
F-0001 CRUDE PASS 8
INLET
F-0001 CRUDE PASS 8
INLET
F-0001 CRUDE PASS 1
OUTLET
F-0001 CRUDE PASS 1
OUTLET
F-0001 CRUDE PASS 2
OUTLET
F-0001 CRUDE PASS 2
OUTLET
F-0001 CRUDE PASS 3
OUTLET
F-0001 CRU PASS 3
OUTLET
F-0001 CRU PASS 4
OUTLET
F-0001 CRU PASS 4
OUTLET
F-0001 CRU PASS 5
OUTLET
F-0001 CRU PASS 5
OUTLET
F-0001 CRU PASS 6
OUTLET

SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480031
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480031
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480031
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480032
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480032
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480032
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480032
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480032
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480032
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480033
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480033
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480033
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480033
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480033
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480033
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480034
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480034
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480035
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480035
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480036
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480036
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480037
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480037
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480038
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480038
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480039

UNITS

LL

/h

55.64

82.96

t/h

55.64

82.96

t/h

55.64

82.96

t/h

55.64

82.96

t/h

55.64

82.96

t/h

55.64

82.96

t/h

55.64

82.96

t/h

55.64

82.96

t/h

55.64

82.96

t/h

55.64

82.96

t/h

55.64

82.96

t/h

55.64

82.96

t/h

55.64

82.96

t/h

55.64

82.96

t/h

55.64

82.96

372

C
C

390
372

C
C

390
372

C
C

390
372

C
C

390
372

C
C

HH

390
372

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TAG NUMBER
TT-0100-F
TT-0097-G
TT-0100-G
TT-0097-H
TT-0098
TT-0100-H
TT-0043
TT-0091
TT-0359
TT-0360
PT-0131
PT-0132
PT-0136
PT-0138
PDT-0142
PDT-0143
PT-0386
PT-0443
PT-0191
PT-0192
PT-0193
PT-0196
PDT-0197
PDT-0198
PT-0390
PT-0393

SERVICE

P&ID

F-0001 CRU PASS 6


OUTLET
F-0001 CRU PASS 7
OUTLET
F-0001 CRU PASS 7
OUTLET
F-0001 CRUDE PASS 8
OUTLET
F-0001 CRUDE PASS 1
TO 8 CONNECTION
F-0001 CRUDE PASS 8
OUTLET

SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480039
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480040
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480040
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480041
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480041
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480041
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480042
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480042
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480042
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480042
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480115
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480115
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480115
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480115
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480115
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480115
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480115
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480115
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480116
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480116
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480116
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480116
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480116
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480116
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480116
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480116

DS-0001 BFW
F-0001 STRIPPING
STEAM OUTLET
F-0001 STRIPPING
STEAM TO C-0002
F-0001 STRIPPING
STEAM TO C-0002
F-0001 FUEL GAS
FEED
F-0001 PILOT GAS
FEED
F-0001 FUEL GAS
FEED
F-0001 PILOT GAS
FEED
F-0001 PILOT GAS
FEED
F-0001 FUEL GAS
FEED
F-0001 FUEL GAS
FEED
F-0001 PILOT GAS
FEED
F-0001 PILOT GAS
FEED
F-0001 PILOT GAS
FEED
F-0001 FUEL GAS
FEED
F-0001 FUEL GAS
FEED
F-0001 PILOT GAS
FEED
F-0001 FUEL GAS
FEED
F-0001 FUEL GAS
FEED
F-0001 PILOT GAS
FEED

UNITS

LL

HH
390

372

390

372

361

371

390

360

403

345

155

barg

0.05

2.2

barg

0.4

1.4

barg

0.15

1.95

barg

0.6

1.2

bar

0.15

bar

0.15

barg

0.1

4.0

barg

0.1

4.0

barg

0.4

1.4

barg
barg

0.6

1.2

0.05

barg

2.2
0.15

1.95

bar

0.15

bar

0.15

barg

0.1

4.0

barg

0.1

4.0

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TAG NUMBER
PT-0150-A

PT-0150-B

PT-0150-C
PT-0396
PT-0397-A
PT-0397-B
PT-0397-C

SERVICE
F-0001 CRU HTR
RADIANT HEADER
BOX
F-0001 CRU HTR
RADIANT HEADER
BOX
F-0001 CRU HTR
RADIANT HEADER
BOX
F-0001 CRUDE
HEATER
F-0001 RADIANT
HEADER BOX
F-0001 RADIANT
HEADER BOX
F-0001 RADIANT
HEADER BOX

FT-0070-A

COMB AIR TO F-0001

FT-0070-B

COMB AIR TO F-0001

FT-0070-C

COMB AIR TO F-0001

FT-0074-A

COMB AIR TO F-0001

FT-0074-B

COMB AIR TO F-0001

FT-0074-C

COMB AIR TO F-0001

PDT-0156
PT-0158
PT-0161
TT-0032-A
TT-0032-B
TT-0032-C
TT-0225
AT-0040
AT-0045-A
AT-0045-B
PDT-0394

K-0003 FLUE GAS


INDUCED FAN
F-0001/ F-0002
HEATERS STACK
E-0040 COMBUSTION
AIR OUTLET
E-0040 FLUE GAS
(SKIN)
E-0040 FLUE GAS
(SKIN)
E-0040 FLUE GAS
(SKIN)
COMB AIR DUCT TO F0001/0002
HEATER AIR FILTER
F-0001/ 0002 INTAKE
AIR
F-0001/ 0002 INTAKE
AIR
HEATER AIR FILTER

P&ID

UNITS

SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480117

HH

mmH2O

-11

-1

SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480117

mmH2O

-11

-1

SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480117

mmH2O

-11

-1

SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480117
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480117
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480117
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480117
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480121
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480121
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480121
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480121
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480121
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480121
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480121
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480121
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480121
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480121
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480121
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480121
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480121
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480270
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480270
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480270
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480270

LL

mmH2O

-10

mmH2O

-11

-1

mmH2O

-11

-1

mmH2O

-11

-1

t/h

17.13

24.47

t/h

17.13

24.47

t/h

17.13

24.47

t/h

17.13

24.47

t/h

17.13

24.47

t/h

17.13

24.47

mmH2O

10

mmH2O

-30

mmH2O

20

123

123

123

170

230
95

bar

Table III.2-14: Alarms of Crude Heater Section

10

10

0.013

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TAG NUMBER

SERVICE

P&ID

FV-0015-A

F-0001 CRUDE PASS 1 INLET

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480030

FV-0015-B

F-0001 CRUDE PASS 2 INLET

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480030

FV-0015-C

F-0001 CRUDE PASS 3 INLET

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480031

FV-0015-D

F-0001 CRUDE PASS 4 INLET

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480031

FV-0015-E

F-0001 CRUDE PASS 5 INLET

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480032

FV-0015-F

F-0001 CRUDE PASS 6 INLET

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480032

FV-0015-G

F-0001 CRUDE PASS 7 INLET

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480033

FV-0015-H

F-0001 CRUDE PASS 8 INLET

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480033

FV-0021

F-0001 STRIPPING STEAM TO


C-0002

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480042

TV-0043

DS-0001 BFW

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480042

FV-0069

F-0001 FUEL GAS FEED

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480115

PV-0136

F-0001 FUEL GAS FEED

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480115

FV-0076

F-0001 FUEL GAS FEED

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480116

PV-0196

F-0001 FUEL GAS FEED

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480116

PV-0395-A

F-0001 STACK DAMPER

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480117

PV-0395-B

F-0001 STACK DAMPER

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480117

FV-0070

COMBUSTION AIR TO F-0001

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480121

FV-0074

COMBUSTION AIR TO F-0001

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480121

HV-0015

F-0001/F-0002 DRAFT

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480121

PV-0159

K-0003 FLUE GAS SUCTION

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480121

TV-0032

E-0040/E-0041 AIR BYPASS

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480121

TV-0223

LP STEAM TO E-0041

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480121

PV-0160-B

E-0040 AIR DUCT TO F-0001

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480269

PV-0160-A

E-0040 AIR DUCT TO F-0001

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480269

PV-0160-C

E-0040 AIR DUCT TO F-0001

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480269

Table III.2-15: Control Valve of Vacuum Heater Section

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TAG NUMBER
PZV-0009
PZV-0010

SERVICE
F-0001 STRIPPING STEAM
OUTLET
F-0001 STRIPPING STEAM
OUTLET

P&ID
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480042
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480042

Table III.2-16: Relief Valves of Crude Heater Section

III.2.5. Crude Distillation

PFD: SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450002 (Base Case).


The partially vaporized crude enters the Atmospheric Column C-0002 at the flash zone.
Column total height is 60950 mm and has 57 trays. From tray #1 to #48 column
diameter is 7800 mm and from tray #49 to tray #57 diameter is 5400 mm. Bottom
internal stripping section diameter is 4800 mm. The feed inlet nozzle is located between
trays #6 and #7. It includes a tangential distributor to correctly distribute vapor and
adequately de-entrain heaviest components. Atmospheric column operating pressure
varies from 1.6 barg (bottom) to 1.0 barg (top), and operating temperature from 354 C
(bottom) to 119 C (top).
In addition, the wild naphtha from the LP & HP HDS is processed in the Atmospheric
Column. As the quality of these products is similar to a combined cut Naphtha + KERO,
the wild naphtha is routed to the LAGO pumparound return line. Alternatively, the wild
naptha could be sent to the inlet of Preflash Column C-0001.
The crude distillation column is equipped with fractionation sections and pumparound
sections with conventional trays to obtain the different crude cuts. These correspond to
the following section arrangement, from top to bottom:

Naphtha / Kerosene fractionation zone

Kerosene pumparound zone

Kerosene / LAGO fractionation zone

LAGO pumparound zone

LAGO / HAGO fractionation zone

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HAGO pumparound zone

HAGO / FEED fractionation zone

Bottom Stripping zone

III.2.5.1. Overhead
The overhead vapor leaves the top at 119 C and condenses partially through the E0003A-D. Then, it is totally condensed and cooled down in the A-0001A-H to 65C and
directed to the CDU Reflux Drum D-0004 (at 03 barg and 65C). In the D-0004, the
water is separated from the naphtha.
The produced naphtha is pumped by the CDU Reflux Pumps 011-G-0005 A/B to be
mixed with the Naphtha from Preflash Column C-0001 and directed through the E-0021
to the Total Naphtha Drum D-0005. Finally, the naphtha is pumped to the Naphtha
Hydrotreating unit (NHDT) by Pumps G-0007 A/B, under flow control FC-0062, reset by
the level controller LC-0030.
Part of the naphtha flow is sent back as reflux to the column C-0002 under flow control
FC-0019. The naphtha cut point is controlled by overhead temperature control TC0101, which reset the reflux flow (FC-0019). The separated water is collected in the D0004 boot. Then, it is directed to the Sour Water Recovery Drum D-0006 by gravity flow
under interface level control LDC-0026.
Each lateral product cut is sent to a side stripper (C-0004 Kerosene Stripper, C-0005
LAGO Stripper, and C-0006 HAGO Stripper). They are either stripped with superheated
LP steam (for LAGO and HAGO) or reboiled (for KERO) to strip out the light ends. The
stripping steam is feeding to the LAGO and HAGO Stripper under flow control by FC0027 and FC-0028, respectively.
Likewise, striping steam is injected continuously at the bottom of the column C-0002
under flow control by FC-0021. The LP steam is supplied form LPS header and
superheated through the convection zone of the Crude Heater F-0001.
The liquid level on the C-0004 Kerosene Stripper, C-0005 LAGO Stripper, and C-0006
HAGO Stripper is maintained by LC-0034, LC-0038 and LC-0040, respectively. These
controllers act on the valves in the product stream from the column C-0002.

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KERO and LAGO cuts are then sent to LP HDS Unit/ Storage by Kerosene product
Pumps G-0009A/B and LAGO Product Pumps G-0011A/B respectively, and HAGO to
the HP HDS Unit/ Storage by HAGO Product Pumps G-0013A/B. Because these units
have reboiled (KERO) or steam stripping section of the effluents, there is no need to dry
KERO, LAGO and HAGO products out of the distillation column before being sent to
storage. The KERO, LAGO and HAGO products are under flow control FC-0039, FC0140 and FC-0120 respectively.
The column has 3 pumparound (KERO, LAGO and HAGO) allowing to extract heat at
several thermal levels for crude preheat trains, and to provide heat for column reboiling
in the fractionation section of NHDT (Unit 111), as well as for the Kerosene Stripper.
Considering the required duty/temperature level the following heating media are used:

Naphtha Splitter Reboiler 111-E-0009: LAGO pumparound

Naphtha Stripper Reboiler 111-E-0007 & Kerosene Stripper Reboiler 011-E0022: HAGO pumparound

III.2.5.2. Kerosene
The Kerosene pumparound (KERO PA) is drawn off at tray #44. Kerosene Pumparound
Pump, G-0008 A/B, circulates it through the exchangers E-0007A-D in the crude feed
preheat train and returns to tray # 48. The KERO PA flow is maintained under flow
control by FC-0003. The level of the KERO draw-off tray is controlled by LC-0010 which
acts on flow control FC-0018 in the pumback reflux line of the G-0008A/B.
A part of the draw-off is cascaded to the Kerosene Stripper, C-0004 (1.1 barg and
187C). This side stripper is equipped with ten two-pass trays and reboiler section to revaporization of light ends increasing the Naphtha recovery rate. Liquid from bottom tray
is falling to reboiler sump area, and vapor from E-0022 reboiler return is entering from
the opposite side of the C-0004 side stripper. The reboiling duty of C-0004 is controlled
thanks to a temperature-flow cascade controller on E-0022. Temperature in the KERO
stripper is controlled by TC-0121 acting on FC-0125.
The KERO PA system condenses the Kerosene fraction; the duty removal in this
section determines the Naphtha/KERO separation. A hot bypass across E-0007A-D is
available to control the required KERO PA return temperature through controller TC0024.

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The stripped Kerosene from the C-0004 bottom is pumped by the Kerosene Product
Pump G-0009A/B though the heat exchangers E-0008 and E-0001 of the crude preheat
train, and cooler E-0023, to reduce the temperature before sending to BL.
III.2.5.3. LAGO
LAGO pumparound (LAGO PA) is drawn off at tray #30. LAGO Pumparound Pump, G0010 A/B, circulates it through the exchanger E-0013 in the crude feed preheat train
and the NHDT Naphtha Splitter Reboiler 111-E-0009 (Unit 111), and returns to the
column at tray #34.
A part of the draw-off is cascaded to the LAGO Stripper, C-0005 (1.3/1.2 barg and
243/234C). This side stripper is equipped with six two-pass trays and steam stripped to
enhance the Kerosene recovery rate. The LAGO PA system condenses the LAGO
fraction; the duty removal in this section determines the KERO/LAGO separation.
A hot bypass across E-0013 is available to control the required LAGO PA return
temperature through controller TC-0112. The reboiling duty of Naphtha Splitter, 111-C0002, is controlled thanks to a temperature-flow cascade controller on 11-E-0009.
Temperature in the NHDT Splitter is controlled by 111-TC-0109 acting on 111-FV-0028.
LAGO PA control loop in Unit 111 is always in operative conditions and 111-E-0009 is
used during normal operation as it is designed to give the duty required for the 100%
capacity (12.5 Gcal/h).
The LAGO PA flow rate going to the NHDT Naphtha Splitter Reboiler should be
maintained at around of 385 t/h by adjusting the set point of flow controller 111-FC0028 and the bypass flow through PDV-0385 that bypass circulation through 111-E0009 is 316 t/h. The total LAGO PA flow rate is maintained under flow control by FC0023. The level of the LAGO draw-off tray is controlled by LC-0013 which acts on flow
control FC-0024 in the pumback reflux line of the G-0010A/B.
The stripped LAGO from the C-0005 bottom is pumped by the LAGO Product Pump G0011A/B though the heat exchangers E-0011A/B, E-0006 and E-0024 of the crude
preheat train and coolers A-0003A/B and E-0034, in order to reduce the temperature
before sending to BL.

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III.2.5.4. HAGO
HAGO pumparound (HAGO PA) is drawn off at tray #15. HAGO Pumparound Pump, G0012 A/B, circulates it through the NHDT Naphtha Stripper Reboiler 111-E-0007 (Unit
111) and return to CDU/VDU unit going to exchangers: E-0022 (KERO Stripper
Reboiler); E-0017 A/B in the crude feed preheat train and finally returns to the column
at tray #19.
A part of the draw-off is cascaded to the HAGO Stripper, C-0006 (1.3 barg and 305 C).
During normal operation, the HAGO pumparound flow to the Naphtha Stripper Reboiler
111-E-0007 is made by adjusting the flow controller 111-FC-0021 which is setting at
598 t/h and the bypass flow through PDV-0384 that bypass circulation through 111-E0007 is 67 t/h. The total HAGO PA flow rate is maintained under flow control by FC0013. The level of the HAGO draw-off tray is controlled by LC-0016 which acts on flow
control FC-0022 in the pumback reflux line of the G-0012A/B.
To avoid interferences between the flow controllers of CDU/VDU unit and NHDT unit in
the HAGO pumparound line, it could be required to adjust 111-FC-0021 set point to
598.1 t/h, being the HAGO outlet temperature in this case 287 C in order to maintain
the same duty.
The HAGO PA system condenses the HAGO fraction; the duty removal in this section
determines the LAGO/HAGO separation. A hot bypass across E-0017 A/B is available
to control the required HAGO PA return temperature through controller TC-0079.
The stripped HAGO from the C-0006 bottom is pumped by the HAGO Product Pump G0013A/B though the heat exchangers E-0012A/B, E-0009A/B and E-0002 of the crude
preheat train and coolers A-0004 and E-0035, in order to reduce the temperature before
sending to BL.
III.2.5.5. Atmospheric Residue
The Atmospheric residue is collected in the bottom of the C-0002. Then, it is pumped by
the Atmospheric Residue Pumps G-0014 A/B to the Vacuum Heater F-0002. The
bottom liquid level is controlled by LC-0020, which resets the vacuum heater flow
master controller FC-0033A/B. These control the total flow of all the passes through the
heater. To protect the pumps in the event of very low flow rate, an independent flow

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controller FC-0032 opens the recirculation valve FV-0032 for returning the Atmospheric
Residue to the column.
An external overflash draw-off is implemented to measure the overflash flow rate. With
this measurement it is possible to verify the fractionation between HAGO and
Atmospheric Residue.
Reference P&IDs
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480043 through 480047
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480052 through 480066

TAG NUMBER

SERVICE

FC-0018

C-0002 KERO REFLUX

FC-0019

C-0002 NAPHTHA REFLUX

FC-0023

C-0002 LAGO PA RETURN

LC-0010
TC-0101

C-0002 ATMOSPHERIC
COLUMN TRAY 44
C-0002 NAPHTHA TOP
OUTLET

FC-0022

C-0002 HAGO REFLUX

FC-0024

C-0002 LAGO REFLUX

LC-0013
LC-0016
LC-0020

C-0002 ATMOSPHERIC
COLUMN TRAY 30
C-0002 ATMOSPHERIC
COLUMN TRAY 15
C-0002 ATMOSPHERIC
COLUMN BOTTOM

AC-0019

D-0004 SOUR WATER pH

LC-0024

D-0004 CDU REFLUX DRUM

LDC-0026

D-0004 INTERFACE BOOT

PC-0033

D-0004 CDU REFLUX DRUM

FC-0025

G-0005-A/B NAPHTHA
DISCHARGE

FC-0125

E-0022 HAGO PA INLET

LC-0034

C-0004 KERO STRIPPER

PDC-0046

E-0022 HAGO PA BYPASS

TC-0121

E-0022 KERO OUTLET

P&ID
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480043
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480043
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480043
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480043
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480043
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480044
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480044
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480044
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480044
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480044
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480046
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480046
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480046
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480046
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480047
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480052
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480052
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480052
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-

UNITS

SET POINT

t/h

133.4

t/h

97.2

t/h

700.8

50

119

t/h

228.8

t/h

194.7

50

50

50
6

83

60

barg

0.3

t/h

74.4

t/h

214.6

50

bar

1.0

214

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TAG NUMBER

SERVICE

FC-0027

C-0005 STRIPPING STEAM

LC-0038

C-0005 LAGO STPR

FC-0028

C-0006 STRIPPING STEAM

LC-0040

C-0006 HAGO STPR

FC-0029

E-0023 KERO OUTLET TO


STORAGE

FC-0118

KERO TO LP HDS

FC-0030

E-0034 LAGO OUTLET TO


STORAGE

FC-0119

LAGO TO LP HDS

FC-0140

E-0034 LAGO OUTLET

FC-0120

E-0035 HAGO OUTLET

FC-0032-A
HC-0020
PC-0446
PDC-0384
PDC-0385

G-0014-A/B C-0002 ATM RES


REC
VAC RESIDUE FROM 011-G0018-A/B
HAGO+LVGO TO BL
HAGO PA FROM/TO NHDT
UNIT 111
LAGO PA FROM/TO NHDT
UNIT 111

P&ID
480052
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480054
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480054
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480056
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480056
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480058
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480058
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480060
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480060
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480060
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480062
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480066
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480066
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480132
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480134
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480140

UNITS

SET POINT

t/h

2.4

50

t/h

2.2

50

t/h

13.4

t/h

120.1

t/h

12

t/h

108.3

t/h

120.3

t/h

108.9

t/h

240

t/h

559.7

barg

7.0

bar

2.3

bar

2.5

Table III.2-17: Controllers of Crude Distillation Section

TAG NUMBER
LT-0010

LT-0012
PT-0029-A
PT-0029-B
PT-0029-C
TT-0245
LT-0013

SERVICE
C-0002
ATMOSPHERIC
COLUMN TRAY 44
C-0002
ATMOSPHERIC
COLUMN TRAY 44
C-0002 NAPHTHA
TOP OUTLET
C-0002 NAPHTHA
TOP OUTLET
C-0002 NAPHTHA
TOP OUTLET
C-0002 NAPHTHA
TOP OUTLET
C-0002
ATMOSPHERIC
COLUMN TRAY 30

P&ID

UNITS

SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480043

SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480043

5.5

barg

SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480043
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480043
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480043
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480043
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480044

LL

26.5

70

0.6

0.8

1.6

2.1

barg

0.6

0.8

1.6

2.1

barg

0.6

0.8

1.6

2.1

C
%

142
28.8

87.5

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TAG NUMBER
LT-0015

LT-0016

LT-0018

LT-0020

LT-0021
FT-0114
LT-0022
LT-0024
TT-0120
TT-0363
TT-0366

SERVICE
C-0002
ATMOSPHERIC
COLUMN TRAY 30
C-0002
ATMOSPHERIC
COLUMN TRAY 15
C-0002
ATMOSPHERIC
COLUMN TRAY 15
C-0002
ATMOSPHERIC
COLUMN BOTTOM
C-0002
ATMOSPHERIC
COLUMN BOTTOM
D-0004 VAPOR TO
FLARE
D-0004 CDU REFLUX
DRUM
D-0004 CDU REFLUX
DRUM
C-0004 KERO TO C0002
C-0005 STRIPPING
STEAM
C-0006 STRIPPING
STEAM

TT-0130

E-0023 KERO OUTLET

TT-0323

E-0034 LAGO OUTLET

TT-0325
FT-0032-B
PDT-0035
PDT-0065
PT-0427

E-0035 HAGO
OUTLET
G-0014-A/B ATM
RESIDUE
RECIRCULATION
G-0014A SUCTION
STRAINER
G-0014B SUCTION
STRAINER
HAGO PA FROM
NHDT UNIT 111

P&ID

UNITS

LL

SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480044

5.63

SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480044

SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480044

SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480044

SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480044

SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480046
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480046
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480046
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480052
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480054
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480056
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480058
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480060
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480062
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480066
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480066
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480066
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480134

28.5

86.8

20

80

5.3

95

t/h
%

HH

5.4
5

72.5

92.5
200

345

345

48

55

55

t/h

239.4

mbar

100

mbar

100
9.8

Table III.2-18: Alarms of Crude Distillation Section

TAG NUMBER

SERVICE

P&ID

FV-0018

C-0002 KERO REFLUX

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480043

FV-0019

C-0002 NAPHTHA REFLUX

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480043

FV-0023

C-0002 LAGO PA RETURN

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480043

FV-0022

C-0002 HAGO REFLUX

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480044

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TAG NUMBER

SERVICE

P&ID

FV-0024

C-0002 LAGO REFLUX

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480044

LDV-0026

D-0004 INTERFACE BOOT

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480046

PV-0033-A

D-0004 BLANKETING

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480046

PV-0033-B

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480046

FV-0125

D-0004 VENT
G-0005-A/B NAP
DISCHARGE TO E-0021
E-0022 HAGO PA INLET

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480052

LV-0034

C-0004 KERO STRIPPER

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480052

PDV-0046

E-0022 HAGO PA BYPASS

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480052

FV-0027

C-0005 STRIPPING STEAM

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480054

LV-0038

C-0005 LAGO STRIPPER

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480054

FV-0028

C-0006 STRIPPING STEAM

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480056

LV-0040

C-0006 HAGO STRIPPER


E-0023 KERO OUTLET TO
STORAGE
KERO TO LP HDS
E-0034 LAGO OUTLET TO
STORAGE
LAGO TO LP HDS

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480056

FV-0025

FV-0029
FV-0118
FV-0030
FV-0119
FV-0120
FV-0032
HV-0020
PV-0446-A
PV-0446-B
PDV-0384
PDV-0385

E-0035 HAGO OUTLET


G-0014A/B ATM RESIDUE
RECIRCULATION
VAC RESIDUE FROM G0018A/B
HAGO+LVGO TO BL
HAGO+LVGO TO STORAGE
HAGO PA FROM/TO NHDT
UNIT 111
LAGO PA FROM/TO NHDT
UNIT 111

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480047

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480058
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480058
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480060
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480060
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480062
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480066
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480066
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480132
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480132
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480134
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480140

Table III.2-19: Control Valve of Crude Distillation Section

TAG NUMBER
PZV-0046-A
PZV-0046-B
PZV-0046-C
PZV-0046-D
PZV-0046-E

SERVICE
C-0002 ATMOSPHERIC
COLUMN
C-0002 ATMOSPHERIC
COLUMN
C-0002 ATMOSPHERIC
COLUMN
C-0002 ATMOSPHERIC
COLUMN
C-0002 ATMOSPHERIC
COLUMN

P&ID
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480043
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480043
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480043
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480043
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480043

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TAG NUMBER

PZV-0011-A

SERVICE
C-0002 ATMOSPHERIC
COLUMN
C-0002 ATMOSPHERIC
COLUMN
C-0002 ATMOSPHERIC
COLUMN
D-0004 CDU REFLUX DRUM

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480046

PZV-0011-B

D-0004 CDU REFLUX DRUM

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480046

PZV-0012

D-0004 CDU REFLUX DRUM

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480046

TZV-0002

E-0023 CWR TUBE SIDE

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480058

PZV-0046-F
PZV-0046-G
PZV-0047

P&ID
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480043
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480043
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480043

TZV-0011

E-0034 CWR TUBE SIDE

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480060

PZV-0068-A

E-0035 HAGO SHELL SIDE

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480062

PZV-0068-B

E-0035 HAGO SHELL SIDE

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480062

TZV-0012

E-0035 CWR TUBE SIDE

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480062

Table III.2-20: Relief Valves of Crude Distillation Section

III.2.6. Vacuum Heater

PFD: SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450003 (Base Case).


The atmospheric residue from the CDU enters into the Vacuum Heater F-0002 where is
partially vaporized to 30%wt and heated to 407 C in order to meet the Vacuum Column
C-0003 flash zone conditions.
The F-0002 consists of two radiant cells with a combined overhead convection section
above the arch. The heater is equipped with 16 hearth burners in total, 8 burners in line
per cell. Each radiant chamber has eight forced draft burners. Low NOx burners are
used.
The heater is fired with fuel gas and is designed in order to reach a minimum fuel
efficiency of 92%. No steam/air decoking system is required, only pigging facilities are
provided.
Besides the normal refinery fuel gas, also low pressure off gas proceeding from the
Amine Absorber Column (C-0007) is burned in the heater providing about 15% of its
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The entering atmospheric residue is routed to two cells and divided into eight passes
(four passes per cell). For each pass dilution steam is injected into the feed which
initiates vaporization under flow control FC-0036 A-H. Flow control on each pass, FC0034 A-H, is designed to maintain a variable distribution of mass flow into each pass
with three objectives: achieve an overall fired heater flow set point, achieve equal pass
outlet temperature and control the ratio of the steam flow to atmospheric residue flow
per pass. The software signal from each FC (dedicated to each pass) is sent in case of
passes from A to D to one summing devices and for passes E to H to another summing
device to totalize and average the total flow. The two generated total average flow
software signal (FC-0033A/FC-0033B) are reset by the level controller signal of the
Crude Column (LC-0020) and is shared to be sent back to each pass flow controller. A
hand switch button HS-0005 is foreseen to divert the LC-0020 signal to reset the
Vacuum residue to storage flow controller (FC-0053) in case of VDU shutdown.
At the heater outlet the four passes are routed as individual branches to the transfer
line. The average temperature of the four process outlets of each cell is controlled by
temperature controllers (TC-0140AA/TC-0140BA) which set the set point of the demand
controller FC-0080/FC-0084 for cell A and cell B respectively and the air /fuel ratio
system control. In order to prevent the fuel gas pressure lower than the safety level, the
signal from heat demand controller FC-0080/0084 is overridden by the minimum
pressure controller PC-0213B/0230B via the high selector PY-0213/0230 which
manipulate the control valve FV-0080/0084.
During start-up operation, the fuel gas pressure is controlled by PC-0213A/0230A which
manipulates the smaller control valve PV-0213/0230 for cell A and cell B respectively.
A correct air/fuel ratio (or excess O2) is essential for energy efficient operation. In the
vacuum heater, the O2 concentration is measured in 2 locations at the arch of each
radiation cell. O2 measured value for cell A and cell B fed into the respective O2
controller by AC-0006 and AC-0007. The safe and economic excess O2 concentration
can be controlled thru setting an air/fuel ratio correction parameter. A low air/fuel ratio
alarm will alert the operator to correct in order to avoid sub-stoichiometric firing.
Furthermore, the low-low air/fuel ratio will activate the min firing trip on the heater. The
air flow controller FC-0075/0077 is the main tool to control the desired air/fuel ratio.
Heat demand controllers 011-FC-0080/0084 manipulate the FVs. To prevent the main
fuel pressure dropping below the min. pressure, one PC min controller per cell PC0213B/0230B will override the heat demand controller output in case the pressure is
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The top of the convection section, above the feed preheat coil, is used to superheat the
Low Pressure Steam (partly produced in the Steam Drum D-0011), which is used as
stripping steam in the Vacuum Column, C-0003. A desuperheater DS-0002 has been
provided to maintain stripping steam temperature from F-0002 to column C-0003 at 350
C. The temperature downstream of the desuperheater is controlled by action of the
controller TC-0049 which acting on BFW control valve TV-0049.
Steam Drum D-0011 is fed with Boiler Feed Water coming from battery limit under level
control LC-0065. Stripping steam is partially generated by means of natural circulation
through the E-0031A/B (steam generator). Pressure in the D-0011 is controlled by PC0094 acting on control valves PV-0049A and PV-0049B in a split range strategy. LP
steam is injected into the steam line to the heater under pressure control PC-0332. To
control the BFW quality, a small flow of water is purged continuously and flashed in the
Blowdown Drum, D-0013 (0.3 and 107C). The condensate is cooled by service water
and discharged to the oily water sewer. A conditioning chemical is added to the BFW by
the Phosphate Injection Package X-0006.
The damper PV-0408 in the duct is used to control a slight negative arch pressure by
PC-0408, regulating the pass of the flue gases.
The flue gases from the convection section of F-0002 are conducted to the stack base
of the Crude Heater, F-0001. Refer to section III.2.4.
Reference P&IDs
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480067 through 480079
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR- 480105
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480118 through 480120
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480121

TAG NUMBER
FC-0034-A
FC-0034-B
FC-0036-A
FC-0036-B
FC-0034-C

SERVICE

P&ID

F-0002 ATM RESIDUE


PASS 1 INLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 2 INLET
F-0002 DILUTION STEAM
PASS 1 INLET
F-0002 DILUTION STEAM
PASS 2 INLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 3 INLET

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480067
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480067
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480067
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480067
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480068

UNITS

SET
POINT

t/h

84

t/h

84

t/h

1.1

t/h

1.1

t/h

84

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TAG NUMBER
FC-0034-D
FC-0036-C
FC-0036-D
FC-0034-E
FC-0034-F
FC-0036-E
FC-0036-F
FC-0034-G
FC-0034-H
FC-0036-G
FC-0036-H
TC-0140-AA
TC-0140-A
TC-0140-B
TC-0140-C
TC-0140-D
TC-0140-BA
TC-0140-E
TC-0140-F
TC-0140-G
TC-0140-H
TC-0049

SERVICE

P&ID

F-0002 ATM RESIDUE


PASS 4 INLET
F-0002 DILUTION STEAM
PASS 3 INLET
F-0002 DILUTION STEAM
PASS 4 INLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 5 INLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 6 INLET
F-0002 DILUTION STEAM
PASS 5 INLET
F-0002 DILUTION STEAM
PASS 6 INLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 7 INLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 8 INLET
F-0002 DILUTION STEAM
PASS 7 INLET
F-0002 DILUTION STEAM
PASS 8 INLET
F-0002 OUTLET CELL
WEST
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 1 OUTLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 2 OUTLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 3 OUTLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 4 OUTLET
F-0002 OUTLET CELL
EAST
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 5 OUTLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 6 OUTLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 7 OUTLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 8 OUTLET
DS-0002 STRIPPING
STEAM

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480068
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480068
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480068
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480069
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480069
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480069
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480069
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480070
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480070
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480070
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480070
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480071
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480071
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480072
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480073
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480074
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480075
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480075
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480076
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480077
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480078
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480079
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480118
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480118
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480118
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480119

FC-0080

F-0002 FUEL GAS FEED

PC-0213-A

F-0002 FUEL GAS FEED

PC-0213-B

F-0002 FUEL GAS FEED

FC-0084

F-0002 FUEL GAS FEED

UNITS

SET
POINT

t/h

84

t/h

1.1

t/h

1.1

t/h

84

t/h

84

t/h

1.1

t/h

1.1

t/h

84

t/h

84

t/h

1.1

t/h

1.1

407

407

407

407

407

407

407

407

407

407

350

barg

1.802

barg

0.05

barg

2.3

barg

1.802

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TAG NUMBER

SERVICE

PC-0230-A

F-0002 FUEL GAS FEED

PC-0230-B

F-0002 FUEL GAS FEED

AC-0006

F-0002 FLUE GAS O2%

AC-0007

F-0002 FLUE GAS O2%

PC-0408
FC-0075
FC-0077

UNITS

SET
POINT

barg

0.05

barg

2.3

mmH2O

-2.5

P&ID

F-0002 VACUUM HEATER


STACK
COMBUSTION AIR TO F0002
COMBUSTION AIR TO F0002

LC-0065

D-0011 STEAM DRUM

PC-0094

D-0011 STEAM DRUM

PC-0332

F-0002 LPS SUPPLY

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480119
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480119
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480120
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480120
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480120
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480121
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480121
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480105
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480105
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480105

t/h
t/h
%

50

barg

2.6

barg

2.3

Table III.2-21: Controllers of Vacuum Heater Section

TAG NUMBER
FT-0034-AA
FT-0034-AB
FT-0034-AC
FT-0034-BA
FT-0034-BB
FT-0034-BC
FT-0037-A
FT-0037-B
FT-0034-CA
FT-0034-CB
FT-0034-CC
FT-0034-DA
FT-0034-DB

SERVICE

P&ID

F-0002 ATM RESIDUE


PASS 1 INLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 1 INLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 1 INLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 2 INLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 2 INLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 2 INLET
F-0002 DILUTION
STEAM PASS 1 INLET
F-0002 DILUTION
STEAM PASS 2 INLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 3 INLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 3 INLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 3 INLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 4 INLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 4 INLET

SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480067
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480067
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480067
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480067
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480067
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480067
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480067
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480067
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480068
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480068
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480068
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480068
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480068

UNITS

LL

t/h

47.51

50.33

t/h

47.51

50.33

t/h

47.51

50.33

t/h

47.51

50.33

t/h

47.51

50.33

t/h

47.51

50.33

t/h

660

t/h

660

t/h

47.51

50.33

t/h

47.51

50.33

t/h

47.51

50.33

t/h

47.51

50.33

t/h

47.51

50.33

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TAG NUMBER
FT-0034-DC
FT-0037-C
FT-0037-D
FT-0034-EA
FT-0034-EB
FT-0034-EC
FT-0034-FA
FT-0034-FB
FT-0034-FC
FT-0037-E
FT-0037-F
FT-0034-GA
FT-0034-GB
FT-0034-GC
FT-0034-HA
FT-0034-HB
FT-0034-HC
FT-0037-G
FT-0037-H
TT-0140-A
TT-0148-A
TT-0140-B
TT-0148-B
TT-0140-C
TT-0148-C
TT-0140-D

SERVICE

P&ID

F-0002 ATM RESIDUE


PASS 4 INLET
F-0002 DILUTION
STEAM PASS 3 INLET
F-0002 DILUTION
STEAM PASS 4 INLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 5 INLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 5 INLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 5 INLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 6 INLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 6 INLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 6 INLET
F-0002 DILUTION
STEAM PASS 5 INLET
F-0002 DILUTION
STEAM PASS 6 INLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 7 INLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 7 INLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 7 INLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 8 INLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 8 INLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 8 INLET
F-0002 DILUTION
STEAM PASS 7 INLET
F-0002 DILUTION
STEAM PASS 8 INLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 1 OUTLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 1 OUTLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 2 OUTLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 2 OUTLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 3 OUTLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 3 OUTLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 4 OUTLET

SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480068
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480068
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480068
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480069
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480069
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480069
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480069
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480069
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480069
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480069
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480069
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480070
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480070
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480070
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480070
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480070
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480070
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480070
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480070
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480071
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480071
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480072
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480072
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480073
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480073
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480074

UNITS

LL

t/h

47.51

50.33

t/h

660

t/h

660

t/h

47.51

50.33

t/h

47.51

50.33

t/h

47.51

50.33

t/h

47.51

50.33

t/h

47.51

50.33

t/h

47.51

50.33

t/h

660

t/h

660

t/h

47.51

50.33

t/h

47.51

50.33

t/h

47.51

50.33

t/h

47.51

50.33

t/h

47.51

50.33

t/h

47.51

50.33

t/h

660

t/h

660

412

C
C

430
412

C
C

430
412

C
C

HH

430
412

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TAG NUMBER
TT-0148-D
TT-0140-E
TT-0148-E
TT-0140-F
TT-0148-F
TT-0140-G
TT-0148-G
TT-0140-H
TT-0148-H
TT-0049
TT-0447
PT-0207
PT-0210
PT-0212
PT-0213
PDT-0215
PDT-0216
PT-0219
PDT-0223
PT-0400
PT-0410
PT-0225
PT-0226
PT-0229
PT-0230
PDT-0237

SERVICE

P&ID

F-0002 ATM RESIDUE


PASS 4 OUTLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 5 OUTLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 5 OUTLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 6 OUTLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 6 OUTLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 7 OUTLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 7 OUTLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 8 OUTLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 8 OUTLET
DS-0002 STRIPPING
STEAM
F-0002 STRIPPING
STEAM OUTLET
F-0002 VENT GAS
FEED
F-0002 PILOT GAS
FEED
F-0002 FUEL GAS
FEED
F-0002 FUEL GAS
FEED
F-0002 PILOT GAS
FEED
F-0002 FUEL GAS
FEED
F-0002 PILOT GAS
FEED
F-0002 VENT GAS
FEED
F-0002 PILOT GAS
FEED
F-0002 FUEL GAS
FEED
F-0002 PILOT GAS
FEED
F-0002 PILOT GAS
FEED
F-0002 FUEL GAS
FEED
F-0002 FUEL GAS
FEED
F-0002 VENT GAS
FEED

SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480074
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480075
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480075
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480076
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480076
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480077
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480077
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480078
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480078
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480079
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480079
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480118
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480118
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480118
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480118
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480118
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480118
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480118
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480118
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480118
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480118
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480119
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480119
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480119
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480119
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480119

UNITS

LL

430

412

430

412

430

412

430

412

430

340

360
401

barg

0.1

1.0

barg

0.7

1.1

barg

0.1

barg

4.0
0.15

1.95

bar

0.15

bar

0.15

barg

HH

0.4

1.4

bar

0.05

barg

0.1

4.0

barg

0.05 /
0.2

2.2

barg

0.4

1.4

barg
barg
barg
bar

0.7

1.1

0.1

4.0
0.15

1.95
0.05

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TAG NUMBER
PT-0238
PDT-0242
PDT-0243
PT-0403
PT-0406
PT-0248-A
PT-0248-B
PT-0248-C
PT-0407
PT-0411-A
PT-0411-B
PT-0411-C
FT-0075-A
FT-0075-B
FT-0075-C
FT-0077-A
FT-0077-B
FT-0077-C

SERVICE

P&ID

F-0002 VENT GAS


FEED
F-0002 PILOT GAS
FEED
F-0002 FUEL GAS
FEED
F-0002 PILOT GAS
FEED
F-0002 FUEL GAS
FEED
F-0002 RADIANT
HEADER BOX
F-0002 RADIANT
HEADER BOX
F-0002 RADIANT
HEADER BOX
F-0002 VACUUM
HEATER
F-0002 RADIANT
HEADER BOX
F-0002 RADIANT
HEADER BOX
F-0002 RADIANT
HEADER BOX
COMBUSTION AIR TO
F-0002
COMBUSTION AIR TO
F-0002
COMBUSTION AIR TO
F-0002
COMBUSTION AIR TO
F-0002
COMBUSTION AIR TO
F-0002
COMBUSTION AIR TO
F-0002

SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480119
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480119
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480119
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480119
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480119
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480120
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480120
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480120
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480120
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480120
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480120
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480120
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480121
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480121
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480121
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480121
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480121
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480121
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480105
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480105
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480105
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480105

LT-0063

D-0011 STEAM DRUM

LT-0065

D-0011 STEAM DRUM


BFW FEED

PT-0227

F-0002 LPS FEED

PT-0382

D-0011 STEAM DRUM

UNITS

LL

barg

0.1

1.0

bar

0.15

bar

0.15

HH

barg

0.1

4.0

barg

0.05 /
0.2

2.2

mmH2O

-10

-1

mmH2O

-10

-1

mmH2O

-10

-1

mmH2O

-10

mmH2O

-10

-1

mmH2O

-10

-1

mmH2O

-10

-1

t/h

8.57

12.24

t/h

8.57

12.24

t/h

8.57

12.24

t/h

8.57

12.24

t/h

8.57

12.24

t/h

8.57

12.24

87.50

17.50 57.50

barg

2.2

barg

3.7

Table III.2-22: Alarms of Vacuum Heater Section

TAG NUMBER

SERVICE

P&ID

FV-0034-A

F-0002 ATM RESIDUE


PASS 1 INLET

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480067

FV-0034-B

F-0002 ATM RESIDUE

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480067

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TAG NUMBER

SERVICE

P&ID

PASS 2 INLET
FV-0036-A
FV-0036-B
FV-0034-C
FV-0034-D
FV-0036-C
FV-0036-D
FV-0034-E
FV-0034-F
FV-0036-E
FV-0036-F
FV-0034-G
FV-0034-H
FV-0036-G
FV-0036-H

F-0002 DILUTION STEAM


PASS 1 INLET
F-0002 DILUTION STEAM
PASS 2 INLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 3 INLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 4 INLET
F-0002 DILUTION STEAM
PASS 3 INLET
F-0002 DILUTION STEAM
PASS 4 INLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 5 INLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 6 INLET
F-0002 DILUTION STEAM
PASS 5 INLET
F-0002 DILUTION STEAM
PASS 6 INLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 7 INLET
F-0002 ATM RESIDUE
PASS 8 INLET
F-0002 DILUTION STEAM
PASS 7 INLET
F-0002 DILUTION STEAM
PASS 8 INLET

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480067
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480067
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480068
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480068
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480068
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480068
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480069
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480069
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480069
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480069
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480070
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480070
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480070
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480070

TV-0049

DS-0002 BFW FEED

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480079

FV-0080

F-0002 FUEL GAS FEED

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480118

PV-0213

F-0002 FUEL GAS FEED

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480118

FV-0084

F-0002 FUEL GAS FEED

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480119

PV-0230

F-0002 FUEL GAS FEED

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480119

PV-0408
FV-0075
FV-0077

F-0002 VACUUM HEATER


STACK
COMBUSTION AIR TO F0002
COMBUSTION AIR TO F0002

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480120
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480121
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480121

LV-0065

D-0011 BFW FEED

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480105

PV-0094-A

D-0011 LPS TO F-0002

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480105

PV-0094-B

D-0011 STEAM DRUM


VENT

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480105

PV-0332

F-0002 LPS SUPPLY

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480105

Table III.2-23: Control Valve of Vacuum Heater Section

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TAG NUMBER
PZV-0017
PZV-0018

SERVICE
F-0002 STRIPPING STEAM
OUTLET
F-0002 STRIPPING STEAM
OUTLET

P&ID
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480079
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480079

PZV-0028

D-0011 STEAM DRUM

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480105

PZV-0029

D-0011 STEAM DRUM

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480105

Table III.2-24: Relief Valves of Vacuum Heater Section

III.2.7. Vacuum distillation

PFDs: SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450003 and SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450021 (Base Case).


The partially vaporized atmospheric residue enters into the Vacuum Column C-0003 at
the flash zone. The technology implemented is wet vacuum distillation with injection
steam in the heater feed and stripping steam in the column bottom. A pre-condenser is
used before a classic top vacuum system, with three ejector stages and intercondensers.
The column C-0003 is equipped with structured packing between top and the flash zone
in order to limit the pressure drop and consequently to maximize vacuum in flash zone.
Column total height is 50150 mm. Top section diameter is 7000 mm, central section
diameter is 9000 mm, bottom stripping section diameter is 7200 mm and bottom section
diameter is 3800 mm. The feed inlet nozzle is a tangential distributor to correctly
distribute vapour and adequately de-entrain heaviest components and it is located
between trays #6 and #7. Vacuum column operating pressure varies from 127 mmHg
abs (bottom) to 85 mmHg abs (top), and operating temperature from 360 C (bottom) to
80 C (top).
The column is configured in order to be able to:

Withdraw 3 lateral cuts of distillates: LVGO, MVGO and HVGO, and vacuum
residue in the bottom. The MVGO and HVGO cuts will be blended in a single cut
that will feed the MHC/DHC

Limit the metal content in HVGO cut (wash oil section)

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Extract heat from the column

Column internals corresponds to the following section arrangement, from top to bottom:

LVGO pumparound zone.

LVGO/MVGO Fractionation zone

HVGO pumparound zone.

Washing section

Stripping section

III.2.7.1. Overhead
The overhead gases are directed to the Vacuum System Package, X-0001, consisting
of precondensers E-0025A-D, first stage ejectors J-0001A/B/C, inter-condenser E-0026,
second stage ejectors J-0002A/B/C, inter-condenser E-0027, third stage ejectors, J0003 A/B/C and aftercondenser E-0028.
The system is designed considering only two ejectors per stage are required for design
load (50% design capacity each), so one can be taken out of service for maintenance.
Likewise, the design capacity for inter-condensers E-0026, E-0027 and E-0028 are
150% normal capacity.
The ejectors compress the gases by venturi effect using medium pressure steam
(from MPS header) as motive fluid. The steam pressure is controlled by PC-0381 at the
common supply line. The vapor exhaust from ejectors is partially condensed in
intercondenser with cooling water, and the vapor phase is sent to the next ejector
stage.
The pressure in the flash zone of Vacuum Column is controlled by the PC-0072,
adjusting the spillback valve PV-0072 in the recirculation line from1st Stage Ejectors, J0001A/B/C to Precondenser E-0025A-D inlet. The recirculated vapor flow add load on
the precondenser (mainly non-condensables), reducing the suction capacity of the
ejectors and therefore increasing the column pressure.
The non-condensable gases (or Off Gas), including air and light hydrocarbon produced
by cracking in the heater, exits the vacuum system and are directed to the VDU Off Gas

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Seal Pot D-0009 (0.3 barg and 50C). The D-0009 is balanced with Vacuum System
Recovery Drum D-0008 via an equilibrium line. Also, the liquid trapped in Seal Pot
overflows to the D-0008.
The condensates from all condensers drain to Vacuum System Recovery Drum D-0008
(0.3 barg and 50C) via barometric legs, where recovered oil and sour water are
separated. Recovered oil is pumped by G-0020A/B, and blended with LVGO stream.
Recovered oil level in D-0008 is controlled by LC-0057 which resets flow controllers FC0153 and FC-0152 in a split range to distribute to HP HDS unit and storage.
Sour water collected in D-0008 is pumped by Vacuum System Sour Water Pump G0019 A/B under level control LC-0060 and injected into the CDU Sour Water Pump G0006 discharge line. Then, the sour water is sent to SWS Unit at BL.
III.2.7.2. LVGO
The LVGO pumparound and product are drawn off from the top chimney tray. The
draw-off liquid is pumped by the LVGO Pumps G-0015A/B back to the column and
through the E-0005 and the A-0005A/B. Most of the cooled liquid is returned to the top
of the LVGO bed as pumparound reflux. The remaining LVGO product is further cooled
in E-0029 and blended with the Recovered Oil (liquid hydrocarbons from the vacuum
system). This blend is mixed with the HAGO stream and it is sent to HP HDS
Unit/Storage.
The overhead column temperature is controlled at 80C by TC-0198 resetting the LVGO
pumparound flow controller (011-FC-0038). The pumpback reflux is under flow control
FC-0046. Total LVGO product flow rate is under level control by LC-0044 in cascade
with flow controller FC-0144. HAGO+LVGO sent to HP HDS unit is pressure controlled
by PC-0446 adjusting flow rate in the HAGO+LVGO stream to storage in a split range
strategy with control valves PV-0446A/B.
III.2.7.3. HVGO
The HVGO pumparound and product are drawn off from the column and pumped by the
HVGO Pumps G-0017A/B back to the column and through the E-0019A-F and E0016A/B. Pumpback reflux is under flow control 011-FC-0051. Most of the cooled liquid
is returned to the top of the HVGO bed as pumparound reflux under flow control FC0012.

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The temperature of pumparound is controlled by TC-0069 via bypass line of E-0019A- F


and E-0016A/B. The remaining HVGO product is blended with the MVGO. MVGO is
drawn off from the upper column section and pumped by the MVGO Pumps G0016A/B. This blend, after being cooled in the crude preheat train consisting of heat
exchangers E-0015 A/B and E-0010 A/B, is sent to the MHC/DHC unit and Storage.
The MVGO and HVGO streams are under flow control reset by the level controller on
the chimney tray of each product, FC-0155A reset by LC-0046 and FC-0049 reset by
LC-0048, respectively. HVGO sent to DHC/MHC unit is pressure controlled via PC-0338
by regulating the flow rate in the HVGO stream to storage.
A tempered water closed system is used for final rundown cooling of the HVGO through
E-0030A/B before sent to storage. HVGO stream to storage is temperature controlled
via TC-0173 by regulating the tempered water flow rate (FC-0073A). Tempered water
system is a closed loop; the water is pumped by the Tempered Water Pumps G-0022
A/B to the E-0030A/B, to cool down the HVGO stream. Then, the hot tempered water
(85C) is cooled down in A-0007A-F and returned to the suction of G-0022A/B. The cold
water temperature is controlled by TC-0230 split range with the A-0007A-F inlet and
bypass valve (TV-0230A/B).
The Tempered Water Drum D-0010 (Atm, 65C) is an expansion tank for variations of
water volume due to temperature changes. The drum is hydraulic balanced with the A0007A-F outlet. The level is controlled by LC-0010 which acts on the control valve in
BFW make-up line.
III.2.7.4. Vacuum Residue
In the stripping section at the column C-0003 bottom, the residue is stripped with
superheated low pressure steam at 150C.The steam is partially produced in the Steam
Drum D-0011 (2.6 barg and 140C) and E-0031A/B, and superheated in the convection
zone of Vacuum Heater. The stripping steam flow to the column is controlled by means
of FC-0056 in the injection line. The normal flow is 17.6 t/h.
The stripped vacuum residue product is collected in the bottom of the column C-0003,
which has been designed for minimum liquid hold-up time. Then, residue is pumped by
Vacuum Residue Pumps G-0018 A/B and cooled down to 205C through crude feed
preheat train including the heat exchangers: E-0020 A-F, E-0018 A-D, and E-0014 A-F,
before being sent to the DCU Unit.

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Provision has been made to recycle part of the cooled vacuum residue (after E-0018AD) as quench stream to the bottom of the vacuum column. The objective is to control
the bottom temperature by TC-0204 resetting the quench flow rate (FC-0063) in order
to eliminate incipient cracking.
The Vacuum Residue product is under flow control to split total flow rate to DCU and
storage by FC-0052 and FC-0053 respectively. The total flow is resetted by low signal
selector which compares the flow demanded as per level controller LC-0050 against the
flow rate demanded in the Coker Unit. The Vacuum Residue to storage is further cooled
down through E-0031A/B to reduce temperature until 180C. The outlet temperature is
controlled by TC-0175 regulating the control valve in the residue bypass of E-0031B.
The transferred heat is used to produce low pressure steam for column stripping, as
described in section III.2.6.
An external overflash draw-off external is implemented to measure the overflash flow
rate. With this measurement it is possible to reduce/increase the wash rate in order to
improve column performance and minimize the risk of coking.
Reference P&IDs
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480080 through 480089
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480096 through 480106
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480122 through 480124
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480141

TAG NUMBER

SERVICE

FC-0038

LVGO PA FROM A-0005

LC-0044
LC-0046
TC-0198
LC-0048
LC-0050
PC-0072
PC-0381
LC-0057

C-0003 VAC COLUMN


LVGO CHIMNEY TRAY
C-0003 VAC COLUMN
MVGO CHIMNEY TRAY
C-0003 OVERHEAD TO E0025
C-0003 VAC COLUMN
HVGO CHIMNEY TRAY
C-0003 VAC COLUMN
BOTTOM
C-0003 VAC COLUMN
FLASH ZONE
D-0024 MPS TO VAC
SYSTEM
D-0008 VACUUM SYSTEM
RECOVERY DRUM

P&ID
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480080
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480080
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480080
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480080
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480081
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480081
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480081
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480084
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480086

UNITS

SET
POINT

t/h

378.6

50

50

80

50

50

mmHg

103

barg

13.9

50

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TAG NUMBER
LC-0060
FC-0152
FC-0153
AC-0017

SERVICE

P&ID

D-0008 VACUUM SYSTEM


RECOVERY DRUM
G-0020A/B SLOP OIL TO
HEADER
G-0020A/B SLOP OIL TO
STORAGE
G-0019A/B SOUR WATER
pH

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480086
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480087
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480087
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480088
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480096
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480097
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480097
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480097
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480097
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480098
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480099
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480100
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480100
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480102
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480103
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480104
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480104
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480104
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480106
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480141
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480141
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480122
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480123
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480124

FC-0046

C-0003 LVGO REFLUX

TC-0369-A

A-0005A-D LVGO OUTLET

TC-0369-C

A-0005A-D LVGO OUTLET

TC-0369-E

A-0005A-D LVGO OUTLET

TC-0369-G

A-0005A-D LVGO OUTLET

FC-0144

LVGO TO HP HDS

FC-0155-A

G-0016A/B MVGO
PRODUCT

PC-0338

HOT HVGO TO DHC/MHC

TC-0173

COLD HVGO TO
STORAGE

FC-0051-A

S-0002 HVGO INLET

TC-0204

VAC RESIDUE TO G0018A/B

FC-0052

VAC RESIDUE TO DCU

FC-0053
TC-0175
FC-0056

VAC RESIDUE TO
STORAGE
E-0031A/B VAC RESIDUE
OUTLET
STRIPPING STEAM TO C0003

FC-0012

HVGO PA RETURN

TC-0069

HVGO PA RETURN

LC-0110
TC-0230
FC-0073-A

D-0010 TEMPERED
WATER DRUM
A-0007A-C TEMPERED
WATER OUTLET
G-0022A/B DISCHARGE

UNITS

SET
POINT

60

t/h

t/h

6.7

t/h

93.4

60

60

60

60

t/h

33.2

t/h

102

barg

13.3

90

t/h

84.2

360

t/h

314.6

t/h

34.9

180

t/h

17.6

t/h

791.9

267

50

65

t/h

213

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TAG NUMBER
LT-0044

LT-0046

LT-0053

LT-0054
PT-0067
PT-0305
TT-0205
LT-0048
LT-0050
LT-0051
LT-0052
LT-0126
PDT-0103
PT-0306
LT-0117
TT-0155
LT-0055

LT-0057

LT-0058

LT-0060
LT-0062

SERVICE
C-0003 VAC COLUMN
LVGO CHIMNEY
TRAY
C-0003 VAC COLUMN
MVGO CHIMNEY
TRAY
C-0003 VAC COLUMN
MVGO CHIMNEY
TRAY
C-0003 VAC COLUMN
LVGO CHIMNEY
TRAY
C-0003 VAC COLUMN
OVERHEAD
C-0003 VAC COLUMN
OVERHEAD
C-0003 VAC COLUMN
OVERHEAD
C-0003 VAC COLUMN
HVGO CHIMNEY
TRAY
C-0003 VAC COLUMN
BOTTOM
C-0003 VAC COLUMN
BOTTOM
C-0003 VAC COLUMN
HVGO CHIMNEY
TRAY
C-0003 VAC COLUMN
BOTTOM
C-0003 VAC COLUMN
WASH OIL SECTION
C-0003 VAC COL
FLASH ZONE
D-0024 MOTIVE
STEAM POT
D-0024 MOTIVE
STEAM POT OUTLET
D-0008 VACUUM
SYSTEM RECOVERY
DRUM
D-0008 VACUUM
SYSTEM RECOVERY
DRUM
D-0008 VACUUM
SYSTEM RECOVERY
DRUM WATER
D-0008 VACUUM
SYSTEM RECOVERY
DRUM WATER
D-0009 VDU OFF GAS
SEAL POT

P&ID

UNITS

SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480080

31.88

85.63

SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480080

41.43

90

SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480080

14.29

SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480080

6.25

SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480080
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480080
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480080
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480081
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480081
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480081
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480081
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480081
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480081
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480081
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480084
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480084

LL

barg

HH

127

barg

75

98

75

85

31.5

84.5

20.23

63.86

5.68

94.32

63.86

mmHg

0.6

mmHg

90

120
84.17

245

300

24

86

SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480086

SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480086

SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480086

SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480086

34.75

82.75

SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480089

69.23

92.31

6.25

8.75

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TAG NUMBER
PT-0083
TT-0168
TT-0039
TT-0349
FT-0155-A
FT-0155-B
TT-0202
PDT-0106
PDT-0107
FT-0051-B
PT-0041
PDT-0091
PDT-0108
PDT-0109
TT-0203
TT-0177
TT-0180
TT-0181
TT-0070
LT-0108
TT-0229
FT-0073-B
PDT-0024

SERVICE

P&ID

D-0009 VDU OFF GAS


SEAL POT OUTLET
A-0005A-D LVGO
OUTLET

SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480089
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480097
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480098
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480098
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480099
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480099
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480100
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480101
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480101
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480102
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480102
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480102
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480103
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480103
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480103
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480104
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480106
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480106
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480141
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480122

LVGO TO HP HDS
E-0029 LVGO SHELL
SIDE OUTLET
G-0016A/B MVGO
DISCHARGE
G-0016A/B MVGO
DISCHARGE
COLD HVGO TO
STORAGE
G-0017A HVGO
SUCTION
G-0017B HVGO
SUCTION
S-0002 HVGO INLET
S-0002 HVGO
OUTLET
S-0002 HVGO
REFLUX FILTER
G-0018A VAC
RESIDUE SUCTION
G-0018B VAC
RESIDUE SUCTION
VAC RESIDUE TO G0018A/B
VAC RESIDUE TO
STORAGE
STRIPPING STEAM
TO C-0003
STRIPPING STEAM
FROM F-0002
S-0001 HVGO PA
RETURN
D-0010 TEMPERED
WATER DRUM
A-0007A-D
TEMPERED WATER
OUTLET
G-0022A/B
DISCHARGE
S-0001 HVGO PA
FILTER

SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480123
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480124
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480141

UNITS

LL

barg

0.07

0.8

66

55

55

t/h
t/h

40.34
38.56

85

95

mbar

100

mbar

100

t/h

50.54

101.01

barg

4.0

bar

1.0

mbar

100

mbar

100

365

185

C
C

345
155

273

14.7

85.3

60

70

t/h

95

bar

Table III.2-26: Alarms of Vacuum Distillation Section

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TAG NUMBER

SERVICE

P&ID

FV-0038

LVGO PA FROM A-0005

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480080

PV-0072

C-0003 TOP SPILL BACK

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480084

PV-0381

D-0024 MPS TO VAC SYSTEM

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480084

FV-0152

G-0020A/B OIL TO SLOP


HEADER

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480087

FV-0153

G-0020A/B OIL TO STORAGE

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480087

LV-0060

D-0008 VACUUM SYSTEM


RECOVERY DRUM

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480088

FV-0046

C-0003 LVGO REFLUX

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480096

FV-0144

LVGO TO HP HDS

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480098

FV-0155

G-0016A/B MVGO PRODUCT

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480099

PV-0338

HOT HVGO TO DHC/MHC

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480100

TV-0173

COLD HVGO TO STORAGE

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480100

FV-0051

S-0002 HVGO INLET

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480102

LV-0050

C-0003 VAC COLUMN


BOTTOM

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480103

FV-0052

VAC RESIDUE TO DCU

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480104

FV-0053

VAC RESIDUE TO STORAGE

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480104

TV-0175
FV-0056

E-0031-B VAC RESIDUE


BYPASS
STRIPPING STEAM TO C0003

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480104
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480106

FV-0046

C-0003 LVGO REFLUX

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480096

FV-0012

HVGO PA RETURN

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480141

TV-0069

HVGO PA RETURN

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480141

LV-0110

D-0010 BFW MAKE-UP

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480122

TV-0230-A
TV-0230-B
FV-0073

A-0007A-C TEMPERED
WATER BYPASS
A-0007A-C TEMPERED
WATER INLET
G-0022A/B RECIRCULATION

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480123
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480123
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480124

Table III.2-27: Control Valve of Vacuum Distillation Section

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TAG NUMBER

SERVICE

P&ID

PZV-0019-A

C-0003 VACUUM COLUMN

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480080

PZV-0019-B

C-0003 VACUUM COLUMN

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480080

PZV-0019-C

C-0003 VACUUM COLUMN

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480080

PZV-0020

C-0003 VACUUM COLUMN

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480080

TZV-0003

E-0026/E-0027/E-0028 CWT

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480082

TZV-0014

E-0025A-D CWS

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480082

PZV-0024
PZV-0025

D-0008 VACUUM SYSTEM


RECOVERY DRUM
D-0008 VACUUM SYSTEM
RECOVERY DRUM

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480086
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480086

PZV-0086

G-0020A/B DISCHARGE

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480087

PZV-0087

G-0020A/B DISCHARGE

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480087

PZV-0069-A

E-0029 LVGO SHELL SIDE

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480098

PZV-0069-B

E-0029 LVGO SHELL SIDE

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480098

TZV-0004

E-0029 CWR TUBE SIDE

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480098

TZV-0005
PZV-0070
PZV-0075

E-0030A/B TEMPERED
WATER OUTLET
S-0002 HVGO REFLUX
FILTER
S-0001 HVGO PA FILTER

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480100
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480102
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480141

Table III.2-28: Relief Valves of Vacuum Distillation Section

III.2.8. Sour Water

PFDs: SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450020, SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450002 and SA-JERDS011-TRJR-450021 (Base Case).


The sour process water separated in the Preflash Reflux Drum D-0003, CDU Reflux
Drum D-0004 and Total Naphtha Drum D-0005 are sent by gravity flow to Sour Water
Recovery Drum D-0006. It operates at 0.3 barg and 62 C.
The water collected in the D-0006 is directed under level control LC-0080 to Sour Water
Stripping Unit (Unit 213) by CDU Sour Water Pumps G-0006 A/B. The sour water from
Vacuum System Recovery Drum D-0008 is added at G-0006 A/B discharge line before

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BL. The stripped water from Unit 213 is returned to CDU/VDU to be used as desalting
water.
Reference P&IDs
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480113 through 480114

TAG
NUMBER

SERVICE

P&ID

UNITS

SET
POINT

LC-0080

D-0006 SOUR WATER


RECOVERY DRUM

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480113

60

Table III.2-29: Controllers of Sour Water Section

TAG
NUMBER

SERVICE

P&ID

LT-0080

D-0006 SOUR WATER


RECOVERY DRUM

LT-0100

011-D-0006 INTERFACE

LT-0107

D-0006 SOUR WATER


RECOVERY DRUM

SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480113
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480113
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480113

UNITS

LL

36.67 86.19

60.63

HH

6.67

Table III.2-30: Alarms of Sour Water Section

TAG NUMBER

SERVICE

P&ID

LV-0080

D-0006 SOUR WATER


RECOVERY DRUM

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480114

Table III.2-31: Control Valve of Sour Water Section

III.2.9. Compressor / Amine Absorber

PFD: SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450021 (Base Case).


The sour gas, coming from vacuum system package X-0001 passes through the Off
Gas Compressor KO Drum, D-0016 (50C, 0.3barg). The purpose of D-0016 is to
separate any liquid condensed from the gas to prevent any damage to the downstream
compressor. The liquid collected (mainly water) in the drum is retired by a KO Drum
Hydro-ejector J-0004 and send to D-0008. The level in D-0016 is controlled by LC-0097
acting on LV-0097, which regulates the flow of motive fluid (sour water) to the hydroejector.

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From the D-0016, the sour gas enters the VDU Off-Gas Compressor, K-0001, to raise
pressure until 2.5 barg. The compressor is a positive displacement (rotary screw) type.
In order to ensure a stable operation of the compressor, the suction pressure is
controlled by means of PC-0308 acting on control valve PV-0308 in the gas recycle line.
This valve, in open position, also functions as an equalising valve when the compressor
is not running and during startup and shutdown.
After leaving the compressor, the gas is cooled down in the E-0036 from 122C to 42C
and runs into the Amine Absorber KO Drum D-0017 (41C, 2.1 barg). This gas/liquid
separator removes the condensed water after compression and cooling of the gas. The
liquid level is controlled by LC-0070, which opens the LV-0070 in the drain line. The
water is sent to the D-0008.
The compressed gas leaves the D-0017 from the top and is routed to the Amine
Absorber C-0007 (2 barg and 71C). This is a trayed column. Amine absorber is fed
with lean amine coming from Amine Regeneration Unit (Unit 203) under flow control
FC-0067 and washes the sour off gas to remove H2S. The sweetened gas product
stream leaves the absorber from the top under pressure control, by PC-0113, and is
routed to the Vacuum Heater F-0002 burners as fuel gas. The resultant rich amine is
pumped by Rich Amine Pump G-0023 A/B to the Amine Regeneration Unit (Unit 203),
under level control LC-0074 of the C-0007 bottom.
During an upset operation when K-0001 is shutdown, the untreated off-gas from VDU
Off Gas Seal Pot D-0009 will be bypassed and sent directly to flare header through a
line connected to the off-gas line to Vacuum Heater F-0002. The alignment of the ZVs
valves to bypass the compressor/absorber system is initiated automatically by the
compressor interlock.
Reference P&IDs
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480090 through 480095

TAG
NUMBER
LC-0097
PC-0308
LC-0070
FC-0067-A

SERVICE

P&ID

D-0016 OFF GAS


COMPRESSOR KO DRUM
D-0016 OFF GAS
COMPRESSOR KO DRUM
D-0017 AMINE ABSORBER
KO DRUM

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480090
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480090
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480093
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480094

C-0007 LEAN AMINE FEED

UNITS

SET
POINT

40

Barg

0.3

50

t/h

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TAG
NUMBER

SERVICE

LC-0074

C-0007 AMINE ABSORBER

PC-0113

C-0007 TOP VENT GAS


OUTLET

P&ID
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480094
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480094

UNITS

SET
POINT

50

bar

2.0

Table III.2-32: Controllers of Compressor/Amine Absorber Section

TAG
NUMBER
LT-0096

LT-0097
FT-0550-A
FT-0550-B

SERVICE
D-0016 OFF GAS
COMPRESSOR KO
DRUM
D-0016 OFF GAS
COMPRESSOR KO
DRUM
K-0001 COOLING
MEDIA OUT
K-0001 COOLING
MEDIA OUT

PT-0550

K-0001 INLET

PT-0551-A

K-0001 INLET

PT-0551-B
PDT-0552
PT-0553

K-0001 OUTLET
K-0001 DIFFERENTIAL
PRESSURE
K-0001 OUTLET
SILENCER

TT-0550

K-0001 INLET

TT-0551

K-0001 OUTLET

TT-0552
TT-0210
LT-0072
FT-0067-B
LT-0074
LT-0075
PT-0112

K-0001 OUTLET
E-0036 VENT GAS
SHELL SIDE OUTLET
D-0017 AMINE
ABSORBER KO DRUM
LEAN AMINE FEED
C-0007 AMINE
ABSORBER
C-0007 AMINE
ABSORBER
C-0007 TOP VENT GAS
OUTLET

PT-0114

VENT GAS TO HEATER

PT-0456

VENT GAS TO HEATER

P&ID

UNITS

SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480090

SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480090

18.57 52.86

t/h

2.88

SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480091
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480091
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480091
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480091
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480091
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480091
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480091
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480091
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480091
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480091
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480092
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480093
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480094
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480094
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480094
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480094
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480094
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480094

LL

HH
85.71

t/h

2.37

Barg

0.96

Barg

1.08

Barg

3.85

Bar

2.65

Barg

4.05

55

137

132

37

47

26

74

t/h

4.74

24.55 75.45

%
Barg
Barg
Barg

6.06

93.94
0.7

2.5
0.55
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TAG
NUMBER
TT-0217
PDT-0133
PDT-0134

SERVICE

P&ID

UNITS

C-0007 LEAN AMINE


FEED
G-0023-A SUCTION
STRAINER
G-0023-B SUCTION
STRAINER

SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480094
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480095
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480095

LL

60

70

mbar

100

mbar

100

Table III.2-33: Alarms of Compressor/Amine Absorber Section

TAG NUMBER

SERVICE

P&ID

LV-0097

D-0016 OFF GAS


COMPRESSOR KO DRUM

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480090

PV-0308

GAS RECYCLE FROM D-0017

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480090

LV-0070

D-0017 AMINE ABSORBER KO


DRUM

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480093

FV-0067

C-0007 LEAN AMINE FEED

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480094

PV-0113

C-0007 TOP VENT GAS

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480094

LV-0074

C-0007 AMINE ABSORBER

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480095

Table III.2-34: Control Valve of Compressor/Amine Absorber Section

TAG NUMBER
PZV-0048
PZV-0055
PZV-0550
PZV-0551
TZV-0007

SERVICE
D-0016 OFF GAS
COMPRESSOR KO DRUM
D-0016 OFF GAS
COMPRESSOR KO DRUM
K-0001 VDU OFF GAS
COMPRESSOR
K-0001 VDU OFF GAS
COMPRESSOR
E-0036 CWR TUBE SIDE
OUTLET

P&ID
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480090
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480090
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480091
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480091
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480092

PZV-0033

C-0007 AMINE ABSORBER

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480094

PZV-0034

C-0007 AMINE ABSORBER

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480094

Table III.2-35: Relief Valves of Compressor/Amine Absorber Section

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III.2.10.

Utilities Section

The following utilities are supplied to the different consumers in the Crude Distillation
unit:

Low pressure steam

Medium pressure steam

Demineralized Water

High Pressure Boiler Feed Water

Soft cooling water

Auxiliary cooling water

Service water

Potable water

Nitrogen

Instrument air

Plant air

Fuel gas

Pilot gas

III.2.10.1.

Fuel and Pilot Gas

Fuel gas is supplied to the unit consumers after going through the Fuel Gas KO Drum,
D-0015 (45C, 3.5 barg), where any liquid is disengaged from the gas. This drum shall
be manually drained by the operator when high level alarm is detected by LI-0082.
Pressure of the fuel gas is regulated by PV-0376 which is controlled by means of PC0376.
Pilot gas is supplied to the Crude and Vaccum Heaters, F-0001 and F-0002, after going
through a drip leg where any liquid is disengaged from the gas. This drip leg shall be
manually drained by the operator when high level alarm is detected by LI-0136.

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Pressure to the pilots is controlled by means of PCV-0141 and PCV-0389 (set at 1.0
barg).
III.2.10.2.

Condesate System

Medium pressure and low pressure condensates are flashed in the Drum, D-0026
(134C, 2.0 barg). The separated vapor is condensed by A-0008 and returned to drum,
the accumulated condensate is sent to the battery limit through the LPC Pumps G0011A/B, with a level controller LC-0130 which controls the level in the drum
manipulating LV-0130 in the discharge line. Pump is protected through flow controller
FC-0195 (minimum flow recirculation).
III.2.10.3.

Low Pressure Flare Network

The disposal of the PZVs discharges is done through a low pressure flare network. The
liquid phase of those discharges is collected in the LP Flare KO Drum, D-0018, where
the liquids are disengaged from the gases. Liquids are pumped from the drum through
the LP Flare KO Drum Pumps, G-0026A/B, to the Slop Oil Tank, 681-T-0001A/B,
through the E-0037 where the hot liquids are cooled down. Pump is started upon
operator action while it is automatically stopped upon low-low level set point measured
by LI-0088. Gases from D-0018 are sent to the battery limit where it joins with the
refinery flare network.
III.2.10.4.

Closed Drain

The disposal of the drains is done through a closed drain network. The liquids are
collected in the Closed Drain Sump D-0014, and they are pumped from the drum by the
Drain Sump Pump, G-0025A, to the Slop Oil Tank, 681-T-0001A/B, through the E-0037
where the hot liquids are cooled down. Pump is started upon operator action while it is
automatically stopped upon low low level set point measured by LI-0084. The pump has
an spare in the warehouse.
When draining high viscosity fluids, which can plug the drains, it is required to flush the
lines with flushing oil. In these cases, operator shall ensure the steam supply to the coil
installed in the drum is open and shall pay special attention to the temperature
measured in TT-0262 in order to avoid very high or low temperatures.

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Reference P&IDs
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480201 through 480243

TAG
NUMBER

SERVICE

LC-0130

D-0026 LPC DRUM

PC-0409

D-0026 LPC VENT

PC-0417

HPW FROM UNIT 691

TC-0233

DS-0003 MPS UTILITY


DISTRIBUTION

PC-0376

FUG TO HEADER

P&ID
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480201
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480201
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480202
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480202
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR480214

UNITS

SET
POINT

50

bar

2.0

bar

12

270

bar

3.5

Table III.2-36: Controllers of Utilities Section

TAG
NUMBER

SERVICE

LT-0131

D-0026 LPC DRUM

PT-0455

D-0026 LPC DRUM

PT-0265

MPS TO HEADER

PT-0267

LPS TO HEADER

PT-0377

HPW FROM UNIT 691

TT-0246

MPS TO HEADER

TT-0249

LPS TO HEADER

PT-0272

CWS FROM UNIT 691

PT-0379

SWA FROM UNIT 691

PT-0413

PWA FROM UNIT 691

PT-0276

LPN FROM UNIT 691

PT-0279

INA FROM UNIT 691

PT-0414

UTA FROM UNIT 691

LT-0082

D-0015 FG KO DRM

LT-0105

D-0015 FG KO DRUM

LT-0136

PIG DRIP LEG

P&ID
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480201
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480201
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480202
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480202
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480202
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480202
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480202
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480207
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480209
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480209
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480211
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480211
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480211
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480214
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480214
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480214

UNITS
%

LL

15.71 84.29

barg

1.0

barg

13.5

Barg

3.0

barg

57

2.8

325

200

barg

5.0

barg

3.5

barg

3.0

barg

8.0

barg

7.0

barg

6.0

18.57 52.86

%
%

HH

85.71
26

74

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TAG
NUMBER

SERVICE

PT-0259

FUG TO HEADER

PT-0261

FUG TO D-0015

PT-0284

PIG TO HEADER

LT-0088

D-0018 LPF DRUM

LT-0106

D-0018 LPF DRUM

TT-0264

D-0018 LPF DRUM

TT-0265

D-0018 LPF DRUM

PT-0423

FLO TO HEADER

LT-0083
LT-0084
TT-0262

P&ID

D-0014 CLOSED DRAIN


DRUM
D-0014 CLOSED DRAIN
DRUM
D-0014 CLOSED DRAIN
DRUM

TT-0370

SLP OIL TO BL

LT-0132

D-0025 AMD DRUM

LT-0133

D-0025 AMD DRUM

PDT-0422

S-0005 AMD FLTR

SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480214
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480214
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480214
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480219
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480219
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480219
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480219
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480225
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480232
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480232
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480232
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480232
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480233
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480233
SA-JER-DS011TRJR-480233

UNITS

Barg

3.0

4.7

barg

4.0

barg

4.0

LL

11.11

12.94 22.35

C
C

15

170

10

barg

210
13.6

%
%

22.22 94.81
5.56

165

170

%
%

33.33 86.67
6.67

bar

0.5

Table III.2-37: Alarms of Utilities Section

TAG NUMBER

SERVICE

P&ID

FV-0195

LPC TO D-0026 LPC DRUM

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480201

LV-0130

D-0026 LPC DRUM

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480201

PV-0409

D-0026 LPC DRUM VENT

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480201

PV-0417-A

HPW FROM UNIT 691

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480202

PV-0417-B

HPW FROM UNIT 691

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480202

TV-0233

DS-0003 MPS UTILITY


DISTRIBUTION

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480202

FG TO HEADER

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480214

PV-0376

HH

Table III.2-38: Control Valve of Utilities Section

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TAG NUMBER

SERVICE

P&ID

PZV-0063

D-0026 LPC DRUM

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480201

PZV-0064

D-0026 LPC DRUM

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480201

PZV-0062-A

BFW BATTERY LIMIT

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480202

PZV-0062-B

BFW BATTERY LIMIT

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480202

PZV-0094-A

BFW TO MPS HEADER

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480202

PZV-0094-B

BFW TO MPS HEADER

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480202

PZV-0044-A
PZV-0044-B
PZV-0093

D-0015 FUEL GAS KO


DRUM
D-0015 FUEL GAS KO
DRUM
FLO BATTERY LIMIT

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480214
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480214
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480225

Table III.2-39: Relief Valves of Utilities Section

III.3. Process Variables


This section describes the most important process variables which control the operation
of the CDU/VDU.

III.3.1. Desalter

III.3.1.1. Crude Feed Rate


The crude feed rate to the CDU/VDU is controlled by FC-0006 at Preflash column inlet.
The control loop includes an override from PC-0007 for prevent vaporization of the
crude in the desalter.
Any change to the feed rate shall be done gradually to allow the unit to adjust to new
capacity. For major changes in the rate, it should be required to also adjust product
draw-off to keep the yields, tune-in pumparound to reestablish the optimum temperature
profile in the column, modify desalting water flow, chemical injections, etc.

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III.3.1.2. Desalter Inlet temperature


Higher temperature reduces crude viscosity and promotes coalescence of brine. On the
other hand, too low temperature causes defective contact between water and crude,
stabilization of emulsion and coalescence difficulty; reducing the performance of the
desalting process.
As the crude preheating heat exchangers loses efficiency due to fouling, the crude
temperature gradually falls below 148 C level. This shortcoming can be corrected by
adjusting the crude feed preheat train.
III.3.1.3. Desalting Water Rate
Desalting Water rate affects directly the salt dilution in crude oil and then the salt
content in the desalted crude. While the Desalter design and operation is based on
desalting water at 6%vol of crude or 92 m3/h, the water system is designed to deliver
116 m3/h maximum. By mixing with more desalting water, dissolved salt will be more
readily extracted thereby increasing the efficiency. However, the water rate increase
must be weighed against the increased load to the Waste Water Treatment unit.
III.3.1.4. Mixing Valve Pressure Drop
Pressure drop of mixing valves, PDV-0005 and PDV-0006, should be monitored in
conjunction with the desalter performance as well as degree of stable emulsion
formation. Valve pressure drop should be set at 1.0 bar. Too much pressure drop tends
to increase the stable emulsion, while too little pressure drop will not disperse water
uniformly in the crude.

III.3.2. Preflash Column

III.3.2.1. Inlet Temperature


The inlet temperature determines the fractionation in the preflash column. It also
balances the naphtha flow rates separated from the preflash and from topping column.

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MP striping steam increases the column temperature. The inlet temperature is set at
200 C. The normal steam flow rate is 4.5 t/h.
III.3.2.2. Column top pressure
The column top pressure is defined by the control pressure PC-0021 on the Preflash
Reflux Drum, D-0003. In order to maintain the column top pressure at 3.7 barg, drum
pressure shall be set at 3.0 barg approximately.
III.3.2.3. Column overhead temperature
The column overhead temperature defines the cut point of the Preflash Naphtha. The
temperature controller TC-0101 regulates the crude bypass of E-0004. The temperature
is set at 137C in order to keep a gap higher than 20 C above the water dew point.
The reflux flow rate and ratio are fixed by the level control LC-0004 of D-0003, and it is
a consequence of the temperature.

III.3.3. Atmospheric Column

III.3.3.1. Feed Temperature and Overflash


The Crude Heater outlet or column feed temperature defines the flash zone
temperature and the overflash flow rate. With the feed temperature set at 366C, the
desired product vaporization is achieved with 7 %wt of overflash. The overflash should
be maintained so as not to overload the Vacuum Column with atmospheric distillate.
III.3.3.2. Column top pressure
The column top pressure is defined by the control pressure PC-0033 on the CDU
Reflux Drum, D-0004, where non-condensable are vented or fuel gas is injected. In
order to maintain the column top pressure at 1.0 barg, drum pressure shall be set at 0.3
barg approximately.

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As pressure increases, the relative volatility approaches to unity. This means that the
boiling points of the components are more similar, and, therefore, it is more difficult to
separate them. Also, it will reduce the overflash and therefore the internal column flow
and the separation achieve will be lower.
III.3.3.3. Column Overhead Temperature
The column overhead temperature defines the cut point of the Atmospheric Naphtha.
The reflux flow rate (and ratio) is controlled in cascade by the temperature controller
TC-0101, set at 119C normally.
The overhead temperature shall be enough high to allow a total vaporization of the
naphtha. A lower temperature will cause part of the top product condenses and goes
into the Kero draw-off. A higher temperature will send fractions with high boiling point to
the top naphtha stream.
III.3.3.4. Side Stripper Draw-Off Rates
The main specifications to which the products from fractionator can be adjusted are the
boiling point ranges and the flash point. In general, if the fractionation is good, the end
boiling point of a side-cut equals the initial point of the next heavier product plus a gap.
A gap is the result of a good fractionation; however overlap is more normal and will
increase as fractionation efficiency decreases. Product withdrawal flow rate are
adjusted to provide the required end points for the products and are generally set up
from the top of the column working down.
As a general rule, increasing the draw off rate will raise the end point of the side stream
cut whilst decreasing the draw off rate will lower its end point. An indication of the end
point is the draw off temperature of the stream leaving the column. Increasing the
product withdrawn, means that increases the draw off temperature and the product end
point.
The side product draw-off rate must be carefully balanced to meet the distillation
quality, while maximizing the valuable product yield.
Flash point of LAGO and HAGO products can be modified by adjusting the flow of
stripping steam via FC-0027 and FC-0028 respectively (to increase the flash point, the
stripping steam has to be increased). However, the stripping steam can only be

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increased to the point where it begins to interfere with the end point of the next higher
product. If a further increase in the flash point is required, other changes have to be
made, allowing an increase of the end point of the next higher product.
The Kerosene flash point can be adjusted by modifying the temperature of the kero side
outlet of reboiler E-0022. The controller TC-0121 controls in cascade the HAGO PA
flow rate that passes through the reboiler.
The specific gravity is directly related to the initial and final product boiling point, so,
changing the products yields, requires achieving this specification.
The freeze point is related to chemical composition of the product. As final boiling point
increases, the paraffin content in the product increases too, so the freeze point obtained
will be higher.
If residue entrainment occurs, the HAGO product can get black color. This means that
the section, between HAGO draw off tray and flash zone, does not have enough liquid
flow. It is necessary to increase the overflash or reducing the HAGO draw off rate.
III.3.3.5. Pumparound Duties
Pumparounds are critical to maintain the optimum temperature profile and vapor/liquid
rates in the fractionation of the column and to obtain the specific products. Pumparound
duty is regulated by controlling the flow rate and the return temperature of each one.
Inadequate pumparound heat removal and poor pumparound distribution will result in
high column pressure, poor fractionation and an increase of pressure in the flash zone.
Excessive pumparound heat removal may result in difficulties in maintaining some end
point and may cause internal flooding.
III.3.3.6. Bottom Striping Steam
The purpose of stripping the Atmospheric Residue is to reduce the atmospheric
distillate escaping to the Vacuum Column. It is suggested that for hydraulic stability of
the stripping trays, the design stripping steam rate be maintained regardless of the
crude throughput. The steam flow rate affects the flash zone temperature and the
overflash. The normal stripping steam should be 20.2 t/h.

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III.3.4. Vacuum Column

III.3.4.1. Feed Temperature and Overflash


With the Vacuum Heater outlet temperature set at 407C, the desired product lift is
achieved with a 5 %wt of overflash, providing 0.4 0.5 m3/hm2 of wash oil at the
bottom of the packed bed in the wash zone. Overflash or wash oil rate is one of the
most critical operating variables of the column. If not maintained as designed, the
packed bed will run dry, resulting in a heavy deposit of cokes on the packing. The coke
deposits then leads to mal distribution of liquid and vapor. This circumstances cause a
reduction of the overall efficiency of the fractionation, an increased vapor pressure drop
in the wash zone and an increase of impurities in the HVGO fraction, resulting in high
metal and carbon contents in the feed to the DHC/MHC.
III.3.4.2. Flash zone pressure
Flash zone pressure is controlled by the spillback controller from 1st Stage Ejectors, J0001A-C to Precondenser E-0025A-D inlet. The lower the pressure, the lower the
heater outlet temperature will be to accomplish the desired lift. The lower heater outlet
temperature alleviates the potential coking problem, so it is desired to keep the
pressure as low as possible. However, in lower pressure, the vapor traffic increases,
and the higher vapor velocity through the flash zone and liquid entrainment would
counteract the benefit.
III.3.4.3. Bottom Striping steam
Unless insufficient stripping of the Vacuum Residue product, stripping steam flow rate
should not be increased as it raises the column pressure drop as well as the load to
Precondensers E-0025A-D, and the sour water to SWS unit. In normal conditions,
striping steam should be 17.6 t/h.
III.3.4.4. Bottom Temperature
The temperature of vacuum column bottom is maintained at 360 C to minimize coking.
The quench flow should be increased by setting a lower temperature on the bottom
temperature controller TC-0204. The liquid residence time in the bottom column is

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limited to 5.5 min at HLL, in order to reduce coke deposit in the column bottom and the
pump suction circuit.

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IV. PREPARATION FOR INITIAL START-UP


This section defines the general preparatory works and procedures required in
preparing the unit 02020-011 for the start-up, it has been written following the highlights
activities and phases given in the Licensor Operation Guidelines.
The final preparation described hereafter is carried out when all construction work
including hydro test is completed and the unit is completely blinded at all battery limit
locations, and equipment is generally reinstated, closed to atmosphere and is
unpurged.
Prior to achieving readiness for unit start-up, all Precommisionning and Commissioning
work shall be carried out and accepted. Similar activities are required for a start-up
following a turnaround overhaul. Other start-up from cold will incorporate preliminary
checks as appropriate.
The Start-up activities begins with the final preparation to the introduction of the
feedstock into the plant and consist of a series of various tests carried out during the
plant is brought on line. The aim of these tests is to ensure that all equipment operate
normally and securely.
The field activities consist of two sub-stages:
Operate prior oil/gas in: Line up pipe work and vessels (valves, PSV, interlocks, etc.),
carry out final safety tests with the provision of associated documents (safety
procedures, isolation, inhibition, HC introduction certificate if needed, etc.).
Operate after oil/gas in: bring the process in operation with Oil/gas-in, water injection,
ensure the ramp-up and carry out the Performance tests to prove the plant and
equipment are performing as per design capacities and can deliver the products within
specifications.

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IV.1. General
Pre-commissioning is the preparation of constructed facilities to achieve Mechanical
Completion status.
Pre-commissioning establishes the required status for the commencement of functional
or dynamic tests. It involves the examination and checkout of individual components,
and is generally carried out on equipment and material in a static condition.
It confirms continuity and containment of process flow routes, achieves appropriate
cleanliness of all plant internals, and checks each item of process equipment for
physical integrity and its suitability for service.
Most of the activities are carried out with the facilities under ambient atmospheric
conditions, well before they are subjected to process fluids.
Pre-commissioning will be carried out as parallel single discipline activities in
conjunction with final erection. The pre-commissioning will be managed within a
construction controlled site safety regime.
Where practicable there is a high level of integration of construction disciplines in the
execution of the pre-commissioning scope. For instance the water flushing, air blowing
and final reinstatement of piping may be fully integrated with the hydro test program.
The pre-commissioning scope of activities is such that it can be safely and effectively
carried out in parallel with the latter stages of construction. This results in benefits to
overall schedule. In general, pre-commissioning does not involve dynamic operation of
process equipment.
With the purpose of facilitating the pre-commissioning activities and surrenders, the
plants have been divided into systems, both operational and non-operational.
Operational systems are dynamic process oil and gas, utility, or facility systems such as
high pressure steam, gas oil, cooling water, low pressure flare header, telecom,
electrical or control systems.

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The different Operational systems for the CDU/VDU Unit 02020-011 that has been
considered are:
System Description
CRUDE/VACCUM DISTILLATION UNIT

ICAPS
ICAPS Sub-System No:
System No:
ZZnn
J011

57

J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011
J011

J0110101
J0110102
J0110103
J0110201
J0110202
J0110203
J0110204
J0110205
J0110206
J0110207
J0110208
J0110209
J0110301
J0110302
J0110303
J0110304
J0110305
J0110306
J011LF00
J011UN20
J011UN30
J011UL20
J011UL30
J011UG00
J011UB00
J011UB10
J011UR00
J011UQ00
J011UM00
J011UZ00
J011UU00
J011UA11
J011UA12
J011UA13
J011UA14
J011UD00
J011UF00
J011UH00
J011UI00
J011UI10
J011UI20
J011UJ00
J011UK00
J011UO00
J011UY00
J011UW00
J011SA00
J011SB00
J011QA00
J011QD00
J011MB00
J011ME00
J011PA00
J011PI00
J011PS00
J011JI00
J011JV00

Sub-system Description:

Feed to Crude tower: Feed until desalters


Feed to Crude tower: Desalters
Feed to Crude tower: Preflash tower
Crude Tower: Crude Furnace
Crude Tower: Crude Tower
Crude Tower: HAGO to Storage
Crude Tower: LAGO To storage
Crude Tower: Kerosene to storage
Crude Tower: HAGO Pumparound
Crude Tower: LAGO pumparound
Crude Tower: KERO pumparound
Crude Tower: Crude tower head
Vacuum Unit: Vacuum Furnace
Vacuum Unit: Vacuum Tower
Vacuum Unit: HVGO
Vacuum Unit: LVGO
Vacuum Unit: Vacuum Head
Vacuum Unit: Amine Colum
Closed Drain Piping
Steam Medium Pressure
Steam Low Pressure
Condensate Medium Pressure
Condensate Low Pressure
Steam Tracing
Cooling water supply and return - Main
Cooling water supply and return - Auxiliary
Utility air
Instrument Air
Boiler feed water
Slops
Flare
Chemical Dosing: Phosphate Injection
Chemical Dosing: Demulsifier Injection
Chemical Dosing: Corrosion Inhibitor
Chemical Dosing: Neutralizing Agent
Fuel Gas
Nitrogen
Fire Water
Service water
Desalting water
Tempered water
Potable Water
Demi Water
Pilot Gas
Flushing Oil: Flushing Oil
Sour Water
Closed Drain and Paving
Civil Work
Foundations - Main
Piperack and Structures - Main
Platforms, Structures and Supports - Miscellaneous
Fireproofing
Grounding and Lightning
Lighting and Cable Trays
Cathodic Protection
Fire and Gas
Analyzer Instrument Cabinet

SATORP
Unit No:
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011
011

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Non-operational systems are systems such as surface and passive fire protection,
insulation, architectural, structural steel, markings and signs, cable / tubing trays and
ladders. These non-operational systems will be completed through geographical areas.
These systems will be included in specific packages, previously agreed upon with the
Company, and will include all the possible disciplines of the project. In this respect, all
the possible constituents of the plant will be categorised under a certain and specific
system and this system itself will be linked to a determined partial mechanical
completion package.
Mechanical Completion shall be staged by System and shall ultimately apply to an
entire process unit or to a specific defined geographical area as necessary to allow the
commissioning activities to follow efficiently and safely.
Mechanical Completion (MC) is the point when a defined portion of the facilities is
fabricated, fully erected, all materials items are present and aligned, tested for physical
strength, and all pre-commissioning checks completed.
In practice MC status shall be apply to a single specific System or a defined Mechanical
Completion package containing several Systems. Achievement of MC is staged to a
target sequence.
MC status requires that:

All material items are fabricated, present, erected, aligned and finally instated
according to specification.

Material dimension, composition and mechanical strength is documented and


on-site tested as specified by technical standards.

Vessel internals, bulk packing, catalyst beds (where safely practicable) and all
machinery components are installed and appropriately preserved.

Internal cleanliness is achieved, with dry preservation maintained.

All components parts are fully reinstated aligned, and containment status is
achieved.

Energised checks are performed on electrical and instrument items.

Control systems site acceptance tests are complete.

Instrument full loops are checked for correct actions and logic sequence.

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Energised tests on switchgear and cabling are complete.

The correct functioning of equipment ancillaries is demonstrated where


practicable.

Ultimately the MC status will apply to the entire scope of the facilities.
In addition to the above, for a portion of the facilities to be considered as Mechanically
Complete, the following accompanying status will be completed:

Agreed commissioning spare parts available for all vendor equipment.

All A items by TR and Company are completed.

All non-conformance reports resolved to the satisfaction of Company.

All fabrication and construction documents, material certificates, inspection and


test records, equipment inspection and preservation schedules, and precommissioning documentation shall be completed, catalogued, and available for
review.

The inspection test and certification documents will be within a Dossier for each
Mechanically Complete System or Package and offer for approval by Company.
The adequate pre-commissioning checks and tests will be performed on every item of
the plant, and conveniently reported through the use of Pre-commissioning Forms on
completion of these checks and tests.

IV.1.1. Check Lists

First type of task of the precommissioning scope of work, the Conformity Checks are
carried out in accordance with, and reported on, Check Lists.
Conformity Checks are carried out on each item of equipment or component, such as
instruments, packages, motors, cables, vessels, etc., to verify visually the condition of
the equipment, the quality of the installation, the compliance with Project drawings and
specifications, VENDOR's instructions, safety rules, codes, standards and good
practice.

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These Check Lists define the exact scope of work that must be systematically
performed on every item of equipment, the same support being also used to record the
checks.
One check list is filled in per subsystem and per type of equipment for each discipline.

IV.1.2. Test Sheets

Second key precommissioning activity, the Static and de-energized Tests are carried
out in accordance with technical specifications, and reported on Test Sheets.
Static/de-energised Tests are carried out on equipment to ensure the quality of a
number of critical components. These cold testing concerns all disciplines, e.g.
calibration of ESD instruments, machinery alignments, setting of safety valves, pressure
testing of piping, cables continuities, etc.
Throughout the document, all the related parts leading to MC will be conveniently
reported. One Test Sheet is filled in for each test performed.

IV.1.3. Piping Test (Test Pack)

Third key Precommissioning activity, the Tests pack shall group Precommissioning
activities on pipes work and vessels such as air or water flushing, pressure test
(hydrotest).

IV.2. Inspection Program


The plant should be carefully checked to assure that is constructed according to
applicable plans, drawings and specifications. A check off against the P&ID diagrams is
done for piping, equipment and instrumentation. A punch list of missing, incomplete or
incorrect items is then prepared for correction. In addition temporary identification tags,
signs for various lines, valves and equipments can be installed at this time to assist in
subsequent start-up and operation.

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This check is carried out before the end of construction work in order to check that the
unit is satisfactory from an operation point of view. All the individual operations needed
for precommisioning, start-up and shutdown the units are applied on site.
Smooth start-up will depend to a large degree on the thoroughness with which the unit
is checked out beforehand. Every installation details must be checked against the
design specifications and standards and for good constructions practice.
A first list of applicable checks to be performed is given here below:
Non-return valves, control valves, certain globe valves
Ensure these are installed with the flow direction arrow (stamped or tagged on the
valve body) in the correct direction.
All valves

Check that packing followers are correctly tightened and that the valves open
and close smoothly.

Stuffing boxes of valves are adequately filled.

Sample connections

Are these correctly placed, i.e., not in a dead-end?

Are they of the type indicated on the P and P&ID, i.e., double valve, block and
needle, etc.?

Is there room enough to insert the sample bottle?

Are sample coolers correctly piped-up?

Pump suction strainers

Can the strainer body be depressured and drained?

Can a drain hose be coupled to the drain connection without problem?

Is there enough room to insert a bucket or can underneath the drain point?

Can the strainer be pulled without problem?

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Check nameplate rating and conformity to project specifications and design


requirements.

Check the rotating equipment, supports, insulation, flanges, expansion joints


and piping connections.

Check and inspect lubrication systems.

Check foundations bolts and shims.

Piping low points, high points and slopes

Check these are in accordance with the P&ID, that drains and vents are installed
and equipped with plugs.

Pipe supports

Check spring hanger transit pins have been removed.

Check slipper pads are situated correctly in their guides.

Check pipe clamps are tight.

Stream traps

Ensure these are correctly installed and that they blow to a safe location.

Check integrity of isolation and bypass valves.

Safety valves

If these vent to atmosphere, check that the exhaust line is adequately supported
and drainable if there is low point. If paired safety valves with a key lock system
are installed, check the lock system is in good order and that the keys are
available and labeled.

Insulation

Check that piping insulation on hot and cold service lines is in good condition
and has been completed; in some cases insulation may not be completed until

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just prior to start-up. Check that the insulation cannot become saturated with
water during flushing operations or inclement weather.
Earthing

In some piping applications flanges are coupled by an earthing strap, check


integrity of strap and connections.

Gaskets and joints

If soft metal ring joint flanges are installed, ensure that a check has been carried
out, during Precommissioning, of flange face integrity. This type of flange/joint is
often used in hot, high temperature service, such as catalytic reformer reactor
Inlet/outlet flanges. Where spiral wound gaskets ("metaflex", etc.) are employed,
it is important to check that the correct rating has been employed.

If pipe work is to be dismantled for flushing, this type of gasket is frequently


replaced, temporarily, by an asbestos compound gasket. The correct gasket
must be installed prior to handing over the system for start-up.

Blinds
At the ready for Commissioning stage a blind list must have been prepared by the
Precommissioning team. If this is not the case, and blinds have been installed, it is most
important to initiate a blind list at the earliest possible moment. The principal reasons for
a blind list are as follows:

To record where the blinds are situated and why.

To ensure that the blinds are removed prior to start-up.

In the case of spectacle blinds and certain other blinds, it may well be necessary that
these remain in position at the time of start-up; however, a battery limits blind list will be
issued prior to start-up in order that blind status may be readily checked.
The blind list will contain the following information:

Line number (ex.: P&ID), size and service.

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Blind number.

Blind size and rating, i.e. 150, 300, etc.

Date installed plus signature.

Date removed plus signature.

It is often the case that blinds are installed, during Construction and Precommissioning,
for hydrostatic tests, flushing, etc., and these are frequently forgotten if not correctly
listed. It also happens that blinds without tags (handles) are installed; in this case it is
extremely difficult to tell the difference between a blind and the edge of spiral wound
metal gasket.
Therefore, blinds will always have a tag or handle clearly labeled for easy identification.
Accessibility

Check accessibility of valves and other equipment. Not accessible valves


located in pipe racks, will be equipped with chain wheels and chains, or
extended spindles.

Safety

Check all safety aspects related to piping, i.e. protruding valves spindles.

Operability

Check operability aspects, such as the location of pressure gauges installed at


pumps discharge that must be readable while maneuvering the discharge
valves, the level gauges of capacities to be visible from the drain valves
locations, etc.

Check the presence of the required start-up and pressurization lines as well the
impact of the safety devices on start-up operations.

Spectacle blinds

Can they be swung easily?

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Are they installed in such a way that they can be swung without a shutdown, i.e.
between double block and bleed valves.

Drums and exchangers inspections

Conformity with project documentations.

Pressure, temperature, rating.

Allowable for thermal expansion.

Internals types, dimensions and material per spec.

Lining & insulations type, thickness, material. Check integrity of insulation.

Instrument nozzle and type.

Location and size of ladder, platform, man ways. Check access ladders and
platforms are correctly installed and in good order.

Code plate information.

Test certificate; grounding connections.

Vents, drains relief valves per spec.

Thermo well locations and length of immersion.

Check maker's nameplate details are correct.

Check nozzles and man ways are as shown on updated P&ID and engineering
drawings.

Ensure fire detectors, sprinklers, deluge systems, foam heads are correctly
installed.

Carefully inspect the outer skin of pressure vessels to ensure that at no time has
unauthorised welding taken place; sometimes scaffolding is temporarily tack
welded in place by mistake. Most pressure vessels are marked "no welding" to
avoid such mishaps but nevertheless one can never discount human error. If
such a case is discovered, the vessel in question should be handled back to the
construction team for rectification, i.e. stress-relieving, non-destructive testing,
etc.

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In situations where manways are specified in baffles in particular vessels, a check will
be made to ensure that these manways are actually installed with appropriate bolting
and gaskets, as specified on the drawings.

Ensure all foreign bodies have been removed from the vessels and vessels
skirts. This includes scaffolding, ladders, tools, etc.

Check especially that wire mesh pads, vortex breakers, weirs, baffles and any
other internals are in place and that they are securely attached and of the
correct dimensions.

It is not anticipated that any change will be required on any of the towers or
vessels, or to the drawings. However, absolutely no changes are to be made or
approved in the field.

Towers, Columns

Verify all towers and vessels are clean and free of any debris, excess rust, etc.

(for the most part this requires hand cleaning).

Check that man way gaskets are of proper size and materials, and that manway

studs/bolts are properly tightened.

Verify types of trays and types of valves in tray decks.

Check tray support rings for welding and dimensions.

Make sure that tray valves are not corroded or stuck.

Check down comers for proper vertical alignment and clearance between bottom
of down comer and deck plate.

Check tray overflow weirs for proper dimensions and welding/bolting.

Check bolting of tray segments to support rings - these must be tight, and in
some cases, the underside nuts require tack welding. Verify this against the
drawings.

Check tray decks, tray valves, and all internal bolting for proper materials of
construction. Bolting must also be checked for proper size and installation of
washers. Verify tower/vessel materials of construction.

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Check each tray deck for horizontal deflection. Decks should be flat within a
tolerance of plus or minus 0.5%, measured at four equidistant points with a spirit
level.

Check that splash weirs are installed, and that they are properly secured by
bolting or welding, per the drawings.

Verify that required tray gaskets are properly installed, and that they are of the
proper materials.

Verify that all nozzles are open from the inside of the tower and that they are
neither plugged nor restricted with foreign articles, dirt, etc.

Inspection preparation works for Reactors, drums and towers:


Here bellow is the description of the preparation work to be carried out to allow access
to the internals.

Columns, Drums and Vessels: Isolated by blinds from any potentially dangerous
source (Flare, fuel gas, hydrogen, N2, chemicals, HC).Man ways and vents
open, atmosphere breathable. Internals assembled.

Pumps inspections

Conformity with project documentations.

Piping arranged to allow dismantling of pump and driver.

Suctions strainer easily removable for cleaning; strainer cartridges properly fitted
so no bypassing can occur; strainer installed.

Accessibility of auxiliary piping and controls.

NPSH requirements applied.

Steam tracing and insulation provided on suction/discharge lines, pump casing


and process seal flush lines as required.

Minimum flow bypasses (with restrictions orifice) if required.

Lubrications and cooling system operate correctly.

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Vacuum service pump fitted with discharge vent back to system to allow filling
pump with liquid.

Pumps and driver alignment correctly.

Lube /seal oil system: operability of all sight flow indicator, instrumentation,
pumps (including auto start), filters, coolers, pumps trips, reservoir, and seal oil
pot, etc. Addition and removal of seal/lube oil to/from reservoir can be done
easily.

Insulation for heat conservation and personnel protections, as required.

Heaters inspections

Ensure refractory brickwork and burner are in good order.

Check ductwork refractory condition (normally sprayed-on cement coatings such


as "GUNNITE"). Ensure all wooden formwork used for castable refractory is
removed and no obstructions are present in the ducting or stack.

Ensure free movement of stack dampers.

Check furnace tube hydrostatic test has been completed.

Verify Heater header boxes and air leak paths sealed.

Burner alignment, tips checked and proven clean.

Fuel gas lines blow clean and dry.

Fuel isolation device checked and tested.

Damper and air registers checked for free movement.

Draft gauge and stack gas O2 analyzer installed and tested.

Heat refractory has been cured, dried out and inspected.

Check if tube top seals of all points are allowed free expansion.

Check that catalyst tubes are externally clean.

Check convection section for flue gas bypassing.

Check inlet pigtails for correct support, counter weight and free expansion.

Check outlet pigtails for correct support, counter-weight and free expansion.

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Check that tube tops outside the reformer are not insulated.

Check if all spring hangers and/or counter-weights are correct and correctly
installed, shipment stops removed and set at correct weight.

Check peek hole projection so that all tubes and burners can be seen.

Check that refractory lined part of transfer line/process gas boiler is not
insulated.

Check flue gas ducting expansion joints for sealing and not too tight.

Piping inspections

Conformity with project documentations.

Dimensions.

Pipe: flanges, gaskets, fittings, valves in conformity with specified piping classes.

High points vents and low points drains; pipe support and spring hangers.

Insulation: type, thickness, material.

Electrical Inspection List


Some of the required electrical tasks to be developed during the pre-commissioning
phase are:

Contractor shall subcontract a specialized company for the rele calibration,


needing meanwhile COMPANYS supervision.

Medium and high voltage cables will be dielectric strength tested (2 times the
nominal voltage).

Temporary electrical facilities shall be given up for testing.

Low voltage strength cables will be continuity tested and insulated 100% while
control cables will only be insulated up to 100%.

Once the bars assembling of the cells, MCCs and strength centers are done, a
dielectric strength test will be performed for each connection and also a general
one.

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Power distribution and MCC will be functionally tested and proven energized.

Panels, medium voltage and 480V cells will also need to be tested.

Grounding tests are also required.

Electric subcontractor will perform pre-commissioning tests in field electric


equipment such as motors, developing the following tests:
o Winding continuity measures.
o Motor insulation.
o Motors turn direction, revolutions, vibrations, etc.

Following tests shall be performed in the factory under the supervision of the equipment
reception responsible:

Opening and closing of switches.

Trips on the switches.

Lamp tests.

Alarm tests.

Instrumentation Inspection List


Tests and checks on field and panel-mounted instruments shall take place in three
stages, not necessarily according to temporal sequence:
1st stage: Instruments calibrations checks and tests
Checks and tested belonging to this stage are mainly intended to detect possible
damages occurred during transport and/or storage of the instruments and to verify
manufacturers shop calibration. The calibration checks will vary depending to the
instrument type.
2nd stage: Instruments installation checks
At this stage, hydraulic pressure or pneumatic leak tests shall be performed to ascertain
absence of leaks on the instruments process connections and on instrument air feed

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sub-manifolds. During the pressure tests, instruments shall by duly isolated by means
of blocks valves.
At the same time, the following inspection shall be performed to determine that:

Locally mounted instrument (pressure gauges, temperature indicators, gauge


glasses, etc.): Verify condition, installation, range, visibility, accessibility, rating,
trace heating and insulation where applicable. Check drainage facilities.

Other equipment (pressure transmitter, magnetrols, thermocouples, etc.): Check


condition, installation, accessibility, conformity. When applicable, check valves,
connections, isolation, drainage, insulation and trace heating, cable trays
segregation.

The instruments are in the right locations and positions.

Mechanical and electrical connections conform to projects specifications.

Control valves and rotameters are correctly positioned and properly oriented in
line according to flow direction.

All other valves and non-return valve orientations are correct.

Orifice upstream and downstream piping runs, orifice taps locations and orifice
size, conform to projects specifications.

Drains, purge systems, winterizing and isolation valves are properly installed.

By-pass and block valves are installed as required by the project.

All process connections have been correctly installed as far as slope, insulation
and steam tracing are concerned.

All control valve positioners are properly secured to the valve stem. The
actuators allow an easy maintenance and accessibility.

Junction box are wired and installed as per specifications and layouts.

Safety valves should be calibrated, certified, documented and properly installed as


specified. Contractor shall carry about the set pressure check using an adequate test
bench. Safety valve pressure setting shall be in accordance with project specifications.
The setting certificate will be approved by the Client Representative and by the local
Authority Representative.

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Besides the following checks should be performed:

Seals and tags installed as specified.

Isolations valves installed in open positions and open/closed standby valve lined
up as required.

Locking and interlock devices checked for operation and relief valve
register/checklists completed.

The Safety Interlocks (ZC) is independent system, which in the case of occurrence of
predefined potentially harmful events initialize various actions such as:

Valves are set to their failure position (AFO, AFC and AFS).

Shutdown of equipment (pumps, compressors, furnaces, etc.) to alleviate the


risk.

The principles of these checks are as follows: a simulated default signal from the
primary sensor will be fed into the system and the resulting signal output to valves or
equipment will be checked. Whenever possible, the result of the signal output such as
actual valve closure or machine shutdown will be observed.
Ultimately, a real test, which requires running machines, must be performed during the
forthcoming operation procedures.
Throughout this exercise, the actual physical position of the valves (or status of
machines) will be checked against the indications shown in the control room.
The check of the motorized valves is part of the same task. It includes:

A site test of the opening/closing of the valve upon the input signal.

A control room checks of the reported indication and a check of the control room
command.

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Analysers:
Testing and calibration shall be carried out by the TR under the Vendor specialist/main
contractor general instruction.
Control Valves:
Check that the valve action is correct and that on air failure is correct. Control valve
packing should be properly adjusted after the valve is placed into operation. Do not
tighten packing for the tightness tests.
Thermowells:
Must be checked for proper position and immersion in the fluid, and for proper
insulation to stop heat leaks around thermocouple or thermometer bulbs.
Emergency Isolation Valves:
Activate all emergency isolation valves operate according to specified time via local
and/or remote switches. Check valve closure time.
Gas Detectors:
Combustible gas detectors detection systems must be checked.

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PRECOMMISSIONING CHECK LIST


MECHANICAL
HEAT EXCHANGER
P01 - (SHELL AND TUBE)

*J40003720*
*J40003720*
FORM :

Check that the nameplate details are both correct and compete.

Check the location, elevation, orientation and that the exchanger is level.

Check that the holding arrarngements are correct (eg., the sliding end.).

Check for any installation damage.

Check the exchanger is installed as per approved drawings.

Remove the transport bolts from the bellows ( if applicable).

Check the painting visually for any damage.

Check the exchanger is bonded as per approved drawings and


specifications.

Check the exchanger pipe supports are as per approved design.

10

Check with disconnected pipework flanges that the relative nozzle


flanges are correctly aligned.

11

Check that the channel cover can be removed.

12

Check that it is possible to withdraw the tube-bundle (if applicable)

13

Check that the bolting is suitably lubricated.

14

Check preservation is carried out as per approved procedure.

15

Produce a set of marked-up drawings in accordance with the installation.

16

Produce a defects list to be included in the Punch List issue.

REMARKS:

PUNCH LIST ITEMS

J10022054

Item : 011-E-0003-D

J10022052

Item : 011-E-0003-C

J10022050

Item : 011-E-0003-B

J10022048

CHECK LIST

Item : 011-E-0003-A

ITEM

J10022046

Subsystem J0110101

Item : 011-E-0002

0,6

EXPENDED TIME (MH) :

J10022044

ONSHORE

ESTIMATED TIME (MH) :

Item : 011-E-0001

CEX01 - HEAT EXCHANGERS (SHELL & TUBE)

TASK LOCATION :

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SAME CHECK LIST SHEETS WILL BE USED FOR THE FOLLOWING ITEMS:

SUBSYSTEM
J0110101

J0110102

J0110103

J0110201

J0110203

J0110204

J0110205

011-E-0001

011-E-0032A/B

011-E-0010A/B

011-E-0040

011-E-0035

011-E-0024

011-E-0022

011-E-0002

011-E-0033

011-E-0011A/B

011-E-0041

011-E-0034

011-E-0023

011-E-0003A/B/C/D

ITEMS

011-E-0012A/B

011-E-0004A/B

011-E-0013

011-E-0005

011-E-0014A/B/C

011-E-0006

011-E-0014D/E/F

011-E-0007A/B/C/D

011-E-0015A/B

011-E-0008

011-E-0016A/B

011-E-0009A/B

011-E-0017A/B

011-E-0044A/B

011-E-0018A/B/C/D
011-E-0019A/B/C
011-E-0019D/E/F
011-E-0020A/B/C
011-E-0020D/E/F
011-E-0045A/B
011-E-0046A/B

SUBSYSTEM
J0110209

J0110302

J0110303

J0110304

011-E-0021

011-E-0031A/B

011-E-0030A/B

011-E-0029

011-E-0047A/B
ITEMS

J0110305

J011UZ00

011-E-0025A/B/C/D 011-E-0037A/B/C/D
011-E-0026
011-E-0027
011-E-0028
011-E-0036
011-E-0043

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PRECOMMISSIONING CHECK LIST


MECHANICAL
FAN & BLOWER
P01

*J10022227*
*J10022227*
ONSHORE

ESTIMATED TIME (MH) :

0,4

EXPENDED TIME (MH) :

Subsystem J0110201
ITEM

CHECK LIST

Check that the nameplate details are correct and complete

Check that the coupling is level.

Check that the holding down arrangements are correct.

Check for any installation damage.

Check the coupling is installed as per specifications and approved


drawings.

Check the coupling for cleanliness.

Check preservation is carried out as per approved procedure.

Check the painted surfaces visualy for any damage.

Check the earthing and bonding are as per the Project Specifications.

10

Check the shaft and axial are freely rotating and within the acceptable
limit.

11

Check the free operation of dampers and bearings are properly


lubricated.

12

Check the start fan in accordance with the manufacturer instruction.

13

Check that the input and output shaft couplings have been installed and
also that their guards are in position.

14

Check that all bolts have been re-tightened after the inspection.

15

Produce a set of marked-up drawings in accordance with the installation.

16

Produce a defects list for inclusion in the Punch List issue.

REMARKS:

PUNCH LIST ITEMS

J10022227

CGX11 - FAN & BLOWER

TASK LOCATION :

Item : 011-K-0002-A

FORM :

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SAME CHECK LIST SHEETS WILL BE USED FOR THE FOLLOWING ITEMS:

SUBSYSTEM
J0110201

J0110305

011-K-0002A/B/C

011-K-0004A/B

011-K-0003

011-K-0005

ITEMS

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PRECOMMISSIONING CHECK LIST


MECHANICAL
AGITATOR & MIXER
P01

*J10022483*
*J10022483*
FORM :

0,5

EXPENDED TIME (MH) :

Subsystem J011UA11
ITEM

CHECK LIST

Check that the nameplate details are correct and complete.

Check the location, elevation, orientation and that the shaft is vertical.

Check that the holding down arrangements are correct.

Check that there is not any installation damage.

Check the equipment has been installed as per specifications and


approved drawings.

Check the equipment for cleanliness.

Check preservation has been carried out as per approved procedure.

Check the painted surfaces visualy for any damage.

Check the equipment is bonded as per specifications and drawings.

10

Check for free rotation of the shaft in the correct direction. Also check
the rotor for concentricity and that it does not foul the tank internals.

11

Check that there is adequate space around the unit to withdraw the
agitator using suitable lifting gear.

12

Check that the bolting has been suitably lubricated.

13

Produce a set of marked-up drawings which are as per installation.

14

Produce a defects list for incusion in the Punch List.

REMARKS:

PUNCH LIST ITEMS

J10022483

ONSHORE

ESTIMATED TIME (MH) :

Item : 011-K-0005

CHX03 - AGITATOR & MIXER

TASK LOCATION :

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MECHANICAL
RECIPROCATING PUMP
P01

*J40003807*
*J40003807*

Subsystem J011UA11
ITEM

CHECK LIST

Ch eck th at th e n ameplate data is bo th correct an d complete.

Ch eck th e location, elevation an d o rientation o f th e p ump an d th at it is


level.

Ch eck th at th e h olding d own arrangements, fo r th e reciprocating p ump


p lus mo tor an d baseplate, are correct.

Ch eck fo r any installation d amage.

Ch eck th at th e installation o f th e p ump, g earbox, coupling and baseplate


is in accordance with th e ap proved d rawings an d specifications.

Ch eck th at all the n ozzles which are n ot in use are suitably sealed.

Ch eck th e p ump, g earbox, coupling an d the baseplate fo r cleanliness.

Ch eck th at p reservation h as been carried o ut in accordance with th e


ap p roved p rocedure.

Ch eck fo r th e g eneral accessibility o f th e unit and fo r th e p ossibility o f its


even tual remo val fo r maintenance.

10

Ch eck visually th e p ainted surfaces fo r d amage.

11

Ch eck th at th e earthing an d bo nding are in accordance with th e Project


Sp ecifications.

12

Ch eck th at th e suction and d ischarge pipe supports are in accordance


with th e d esign.

13

Ch eck th at th e co upling alignment h as been carried o ut an d record th e


fig ures. (where applicable)

14

Ch eck th at bo th th e temp orary fin e mesh filter an d the jo b strainer h ave


n o t been d amaged.

15

Ch eck th at th e stuffing-box p acking is un damaged and is in accordance


with its sp ecification.

16

Ch eck fo r th e free ro tation o f th e shaft.

17

Ch eck th at all o f th e bearings, incuding th e motor bearings, are correctly


lubricated.

18

Ch eck th at th e p ulsation d amper is in accordance with the sp ecifications.

19

Ch eck th at bo th th e coupling an d its coupling g uard have been in stalled.

20

Ch eck th at th e n ozzles are blanked-off if th eir p iping has n ot been


in stalled.

21

Pro d uce a set o f marked-up d rawings wh ich are in accordance with th e


in stallation.

22

Pro d uce a d efects list.

23

Co n solidate th e abo ve list fo r the Pun ch List issue.

REM ARKS:

PUNCH LIST ITEMS

J10022481

0,5

EXPENDED TIME (MH) :

Item: 011-G-0037-B

ONSHORE

ESTIMATED TIME (MH) :

J10022479

CGX01 - RECIPROCATING PUM PS

TASK LOCATION :

Item: 011-G-0037-A

FORM :

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SAME CHECK LIST SHEETS WILL BE USED FOR THE FOLLOWING ITEMS:

SUBSYSTEM

ITEMS

J011UA11

J011UA12

J011UA13

J011UA14

011-G-0037A/B

011-G-0030A/B

011-G-0035A/B

011-G-0032A/B

011-G-0031A/B

011-G-0036A/B

011-G-0033A/B
011-G-0034A/B

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MECHANICAL
VERTICAL CENTRIFUGAL PUMP
P01

*J10022473*
*J10022473*
FORM :

0,5

EXPENDED TIME (MH) :

Subsystem J011SA00
ITEM

CHECK LIST

Check that the nameplate data is both complete and correct.

Check the caisson is installed within the limits recomended for its vertical
positioning

Check the free rotation of the pump shaft.

Check that the motor shaft rotates freely

Check the inlet strainer is correctly installed and it is clean and


undamaged.

Check that all of the rising main sections have been installed using the
correct bolting and gaskets.

Check that the centering brackets have been correctly installed.

Check that the discharge head is correctly bolted.

Produce a set of marked-up drawings in accordance with the installation.

10

Produce a defects list for inclusion in the Punch List issue.

REMARKS:

PUNCH LIST ITEMS

J10022473

ONSHORE

ESTIMATED TIME (MH) :

Item : 011-G-0025-A

CGX02 - VERTICAL CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS

TASK LOCATION :

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MECHANICAL
CENTRIFUGAL PUMP
P01 - (HOIZONTAL/VERTICAL IN LINE/CAN)

*J40003823*
*J40003823*

Subsystem J0110101
ITEM

CHECK LIST

Check that the nameplate data is both complete and corrrect.

Check the location, elevation and the orientation and also the pump is
level.

Check the pump, the motor and the baseplate holding down
arrangements are correct and secure.

Check for any installation damage.

Check that the pump, coupling, baseplate and the auxiliary piping are
installed in accordance with the specifications and the approved

Check the pump, driver, coupling and baseplate for cleanliness.

Check preservation is carried out as per approved procedure.

Where applicable, check that installation of the platforming and ladders


is in accordance with the approved drawings.

Check both the painting and insulation for damage.

10

Check the earthing and bonding are as per Project Specifications.

11

Check the suction and discharge pipe-supports are as per design


drawings.

12

Check that there is correct alignment between flanges when the suction
and discharge pipework is unbolted.

13

Check that the strainer with the finer-mesh is installed.

14

Check the free rotation of the shaft line.

15

Check that there is adequate space around the unit to withdraw the
internals with suitable lifting equipment.

16

Check that the coupling and the coupling guards have been installed.

17

Produce a set of marked-up drawings in accordance with the installation.

18

Produce a defects list for inclusion in the Punch List issue.

REMARKS:

PUNCH LIST ITEMS

J10022084

0,5

EXPENDED TIME (MH) :

Item : 011-G-0001-B

ONSHORE

ESTIMATED TIME (MH) :

J10022082

CGX03 - CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS

TASK LOCATION :

Item : 011-G-0001-A

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SAME CHECK LIST SHEETS WILL BE USED FOR THE FOLLOWING ITEMS:

SUBSYSTEM
J0110101

J0110102

J0110103

J0110202

J0110203

J0110204

J0110205

011-G-0001A/B

011-G-0024A/B

011-G-0002A/B

011-G-0014A/B

011-G-0013A/B

011-G-0011A/B

011-G-0009A/B

ITEMS

011-G-0003A/B
011-G-0004A/B

SUBSYSTEM
J0110206

J0110207

J0110208

J0110209

J0110302

J0110303

J0110304

011-G-0012A/B

011-G-0010A/B

011-G-0008A/B

011-G-0005A/B

011-G-0018A/B

011-G-0016A/B

011-G-0015A/B

ITEMS
011-G-0007A/B

011-G-0017A/B

SUBSYSTEM
J0110305

J0110306

J011SA00

J011UL20

J011UM00

J011UW00

J011UZ00

011-G-0029A/B

011-G-0023A/B

011-G-0025B

011-G-0028A/B

011-G-0021A/B

011-G-0006A/B

011-G-0020A/B

011-G-0022A/B

011-G-0019A/B

011-G-0026A/B

ITEMS
011-G-0027A/B

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MECHANICAL
ROTARY PUMP
P01

*J40003879*
*J40003879*

Subsystem J0110101
ITEM

CHECK LIST

Check that the nameplate data is correct and complete.

Check the location, elevetion and orientation of the pump and it is level.

Check that the holding arrangement, of the rotary pump, motor and
baseplate, is secure and correct.

Check for any installation damage.

Check the installation of the pump, coupling and baseplate is in


accordance with specifications and approved drawings

Check the pump, coupling and baseplate for cleanliness.

Check preservation is carried out as per approved procedure.

Check the general accessibility of the unit.

Check the painting visualy for damage.

10

Check the earthing and bonding are in compliance with Project


Specifications.

11

Check the supports of the suction and discharge pipes are as per

12

Check that the temporary strainer has been installed. Note that it has a
finer mesh than the normal job strainer.

13

Check for the free rotation of the shaft.

14

Check there is adequate space around the unit to be able to withdraw


the internals.

15

Check that both the coupling and coupling guard have been installed.

16

Produce a set of marked-up drawings in accordance with the installation.

17

Produce a defects list for inclusion in the Punch List issue.

REMARKS:

PUNCH LIST ITEMS

J10022088

0,5

EXPENDED TIME (MH) :

Item : 011-G-0038-B

ONSHORE

ESTIMATED TIME (MH) :

J10022086

CGX08 - ROTARY PUMPS

TASK LOCATION :

Item : 011-G-0038-A

FORM :

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SAME CHECK LIST SHEETS WILL BE USED FOR THE FOLLOWING ITEMS:

SUBSYSTEM
J0110101

J0110103

J0110201

J0110303

011-G-0038A/B

011-G-0039A/B

011-G-0042A/B

011-G-0041A/B

ITEMS
011-G-0040A/B

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ELECTRICAL
HEATERS
P01

*J10013912*
*J10013912*
FORM :

EXPENDED TIME (MH) :

Subsystem J0110101
ITEM

CHECK LIST

Check equipment is de-energized and safe.

Check nameplate data is correct.

3
4

Check cable glands and terminals for proper size and


installation.
Check equipment tagging against drawings.

Check earthing and bonding against drawings.

Produce marked-up termination drawing in accordance with


installation.
Check the avaibility of certification documents according
hazardous area equipment installation
Check Supplier's documentation and drawings

Produce a defects list for punch list issue

6
7

J10013912

ONSHORE

ESTIMATED TIME (MH) :

Item : 011-F-0004

CPX20 - HEATERS

TASK LOCATION :

10
11
12
13
N.A Not Applicable
Drawings & doc. ref.:

REMARKS

Checked & not accepted

Checked & accepted

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SAME CHECK LIST SHEETS WILL BE USED FOR THE FOLLOWING ITEMS:

SUBSYSTEM
J0110101

J0110103

J0110201

J0110303

J0110305

011-F-0004

011-F-0005

011-F-0008

011-F-0007

011-F-0003

ITEMS
011-F-0006

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PIPING & VESSEL
PRESSURE VESSEL
P01

*J40003693*
*J40003693*
FORM :

ITEM

CHECK LIST

Check that the nameplate details are both correct and complete.

Check location, elevation, orientation and that the vessel is level.

Check that the holding arrangements are correct.

Check for any installation damage.

Check the nozzles are suitably isolated to enable a safe internal


examination.

Check that the vessel and its internals are in accordance with the
approved drawings.

Check the vessel internally for cleanliness.

Check that all the internal bolting is correctly tightened.

Check preservation is carried out as per approved procedure.

10

Check that all the platforming and ladders are installed in accordance
with the approved drawings. Also check that the manways are
accessible and suitable for use.

11

Check all painting / insulation / internal linings for damage.

12

Check the earthing and bonding is as per project specification.

13

Check that the vessel pipe supports are in accordance with the design.

14

Check that with disconnected pipework that the pipe flanges correctly
align with the nozzle flanges.

15

Check that the internal components can be withdrawn with the aid of
suitably installed lifting equipment.

16

Check that the bolting is suitably lubricated.

17

Produce a set of marked-up drawings in accordance with the installation.

18

Produce a defects list for inclusion in the issued Punch List.

REMARKS:

PUNCH LIST ITEMS

J10022098

Subsystem J0110102

Item : 011-D-0002

0,6

EXPENDED TIME (MH) :

J10022096

ONSHORE

ESTIMATED TIME (MH) :

Item : 011-D-0001

CCX01 - PRESSURE VESSEL

TASK LOCATION :

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SAME CHECK LIST SHEETS WILL BE USED FOR THE FOLLOWING ITEMS:

SUBSYSTEM
J0110102

J0110103

J0110202

J0110203

J0110204

J0110205

J0110209

J0110302

011-D-0001

011-C-0001

011-C-0002

011-C-0006

011-C-0005

011-C-0004

011-D-0004

011-C-0003

011-D-0002

011-D-0003

ITEMS
011-D-0005

SUBSYSTEM
J0110305

J0110306

J011SA00

J011UA11

J011UA12

J011UA13

J011UA14

011-D-0009

011-C-0007

011-D-0014

011-D-0034

011-D-0031

011-D-0033

011-D-0032

011-D-0016

011-D-0025

011-D-0017
ITEMS
011-D-0028
011-D-0029
011-D-0030

SUBSYSTEM
J011UD00

J011UL30

J011UM00

J011UN20

J011UN30

J011UW00

J011UZ00

011-D-0015

011-D-0026

011-D-0007

011-D-0019

011-D-0012

011-D-0006

011-D-0018

011-D-0010

011-D-0020

011-D-0021

011-D-0008

011-D-0011

011-D-0024

011-D-0022

ITEMS
011-D-0013

011-D-0023

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TEST SHEETS

PRECOMMISSIONING TEST SHEET


MECHANICAL
HEAT EXCHANGERS
P01

*J10022045*
*J10022045*
FORM :

Item : 011-E-0001

TMX02 - HEAT EXCHANGERS

FRESH CRUDE / KERO


Dw g N :

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480003

TASK NUMBER :

TASK LOCATION :

J10022045

ESTIMATED TIME (MH) :

ONSHORE

EXPENDED TIME (MH) :

3,2

Subsystem J0110101

PUNCH LIST ITEMS :

DATAS

Datasheet :
TUBE BUNDLE
DESIGN PRESSSURE

Barg

TEST PRESSURE

Barg

SHELL

TEST MEDIUM

TEST RESULTS

TUBE BUNDLE
DURATION OF TEST

mins

TEST PRESSURE - START

Barg

TEST PRESSURE - FINISH

Barg

TEST MEDIUM TEMPERATURE

TE

REMARKS

SHELL

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SAME CHECK LIST SHEETS WILL BE USED FOR THE FOLLOWING ITEMS:

SUBSYSTEM
J0110101

J0110102

J0110103

J0110201

J0110203

J0110204

J0110205

011-E-0001

011-E-0032A/B

011-E-0010A/B

011-E-0040

011-E-0035

011-E-0024

011-E-0022

011-E-0002

011-E-0033

011-E-0011A/B

011-E-0041

011-E-0034

011-E-0023

011-E-0003A/B/C/D

ITEMS

011-E-0012A/B

011-E-0004A/B

011-E-0013

011-E-0005

011-E-0014A/B/C

011-E-0006

011-E-0014D/E/F

011-E-0007A/B/C/D

011-E-0015A/B

011-E-0008

011-E-0016A/B

011-E-0009A/B

011-E-0017A/B

011-E-0044A/B

011-E-0018A/B/C/D
011-E-0019A/B/C
011-E-0019D/E/F
011-E-0020A/B/C
011-E-0020D/E/F
011-E-0045A/B
011-E-0046A/B

SUBSYSTEM
J0110209

J0110302

J0110303

J0110304

011-E-0021

011-E-0031A/B

011-E-0030A/B

011-E-0029

011-E-0047A/B
ITEMS

J0110305

J011UZ00

011-E-0025A/B/C/D 011-E-0037A/B/C/D
011-E-0026
011-E-0027
011-E-0028
011-E-0036
011-E-0043

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MECHANICAL
MACHINERY ALIGNMENT
P01

*J10022083*
*J10022083*
FORM :

Item : 011-G-0001-A

TMX08 - MACHINERY ALIGNMENT

CRUDE CHARGE PUMP A


Dw g N :

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480002

TASK NUMBER :

TASK LOCATION :

J10022083

ESTIMATED TIME (MH) :

ONSHORE

EXPENDED TIME (MH) :

3,5

Subsystem J0110101

PUNCH LIST ITEMS :

D AT A
Datasheet
DRIVEN EQUIPMENT

EQUIPMENT N

DRIVER EQUIPMENT

EQUIPMENT N

COUPLING TYPE

SIZE

COUPLING MANUFACTURER

MACHINE CONDITIONS
BASEPLATE HOLDING DOWN BOLTS
PIPING FLANGE BOLTS

LOOSE

TIGHT

LOOSE

TIGHT

ALIGNMENT RESULTS
COLD ALIGNMENT

PERMISSABLE

RECORDED VALUES

ANGLE

90

VIEWED FROM DRIVER,

180

RUNOUT
CONCENTRIC

PARALLEL
NOTES :

u
or
mm

R1

u
or
mm

A1

R2

1 CHECK VENDORS OPER. MANUAL,


3

ROTATION OF BOTH COUPLINGS

R
0

DRIVEN

DRIVER

A1
270

90

R2
GAUGES POSITIONS

REMARKS

180
ORIENTATION FROM VIEWER

270

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SAME CHECK LIST SHEETS WILL BE USED FOR THE FOLLOWING ITEMS:

SUBSYSTEM
J0110101

J0110102

J0110103

J0110201

J0110202

J0110203

J0110204

J0110205

011-G-0001A/B

011-G-0024A/B

011-G-0002A/B

011-G-0042A/B

011-G-0014A/B

011-G-0013A/B

011-G-0011A/B

011-G-0009A/B

011-G-0038A/B

011-G-0003A/B

ITEMS

011-G-0004A/B
011-G-0039A/B
011-G-0040A/B

SUBSYSTEM
J0110206

J0110207

J0110208

J0110209

J0110302

J0110303

J0110304

011-G-0012A/B

011-G-0010A/B

011-G-0008A/B

011-G-0005A/B

011-G-0018A/B

011-G-0016A/B

011-G-0015A/B

ITEMS

011-G-0007A/B

011-G-0017A/B
011-G-0041A/B

SUBSYSTEM
J0110305

J0110306

J011SA00

J011UA11

J011UA12

J011UA13

J011UA14

011-G-0029A/B

011-G-0023A/B

011-G-0025B

011-G-0037A/B

011-G-0030A/B

011-G-0035A/B

011-G-0032A/B

011-G-0031A/B

011-G-0036A/B

011-G-0033A/B

ITEMS

011-G-0027A/B

011-G-0034A/B

SUBSYSTEM
J011UL20

J011UM00

J011UW00

J011UZ00

011-G-0028A/B

011-G-0021A/B

011-G-0006A/B

011-G-0020A/B

011-G-0022A/B

011-G-0019A/B

011-G-0026A/B

ITEMS

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MECHANICAL
GENERAL PURPOSE
P01

*J10022222*
*J10022222*
FORM :

Item : 011-F-0001

TMX00 - GENERAL PURPOSE

CRUDE HEATER
Dw g N :

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480117

TASK NUMBER :

J10022222

ESTIMATED TIME (MH) :

TASK LOCATION :

ONSHORE

EXPENDED TIME (MH) :

Subsystem J0110201

PUNCH LIST ITEMS :

0,1

TEST RESULTS

SKETCHES / NOTES

TE

REMARKS

SAME CHECK LIST SHEETS WILL BE USED FOR THE FOLLOWING ITEMS:
011-F-0001 and 011-F-0002

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ELECTRICAL
ELECTRICAL HEATERS
P01

*J10013913*
*J10013913*
FORM :

Item : 011-F-0004

TPX20 - ELECTRICAL HEATERS

LUBE OIL HEATER FOR PUMPS 011-G-0001-A/B


Dw g N :
TASK NUMBER :

TASK LOCATION :

J10013913

ESTIMATED TIME (MH) :

ONSHORE

EXPENDED TIME (MH) :

Subsystem J0110101

PUNCH LIST ITEMS :

NAME PLATE DATA


MANUFACTURER :

A RATING:

VOLTAGE :

FREQUENCY :

Hz IP RATING:

SUPPLIED FROM :

TYPE:

SERIAL N :
FLC :

KW

DATA SHEET:
SPECIFICATION:

type of protection:

TESTING INSTRUMENTS USED


TYPE / SERIAL N :

TYPE / SERIAL N :

TYPE / SERIAL N :

TEST RESULTS
INSULATION RESISTANCE TEST

Volts

TEST VOLTAGE :
R/ S-T-EARTH

Mohm S/ R-T-EARTH

Mohm T/S-R-EARTH

Mohm

RESISTANCE MEASUREMENT
R1 - R2

REMARKS

Ohm S1 - S2

Ohm T1 - T2

Ohm

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SAME CHECK LIST SHEETS WILL BE USED FOR THE FOLLOWING ITEMS:

SUBSYSTEM
J0110101

J0110103

J0110201

J0110303

J0110305

011-F-0004

011-F-0005

011-F-0008

011-F-0007

011-F-0003

ITEMS
011-F-0006

PRECOMMISSIONING TEST SHEET


MECHANICAL
VESSELS AND TANKS
P01

*J10022097*
*J10022097*
FORM :

Item : 011-D-0001

TMX01 - VESSEL / TANKS

DESALTER 1ST STAGE


Dw g N :

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480011

TASK NUMBER :

J10022097

ESTIMATED TIME (MH) :

3,2

Subsystem J0110102
TEST RESULTS

DURATION OF TEST

mins

TEST PRESSURE - START

Barg

TEST PRESSURE - FINISH

Barg

TEST MEDIUM TEMPERATURE

REMARKS

ONSHORE

EXPENDED TIME (MH) :

PUNCH LIST ITEMS :

TASK LOCATION :

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SAME CHECK LIST SHEETS WILL BE USED FOR THE FOLLOWING ITEMS:

SUBSYSTEM
J0110102

J0110103

J0110202

J0110203

J0110204

J0110205

J0110209

J0110302

011-D-0001

011-C-0001

011-C-0002

011-C-0006

011-C-0005

011-C-0004

011-D-0004

011-C-0003

011-D-0002

011-D-0003

ITEMS
011-D-0005

SUBSYSTEM
J0110305

J0110306

J011SA00

J011UA11

J011UA12

J011UA13

J011UA14

011-D-0009

011-C-0007

011-D-0014

011-D-0034

011-D-0031

011-D-0033

011-D-0032

011-D-0016

011-D-0025

011-D-0017
ITEMS
011-D-0028
011-D-0029
011-D-0030

SUBSYSTEM
J011UD00

J011UL30

J011UM00

J011UN20

J011UN30

J011UW00

J011UZ00

011-D-0015

011-D-0026

011-D-0007

011-D-0019

011-D-0012

011-D-0006

011-D-0018

011-D-0010

011-D-0020

011-D-0021

011-D-0008

011-D-0011

011-D-0024

011-D-0022

ITEMS
011-D-0013

011-D-0023

IV.3. Cleaning of Piping and Equipment


This paragraph gives a list of methods of cleaning to be used for removing foreign
materials in piping and equipment.

IV.3.1. Water Flushing

The objective of water flushing is to eliminate all foreign materials that may be
introduced into lines and equipment during their transportation, storage and erection.
Water flushing can be applied to the following pipes and equipment:

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Process lines which normal operating flow are liquid phase fluids and where
small water traces is not a problem for process, when these lines will be dried
out after water flushing.

Process lines of small diameter where normal operating flow are gases and
where small water traces is not a problem for process, when these lines will be
dried out after water flushing.

Lines where water is the normal fluid (raw water, plant water, process water,
cooling water, tempered water, boiler feed water, demineralised water, etc.).

Drain lines.

Lines which normal operating fluid is a chemical compatible with small water
traces.

Equipment requiring water flushing.

Cleaning operation must be carried out following the hereafter recommendations:

Identify loop and prepare same for cleaning, e.g. install blind discs, temporary
connections, etc.

Disconnected pump turbine, compressor intake and discharge lines and cover
casing nozzle to prevent cleaning medium from entering.

Remove orifice plate.

Remove or blank or bypass control valve and safety.

Blank and protect instrument connections.

Do not flush into lines connected to equipments, vessels and heat exchanger;
disconnected joints and cover flanges; after sufficient flushing, reconnect lines
and flush water through equipment, vessels and exchangers to next section of
line.

Open overhead vents vessels to prevent vacuum effects.

The following precautions must be paid when water flushing is carried out:
1. Water used for flushing must be clean and fresh. (Sea water is prohibited in
systems other than sea water networks).

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2. All piping systems will be flushed using high pressure (60.8 mPa (8.8.ksi)
minimum) jet such as rotating hose or rotating nozzle.
3. Below 4, High Velocity Water Flushing (HVWF). On systems where high
pressure jet flushing cannot be used due to complicated shapes and/or long
runs HVWF or slug flushing.
4. Velocity used in flushing will be a minimum of 3 m/sec. Duration will be decided
according to water cleanliness at the exit point.
5. A maximum allowable chloride concentration shall be less than 50 ppm for pipes
made of austenitic stainless steel to avoid stress corrosion crack. The final
rinsing will be carried out with inhibited water. NO3Na will be added to the water
three times the chloride ion content. After all the operations, the piping systems
will be completely drained, dried to a dew point below -1C and protected
against corrosion.
6. Suitable measures will be taken to ensure that dirty water does not go inside
equipment.
7. The suction side of a pump must be equipped with a strainer to catch foreign
materials. For strainers, 20 mesh temporary screens are normally recommended
but each pump will be assessed individually by Comm. Team.
8. Provision of an air connection is required to enhance drain out by air sweeping
after water flushing for oil handling lines.
9. After water flushing lines will be air dried using air from plant air system
connected by hoses to suitable points, as required.
10. Equipment which is sensitive to damage during flushing shall be removed,
blocked off or isolated. A list will be prepared and be part of the flushing
procedure. Ball valves shall be flushed in fully open position.
11. Mechanical completion shall be done immediately after the flushing if there will
be no additional work on the line, e.g. steam blowing.
This method is recommended for:
1. Cooling water system
2. Condensate system
3. Potable water

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4. Service water

IV.3.2. Steam Blowing

As soon as the steam headers and lines have been hydro tested they are ready for
blowing.
The order of blowing is as follows:

Main supply header

Unit sub header

Individual branch lines

Where required temporary vent lines will be installed deflecting the steam safely to
atmosphere. This will mainly be at battery limits and on individual steam supplied
equipment.
Target mounting methods must ensure that the targets will remain safely attached
during the steam blowing process. Actual target materials shall be polished 304 or 316
stainless steel. At least two targets shall be supplied to the test.
All drain points on the line to be blown should be full open to avoid scale accumulation
during the blowing. All steam traps on the system should be isolated with the drain lines
open and/or by pass lines open. Orifice plate tappings should be open to drain.
Initially steam will be slowly introduced into the system to allow a steady temperature
rise in the piping and equipment. Condensate must be drained from all low points to
avoid producing water slugs which could be vaporized, raising the pressure and
causing hydraulic shock and possible damage in the gaskets and pipes.
IV.3.2.1. Precautions
The following precautions must be taken when steam blowing is conducted.

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1. Before conducting steam blowing, the following matters must be notified to the
boiler unit to prevent that the balance of steam demand and supply is lost due to
large consumption for steam blowing.

Initial review and discussion of the work

Steam Blowing Schedule

Approximate Steam Consumption

Daily meeting during the job and reschedule if needed

2. Steam blowing generates noise and thereby is liable to interfere with other work.
It is necessary, therefore, to take appropriate measures. In particular, temporary
silencers will be installed in the steam exhaust to atmosphere.
3. Steam shall be blown out towards the safe side at steam discharge points. A
temporary elbow or vent line must be installed if possible at blow-off end when a
free space of approximately 5 meters is not available to permit safe blowing.
4. A safety barricade and warning signs shall be stretched approximately 10 m.
around the blow-off end to prevent people from coming into the dangerous area.
5. Any combustible material shall be removed from pipes before steam blowing.
6. Before conducting steam blowing, it is required to warm up the pipe concerned
to prevent hammering due to steam condensation. This warming up must be
carried out until steam exits from the pipe vent.
7. In order to achieve affective steam blowing, blowing and cooling cycles will have
to be repeated several times depending on service.
8. When the steam line is in the cool-down step, the blow-off end must be kept
open to prevent vacuum formation inside the pipe.
9. The steam line, where steam blowing has been completed and reinstated, shall
be placed in service with steam as soon as possible.
10. During steam blowing, it is essential that the people in charge of the actual
blowing should keep their position at all times. These people must have a radio
communications in case of emergency to stop blowing. Continuous monitoring of
lines under steam blowing shall be ensured looking for any unusual expansion
of any part of the pipe or any abnormal situations.

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11. Blowing valve operations normally are followed by minimum of 2 operators


maintaining radio communication with each other and the utilities also
concerned.

IV.3.2.2. Quality Considerations and Acceptance Criteria


Acceptance criteria for steam blowing also differ depending on the properties of steam
users.
Lines Equipped with a Target Plate (only for High Pressure Steam, 64 barg)
A target plate shall be brought into contact with blow-out steam at right angles and the
number and impacts formed on the plate due to the impact of foreign materials shall be
observed.
Acceptance criteria for these lines shall be specified as follows:

It will have no raised pit

The number of impacts usually observed shall not exceed three per square
centimeter.

The size of an impact shall not exceed 0,5 mm.

Lines Where Rated Program Will Be Applied


Steam blowing is deemed complete when no dirt or debris is witnessed at the blow-off
point.
Lines Where Once Steaming Will Be Applied
Steam blowing is deemed complete when once steaming has been smoothly carried
out, using the correct flow and time factors.
This method is recommended for:
1. Boiler feed water system
2. Steam lines

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3. Furnace piping (as convection and radiant section if refractory lined pipes are
not installed)

IV.3.3. Air blowing

Air-Blowing is one of the most efficient methods of cleaning piping systems. In this
technique a large-volume, clean system is selected as an air reservoir (a vessel) and
used to store dry air which is then released into smaller open-ended piping systems
where the velocity will significantly exceed the normal operational velocity thus resulting
in debris removal.
The objective of air blowing is to eliminate all foreign materials that may be introduced
into lines and equipment during their transportation, storage and erection.
Air blowing shall be applied to the pipes which have not been hydraulically tested or
where water flushing is not considered practical or necessary, e.g. air compressor
discharge lines, compressors lube oil pipes, etc.
During the cleaning operation, the air velocity shall be as follows:

Pneumatic flushing with dry air (Dew point -1C or less) or steam with a
minimum exit velocity of 15 m/s. Repeat flushing until cleanliness is verified by
observing the absence of any solids impact on a polished metal target at the
exit.

Air blowing shall be applied to the following pipes:

Chemical Lines.

Inst/Plant Air Line.

Hydrogen Line.

Nitrogen Line.

Fuel Gas Line.

Combustion Air Line.

Cold Service Line.

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Catalyst tubes and pigtails.

Air blowing, however, may not be limited to only the above, but may be applied also to
other service lines following water flushing or process lines with a diameter bigger than
14 inches.
Air blowing utilizes kinetic energy of air flow. In air blowing, however, high velocity must
be expected to obtain large kinetic energy since the specific gravity of air is much
smaller than water.
This system of cleaning is used on parts of the plant where it is necessary to keep the
pipe work dry. All the guidelines applied to water flushing apply equally on air, in that it
should be preplanned so that dirt and debris does not accumulate in demisters, vessels,
etc. Air blowing also serves the purpose of removing free water from the piping.
In air blowing pipe work, the objective is to maintain a high air velocity through the line
for an extended period. To achieve this it is normal to include some large volume vessel
(reactor, column, etc.) in the circuit to be blown. The circuit is then pressured up with
air, and then rapidly vented out at an open end with the vessel in the circuit acting as an
air reservoir to sustain the blow over a longer period.
Utility air or air generated by temporary compressor can be used as an air source for
blowing. The normal air compressors may be used for blowing out the relative pipe
work.
The following precautions must be taken when blowing out is conducted
1. Instrument air must be used to blow out instrument air system and nitrogen
pipes.
2. Mechanical run in of the compressor or blower shall be completed before pipes
concerned by blowing. When starting the compressor or blower, the Vendors
manual must be referred to.
3. Air flushing is a hazardous Operation, as very high forces are generated at the
air outlet. Therefore, specific safety procedures must be closely adhered to,
generally air flushing operations will be undertaken when all other works have
been stopped on site.
4. Generally air blowing will take place after normal working hours.

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5. An area of least 30 meters around the outlet points will be roped off during the
release of air.
6. A check list should be filled before start the air blowing.
7. Mechanical completion shall be done immediately after the flushing.

IV.3.4. Oil Flushing

The reliable operation of controls and machine bearings is dependent upon the
cleanliness of the lubricating oil system. Even if the best care has been taken in
fabricating and erecting the oil system to maintain cleanliness, some contamination will
unavoidably be introduced into the system. Therefore an oil flush must be performed on
all lube oil systems before start up to keep the contamination to an absolute minimum.
Oil Flushing is generally performed prior to initial commissioning as well as following
shutdown maintenance on hydraulic lube oil and seal oil systems. This will ensure that
the system is free of any foreign contamination therefore prolonging service life and
reducing un-planned and costly down time.
Systems such as fuel lines lube lines on dynamic equipment such as compressors or
turbines, oil transfer lines and hydraulic systems require oil flushing due to the
extremely clean piping specification.
The reuse and/or oil disposal will be according with JER and Saudi Legislation.
Necessary instructions for cleaning the lube and seal oil piping systems are given in
Manufacturers documents. They shall be strictly followed.
IV.3.4.1. Method
Before commencing oil flushing, the lube oil and seal oil piping systems will be blown
with air in order to remove all dirt and debris. Blowing will be performed jointly with
hammering of piping for removal of mill scales. Air blowing will also remove water or
moisture present into the piping system.
Prior to charging the system with flushing oil it is recommended to confirm the
cleanliness of the piping by inspecting all accessible areas.

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A jumper spool should be installed to bypass the machine bearings, seals, couplings
and other accessory devices. If it is not practical to flush the feed lines in situ, they are
removed, thoroughly cleaned, sealed and stored for the flushing period.
Typically the same type of oil used in routine service will be used for flushing, unless
otherwise specified by the vendor. Temporary stainless steel screens of a screen mesh
defined by the vendor, backed up by perforated steel plates should be installed to the
downstream side of the jumpers for collecting dirt that will be freed during the flushing.
The amount of dirt, plotted against flushing time will give an indication of the state of
cleanliness of the system.
Gate shut off valves may be installed at outlet from jumpers so ensuring a higher
flushing velocity by sequential isolation of each line. The charge of the oil for flushing
the system should be enough to maintain lube oil pumps submerged during operation.
Lubricant oil will be circulated into the whole system by using its own lube oil pumps
and heated up to 60C - 70C by means of console heater or by a temporary steam
connection to the oil coolers if is necessary. It is preferred to circulate the oil with the
two lube oil pumps to increase the velocity through the pipes. The oil circulation will be
extended to the whole system progressively.
After 48 hours of uninterrupted circulation, screen mesh will be installed between
flanges on oil return line to the oil tank. Usually screen with 100 meshes are used. The
screen will be regularly inspected for cleanliness with a frequency depending on the
quantity and nature of dirt found.
Throughout the flushing, the oil in the system should be heated and run at a
temperature of approx. 70C if is necessary. A thermal shock of the system, obtained
allowing the oil temperature to drop temporarily to approx. 50C, may be found effective
for loosening adherent particles which are not readily removed by a continuous flow of
hot oil. The dislodgement of particles that may have adhered to the piping surfaces
should be accelerated by vibrating or hammering oil lines.
IV.3.4.2. Quality Considerations and Acceptance Criteria
The success of the operation depends mainly on the capability of the oil pumps to
provide a flow rate larger than the normal and thus a high velocity within the lines.

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Flushing should continue until inspection discloses a definitive reduction in size and
number of particles collected in the separators, filter elements and screens, and the
screens are accepted by the appropriate vendor.
When flushing is complete, heating of the oil should be discontinued and circulation
continued until the temperature drops to approx. 50C at cooler outlet. After a minimum
of 24 hours of flushing oil circulation final cleanliness check shall be made, them the
inspection screens shall be cleaned and reinstalled and the flushing will be circulated
for a period of 12 hours. (When dirt, sand and metal particles are no longer visible on
screen mesh installed for inspection the oil flushing shall be deemed satisfactorily
completed).
Then the oil pump is to be stopped and the system drained via low point drains. The
reservoir and filter body should be inspected and all traces of residual contamination
removed.

IV.3.5. Chemical Cleaning

The purpose of this work is to remove water scale, grease, deposit oxides, which have
been formatted during construction activities so we can ensure an optimum flow as well
as an efficient output. This removal will be done using chemical products.
The chemical cleaning treatment for each item will depend on the deposit composition,
quantity, distribution and may vary considerably between one system to another, or
even within the same system at various time periods during its life.
Chemical cleaning of process lines shall be applied to all pipes and equipment where
defined as necessary this type of cleaning.
It shall be applied mainly to carbon steel suction and inter-stage pipes of Reciprocating
Compressors (when applicable), external systems circulating lube oil and seal oil for
centrifugal compressors, turbo-generators and centrifugal pumps. In general it will be
applied to systems where water, or other fluid, used for flushing and cleaning doesnt
assure the elimination of materials which can be adverse for process performance.
Materials to be removed are grease, oils, fine solids, free or adhered material and
reactive substances with process products.

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IV.3.5.1. Choice of Method


Two methods are normally used:

Static cleaning

Circulating cleaning

The static method is useful where only short runs of pipe are concerned and consist
merely of filling the pipe, or immersing shot sections in a tank, and leaving it to stand for
approximately 10 hours.
The circulation method is employed where long awkward pipe runs are encountered
and requires a reservoir, a small circulation pump capable of handling mildly corrosive
liquids and some lengths of flexible hosing of suitable diameter.
The various piping items are bolted up to form a closed loop and the solution is pumped
through the loop and recirculated into the reservoir. This method is much more efficient
than the static method due to the constant movement of the solution through the pipes.
It also allows the simultaneous cleaning of several systems, i.e. the lube and seal oil
piping from three identical compressors can be cleaned at the same time.
The choice of method is determined by the Sub-Contractor taking into account design
specifications for process lines.
IV.3.5.2. Sequence of Operations
System flushing with water
It is performed to achieve mechanical removal of solid materials, to check circulation
and to remove leaks.
Degreasing
All pipe work shall be degreased to remove oil, grease and lubricants, which are
insoluble in acid.
Degreasing will be achieved by Sub-contractor approved solution.

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The following degreasing solutions are proposed:


Chemical composition of the solution:
o Sodium Carbonate Na2CO3: 3 g/l
or
o Sodium Tripolyphosphate P3O15Na5: 2g/l and trisodium phosphate
Na3PO4:1g/l, in either case a suitable wetting agent may be used.

Duration, about 12 hours.

Intermediate rinsing
Following degreasing, the pipework shall be flushed with preferably demineralised
water at 70C for 15 minutes to remove chemical agents and solid materials. Water pH
minimum 7.0
Verify removal by monitoring pH of the flushed water.
Acid Pickling
Pickling by acid is performed to remove mill scale, etc., and shall be achieved by
dipping or by circulation using acid inhibited by anticorrosion agent.
The nature and concentration of acid and corrosion inhibitor, the temperature of the
solution and the duration of operation are determined by the Sub-Contractor in the
Specific Procedure.
The following pickling chemical composition is proposed:

Hydrochloric acid.

Ammonium Bifluoride.

Inhibitor.

During pickling operations, the temperature and pH of the solutions shall be periodically
monitored to ensure consistent conformance with the Sub-Contractor procedure.

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The ferric ion (Fe3+) shall be monitored and the acid solution replaced, if it exceeds
0.4% weight.
Main rinsing
On completion of pickling, the pipework shall be flushed with clean water, monitoring
the pH of the flushing water at the outlet. The circulation shall continue for a minimum of
10 minutes after the point at which the inlet and outlet pH are the same. Then the
pipework shall be drained of water.
Neutralizing and passivating
Neutralizing and passivating shall follow immediately after pickling and flushing, and will
create a protective coat of Fe304.inside the pipe. The solution used will be 1% of citric
acid in water, preferably demineralised but at least potable, with an inhibitor, followed
by:

Neutralization: Add ammonia in order to obtain pH 9 to 9.5.

Passivation: Add Na NO2 and recirculate for three hours.

Drying
On completion of passivating, pipework systems shall be thoroughly drained and dried
by blowing warm nitrogen or with instrument air.
Inspection
It consists in a visual inspection of each piping item for cleanliness. Pipewalls should
have a matt grey appearance.
Re- assembly and oil flushing
The final step will be to reinstall each piping item using new gaskets according to the
VENDORS drawings or specifications.
For Lube and seal oil systems, check the cleanliness of the oil reservoir(s), if suspect,
manual cleaning using a suitable detergent is required.

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The system may now be filled with the correct grade of lube oil.
IV.3.5.3. Chemicals Choice
The Sub-Contractor will carry-out the choice of chemicals with the concentration to use
for all the different phases of the chemical cleaning. They must fit with the method and
the operating conditions determined in the Specific Procedures.
The Sub-Contractor will take into account in its choice:
1. The easiness and safety of use of the chemicals.
2. The metal of pipes and equipment in the circuit to be chemical cleaned.
3. Pipes and equipment must not be damaged by the chemical cleaning. Corrosion
inhibitor shall be used to prevent attack to the metal.
4. The disposal and treatment of effluents.

IV.3.5.4. Operating Conditions


The Sub-Contractor will determine the definition of circuits or parts of circuits in which
circulation of solutions for chemical cleaning will be performed, and spool pipes which
will be treated by immersing.
From this definition of method, the Specific Procedure will include for each operation
the operating conditions:
1. Corrosion inhibitor concentration.
2. Temperature.
3. Circulation flow.
4. Chemicals solution concentration.
5. Treatment duration.
6. Quantity of solution.
(Ferric ion content shall remain lower than 0.4% weight).

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IV.3.5.5. Effluents Handling


The effluents shall not contaminate ground, sewer or river with solutions beyond that
permitted by local Pollution Control Authority.
The chemical cleaning Sub-Contractor shall arrange for the effective control,
neutralization, disposal and handling of effluents.
In no cases, the local regulations for pollution shall be transgressed.
If disposal of effluents to a sewer is permitted, it will be done after neutralization and via
a disposal tank.
IV.3.5.6. Acceptance Criteria
The chemically cleaned pipes shall be examined at accessible points.
The internal surface of pipe shall be uniform and free of rust and deposits.
If the inspections show imperfect treatment, the operations of chemical cleaning shall
be started again.
During flushing phase, it shall be controlled visually the returned liquid, it must be
similar to entering liquid; circulation will be maintained until this moment.
Solids and debris will be controlled by temporary filters.
Depending on the phase and product used for Chemical Cleaning, the following
parameters shall be controlled: turbidity, pH, total iron (Fe3+), conductivity, and other
parameters as defined in the Specific Procedure.

IV.4. Specific Pre-Start-up Operations


This paragraph describes the activities to be done for preparing the unit for start-up.
Commissioning is carried out after approval of Mechanical Completion.

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Commissioning testing verifies readiness for starting up and involves the functional
testing of segments of the facilities to confirm that important items are suitably prepared
for safe and reliable operation.
Commissioning Tests involve simultaneous multidiscipline checks of a string of process
equipment, machinery, instruments, vessels, piping and other items, in simulated
dynamic operation. Tests may take place over an extensive area of plant. Relatively
safe fluids and plant conditions are typically employed, thus facilitating rapid
intervention for any corrective activity found to be necessary.
Area safety controls may be imposed, including the use of task specific permits to work,
rather than generic area work permits used in construction.
Commissioning tests provide an appropriate degree of assurance that safe and reliable
operations will be achievable in a reasonable period of initial Start-up. The scope and
duration of these planned activities is dependent on the type of facility and the severity
of its intended operating service.
Where processes contain hazardous fluids at high severity during normal operation, a
rigorous sequence of commissioning tests will be necessary. The scope of work of the
commissioning activities will include the following:

Functional test
o Energize electrical distribution network
o Electrical motor runs
o Instrument loop test
o Telecom System tests

Piping and vessel preparation


o Leak test at operational pressure
o Drying out and inerting
o Loading of chemicals and inerting

Operational test
o Compressor and turbine run-in

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o Pump and driver run-in


Also, refer to procedure 011-IP-0001 CDU/VDU Preparation for Start up, Attachment 32

IV.4.1. Instrument Loop Test

For the instrumentation activation, operational checks shall be performed. For this
purpose, clean dry instruments air and electrical power shall be available in the plant.
During Commissioning phase Dynamic/Energized tests of each instrumental function
and/or Electrical function linked to DCS/ESD, will be performed according to its design
criteria.
The Loop/Functional Test priorities shall be dictated by the project schedule.
Functional tests shall also include package units or mechanical packages supplied by
Vendor.
Following documented operations, sequential loops checks will be carried out:

Overall loop continually shall be checked.

Individual sequential tests shall be performed on each interlock and emergency


system.

A simultaneous check of all the system components shall be performed at the


various control centers (substations, control room and local panel).

The interlock and/or emergency systems shall be checked also for fail safe
operation, which will include power failure and/or burnout, if thermocouples are
used.

IV.4.1.1. Loop Test Methodology


1. For loops and signal will be tested with a 4-20 mA. Generator. For ultrasonic,
magnetic and mass flow meters not using Hart Protocol, it is not possible to
simulate the process side, the vendor datasheets shall be used to verify the
parameters.

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2. For Temperature measurement, in a first step, check against the ambient


temperature measured with an accurate thermometer and then use of a
RTD/thermocouple simulator.
3. For level measurement, test the torque tube on the warehouse, and then testing
the line with 4-20 ma generator.
4. For gas detectors: Reference gas samples will be used as per the thresholds
selected for the project.
5. For fire detectors, appropriate sources (light, smoke...) will be used.
6. For control valves:

Check instrument air supply and pressure.

Close air supply and confirm fail safe movement.

7. The Operator on the DCS console shall guide the Field Loop Test Team through
the checkout, confirming the results at the console and verifying the response of
the controller output. These results must be confirmed/accepted by SATORP.
DCS operator console will fill-in the ICAPS test sheet with the values read at
screen when the test is done. Compliance audit with DCS/ESD scale by
simulating three operating points in 2 directions: 0%50%100%50%0%.
8. The Field Loop Test Team shall confirm the output response along with control
valve action and failure mode.
9. Priority will be given to ESD and F&G checks due to complexity and security.
10. For safe guarding systems, an operator interface (PC) shall be set up in the PIB
building; this will be manned by a trained Technician or DCS Vendor
representative who will follow for Safety Functions a step by step Logic
function test, one of SATORP could witness the tests.
11. Any problems relating to the DCS shall be logged in a punch list folder set up in
the control room. Vendor representatives or Instrument Technicians shall
resolve the problem; clear the punch list and sign and sign as being completed.
When the problem has been cleared the Loop Test Team shall repeat the
relevant test to probe the problem has been resolved.
12. The field teams will identify any problems or deficiencies encountered in the field
instrumentation on a punch list and pass the punch list to their respective
supervisor for resolution. The originator of the punch list shall sign off the items
as they are completed.

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13. Once the punch list is solved / cleared, the Loop Test Team must repeat the
relevant test.
14. All punch lists shall be prepared in accordance with SATORP Procedures.

IV.4.1.2. Function Test Method for Logic and Sequence Functions


1. Individual loops associated with Complex, Logic Loop or Sequence systems will
be initially tested using the specific form and these will be confirmed as being
accepted prior to utilising these loops in a more complex system.
2. A Logic Function Test must be written before Commissioning Activities and
verified by SATORP Acceptance of the Logic Function Test shall be made with
the specific form.
3. The Logic Function Test Plan as generated by the Instrument Supervisor shall
be used to ensure the checkout is in accordance with the safeguarding, and
Control Narrative.
4. The field Function Test Team allocated to the logic function testing shall
simulate the process variable by imposing a signal into the process side of the
transmitter to produce an electronic output at the DCS, ESD or PLC. The
forcing or disabling of the logic to generate a field action or output is not
permitted during the testing of logic functions. Output simulators shall only be
used where alternative methods are not feasible. This shall have been agreed
with SATORP, in advance, as a part of the Function Test Plan review.
5. All Process graphic displays with their attached tag names links and animations
suppose to be tested during FAT and will not be done again except if default is
discovered.
6. An operator interface (PC) shall be set up in the PIB building or MCB Control
room, manned by a trained Technician, who shall monitor the systems response
and mark up the check list as each input is tested. A representative of the
vendor and one of SATORP could witness the tests.
7. Any problems relating to the systems shall be recorded in a punch list folder set
up in the control room. Vendor representatives or Instrument Technicians shall
resolve the problems, clear the item and sign off the punch list when the
rectification work has been complete.

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8. The field teams shall note down any problems or deficiencies with the field
instrumentation on a punch list and pass the punch list to the appropriate
supervisor for resolution. The originator of the punch list shall off the items as
they are completed. A Trouble shooting team could be foreseen is needed, but
the deficiencies should be solved by the field instrumentation team as a first
step.
9. All punch lists shall be prepared in accordance with SATORP Project Procedure.
10. Time saving could be realized if associated with loop checks, complex
logics/controls are also scheduled: Functional checks for fire and gas systems,
Functional checks for Emergency Shutdown System, Confirmation of alarms
and trips set points and Burner Management System (BMS).

IV.4.1.3. Functional Test Sequence


Functional tests of complex controls and/or logics should be commonly scheduled with
loop check of basic functions allowing saving of time.
Functional test results will be reported on "Functional test sheets" which are available
for every type of basic function.
IV.4.1.4. Commissioning Functional Test Sheet
The following test sheets will be used for all the items according to the loop type:

Analog Loop

Digital Loop

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INSTRUMENT
ANALOG LOOP
P01

*J10065188*
*J10065188*
FJ01B - ANALOG LOOP

FORM :

BF : 011-F-0001
PID N :
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480002
TASK NUMBER :
J10065188

TASK LOCATION :

ESTIMATED TIME (MH) :

EXPENDED TIME (MH) :

ONSHORE

Subsystem J0110101

PUNCH LIST ITEMS :

ASSOCIATED ITEMS
011-FC-0001, 011-FE-0001, 011-FT-0001

Associated datas Lo o p ta g :

T S D L R e v:

Associated tags

Yes No

NA

Comment

Unit
Scale
Square root extraction performed within the transmitter
Square root extraction performed within the ICSS
Value of the threshold 1
Value of the threshold 2
Value of the threshold 3
Value of the threshold 4
Line monitoring
Associated ESD level tag

Note 1

Safety level tripped


Associated outputs
Comments

If necessary, additional sheet can be attached for comments


No te 1 : When checking the trip condition, report this test on the Safety Logic Diagram by highlighting for instance the correspond
input of the relevant safety level to avoid repeating this test twice
No te 2 : This form might be amended as per the project ICSS or PLC Standard if necessary

Punch list ra ise d

YES

NO

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INSTRUMENT
DIGITAL LOOP
P01

*J10065191*
*J10065191*
FJ01A - DIGITAL LOOP

FORM :

BF : 011-H-0600
PID N :
02020-011-G-0001A-0036
TASK NUMBER :
J10065191

TASK LOCATION :

ESTIMATED TIME (MH) :

EXPENDED TIME (MH) :

ONSHORE

Subsystem J0110101

PUNCH LIST ITEMS :

ASSOCIATED ITEMS
011-HS-0600-L

D a ta s

Loop tag:

TS LD-Rev:

W hen relevant loop type as per PID Symbol Instrument (e.g.Motor type M
Associated tags

Yes No

NA

Comment

Normal state v ersus faulty process conditions

Equipment status

Priority selector for motors in duty /stand-by configuration


Line monitoring input
Line monitoring output
Fail safe output
Associated ESD level tag

Note 1

Safety level tripped


Associated outputs
Comments

If necessary, additional sheet can be attached for comments


Note 1 : When checking the trip condition, report this test on the Safety Logic Diagram by highlighting for instance the correspond
input of the relevant safety level to avoid repeating this test twice
Note 2 : This form might be amended as per the project ICSS or PLC Standard if necessary

Punch list ra ise d

YES

NO

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IV.4.2. Electrical Motor Run

The purpose of mechanical run is to check the mechanical performance such as


differential absorbed current, vibration, noise, heat generation of equipment.
Induction motors to be used as drivers for pumps, compressors, fans and blowers shall
be mechanically run in.
The mechanical run in will always comply with Vendors instructions and
recommendation.
The following motors shall be excluded from mechanical run in:
1. Motors for chemical injection pumps.
2. Motors for canned pumps.
3. Motors coupled with their service equipment.
The running in of induction motors shall be carried out prior to coupling with their
service equipment in order to check the motors for smooth operation, perform initial run
in of moving parts and make adjustments, if required.
All the technical data of the motor will be checked:
a. Ambient Temperature.
b. Bearing Temperature.
c. Current.
d. Voltage drop.
e. Winding temperatures reading (if any).
f.

Vibration analysis tests (If necessary).

When the bearing temperature rises and vibration measured after stabilization of
continuous run-in is within the values specified in vendors instruction manual,
mechanical run-in shall be deemed to be successfully completed.

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IV.4.2.1. Details for Implementation


Remote Control Unit Test
Tripping/closing contactors for induction motors shall be tested from the control station.
Direction of Rotation
Prior to the continuous run in, the direction of rotation of induction motors shall be
checked.
Continuous Run-in
Induction motors to be used as drivers for pumps, compressors, fans and blowers,
except motors excluded from mechanical run shall be continuously run in for:
1. Three hours for the low voltage induction motors under no load.
2. Four hours for the high voltage induction motors under no load.
However, when these indexes are not stabilized within three hours (LV) or four hours
(HV), run in period shall be extended until they are stabilized.
IV.4.2.2. Commissioning Functional Test Sheet

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COMMISSIONING FUNCTIONAL TEST SHEET


ELECTRICAL
LV MOTOR
P01

*J10103201*
*J10103201*
FORM :

BF : 011-GM-0001-A

FP13 - LV MOTOR

CRUDE CHARGE PUMP MOTOR A


PID N :
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480002
TASK NUMBER :
J10103201

TASK LOCATION :

ESTIMATED TIME (MH) :

EXPENDED TIME (MH) :

ONSHORE

Subsystem J0110101

PUNCH LIST ITEMS :

DATA
MANUFACTURER

RATING

kW SC/FLC

FRAME SIZE

VOLTAGE:

V TYPE OF PROTECTION

SERIAL NO.

CURRENT

A INSULATION CLASS:

DUTY

RPM

TEMP. RISE CLASS:


RESULT

FUNCTION TEST REQUIREMENT

INITIALS

Check precommissioning activities have been carried


out (refer to check list and test sheet).
Check equipment for cleaness.
Measure Insulation resistance value of motor windings
and cables at 1000 V (Minimum value: 100 Mohm).

UVW - E =

Measure Insulation resistance value of motor anticondensation heater at 500 V. Minimum value 10 Mohm
Energise motor anti-condensation heater and check
related voltage & current at terminal box.

Mohm

Mohm

Energise control of motor starter and put starter in test


position.
Perform secondary injection test on protection relays
and metering and record on attached sheet FTR-2.
Check protection setting according relay protection
study
Carry out functional test of circuit breaker in local and
remote configurations as indicated on attached sheet
FTR-1
Test interface trips and signals (remote alarms & status)
as indicated on attached Sheet FTR-5
Energise start and stop (impulse) motor uncoupled to
check direction of rotation.
If required, perform a 1 hour no load (uncoupled) test of the motor and record
results in following table.
Starting current

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SAME TEST SHEETS WILL BE USED FOR THE FOLLOWING ITEMS:

SUBSYSTEM
J0110101

J0110102

J0110103

J0110201

J0110202

J0110203

J0110204

J0110205

011-GM-0001A/B

011-AM-0006A/B

011-GM-0002A/B

011-GM-0042A/B

011-GM-0014A/B

011-AM-0004A/B

011-GM-0011A/B

011-GM-0009A/B

011-GM-0038A/B

011-GM-0024A/B

011-GM-0003A/B

011-KM-0002A/B/C

011-AM-0003A/B

011-GM-0013A/B

011-GM-0004A/B

011-KM-0003

ITEMS

011-GM-0039A/B
011-GM-0040A/B

SUBSYSTEM
J0110206

J0110207

J0110208

J0110209

J0110302

J0110303

J0110304

011-GM-0012A/B

011-GM-0010A/B

011-GM-0008A/B

011-AM-0001A/B/C

011-GM-0018A/B

011-GM-0016A/B

011-AM-0005A/B/C

011-AM-0001D/E/F

011-GM-0017A/B

011-AM-0005D/E/F

011-AM-0001G/H/I

011-GM-0041A/B

011-AM-0005G/H

011-AM-0001J/K/L

011-GM-0015A/B

011-AM-0001M/N/O

011-GM-0020A/B

ITEMS
011-AM-0001P
011-AM-0002A/B/C
011-AM-0002D/E/F
011-GM-0005A/B
011-GM-0007A/B

SUBSYSTEM

ITEMS

J0110305

J0110306

J011SA00

J011UA11

J011UA12

J011UA13

J011UA14

011-GM-0029A/B

011-GM-0023A/B

011-GM-0025A

011-GM-0037A/B

011-GM-0030A/B

011-GM-0035A/B

011-GM-0032A/B

011-KM-0001

011-GM-0027A

011-KM-0005

011-GM-0031A/B

011-KM-0004A/B

SUBSYSTEM
J011UL20

J011UL30

J011UM00

J011UW00

J011UZ00

011-GM-0028A/B

011-AM-0008

011-AM-0007A/B/C

011-GM-0006A/B

011-GM-0026A/B

011-AM-0007D/E/F

011-GM-0019A/B

ITEMS
011-GM-0021A/B
011-GM-0022A/B

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IV.4.3. Tightness Test

This is normally the last stage before inerting and the introduction of hydrocarbon gases
or liquids or chemicals and is a vital safety step in the start-up sequence.
All equipment and pipe work shall have been tested during construction, but during the
various stages described above many flanges, vents, drains, etc. will have been
opened. The tightness test is a final system integrity check before introducing
hazardous materials into the Plant.
The leak test is to be carried out after final installation by air, nitrogen and the proper
process.
Insulation of flanges shall be done after the final pressure test of the section.
Air or nitrogen is normally used at supply pressure, generally 4 -7 barg. As general rule
tightness testing is to be executed according to P&ID diagram circuits marked up. The
leak test pressure must not be higher than the design pressure of equipment or
pipework.
Note
When the furnace and the reactors are heated up to a temperature of 450-550C all hot
flanges must be hot bolted.
The purging with inert gases which follows is to remove all air before the introduction of
hydrocarbons or chemicals. The following procedure will be used to ensure that the unit
is absolutely tight. When followed correctly, the chances that the equipment will have to
be opened for leak repairs later will be minimised.
The opening of the equipment after the introduction of hydrocarbons will cause delays
because the equipment has to be isolated, drained, purged with nitrogen to remove the
contents and then, after the repairs are carried out, re-inerted and tightness-tested.
Detailed procedures for implementation of Tightness Tests shall be prepared based on
this general procedure.

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When the planned commissioning tests are complete, the plant achieves Ready for
Initial Start-Up (RFISU) status.
The test shall be performed for all piping, vessel, process and utility equipment, and all
their associated connections.
For nitrogen, an air tightness test may be performed initially instead of a Service Test.
Nitrogen will not be charged to the system until there is an operational requirement and
a Company validation for it.
The following items shall be excluded from the system undertaking the Test:

Vent pipe.

Safety valve discharge pipes to atmosphere

Drain pipes to open basin.

Underground piping that has no flanges.

Flare stacks.

Heater casings.

Sprinklers.

Halon piping and deluge network downstream the control valves.

Atmospheric storage vessels.

Ancillaries of packages previously run at the Manufacturers.


The system is pressurised with the test fluid to operational pressure and then checked
for leaks at all the connections:

Flanges/threads.

Screw connections.

Manholes.

Valves.

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Any leaks identified will be rectified and the system confirmed tight.
The requirements for pre start-up leak tests and service test during initial start-up shall
be as follows:

For systems with maximum operating pressure greater than 6.894 MPa (1000
psi), a leak test with inert gas, followed by a service test, shall be conducted at
the maximum operating pressure of the piping system.

For systems with maximum operating pressures less than 6894 MPa (1000 psi)
a pre start-up leak test with inert gas shall be conducted at the available inert
gas (not exceeding the maximum operating pressure) or pressure as
recommended by the responsible of the Company, followed by a service test at
normal operating pressure of the piping systems. When inert gas is not
available, the service test will satisfy the pre start-up leak test requirements.

The pressure on the system will be brought up incrementally to the Maximum Normal
Operating Pressure (If not defined 90% of the design pressure should be considered).
It is however acceptable that the systems having a maximum operating pressure of less
than 10 bars may be also tested at the instrument air pressure, even if the maximum
pressure is not reached.
Whenever the maximum operating pressure of the system is above the available air
pressure, other means of pressurization are required to perform the leak test.
Nitrogen shall be used as the leak testing means.
The opportunity will be taken to re-use the nitrogen for the following nitrogen leak test,
and to inert the leak tested system.
Following a pressure test carried out with nitrogen at 20 bar, the oxygen content will be
around 1%. Therefore the N2 high pressure leak test should normally be sufficient for
inerting purposes.

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IV.4.3.1. Exceptions

Pumps will be isolated and tested at their maximum suction pressure.

Centrifugal compressor will be isolated and tested at the compressor shutdown


balance pressure.

Systems working under vacuum will be leak tested at 10% below the set point of
the pressure safety valves.

IV.4.3.2. Quality Considerations and Acceptance Criteria


Acceptance criteria for air and nitrogen test:
The leak test will be considered successful if, at the test pressure, the fall in pressure is
equal or less than 0.05 bar/hr.
In the case of process gases with more than 100 ppm SH2, the accepted fall in
pressure will be reduced to 0.03 b/hr.
In the case of systems operating under vacuum, the test criteria will be a pressure
increase equal or less than 0.02 b/hr.
Principle of Fluid to be Used
The principle is to test a system by using an inert fluid close as far as possible of the
characteristic of the target fluid.
Non- Hydrocarbons System
All non Hydrocarbon system shall be tested with the target fluid, as follow:

Water shall be used for Fire water, water services.

Air shall be used for air services.

Nitrogen shall be used for nitrogen services

Etc

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Hydrocarbon System
For the system processing hydrocarbon or chemical, principle shall be defined as
follow:

Oil system at low pressure (#150 series), assumed as single phase oil to be
tested with water.

Chemical product system, particularly those one blanketed by gas or nitrogen to


be tested with nitrogen.

Sweet gas system ( Fuel gas, gas treatment), propane , single phase oil from
#300 series and multi-phase oil to be tested with nitrogen.

IV.4.4. Drying of Piping And Equipment

In general, drying will be applied to the following installations:

Refractory of furnaces.

Pipes or equipment where normal operating fluid is air or gases, once they have
been water hydraulic tested and/or chemical cleaned and/or water flushed.

Pipes or equipment where normal operating fluid is a chemical product which is


incompatible with water:
o Hydrocarbon pipes and equipment
o Lube oil systems

Drying can be distinguished into two different categories:

Simple drying: until water free.

Critical drying: To a specific dew point.

In order to carry out an effective drying of the system lines shall be split into smaller
sections and dried one by one. Especial attention shall be paid to process systems:

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For instrument air system, instrument department shall purge the impulse lines
of instruments as they are commissioned.

Confirm the suitability of hoses and the portable equipment to be used.

Piping and equipment subsystems will be depressurized / pressurized and/or air


swept with instrument air or dry air from temporary compressor as per a timing
sequence and circuit wise in order to remove moisture.

The vented gases will be tested for dew point. The detailed Precommissioning
procedure will provide instructions and guidelines as required.

Conduct drying in accordance with system / subsystem detailed procedures.


During drying, periodically check the sample points for dryness.
On completion of the drying, the system shall be left with a small flow / purge until
needed. Then, before further start up activities, samples shall be taken to confirm that
the dew point of the air has not increased. Proceed to further dry-out if dew point has
increased.
Isolate the dried system by closing isolation valve or by putting blinds to avoid the
invasion of moisture into the system.
If the system requires inerting then as soon as possible after drying pressurize the
system to 0.2-0.3 barg with nitrogen and hold.
IV.4.4.1. Refractory Dry-out
Refractory dry-out must be carried out carefully following the manufacturers dry-out
curve precisely taking also into consideration the following notes.
The purpose of the dry-out is to remove water in 2 phases:
1. Free water, which might by laying on the surface of the refractory, laying
between the casing of the furnace and refractory, laying in cracks or between
bricks.

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2. Water of crystallization, water crystals is formed during the mixing, application


and initial drying of the castable refractory. These crystals must be slowly
vaporized during the second phase of the dry-out.
During the dry-out period, water that has accumulated in the refractory must be
vaporized slowly. This is to prevent the water boiling violently and spalling the castable
lining and/or lifting up of the furnace floor.
lf the furnace is idle during cold/freezing periods it is important that space heaters are
installed or lighting a few burners to prevent water laying in the refractory from freezing.
Water freezing will cause refractory damage. lf water enters the furnace after the initial
dry-out has been completed the dry-out must be repeated.
During the dry-out period of the furnace the nitrogen circulating stream also dries out
the process gas boiler. Regular checks of the furnace casing and process gas boiler
shell are necessary. Hot spots on the casing of the furnace or process gas boiler can
occur if free water is boiling too quickly between the refractory and casing/shell. In this
case an additional holding period must take place until the hot area temperatures have
reduced indicating that the water has been removed.
When lighting the burners during the dry-out phase maximum combustion air flow rate
must be utilized. This is to help the removal of water vapours and good heat distribution
through the furnace during low temperatures.
The burner lighting sequence must be used until required temperature is reached.
During this phase, alight burners must be rotated. This is to ensure that the heat
distribution will be uniform and to check the operation of the burners and that the muffle
block is checked.
When the burners are lit do not put them on radiant, but maintain a sort yellow flame by
slowly closing in the burner air register. Maintain the lowest possible fuel gas pressure
to the burners this is to ensure that the maximum number of burners is lit and for good
heat distribution.
The bridge wall temperature thermocouple is the only temperature variable to be used
for the dry out curve.

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IV.4.4.2. Dry-out Procedure


1. Fill the boiler steam generation system with water (and chemicals if the boil out
is to be carried out at the same time) to 60%.
2. Establish nitrogen circulation flow through the catalyst tubes. Around 60-70
Nm3/h per catalyst tube.
3. Prepare for burner lighting as per Reformer vendor burner management system
(BMS) and following section.
4. Ignite burners, utilizing the burner lighting sequence to maintain the dry out
schedule.
5. Increase the bridge wall temperature according to manufacturer instructions, as
example:
a. Increase the bridge wall temperature at 15C per hour to 120C hold for
24 hours.
b. Increase the bridge wall temperature at 15C per hour from 120C to
150C hold for 24 hours.
c. Increase the bridge wall temperature at 15C per hour from 150C to
300C hold for 24 hours.
d. Increase the bridge wall temperature at 15C hour from 300C to 550C
hold for 24 hours.
When the dry-out of the furnace and process gas boiler has been completed the
reformer can be shutdown for inspection of the furnace, process gas boiler and steam
drum.
Reduce the bridge wall temperature at a maximum rate of 25C per hour.
When the bridge wall temperature indication is reading less than <200C and with
minimum 2 x row burners lit at minimum fuel gas pressure, stop the remaining fuel gas
burners and continue to cool down the furnace.
Open the peep sight doors and open the air registers fully as required to help the final
cooling of the furnace, process gas boiler and steam generation system.

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IV.4.4.3. Inspection of the Refractory


Prepare the plant for internal inspection using the client practices and safety
procedures.
a. Open the reformer access doors in the radiant and convection sections.
b. Open the steam drum manway.
c. Open the process gas boiler manway doors.
With the appropriate internal inspection permits duly signed by the client the inspection
can be carried out.
Radiant section
1. Inspect radiant box walls; ensure the castable refractory has no cracks more
than 5 mm in width and all anchoring system is well installed, all sections.
2. Inspect the floor, any cracks more than 5 mm in width must be repaired.
3. Inspect the crossover section; ensure the castable refractory has no cracks
more than 5 mm in width.
4. Using a powerful flash light, check that the muffle blocks are still in position and
secure.
5. Check the catalyst tube bottom guide plates; ensure no debris is lodged inside.
6. Check sight doors, ensure there are no gaps around the performed insulation
blocks
Transition ducting
1. Inspect the castable refractory, ensure the refractory has no cracks more than
2. 5 mm in width. Check the refractory for voids.
3. Check the thermocouples and thermowells.
4. Check the shock bank coils.
5. Check the O2 analyser probe.

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6. Check expansion joints.


Convection section and flue gas tunnels
1. Check at the castable refractory in the convection section between coils; ensure
the refractory has no crack more than 5 mm in width. Check the refractory for
voids.
2. Ensure ah coils are clean and hangers (if any) are secure.
3. Check ah expansion joints.
4. Check thermo wells.
5. Check the ID fans damper. Rotate the damper to ensure it is functioning
correctly.
6. Check expansion bellows, ensure there are no cracks/rips in the bellows and
that the bellows have sufficient slack to ensure they do not go tight.
7. Check that the tunnel walls are vertical and no cracks are showing in the
brickwork.
Flue gas duct
1. Check the castable, repair any cracks more than 5 mm or bose refractory.
Check for voids.
Burners
1. Remove, clean and check ah the fuel gas burners.
2. Ensure the burners are reinstalled as per vendors drawings.
Process gas boiler
1. Check the refractory, repair any cracks with a width of more than > 3 mm. Check
for voids in the refractory.
2. Check the tube sheet for damage to the ferrules.
3. Ensure the tubes are clean by blowing through with air.

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4. Check the by-pass valve, ensure it is functioning correctly.


5. When all the inspections are complete and repairs, if any carried out. Close all
the manways and heave the process under N2 pressure after purging out the O2

IV.4.5. Purging with nitrogen

It is assumed that all pre-start operations including drying and catalyst loadings have
been completed together with the mechanical check of the unit. It is also assumed that
all lines have been tested and washed.
Purging operations have to be done with nitrogen introduced by means of temporary
connections. The best procedure for purging involves repeated pressurisation of the
system with nitrogen, followed by blow through and depressurisation down to
atmospheric pressure.
This procedure is repeated until the oxygen content in the equipment and lines is
reduced to less than 0.1% by vol. Drager tube or portable oxygen analyzer can
measure the oxygen content. Once purging operation has started, it would be better to
continue uninterrupted, until the oxygen content has been reduced to the desired level.
The quantity of nitrogen required for purging can be established by estimating the
volume of the section to be purged and this can be done with the help of the P&ID
diagrams which are also used to programme and control the operation.
It is recommended to subdivide the plant into various systems in order to optimise the
nitrogen consumption. After having defined which system is to be purged first, the same
nitrogen can be used in successive systems provided the conditions allow it to do so. In
this manner the overall consumption of nitrogen can be reduced.
This procedure can only be done for the first start-up, when the plant is devoid of
hydrocarbons or after a major plant shutdown.
The pre-commissioning team just prior to start-up, taking into account the above
mentioned points, will perform a detailed programme of purging operation.
Follow the intermediate procedure CDU/VDU Preparation for Start-Up (011-IP-0001),
Attachment 32

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IV.4.6. Operational Tests

Once all basic functions of a subsystem have been functionally tested, the subsystem
will be subject, wherever applicable, to an operational test.
This operational test consists of bringing the subsystem equipment into operation under
conditions as close as possible to normal, during a significant period, not only to live
test the automated devices, controls, normal and shutdown sequences, but also to
reveal possible mechanical or electrical faults (water tightness, vibrations, overheating,
overloading, etc.), which may occur during prolonged normal use.
The purpose of the operational tests is therefore to prove that the main equipment is
mechanically sound, and that each subsystem, as a whole, is ready for normal
operation.
The operational tests are the key commissioning activity: the establishment of relevant
Procedures, the tests preparation and their execution, the engineering of temporary
facilities wherever required to allow operational testing, the organization and the supply
of all required means, are part of the commissioning scope of work.
As a general rule, will be subject to an operational test:

All subsystems including major mechanical equipment.


Typical examples:
o Fire water pumps.
o Air and process compressors.
o Power generators.

A number of subsystems which, although they do not include major rotating


equipment, perform a vital function of the plant.
Typical examples:
o ESD/F&G.
o Hydraulics.

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o Deluges.

IV.4.6.1. Pumps and Driver Run-in


The running-in of the process pumps can be performed by water during the washing of
the unit.
Before the equipment is ever started it should be checked as follows:

Review carefully the manufactures operating instruction.

Verify that the pump and driver are properly aligned.

Check that all cooling water piping to pumps is correctly installed.

Check gland or seal oil piping. When a pump is furnished with mechanicals
seals, verify that all components of the flushing system such as strainers,
separators, restriction orifices and coolers have been correctly installed and are
clean.

Verify that bearings shafts are clean and properly lubricated. All bearings should
be flushed clean and the correct lubricant in the proper quantity must be
provided. Record type of lubricants used and date of lubrication.

Install temporary strainers at the suction of each pumps.

Rotate pump and driver by hand, checking that they turn freely.

Check that run-in water supply and delivery circuits are lined up.

Open suction valves fully, venting air from piping and pump completely, filling
with liquid.

Put pressure gauges in service.

Ensure that electrical power is available from switchgear to starter of electric


motor drivers. For steam turbine drivers, the turbine is warmed by slowly
opening exhaust valve. Back in steam while draining water from casing.

Exhaust valve is always fully opened before starting. Where exhaust system is
under vacuum, as must be warmed by gradually introducing driving steam, after
opening exhaust valve. In vacuum exhaust system, sealing steam must be

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admitted to turbine shaft labyrinths to avoid loss of vacuum and to prevent air
from entering system.

Crack open discharge valve of centrifugal pump and fully open discharge valve
of positive displacement pump before starting.

Start pump and bring up speed immediately, observing discharge pressure.

Partially open discharge valve to give a flow adequate for testing the pump,
avoiding motor overload.

In event of unusual noise, vibration, overheating or other abnormal condition,


shut down immediately. Correct cause before resuming operation.

Check shaft sealing. Mechanical seals should show no leakage. Conventionally


packed stuffing boxes must always be allowed to leak slightly to provide some
lubrication and prevent overheating. Stuffing box nuts are generally only finger
tight. A mechanical seal may show leakage on start-up. After pump has been
started and stopped a few times, leakage should stop. If seal leakage persists,
action must be taken to correct problem.

If pump is to be tested with a liquid with higher than design specific gravity, take
special care to avoid motor overload. Discharge valve must be throttled and the
motor amp. Loading checked. Avoid restricting discharge to the extent that it will
cause internal recirculation and excess heat generation.

The discharge valve of an operating positive displacement pump, (rotating or


reciprocating), should never be closed as casing can be overpressurised.

IV.4.6.2. Compressor and Motor Run-in


In principle, vendor gives the operation and start-up instructions for compressors and
pumps and the instructions given below are only intended as a general rule and should
never supersede the VENDOR procedure.
Intermediate procedures have been written for the compressors of the unit, based on
the Vendor procedure and the CDU/VDU Process licensor:
Compressor 011-K-0001 Shutdown/Degassing/Gassing/StartUp (011-IP-0010)

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Before start-up, the engineer in charge should be familiar with the vendor instructions
and follow the vendor instructions all through the start-up.
The compressor may have been idle for some time. A check should therefore be made
to see if the compressor has been run in. The mechanical supervisor normally does
this. If the machine has been run in, the auxiliary lube oil pump should be started once
a day.
If the loading valves have been removed or pipe work disconnected, the open ends
must be covered to prevent entry of foreign material or water into the compressor.
Initial check
After completing the compressor check list and a function test of all alarms and trips are
fully operational, all necessary personnel must be informed about the intention to start.
The auxiliary lube oil pump should be started about 20 minutes prior to the compressor
start, to check its operation and to warm up the bearings.
If the compressor lube oil pump is of the manual type, the oil pressure should be
brought up to operating pressure several times to be sure that all lubrication points have
been provided with oil, prior to the start-up.
During this time, check the operation of the loaders and ensure that there is no liquid in
the suction, interstage and discharge knock-out drum or pipe work.
Also ensure that the compressor is free moving by rotating the shaft 450. Purge the
compressor with nitrogen if there is a possibility of presence of oxygen.
Start-up
Pressurize the compressor by opening of the suction block valve. When the machine is
up to pressure, closes it again and checks for leaks. Check that the electric motor is in
the on position.
Start the cylinder lubrication. If these cylinders are not of the shaft-driven type, check
their operation. The cylinders are normally set at maximum during running in and initial
operation, then reduced to optimum when the pistons have been worn in. Open all
discharge block valves.

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The main motor can then be started. Leave for a moment to allow it to run up to speed.
When the motor is up to speed, put the auxiliary lube oil pump into the automatic start
position and allow the main lube oil to take over.
The suction block valve can then be opened. This must be done slowly to avoid
overloading the machine by a sudden surge of gas. Allow it to run for a minute
unloaded and check the operation of the cylinder lubricators (that is if they are driven
from the main shaft). Also, note the Amps.
Loading
In principle the compressor should not be running unloaded for a longer period, and
should be loaded as soon as possible to avoid over-heating.
With the motor running correctly and all suction and discharge valves open, the
compressor may then be loaded. The compressor must always be loaded from the
driver end to outboard end (unloading is the reverse of this). Always check the
manufacturers starting/operating instructions.
Running check list
Most of the time there is a vendor recommended checklist. If this checklist is not
available, the following general rules can be followed.
When the machine is fully loaded, or partially, if designed that way, the following items
should be checked regularly:

Suction and discharge temperatures

Jacket temperatures (where applicable)

Interstage temperatures (where applicable)

Lube oil temperatures

Suction, interstage and discharge pressures

Lube oil pressures

Motor Amps

Pressure drop over lube oil filters

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Use of utilities like nitrogen, steam, cooling water, etc.

At normal operation, these shall be checked minimally 2 times each shift. During initial
operation these should be checked more regularly and at each load change.

IV.4.7. Inter-Departmental Coordination

Notification should be given to the other departments of the refinery which will
concerned with the upcoming start-up; off-sites/storage, other process units integrated
with the unit, utilities, maintenance and instrument departments and the laboratory.
During the start-up phase, additional manpower should be made available from the
operating, maintenance, and instrument departments, in order to assist in unit labour
coverage. In addition, the final laboratory schedule should be posted and the laboratory
alerted, so that the required quality control tests can be carried out as and when
required.

IV.4.8. Utility headers Commissioning

These headers may have been temporarily commissioned during the precommissioning
phase.
For ease of upstream operation, the utility system should be put into service as soon as
possible. The various lines must be tested for leakage and washed free of debris and
construction trash.
Air headers must be checked for water, and gas headers for water and condensates.
Here is a non restrictive list of these systems and the status under which they are
expected to be. Some of the systems may not be applicable, depending on the unit:
In service means the system is operational: main header and users feeder lined up.
Each individual user only is isolated either by block valves, if available, or blinds.
Ready to use means the system (main header, individual user feeders) has been
flushed / cleaned, dried if required, leak and pressure tested and left under the

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appropriate atmosphere. The main header has been subsequently shut-off with block
valves and blinds.

Instrument air: In service.

Plant air: In service.

Cooling water system: In service, individual users isolated, drain open.

Nitrogen system: In service and checked for proper oxygen content.

Steam: In service, drains and traps have been checked. Steam lines should be
warmed-up slowly to prevent damage by water hammer. All steam traps and
control valves in the system are to be placed in service for purpose of testing.
High pressure to low pressure steam letdown systems must be operational.

Fire water: In service.

Flare system: Ready to use. (The unit flare main header of the unit is kept open
to atmosphere and isolated with blinds from the Refinery flare collector at the
battery limit - depending on site circumstances).

Electrical equipment: Ready to use. Electric motors have been run in for 4 hours
(disconnected from the driven machine).

All wiring, junction boxes, breakers, switches grounding and so on have been checked
for correctness and compliance with specifications.
The different electricity network will be checked and the different automatic switches in
the power supply tested:

Electrical power to instruments by the auxiliary / UPS power system.

Automatic transfer from the regular transformer to the stand-by.

For the utilities of the unit, follow the intermediate procedure:

011-IP-0014, Utilities Start-Up/Shutdown.

011-IP-0015, Combustible Fuel Gas Gassing/Start-up/Shutdown/Degassing.

011-IP-0016, Flare System Gassing/Start-up/Shutdown/Degassing.

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IV.4.9. Unit Gas In

Follow the intermediate procedures CDU/VDU Preparation for Start-Up (011-IP-0001),


Attachment 32 and CDU/VDU Start-Up (011-IP-0002), Attachment 33

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V. START-UP PROCEDURES
For start-up procedures refer to the following Intermediate Procedures:

CDU/VDU Start Up, Attachment 33

Amine Section Gassing/ Start-Up/ Shutdown/ Degassing, Attachment 36

Steam Generation Start-Up/ Shutdown, Attachment 37

Tempered Water System Gassing/ Start-Up/ Shutdown/ Degassing, Attachment


38

Close Drain Gassing/ Start-Up/ Shutdown/ Degassing, Attachment 39

E-0016/17/18 Gassing/ Start-Up/ Shutdown/ Degassing, Attachment 40

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VI. NORMAL OPERATION

VI.1. Operation of CDU/VDU


As long as process conditions are within acceptable limits according to the process
design data, the Crude distillation Unit shall be kept at the operating conditions as per
PFDs and Heat and Material Balance (see Attachment 2 and Attachment 5).
The CDU/VDU can be working in several operating modes:

Base Case: Naphtha/Kero TBP Cut Point 145 C

Maxi Kero: Naphtha/Kero TBP Cut Point 140 C

Maxi Naphtha: Naphtha/Kero TBP Cut Point 160 C

Kero in Diesel Pool: LVGO/MVGO Cut Point maximized

Naphtha splitter Reboiler Duty = 15 GCal/h Case

Some operating conditions shall be adjusted from one case to the other as per the set
points given in the chapter III.2 Description of Flow and also shown in the PFDs and in
the Heat and Material Balances of the unit for each operating case.
As explained in chapter III.3 Process Variables, several parameters can be adjusted
to adapt the unit in order to obtain the products yields and the adequate quality.

VI.1.1. Operating Flexibility

The CDU/VDU has been designed for normal operation between 60% and design
capacity.

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VI.2. Alternative Operating Modes


Additionally the following cases have also been taken in consideration in the design of
the unit:

VI.2.1. VDU Bypass

When the Vacuum Distillation Section requires being down for decoking, this can be bypassed and the Atmospheric Residue feeds directly to the DCU (Delayed Coker Unit).
During the by-pass of the VDU section, the Atmospheric Residue will be pumped and
cooled down in the heat exchangers that are normally operating with Vacuum Residue
before being sent to the DCU. This operation shall also have the possibility to either
maximize the flow to the DCU or to send the entire Atmospheric Residue to storage
what requires extra cooling.
The unit under VDU by-passing will operate at turndown condition, i.e. 60% of the
design capacity (i.e. 120000 BPSD). The cut point and specifications for all the
atmospheric distillation products are the as defined for the Base Case.
For further details of VDU Bypass procedure, refer to Attachment 41.

VI.2.2. Light Arabian Crude Case

In case of long term shutdown of DCU it is necessary to switch over from Heavy
Arabian crude to Arabian Light Crude feed to CDU/VDU, in order to limit the amount of
fuel oil export and go on with refinery operations.
To avoid thermal and hydraulics bottlenecks in the unit, the following changes to the
operating conditions shall be implemented:

Reduce the crude feed to CDU/VDU to 90% of normal capacity for the Heavy
Arabian Case. i.e. 1061.3 t/h per train (185000 BSPD)

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Adjust Naphtha/Kerosene Cut Point at 150C to increase naphtha recovering


and reduce kerosene recovering, in order to balance underdesign on each
product and maximize Light Arabian crude capacity.

Modify the LVGO Cut Point to maximize the specification on ASTM D86 95% vol
of the total cut LAGO+HAGO+LVGO < 360C

Increase Preflash inlet temperature to 206C.

Increase the striping steam of Preflash Column to 6t/h to compensate


intermediate preheat train lower performance.

Open partially the manual by-pass of E-0005 crude side and HV-0001 on E0003 by-pass for better adjustment of the temperature at Desalter inlet.

Some flow rates and temperatures shall be adjusted for this case as given in the in the
PFDs and in the Heat and Material Balances, Attachment 6.

VI.3. Special Checks

VI.3.1. Desalter Interface Level

It is very that the crude/water interface level in the desalters be checked regularly. For
this purpose, trycock valves spaced at intervals with internal extensions are provided in
each vessel. It is recommended that the interface level be verified at least once per shift
by opening each valve and observing the flow from the various levels.
High interface level will usually increase electric load, while low level may allow oil to be
discharge with the effluent water. Interface should be at the middle trycock
approximately.

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VI.3.2. Chemical Injection Systems

VI.3.2.1. Demulsifier
The Demulsifier is delivered by supplier in proprietary drums. First, it has to be
transferred to the drum D-0031 of Injection Package X-0003, using the dedicated
connection and an external portable pump. Then, the Demulsifier is injected into the
Crude feed and desalter inlet lines by means of the pumps, G-0030A/B and G-0031A/B,
respectively.
The drum is sized to give a hold-up time of 5 days at maximum chemical consumption.
So, the system shall be refilled at least once per week. At normal dosing flow rates, the
hold-up time is about 15 days.
Once per day the operator shall verify at field that the system is working properly:

One pump per injection point is in operation.

The drum liquid level is above minimum level.

The system is injecting enough quantity according to the plant capacity.


Approximately the variation of level is around 15 cm per day with the pumps
working at normal capacity (14 l/h per pump).

VI.3.2.2. Neutralizing Agent


The Neutralizing Agent is delivered by supplier in proprietary drums. First, it has to be
transferred to the drum D-0032 of Injection Package X-0004, using the dedicated
connection and an external portable pump. Then, the Neutralizing Agent is injected into
the preflash, atmospheric and vacuum overhead lines by means of the pumps, G0032A/B, G-0033A/B and G-0034A/B, respectively.
The drum is sized to give a hold-up time of 5 days at maximum chemical consumption.
So, the system shall be refilled at least once per week. At normal dosing flow rates, the
hold-up time is above 10 days.

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Once per day the operator shall verify at field that the system is working properly:

One pump per injection point is in operation.

The drum liquid level is above minimum level.

The system is injecting enough quantity according to the plant capacity.


Approximately the variation of level is around 9 cm per day with the pumps
working at normal capacity (0.9 l/h per pump).

VI.3.2.3. Corrosion Inhibitor


The Corrosion Inhibitor is delivered by supplier in proprietary drums. First, it has to be
transferred to the drum D-0033 of Injection Package X-0005, using the dedicated
connection and an external portable pump. Then, the Corrosion Inhibitor is injected into
the preflash and atmospheric overhead lines by means of the pumps, G-0035A/B and
G-0036A/B, respectively.
The drum is sized to give a hold-up time of 7 days at maximum chemical consumption.
So, the system shall be refilled at least once per week. At normal dosing flow rates, the
hold-up time is above 19 days.
Once per day the operator shall verify at field that the system is working properly:

One pump per injection point is in operation.

The drum liquid level is above minimum level.

The system is injecting enough quantity according to the plant capacity.


Approximately the variation of level is around 5 cm per day with the pumps
working at normal capacity (G-0035A/B: 0.6 l/h and G-0036A/B: 0.9 l/h).

VI.3.2.4. Phosphate
The Phosphate could be liquid or powder form. It is delivered by supplier in proprietary
drums. First, it has to be transferred to the drum D-0034 of Injection Package X-0006,
using the dedicated connection and an external portable pump. If phosphate is
available in powder form, it has to be added through the opening on the top.

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In the drum, the phosphate shall be diluted until 2%wt with demineralized water. The
water is added by opening the manual globe valve in the DWA supply line. A turbine
type mixer (K-0005) is provided to blend the solution. Then, the Phosphate is injected
into the steam generator by means of the pumps, G-0037A/B.
The drum is sized to give a hold-up time above 21 days at maximum chemical
consumption. So, the system shall be refilled at least once per month. At normal dosing
flow rates, the hold-up time is above 35 days.
Once per day the operator shall verify at field that the system is working properly:

One pump per injection point is in operation.

The drum liquid level is above minimum level.

The system is injecting enough quantity according to the plant capacity.


Approximately the variation of level is around 3 cm per day with the pumps
working at normal capacity (0.8 l/h).

VI.3.3. PZV Mechanical Interlocks


The description of the PZV mechanical interlocks is included in attachment 88. In this
document is also included the list of PZV and the corresponding mechanical interlock

VI.4. Problem during Normal Operation

VI.4.1. Off-Spec VGO

In case the VGO (MVGO+HVGO) is off-spec, it could be sent to Slop Oil tank in Unit
681. However, the VGO stream shall be cooled down by means of Slop Cooler E-0037
Before alignment of VGO to the slop system, the operator shall ensure that all manual
block valves of the process and cooling water side of the E-0037 are completely open,
to prevent that hot liquid could be sent to offsite tank.
The control valve HV-0018 in CW side shall be 50% open by means of HC-0018. After
flow of off-spec VGO through the E-0037 begins, the CW flow rate must be adjusted by
slowly closing the HV-0018 until get the desire temperature at process outlet side (TT-

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0050). To avoid no flow condition in the cooling water side by failure of HC-0018 or
operator error, a mechanical stop in HV-0018 is provided at 43% of normal flow rate.
Additionally, there is the option of add flushing oil to help cooling down the hot off-spec
products to slop & CDU/VDU long recirculation, through injection line 6-FLO011099305.
Whenever use flushing oil to cooling down these streams is required, other prevention
measures and safeguards are needed to protect the FLO system from possible
overpressure of process circuit. With this purpose, a double check valve in line 6-FLO011099305 and relief valve (PZV-0093) in FLO header have been provided.

VI.4.2. Tempered Water

In case of failure of the Tempered Water system, VGO at high temperature could be
sent to storage. This event is detected by TAH-0202 at the process side outlet of E0030A/B.
The operator shall notify immediately the offsite unit and try to route all VGO product to
DHC/MHC, in order to ensure that hot liquid to storage goes only for short term.
Refer to Attachment 50 for further details of the procedure in case of Loss of Tempered
Water.

VI.4.3. Failure of Boiler Feed Water Valves Associated to Desuperheaters

In case of low temperature detected in MPS to C-0001/ X-0001 (TAL-0194/ TAL-0155),


LPS to C-0002 (TAL-0359) or LPS to C-0003 (TAL-0180), verify status of TV-0233, TV0043 and TV-0049 respectively in order to verify if valve is failing open. In that case,
isolate the control valve and feed boiler feed water to the corresponding desuperheater
through the bypass of the control valve.

VI.4.4. Heat Exchanger Leakage Control

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To detect any leakage in the heat exchangers refrigerated with soft or auxiliary cooling
water leading to contamination of this system, the following actions shall be developed:

If the hydrocarbon which is leaking to the system is in liquid phase, take a


sample once per two weeks in the battery limit supply and return drains and
analyze oil content. If there is significant difference of content between the
return and the supply, similar approach shall be developed at the inlet and at the
outlet of the individual heat exchanger in order to detect which one is leaking.

If the hydrocarbon which is leaking to the system is in gas phase, open a little bit
the vent at the highest point of the system once per two weeks. While doing it,
bring an explosivity meter next to the vent and if explosivity is detected then
there is possibility of leakage. If this is the case, the same approach shall be
developed at the high point just at the outlet of the heat exchanger (i.e. vent at
the suction of the PZV installed at the cooling water outlet line).

Similar procedure shall be followed for heat exchangers and reboilers heated up with
MP or LP steam where process side pressure is higher than steam side.

VI.4.5. Hydrocarbon in Sour Water Recovery Drum

The sour water separated in all the overhead drums, i.e. D-0003, D-0004, D-0005 and
D-0008, is collected in the Sour Water Recovery Drum D-0006. In an upset condition,
the water could carry over hydrocarbon (naphtha) drops into the D-0006.
For detection of buildup of hydrocarbons in the D-0006, a radar type level transmitter
(LT-0100) has been provided. Whenever high hydrocarbon level was detected in the
drum, the operator shall remove the water/hydrocarbon interface by opening the block
valve of the drum lateral drain (D2).

VI.5. Maintenance
During maintenance the following verifications/operations shall be carried out:

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VI.5.1. Thermal Relief Valves

In case the thermal relief valve TZV-0013 (E-0009A/B tube side outlet) or the TZV-0015
(E-0014A-F tube side outlet) has to be removed for maintenance, this must be replaced
immediately with the spare relief valve stored in the warehouse. The system should
never leave without protection for thermal expansion.

VI.5.2. Control Valves

When maintenance of a FO valve with only one drain is to be done, operator shall be
sure that the control valve is really opened when draining and degassing. The system
shall be effectively depressurized before removing any element of the system.
For the HVGO and Vacuum Residue, all the control valve are provided with two drains,
independent of the fail position, due to the high pour point and viscosity of the fluids.

VI.5.3. Cooling Water System

As per surge analysis for auxiliary cooling water lines for Jubail Export Refinery, when it
is required to close the battery limit valves in this system, operator shall ensure that the
closing time is 1 inch/second or slower.

VI.5.4. Steam-out

Equipment designed for half vacuum shall not be steamed out if the equipment is
isolated. Vent connection to flare or atmosphere shall be opened before starting the
steam out and once finished the steam-out operation, the vent valve shall be only
closed when ambient temperature is reached.

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VI.5.5. Blind Position

Whenever an equipment is put out of service for maintenance purposes, blind around
the equipment shall be changed to closed position. Operator shall verify the correct
location of blind before any operation is done.

VI.5.6. Drainage of Residue to Closed Drain

For draining of equipment or lines into the closed drain system (CLD), containing
HVGO, Atmospheric or Vacuum Residue, is required to thoroughly flush with flushing
oil, in order to empty them of high pour point products that can plug the system. The
next general steps shall be followed:

Swing isolation blind of flushing oil and close drain connections to open position.

Close inlet block valve and leave the fluid temperature to cool down partially.

Close outlet block valve to isolate the equipment or line completely.

Open low point drains to CLD to empty the line or equipment while monitoring
temperature in drum D-0014 by TI-0262.

Open the valve of flushing oil and monitor pressure in the system and level in
drum D-0014.

Close the valve of flushing oil and swing isolation blind to closed position.

After flushing, the line or equipment should be degassed with steam through UC
connection.
The close drain drum D-0014 is provided with a steam coil to avoid plugging of high
pour points or viscosity fluids.

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VI.6. Corrosion

VI.6.1. Corrosion Mechanism

The more relevant degradation mechanisms for the equipments and lines of the Crude
Distillation Unit are indicated in the Attachment 1 of document: Corrosion Control Plan
(SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-677302). This attachment also includes the minimum design
implications applicable for each one.
In addition, the equipment and lines can be affected by general degradation
mechanisms. The Atmospheric Corrosion is an electrochemical process that requires
the presence of an electrolyte and it could occur in any equipment of piping not
externally protected. Corrosion under Insulation, that is the corrosion of piping and
vessels that occur beneath insulation as a result of water penetration and it could occur
at operating below 120C.

VI.6.2. Inspection

The requirements of inspection for corrosion monitoring are indicated in the Corrosion
Control Plan (SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-677302). The corrosion detection and monitoring
techniques employed for assessment of corrosion damage identified for CDU/VDU are:
On Stream Inspection, Turnaround Inspection, Corrosion Probes and Sample Points.

VI.6.3. Corrosion Probes and Injection Points

For Crude Distillation Unit, corrosion probes were installed where corrosion rate data
can be plotted in real time in:

The Preflash Naphtha Reflux. In the pipeline from the Preflash Reflux Drum 011D-0003 to the Preflash Column 011-C-0001. Tag. 011-AT-0032.

CDU Overhead. In the pipeline from the top of the Atmospheric Column 011-C0002. Tag. 011-AT-0033.

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CDU Naphtha Reflux. In the pipeline from the CDU Reflux Drum 011-D-0004 to
the Atmospheric Column 011-C-0002. Tag. 011-AT-0034.

VDU Overhead. In the pipeline from the top of the Vacuum Column 011-C-0003
to the Precondenser Exchangers 011-E-0025. Tag. 011-AT-0035.

Preflash Column Overhead. In the pipeline from the top of the Preflash Column
011-C-0001 (line 24-NPH-011011001-101CH2S-P). Tag. 011-AT-0036.

Moreover, complimentary other corrosion probes were installed, but in this case after a
period of service the coupons shall be removed, reweighed and measured and the
corrosion rate calculated. Visual inspection of the coupons will provide information on
the type of corrosion occurring and any corrosion deposits that form on the coupons
could be analyzed.

Line of exit (tube side) of 011-E-0003`s. Installed 5 Local mounted device


probes of the type Retractable System Coupon Holders and Coupons.

Line of exit (shell side) of 011-E-0004`s. Installed 3 Local mounted device


probes of the type Retractable System Coupon Holders and Coupons.

Line of exit (shell side) of 011-E-0025 A. Installed 1 Local mounted device probe
of the type Retractable System Coupon Holders and Coupons.

The required injection points of CDU/VDU are indicated in the Corrosion Control Plan.
All detailed information relative to them is explained throughout the document.
For this Unit, injection points are: Neutralization to form a water-soluble salt less
corrosive for the components made of carbon steel such as the overhead systems of
the pre-flash and CDU/VDU columns, Filmic Amines used as corrosion inhibitor that
adhere to the internal surface of pipes, and Phosphate Injection to prevent the
formation of deposits in the surfaces of the steam generator tubes and caustic corrosion
attack.
The routine chemical analyses of the water provide information to verify the efficiency of
the applied anticorrosive systems.

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VII.

NORMAL SHUTDOWN PROCEDURE

For shutdown procedure refer to the following Intermediate Procedures:

CDU/VDU Shut Down, Attachment 34

CDU/VDU Gas Out, Attachment 35

Amine Section Gassing/ Start-Up/ Shutdown/ Degassing, Attachment 36

Steam Generation Start-Up/ Shutdown, Attachment 37

Tempered Water System Gassing/ Start-Up/ Shutdown/ Degassing, Attachment


38

Close Drain Gassing/ Start-Up/ Shutdown/ Degassing, Attachment 39

E-0016/17/18 Gassing/ Start-Up/ Shutdown/ Degassing, Attachment 40

VDU Bypass, Attachment 41

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VIII. EMERGENCY SHUTDOWN PROCEDURES


For emergency shutdown procedures refer to the Intermediate Procedures:

General Emergency Shutdown, Attachment 42.

Loss of Instrument Air, Attachment 43

Loss of Power Electric System, Attachment 45

Loss of Cooling Water, Attachment 46

External Fire, Attachment 54

Loss of Pilot Gas, Attachment 44

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IX. UPSETS SCENARIOS


For information about the procedures during upset scenarios refer to the following
Intermediate Procedures:

VDU Bypass, Attachment 41

Shutdown with Large Recirculation, Attachment 47

Loss of LAGO PA, Attachment 48

Loss of HAGO PA, Attachment 49

Loss of Tempered Water, Attachment 50

Loss of BFW, Attachment 51

Loss of HVGO, Attachment 52

Loss of Desalter Water, Attachment 53

Loss of Flow Wash Oil Bed 1, Attachment 55

Loss of LVGO PA, Attachment 56

Loss of MVGO/HVGO PA, Attachment 57

Loss of Quench Bottom of C-0003, Attachment 58

Loss of Pump G-0018 Vacuum Residue, Attachment 59

Loss of K-0001 Compressor Off-Gas, Attachment 60

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X. ANALYTICAL REQUIREMENTS

X.1. Sample Schedule


CRUDE FEED FROM STORAGE
Stream

CRD-001005

Service
Description

CRUDE

Sample point

SC-0001

PID N

480002

Analysis Performed

Frequency

Value

Test Method

Specific Gravity (15C)

Daily

0.890

ASTM D1298 / D2598

Distillation

Weekly

ASTM D86

Water & Sediment

Daily

ASTM D96

Salt Content

Daily

ASTM D3230

Total Sulfur
Conradson Carbon
Residue
Pour Point

Weekly

ASTM D2622 / D2784

On Request

8.5 %wt

ASTM D189

On Request

-48 C

ASTM D97

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SLOPS FROM STORAGE


Stream

SLP-098002

Service
Description

SLOP OIL

Sample point

SC-0051

PID N

480001

Analysis Performed

Frequency

Value

Test Method

Specific Gravity (15C)

On Request

Distillation

On Request

Water & Sediment

On Request

ASTM D96

Salt content

On Request

ASTM D3230

ASTM D1298 / D2598


-

ASTM D86

WILD NAPHTHA FROM HDS UNIT


Stream

NPH-098001

Service
Description

WILD
NAPHTHA

Sample point

SC-0039

PID N

480135

Analysis Performed

Frequency

Specific Gravity (15C)

On Request

Distillation

On Request

Value

Test Method
ASTM D1298 / D2598

ASTM D86

Total Sulfur

On Request

ASTM D2622 / D2784

Water Content

On Request

ASTM D95

Reid Vapor Pressure

On Request

ASTM 323

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DESALTED CRUDE FROM DESALTERS


Stream

Service
Description

Sample point

PID N

CRD-007002

DESALTED
CRUDE

SC-0016

480012

Analysis Performed

Frequency

Value

Test Method

Specific Gravity (15C)

Daily

ASTM D1298 or ASTM D4052

Water & Sediment

Daily

ASTM D96

Salt content

Daily

ASTM D3230

NAPHTHA TO NHDT
Stream

NPH-021002

Service
Description

Naphtha

Sample point

SC-0007

PID N

480051

Analysis Performed

Frequency

Value

Test Method

Specific Gravity (15C)

Daily

0.675

ASTM D1298 / D2598

Distillation

Daily

ASTM D86

TBP Cut Range

Weekly

IP 145 C

ASTM D2892

Composition

Weekly

Total Sulfur

Weekly

62 ppm wt

ASTM D2622 / D2784

UOP 539 or IFP 9301

Total Nitrogen

On Request

< 1 ppm wt

ASTM D4629

PONA

On Request

ASTM D1319

Water Content

Weekly

500 ppm wt

ASTM D95

Reid Vapor Pressure

On Request

1.5 bara

Color

On request

ASTM 323
ASTM D156 or D1500

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KEROSENE PRODUCT
Stream

KER-025002

Service
Description

Kerosene

Sample point

SC-0019

PID N

480058

Analysis Performed

Frequency

Value

Test Method

Specific Gravity (15C)

Daily

0.783

ASTM D1298 / D2598

Distillation

Daily

FBP 300C

ASTM D86

TBP Cut Range

Weekly

145 230 C

ASTM D2892

Total Sulfur

On request

0.2 %wt

ASTM D2622 / D2784

Total Nitrogen

On request

1 ppm wt

ASTM D4629

Smoke Point

On request

26 mm

ASTM D1322

Freezing Point

On request

-52 C

ASTM D2386

Flash Point

On request

40 C

ASTM D93 / D92

Water content
Cetane Number
(motor)
Cetane Index
(calculated)
Kinematic viscosity @
50C
Copper Corrosion

On request

< 1 ppm wt

ASTM D95

On request

52

ASTM D613

On request

50

ASTM D4737

On request

1 cSt

ASTM D445

On request

ASTM D130

Total Acid

On request

ASTM D664

Color

On request

ASTM D156 or D1500

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LAGO PRODUCT
Stream

LGO-025002

Service
Description

LAGO

Sample point

SC-0003

PID N

480051

Analysis Performed

Frequency

Value

Test Method

Specific Gravity (15C)

Daily

0.832

ASTM D2598 / D1298

Distillation

Daily

ASTM D86

TBP Cut range

Weekly

200 -300 C

ASTM D2892

Total Sulfur

On Request

1 %wt

ASTM D2622 / D2784

Total Nitrogen

On Request

16 ppm wt

ASTM D4629

Cloud Point

On Request

-18 C

ASTM D2500

Pour Point
Flash Point PenskyMartens
Water content
Cetane Number
(motor)
Cetane Index
(calculated)
Kinematic Viscosity @
50C
Color

On Request

-18 C

ASTM D97

On Request

92 C

ASTM D93

On Request

2000 ppm wt

ASTM D95

On Request

60

ASTM D613

On Request

55

ASTM D4737

On Request

2 cSt

ASTM D445

Daily

ASTM D156 or D1500

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HAGO PRODUCT
Stream

HGO-025002

Service
Description

HAGO

Sample point

SC-0020

PID N

480062

Analysis Performed

Frequency

Value

Test Method

Specific Gravity (15C)

Daily

0.874

ASTM D2598 / D1298

TBP Cut range

Weekly

300 360 C

ASTM D2892

Distillation

Daily

ASTM D86

Total Sulfur

On Request

2 %wt

ASTM D2622 / D2784

Total Nitrogen

On Request

145 ppm wt

ASTM D4629

Cloud Point

On Request

-1 C

ASTM D2500

Pour Point
Flash Point PenskyMartens
Water content
Cetane Number
(motor)
Cetane Index
(calculated)
Viscosity @ 50C

On Request

-3 C

ASTM D97

On Request

123 C

ASTM D93

On Request

1500 ppm wt

ASTM D95

On Request

59

ASTM D613

On Request

55

ASTM D4737

On Request

5.0

ASTM D445

Color

Daily

ASTM D156 or D1500

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ATMOSPHERIC RESIDUE TO VDU


Stream

RES-027003

Service
Description

Atm Residue

Sample point

SC-0043

PID N

480066

Analysis Performed

Frequency

Value

Test Method

Specific Gravity (15C)

Daily

ASTM D2598 / D1298

Distillation

Weekly

ASTM D86 / D1160

TBP Cut range

Weekly

ASTM D2892

Flash point

Weekly

ASTM D93

Pour Point

On Request

ASTM D97

Total Sulfur

On Request

ASTM D2622 / D2784

Viscosity @ 100C
Conradson Carbon
Residue
Metal Content (Ni+V)

On request

ASTM D445

Weekly

ASTM D189 or D4530

Weekly

ASTM D5863

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LVGO PRODUCT
Stream

LGO-037007

Service
Description

LVGO

Sample point

SC-0002

PID N

480098

Analysis Performed

Frequency

Value

Test Method

Specific Gravity (15C)

Daily

0.878

ASTM D2598 / D1298

Distillation

Daily

ASTM D86

Viscosity @ 50C

On request

5 cSt

ASTM D445

TBP Cut Range

Weekly

360 - 379 C

ASTM D2892

Total Sulfur

On Request

2 %wt

ASTM D2622 / D2784

Total Nitrogen

On Request

176 ppm wt

ASTM D4629

Cloud Point

On Request

0 C

ASTM D2500

Pour Point
Flash Point PenskyMartens
Water content
Cetane Number
(motor)
Cetane Index
(calculated)

On Request

-2 C

ASTM D97

On Request

121 C

ASTM D93

On Request

150 ppm wt

ASTM D95

On Request

56

ASTM D613

On Request

53

ASTM D4737

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MVGO PRODUCT
Stream

Service
Description

Sample point

PID N

HGO-038003

MVGO

SC-0046

480099

Stream

Service
Description

Analysis Performed

Frequency

Value

Test Method

Specific Gravity (15C)

Daily

0.920

ASTM D2598 / D1298

Distillation

Daily

ASTM D1160

Frequency

Value

Test Method

Specific Gravity (15C)

Daily

0.938

ASTM D2598 / D1298

Distillation

Weekly

ASTM D1160

Viscosity @ 100C

On request

11 cSt

ASTM D445

TBP Cut Range

Weekly

379 550 C

ASTM D2892 or D7169

MVGO + HVGO PRODUCT

HGO-008001

HVGO

Sample point

SC-0008

PID N

480100

Analysis Performed

Total Sulfur

On Request

3.15 %wt

ASTM D2622 / D2784

Total Nitrogen
Conradson Carbon
Residue
Asphaltens C7

On Request

1035 ppm wt

ASTM D4629

Weekly

0.9 %wt

ASTM D189

On Request

148 ppm wt

IP143

Metal Content (Ni+V)

Weekly

1.9 ppm wt

ASTM D5863

Color

Daily

ASTM D156 or D1500

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VACUUM RESIDUE PRODUCT


Stream

RES-010003

Service
Description

Vacuum
Residue

Sample point

SC-0023

PID N

480104

Analysis Performed

Frequency

Value

Test Method

Specific Gravity (15C)

Daily

1.054

ASTM D2598 / D1298

Distillation

Weekly

ASTM D1160

Viscosity @ 100C

On request

21500 cSt

ASTM D445

TBP Cut Range

Weekly

550+ C

ASTM D2892 or D7169

Total Sulfur

On Request

5 %wt

ASTM D2622 / D2784

Flash Point
Conradson Carbon
Residue
Asphaltens C7

Daily

On Request

22 ppm wt

IP143

Metal Content (Ni+V)

Weekly

158 ppm wt

ASTM D5863

Aniline Point

On Request

14 C

ASTM D611

Value

Test Method

Weekly

ASTM D93
27 %wt

ASTM D189

OFF-GAS TO F-0002
Stream

Service
Description

Sample point

PID N

Analysis Performed
H2S

Weekly

UOP 539

VTG-036003

OFF-GAS

SC-0030

480094

Oxygen

Weekly

UOP 539

Gas Chromatography

Weekly

UOP 539

Frequency

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SOUR WATER FROM D-0003


Stream

SRW-012001

Service
Description

SOUR
WATER

Sample point

SC-0027

PID N

480023

Analysis Performed

Frequency

Value

Test Method

pH

Daily

ASTM D1293

Chlorides

Weekly

ASTM D512

Iron

Weekly

UOP 314 / ASTM D1068

H2S

On Request

ASTM D4658

NH3 Content

On Request

ASTM D1426

Oil Content

On Request

ASTM D3921

SOUR WATER FROM D-0004


Stream

SRW-019001

Service
Description

SOUR
WATER

Sample
Point

SC-0028

PID N

480046

Analysis Performed

Frequency

Value

Test Method

pH

Daily

ASTM D1293

Chlorides

Weekly

ASTM D512

Iron

Weekly

UOP 314 / ASTM D1068

H2S

On Request

ASTM D4658

NH3 Content

On Request

ASTM D1426

Oil Content

On Request

ASTM D3921

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SOUR WATER FROM D-0005


Stream

SRW-021001

Service
Description

SOUR
WATER

Sample
Point

SC-0029

PID N

480050

Analysis Performed

Frequency

Value

Test Method

pH

Daily

ASTM D1293

Chlorides

Weekly

ASTM D512

Iron

Weekly

UOP 314 / ASTM D1068

H2S

On Request

ASTM D4658

NH3 Content

On Request

ASTM D1426

Oil Content

On Request

ASTM D3921

SOUR WATER FROM D-0006


Stream

SRW-044002

Service
Description

SOUR
WATER

Sample
Point

SC-0004

PID N

480114

Analysis Performed

Frequency

Value

Test Method

pH

Daily

ASTM D1293

Chlorides

Weekly

ASTM D512

Iron

Weekly

UOP 314 / ASTM D1068

H2S

On Request

ASTM D4658

NH3 Content

On Request

ASTM D1426

Oil Content

On Request

ASTM D3921

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STEAM GENERATOR BLOWDOWN


Stream

BRN-042003

Service
Description

BFW

Sample
Point

SC-0022

PID N

480105

Analysis Performed

Frequency

Value

Test Method

pH

Weekly

ASTM D1293

Conductivity

Weekly

ASTM D1125

Hardness

Weekly

ASTM D1126

Chlorides

Weekly

ASTM D0512

WATER EFFLUENT TO BL
Stream

BRN-042003

Service
Description

BRINE

Sample
Point

SC-0005

PID N

480109

Analysis Performed

Frequency

Value

Test Method

pH

Weekly

Total Suspend Solids

Weekly

Chlorides

Weekly

ASTM D1293
ASTM D5907
ASTM D0512

Iron

Weekly

UOP 314 / ASTM D1068

Oil Content

Weekly

ASTM D3921

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X.2. Analyzers
Analyzer
AT-0001
AT-0002
AT-0003
AT-0004
AT-0005
AT-0006
AT-0007
AT-0011
AT-0012
AT-0013
AT-0015

Stream
F-0001 FLUE GAS
(CELL 1)
F-0001 FLUE GAS
(CELL 2)
F-0001/F-0002 FLUE
GAS
F-0001/F-0002 FLUE
GAS
F-0001/F-0002 FLUE
GAS
F-0002 FLUE GAS
(CELL 1)
F-0002 FLUE GAS
(CELL 2)
KEROSENE
RUNDOWN
LVGO RUNDOWN
NAPHTHA RUNDOWN
VAC RESIDUE
RUNDOWN

Sample point for


validation

Recommended Test
Method

CONNECTION ON
STACK
CONNECTION ON
STACK
CONNECTION ON
STACK
CONNECTION ON
STACK
CONNECTION ON
STACK
CONNECTION ON
STACK
CONNECTION ON
STACK

ORSAT
APPARATUS
ORSAT
APPARATUS

CONTINUOUSLY

SC-0019

ASTM D93

Weekly

CLOUD POINT

4 8 min

SC-0002

ASTM D2500

Weekly

480051

ASTM D86 95%

35 45 min

SC-0007

ASTM D86

Weekly

480051

VISCOSITY @150C

3 min

SC-0023

ASTM D445

Weekly

PID N

Analysis Performed

Frequency of results

480117

%O2

480117

%O2

480121

%SO2

4 sec @ 60 l/h

480121

%O2

< 4 sec @ 60 l/h

480121

OPACITY

480120

%O2

480120

%O2

480058

FLASH POINT

480098

Frequency for
Validation
On Request
On Request
On Request

ORSAT
APPARATUS

On Request
On Request

ORSAT
APPARATUS
ORSAT
APPARATUS

On Request
On Request

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Analyzer
AT-0017
AT-0018
AT-0019
AT-0020
AT-0021
AT-0022
AT-0024
AT-0025
AT-0026
AT-0032
AT-0033
AT-0034
AT-0035
AT-0036
AT-0040

Stream
SOUR WATER FROM
D-0008
DESALTING WATER
SOUR WATER FROM
D-0004
SOUR WATER FROM
D-0005
SOUR WATER FROM
D-0003
KEROSENE
RUNDOWN
KEROSENE
RUNDOWN
LAGO RUNDOWN
HAGO RUNDOWN
PREFLASH NAPHTHA
REFLUX
CDU OVERHEAD
CDU NAPHTHA
REFLUX
VDU OVERHEAD
PREFLASH
OVERHEAD
CARTRIDGE FILTER

PID N

Analysis Performed

Frequency of results

Sample point for


validation

Recommended Test
Method

Frequency for
Validation

480088

pH

CONTINUOUSLY

SC-0021

ASTM D1293

Weekly

480111

pH

CONTINUOUSLY

SC-0014

ASTM D1293

Weekly

480046

pH

CONTINUOUSLY

SC-0028

ASTM D1293

Weekly

480050

pH

CONTINUOUSLY

SC-0029

ASTM D1293

Weekly

480023

pH

CONTINUOUSLY

SC-0027

ASTM D1293

Weekly

480058

ASTM D86 95%

35 45 min

SC-0019

ASTM D86

Weekly

480058

FREEZING POINT

8 20 min

SC-0019

ASTM D2386

Weekly

480060

ASTM D86 95%

35 45 min

SC-0003

ASTM D86

Weekly

480062

ASTM D86 95%

35 45 min

SC-0020

ASTM D86

Weekly

480022

CORROSION

CONTINUOUSLY

480043

CORROSION

CONTINUOUSLY

480047

CORROSION

CONTINUOUSLY

480082

CORROSION

CONTINUOUSLY

480020

CORROSION

CONTINUOUSLY

480270

RELATIVE HUMIDITY

CONTINUOUSLY

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Analyzer

Stream

PID N

Analysis Performed

Frequency of results

Sample point for


validation

480270

HC CONTENT

CONTINUOUSLY

INLET (S-0013A-D)
AT-0045A/B

SANDY AIR INLET


(AMBIENT)

Recommended Test
Method

Frequency for
Validation

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X.3. Sample Connections for Monitoring


In case of upset condition or for monitoring some streams, the following sample connections are
also provided for analysis as required:
Service

Sample connection

P&ID

NAPHTHA REFLUX

SC-0006

DS011-TRJR-480047

D-0001 DESALTER TRYCOK

SC-0009

DS011-TRJR-480011

D-0002 DESALTER TRYCOK

SC-0010

DS011-TRJR-480012

FUEL GAS KO DRUM TO HEATER

SC-0012

DS011-TRJR-480214

DESALTING WATER TO E-0024

SC-0014

DS011-TRJR-480110

CRUDE FROM D-0001 DESALTER

SC-0015

DS011-TRJR-480011

DESALTER BRINE FROM D-0001

SC-0017

DS011-TRJR-480011

DESALTER WATER FROM D-0002

SC-0018

DS011-TRJR-480013

SOUR WATER FROM D-0008

SC-0021

DS011-TRJR-480088

SATURED STEAM FROM D-0011

SC-0024

DS011-TRJR-480105

SOUR OFF GAS FROM K-0001

SC-0025

DS011-TRJR-480091

RECOVERED OIL FROM D-0008

SC-0026

DS011-TRJR-480087

RICH AMINE FROM C-0007

SC-0031

DS011-TRJR-480095

NAPHTHA VAPOR FROM D-0003

SC-0040

DS011-TRJR-480023

FLUE GAS ON F-0001 (CELL 1)


FLUE GAS ON F-0001 (CELL 2)
FLUE GAS ON F-0002 (CELL 1)
FLUE GAS ON F-0002 (CELL 2)
F-0001 FLUE GAS
F-0002 FLUE GAS

CONNECTION ON
STACK
CONNECTION ON
STACK
CONNECTION ON
STACK
CONNECTION ON
STACK
CONNECTION ON
STACK
CONNECTION ON
STACK

DS011-TRJR-480117
DS011-TRJR-480117
DS011-TRJR-480120
DS011-TRJR-480120
DS011-TRJR-480117
DS011-TRJR-480120

LEAN AMINE FROM BL

SC-0044

DS011-TRJR-480094

SOUR WATER FROM D-0017

SC-0045

DS011-TRJR-480093

COOLING WATER RETURN AT BL

SC-0047

DS011-TRJR-480207

AMINE DRAIN

SC-0048

DS011-TRJR-480233

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Service

Sample connection

P&ID

BFW FROM DISTRIBUTION

SC-0049

DS011-TRJR-480202

CONDENSATE TO BL

SC-0050

DS011-TRJR-480201

CRUDE TO D-0001 DESALTER

SC-0061

DS011-TRJR-480011

CRUDE TO D-0002 DESALTER

SC-0062

DS011-TRJR-480012

TEMPERED WATER

SC-0063

DS011-TRJR-480124

XI. PLANT SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION


XI.1. Toxic Hazards
According to Project Standards JERES-B-006 and 2271-JSD-0001-03, a toxic material
is a liquid, gas or solid with a total concentration of 5 % or greater of material with an
NFPA 704 Health rating of 3 or greater or classified as Toxic (or extremely toxic), only
for acute toxicity, in the relevant Material Safety Data Sheet at any operating condition.
For the particular cases of mixture containing H2S and / or CO, such mixture shall be
considered as toxic based on the criteria published by European Directive 1999/45/EC
of the European Parliament and of the Council (31st May 1999), as presented in Table
XI.1.
Mixture Classification
Pure
Substance

Non Gaseous Mixture

Gaseous Mixture

(Concentration weight/weight)

(Concentration volume/volume)

H2S

Toxic if concentration 1%

Toxic if concentration 0.2%

CO

Toxic if concentration 25%

Toxic if concentration 5%

XI.1-1: H2S and CO Toxic Criteria

During detailed engineering, a list of Hazardous substances CDU/VDU Unit Crude


Distillation Unit Train 1 Unit 011 Doc. No. SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-670008 was
developed. Once, their composition was reviewed, it was concluded that following
streams pose toxic risk as per the project toxic criteria:

Sour water (1,830 % mol H2S).

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VDU Off Gas (0,272 % mol H2S).

Sour Off Gas (18,236 % mol H2S).

Rich amine (2,100 % mol H2S).

Toxic services have been marked up in the Process Flow Diagrams attached to
Pollutant and Toxic map (Units 011 and 012) Doc. No. SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-581512
and identified in the Line list Crude Distillation Unit Train 1 (Unit 011) Doc. No. SA-JERDS011-TRJR-380001.
Information such as form, concentration and container type of chemicals used in Unit
091 can be found in Chemical Consumption Summary CDU/VDU Unit (Unit 011) Doc.
No. SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-670003.
Equipments which handle hydrogen sulfide are identified in the Fire Hazardous
Equipment and Ignition Point List Doc. No. SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-385803. The
following safety equipment shall be provided, based on toxicity hazards:

Portable gas detectors including calibration check kits for measuring the
concentration of hydrogen sulfide in the air.

Personal dosimeters for hydrogen sulfide, 8 hours duration.

Respiratory Protection.

Location of Hydrogen sulfide detectors is shown in F&G detection layout Doc. No. SAJER-DS011-TRJR-345803 and their data are in F&G detectors data sheets CDU-Train
1 (Unit 011) Doc. No. SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-225033.
Consequences due to the toxicity hazard were reviewed in the Technological Risk
Assessment Critical Scenarios (Units 011 and 012) Report Doc. No. SA-JER-DS011TRJR-581510 and Technological Risk Assessment Update (Units 011 and 012) Report
Doc. No. SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-581511. No additional mitigation measures are needed
as result of these modellisations.

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XI.2. Fire Hazards

XI.2.1. General Information about Flammable Theory

XI.2.1.1. Reference
NFPA Fire Protection Guide to Hazardous Materials
Flash Point

LEL/UEL

Specific Gravity

Vapor Density

Hazard Identification

Health/Flammability/Instability

NIOSH Pocket Guide To Chemical Hazards

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Chemical Name/Formulas

Exposure limits (TWA)

IDLH

Physical Description

Chemical and physical properties

Incompatibilities and reactivities

Health hazards

ACGIH, Threshold Limit Values for Chemical Substances and Physical Agents &
Biological Exposure Indices
Substance (CAS number)

TWA

STEL

Molecular Weight

TLV Basics-Critical Effects

XI.2.1.2. Definitions
Flash Point: Temperature at which the liquid phase gives off enough vapor to flash
when exposed to an external ignition source.
Fire Point: When a liquid is heated past its flash point it will reach a temperature where
sufficient vapor is given off to maintain combustion.
Ignition Point: The minimum temperature at which a substance will burn or ignite
independent of an external heat source.
Lower Explosive Limit (LEL):

Also known as Lower Flammable Limit (LFL)

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Minimum concentration of gas or vapor mixed with air that will cause the
propagation of flame when it comes in contact with a source of ignition (spark or
flame).

Concentrations of gas below the LEL are too lean to ignite.

Upper Explosive Limit (UEL):

Maximum concentration of gas or vapor in air that will cause the propagation of
flame when is exposed to a source of ignition (flame or spark).

Mixtures are considered to RICH to support combustion if they are above the
UEL.

Pyrolysis:

Thermochemical decomposition of organic material at elevated temperatures


without the participation of oxygen. It involves the simultaneous change of
chemical composition and physical phase, and is irreversible. The word is
coined from the Greek-derived elements pyr "fire" and lysis "separating".

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Explosive Range:

Explosive range is different depending on the gas or vapor

As the fuel increases, oxygen decreases to the point where there is no longer a
potential for explosion thus reaching the UEL

XI.2.1.3. Basics Fire

Fire is a chemical reaction


exothermic oxidation and
self-supporting.
The oxidant is usually
oxygen.
Fuels may be solids, liquids
or gases, but all fuels have to
be vapor or gas to burn.
Liquid fuels are vaporized
before burning.
The solids are decomposed
by heat (pyrolysis) before
burning
By
applying
sufficient
activation energy for oxygen

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fuel mixture start the fire.


In the fires with flame precise
chemical
chain
reaction
within the flame.

XI.2.1.4. Oxygen

In the chemical reaction of fire,


the combustion fuel oxidizes.
The speed of combustion is
directly proportional to the
amount of oxidant available.
In an enclosed area with poor
ventilation,
combustion
decreases
the
available
oxygen, and fire can even turn
off.
The increase of oxygen in the
atmosphere combustion.
Some products easily releases
oxygen in a fire. The fire may
burn more intensely in the
presence of these oxidizing
products.

XI.2.1.5. Ignition Source

To start the fire must apply


sufficient activation energy to
the mixture of fuel and
oxidizer.
Heat is produced by the
increased molecular motion.
Heat
can
be
chemical,
electrical, mechanical, nuclear
or solar.

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XI.2.1.6. Fuel

The fuel may be in the three


states
of
matter:
solid, liquid or gas. Solids and
liquids are transformed into
gas or vapor to burn.
Pyrolysis is the decomposition
of solids by heat, producing
gases and vapors.
The liquids must vaporize to
burn.
At the temperature of ignition,
the fire goes out if you remove
the ignition source.
In the flash fire is maintained
by removing the flame.
When the fuel reaches the
ignition temperature is not
accurate external source of
ignition for flammable.

XI.2.1.7. Heat Transfer

The heat from the fire allowed continuing heating fuel and other fuels to heat up
next.

Heat can be transmitted from one point to another in three ways:


by conduction, by radiation and convection.

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XI.2.1.8. Heat Transfer by Conduction

When two bodies at different temperatures are brought into contact, there is a
transfer of heat from warmer to colder this phenomenon is called conduction.

Driving faster the better conductors of heat are the bodies. The high-density
materials conduct heat faster than low density.

XI.2.1.9. Heat Transfer by Radiation

Radiation is the transfer of heat from a hot source to a cooler surface, through
space.

The heat transfer rate depends largely on the distance between the radiation
source and the target. The amount of heat released by radiation depends on the
temperature of the fire, so that will be greater the more vivid is the combustion.

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XI.2.1.10.Convection Heat Transfer

The air heated by the fire expands and becomes lighter than the surrounding air
and rises, warming the objects in its path.

This propagation of heat by air currents is called convection.

Convection plays the most important gases moving from fire to fire in buildings,
as this may spread the fire, or hot and toxic gases are causing most of the
victims.

XI.2.1.11.Heat Release Rate by a Fuel

The growth rate of a fire in an enclosure, and the possibility of spread depends
on the heat release rate and the amount of energy stored in the fuel (fire load).

The rate of release of heat (Heat Release Rate or HRR) is measured in kilowatts
or joules / second released at a certain time of the fire, and is proportional to the
mass loss rate of fuel and its heat of combustion.

The fire load is measured by the mass of fuel equal to that of wood.

XI.2.1.12. Classification of Fires


Fires are classified according to different criteria:
The type of combustion process (everyone can co-exist)
o Pre-combustion: fuel is warming
o Flameless surface combustion
o Flaming combustion

The level of fire growth


o Increasing: the vapor release rate exceeds the combustion
o Stable: there is a balance between fuel and oxidizer
o Descending: the burn rate exceeds the vapor release

Ventilation or oxygen availability

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o Fuel dependent: there is more oxygen than fuel vapors


o Dependent ventilation has more available oxygen fuel

The stage at which is


o Incipient: To produce the first flames
o Stable: While there are gas flames burn freely because
o Latent: There are too many for the available oxygen gases, and stop
calling

It should be graded according to different parameters fires so you can identify what type
of fire we speak, what their characteristics and what is the stage that is.
XI.2.1.13. Theory of Fire Extinguishing

The extinction of fire occurs or eliminating one or more of the essential elements
in the combustion process.

If a fire is in sleep mode or embers, there are only three options extinguishing
media: temperature reduction, elimination of fuel or oxygen removal.

In a combustion flame, the fire can be extinguished by reducing the temperature,


eliminating the oxygen or fuel, or stop chemical chain reaction.

XI.2.1.14. Fire Extinguishing: Reducing the Temperature

One of the most common forms of extinction is cooling.

Solid fuels and some liquids must be heated until give off flammable vapors can
burn.

Fires in these fuels, if the temperature is reduced to the level enough to vaporize
the fuel and let the fire go out.

The fire is maintained when it is clear enough heat to maintain the process. If
applied to any product that absorbs heat the heat necessary to sustain
combustion, the fire goes out.

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XI.2.1.15. Fire Extinguishing: Fuel Separation

Removal of fuel is the extinction of the fire. This removal of the fuel can occur for
the following reasons:
o Because all fuel is consumed
o Because has cut the fuel supply
o Because the amount of fuel vapors is not enough for the available
oxygen,

Sometimes defensive strategies in the fight against seek to eliminate fire fuel
input to fire
o physically separating the fuel from oxygen
o Separating unburned fuel
o Leaving fuel burn

Fuel removal may be the only appropriate strategy in fires gas, since these fires
off if you cannot cut the gas supply can a risk of explosion of the unburned gas.

XI.2.1.16. Fire Extinguishing: Dilution or Displacement of Oxygen

Reducing the oxygen content below a certain concentration, the fire goes out.

The fire will go out by reducing the oxygen content:


o Because flood the area with an inert gas to displace oxygen and reduce
its concentration do
o Because physically separates the source of fuel vapors in the
atmosphere

Some fuels generate their own oxygen in the process of combustion, so this
method does not work with extinction these fuels.

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XI.2.1.17.Fire Extinguishing: by Inhibiting the Chain Reaction

Chain reaction may be interfered with by interposing a chemical that acts as a


negative catalyst.

Eliminating chain reaction fire off completely where there is only fire.

This method is effective in extinguishing gases and combustible liquids. The


chemical powder inhibits the chain reaction

Fires leave embers solid products that do not go out with this method, because
from the fire may come back flames.

XI.2.1.18. Fire Extinguishing: Class

The best method of extinguishing fires is to reduce the solids fuel temperature.

Liquid fires may be extinguished:


o By breaking the chain reaction.
o From suffocation by displacing oxygen with another gas.
o Isolating the fuel liquid oxygen.
o Cooling.

Flammable gas fires can be extinguished like the liquids. However, in liquids is
not suitable to extinguish because the liquids. However, without inflaming leak
can cause an explosion.

Combustible metal fires require extinguishing agents those specific covering the
burning metal.

XI.2.1.19. Fire Extinguishing Agents


Common extinguishing agents are:
water, which can be used mixed with additives to improve their effectiveness

Carbon dioxide or CO2

DUST NORMAL or BC,

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multipurpose powder, antibrasa or ABC

foam, which is produced by mixing water with foam additives and with air
bubbles,

other gases, which can be of various types


o Inerting

Argon

Argonite 50% mixture of nitrogen and argon

Inergen nitrogen and argon and CO2

o Inhibitors chain reaction (halocarbon)

FE-13

FM-200

FE-25

Novec 1230

Etc.

XI.2.2. List of Flammable Limits, Self Ignition Temperature and Flash Point
streams and Chemicals present in the Unit

FLASH
POINT

FLAMMABILITY
LIMITS

VOLATILITY
RELATIVE
DENSITY

IGNITION
TEMP.

30-177

>1

290

0.0877

>150

>1

>232

7.6

0.3211

30-177

>1

290

0.9

7.6

0.3507

30-177

>1

290

-82

0.9

7.6

1.368

30-177

>1

290

NA

NA

NA

0.02341

100

>1

NA

LOWER
(LFL)

UPPER
(UFL)

VAPOUR
PRES.

BOILING
POINT

(C)

(% Vol)

(% Vol)

(Bara)

(C)

FRESH CRUDE

-15

0.4

15.0

0.456

>-14

DESALTED
CRUDE

-15

0.4

15.0

0.48

>-14

NAPHTA

-35

0.9

7.6

0.294

TOPPED CRUDE

20

0.4

15.0

TOTAL NAPHTA

-67

0.9

HEAVY
NAPHTHA

-35

WET NAPHTA
SOUR WATER

NAME

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FLASH
POINT

FLAMMABILITY
LIMITS

VOLATILITY
RELATIVE
DENSITY

IGNITION
TEMP.

145-301

>1

210

0.0238

230-300

>1

>250

6.5

0.02347

300-360

>1

>250

0.5

6.5

0.03759

379-550

>1

210<T<330

150

0.5

6.5

0.0239

370-588

>1

210<T<330

160

0.5

6.5

0.02388

370-588

>1

210<T<330

LOWER
(LFL)

UPPER
(UFL)

VAPOUR
PRES.

BOILING
POINT

(C)

(% Vol)

(% Vol)

(Bara)

(C)

KERO

38

0.7

6.0

0.03586

LAGO

82

0.5

6.5

HAGO

112

0.5

LVGO

127

MVGO
HVGO

NAME

RECOVERED
LVGO
ATMOSPHERIC
RESIDUE
VACUUM
RESIDUE

24

0.5

6.5

0.1569

145-550

>1

210<T<330

150

0.5

6.0

0.02342

250-600

>1

350

170

0.5

6.0

>495

>1

>350

VDU OFF GAS

-90

4.8

32.5

40.42

<0

>1

270

SOUR OFF GAS

-120

4.8

32.5

255

<0

>1

>270

SWEET OFF-GAS

-90

4.8

32.5

133

<0

>1

270

FUEL GAS

-60

3.8-6.5

13-17

>300

-162

>1

372

DESALTING
WATER

NA

NA

NA

0.02341

100

>1

NA

PILOT GAS

-104

1.4

11

8.1

-42

>1

NA

RICH AMINE

NA

NA

NA

0.02341

100

>1

NA

LEAN AMINE

NA

NA

NA

0.02341

100

>1

NA

FLUE GAS

NA

NA

NA

>50

<0

>1

DEMULSIFIER

>58

(5)

(5)

<0.0087

(5)

(5)

(5)

<48

0.6

(5)

<0.0066

(5)

>1

>300

46

0.6

(5)

180

>1

>450

Non
combustible

NA

NA

>1

None

NEUTRALIZING
AGENT
CORROSION
INHIBITOR
PHOSPHATE

For more details refer to Attachment 20 List of Hazardous Substances.

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XI.2.3. General HSE Precautions to avoid the Flammable Conditions

Once, it is not possible to avoid completely the explosive atmospheres formation, the
next step shall be implement the preventive measures to avoid ignition sources
presence.
Ignition sources of typical importance and normally considered in refinery units from
EN-1127-1 Explosive atmospheres- Explosion prevention and protection Part 1, Basic
Concepts and Methodology, are:

Hot surfaces.

Flames, Glowing particles and Sparks.

Mechanical Sparks.

Electric devices (discharge sparks, hot surfaces).

Stray electric current.

Lightning.

Electromagnetic waves.

Ionizing radiation.

Ultrasound.

Adiabatic compression and shock waves.

Exothermic reactions.

An Explosion Risk Area Classification Assessment (ERACA) for CDU/VDU Unit, Doc.
No. SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-581513 was developed on the basis of the hazardous area
classification drawings, in order to verify that ignition sources capable to ignite explosive
atmosphere are controlled. This control can be the proper equipment selection or the
adoption of adequate measures to reduce the ignition risk to acceptable levels. The risk
analysis was performed taking into account the ignition risk in normal conditions, and
also in cases of foreseable malfunction.

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ERACA report concluded that all equipment and instruments of Units 011 and 012 have
been adequately selected according the Hazardous Area Classification Drawing, once
their certificates were reviewed. A total of nine (9) recommendations were recorded as
a result of this Study.
Num.
1
2

4
5

6
7
8
9

Recommendation
Ensure the use of antistatic clothes and shoes in the whole unit to
avoid static electricity formation in Hazardous Classified Areas.
Ensure the use of Antisparks Tools in the whole unit to avoid
mechanical sparks in Hazardous Classified Areas.
Ensure that mobile devices and equipment are certificated to be
used in Hazardous Classified areas to avoid the formation of
ignition sources (hot surfaces, ultrasonics, electromagnetic waves,
ionizing radiation, etc.).
Ensure that signs warning about Explosive Hazards are located
around the whole unit.
Ensure that there are placed warning signs forbidding smoking out
of the allowed areas and restricting the use of matches and
lighters.
Ensure that Company provides a proper access control for
workers, visitors, vehicles to the unit in order to control potential
ignition sources formation in hazardous classified areas.

Type
Technical
Technical

Technical

Organizational
Organizational

Organizational

Ensure that all workers are trained in Hazardous Classified areas.

Organizational

Ensure that Company provides a proper work permit system to


avoid ignition source.
Ensure that maintenance procedures are developed taking into
account the Hazardous Area Classification in order to avoid
dangerous operations in these areas.

Organizational
Organizational

XI.2-1: Summary of the recommendations recorded in the ERACA report for CDU/VDU

As general prevention measures, it will be considered staff training, work permits and
maintenance of equipment and instrumentation.
ERACA Report also identified specific preventive measures for each ignition source
within the EN-1127-1. (Refer to section 4.4.2 of SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-581513).
In order to mitigate the consequences of a flammable release within CDU/VDU Units
(011 and 012), combustible, hydrogen and hydrogen sulfide detectors are implemented,
as well as fire water monitors and water curtain. Location is shown in:

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F&G detection layout Doc. No. SA-JER-DS111-TRJR-345803.

Fire Protection layout Doc. No. SA-JER-DS111-TRJR-345802.

A Technological Risk Assessment (TRA) Report Doc. No. SA-JER-DS011-TRJR581511 is also carried out for CDU/VDU Units (011 and 012). Effects were ranked
within the level 3 risk region, therefore, no additional measures are proposed.

XI.2.4. List of Fire Scenarios

Refer to document SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-345801, Attachment 21 Fire Hazard


envelope Layout.

XI.2.5. List of Specific Flame, Leak, Heat or Gas Detectors and Relative Control
Systems or Fire Fighting Systems Provided, If Any.
Key Tag
011-GDF-0001
011-GDF-0002
011-GDF-0003
011-GDF-0004
011-GDF-0005
011-GDF-0006
011-GDF-0007
011-GDF-0008
011-GDF-0009
011-GDF-0010
011-GDF-0011
011-GDF-0012
011-GDF-0013
011-GDF-0014
011-GDF-0015
011-GDF-0016
011-GDF-0017
011-GDF-0018
011-GDF-0019
011-GDF-0020
011-GDF-0021

Instrument Type
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector

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Key Tag
011-GDF-0022
011-GDF-0023
011-GDF-0024
011-GDF-0025
011-GDF-0026
011-GDF-0027
011-GDF-0028
011-GDF-0029
011-GDF-0030
011-GDF-0031
011-GDF-0032
011-GDF-0033
011-GDF-0034
011-GDF-0035
011-GDF-0036
011-GDF-0037
011-GDF-0038
011-GDF-0039
011-GDF-0040
011-GDF-0041
011-GDF-0042
011-GDF-0043
011-GDF-0044
011-GDF-0045
011-GDF-0046
011-GDF-0047
011-GDF-0048
011-GDF-0201
011-GDF-0801
011-GDF-0802
011-GDF-0803
011-GDF-0804
011-GDF-0805
011-GDF-0806
011-GDF-0807
011-GDF-0808
011-GDF-0809
011-GDF-0850
011-GDF-0851
011-GDF-0852
011-GDF-0853
011-GDF-0855
011-GDF-0856

Instrument Type
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector
Combustible Gas Detector

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Key Tag
011-DFHXS-0601-L
011-DFHXS-0602-L
011-DFHXS-0603-L
011-DFHXS-0604-L
011-DFHXS-0605-L
011-DFHXS-0606-L
011-DFHXS-0607-L
011-HXS-0481
011-HXS-0482
011-HXS-0483
011-HXS-0484
011-HXS-0485
011-HXS-0486
011-HXS-0487
011-HXS-0488
011-HXS-0489
011-HXS-0490
011-HXS-0491
011-HXS-0494
011-HXS-0495
011-HXS-0496
011-HXS-0497

Instrument Type
Deluge Release
Deluge Release
Deluge Release
Deluge Release
Deluge Release
Deluge Release
Deluge Release
Manual Call Point
Manual Call Point
Manual Call Point
Manual Call Point
Manual Call Point
Manual Call Point
Manual Call Point
Manual Call Point
Manual Call Point
Manual Call Point
Manual Call Point
Manual Call Point
Manual Call Point
Manual Call Point
Manual Call Point

Key Tag
011-GFAA-0409
011-GFAA-0410
011-GFAA-0411
011-GFAA-0412
011-GFAA-0413
011-GFAA-0414
011-GFAA-0415
011-GFAA-0445
011-GFAA-0840
011-GFAA-0841
011-GFAA-0844
011-GFAB-0051
011-GFAB-0052
011-GFAB-0053
011-GFAB-0054
011-GFAB-0055
011-GFAB-0056
011-GFAB-0057
011-GFAB-0058
011-GFAB-0059

Instrument Type
Audible Alarm
Audible Alarm
Audible Alarm
Audible Alarm
Audible Alarm
Audible Alarm
Audible Alarm
Audible Alarm
Audible Alarm
Audible Alarm
Audible Alarm
Alarm Beacon
Alarm Beacon
Alarm Beacon
Alarm Beacon
Alarm Beacon
Alarm Beacon
Alarm Beacon
Alarm Beacon
Alarm Beacon

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Key Tag
011-GFAB-0060
011-GFAB-0061
011-GFAB-0062
011-GFAB-0063
011-GFAB-0064
011-GFAB-0065
011-GFAB-0070
011-GFAB-0251
011-GFAB-0252
011-GFAB-0253
011-GFAB-0254
011-GFAB-0255
011-GFAB-0256
011-GFAB-0257
011-GFAB-0258
011-GFAB-0259
011-GFAB-0260
011-GFAB-0509
011-GFAB-0510
011-GFAB-0511
011-GFAB-0512
011-GFAB-0513
011-GFAB-0514
011-GFAB-0515
011-GFAB-0830
011-GFAB-0831
011-GFAB-0838

Instrument Type
Alarm Beacon
Alarm Beacon
Alarm Beacon
Alarm Beacon
Alarm Beacon
Alarm Beacon
Alarm Beacon
Alarm Beacon
Alarm Beacon
Alarm Beacon
Alarm Beacon
Alarm Beacon
Alarm Beacon
Alarm Beacon
Alarm Beacon
Alarm Beacon
Alarm Beacon
Alarm Beacon
Alarm Beacon
Alarm Beacon
Alarm Beacon
Alarm Beacon
Alarm Beacon
Alarm Beacon
Alarm Beacon
Alarm Beacon
Alarm Beacon

Key Tag
011-UAB-0551
011-UAB-0552
011-UAB-0553
011-UAB-0554
011-UAB-0555
011-UAB-0556
011-UAB-0557
011-UAB-0558
011-UAB-0836
011-UAB-0837

Instrument Type
Alarm Beacon
Alarm Beacon
Alarm Beacon
Alarm Beacon
Alarm Beacon
Alarm Beacon
Alarm Beacon
Alarm Beacon
Alarm Beacon
Alarm Beacon

Key Tag
011-TDL-0501
011-TDL-0502
011-TDL-0503

Instrument Type
Linear Heat Detector
Linear Heat Detector
Linear Heat Detector

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Key Tag
011-TDL-0504
011-TDL-0505
011-TDL-0506
011-TDL-0507
011-TDL-0508
011-TDL-0509
011-TDL-0510
011-TDL-0511
011-TDL-0512
011-TDL-0513
011-TDL-0514
011-TDL-0515
011-TDL-0516
011-TDL-0517
011-TDL-0518
011-TDL-0519
011-TDL-0520
011-TDL-0521
011-TDL-0522
011-TDL-0523
011-TDL-0524
011-TDL-0525
011-TDL-0526
011-TDL-0527
011-TDL-0528
011-TDL-0529
011-TDL-0533

Instrument Type
Linear Heat Detector
Linear Heat Detector
Linear Heat Detector
Linear Heat Detector
Linear Heat Detector
Linear Heat Detector
Linear Heat Detector
Linear Heat Detector
Linear Heat Detector
Linear Heat Detector
Linear Heat Detector
Linear Heat Detector
Linear Heat Detector
Linear Heat Detector
Linear Heat Detector
Linear Heat Detector
Linear Heat Detector
Linear Heat Detector
Linear Heat Detector
Linear Heat Detector
Linear Heat Detector
Linear Heat Detector
Linear Heat Detector
Linear Heat Detector
Linear Heat Detector
Linear Heat Detector
Linear Heat Detector

See document SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-345803, Attachment 22 F&G Detection Layout.

XI.2.6. Number & Design of Fire Water Monitors, Lances and Hydrants. Plot plan
and Coverage Area and List. Idem for Steam Lances

UNIT-011
011-MLZ- 0051
011-MLZ- 0052
011-MLZ- 0053
011-MLZ- 0054
011-MLZ- 0055

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011-MLZ- 0056
011-MLZ- 0057
011-MLZ- 0058
011-MLZ- 0059
011-MLZ- 0060
011-MLZ- 0061
011-MLZ- 0062
011-MLZ- 0063
011-MLZ- 0064
011-MLZ- 0065
011-MLZ- 0066
011-MLZ- 0067
011-MLZ- 0068
011-MLZ- 0069
011-MLZ- 0070
011-MLZ- 0071
011-MLZ- 0072
011-MLZ- 0073
011-MLZ- 0074
011-MLZ- 0075
011-MLZ- 0076
011-MLZ- 0077
011-MLZ- 0078
011-MLZ- 0079
011-MLZ- 0080
011-MLZ- 0081
011-MLZ- 0082
011-MLZ- 0083
011-MLZ- 0084
011-MLZ- 0085

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See localization in document SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-345802, Attachment 23 Fire


Protection Layout.

XI.2.7. Localization and Capacity and Purpose (Electricity, Hydrocarbons, Multi


Purpose) of Extinguishers (Plot plan and List)

UNIT-011
27 lb

125 lb

CO2

011-XLZ-400

011-XLZ-405

011-XLZ-456

011-XLZ-401

011-XLZ-413

011-XLZ-457

011-XLZ-402

011-XLZ-428

011-XLZ-458

011-XLZ-403

011-XLZ-453

011-XLZ-459

011-XLZ-404

011-XLZ-454

011-XLZ-460

011-XLZ-406

011-XLZ-455

011-XLZ-461

011-XLZ-407

011-XLZ-462

011-XLZ-408

011-XLZ-463

011-XLZ-409

011-XLZ-464

011-XLZ-410

011-XLZ-465

011-XLZ-411

011-XLZ-466

011-XLZ-412

011-XLZ-467

011-XLZ-414

011-XLZ-468

011-XLZ-415

011-XLZ-469

011-XLZ-416

011-XLZ-470

011-XLZ-417

011-XLZ-471

011-XLZ-418

011-XLZ-472

011-XLZ-419

011-XLZ-473

011-XLZ-420
011-XLZ-421
011-XLZ-422
011-XLZ-423
011-XLZ-424
011-XLZ-425

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UNIT-011
27 lb

125 lb

CO2

011-XLZ-426
011-XLZ-427
011-XLZ-429
011-XLZ-430
011-XLZ-431
011-XLZ-432
011-XLZ-433
011-XLZ-434
011-XLZ-435
011-XLZ-436
011-XLZ-437
011-XLZ-438
011-XLZ-439
011-XLZ-440
011-XLZ-441
011-XLZ-442
011-XLZ-443
011-XLZ-444
011-XLZ-445
011-XLZ-446
011-XLZ-447
011-XLZ-448
011-XLZ-449
011-XLZ-450
011-XLZ-451
011-XLZ-452

See localization in document SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-345802, Attachment 23 Fire


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XI.2.8. Localization and Coverage Area of Flashing Light and Sirens (for Gas, H2S
or Fire Detection)

See document SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-345803, Attachment 22 F&G Detection Layout.

XI.3. Personal Protective Equipment


The following Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) shall be provided to CDU/VDU
Units Staff based on the flammable and toxic hazards.

Eye protection. Suitable eye protection shall be provided for all employees and
visitors to protect against impact, dust or radiation.

Foot protection. Approved safety footwear is sturdy work shoes with leather
uppers and/or leather composition with steel toe caps.

Head protection. A safety helmet should be worn by all persons at all times in
any operating plant area.

Body, skin and hand protection. In operations, exposed hands and skin are
susceptible to physical, chemical, and radiation hazards. Personal hand and
skin protection is often the only practical means of preventing injury from
physical hazards (sharp or jagged edges on materials and tools), heat, vibration,
corrosive or toxic chemicals and ultraviolet radiation.

Ear protection. There are two types of hearing protection available, the plug type
and the cup (or muff) type. Selection of one of them shall be evaluated with the
aim of ensuring the noise attenuation and protection.

Portable gas detector including calibration check kits for measuring


concentration of flammable and toxic gases gases such as hydrogen or
hydrogen sulfide.

Personal dosimeters for hydrogen sulfide, 8 hours duration.

Respiratory protection. Breathing air sets consisting of lightweight twin bottle self
contained sets with full-facemasks, supplied in site storage boxes shall be
provided and located in the Team buildings (refer to section 4.5 Fire and Gas
Detection and Alarm Fire Protection for buildings Doc. No. 2271-AAA-JSD-1970-

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01). One or more of the following respiratory protection devices shall be


provided for the hydrogen sulfide respiratory hazards.
o Oxygen inhalation apparatus, 1.5 cubic feet/minute (6 liter per minute)
capacity.
o Self-contained breathing apparatus (SCBA)-positive pressure demand,
nominal 30 minute air supply.
o Twin cartridge, air purifying respirator with cartridges approved for
hydrogen sulfide.
o Full face piece, air purifying respirator with cartridges approved for
hydrogen sulfide.
o Gas mask designed for respiratory protection approved for hydrogen
sulfide.

First aid cabinet. First aid kits shall be inspected regularly and missing,
damaged, or expired items replaced.

PPEs shall meet the requirements of Project instructions, OSHA, ANSI or equivalent
standards:

JER GI 7.027 Personnel Work Platform Operations.

OSHA.Code of Federal Regulations 1910, 1915 and 1926.

ASTM D120.E1 -87. Standard Specifications For Rubber Insulating Gloves.

ANSI Z 41-83. Personnel Protection - Protective Footwear.

ANSI Z 87.1 -89. Practice for Occupational and Educational Eye and Face
Protection.

ANSI Z 89.1 -86. Personnel Protection - Protective Headgear for Industrial


Workers Requirements.

BS EN 137:2006. Respiratory protective devices-self-contained open-circuit


compressed air apparatus. Requirements, testing, marking.

Staff shall be instructed in the use and care of PPEs.

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XI.4. Emergency
List and location of means of communication with control room are shown in
documentations listed below:
CCTV Equipment Layout, Cable routing & Grounding Points

SA-JER-DS111-TRJR-345604

PIB 05 & SS1106 CCTV Equipment Layout & Cable routing


U-111. Outdoor LS, FB & P/LS Cable routing & Grounding Points
U-111. Outdoor Telephones Cable routing & Grounding Points

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-345614
SA-JER-DS111-TRJR-345602
SA-JER-DS111-TRJR-345601

PIB 05, SS1106 & US05 PA/GA & P/L cable routing

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-345607

XI.5. Health & Environment


In case of CDU/VDU (Units 011 and 012), environmental aspects relevant to the unit in
the normal, abnormal and emergency circumstances, are:

Controlled and uncontrolled emissions to atmosphere and discharges to water,


are recorded in the Effluent List CDU/VDU Unit (Unit 011) Doc. No. SA-JERDS011-TRJR-670004, Pollutant and Toxic map (Units 011 and 012) Doc. No.
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-581512, Flare Load Summary Crude Distillation Unit
Train 1 (Unit 011) Doc. No. SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-670005, Leak detection and
Repair (Units 011 and 012) Report Doc. No. SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-581521 and
Report of Stack emissions for CDU-VDU Heaters Doc. No. SA-JER-DS011DSBS-2400183.

Noise impact is reviewed in the Final Noise Study Doc. No. SA-JER-DSAAATRJR-581513.

Due to the technology of this unit, aspects such as waste, dust, visual impact,
contamination of land and bacteriological risks related to water treatments are not
relevant.
Emission discharges and noise exposure are in compliance with Royal Commission
Environmental Regulations Volume 1 of Royal Commission in Al-Jubail, General EHS
Guidelines of Introduction of International Finance Corporation and the Environmental
Social Impact Assessment carried out by SATORP during FEED Stage.

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XI.6. Flare
XI.6.1. Applicable Scenarios
CDU flare system has been sized considering the following scenarios:

General power failure

Partial Power Failure

Pools of fire

Individual safety relief valve cases

XI.6.2. Sizing limit cases


The CDU flare system has been designed considering the corresponding relieves for
each case.
Calculations of the flare network considering the different cases results in a 44 header.
The sizing limit case is Partial Power Failure.
Further information regarding the flow rates, temperatures, composition, backpressures,
etc. can be found in Attachment 30, Flare Load Summary - Crude Distillation Unit

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03

PROCESS MATERIAL BALANCE

LIGHT ARABIAN CASE PFDS AND H&M BALANCE

UTILITIES MATERIAL BALANCE

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-670001

LINE LIST

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-380001

NA

NA
02

PROCESS BATTERY LIMIT CONDITIONS

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-670006

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10

UTILITIES BATTERY LIMIT CONDITIONS

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-670007

02

11

FEED QUALITIES & EXPECTED PRODUCT PROPERTIES

12

EQUIPMENT SUMMARY

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-381201

05

13

ELECTRICAL LOAD SUMMARY

SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-386101

04

14

CAUSE & EFFECT DIAGRAMS

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-355003

06

15

F&G CAUSE & EFFECT DIAGRAMS

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-355802

02

16

ELECTRICAL ON-LINE DIAGRAM

SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-626002

05

17

PLOT PLANS

18

MATERIAL SAFETY DATA SHEET (MSDS)

19
20

NA

NA

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-272011

08

NA

NA

LIST OF HAZARDOUS SUBSTANCES

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-670008

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FIRE HAZARD ENVELOPE LAYOUT

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-345801

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FIRE & GAS DETECTION LAYOUT

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04

22

FIRE PROTECTION LAYOUT

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-345802

05

23

FIRE WATER DEMAND


CCTV EQUIPMENT LAYOUT, CABLE ROUTING & GROUNDING
POINTS

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-675801

01

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-345610

02

UNIT 011 CCTV EQUIPMENT LAYOUT & CABLE ROUTING

SA-JER-DS091-TRJR-345613

02

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-345604

05

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25

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PIB 05.SS106 AND US05 SCS OUTLETS LAYOUT AND CABLE


ROUTING
OUTDOOR LS, FB & P/LS CABLE ROUTING & GROUNDING POINTS

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-345611

02

28

PIB 05 INDOOR LS & P/LS LAYOUT AND CABLE ROUITNG

SA-JER-DS091-TRJR-345607

03

29

FLARE LOAD SUMMARY

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-670005

03

30

CHEMICAL SUMMARY

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-670003

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31

CDU/VDU PREPARATION FOR START UP

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-400001

01

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CDU/VDU START UP

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-400002

01

33

CDU/VDU SHUT DOWN

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-400003

01

34

CDU/VDU GAS OUT

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-409227

01

35

AMINE SECTION GASSING/ START-UP/ SHUTDOWN/ DEGASSING

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-400005

01

36

STEAM GENERATION START-UP/SHUTDOWN

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-400006

01

37

TEMPERED WATER SYSTEM GASSING/ START-UP/ SHUTDOWN/


DEGASSING

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-400007

01

38

CLOSE DRAIN GASSING/ START UP/ SHUTDOWN/ DEGASSING

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-409228

01

39

E-0016/17/18 GASSING/ START-UP/ SHUTDOWN/ DEGASSING

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-400009

01

40

VDU BYPASS

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-400010

01

41

GENERAL EMERGENCY SHUTDOWN

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-400011

01

42

LOSS OF INSTRUMENT AIR

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-400012

01

43

LOSS OF PILOT GAS

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-400013

01

44

LOSS OF POWER ELECTRIC SYSTEM

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-400014

01

45

LOSS OF COOLING WATER

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-400015

01

46

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SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-400016

01

47

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SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-400017

01

48

LOSS OF HGO PA

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-400018

01

49

LOSS OF TEMPERED WATER

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-400019

01

50

LOSS OF BFW

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-400020

01

51

LOSS OF HVGO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-400021

01

52

LOSS OF DESALTER WATER

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-400022

01

53

EXTERNAL FIRE

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-400023

01

54

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SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-400024

01

55

LOSS OF LVGO PA

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-400025

01

56

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SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-400026

01

57

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SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-400027

01

58

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SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-400028

01

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HEATER 011-F-0002 SHUTDOWN/START-UP

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-409203

02

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HEATER 011-F-0002 DECOKING

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-409204

02

64

COMPRESSOR 011-K-0001
SHUTDOWN/DEGASSING/GASSING/START-UP

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-409205

02

65

UTILITIES SHUTDOWN START UP

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-409206

03

66

COMBUSTIBLE FUEL GAS SHUTDOWN DEGASSING GASSING


START UP

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-409207

03

67

FLARE SYSTEM SHUTDOWN DEGASSING GASSING START UP

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-409208

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02

68

011-E-0040 SHUTDOWN/DEGASSING/GASSING/START-UP

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-409209

69

FLUSH OIL SYSTEM

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-409210

03

70

PUMP HANDLING

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-409211

02

71

FILTER S 0001 SHUTDOWN DEGASSING GASSING START UP

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-409212

03

72

FILTER S 0002 SHUTDOWN DEGASSING GASSING START UP

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-409213

03

73

HIGH HIGH PRESSURE IN DESALTER RELIEVES VALVE OPEN TO


FLARE

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-409214

02

74

LOSS OF REFLUX OVERHEAD SYSTEM 011-C-0001

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-409215

02

75

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SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-409216

02

76

HEATER TUBE FAILURE IN 011-F-0001/011-F-0002

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-409217

02

HIGH HIGH PRESSURE IN 011-C-0002

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-409218

02
02

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78

LOSS OF REFLUX OVERHEAD SYSTEM 011-C-0002

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-409219

79

LOSS OF PUMP 011-G-0014 ATMOSPHERIC RESIDUE

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-409220

02

80

LOSS OF STEAM MPS/LPS

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-409221

02

81

LOSS OF NITROGEN

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-409222

02

82

LOSS OF NEUTRALIZING AGENT DEMULSIFIER CORROSION


INHIBITOR PHOSPHATE

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-409223

02

83

LOSS OF VACUUM IN 011-C-0003

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-409224

02
02

84

LOSS OF SOUR WATER

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-409225

85

DESALTER 011 D 0001 SHUTDOWN DEGASSING

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-409226

03

86

COMBUSTIBLE PILOT GAS SHUTDOWN DEGASSING GASSING


START-UP

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-409229

01

87

SPECIFICATION FOR PRESSURE SAFETY VALVE INTERLOCKS

N/A

02

BLIND LIST

N/A

N/A

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PROCESS FLOW DIAGRAMS


Document Number
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450001
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450002
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450003
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450004
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450005
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450006
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450007
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450008
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450009
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450010
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450011
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450012
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450016
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450017
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450018
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450020
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450021
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450022
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450023
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450024
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450025
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450026
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450027
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450028
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450029
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450030
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450031

Description

Rev.

PFD FOR CDU AND VDU CRUDE PREHEAT-PREFLASH, SH 1 OF 2


PFD FOR CDU AND VDU CRUDE DISTILLATION
PFD FOR CDU AND VDU VACUUM DISTILLATION, SH 1 OF 2
PFD FOR CDU AND VDU - MAXI NAPHTHA CASE CRUDE
PREHEAT-PREFLASH
PFD FOR CDU AND VDU - MAXI NAPHTHA CASE CRUDE
DISTILLATION
PFD FOR CDU AND VDU - MAXI NAPHTHA CASE VACUUM
DISTILLATION
PFD FOR CDU AND VDU - MAXI KEROSENE CASE CRUDE
PREHEAT-PREFLASH
PFD FOR CDU AND VDU - MAXI KEROSENE CASE CRUDE
DISTILLATION
PFD FOR CDU AND VDU - MAXI KEROSENE CASE VACUUM
DISTILLATION
PFD FOR CDU AND VDU - MAXI KEROSENE IN DIESEL POOL
CASE CRUDE PREHEAT-PREFLASH
PFD FOR CDU AND VDU - MAXI KEROSENE IN DIESEL POOL
CASE CRUDE DISTILLATION
PFD FOR CDU AND VDU - MAXI KEROSENE IN DIESEL POOL
CASE VACUUM
PFD FOR CDU AND VDU NAPHTHA SPLITTER REB. DUTY =
15Gcal-h CASE CRUDE PREHEAT-PREFLASH
PFD FOR CDU AND VDU NAPHTHA SPLITTER REB. DUTY =
15Gcal-h CASE CRUDE DISTILLATION
PFD FOR CDU AND VDU NAPHTHA SPLITTER REB. DUTY =
15Gcal-h CASE VACUUM DISTILLATION
PFD FOR CDU AND VDU CRUDE PREHEAT-PREFLASH, SH 2 OF 2
PFD FOR CDU AND VDU VACUUM DISTILLATION, SH 2 OF 2
PFD FOR CDU AND VDU PROCESS STREAM SUMMARY SH 1 OF 2
PFD FOR CDU AND VDU - MAXI NAPHTHA CASE - CRUDE
PREHEAT/PREFLASH
PFD FOR CDU AND VDU - MAXI NAPHTHA CASE - VACUUM
DISTILLATION
PFD FOR CDU AND VDU - MAXI NAPHTHA CASE - PROCESS
STREAM SUMMARY SH 1 OF 2
PFD FOR CDU AND VDU - MAXI KEROSENE CASE - CRUDE
PREHEAT/PREFLASH
PFD FOR CDU AND VDU - MAXI KEROSENE CASE - VACUUM
DISTILLATION
PFD FOR CDU AND VDU - MAXI KEROSENE CASE - PROCESS
STREAM SUMMARY SH 1 OF 2
PFD FOR CDU AND VDU - KEROSENE IN DIESEL POOL CASE CRUDE PREHEAT/PREFLASH
PFD FOR CDU AND VDU - KEROSENE IN DIESEL POOL CASE VACUUM DISTILLATION
PFD FOR CDU AND VDU - KEROSENE IN DIESEL POOL CASE -

03
03
03
02
02
02
02
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02
02
02
02
02
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02
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02
02
02

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Document Number
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450035
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450036
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450037
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450038
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450039
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450040
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450041
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-450043

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Description
PROCESS STREAM SUMMARY SH 1 OF 2
PFD FOR CDU AND VDU NAPHTHA SPLITTER REB. DUTY =
15Gcal-h CASE - CRUDE PREHEAT/PREFLASH
PFD FOR CDU AND VDU NAPHTHA SPLITTER REB. DUTY =
15Gcal-h CASE - VACUUM DISTILLATION
PFD FOR CDU AND VDU NAPHTHA SPLITTER REB. DUTY =
15Gcal-h CASE - PROCESS STREAM SUMMARY SH 1 OF 2
PFD FOR CDU AND VDU PROCESS STREAM SUMMARY SH 2 OF 2
PFD FOR CDU AND VDU - MAXI NAPHTHA CASE - PROCESS
STREAM SUMMARY SH 2 OF 2
PFD FOR CDU AND VDU - MAXI KEROSENE CASE - PROCESS
STREAM SUMMARY SH 2 OF 2
PFD FOR CDU AND VDU - KEROSENE IN DIESEL POOL CASE PROCESS STREAM SUMMARY SH 2 OF 2
PFD FOR CDU AND VDU NAPHTHA SPLITTER REB. DUTY =
15Gcal-h CASE - PROCESS STREAM SUMMARY SH 2 OF 2

Rev.
02
02
01
01
01
01
01
02

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DOCUMENT No.:
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-400100

REV: 01
Date: 16-MAY-2013

TR Project No.: 02020

ATTACHMENT 3.

P&IDS
Document Number

Description

Rev.

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480001
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480002
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480003

PID FOR CDU CRUDE FEED INLET


PID FOR CDU CRUDE CHARGE PUMPS
PID FOR CDU FRESH CRUDE EXCHANGERS

06
05
05

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480004

PID FOR CDU CRUDE PREHEAT - CDU OVERHEAD

05

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480005
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480006
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480007
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480008
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480009
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480010
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480011
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480012
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480013
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480015
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480016
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480017
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480018
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480019
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480020
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480021
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480022
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480023
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480024
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480025
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480026
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480027
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480028
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480029
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480030
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480031
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480032
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480033
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480034
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480035

PID FOR CDU FRESH CRUDE - PREFLASH OVERHEAD


EXCHANGERS
PID FOR CDU CRUDE PREHEAT - PREFLASH TOP AND LVGO PA
PID FOR CDU CRUDE PREHEAT - LAGO
PID FOR CDU CRUDE PREHEAT - KERO PA
PID FOR CDU CRUDE PREHEAT - KERO
PID FOR CDU CRUDE PREHEAT - HAGO
PID FOR CDU DESALTER FIRST STAGE
PID FOR CDU DESALTER SECOND STAGE
PID FOR CDU DESALTER RECIRCULATION PUMPS
PID FOR CDU DESALTED CRUDE PUMPS
PID FOR CDU DESALTED CRUDE-HVGO EXCHANGERS
PID FOR CDU CRUDE PREHEAT - LAGO AND HAGO
PID FOR CDU CRUDE PREHEAT - LAGO PA
PID FOR CDU CRUDE PREHEAT - VAC RESID.
PID FOR CDU PREFLASH COLUMN
PID FOR CDU PREFLASH BOTTOM PUMPS
PID FOR CDU PREFLASH REFLUX DRUM
PID FOR CDU PREFLASH REFLUX DRUM
PID FOR CDU TOPPED CRUDE PREHEAT - HVGO
PID FOR CDU TOPPED CRUDE PREHEAT - HVGO PA
PID FOR CDU TOPPED CRUDE PREHEAT - HAGO PA
PID FOR CDU TOPPED CRUDE PREHEAT - VACUUM RESIDUE
PID FOR CDU TOPPED CRUDE PREHEAT - HVGO PA
PID FOR CDU TOPPED CRUDE PREHEAT - VAC. RESIDUE
PID FOR CDU CRUDE HEATER INLET SH 1 OF 4
PID FOR CDU CRUDE HEATER INLET SH 2 OF 4
PID FOR CDU CRUDE HEATER INLET SH 3 OF 4
PID FOR CDU CRUDE HEATER INLET SH 4 OF 4
PID FOR CDU CRUDE HEATER PASS 1 - PROCESS COIL
PID FOR CDU CRUDE HEATER PASS 2 - PROCESS COIL

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05
05
05
05
05
06
06
05
05
05
05
05
05
05
05
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06
05
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05
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06
05
05
05
05
05

DOCUMENT No.:
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-400100

Document Number
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480036
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480037
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480038
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480039
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480040
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480041
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480042
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480043
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480044
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480045
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480046
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480047
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480048
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480049
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480050
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480051
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480052
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480053
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480054
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480055
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480056
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480057
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480058
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480059
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480060
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480061
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480062
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480063
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480064
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480065
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480066
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480067
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480068
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480069
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480070
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480071
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480072
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480073
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480074
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480075
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480076
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480077
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480078
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480079
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480080
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480081
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480082

REV: 01
Date: 16-MAY-2013

TR Project No.: 02020

Description
PID FOR CDU CRUDE HEATER PASS 3 - PROCESS COIL
PID FOR CDU CRUDE HEATER PASS 4 - PROCESS COIL
PID FOR CDU CRUDE HEATER PASS 5 - PROCESS COIL
PID FOR CDU CRUDE HEATER PASS 6 - PROCESS COIL
PID FOR CDU CRUDE HEATER PASS 7 - PROCESS COIL
PID FOR CDU CRUDE HEATER PASS 8 - PROCESS COIL
PID FOR CDU CRUDE HEATER-STEAM COIL
PID FOR CDU CRUDE DISTILLATION COLUMN SH 1 OF 2
PID FOR CDU CRUDE DISTILLATION COLUMN SH 2 OF 2
PID FOR CDU OVERHEAD CONDENSER
PID FOR CDU CDU REFLUX DRUM
PID FOR CDU CDU REFLUX PUMPS
PID FOR CDU NAPHTHA CONDENSER
PID FOR CDU NAPHTHA TRIM COOLER
PID FOR CDU TOTAL NAPHTHA DRUM
PID FOR CDU NAPHTHA TO NHDT PUMPS
PID FOR CDU KEROSENE STRIPPER
PID FOR CDU KEROSENE PUMPS
PID FOR CDU LIGHT ATMOSPHERIC GASOIL STRIPPER
PID FOR CDU LAGO PUMPS
PID FOR CDU HEAVY ATMOSPHERIC GASOIL STRIPPER
PID FOR CDU HEAVY ATMOSPHERIC GASOIL PUMPS
PID FOR CDU KERO PRODUCTS COOLERS
PID FOR CDU KERO-LAGO-HAGO PRODUCTS COOLERS
PID FOR CDU LAGO PRODUCTS COOLERS
PID FOR CDU HAGO PRODUCTS COOLERS
PID FOR CDU HAGO PRODUCTS COOLERS
PID FOR CDU KEROSENE PA PUMPS
PID FOR CDU LAGO PA PUMPS
PID FOR CDU HAGO PA PUMPS
PID FOR CDU ATM RESIDUE PUMPS
PID FOR CDU VACUUM HEATER INLET SH 1 OF 5
PID FOR CDU VACUUM HEATER INLET SH 2 OF 5
PID FOR CDU VACUUM HEATER INLET SH 3 OF 5
PID FOR CDU VACUUM HEATER INLET SH 4 OF 5
PID FOR CDU VACUUM HEATER PASS 1-PROCESS COIL
PID FOR CDU VACUUM HEATER PASS 2-PROCESS COIL
PID FOR CDU VACUUM HEATER PASS 3-PROCESS COIL
PID FOR CDU VACUUM HEATER PASS 4-PROCESS COIL
PID FOR CDU VACUUM HEATER PASS 5-PROCESS COIL
PID FOR CDU VACUUM HEATER PASS 6-PROCESS COIL
PID FOR CDU VACUUM HEATER PASS 7-PROCESS COIL
PID FOR CDU VACUUM HEATER PASS 8-PROCESS COIL
PID FOR CDU VACUUM HEATER
PID FOR CDU VACUUM COLUMN SH 1 OF 2
PID FOR CDU VACUUM COLUMN BOTTOM, SH 2 OF 2
PID FOR CDU PRE-CONDENSER SH 1 OF 2

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05
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06
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05
05
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05
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05
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DOCUMENT No.:
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-400100

Document Number
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480083
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480084
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480085
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480086
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480087
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480088
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480089
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480090
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480091
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480092
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480093
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480094
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480095
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480096
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480097
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480098
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480099
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480100
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480101
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480102
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480103
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480104
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480105
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480106
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480107
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480108
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480109
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480110
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480111
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480112
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480113
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480114
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480115
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480116
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480117
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480118
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480119
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480120
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480121
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480122
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480123
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480124
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480125
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480126
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480127
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480128
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480132

REV: 01
Date: 16-MAY-2013

TR Project No.: 02020

Description
PID FOR CDU PRE-CONDENSER SH 2 OF 2
PID FOR CDU VACUUM SYSTEM EJECTORS
PID FOR CDU VACUUM SYSTEM CONDENSERS
PID FOR CDU VACUUM SYSTEM RECOVERY DRUM
PID FOR CDU RECOVERED OIL PUMPS
PID FOR CDU VACUUM SYSTEM SOUR WATER PUMPS
PID FOR CDU VDU OFF GAS SEAL POT
PID FOR CDU OFF GAS COMPRESSOR KO DRUM
PID FOR CDU VDU OFF GAS COMPRESSOR
PID FOR CDU VDU OFF GAS COOLER
PID FOR CDU VDU OFF GAS AMINE ABSORBER
PID FOR CDU VDU OFF GAS AMINE ABSORBER
PID FOR CDU RICH AMINE PUMPS
PID FOR CDU LVGO PUMPS
PID FOR CDU LVGO PA- COOLER
PID FOR CDU LVGO COOLER, SH 3 OF 3
PID FOR CDU MVGO PUMPS
PID FOR CDU VGO COOLER
PID FOR CDU HVGO PUMPS
PID FOR CDU HVGO INTERNAL REFLUX FILTERS
PID FOR CDU VACUUM RESIDUE PUMPS
PID FOR CDU VACUUM RESID STEAM GENERATOR
PID FOR CDU STEAM DRUM
PID FOR CDU STRIPPING STEAM INJECTION
PID FOR CDU BRINE-DESALTING WATER EXCHANGERS
PID FOR CDU BRINE COOLER
PID FOR CDU BRINE TRIM COOLER
PID FOR CDU DESALTING WATER SURGE DRUM
PID FOR CDU DESALTING WATER PUMPS
PID FOR CDU DESALTING WATER SURGE DRUM
PID FOR CDU SOUR WATER RECOVERY DRUM
PID FOR CDU CDU SOUR WATER PUMPS
PID FOR CDU CRUDE HEATER BURNER CONTROL WEST
PID FOR CDU CRUDE HEATER BURNER CONTROL EAST
PID FOR CDU CRUDE HEATER STACK AND DETAILS
PID FOR CDU VACUUM HEATER BURNER CONTROL WEST
PID FOR CDU VACUUM HEATER BURNER CONTROL EAST
PID FOR CDU VACUUM HEATER STACK AND DETAILS
PID FOR CDU COMBUSTION AIR PREHEATING
PID FOR CDU TEMPERED WATER DRUM
PID FOR CDU TEMPERED WATER COOLER
PID FOR CDU TEMPERED WATER PUMPS
PID FOR CDU DEMULSIFIER INJECTION PACKAGE
PID FOR CDU NEUTRALIZING AGENT INJECTION PACKAGE
PID FOR CDU CORROSION INHIBITOR INJECTION PACKAGE
PID FOR CDU PHOSPHATE INJECTION PACKAGE
PID FOR CDU B.L. PROCESS No 1

Rev.
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05
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06
05
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05
05
05
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06
06
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06
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DOCUMENT No.:
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-400100

Document Number
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480133
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480134
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480135
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480136
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480137
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480138
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480139
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480140
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480141
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480142
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480144

REV: 01
Date: 16-MAY-2013

TR Project No.: 02020

Description
PID FOR CDU B.L. PROCESS No 2
PID FOR CDU B.L. PROCESS No 3
PID FOR CDU B.L. PROCESS No 4
PID FOR CDU B.L. PROCESS No 5
PID FOR CDU B.L. PROCESS No 7
PID FOR CDU B.L. PROCESS No 8
PID FOR CDU VACUUM HEATER INLET, SH 5 OF 5
PID FOR CDU B.L. PROCESS No 6
PID FOR CDU HVGO PA FILTER
PID FOR CDU PREFLASH STRIPPING STEAM, SH 3 OF 3
PID FOR CDU TWIN UNIT-IPS B.L. DETAILS

Rev.
05
05
05
05
05
05
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05
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05

41

41

DETAIL "A"

40

40

1"

37

60

FLOW

HISR
0030
+

NOTE 3
FB
LO

36

0.2%

NOTE 6

4792

INJECTION QUILL

NOTE 2

33

1"
=33.4mm ext.

31
30

ZC
0303

ZC
0304

ZC
0305

ZC
0306

ZC
0307

ZC
0308

ZC
0309

ZC
0310

ZC
0311

ZC
0312

ZC
0313

ZC
0314

ZC
0316

ZC
0317

ZC
0318

ZC
0319

ZC
0320

ZC
0321

ZC
0322

ZC
0323

ZC
0330

ZC
0331

ZC
0332

ZC
0334

ZC
0335

ZC
0336

ZC
0337

ZC
0340

ZC
0341

ZC
0342

ZC
0343

ZC
0344

ZC
0345

ZC
0346

ZC
0347

ZC
0348

ZC
0349

ZC
0350

ZC
0351

ZC
0352

ZC
0353

ZC
0354

ZC
0355

ZC
0356

ZC
0357

ZC
0358

ZC
0359

ZC
0360

ZC
0361

ZC
0368

ZC
0370

ZC
0371

ZC
0372

ZC
0373

ZC
0374

ZC
0375

ZC
0376

ZC
0377

ZC
0363

38
37
36
35
34
33

3/4"

PZV
0078 B

ZC
0378

ZC
0379

ZC
0380

ZC
0387

ZC
0390

ZC
0394

ZC
0395

ZC
0396

ZC
0397

ZC
0398

ZC
0399

ZC
0400

ZC
0401

ZC
0402

ZC
0403

ZC
0406

ZC
0407

ZC
0408

ZC
0409

ZC
0410

ZC
0411

ZC
0412

ZC
0413

ZC
0414

ZC
0415

ZC
0416

ZC
0417

ZC
0418

32

8"x4"
FB
LO
NOTE 3

3/4"

NOTE 6
8"x3"

60

31
30
29

10"-CRU-011001002-103CS1P-N

3/4"

VIEW FROM X

28

ZC
0302

8"x3"

3"L4"
14.92

101CH2F
103CS1P

29

011-SP-0019

NOTE 4
3/4"-LFL-011001301-101CH2F-N

34

32

HIXS
0030 A

8"x4"

8"-LFL-011001301-101CH2F-N

29

35

PZV
0078 A

3/4" V

ZC
0301

RESET

3"L4"
14.92

ZC
0101

2mm
27

3/4"

26

FROM 011-G-0001-A/B8252

FB
LC
NOTE 3

FB
LO
NOTE 3
551

25

101CH2F
103CS1P

21
20

FYV
0175

FT
0175

1/2"

3"

MIN.

11

ZC

FHSR

0397

0175

0418

0322

0332

0337

ZC

ZC

ZC

ZC

0371

0372

0377

0378

PB
RESET

ZC
0397

26

ZC
0397

25
24

10 MIN.
TI
0001

PI
0001

HH

TI

23

PI
0140

22

LL

0170
21

TT

TT

0001

0170

PT
0001

DETAIL "A"

3/4"

PI
0299

3/4"

PT
0140

3/4"

20
19

INST.
PIPING

18

2"

2"

6"x3"

FC

3/4"-SLP-011001003-103CS1P-N

12

0001

STOP PUMPS

CRUDE
TO 011-G-0001-A/B

16

13

XXXX

STOP PUMPS

FV
0175
6"x3"

14

ZC

DE

17

15

ZC

8"x6"

3/4"

6"x3"

3"

6"x3"

NC
HOLD 1

10

SC

8"-SLP-011098002-103CS1P-N

2"
NOTE 1

3/4"-SLP-011001004-103CS1P-N

1/2"

ZC

ATM

INST.
PIPING

18

ZC

MIN.

19

XIS

3/4"

FC
0175

22

XIS

8"-SLP-011001002-103CS1P-N

23

3632

3/4"-SLP-011001001-103CS1P-N

17
16
15
14
13
12

3/4"

11

011-SC-0051

10

TYPE 23
NOTE 6,7

28
27

NOTE 5

24

CRU

MIN.

38

39

103SC1P
103CS1P

1"-CHP-011053001-103SC1P-N

REMOVABLE
ELBOW
3"

39

MIN.

NC

1"

FI
0121

3/4"

MIN.

D
5

2"x3/4"

SLOPS
FROM STORAGE
DS011-TRJR-480134
2677

25
4798

2"-CHP-011053001-103SC1P-N
1

DEMULSIFIER
FROM 011-X-0003

06

13-MAR-2013

AB

AB: AS BUILT

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

05

06-OCT-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

JMV / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

04

04-SEP-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

CRUDE OIL

03

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

VSC / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

FROM STORAGE

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

JGT / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

DS011-TRJR-480133
2659

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

RDP / MAC

JAL

00

11-DEC-2009

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

ARV / STG

RDP / MAC

JAL

REV

DATE

COMPANY
STATUS

GENERAL NOTES
1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011 (EX 011-TT-0001).
2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.
3- ALL LINES CONNECTED TO CLOSED DRAINS SYSTEMS SHALL BE GRAVITY FLOW DESIGNED.
4- DRAIN VALVE ON EQUIPMENT AND/OR PIPING SHALL BE INSTALLED FLANGE TO FLANGE OR AT MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE EQUIPMENT/PIPING TO BE DRAINED.

NOTES
1- TIE-IN ANTI-FOULING AGENT.
2- MAKE CONNECTION ON TOP OF PIPE.
3- GATE VALVE SHALL BE INSTALLED WITH STEM IN OR BELOW THE HORIZONTAL POSITION AS REQUIRED.
4- MECHANICAL LINK.
5- STEAM SHEDDING LOGIC IN CASE OF GENERAL POWER FAILURE.
6- SET PRESSURE OF PZV-0078 A/B HAS BEEN READJUSTED BASED ON AN ELEVATION FROM PIPE TOP TO PZV. THIS DIFFERENCE OF ELEVATION SHOULD NOT BE
HIGHER THAN 18 METER.
7- FOR FURTHER INFORMATION SEE SAMPLE DETAILS DIAGRAM : SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480275.

This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

2"x1"

18"-CRU-011098001-103CS1P-N

2"-CLD-011001307-101CH2S-N

103CS1P
101CH2S

250 mm MIN.

6"-SLP-011098002-103CS1P-N

DS011-TRJR-480125
2693

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
POS.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

DESCRIPTION
FIRE WATER
SERVICE WATER
COOLING WATER
POTABLE WATER
DEMI WATER
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
HP STEAM
MP STEAM
LP STEAM
HP CONDENSATE
MP CONDENSATE
LP CONDENSATE
BFW
PLANT AIR
INSTRUMENT AIR
N.A.

REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER

REVISION MEMO

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM
011-078

Project:

011-074
011-076

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE DISTILLATION UNIT TRAIN 1

CRUDE
FEED INLET

Item Tags :

011-075
011-080

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE
Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480001 .pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480001
2271-011-PID-0021-001

REV: 06

Sheet: 1 of 3

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

41

41

40

40

39

39

38

38

35
8252

34

10"-CRU-011001002-103CS1P-N

CRUDE
TO 011-G-0001-A/B
RECIRCULATION

36

10"x8" 8"

10"x8"

10"-CRU-011001017-106CS1P-N

35

MIN.

36

37

FV
0002

106CS1P

103CS1P

37

FO
NOTE 7

34

33

33

MIN.

3/4"-CRU-011001010-106CS1P-N

32

32

3/4"
31

31

MIN.

D
2"x3/4"

30

30

250 mm MIN.

106CS1P
101CH2S

29
28

2"-CLD-011001303-101CH2S-P

PI

0002 A

0002

25

HS

0001

0009 A

25

PT

FT

0002 A

0002

0001

INST.
PIPING

1/2"

INST.
PIPING
3/4"

SC
1/2"

NOTE 6
TYPE 1

26

011-SC-0001

1/2"

25

PV
0007

3/4"-CRU-011001020-106CS1P-H

24

16"-CRU-011001005-106CS1P-N

3/4" D

22

CRUDE
3632 BL. STORAGE

18"-CRU-011098001-103CS1P-N

1"

STOP PUMPS
FI
0002 B

ZC
0397

MIN.

2"x3/4"

PIPING INST.
3/4"

0135

3/4"
3/4"

MIN.
MIN.
18"
NOTE 1

2"

PI
0003

3/4"

12" 16"x12"

3/4"
VENT

/4"
2"x3

011-G-0001-A

12"-SLP-011098019-103CS1P-H
NOTE 9

PI

MIN.

UC
NOTE 2

PIPING INST.
3/4"

PI
0137

15
14

25

13

4820

103CS1P
101CH2S

12
11

2"-CLD-011002309-101CH2S-P

10
25

7713

INST.

NOTE 2

NOTE 3

17

PI
3/4"
3/4"

0004

MIN.
3/4"
3/4"

MIN.
NOTE 1

2"

12" 16"x12"

VENT

18"

011-G-0001-B

/4"
2"x3

NOTE 5

2"-CRU-011001013-106CS1P-N

18"-CRU-011001004-106CS1P-N

LPT
2"

2"-CRU-011001012-106CS1P-N

UC

INST.

10

3/4" D

2"

2"-CLD-011001304-101CH2S-N

MIN.

MIN.

19

16

106CS1P
101CH2S
2"

MIN.

20

2"-SLP-011002001-103CS1P-H

LL

PIPING

LPT

MIN.

NOTE 3

16"x8"

18

106CS1P
103CS1P

MIN.
3/4" D

18"-CRU-011001003-106CS1P-N

11

MIN.

8"
NC

MIN.

3/4"-CRU-011001011-106CS1P-N

2"-FLO-011001304-101CS1P-N

2195

2"-CRU-011001003-106CS1P-N

PIPING

2196

FLO

101CS1P
106CS1P

MIN.
FLO

2"-FLO-011001303-101CS1P-N

101CS1P
106CS1P

13

22

16"x8"

2"-CRU-011001004-106CS1P-N
14

FO

3/4"

103CS1P
106CS1P

15

PIPING
INST.

FT
0002 B

103CS1P
106CS1P

18"-CRU-011098001-103CS1P-N

16

16"-CRU-011001005-106CS1P-H CRUDE
23
3635
TO 011-E-0001

MIN.

18

16"x12"

250 mm MIN.

19

1/2"

1/2"

MIN.

20

24

21

16"-CRU-011001016-106CS1P-N

21

12"

16"x12"

DV

MIN.

23

12

29

27

FT

INST.
PIPING 1/2"

4802

17

NOTE 8

FC

28

27
26

FC

7
6
5
4
3

NOTE 5
2"-CRU-011001012-106CS1P-N

2"-CRU-011001013-106CS1P-N

SIGNAL

FROM PY-0007

DS011-TRJR-480015

MIN.

250 mm MIN.

0001 A
2"-CLD-011001309-101CH2S-N

TYP. 3
106CS1P
101CH2S

MG
0001 B

2"-CLD-011001308-101CH2S-N
OLW

25
2831

011-G-0001-A / B
CRUDE CHARGE PUMPS

25

3/4"-OLW-011001304-101CS1P-N

OLW
START-UP LINE

2830

FROM E-0037 INLET

INSULATION: N

GENERAL NOTES
1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011 (EX 011-TT-0001).
2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.
3- ALL LINES CONNECTED TO CLOSED DRAINS SYSTEMS SHALL BE GRAVITY FLOW DESIGNED.
4- DRAIN VALVE ON EQUIPMENT AND/OR PIPING SHALL BE INSTALLED FLANGE TO FLANGE OR AT MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE EQUIPMENT/PIPING TO BE
DRAINED.

NOTES
1- PROVIDE A STRAIGHT LENGHT OF PIPE OF AT LEAST 5 TIMES THE SUCTION NOZZLE DIAMETER IMMEDIATELY UPSTREAM OF THE NOZZLE.
2- CHECK VALVE SHALL BE INSTALLED HORIZONTALLY.
3- FLANGE FOR POSSIBLE PUMP ISOLATION BY BLIND FLANGE.

PUMPS
TYPE
THROUGHPUT
DISCH. PRESS.
DIFF. PRESS.
DES. PRESS.
OP. TEMP.
DENSITY AT COND.

m/h
barg
bar
barg
C
kg/m

011-G-0001-A / B
CENTRIFUGAL
1485.0
33.80
32.50
50.00
40.00
874.0

This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

NOTE 4

106CS1P
101CS1P

106CS1P
101CH2S

3/4"-OLW-011001303-101CS1P-N

MCC

MIN.

TYP. 3

3633

MIN.

250 mm MIN.

MCC

MG

ZC
0397

NOTE 4

106CS1P
101CS1P

ZC
0397

MIN.

4- DISMOUNTABLE PIPING FOR POSSIBLE CLEAN-OUT BY STEAM INJECTION.


5- FOR FURTHER INFORMATION SEE PUMPS AUXILIARY DETAILS DIAGRAM: SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480244.
6- FOR FURTHER INFORMATION SEE SAMPLE DETAILS DIAGRAM: SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480273.
7- PROVIDE MECHANICAL STOP AT 110% CV NORMAL.
8- HS-0009A AND HS-0009B WILL CHANGE THEIR POSITION SIMULTANEOUSLY TO CONTROL CRUDE INLET FLOW RATE TO THE UNIT TRHOUGH PV-0007 AND DESALTER
PRESSURE TRHOUGH FV-0006.
9- START-UP RECIRCULATION LINE.
10- DELETED

DS011-TRJR-480136
7716

05

13-MAR-2013

AB

AB: AS BUILT

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

04

30-SEP-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

03

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

VSC / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

JGT / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

DFI / STG

RDP / MAC

JAL

00

11-DEC-2009

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

ARV / STG

RDP / MAC

JAL

REV

DATE

COMPANY
STATUS

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
POS.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

DESCRIPTION
FIRE WATER
SERVICE WATER
COOLING WATER
POTABLE WATER
DEMI WATER
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
HP STEAM
MP STEAM
LP STEAM
HP CONDENSATE
MP CONDENSATE
LP CONDENSATE
BFW
PLANT AIR
INSTRUMENT AIR
N.A.

REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

FLO

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER
FLUSHING OIL

REVISION MEMO

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM
011-078

Project:

011-074

011-076
Item Tags :

011-075
011-080
011-077

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE DISTILLATION UNIT TRAIN 1
CRUDE CHARGE PUMPS

011-G-0001-A/B ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480002 .pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480002
2271-011-PID-0021-001

REV: 05

Sheet: 2 of 3

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

41

41

40

011-E-0001
FRESH CRUDE/KERO EXCHANGER

011-E-0002
FRESH CRUDE / HAGO EXCHANGER

INSULATION (SHELL/TUBE): H / H

INSULATION (SHELL/TUBE): H / H

40

39

39

TI
38

0004

38

TI
0005

37
36

37
36

TT
0004

TT

35

35

0005

2"
34

34

2"

33

CRUDE
TO 011-E-0003 3637 33

32

32

31

31

16"-CRU-011001007-106CS1P-H

20"x16"
8"

29

B2

TI

28

6"

20"

A1

011-E-0001

0002
B1

27

8"

A2

A3

16"

NOTE 4

16"

26

24

29

20"
A1

B2

28

011-E-0002
B1

6"

A3

A2

16"

NOTE 4
27

16"

26

LPT
25
24

16"-CRU-011001005-106CS1P-H
CRUDE
3635FROM 011-G-0001A/B

MIN.

2"

MIN.

23

LPT

TT
0002

25

30

20"x16"

16"-CRU-011001006-106CS1P-H

30

23

10 MIN.

106CS1P
106CS2P

16
15
14

3/4"

13

2"

106CS1P
101CH2S

25

PIPING

11

INST.

2529

LPT

2"

18
17

MIN.

D
12

19

MIN.

16

106CS1P
101CH2S

15

250 mm MIN.

2"-CLD-011001301-101CH2S-P

17

2"-CRU-011001023-106CS1P-P

18

MIN.

20

2"-CLD-011001313-101CH2S-P

19

21

MIN.

20

250 mm MIN.

21

2"-CRU-011001022-106CS1P-P

22

4"-PRW-011001001-106CS1P-H

22

14
13

25
2597

12

LPT
11

1/2"

NOTE 3

10

1/2"

FT

FC

0139

0139

MIN.

MIN.
10
9

2"

TT
0003

TI
0003

2"

TT
0006

TI
0006

2"

DESALTING WATER

KEROSENE

FROM 011-E-0032

FROM 011-E-0008

DS011-TRJR-480107
2697

DS011-TRJR-480009
2704

SIGNAL
TO FY-0139

DS011-TRJR-480058
3636

2"-CLD-011001310-101CH2S-P

This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

05

13-MAR-2013

AB

AB: AS BUILT

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

04

30-SEP-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

03

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

VDK / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

JGT / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

VKB / STG

RDP / MAC

JAL

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

ARV / STG

RDP / MAC

JAL

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

HAGO

HAGO

01

11-JUN-2010

AFC

FROM 011-E-0009

TO 011-A-0004

00

11-DEC-2009

IFD

DS011-TRJR-480058
2794

DS011-TRJR-480010
2795

DS011-TRJR-480061
2796

1,2, DELETED.
3- CHECK VALVE SHALL BE MOKVELD TYPE IN ORDER TO HAVE DIFFERENT TYPE FROM THE ONE AT PUMP 011-G-0021 DISCHARGE.
4- H.V. @ 150C SHELL AND TUBE SIDE.

NOTE 4

KEROSENE

NOTES

IN/OUT IN/OUT

TO 011-E-0023

4- DRAIN VALVE ON EQUIPMENT AND/OR PIPING SHALL BE INSTALLED FLANGE TO FLANGE OR AT MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE EQUIPMENT/PIPING TO BE
DRAINED.

DES.PRESS. barg SHELL/TUBE


DES.TEMP. C
SHELL/TUBE
SURFACE m
DUTY
Gcal/h

MIN.
25

3- ALL LINES CONNECTED TO CLOSED DRAINS SYSTEMS SHALL BE GRAVITY FLOW DESIGNED.

SHELL/TUBE
SHELL/TUBE

2"-CLD-011001312-101CH2S-P

2528

2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.

011-E-0002
AJS
29.20
11.20
50.40
155.00
56.80
95.00
50.00
38.50
100.00
205.00
194.5
3.54

103CS1P
101CH2S

25

1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011 (EX 011-TT-0001).

011-E-0001
AJS
30.10
10.40
40.00
145.00
50.40
70.00
50.00
38.50
95.00
175.00
408.1
5.59

2"x3/4"

2595

GENERAL NOTES

EXCHANGERS
TEMA TYPE
OP. PRESS. barg
OP. TEMP. C

6"-HFO-011001001-103CS1P-P

MIN.

6"-HFO-011005001-103CS1P-H

103CS1P
101CH2S

3/4"

3/4"-HFO-011001002-103CS1P-P

250 mm MIN.

8"-JET-011001001-103CS1P-H

8"-JET-011005001-103CS1P-H

4"-PRW-011042005-106CS2P-H

2"-JET-011001002-103CS1P-P

250 mm MIN.

MIN.
4

MIN.

REV

DATE

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
POS.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

DESCRIPTION
FIRE WATER
SERVICE WATER
COOLING WATER
POTABLE WATER
DEMI WATER
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
HP STEAM
MP STEAM
LP STEAM
HP CONDENSATE
MP CONDENSATE
LP CONDENSATE
BFW
PLANT AIR
INSTRUMENT AIR
N.A.

REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER

COMPANY
STATUS

REVISION MEMO

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM
011-078

Project:

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE DISTILLATION UNIT TRAIN 1

FRESH CRUDE EXCHANGERS

011-074
011-076
011-075
011-080

Item Tags :

011-E-0001

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

011-E-0002

ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE
Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480003.pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480003
2271-011-PID-0021-001

REV:

05

Sheet: 3 of 3

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

41

41

INSULATION (SHELL/TUBE): H / H

2"-FLO-011002301-101CS1P-N

2"-CRU-011001007-106CS1P-N
MIN.

3/4"
D

39

FLO

2"-CRU-011001007-106CS1P-N

2255

3/4"

40

2"-FLO-011002302-101CS1P-N

MIN.

FLO

106CS1P
101CS1P

40

106CS1P
101CS1P

011-E-0003-A / B/ C/ D
FRESH CRUDE/CDU OVERHEAD EXCHANGER

2256

39

38

38

LPT
16"x12" NOTE 1 16"x12"

16"x14" 14"
FO
NOTE 5

106CS1P
101CH2S

16"x12"

106CS1P
101CH2S

2"-CLD-011002308-101CH2S-N

2"-CLD-011002307-101CH2S-N

7711

TT

0066

0066

2"-CLD-011002306-101CH2S-N

2"

25

12"x10"

10"-CRU-011001007-106CS1P-H

12"x10"

NC

NC

12"x10"

28"x18"

40"x28"

LO

LO

NOTE 1

28"x18"

18"-NAP-011018001-101CH2S-P

28"x18"

CL300

3/4"

B1

B2

18"

10"
TT

TI

0007

0007

2"

15

011-E-0003-B

CL300

12"x10"

NOTE 1

14

10"

3/4"

18"

10"

2"-CRU-011002010-106CS1P-P

TT
0008

2"-CRU-011002009-106CS1P-P

TI
0008

CL300

10"

18"

CL300

TT
0009

MIN.

NOTE 4

18

10"

18"

2"

TT

TI

0010

0010

NOTE 1 12"x10" 10"-CRU-011002002-106CS1P-H


LPT

16"x12" NOTE 1 16"x12"


LO LO

10"

B1

TI
0009

10"-CRU-011002002-106CS1P-H

20
19

A1

B2

12"x10"

12"-CRU-011002002-106CS1P-H

A2

NOTE 4

B1

B2

011-E-0003-D

18"

CL300
A1

2"

LPT

13

A2

NOTE 4

B1

2"

10"-CRU-011002002-106CS1P-H 12"x10"

25
4834

011-E-0003-C 10"

18"

CL300

UC
A1

B2

16

18"
A2

NOTE 4

MIN.

17

10"
A1

18"-NAP-011018001-101CH2S-P

NOTE 1
CL300

12"-CRU-011002002-106CS1P-H
LO

22
21

18"-NAP-011018001-101CH2S-P

UC

23

LO

17

10"-CRU-011002001-106CS1P-H

A2

18

2"-CLD-011002305-101CH2S-N

MIN.

011-E-0003-A

25

HPT

MIN.

18"

CL300

12"x10" 10"-CRU-011001007-106CS1P-H

28"-NAP-011018001-101CH2S-P

NOTE 1
19

106CS1P
101CH2S

NOTE 1
HPT

28"x18"

26

3/4"

24

10"-CRU-011001007-106CS1P-H
40"x28"

28
27

2"

10"-CRU-011001007-106CS1P-H

28"-NAP-011018001-101CH2S-P

18"-NAP-011018001-101CH2S-P

0078

2"-NAP-011002009-101CH2S-P

21
20

0078

3/4"-CRU-011002005-106CS1P-N

NOTE 1

22

TI

2"x3/4"

5318

23

TT

25

24

3/4"

2"
MIN.

30

2"
V

101CH2F
101CH2S

MIN. 2"-NAP-011002004-101CH2S-P

FC

29

HPT

MIN.

TI

2"

101CH2F
101CH2S

10"x8"

29

NOTE 3

MIN.

26

250 mm MIN.

106CS1P
101CH2S

27

10"-CRU-011002001-106CS1P-H

5243

31

10"x8" 8"
MIN.

2"-LFL-011002301-101CH2F-N

MIN.

2"
28

32

HV
0001

HPT

3/4"
2"x3/4"

33

25

25
7712

30

HPT

34

NC
3/4"-CRU-011002008-106CS1P-N

HC
0001

2"

16"x12"

31

29

35

MIN.

2"

32

2"

2"-CRU-011002012-106CS1P-P

MIN.

33

36

MIN.

16"x14"

37

MIN.

250 mm MIN.

MIN.

16"-CRU-011001007-106CS1P-H

LO
2"

2"-CRU-011002011-106CS1P-P
2"

35

CRUDE
3637 FROM 011-E-0002

2"

HV
0003

LO

MIN.

HC
0003

LO

250mm MIN.

36

LO

250mm MIN.

MIN.

12"-CRU-011001007-106CS1P-H

MIN.

MIN.

12"-CRU-011001007-106CS1P-H

37

34

LPT

16
15
14
13

12

12

TW

0081

0086

2" CL300

TW
0088

2" CL300

2" CL300

CP

CP

106CS1P
101CH2S

2"-CLD-011002303-101CH2S-P

0011

011-SP-0154
2"

CP

NOTE 2
8

TT

2"

3036

25

16"-CRU-011002002-106CS1P-H

CRUDE
TO 011-E-0004

3043

10 MIN.

TI

2" CL300

18"-NAP-011002001-101CH2S-P

2"
34"x24"

24"-NAP-011002001-101CH2S-P

34"x24"

NOTE 1

LO

011-SP-0155
MIN.

250 mm MIN.

2"

2"-CLD-011002302-101CH2S-P

CP

2"-NAP-011002003-101CH2S-P

2"-CLD-011002304-101CH2S-P

CDU OVERHEAD
TO 011-A-0001
DS011-TRJR-480045
2814

25
3044

3- ALL LINES CONNECTED TO CLOSED DRAINS SYSTEMS SHALL BE GRAVITY FLOW DESIGNED.
4- DRAIN VALVE ON EQUIPMENT AND/OR PIPING SHALL BE INSTALLED FLANGE TO FLANGE OR AT MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE EQUIPMENT/PIPING TO BE DRAINED.

NOTES
1- SYMMETRICAL ARRANGEMENT.
2- CORROSION PROBE.
3- MAKE CONNECTION ON TOP OF PIPE.
4- H.V.@ 150C SHELL AND TUBE SIDE.
5- PROVIDE MINIMUM MECHANICAL STOP AT 70.8% OF NORMAL FLOW WITH PRESSURE DROP OF 0.8 BAR TO AVOID LOSS OF CONTROL ON PV-0007.
6- DELETED.
NOTE 4

This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

05

13-MAR-2013

AB

AB: AS BUILT

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

04

30-SEP-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

03

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

VSC / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MV / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

NPS / STG

RDP / MAC

JAL

00

11-DEC-2009

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

JVM / STG

RDP / MAC

JAL

25
REV

3038

2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.

IN/OUT IN/OUT

NOTE 2

1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011(EX 011-TT-0001).

DES.PRESS. barg SHELL/TUBE


DES.TEMP. C
SHELL/TUBE
SURFACE m
DUTY
Gcal/h

2"

GENERAL NOTES

SHELL/TUBE
SHELL/TUBE

TI
0192

MIN.

34"-NAP-011002001-101CH2S-P

2"

2"-NAP-011002002-101CH2S-P

DS011-TRJR-480043
2797

011-E-0003-A / B/ C/ D
AES
28.30
1.00
56.80
119.20
79.70
98.60
50.00
38.50
115.00
160.00
1937.7
13.00

2" CL300

LPT

18"-NAP-011002001-101CH2S-P

MIN.

MIN.

CDU OVERHEAD
NAPHTHA
FROM 011-C-0002

EXCHANGERS
TEMA TYPE
OP. PRESS. barg
OP. TEMP. C

NOTE 1 24"x18"

24"-NAP-011002001-101CH2S-P

LO

MIN.

24"x18"

18"-NAP-011002001-101CH2S-P

3638

40"-NAP-011018001-101CH2S-P

UC

2"

LPT

0191

UC

250 mm MIN.

24"x18" NOTE 1 24"x18"

18"-NAP-011002001-101CH2S-P

MIN.

NO POCKET

0011
25

10

TI

NOTE 2

250 mm MIN.

106CS1P
101CH2S
2"-CLD-011002301-101CH2S-P

CP

NOTE 2

NOTE 2

2"

2"

11

2"

011-SP-0153

011-SP-0152

MIN.

2"

2"
D

2"-CRU-011002003-106CS1P-P

011-SP-0151

MIN.

2"-CRU-011002004-106CS1P-P

MIN.

10

TW
0090

MIN.

TW

250 mm MIN.

2" CL300
11

DATE

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
POS.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

DESCRIPTION
FIRE WATER
SERVICE WATER
COOLING WATER
POTABLE WATER
DEMI WATER
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
HP STEAM
MP STEAM
LP STEAM
HP CONDENSATE
MP CONDENSATE
LP CONDENSATE
BFW
PLANT AIR
INSTRUMENT AIR
N.A.

REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
FLO

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER
FLUSHING OIL

COMPANY
STATUS

REVISION MEMO

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM
011-078

Project:

011-074

011-076
011-075
011-080
011-077

Item Tags : 011-E-0003-A/B/C/D

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE DISTILLATION UNIT TRAIN 1
CRUDE PREHEAT - CDU OVERHEAD
ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE
Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480004.pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480004
2271-011-PID-0021-002

REV:

05

Sheet: 1 of 1

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

41

41

011-E-0004-A / B
FRESH CRUDE/PREFLASH OVERHEAD EXCHANGERS

40

40

INSULATION (SHELL/TUBE): P / H
39

39

16"-CRU-011003002-106CS1P-H

NO POCKETS
38

38

MIN.
2"-CRU-011003002-106CS1P-P
HPT 2" V

37

2"-FLO-011003301-101CS1P-N
FLO

106CS1P
101CS1P

36

3/4" D
35

36

2253

HPT

35

2"-LFL-011003001-101CH2F-N

29

MIN.

5292

34

NOTE 4
2"
32

101CH2F
101CH2S
NC

MIN.
2"

31

2"

MIN.
2"-NAP-011003005-101CH2S-P

2"

TT
0012

3/4" D

MIN.
2"-NAP-011003006-101CH2S-P

LO

LO

LO

16"
011-SP-0156

CP

16"x12"

2"-CLD-011003313-101CH2S-P
NOTE 3

22

2"
CL300

21

TI
0014

2"-CLD-011003314-101CH2S-P

2"

24"x16"

MIN.

NOTE 1

0016

18

0016

MIN.
2"

17

MIN.

16
15

UC
2"-CRU-011003010-106CS1P-P

2"-CRU-011003011-106CS1P-P

2"-CLD-011003304-101CH2S-P

3/4"
V

3/4"

14
13

25

12

2692

LPT

11

LPT

MIN.

LO

LO

16"x12"

TI

12"-CRU-011002002-106CS1P-H
LO

LO

0017

MIN.

16"x12"
10

NOTE 1

TV
0016

TT

0017
10"-CRU-011003001-106CS1P-H
2"

2"-CLD-011003316-101CH2S-P

25
2689

25

MIN.

3/4"

10"
106CS1P
101CH2S

NOTE 3
2"-CLD-011003303-101CH2S-P

NC
2

MIN.
3/4"
3/4"-CRU-011003006-106CS1P-P
2"x3/4"

25

2691

16"-CRU-011002002-106CS1P-H

106CS1P
101CH2S

2"-CLD-011003305-101CH2S-P
PREFLASH OVERHEAD
TO DRUM 011-D-0003

25

DS011-TRJR-480023
2848

4843

GENERAL NOTES
1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011 (EX 011-TT-0001).
2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.
3- ALL LINES CONNECTED TO CLOSED DRAINS SYSTEMS SHALL BE GRAVITY FLOW DESIGNED.
4- DRAIN VALVE ON EQUIPMENT AND/OR PIPING SHALL BE INSTALLED FLANGE TO FLANGE OR AT MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE EQUIPMENT/PIPING TO BE DRAINED.

NOTES
2, DELETED.
1- SYMMETRICAL ARRANGEMENT.
3- CORROSION PROBE.
4- MAKE CONNECTION ON TOP OF PIPE.
5- H.V. @ 150 C SHELL AND TUBE SIDES.
6- DELETED.

SHELL/TUBE
SHELL/TUBE
IN/OUT IN/OUT

DES.PRESS. barg SHELL/TUBE


DES.TEMP. C
SHELL/TUBE
SURFACE m
DUTY
Gcal/h

011-E-0004-A / B
AES
3.50
24.90
132.70
85.20
107.40
97.00
5.00
50.00
175.00
130.00
1489.0
6.95

NOTE 5

This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

CRUDE
TO 011-E-00053639 5

CP

10776

PREFLASH OVERHEAD
FROM
COLUMN 011-C-0001
DS011-TRJR-480020
2847

2"
16"-CRU-011003002-106CS1P-H

MIN.

2"-CLD-011003301-101CH2S-P

10 MIN.

250mm MIN.

106CS1P
101CH2S

011-SP-0158
106CS1P
101CH2S

FC

2"-CRU-011003005-106CS1P-P
24"-NAP-011003001-101CH2S-P

MIN.

24"-NAP-011011001-101CH2S-P

MIN.

250mm MIN.

2"-CRU-011003015-106CS1P-P

2"
MIN.

2"-CRU-011003004-106CS1P-P

2"

MIN.

MIN.

10"
MIN.

MIN.

250mm MIN.

EXCHANGERS
TEMA TYPE
OP. PRESS. barg
OP. TEMP. C

10
9

MIN.

21

TC

2690

11

CL300

TI
0015

20

2"-NAP-011003003-101CH2S-P

25

2"

19

UC

12

NOTE 3

7690

TT

2"-CLD-011003302-101CH2S-P

23

CP
16"x12"

250mm MIN.

13

2"

MIN

14

011-SP-0157

LO

CL300

MIN.

15

24

16"

16"

16"-NAP-011003001-101CH2S-P

MIN.

16

2"-NAP-011003002-101CH2S-P

B2

A1

25

LPT

24"x16"

2"

250mm MIN.

12"-CRU-011002002-106CS1P-H

17

A2

22

2"

25
7693

MIN.

26

UC

19
18

MIN.

106CS1P
101CH2S

LO

20

16"

B1

25

UC
LPT

16"

27

MIN.

23

106CS1P
101CH2S

29

011-E-0004-B

16"x12"

2"
2"-CRU-011003014-106CS1P-P

10 MIN.

16"

B2

MIN.

HPT

MIN.

A2

2"

TI
0013

16"-NAP-011011001-101CH2S-P

250mm MIN.

A1

LO

TT
0013

28

2"

25
24

24"x16"
NOTE 1

LO

HPT

MIN.

2"-CRU-011003013-106CS1P-P

16"

B1

LO

MIN.

16"

26

CRUDE
3638FROM 011-E-0003

30

250mm MIN.

011-E-0004-A

16"x12"

24"x16"

32

16"x12"
NOTE 1

MIN.

16"-NAP-011011001-101CH2S-P
27

2254

MIN.

LPT
16"x12"

2"

28

33

FLO

31

12"-CRU-011003002-106CS1P-H

MIN.

TI
0012

29

101CH2F
101CH2S
NC

2"
LPT

MIN.

2"-FLO-011003302-101CS1P-N

MIN.

30

HPT

MIN.

33

34

2" V 2"-CRU-011003002-106CS1P-P
106CS1P
101CS1P

37

05

13-MAR-2013

AB

AB: AS BUILT

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

04

30-SEP-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

03

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

VSC / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

VKB / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

DFI / STG

RDP / MAC

JAL

00

11-DEC-09

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

MVF / FCB

RDP / MAC

JAL

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

REV

COMPANY
STATUS

DATE

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
POS.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

DESCRIPTION
FIRE WATER
SERVICE WATER
COOLING WATER
POTABLE WATER
DEMI WATER
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
HP STEAM
MP STEAM
LP STEAM
HP CONDENSATE
MP CONDENSATE
LP CONDENSATE
BFW
PLANT AIR
INSTRUMENT AIR
N.A.

REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
FLO

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER
FLUSHING OIL

REVISION MEMO

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


011-078

PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE DISTILLATION UNIT TRAIN 1

FRESH CRUDE - PREFLASH OVERHEAD EXCHANGERS

Project:

011-074
011-076
011-075
011-080
011-077

Item Tags :

011-E-0004-A/B

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE
Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480005 .pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480005
2271-011-PID-0021-003

REV: 05

Sheet: 1 of 2

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

41

41

40

40

011-E-0005
FRESH CRUDE / LVGO PA EXCHANGER

39

39

INSULATION (SHELL / TUBE): H / H

38

38

37

37

36

36

35

35

34

34

LO
LO

33

33

LPT

32

MIN.

32
31

31

MIN.

30

25
24

3/4"

20"x16"

2"-DIE-011003002-103CS1P-P

26

2"

25

LO

5294

12"x10"

2"

D
B2

A1

12"

103CS1P
101CH2S

12"x10"

2"-CLD-011003315-101CH2S-P

20"
20"x16"
16"-CRU-011003007-106CS1P-H

17

7717

2"

TT
0018

15

TI
0018

14

2"
MIN.

250 MIN.

UC

2"-CLD-011003309-101CH2S-P

13

LPT
2"-DIE-011003003-103CS1P-P

2"-CRU-011003012-106CS1P-P

106CS1P
101CH2S

12

2"

3/4" V
2"

11

HPT

MIN.

MIN. D
LO

2"-DIE-011003003-103CS1P-P

9
8
7

6375

103CS1P
101CH2S

250 MIN.

2"-CLD-011003312-101CH2S-P
MIN.

16"-CRU-011003002-106CS1P-H

10

TI
0179

LO

25

TT
0179

2"

2"

LO

CRUDE
3639 FROM 011-E-0004-A/B

16

25

2"-CRU-011003008-106CS1P-P

10

18

LPT

MIN. D

11

CRUDE
19
TO 011-E-00063640

2"-CRU-011003008-106CS1P-H

13
12

16"-CRU-011003003-106CS1P-H

MIN.

14

20

2"

MIN.

MIN.

15

21

250mm MIN.

NOTE 3

19

2"

2"-DIE-011003004-103CS1P-P
A2

011-E-0005
20

TT
0019
MIN.

12"

B1

16

23

MIN.

20"

17

24

22

21

18

TI
0019

25

22

27

3/4"

MIN.

26

28

106CS1P
101CH2S

MIN.

27

23

MIN.

29

UC

250mm MIN.

3/4"

2"-CLD-011003310-101CH2S-P

28

2"-CRU-011003003-106CS1P-P

16"-CRU-011003003-106CS1P-H

7718

2"-FLO-011003303-101CS1P-N
101CS1P
106CS1P

FLO

29

30

2"-CRU-011003009-106CS1P-P
2"

5
4

25
7719

10"-DIE-011003001-103CS1P-P

2"-CRU-011003016-106CS1P-P
MIN.

MIN.

2"
D

10"-DIE-011037003-103CS1P-H

106CS1P
101CH2S

2"-CLD-011003317-101CH2S-P

IN/OUT IN/OUT

NOTE 3

This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

04

30-SEP-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

03

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

VSC / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

15-DIC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MVF / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

LVGO PA

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

VKB / STG

RDP / MAC

JAL

25

00

11-DEC-2009

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

MRM / FCB

RDP / MAC

JAL

10777

DS011-TRJR-480097
2849

DS011-TRJR-480096
2850

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

1,2 DELETED.
3- H.V. @ 150C SHELL AND TUBE SIDE.
4- DELETED.

DES.PRESS. barg SHELL/TUBE


DES.TEMP. C
SHELL/TUBE
SURFACE m
DUTY
Gcal/h

AB: AS BUILT

FROM 011-G-0015

NOTES

SHELL/TUBE
SHELL/TUBE

AB

LVGO PA

1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011(EX 011-TT-0001).


2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.
3- ALL LINES CONNECTED TO CLOSED DRAIN SYSTEMS SHALL BE GRAVITY FLOW DESIGNED.
4- DRAIN VALVE ON EQUIPMENT AND/OR PIPING SHALL BE INSTALLED FLANGE TO FLANGE OR AT MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE EQUIPMENT/PIPING TO BE DRAINED.

011-E-0005
AES
12.00
22.30
141.00
91.60
117.20
100.00
38.50
50.00
190.00
135.00
667.0
5.00

13-MAR-2013

TO 011-A-0005

GENERAL NOTES

EXCHANGERS
TEMA TYPE
OP. PRESS. barg
OP. TEMP. C

05

REV

DATE

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
POS.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

DESCRIPTION
FIRE WATER
SERVICE WATER
COOLING WATER
POTABLE WATER
DEMI WATER
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
HP STEAM
MP STEAM
LP STEAM
HP CONDENSATE
MP CONDENSATE
LP CONDENSATE
BFW
PLANT AIR
INSTRUMENT AIR
N.A.

REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER

COMPANY
STATUS

REVISION MEMO

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

011-075
011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM
011-078

Project:

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE
DISTILLATION UNIT TRAIN 1

CRUDE PREHEAT - PREFLASH TOP AND LVGO PA

011-074
011-076
Item Tags :

011-075
011-080

011-E-0005

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE
Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480006 .pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480006
2271-011-PID-0021-003

REV: 05

Sheet: 2 of 2

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

41

41

011-E-0006
FRESH CRUDE/LAGO EXCHANGER

40

40

INSULATION (SHELL / TUBE): H / H


39

39

38

38

37

37

36

36

TI
0027

35

35

34

34

33

33

TT
0027

32

32

2"
31

31

16"-CRU-011004001-106CS1P-H

30

30

29

29

6"-DIE-011009001-103CS1P-H
28

28

27

27

20"x16"
26

8"x6"

20"
B1

25

26

8"

011-E-0006

A2
B2

A1

24

25

NOTE 4
24

8"

20"
23

23

20"x16"
22

8"x6"
22

MIN.
3/4"-DIE-011004002-103CS1P-H

LPT

21

21

16"-CRU-011004001-106CS1P-H
20

2"

LPT
16"-CRU-011003003-106CS1P-H

TT
0026

TI
0026

19

MIN.

CRUDE
19
3640FROM 011-E-0005

CRUDE
TO 011-E-0007 A/B/C/D 3641 20

18

18

3/4"
17

17

3/4"
MIN.

12

15

MIN.

11

2"
D

6
5

12
11
10
9

103CS1P
101CH2S

2"-CLD-011004307-101CH2S-P

106CS1P
101CH2S

250 mm MIN.

2"-CLD-011004310-101CH2S-P

13

2"x3/4"

10
9

14

MIN.

13

16

4
3

8
7

250 mm MIN.

14

3/4"-DIE-011004002-103CS1P-P

15

MIN.

2"-CRU-011004006-106CS1P-P

16

6
5
4
3

25
5301

6"-DIE-011004001-103CS1P-H

5299

6"-DIE-011009001-103CS1P-H

25
1

AB: AS BUILT

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

NPS / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

JGT / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

LAGO

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

DFI / STG

RDP / MAC

JAL

TO 011-E-0024

FROM 011-E-0011

00

11-DEC-2009

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

JGT / JLM

RDP /MAC

JAL

DS011-TRJR-480110
2851

DS011-TRJR-480017
2852

REV

DATE

COMPANY
STATUS

LAGO

GENERAL NOTES
1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011(EX 011-TT-0001).
2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.
3- ALL LINES CONNECTED TO CLOSED DRAINS SYSTEMS SHALL BE GRAVITY FLOW DESIGNED.
4- DRAIN VALVE ON EQUIPMENT AND/OR PIPING SHALL BE INSTALLED FLANGE TO FLANGE OR AT MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE EQUIPMENT/PIPING TO BE DRAINED.

NOTES
1,2,3, DELETED.
4- H.V. @ 150C SHELL AND TUBE SIDE.

EXCHANGERS
TEMA TYPE
OP. PRESS. barg
OP. TEMP. C

SHELL/TUBE
SHELL/TUBE
IN/OUT IN/OUT

DES.PRESS. barg SHELL/TUBE


DES.TEMP. C
SHELL/TUBE
SURFACE m
DUTY
Gcal/h

011-E-0006
AES
12.30
21.20
171.00
97.00
109.00
104.00
38.50
50.00
205.00
140.00
635.0
4.25

NOTE 4

This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

05

13-MAR-2013

AB

04

30-SEP-2011

03

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
POS.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

DESCRIPTION
FIRE WATER
SERVICE WATER
COOLING WATER
POTABLE WATER
DEMI WATER
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
HP STEAM
MP STEAM
LP STEAM
HP CONDENSATE
MP CONDENSATE
LP CONDENSATE
BFW
PLANT AIR
INSTRUMENT AIR
N.A.

REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER

REVISION MEMO

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM
011-078

Project:

011-074

011-076
Item Tags :

011-075
011-080

011-E-0006

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE DISTILLATION UNIT TRAIN 1
CRUDE PREHEAT - LAGO
ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE
Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480007 .pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480007
2271-011-PID-0021-004

REV: 05

Sheet: 1 of 2

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

41

41

011-E-0007-A / B / C / D
FRESH CRUDE/KERO PA EXCHANGERS

40

INSULATION: SHELL / TUBE: H / H


TRIM: CRU-011004601-106CS1P
TRIM: JET-011004601-103CS1P

39
38

40
39

12"-CRU-011004002-106CS1P-H
TW
0020

2"

38

12"-JET-011026001-101CS1P-H

37

37

14"x12"
14"

36

12"
A3

B2
35

CL300

36

011-E-0007-A

B3

A2

35

34

34

12"
CL300

0269

30

A4

011-E-0007-B
B4
12"
CL300

A1

14"

28

LPT

TT
PDV
0449

CL300

FO
CL300

16"x12"

16"x12"

19

16"-JET-011004001-101CS1P-H

LPT

MIN

106CS1P
101CH2S

18

A2

MIN.
D

MIN.

101CS1P
101CH2S
2"-CLD-011004304-101CH2S-P
250mm MIN.

2"
D

25

106CS1P
101CH2S

12

2"-CLD-011004305-101CH2S-P

101CS1P
101CH2S

2524

250 mm MIN.

13

2"-CLD-011004306-101CH2S-P

18

6062

17

2"
B1

16

0272

A1
14"

15

011-E-0007-D

A4

14

B4
12"
CL300

14"x12"

13

CL300

TW
0023

12

12"-JET-011004001-101CS1P-H

12"-CRU-011004001-106CS1P-H

2525

10

PIPING

INST.

3/4"
FC
0003

TC
0024

TV
0024

11
10
9
8
7

FT

10"x6"

INST.
PIPING 1/2"

FV
0003
+

16"x10"

10"

1/2"

TT
0024

16"x10"

CL300

FO
2

6"

10"x6"

10"-JET-011004002-101CS1P-H

FC
CL300

MIN

3/4"

3/4"

2"
3

10"x4"

MIN.

MIN

10 MIN.

0003

4"

10"x4"

KEROSENE PA

16"-JET-011004001-101CS1P-H

14"x8"

8"

14"x8"

2"-CLD-011004302-101CH2S-P
KEROSENE PA

MIN.

2"-CLD-011004301-101CH2S-P

TO 011-C-0002

25

25

DS011-TRJR-480043
2870

250mm MIN.

101CS1P
101CH2S

250mm MIN.

101CS1P
101CH2S

2"x3/4"
MIN.

D
2"x3/4"

4882

2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.
3- ALL LINES CONNECTED TO CLOSED DRAINS SYSTEMS SHALL BE GRAVITY FLOW DESIGNED.
4- DRAIN VALVE ON EQUIPMENT AND / OR PIPING SHALL BE INSTALLED FLANGE TO FLANGE OR AT MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE EQUIPMENT / PIPING TO BE
DRAINED.

NOTES
2- DELETED.
1- SYMMETRICAL ARRANGEMENT.
3- H.V. @ 150C SHELL AND TUBE SIDE.

SHELL/TUBE
SHELL/TUBE
IN/OUT IN/OUT

DES.PRESS. barg SHELL/TUBE


DES.TEMP. C
SHELL/TUBE
SURFACE m
DUTY
Gcal/h

NOTE 3

This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

13-MAR-2013

AB

AB: AS BUILT

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

04

30-SEP-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

03

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

VSC / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MVF / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

RDP / MAC

JAL

00

11-DEC-2009

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

JGT / STG

RDP / MAC

JAL

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

REV

1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011(EX 011-TT-0001).

011-E-0007-A - D
AES
7.80
20.20
171.30
104.00
122.30
131.70
38.50
50.00
200.00
165.00
2714.0
17.04

05

7845

GENERAL NOTES

EXCHANGERS
TEMA TYPE
OP. PRESS. barg
OP. TEMP. C

3/4"

3/4"
3/4"-JET-011004003-101CS1P-P

DS011-TRJR-480063
2877

MIN.
3/4"-JET-011004004-101CS1P-P

MIN.

FROM 011-G-0008 A/B

NC
1

19

TW

25

2601

25

12"
CL300

14"
CL600

5315

25

20

25

2"-CLD-011004309-101CH2S-P

250mm MIN.

MIN.

14

2"
MIN.

2"-CRU-011004004-106CS1P-P

101CS1P
101CH2S

B3

2"

250mm MIN.

17

2"-JET-011004005-101CS1P-P

21

2"-CLD-011004311-101CH2S-P
TW
0271

22

011-E-0007-C

2"

LPT

16

CL300
12"
A3

NOTE 1
16"x12"

2"x3/4"
B2

2"

23

16"-JET-011026001-101CS1P-H

NOTE 1

3/4"-JET-011004007-101CS1P-P

12"-JET-011026001-101CS1P-H

14"

MIN.

MIN.
MIN.

16"-CRU-011004001-106CS1P-H
CRUDE
20 3641FROM 011-E-0006

24

14"x12"

16"x12"

16"x12"

25

16"x10"

3/4"

2"-JET-011004006-101CS1P-P

21

16"x12"

MIN.

2"-CRU-011004003-106CS1P-P

26

MIN.

0021

22

27
16"-CRU-011004002-106CS1P-H CRUDE
TO 011-E-00083642

12"-CRU-011004002-106CS1P-H

2"

TW

23

2"
10 MIN.

3/4"
10"

28

16"x12"
NOTE 1

NOTE 1

TW
0022

16"x10"

MIN.

24

10" 16"x10"

16"x10"

12"-JET-011004001-101CS1P-H

25

3/4"

INST
PIPING

29

0025

250mm MIN.

MIN.

2"
CL300

LPT

30

2"

16"x12"

31

PDC
0449

12"-CRU-011004001-106CS1P-H

26

TT

32

TI
0025

0244

14"x12"

27

11

TW
0270

3/4"

B1

29

15

2"

2"

TW

31

UC

TI
0244

33

MIN.

14"
CL600

32

PDT
0449

2"-JET-011004008-101CS1P-P

33

DATE

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
POS.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

DESCRIPTION
FIRE WATER
SERVICE WATER
COOLING WATER
POTABLE WATER
DEMI WATER
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
HP STEAM
MP STEAM
LP STEAM
HP CONDENSATE
MP CONDENSATE
LP CONDENSATE
HPW
PLANT AIR
INSTRUMENT AIR
N.A.

REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
H.P. NITROGEN
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER

COMPANY
STATUS

REVISION MEMO

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM
011-078

Project:

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING

CRUDE
DISTILLATION UNIT TRAIN 1
CRUDE PREHEAT - KERO PA

011-074
011-076
Item Tags :

011-075
011-080

011-E-0007 A/B/C/D

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE
Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480008.pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480008
2271-011-PID-0021-004

REV:

05

Sheet: 2 of 2

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

41

41

011-E-0008
FRESH CRUDE / KERO EXCHANGER

40

40

INSULATION (SHELL/TUBE): H/H


39

39

38

38

37

37

36

36

35

16"-CRU-011005001-106CS1P-H

34

CRUDE
TO 011-E-0009-A/B 3643

35
34
33

33

20"x16"
32

011-E-0008

20"
B2

31
30

32

NOTE 3

8"
A1

31

B1

A2
20"

30

8"

29

29

20"x16"
28

16"-CRU-011004002-106CS1P-H

CRUDE

27

3642FROM 011-E-0007 A/B/C/D

MIN.

27

28

LPT

26

26
25

25

TI
0028

2"-CRU-011005013-106CS1P-P

24
23
22
21
20

TT
0028

24

2"
23
22
21
20

LPT

2"
D

19

2"-JET-011005002-103CS1P-H

MIN.

19

MIN.

18

18

106CS1P
101CH2S

15
14
13

17

2"-JET-011005002-103CS1P-P

16

250 mm MIN.

2"-CLD-011005307-101CH2S-P

17

16
15
14
13

2"
D

25
11

12

MIN.

12
5305

2"
103CS1P
101CH2S

9
8
7
6

TI
0207

11
10
9

250 mm MIN.

2"-CLD-011005308-101CH2S-P

10

TT
0207

8
7
6

25
5308

3
2

8"-JET-011005001-103CS1P-H

8"-JET-011022006-103CS1P-H

KEROSENE

KEROSENE

TO 011-E-0001

FROM 011-G-0009

DS011-TRJR-480003
2704

DS011-TRJR-480053
2888

05

13-MAR-2013

AB

AB: AS BUILT

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

04

30-SEP-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

03

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MVF / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MVF / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

DFI / STG

RDP / MAC

JAL

00

11-DEC-2009

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

MVF / FCB

RDP / MAC

JAL

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

APPR/AUTH BY

REV

GENERAL NOTES
1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011(EX 011-TT-0001).
2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.
3- ALL LINES CONNECTED TO CLOSED DRAINS SYSTEMS SHALL BE GRAVITY FLOW DESIGNED.
4- DRAIN VALVE ON EQUIPMENT AND/OR PIPING SHALL BE INSTALLED FLANGE TO FLANGE OR AT MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE EQUIPMENT/PIPING TO BE DRAINED.

NOTES
1,2, DELETED.
3- H.V @ 150C.

EXCHANGERS
TEMA TYPE
OP. PRESS. barg
OP. TEMP. C

SHELL/TUBE
SHELL/TUBE
IN/OUT IN/OUT

DES.PRESS. barg SHELL/TUBE


DES.TEMP. C
SHELL/TUBE
SURFACE m
DUTY
Gcal/h

011-E-0008
AES
11.80
17.40
213.60
131.70
145.00
140.50
38.50
50.00
255.00
170.00
710.5
5.74

NOTE 3

This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

DATE

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
POS.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

DESCRIPTION
FIRE WATER
SERVICE WATER
COOLING WATER
POTABLE WATER
DEMI WATER
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
HP STEAM
MP STEAM
LP STEAM
HP CONDENSATE
MP CONDENSATE
LP CONDENSATE
BFW
PLANT AIR
INSTRUMENT AIR
N.A.

REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER

COMPANY
STATUS

REVISION MEMO

REF. DWG

011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


011-078

PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM


Project:

011-074

011-076
011-075
011-080

Item Tags :

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE DISTILLATION UNIT TRAIN 1
CRUDE PREHEAT - KERO

011-E-0008 ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480009.pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480009
2271-011-PID-0021-005

REV:

05

Sheet: 1 of 3

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

41

NOTE 9
NOTES 11, 12

011-E-0009-A / B
FRESH CRUDE/HAGO EXCHANGERS

ZC
0397

8"-LFL-011005301-101CH2F-N

29

NO POCKETS

6060

37

BY-PASS POSITIONER
3/4"

36

CRUDE
3643FROM 011-E-0008

MIN.

TT
0045

33

2"-FLO-011005301-101CS1P-N

2"-CRU-011005002-106CS1P-P

101CS1P
106CS1P

2205

31

MIN.
D

3/4"

30

LPT

18"x12"

MIN.

12"-CRU-011005002-106CS1P-H

29

2"

2"

10 MIN.

FLO

32

TT
0031

NOTE 6
FB
LO
NOTE 6
FB
LO

OPEN

CLOSED

ZHA

ZYC

ZLO

ZLC

0085

0085

0085

0085

ZHS
0085

40

18"-CRU-011005002-106CS1P-H
NOTE 8

38

IA

ZY
0085

ZLS
0085 O

ATM

ZLS
0085 C

PDT
0005

INST.
PIPING

3/4"

3/4"
3/4"

PDC
0005

INST.
PIPING

34

TI
0273

3/4"

3/4"

2"

3/4"

3/4"

PDV
0005
+

3/4"

16"

18"x16"

18"-CRU-011005002-106CS1P-H
FC
TSO

DETAIL "A"

36
35

3/4" D

37

NOTE 8

INST.
PIPING

18"x16"
31

FO
NOTE 8

30

12"-CRU-011005002-106CS1P-H

SIGNAL
011-LDC-0089

MIN.

CL600

14"
14"x12"

2"

CL600

LPT

6"

6"-HFO-011009001-103CL2P-H

250 mm MIN.
25
7750

3/4"
NOTE 2

6"-HFO-011005001-103CS1P-H

2" CL600

250 mm MIN.

6"-BRN-011005002-106CS1P-H

MIN.
250mm MIN.

25

21

4901

MIN.

FI
0146

1"

NC

20
19
18

NOTE 7

17

25

16

7751

15
14
13

TI

25

0174

7752

12
11
10

25

25

2527

2599

STOP PUMPS
G-0013 A/B
CLOSE ZV-0080

6"-HFO-011005001-103CS1P-H

HH

ZC

TI

0420

TT

0388

2"-CLD-011005302-101CH2S-P
25
2526

NC

DETAIL "A"
011-E-0009-A / B
AES
12.40
16.60
294.00
139.70
160.30
153.80
38.50
50.00
325.00
185.00
787.0
9.10

1" 2mm

REMOVABLE
ELBOW
3"

NOTE 10

FLOW

60

This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

1"

6"x4"

SIGNAL
TO 011-TV-0031

DS011-TRJR-480017

DS011-TRJR-480107
2923

DS011-TRJR-480013
2925

4" 6"x4"

4
3

DESALTER BRINE
DS011-TRJR-480107
2924

13-MAR-2013

AB

AB: AS BUILT

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

04

30-SEP-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

03

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

VSC / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MV / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

VSC / STG

RDP / MAC

JAL

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

NPS / STG

RDP / MAC

JAL

FROM 011-X-0003

00

11-DEC-09

IFD

DS011-TRJR-480017
2910

DS011-TRJR-480125
2922

REV

DATE

COMPANY
STATUS

1, 5, DELETED.
2- SYMETRICAL ARRANGEMENT.
3- DESIGNED FOR 50% OF THROUGHPUT FOR MAINTENANCE.
4- MAKE CONNECTION ON TOP OF PIPE.
6- BLOCK VALVE SHALL BE INSTALLED WITH STEM IN OR BELOW THE HORIZONTAL POSITION.
8- SUPPLY BY DESALTER PACKAGE VENDOR AS LOOSE ITEMS.
9- LOCAL EMERGENCY SWITCH BEHIND FIREWALL OR IN SAFE LOCATION.
11- SET PRESSURE READJUSTED BASED ON ELEVATION FROM TOP TL OF E-0009 TO TZV ELEVATION DIFFERENCE SHOULD NOT BE HIGHER THAN 13.9m
12- SPARE TZV TO BE IN WAREHOUSE TO SUPPLY BY SATORP. REFER TO OPERATING MANUAL FOR MAINTENANCE PROCEDURE.
13- DELETED.

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

DESCRIPTION
FIRE WATER
SERVICE WATER
COOLING WATER
POTABLE WATER
DEMI WATER
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
HP STEAM
MP STEAM
LP STEAM
HP CONDENSATE
MP CONDENSATE
LP CONDENSATE
BFW
PLANT AIR
INSTRUMENT AIR
N.A.

REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
FLO

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER
FLUSHING OIL

05

FROM 011-E-0012A/B

POS.

TO 011-E-0032

TO 011-E-0002

REVISION MEMO

6
5

NC

DS011-TRJR-480003
2795

10- HALF VACUUM@150C (SHELL AND TUBE SIDE).


X

DESALTER BRINE
6274
FROM 011-D-0001

6"-BRN-011006001-103CS4P-P

DEMULSIFIER

7- VALVE TO BE OPEN ONLY IN CASE OF 011-D-0001 IS OUT OF SERVICE AND THE FOUR (4) BLOCK VALVES SHALL BE CLOSED.
103SC1P
103CS1P

4" 6"x4"
FC

HAGO

NOTES

VIEW FROM X

1"

FROM 011-E-0032

4"-HFO-011009001-103CL2P-H
NOTE 3

1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011(EX 011-TT-0001).


2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.
3- ALL LINES CONNECTED TO CLOSED DRAINS SYSTEMS SHALL BE GRAVITY FLOW DESIGNED.
4- DRAIN VALVE ON EQUIPMENT AND/OR PIPING SHALL BE INSTALLED FLANGE TO FLANGE OR AT MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE EQUIPMENT/PIPING TO BE DRAINED.

60

LDV
0089
6"x4"

HAGO

1"

6"-BRN-011006001-103CS4P-P

2ND STAGE DESALTER


WATER
FROM 011-G-0024

DESALTING WATER

3644

GENERAL NOTES

=33.4mm ext.

6"-BRN-011007002-106CS2P-H

250 mm MIN.
UC

2600

106CS1P
101CH2S

106CS2P
103CS4P

CRUDE
TO 011-D-0001 3897 8

2"-CLD-011005306-101CH2S-P

25

0388

INJECTION QUILL

6"-PRW-011042002-106CS2P-H

MIN.

MIN.

MIN.
MIN.

2"

4"-HFO-011005001-103CS1P-H

2"

103CL2P
101CH2S

1"-CHP-011053002-106SC1P-N

0030

2"-CLD-011005305-101CH2S-P

TT

2"-HFO-011005009-103CL2P-P

6"-HFO-011009001-103CL2P-H

2"-CLD-011005301-101CH2S-P

2"

2"-HFO-011005007-103CL2P-P

103CS1P
103CL2P

0030

250 mm MIN.

250 mm MIN.

106CS1P
101CH2S

103CL2P
101CH2S

TI

LC

2"
D

3/4"

MIN.

5
4

250 mm MIN.

MIN.

D
2"-HFO-011005006-103CL2P-P

2"-CRU-011005005-106CS1P-P

2"
MIN.

LPT

MIN.
10 MIN.

MIN.

2"-CRU-011005004-106CS1P-P

IN/OUT IN/OUT

NOTE 2

22

LPT

MIN.

DES.PRESS. barg SHELL/TUBE


DES.TEMP. C
SHELL/TUBE
SURFACE m
DUTY
Gcal/h

23

2"

2"

SHELL/TUBE
SHELL/TUBE

24

2"

EXCHANGERS
TEMA TYPE
OP. PRESS. barg
OP. TEMP. C

106CS1P
101CH2S

6"-HFO-011005005-103CL2P-H 2"-CLD-011005311-101CH2S-P

106CS1P
101CH2S

2"

103CL2P
101CH2S

14"x12"

UC

26
25

2"-CLD-011006301-101CH2S-P

250 mm MIN.

B1
CL600

2204

3/4"

A1

14"

2"x3/4"

3/4"

MIN.
3/4"

16"x12"
12"-CRU-011005001-106CS1P-H

3/4"-HFO-011005011-103CL2P-P

CL600

A2

NOTE 10

2"-CRU-011005015-106CS1P-P

NOTE 2

MIN.

011-E-0009-B

103CL2P
101CH2S
2"-CLD-011005312-101CH2S-P

10
9

B2

MIN.
3/4"
D

6"

LPT

MIN.

16"x12"

2"

TI
0171

MIN.

10 MIN.

0029
11

2"-HFO-011005008-103CL2P-P
V
3/4"

6"-HFO-011005004-103CL2P-H

V
3/4"

13

12"-CRU-011005001-106CS1P-H

6"
UC

14"

27

3/4"

NOTE 7

B1

A2

HPT

FLO

2"-CLD-011005310-101CH2S-P

14

A1

LPT

MIN.

TI
0029

NOTE 10

CL600

103CL2P
103CS1P

MIN.

16

6"

2" V

V
2"
14"x12"

3/4"

MIN.

17

2"-CRU-011005014-106CS1P-P

B2

011-E-0009-A

3/4" D

103CS1P
103CL2P

14"

18

MIN.

2"-HFO-011009001-103CL2P-P

HPT

LPT

14"x12"

UC

2218

MIN

3/4"-CRU-011006005-106CS1P-P

NOTE 7

TT
0499

103CL2P
101CS1P

2" CL600

FLO

2"x3/4"

3/4"

2"

HPT

2"

2"-FLO-011005303-101CS1P-N

HPT

19

TT

101CS1P
106CS1P

2"-HFO-011009001-103CL2P-P

20

12

MIN.

29

6275

28

106CS1P
106CS2P

2"-FLO-011005304-101CS1P-N

7749

MIN.

V
2"

2"-CRU-011005017-106CS1P-P

MIN.

TT
0498

103CL2P
101CS1P

21

25

MIN.

22

2" CL600

TI
0499

2"-CLD-011005309-101CH2S-P

MIN.

23

LPT

106CS1P
101CH2S

3/4"-HFO-011005010-103CL2P-P

24

3/4" D

MIN.

16"-CRU-011005001-106CS1P-H

0498

3/4"

MIN.

TI
25

MIN.

MIN.

26

2203

2"-CRU-011005002-106CS1P-P

2"-FLO-011005302-101CS1P-N
NOTE 13

250 mm MIN. MIN.

27

15

FLO

2"-CRU-011005016-106CS1P-P
2"

33
32

18"x16" 16" 18"x16"


28

CRUDE
39
TO OUTLET 6496
011-D-0001

0200

ZYV
0085

ZV
0085

18"x12"
NOTE 2

ZC
0323

DE

MIN.

34

TC
0031

6"-CRU-011005011-106CS1P-H

TI
0045

35

0085 L

PDT

6"x4"
H

0085

CL600

LO
FB

NOTE 4

ZHSR
0085

8"x6"

NOTE 6

0.2%

38

RESET

TZV
0013

3/4"

ES ZHXS

MIN.

INSULATION (SHELL/TUBE): H/H


39

ES ZHXS

18"-CRU-011005002-106CS1P-H

40

4"L6"
48.79

41

PDI
0200

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM
011-078

Project:

011-074

011-076
011-075
011-080
011-077

Item Tags : 011-E-0009-A/B

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE DISTILLATION UNIT TRAIN 1
CRUDE PREHEAT - HAGO
ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE
Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480010 .pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480010
2271-011-PID-0021-005

REV: 05

Sheet: 2 of 2

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

011-D-0001
DESALTER

41

NOTE 25

1"x3/4"

39

LC
3/4"-OLW-011006307-101CS1P-N

3/4" D

XL

XL

IT

IT

IT

D0001 L

0041 L

0042 L

0043 L

0041 L

0042 L

0043 L

0323

0398

0379

FB

ZC
0379

0379

LO
NOTE 4

1"x3/4"

3/4"-CLD-011006311-103CH2S-H

CLOSED
ZV-0110

3/4"X3/4"
0.40
PAH
0354

TZV
0090

PAHH

LALL

ZC

ZC

0328

0142

0318

0319

25
SIGNAL
6275
TO LDV-0089

PSH
0354

TI
0375

PSHH
0328

LSLL
0142

LG
0141

3/4"-CRU-011006013-103CS2P-H

011-SP-0190

21
20

POWER UNIT
011-XFR-41-01
NOTE 22

TRJR

POWER UNIT

2oo3

HH

ZC

PI

0379

0373
LL

HH

LDI

LI

0090

PY

0113
LL

NOTE 7
LDT GWR

0089

0090

0373

LL

3/4"

NOTE 7
LDT GWR

OIL

NOTE 7
LT GWR

0113

NOTE 7
PT
0373 A

NOTE 7
PT
0373 B

NOTE 7

2"

2"

PAH

INST.
PIPING

TZV
0091

0355

3/4"

PAHH

LALL

0329

0145

TI
0376

PSHH
0329

N11B

4"

N13

4"

N14

N16

2"
N12A

2"
N12B

2"
N12C

LSLL
0145

POWER UNIT
011-XFR-41-02
NOTE 22

18"
N2

VENDOR

3/4"

MIN.

TRJR
VENDOR

ID

2"

N15A
PIPING
INST.

NOTE 13

IA

6 6274TO 011-E-0032

DE

ZC

ZLS
0110 C

ATM

ZLS
0110 O

ZY
0110

ZHS
0110

0318

ES

ZHSR
0087

N10C
3"

RESET

ZC
0397
ES

ZC
0313

N1
18"

ZHXS
0087 L
NOTE 2

1"x3/4"

MIN.

NOTE 24
N10D
3"

NOTE 23
N9B

2"

NOTE 23
N9E
N6B
N10E NOTE 24 N7E
3"
2"
4"
CL300

N7D

2"
CL300

2"-BRN-011007011-106CS2P-H

ZHA
0110

NOTE 24

ZHXS
0087

2"-BRN-011007011-106CS2P-H

ZYC
0110

MIN.

ZLO
0110

3"-CLD-011006309-103CS4P-P

ZYV
0110

DESALTER BRINE

ZLC
0110

NOTE 24 N7C
2"
CL300

OPEN POSITIONER BY-PASS

6"-BRN-011006001-103CS4P-P

CLOSED

N7B
N6A
N3A N10B
N10A
3"
2"
4"
6"
3"
CL300

NOTE 6

NOTE 6

NOTE 11

3"-CLD-011006309-103CS4P-P

3"-BRN-011006302-103CS4P-H

NC

NOTE 24

2"

NOTE 23
N9D

2"

N15B

1"-CLD-011006310-103CS4P-P

N7A
2"
CL300

UC

CRUDE
3897FROM
011-E-0009 A/B

NOTE 24

4"-CLD-011006309-103CS4P-P

3"

2"

NOTE 11

NOTE 6

18"-CRU-011006008-103CS1P-H

N8A

VENDOR
TRJR

3"-CLD-011006309-103CS4P-P

D 1"

NOTE 6

2"-BRN-011007011-106CS2P-H

101CS1P
103CS4P

NOTE 21

NOTE 6

3"-CLD-011006309-103CS4P-P

NOTE 12
INST. PIPING

2"-BRN-011007011-106CS2P-H

0149

4"-CLD-011006309-103CS4P-P

NOTE 12

13

2"-BRN-011007011-106CS2P-H

GLASS

NOTE 23
N9A

NOTE 23
N9C

LG

3"-CLD-011006309-103CS4P-P

M1

6077

6" V

TI
0377

PAHH

LALL

0330

0148

PSHH
0330

LSLL
0148

V
3/4"

4"

103CS1P
101CH2F

NOTE 19
1"-CLD-011006307-103CH2S-P
MIN.

16"
N4

3/4"
TRJR

2"x1"

1"-CLD-011006303-103CH2S-H

2"x1"
103CH2S
101CH2S

2"x1"
24"
ID

M2

2"x1"

2"x1"
N8B

N10F NOTE 24
3"

1"x3/4"

011-SC-0009

4902

3"-BRN-011006301-103CS4P-H

SC

NC

TYPE 7
NOTES 17,27

1"x3/4"

17

14
13

SC
TYPE 7
NOTES 17,27

12
11

11

UC
3/4"-CLD-011006304-103CS1P-H

18

3"-LPS-011006301-101CS1P-H
NOTE 21

2"

N7F
2"
CL300

SC

1"

3"

NOTE 16

011-SC-0061

TRJR

19

011-SC-0015

6371

VENDOR

20

15

25

2"x1"
NOTE 16

N3B
6"

24

16

2"-CLD-011006308-101CH2S-P

NOTE 16

2"

25

22

NOTE 16

2"

26

23

NOTE 16

2"

28

21

POWER UNIT
011-XFR-41-03
NOTE 22

TRJR

29

27

LG
0147

N5C

ZV
0110

FB
LC
NOTE 4

NOTE 3

FB
LO
NOTE 4

NOTE 5

NC 3/4"

3/4"

3/4"

10"

6"
N11A

24"

10

0356

101CH2F
103CS1P
FB
LO
NOTE 4

16"x8"

6061

4"

NOTE 28

VENDOR

011-D-0001

11

TZV
0092

3/4"
24"x10"

103CS1P
101CH2F

NOTE 5
29

PZV
0002

3/4"

30

0.2%

3/4"

29
6069

24"-LFL-011006302-101CH2F-N

8"T10"
15.09

NOTE 14

16

11

PAH

PSH
0356

N5B

17

14

NOTE 19

3/4"-CRU-011006014-103CS1P-P

15

011-SP-0015

3/4"X3/4"
0.40

LG
0144

3/4"-CRU-011006013-103CS2P-H

10"
4"

VENDOR

2"

NC

TZV
0082
+

3/4"X3/4"
0.40

16"x8"

1"

011-SP-0014

PSH
0355

101CH2F
103CS1P

PT
0373 C

NOTE 19

2"
N5A

18

TZV
0081
+

1"x1/2"

10"

19

0089

1"

1/2"D1"
0.50

3/4"-CRU-011006012-103CS1P-P

23

LDC

PI
0373 D

32

0.2 %

24"-LFL-011006301-101CH2F-N
011-SP-0020

2"-BRN-011007011-106CS2P-H

EI
0043

ZC
0397

1/2"D1"
0.50

2198

3"-FLO-011006301-101CS1P-N
31

3/4"

103CS1P
103CS1P

EI
0042

CLOSED
ZV-0111

ZC
0397

3/4"

V NOTE 4
LO
FB

3/4"
24"x10"

16"-CRU-011006003-103CS1P-H

1"

FLO

D 3/4"

3/4"-CLD-011006311-103CH2S-H

ZC
0398

EI
0041

STOP PUMPS
G-0001/G-0002

STOP
G-0021-A/B
011-SP-0013

STOP PUMPS
G-0001/G-0002

33

1"-CLD-011006307-103CH2S-P

VENDOR
TRJR

3"-LPS-011006304-101CS1P-H

0379

1/2"-CLD-011006307-103CH2S-P

1/2"D1"
0.50

34

8"T10"
15.09
+

3/4"-CRU-011006011-103CS1P-H

ET
0043 L

TZV
0080

26

12

NOTE 28

PZV
0001

011-SP-0192

ET
0042 L

22

0313

NOTE 5

103CS2P
103CH2S

ET
0041 L

27

24

0319

V 3/4"

3"-CRU-011006006-103CS2P-H

1"-CLD-011006307-103CH2S-P

29
28

ZC

ZC

3"-CLD-011006309-103CS4P-P

II
0043 L

ZC

ZC

6288

3/4"-CRU-011006013-103CS2P-H

II
0042 L

ZC

STOP
POWER UNIT

103CH2S
103CS2P

II
0041 L

ZC

1/2"-CLD-011006307-103CH2S-P

EI
0043 L

ZC

MIN.

MHSX
D0001 L

EI
0042 L

CLOSE
ZV-0111

29

STOP
POWER UNIT

0.2%

30

OFF

EI
0041 L

ZC
0379

0.2%

HPT

MCC

TYP. 3

35

MIN.

10
9
8

18"-CRU-011006002-106CS2P-H

XL

STOP CLOSE CLOSE STOP STOP


G-0024 ZV-0087 ZV-0085 G-0021 POWER UNIT

3/4"-LFL-011006303-101CH2F-N

31

STOP
POWER UNIT

MHSR

32

3/4"-CRU-011006013-103CS2P-H

3/4"-CLD-011006311-103CH2S-H

ON

NOTE 15

103CS2P
103CH2S

33

MXA
0001 L

MD
0001

3/4"-OLW-011006307-101CS1P-N

011-LP-D-0001

36

18"-CRU-011006002-106CS2P-H

MIN.

35
34

MIN.

2"
18"-CRU-011006006-103CS2P-H

3/4"-CRU-011006007-103CS1P-P

0043

37

3/4"-CRU-011006010-103CS1P-P

0042

3/4"-CRU-011006013-103CS2P-H

MIN.

0041

NOTE 15

250 mm MIN.

II

103CS2P
101CS1P

II

38

OLW

103CS4P
101CS1P

II

TT
0274

3/4"-CLD-011006311-103CH2S-H

3/4"-OLW-011006307-101CS1P-N

37

TI
0274

103CS2P
106CS2P

NOTE 8
3/4" D

36

1"x3/4"

16"-CRU-011006001-106CS2P-H

LC

38

40

1"x3/4"

3500 mm

CRUDE 18"-CRU-011005002-106CS1P-H
6496
FROM 011-E-0009-A/B
18"x16"

INSULATION: H
TRIM: CRU-011006601-103CS1P
NOTE 7

106CS2P

6"-BRN-011006001-103CS4P-P

39

106CS1P

1"-OLW-011006307-101CS1P-N

011-SP-0191

40

41

1"-OLW-011006307-101CS1P-N

3/4"-CLD-011006305-103CS1P-P

TYPE 7
NOTES 17,27

4"x3"

7
6
5
4
3

6"-BRN-011006001-103CS4P-P

ZHSR
0110

IA
DE

ES

RESET

ZHS
0087

ZY
0087

ZLS
0087 O

ZLS
0087 C

ATM
ZV
0087
+

OLW

103CS4P
101CH2S

4"-CLD-011006302-101CH2S-P

MUD WASH WATER

FC
TSO

DS011-TRJR-480015

FROM 011-G-0024-A/B

MIN.

6894

25
2826

2"x1"
NOTE 26
103CH2S
101CH2S

2"-CLD-011006306-101CH2S-P
OLW

DS011-TRJR-480013
2926

011-D-0001
HORIZONTAL
25000.0
3658.0
13.50
145.00
16.00
178.00

NOTE 10

This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

GENERAL NOTES

POS.
DESCRIPTION
1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011 (EX 011-TT-0001).
2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.
1
FIRE WATER
3- ALL LINES CONNECTED TO CLOSED DRAINS SYSTEMS SHALL BE GRAVITY FLOW DESIGNED.
2
SERVICE WATER
4- DRAIN VALVE ON EQUIPMENT AND/OR PIPING SHALL BE INSTALLED FLANGE TO FLANGE OR AT MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE EQUIPMENT/PIPING TO BE DRAINED.
3
COOLING WATER
NOTES
4
POTABLE WATER
1, 9, 20, 29 DELETED
2- LOCAL EMERGENCY SWITCH BEHIND FIREWALL OR IN SAFE LOCATION.
5
DEMI WATER
3- MECHANICAL LINK.
6
N.A.
4- GATE VALVE SHAL BE INSTALLED WITH STEM IN OR BELOW THE HORIZONTAL POSITION.
7
N.A.
5- MAKE CONNECTION ON TOP OF LINE.
6- MUD WASH INTERNAL HEADERS. SIX (6) HEADERS WITH SPRAY NOZZLES. EACH HEADER IS DESIGNED WITH TWO (2) SUBHEADER OF 1-1/2" SCH. XXS. PIPE, 4100 mm 8
N.A.
LENGHT. TOTAL NO SPRAY NOZZLES: 120.
9
HP STEAM
7- SUPPLY BY DESALTER PACKAGE VENDOR AS LOOSE ITEMS.
10 MP STEAM
8- PROCEDURE FOR TURNING SPACER TO BE DEVELOPED TO FORBID THE SIMULTANEOUS BYPASS OF THE TWO DESALTERS IN SERIE AND THUS TO AVOID OVER
11 LP STEAM
PRESSURE IN G-0002 SUCTION PIPING.
10- OP. TEMP. C: 140 - 150.
12 HP CONDENSATE
11- EFFLUENT WATER OUTLET HEADER (TWO INDEPENDENT SUBHEADERS OF 4" SH 160 CS PIPE AND LENGHT 12200 mm.
13 MP CONDENSATE
12- INTERFACE DRAW-OFF HEADER (TWO INTERNAL SUBHEADERS EACH ONE WITH TWO ADDITIONAL SUBHEADERS 3" SH. XXS CS. PIPE 12200 mm LENGHT.
14 LP CONDENSATE
13- CRUDE INLET HEADER (TWO INTERNAL SUBHEADERS OF 10" SH. 80 PIPE).
14- CRUDE OUTLET TRAY.
15 BFW
15- CONTINUOUS VENT (WTHOUT POCKETS).
16 PLANT AIR
16- VALVES GATE AND BALL FOR SAMPLING SYSTEM ARE SUPPLIED BY DESALTER VENDOR AS LOOSE ITEMS.
17 INSTRUMENT AIR
17- FOR SAMPLING DETAIL REFER TO VENDOR PID N. SA-JER-DS011-DSAR-210033. THE SAMPLE COOLERS ARE SUPPLIED BY DESALTER VENDOR.
18- DELETED.
18 N.A.

06

13-MAR-2013

AB

AB: AS BUILT

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

05

06-OCT-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

JMV / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

04

30-SEP-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

03

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

JCP / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

ARV / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

ARV / FBL

RDP / MAC

JAL

00

11-DEC-2009

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

ARV / STG

RDP / MAC

JAL

REV

DATE

COMPANY
STATUS

25
2827

19- TZV ( INTERNAL IN POWERUNIT) AND DEPRESSURIZATION DRAIN LINES, TO OLW CLOSED SYSTEM.
21- MAXIMUM STEAM OUT TEMPERATURE NOT TO EXCEED 170 C, TO PROJECT PTFE INTERNAL FROM DAMAGE.
22- POWER UNIT: 100 KVA, SEE INSTRUMENT VENDOR DRAWING SA-JER-DS011-DSAR-480002.
23- 2 INCH TRYCOCK NOZZLE.
24- SAND BLOWDOWN NOZZLE.
25- BYPASS USED WHEN ONLY 2ND STAGE (011-D-0002) IS IN OPERATION, AND 1ST STAGE (011-D-0001) IS OUT SERVICE.
26- BLIND IS TURN AT OPEN POSITION DUE TO FRECUENCY OF SAMPLING MONITORING.
27- FOR FURTHER INFORMATION SEE SAMPLE DETAILS DIAGRAM: SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480274.
28- SET PRESSURE OF PZV-0001/0002 HAVE BEEN READJUSTED BASED ON A DISTANCE FROM UPPER TL OF 011-D-0001 TO PZV. THIS DIFFERENCE OF ELEVATION
SHOULD NOT BE HIGHER THAN 12.8 METER.

mm
mm
barg
C
barg
C

MIN

18"-CRU-011005002-106CS1P-H

SIGNAL
TO 011-HS-0007

DRUM
TYPE
HEIGHT
DIAMETER
OP. PRESS.
OP. TEMP.
DES.PRESS.
DES.TEMP.

1"

MIN.

1"-OLW-011006306-101CS1P-N

101CS1P
103CH2S

ZLC
0087

DS011-TRJR-480013
3899

MIN

250mm MIN.

011-SC-0017 SC
TYPE 7
NOTE 27

ZLO
0087

101CS1P
103CS4P

ZHXS
0110

1"-BRN-011006004-103CS4P-P

ZYC
0087

2"-BRN-011007011-106CS2P-H

3/4"-OLW-011006301-101CS1P-N

0110 L NOTE 2

ZHA
0087

ZYV
0087

CLOSED

MIN.

ES

OPEN

106CS1P
103CS1P

ZHXS

TO 011-D-0002

BY-PASS POSITIONER

CRUDE

4"-CLD-011006309-103CS4P-P

MIN.

250mm MIN.

FC
TSO

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
FLO

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER
FLUSHING OIL

REVISION MEMO

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM
011-078

Project:

011-074

011-076
011-075
011-080
011-077

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE DISTILLATION UNIT TRAIN 1
DESALTER FIRST STAGE

Item Tags : 011-D-0001

ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE

Syst./ S-Syst.:

Discipline: PRO

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480011
2271-011-PID-0021-006

Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480011.pid
REV:

06

Sheet: 1 of 1

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

011-D-0002
DESALTER

TO LDV-00923957

TRIM: CRU-011007601-103CS1P NOTE 7


1"-OLW-011007305-101CS1P-N

MD
0002

1"-OLW-011007305-101CS1P-N

ZC
0380

MCC

TYP. 3

TT
0276

39

1"x3/4"

1"x3/4"

NOTE 25
LC

3/4"-OLW-011007305-101CS1P-N

3/4"-CRU-011007015-103CS1P-H
HPT

103CS1P
103CH2S

STOP
POWER
UNIT

ZC

ZC

ZC

0390

0398

0314

0323

3/4"

FB

1"x3/4"

LI
0114
LL

PSHH

LSLL

LG

0357

0378

0344

0152

0151

NOTE 7
LDT GWR

0092

0093

OIL

LT

NOTE 7
GWR

0114

NOTE 7

PT

PT

PT

0450 A

0450 B

0450 C

6"

4"

N11B

4"

N13

VENDOR

4"

N14

N16

2"

2"

2"

2"
N12A

2"
N12B

2"
N12C

NOTE 14

3/4"

INST.
PIPING

LALL
0155

TZV
0094
+

PSH

TI

PSHH

LSLL

LG

0358

0379

0345

0155

0154

POWER UNIT
011-XFR-41-05
NOTE 22

011-D-0002

TRJR
VENDOR

103CS1P
103CH2S

2"

XL

MHSR

0053 L

0052 L

0051 L

0053 L

0052 L

0051 L

D0002 L

EI
0053 L

EI
0052 L

EI
0051 L

II
0053 L

II
0052 L

II
0051 L

ET
0053 L

ET
0052 L

ET
0051 L

MHSX
D0002 L

EI
0052

OPEN

CLOSED BY-PASS POSITIONER

ZLO
0088

ZLC
0088

ZHA
0088

ZYC
0088

IA
DE

ZLS
0088 O

ZLS
0088 C

ZHS
0088

ZY
0088

ATM

CL300

NOTE 19

MIN.

NOTE 23

EI
0051

NOTE 23

NOTE 23

2"

24
23

MIN.

2"

2"

2"

2"

103CH2S
101CH2S

2"x1"

2"-CLD-011007313-101CH2S-P
M2
ID

2"x1"

24"

18
17

2"x1"
VENDOR

TRJR
1" D

2"x1"

3"
N8B

011-SC-0016

0319
ES
ES
NOTE 2
ZHXS
ZHXS
ZHSR
ZYV
0111 L
0111
0111
0111
POSITIONER BY-PASS CLOSED OPEN
+

ZYC

ZHA

ZLC

ZLO

0111

0111

0111

0111

ATM
ZY

ZHS

ZLS

ZLS

0111

0111

0111 C

0111 O

TYPE 7
NOTE 17
3"-LPS-011007301-101CS1P-H

3/4"-CLD-011007306-103CS1P-H

SC

NC
3/4"-CLD-011007314-103CS1P-P

4911

13

3"-BRN-011007301-103CS4P-H

12

011-SC-0010

11

TYPE 7
NOTES 17,27

10
9

3/4"-CLD-011007311-103CH2S-H
8

3/4"-CRU-011007010-103CS1P-P
TI
0275

FC
TSO

DESALTER BRINE
TO 011-G-0024 A/B 3968

5
6498
CRUDE
FROM PDV-0006
MUD WASH WATER
FROM 011-G-00243963
A/B

3/4"-CRU-011007018-103CS1P-P

SC

101CS1P
103CS4P

MIN

103CS4P
101CH2S

4"-CLD-011007302-101CH2S-P

TYPE 7
NOTES 17, 27

DS011-TRJR-480015
2954

MIN
2"x1"
NOTE 26
103CH2S
101CH2S
2"-CLD-011007308-101CH2S-P
OLW

06

13-MAR-2013

AB

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

05

06-OCT-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

JGT / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

04

30-SEP-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

03

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

VSC / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

ARV / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

ARV / FBL

RDP / MAC

JAL

00

11-DEC-2009

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

ARV / STG

RDP / MAC

JAL

REV

DATE

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
REF. DWG POS.

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
FLO

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER
FLUSHING OIL

AB: AS BUILT

2818

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

TO 011-G-0002-A/B

25

GENERAL NOTES

CRUDE

2817

POS.
DESCRIPTION
1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011 (EX 011-TT-0001).
2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.
1
FIRE WATER
3- ALL LINES CONNECTED TO CLOSED DRAINS SYSTEMS SHALL BE GRAVITY FLOW DESIGNED.
2
SERVICE WATER
4- DRAIN VALVE ON EQUIPMENT AND/OR PIPING SHALL BE INSTALLED FLANGE TO FLANGE OR AT MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE EQUIPMENT/PIPING TO BE DRAINED.
3
COOLING WATER
NOTES
4
POTABLE WATER
1, 9, 18,20,29 DELETED.
5
DEMI WATER
2- LOCAL EMERGENCY SWITCH BEHIND FIREWALL OR IN SAFE LOCATION.
3- MECHANICAL LINK.
6
N.A.
4- GATE VALVE SHAL BE INSTALLED WITH STEM IN OR BELOW THE HORIZONTAL POSITION.
7
N.A.
5- MAKE CONNECTION ON TOP OF LINE.
8
N.A.
6- MUD WASH INTERNAL HEADERS. SIX (6) HEADERS WITH SPRAY NOZZLES. EACH HEADER IS DESIGNED WITH TWO (2) SUBHEADER OF 1-1/2" SCH. XXS. PIPE, 4100 mm
LENGHT. TOTAL NO SPRAY NOZZLES: 120.
9
HP STEAM
7- SUPPLY BY DESALTER PACKAGE VENDOR AS LOOSE ITEMS.
10 MP STEAM
8- PROCEDURE FOR TURNING SPACER TO BE DEVELOPED TO FORBID THE SIMULTANEOUS BYPASS OF THE TWO DESALTERS IN SERIE AND THUS TO AVOID OVER
11 LP STEAM
PRESSURE IN G-0002 SUCTION PIPING.
12 HP CONDENSATE
10- OP. TEMP. C: 140 - 150.
11- EFFLUENT WATER OUTLET HEADER (TWO INDEPENDENT SUBHEADERS OF 4" SH 160 CS PIPE AND LENGHT 12200 mm.
13 MP CONDENSATE
12- INTERFACE DRAW-OFF HEADER (TWO INTERNAL SUBHEADERS EACH ONE WITH TWO ADDITIONAL SUBHEADERS 3" SH. XXS CS. PIPE 12200 mm LENGHT.
14 LP CONDENSATE
13- CRUDE INLET HEADER (TWO INTERNAL SUBHEADERS OF 10" SH. 80 PIPE).
15 BFW
14- CRUDE OUTLET TRAY.
15- CONTINUOUS VENT (WTHOUT POCKETS).
16 PLANT AIR
16- VALVES GATE AND BALL FOR SAMPLING SYSTEM ARE SUPPLIED BY DESALTER VENDOR AS LOOSE ITEMS.
17 INSTRUMENT AIR
17- FOR SAMPLING DETAIL REFER TO VENDOR PID N. SA-JER-DS011-DSAR-210033. THE SAMPLE COOLERS ARE SUPPLIED BY DESALTER VENDOR.
18 N.A.

2"

2"-BRN-011007012-106CS2P-H

1"

14

11

NOTE 21

2"

15

NOTE 27

8"-BRN-011007001-106CS2P-H

3/4"-CRU-011007017-103CS2P-H

16

SC

UC

ZC

19

25

RESET

ZV
0111

21

6392

N7F
2"

DE

22

2"x1"

TRJR

2"x1"

25

This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

26

18"-CRU-011006002-106CS2P-H

OLW

mm
mm
barg
C
barg
C

103CS1P
101CH2F

20

NOTE 16

4"-CLD-011007309-103CS4P-P

011-D-0002
HORIZONTAL
25000.0
3658.0
12.00
145.00
16.00
NOTE 10
178.00

4"

1"-CLD-011007305-103CH2S-H

TRJR

NOTE 16

011-SC-0062

19- TZV ( INTERNAL IN POWERUNIT) AND DEPRESSURIZATION DRAIN LINES, TO CLD CLOSED SYSTEM.
21- MAXIMUM STEAM OUT TEMPERATURE NOT TO EXCEED 170 C, TO PROJECT PTFE INTERNAL FROM DAMAGE.
22- POWER UNIT: 100 KVA, SEE INSTRUMENT VENDOR DRAWING SA-JER-DS011-DSAR-480004.
23- 2 INCH TRYCOCK NOZZLE.
24- SAND BLOWDOWN NOZZLE.
25- BYPASS USED WHEN ONLY 1ST STAGE (011-D-0001) IS IN OPERATION, AND 2ND STAGE (011-D-0002) IS OUT SERVICE.
26- BLIND IS TURN AT OPEN POSITION DUE TO FRECUENCY OF SAMPLING MONITORING.
27- FOR FURTHER INFORMATION SEE SAMPLE DETAILS DIAGRAM: SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480274.
28- SET PRESSURE OF PZV-0001/0002 HAVE BEEN READJUSTED BASED ON A DISTANCE FROM UPPER TL OF 011-D-0002 TO PZV. THIS DIFFERENCE OF ELEVATION
SHOULD NOT BE HIGHER THAN 12.8 METER.

28
27

3/4"

NOTE 16

IA

MIN.

29

3/4"

103CS2P FC
106CS2P TSO

1"-OLW-011007302-101CS1P-N

DRUM
TYPE
HEIGHT
DIAMETER
OP. PRESS.
OP. TEMP.
DES.PRESS.
DES.TEMP.

FB
LC
NOTE 4

3/4"

1"-CLD-011007312-103CH2S-P

NOTE 16

8"x6"

ZV
0088

MIN.

NOTE 23

0319

4"x3"
EI
0053

0088

0088 L NOTE 2

2"
CL300

OFF

VENDOR
TRJR

16"
N4

N3B N10F NOTE 24


6"
3"
ZC

N10E NOTE 24 N7E


N6B
3"
2" 4"

3/4"

3/4"

NOTE 16

MIN.

ZHXS

NOTE 23

250mm MIN.

ZHXS

N7D

NC

30

MIN.

XL

0397

16"x8"

NOTE 5

3/4"-CLD-011007311-103CH2S-H

250mm MIN.

XL

ES

0314

NOTE 24
N10D
3"

101CH2F
103CS1P

FB
LO
NOTE 4

NOTE 28

6362

4"

25

10"
N5C

N9E

NOTE 11

3/4"
24"x10"

103CS1P
101CH2F

31

3/4"-CRU-011007005-103CS1P-H
POWER UNIT
011-XFR-41-06
NOTE 22

103CS4P
106CS2P

IT

0157

N15B

3"-CLD-011007309-103CS4P-P

IT

0158

N9D

NOTE 6

6"-BRN-011007013-103CS4P-P

IT

0088

ES

ZC

2"

4"-CLD-011007309-103CS4P-P

ON

ZHSR

ZC

NOTE 12

2"-BRN-011007012-106CS2P-H

N1
18"

18"-CRU-011007019-103CS2P-H

MXA
D0002 L

3"-CLD-011007309-103CS4P-P

011-LP-D-0002

NOTE 24 N7C N10C


2"
3"

2"-BRN-011007012-106CS2P-H

0051

10
9

NC

CL300

3"-CLD-011007309-103CS4P-P

0052

II

6"-BRN-011007013-103CS4P-P

0053

II

NOTE 24

RESET

4"-CLD-011007309-103CS4P-P

II

N10B
3"

3500 mm

3"-BRN-011007302-103CS4P-H

NOTE 24 N7B
N6A N3A
2"
4"
6"
CL300

0346

N9C

3"-CLD-011007309-103CS4P-P

2"

N10A
3"

0380

N9B

2"-BRN-011007012-106CS2P-H

N7A
2"
CL300

0359

N9A

NOTE 6

3"-CLD-011007309-103CS4P-P

UC

12
11

1"

NOTE 24

2"-BRN-011007012-106CS2P-H

3"-LPS-011007303-101CS1P-H

NOTE 11

2"-BRN-011007012-106CS2P-H

6401

3"

3"-CLD-011007309-103CS4P-P

NOTE 21

N8A

VENDOR
TRJR

1"-CLD-011007310-103CS4P-P

101CS1P
103CS4P
11

NOTE 6

1"x3/4"

NOTE 12

LG
0159 GLASS
INST. PIPING
NOTE 6

LG

VENDOR

INST. PIPING

NOTE 6

LSLL

3/4"

NOTE 13

16
15

PSHH

6"
N11A

N15A

18
17

3/4"

32

NOTE 5
29

PZV
0004

VENDOR

19

M1
ID

TI

29
6361

0.2%

LO NOTE 3
FB
NOTE 4

PSH

33

0.2 %

24"-LFL-011007301-101CH2F-N

8"T10"
15.09

3/4"

3/4"-CRU-011007020-103CS1P-P

20

24"

LALL
0158

NOTE 19

10"
N5B

PAHH
0346

TZV
0095

6" V
18"
N2

PAH
0359

101CS1P
103CH2S

10"
N5A

NOTE 7

NOTE 19
1"x1/2"

22

NOTE 7

PAHH
0345

3/4"X3/4"
0.40

3/4"-OLW-011007301-101CS1P-N

23

POWER UNIT
011-XFR-41-04
NOTE 22

NOTE 7
LDT GWR

3/4"X3/4"
0.40

PAH
0358

3/4"

103CS2P
103CS1P

24

3/4"

3/4"

011-SP-0018

1"x3/4"

TI

103CH2S
103CS1P

0.2%
PY

011-SP-0017

1"

TZV
0085

1"x3/4"

PSH

011-SP-0193

25

TRJR

LL

0450

26

21

HH

PI
0450

0380

34

24"-LFL-011007302-101CH2F-N

16"-CRU-011007012-103CS1P-H

LL

2oo3

1"

TZV
0084

1/2"-CLD-011007312-103CH2S-P

PI
0450 D

ZC
0380

2"-BRN-011007012-106CS2P-H

LDI
0093

ZC
0397

ZC

011-SP-0195

LDC
0092

ZC
0397

35

2199

011-SP-0021

16"x8"

STOP
POWER UNIT

1/2"D1"
0.50

3/4"-CRU-011007015-103CS1P-H

TZV
0093

LALL
0152

ZC
0380

1/2"-CLD-011007312-103CH2S-P

PAHH
0344

MIN.

HH

PAH
0357

ZC
0398

V NOTE 4
LO
FB

NOTE 28

POWER UNIT

1/2"D1"
0.50

3/4"
24"x10"

3/4"-CLD-011007311-103CH2S-H
1"-CLD-011007312-103CH2S-P

MIN.

27

3/4"X3/4"
0.40

ZC
0319

STOP
G-0001/G-0002

3/4"-LFL-011007303-101CH2F-N

28

1"

CLOSE CRU
STOP PUMPS

POWER UNIT

103CS1P

29

011-SP-0016

STOP
G-0021-A/B

101CH2F

TZV
0083

3/4"-CRU-011007015-103CS1P-H

30

CLOSE
ZV-0111

3/4"-CLD-011007311-103CH2S-H

31

PZV
0003
STOP

ZC
0380

D 3/4"

NOTE 5

LO

1/2"D1"
0.50

8"T10"
15.09

6387

STOP
POWER UNIT

32

FLO

29

3/4"-CRU-011007015-103CS1P-H

33

ZC

0.2%

NOTE 4

36

3"-FLO-011007301-101CS1P-N

MIN.

STOP
CLOSE CLOSE
G-0021-A/B ZV-0088 ZV-0085

35

37

250 mm MIN.

OLW

NOTE 15

103CS1P
101CS1P

NOTE 15

39

CRUDE
6497
FROM PDV-0006
38
UPSTREAM

24"-CRU-011007002-103CS1P-H
NO POCKETS

3"-CRU-011007002-103CS1P-H

MIN.

3/4"-OLW-011007305-101CS1P-N

103CS4P
101CS1P

36

34

24"x18"

3/4"-CRU-011007015-103CS1P-H

NOTE 15

16"-CRU-011007006-106CS2P-H
NO POCKETS

D 3/4" D 3/4"

2"

1"x3/4"

18"-CRU-011007002-103CS1P-H

3/4"-OLW-011007305-101CS1P-N

011-SP-0194

37

13

40

NOTE 8

LC

38

14

TI
0276

MIN.

40

41

SIGNAL

103CS1P
106CS2P

41

COMPANY
STATUS

REVISION MEMO

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

011-075
011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM
011-078

Project:

011-074

011-076
Item Tags :

011-075
011-080
011-077

011-D-0002

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE DISTILLATION UNIT TRAIN 1
DESALTER SECOND STAGE
ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE
Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480012 .pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480012
2271-011-PID-0021-007

REV: 06

Sheet: 1 of 2

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

41

41

SIGNAL
3957FROM LDC-0092

40

40

39

39
6497

38

CRUDE
TO 011-D-0002
OUTLET

16"-CRU-011007006-106CS2P-H
38

2"-BRN-011007011-106CS2P-H

37

37

NC

36

36

PDI
0201

34

16"-CRU-011007006-106CS2P-H

PDT
0201
NOTE 8
PDT
0006

30

3/4"

PDV
0006
+

16"
18"x16"

26

18"x16"

MIN.

16"

PIPING
INST.

MIN

UC

3/4"

NOTE 1

1"

NC

LPT

8"-BRN-011007001-106CS2P-H

MIN.

18"-CRU-011006002-106CS2P-H

PI
0289

NOTE 4
3/4" 3/4"

INST.
PIPING

3/4"

PI
0303

MIN.

PIPING INST.

6"-BRN-011007005-106CS2P-H

PI
0296

NOTE 4
3/4" 3/4"

PI
0302

INST.
PIPING 3/4"

6"x3"

MIN.
MIN.

NOTE 3
8"x6"

ZC
0319

011-G-0024-A
3/4"

3/4"

NOTES 7,10

WATER

1-1/2"

TO OLW

3/4"

17
16
15
14
13
12
11

011-G-0024-B
3/4"

10

3/4"

NOTES 7,10

3/4"

TO OLW
DS011-TRJR-480250
10779

TYP. 3

MUD WASH WATER

DESALTING WATER

DEMULSIFIER

FROM 011-E-0032

FROM 011-X-0003

FROM 011-D-0001

TO 011-D-0001

DS011-TRJR-480107
2942

DS011-TRJR-480125
2938

DS011-TRJR-480011
3899

DS011-TRJR-480011
2926

2824

011-G-0024-A / B
DESALTER RECIRCULATION PUMPS
INSULATION: H

1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011 (EX 011-TT-0001).


2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.
3- ALL LINES CONNECTED TO CLOSED DRAINS SYSTEMS SHALL BE GRAVITY FLOW DESIGNED.
4- DRAIN VALVE ON EQUIPMENT AND/OR PIPING SHALL BE INSTALLED FLANGE TO FLANGE OR AT MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE EQUIPMENT/PIPING TO
BE DRAINED.

NOTES

=33.4mm
ext.
REMOVABLE
ELBOW

FLOW

60

5 DELETED.
1- FLANGE FOR POSSIBLE PUMP ISOLATION BY BLIND FLANGE.
2- DISMOUNTABLE PIPING FOR POSIBLE CLEAN-OUT BY STEAM INJECTION.
3- PROVIDE A STRAIGHT LENGTH OF PIPE OF AT LEAST 5 TIMES THE SUCTION NOZZLE DIAMETER IMMEDIATELY UPSTREAM OF THE NOZZLE.
4- CHECK VALVE SHALL BE INSTALLED HORIZONTALLY.

DETAIL "A"

VIEW FROM X 2mm

This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

106SC1P
106CS2P

MIN.

25

6- BYPASS SHALL BE ONLY USED WHEN THE 2ND STAGE (011-D-0002) DESALTER IS IN OPERATION, IN THIS CASE THE PUMP 011-G-0024A/B AND 011-D-0001 ARE OUT
OF SERVICE.
7- SELF VENTING TYPE PUMP.
8- SUPPLY BY DESALTER PACKAGE VENDOR AS LOOSE ITEMS.
9- FOR FURTHER INFORMATION SEE SAMPLE DETAILS DIAGRAM : SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480274.
10- FOR FURTHER INFORMATION SEE PUMPS AUXILIARY DETAILS DIAGRAM : SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480250.

05

13-MAR-2013

AB

04

30-SEP-2011

03

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

DESCRIPTION
FIRE WATER
SERVICE WATER
COOLING WATER
POTABLE WATER
DEMI WATER
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
HP STEAM
MP STEAM
LP STEAM
HP CONDENSATE
MP CONDENSATE
LP CONDENSATE
BFW
PLANT AIR
INSTRUMENT AIR
N.A.

REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER

2
1

AB: AS BUILT

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

VSC / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

VKB / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

VSC / FBL

RDP / MAC

JAL

00

11-DEC-09

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

JGT / FCB

RDP / MAC

JAL

REV

DATE

COMPANY
STATUS

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
POS.

DS011-TRJR-480010
2925

OLW

2823

1ST STAGE DESALTER


WATER
TO 011-D-0001

2"-CLD-011007303-101CH2S-P
25

OLW

GENERAL NOTES

QUILL INJECTOR

106CS2P
101CH2S

MG
0024 B

250 mm MIN.

106CS2P
101CH2S

2"-CLD-011007304-101CH2S-P

2"-BRN-011007011-106CS2P-H

1"-CHP-011053003-106SC1P-N

6"-PRW-011042006-106CS2P-H

18"-CRU-011006002-106CS2P-H
CRUDE

0319

TYP. 3

2
1

ZC
2"x1-1/2"

250 mm MIN.

MG
0024 A

2"-BRN-011007012-106CS2P-H

NOTE 2

MCC

106CS2P
101CS1P

0319
2"x1-1/2"

CRUDE
TO 011-D-0002

m/h
barg
bar
barg
C
kg/m

3/4"-OLW-011007304-101CS1P-N

MIN.

ZC

MIN.

MCC

WATER

NOTE 2 3/4"-OLW-011007303-101CS1P-N

19

1-1/2"-BRN-011007007-106CS2P-P

8"-BRN-011007001-106CS2P-H

011-G-0024-A / B
CENTRIFUGAL
88.0
17.50
5.29
50.00
140.00
926.0

20

6"x3"

NOTE 3
8"x6"

3968FROM 011-D-0002

PUMPS
TYPE
THROUGHPUT
DISCH. PRESS.
DIFF. PRESS.
DES. PRESS.
OP. TEMP.
DENSITY AT COND.

23

3/4"

3/4"

1"

24

6"x3"

18

MIN.

MUD WASH WATER


3963 TO 011-D-0002

3"

25

22

DS011-TRJR-480250
10778

6498

3/4" D

PIPING INST.

1-1/2"-BRN-011007006-106CS2P-P

6"x3"

LPT

1/2"

3/4" D

NOTE 1

D
FI
0147

250mm MIN.

106CS2P
101CH2S

1-1/2"

DESALTER BRINE

26

STOP PUMP

3/4"

27

3" 6"x3"

LL

14

28

21

25

10

1/2"

4904

11

1/2"

3/4"

2"-CLD-011007301-101CH2S-P

12

1/2"

2"x3/4"

16

13

1/2"

NC

UC

15

1/2"

FT
0142 B

3/4"

17

1/2"

29

6"x3"

106CS2P
106SC1P

19
18

1/2"

3/4"-BRN-011007009-106CS2P-H
TYPE 7
NOTE 9
SC
011-SC-0018
LDV
DV
0092

FI
0142 B

MIN.

20

INST.
PIPING

8"-BRN-011007004-106CS2P-H

FC

3/4"-CRU-011007004-106CS2P-P
MIN
3/4"

21

30

6"-BRN-011007002-106CS2P-H

18"x16"

22

31

INST.

DETAIL "A"

24
23

PIPING

0142 A

18"x16"

FO
NOTE 8

25

FT

INST.
3/4" PIPING

3/4" 3/4"

32

106CS2P
101CS1P

3/4"

3/4"

FI
0142 A

1-1/2"-BRN-011007007-106CS2P-P

3/4"

INST.
PIPING

D 3/4"

MIN.

27

3/4"

INST.
PIPING

33

MIN

INST.
PIPING

28

PDC
0006

6"-CRU-011006002-106CS2P-H

29

FI
0177

1/2"

MIN.

31

NOTE 6

8"-BRN-011007004-106CS2P-H

32

FT
0177

6"-BRN-011007008-106CS2P-H

NOTE 8

33

1-1/2"-BRN-011007006-106CS2P-P

34

35

1/2"

6"-BRN-011007002-106CS2P-H

35

REVISION MEMO

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM
011-078

Project:

011-074

011-076
Item Tags :

011-075
011-080

011-G-0024-A/B

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE DISTILLATION UNIT TRAIN 1
DESALTER RECIRCULATION PUMPS
ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE
Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480013 .pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480013
2271-011-PID-0021-007

REV: 05

Sheet: 2 of 2

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

41

41

40

40

39

39

38

38

FC
37

0061 A

37

FV
0061

36

36

8"

10"x8"

10"-CRU-011008002-103CS1P-H

FO
NOTE 10

34

35

10"x8"

MIN.

35

34

3/4"
33

31

MIN.

32

33

3/4"
D

3/4"-CRU-011008021-103CS1P-P
2"x3/4"

32

PI
0010

103CS1P
101CH2S

250mm MIN.

30

2"-CLD-011008309-101CH2S-P

29

25

28

0061 A
1/2"

10 MIN.
24"-CRU-011007002-103CS1P-H

24"x20"

21
20

PIPING

24"x20"

INST.

19

1/2"

16"-CRU-011008013-103CS1P-H

0446

2"

CRUDE
TO 011-E-0010-A/B

26
3978

25

TT

22

27

16"-CRU-011008001-103CS1P-H

24
23

INST.
PIPING

TI
0446

25

29
28

3/4"
26

30

INST.
PIPING

6988

1/2"

PT
0010

FT

27

31

1/2"

24

PIPING
INST.

23

FT
0061 B

STOP PUMPS
FI
0061 B

22

ZC
0397

21

LL

20
19

PI
0325

2"-CRU-011008012-103CS1P-P

18

101CS1P
103CS1P

15

2"-FLO-011008302-101CS1P-N

2200

MIN.

2206

FLO

2"

MIN.

FLO

16

2"-FLO-011008301-101CS1P-N

UC

3/4" D

LPT

MIN.

17

NOTE 3

17

MIN.

101CS1P
103CS1P

MIN.

2"-CRU-011008011-103CS1P-P

3/4"

MIN.

3/4"

18

2"

UC

LPT

16

NOTE 3

MIN.

15

MIN.

14

14

NOTE 2

13

13

PDT
0122
3/4"

3/4"

011-G-0002-A

INST.
PIPING
NOTE 1
20"x16"

NOTES 8,9
16"

HS

MIN.

3/4"

3/4"

3/4"

CRUDE
FROM 011-D-0002
DS011-TRJR-480012
2954

3/4"

0009

12"
3/4"

PI

2"

8
7
6
5
4

2"-CRU-011008009-103CS1P-P
MIN.

MCC

PY

MIN.
NOTE 4

ZC
0397
ZC
0370

0%-50%
MG
0002 A

SIGNAL

16"x12"

INST.

16"

2"-CRU-011008008-103CS1P-P

SPLIT RANGE
0007

NOTES 8,9
NOTE 1
20"x16"

PIPING

MIN

TYP. 3

50%-100%

3/4"

SIGNAL

SIGNAL

ZC
0322

103CS1P
101CH2S

SIGNAL
TO FY-0006

FROM 011-PY-0373

TO 011-HS-0009B

25

DS011-TRJR-480002

DS011-TRJR-480019

DS011-TRJR-480011

DS011-TRJR-480019

2805

3633

3972

6894

7672

NOTE 4

TYP. 3

MCC

ZC
0397
ZC
0370

MG
OLW

0002 B

011-G-0002-A / B
DESALTED CRUDE PUMPS

2"-CLD-011008303-101CH2S-P

TO PV-0007

3/4"-OLW-011008301-101CS1P-N

103CS1P
101CS1P

3/4"

011-G-0002-B

INST.
PIPING

2"

PC
0007

NOTE 7

0008

16"x12"

MIN.

24"-CRU-011007002-103CS1P-H

PI

2"

3/4"

12"

MIN

0007

INST.

10

MIN.

PIPING

PDT
0127

11

103CS1P
101CH2S

ZC
0322

3/4"-OLW-011008302-101CS1P-N

OLW

2"-CLD-011008304-101CH2S-P
25

INSULATION: H

05

13-MAR-2013

AB

AB: AS BUILT

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

04

30-SEP-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

03

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

JMV / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

JMV / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

VKB / STG

RDP / MAC

JAL

00

11-DEC-09

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

NPS / FCB

RDP / MAC

JAL

2812

REV

GENERAL NOTES
1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011(EX 011-TT-0001).
2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.
3- ALL LINES CONNECTED TO CLOSED DRAINS SYSTEMS SHALL BE GRAVITY FLOW DESIGNED.
4- DRAIN VALVE ON EQUIPMENT AND/OR PIPING SHALL BE INSTALLED FLANGE TO FLANGE OR AT MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE EQUIPMENT/PIPING TO BE DRAINED.

NOTES

PUMPS
TYPE
THROUGHPUT
DISCH. PRESS.
DIFF. PRESS.
DES. PRESS.
OP. TEMP.
DENSITY AT COND.

m/h
barg
bar
barg
C
kg/m

011-G-0002-A / B
CENTRIFUGAL
1635.0
33.90
21.59
42.70
145.00
800.0

This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

5, DELETED.
1- PROVIDE A STRAIGTH LENGTH OF PIPE AT LEAST 5 TIMES THE SUCTION NOZZLE DIAMETER IMMEDIATELY UPSTREAM OF THE NOZZLE.
2- CHECK VALVE SHALL BE INSTALLED HORIZONTALY.
3- FLANGE FOR POSSIBLE PUMP ISOLATION BY BLIND FLANGE.
4- DISMOUNTABLE PIPING FOR POSSIBLE CLEAN-OUT BY STEAM INJECTION.
6- LOCATED CLOSER TO DESALTER OUTLET.
7- TIE-IN ANTI-FOULING AGENT.
8- SELF VENTING TYPE PUMP.
9- FOR FURTHER INFORMATION SEE PUMPS AUXILIARY DETAILS DIAGRAM: SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480245.
10- PROVIDE WITH MECHANICAL TRAVEL STOP AT 110% NORMAL CV.
11- DELETED.

103CS1P
101CS1P

3/4"

250 mm MIN.

0007

3/4"

2"-CRU-011008009-103CS1P-P

0007

0122

PDI
0127

16"-CRU-011008013-103CS1P-H

3/4"

PI

250 mm MIN.

10

PT

MIN.

12

MIN.

MIN.

NOTE 6

PDI

20"-CRU-011008012-103CS1P-H

INST.

2"-CRU-011008008-103CS1P-P

PIPING
11

20"-CRU-011008011-103CS1P-H

12

16"-CRU-011008001-103CS1P-H

NOTE 2

DATE

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
POS.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

DESCRIPTION
FIRE WATER
SERVICE WATER
COOLING WATER
POTABLE WATER
DEMI WATER
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
HP STEAM
MP STEAM
LP STEAM
HP CONDENSATE
MP CONDENSATE
LP CONDENSATE
BFW
PLANT AIR
INSTRUMENT AIR
N.A.

REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
FLO

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER
FLUSHING OIL

COMPANY
STATUS

REVISION MEMO

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM
011-078

Project:

011-074

011-076
011-075
011-080
011-077

Item Tags : 011-G-0002-A/B

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE DISTILLATION UNIT TRAIN 1
DESALTED CRUDE PUMPS
ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE
Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480015 .pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480015
2271-011-PID-0021-008

REV: 05

Sheet: 2 of 3

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

41

41

011-E-0010-A / B
DESALTED CRUDE / HVGO EXCHANGERS

40

40

INSULATION SHELL/TUBE: H / H
TRIM: CRU-011008601-106CS1P
/ HFO-011008601-106CS1P

39

39

14"-CRU-011008015-103CS1P-H

38

38

MIN.
37

37

2"-CRU-011008003-103CS1P-P

35

3/4"

34

2"

LPT

2"-FLO-011008303-101CS1P-N

103CS1P
101CS1P

36

36

FLO
2209

35
34

33

33

MIN.

HPT

29
28
27

TI

TT

2"

0243

0243

CL600

31

2"-CRU-011008020-103CS1P-P
MIN.

30

103CS1P
101CH2S

2"-HFO-011013002-103CS1P-S
3/4" D

2"-CLD-011008308-101CH2S-P

CRUDE
3978FROM 011-G-0002 A/B

FLO

29

2208

28

2"

25

26

2"-FLO-011008304-101CS1P-N

14"-CRU-011008015-103CS1P-H

30

2"

103CS1P
101CS1P

31

32

16"-CRU-011008003-103CS1P-H

32

HPT

6066

LPT

20"x16"
25

CL600

20"

12"

B2

24

2"

A3

2"-HFO-011008017-103CS1P-S

011-E-0010-A
23

MIN.

NOTE 1

B3

A2

TI
0035

26
25
24

TT
0035

23

2"
10 MIN. CL600

103CS1P
101CH2S

22

27

22

16"x14"

20
19
18
17

20"
CL600
TI
0208

UC

2"

TW

18

A4

011-E-0010-B

3/4"
TT

NOTE 1

LPT

20"

CL600

MIN.

MIN.
3/4" V

MIN.

14

17
16

20"x16"

2"CL600

16"-CRU-011008001-103CS1P-H

B4
12"

A1

0208

19

0279

CL600
B1

21

16"-CRU-011008003-103CS1P-H CRUDE
TO 011-E-0011-A/B /0012-A/B3979 20

CL300

0278

16
15

12"

2"

TW

2"-CRU-011008018-103CS1P-P

MIN.

14"-CRU-011008015-103CS1P-H

21

15

LPT

14

2"-HFO-011008003-103CS1P-S
UC

13

13

2"-HFO-011008019-103CS1P-P

MIN.

MIN.

12

2"

2"
D

MIN.

2"-CRU-011008010-103CS1P-P

11

11

MIN.

12

10

10

103CS1P
101CH2S

103CS1P
101CH2S

250mm MIN.

2"-CLD-011008305-101CH2S-P

7
6

2"-CLD-011008306-101CH2S-P

25

25

2605

2606

250mm MIN.

2"-CLD-011008305-101CH2S-P

8
7
6

12"-HFO-011008016-103CS1P-S
4

10 MIN.

2" CL600
12"-HFO-011008001-103CS1P-S

TT
0034

HVGO

HVGO

TO 011-E-0030-A/B

FROM 011-E-0015-A/B

DS011-TRJR-480100
2956

DS011-TRJR-480024
2957

GENERAL NOTES
1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011 (EX 011-TT-0001).
2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.
3- ALL LINES CONNECTED TO CLOSED DRAINS SYSTEMS SHALL BE GRAVITY FLOW DESIGNED.
4- DRAIN VALVE ON EQUIPMENT AND/OR PIPING SHALL BE INSTALLED FLANGE TO FLANGE OR AT MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE EQUIPMENT/PIPING TO BE DRAINED.

NOTES
1- H.V.@ 150C SHELL AND TUBE SIDE.
2- DELETED.

EXCHANGERS
TEMA TYPE
OP. PRESS. barg
OP. TEMP. C

SHELL/TUBE
SHELL/TUBE
IN/OUT IN/OUT

DES.PRESS. barg SHELL/TUBE


DES.TEMP. C
SHELL/TUBE
SURFACE m
DUTY
Gcal/h

011-E-0010-A / B
AES
14.60
33.20
207.00
145.00
160.00
156.40
33.10
43.00
235.00
210.00
1365.0
7.65

NOTE 1

This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

12"-HFO-011013002-103CS1P-S

TI
0034

LC

05

13-MAR-2013

AB

AB: AS BUILT

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

04

30-SEP-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

03

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

JMV / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

JMV / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

DFI / STG

RDP / MAC

JAL

00

11-DEC-2009

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

MMG / FCB

RDP / MAC

JAL

REV

DATE

COMPANY
STATUS

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
POS.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

DESCRIPTION
FIRE WATER
SERVICE WATER
COOLING WATER
POTABLE WATER
DEMI WATER
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
HP STEAM
MP STEAM
LP STEAM
HP CONDENSATE
MP CONDENSATE
LP CONDENSATE
BFW
PLANT AIR
INSTRUMENT AIR
N.A.

REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
FLO

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER
FLUSHING OIL

REVISION MEMO

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM
011-078

Project:

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE DISTILLATION UNIT TRAIN 1
DESALTED CRUDE-HVGO EXCHANGERS

011-074
011-076
011-075
011-080
011-077

Item Tags :

011-E-0010 A/B

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE
Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480016 .pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480016
2271-011-PID-0021-008

REV: 05

Sheet: 3 of 3

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

41

011-E-0011-A / B
DESALTED CRUDE/LAGO EXCHANGERS

40

011-E-0012-A / B
DESALTED CRUDE/HAGO EXCHANGERS

INSULATION (SHELL / TUBE) : H / H


TRIM: CRU-011009601-106CS1P / DIE-011009601-103CS1P

39

41
40

INSULATION (SHELL / TUBE) : H / H


TRIM: CRU-011009602-106CS1P / HFO-011009601-103CS1P

39

12"-CRU-011009001-103CS1P-H
38

38

SP

37

FZC
0111

36

35

14"x12"
14"

34

35

8"x6"
8"

B2

34

A3

33

B3

A2
32

32

011-E-0011-A
NOTE 5

31

FZY
0111

CL300

FC

2"

TW
0280

0111 A

CL300
8"
2"

TT

0042

0042

2"CL600

0281

CL600

TT

B1

28

TW

TI

A4

0284

FT
0110

LPT

TI
0044

23

2"-CRU-011009004-103CS1P-P
22

MIN.

MIN.

16

6"

14"
CL300

103CS1P
101CH2S

0282

TI
0211

8"
CL300

2"

TW

2"-CLD-011009305-101CH2S-P

2"

CL600
B1

0109

2"-CLD-011009308-101CH2S-P

0215

LPT

10

103CL2P
101CH2S
2"-CLD-011009307-101CH2S-P

12"x8"

12"x8"

8"

TI
0041

TT
0041

MIN.

MIN.
3/4"-CRU-011009003-103CS1P-P

3/4"

6"-DIE-011023006-103CS2P-H

6"-DIE-011009001-103CS1P-H

103CS1P
101CH2S

250mm MIN.

MIN.

D
2"x3/4"

6"
FC

3/4"

5654

TT
0046
103CS1P
101CH2S
2"-CLD-011009306-101CH2S-P
TI
0046
25
5653

6"

2"

NC

HAGO
FROM 011-G-0013

MIN.
3/4"-HFO-011009003-103CL2P-P

DS011-TRJR-480057
2959

3/4"
D

2"x3/4"

103CL2P
101CH2S

2"-CLD-011009307-101CH2S-P
2"-CLD-011009303-101CH2S-P
LAGO

LAGO

HAGO

TO 011-E-0006

FROM 011-G-0011

TO 011-E-0009

DS011-TRJR-480007
2852

DS011-TRJR-480055
2958

DS011-TRJR-480010
2910

GENERAL NOTES
1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011 (EX 011-TT-0001).
2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.
3- ALL LINES CONNECTED TO CLOSED DRAINS SYSTEMS SHALL BE GRAVITY FLOW DESIGNED.
4- DRAIN VALVE ON EQUIPMENT AND/OR PIPING SHALL BE INSTALLED FLANGE TO FLANGE OR AT MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE EQUIPMENT/PIPING TO BE
DRAINED.

NOTES
3,4- DELETED.
1- CONTROL LOGIC TO BE CONFIGURED TO PREVENT SIMULTANEOUSLY CLOSURE OF FV-0109/0110 IN CASE ONE FLOW SENSOR MALFUNCTION.
2- FLOW BALANCE THROUGH 2 TRAINS IS ACHIEVED IN AUTO MODE WITH MAX VALVE POSITION REGULATOR (TO ENSURE MAXIMUM VALVE OPENING
CONTINUOUSLY).
5- H.V @ 150C (SHELL AND TUBE SIDE).
EXCHANGERS
TEMA TYPE
OP. PRESS. barg
OP. TEMP. C

SHELL/TUBE
SHELL/TUBE
IN/OUT IN/OUT

DES.PRESS. barg SHELL/TUBE


DES.TEMP. C
SHELL/TUBE
SURFACE m
DUTY
Gcal/h

011-E-0011-A / B
AES
13.30
30.60
233.60
156.40
171.00
170.10
33.10
43.00
265.00
200.00
505.4
NOTE 5
4.68

011-E-0012-A / B
AES
13.20
30.10
295.30
151.40
170.00
176.50
33.10
43.00
325.00
205.00
665.2
NOTE 5
8.60

NOTE 5

This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

6"-HFO-011009002-103CL2P-H

25

2"

TV
0031

MIN.

NC
4

TI
0350

2"-CRU-011009005-103CS1P-P

2"

250 mm MIN.

12

MIN.

12"-CRU-011008003-103CS1P-H

FO
NOTES 1,2

14

11

10 MIN.

MIN.

15

2"

LPT
10" 12"x10"

16

6074

6"-HFO-011009001-103CL2P-H

12"x10"

17

13

8"x6"

2"-HFO-011009004-103CL2P-P

18

25

FV
0109

1/2"

19

8"

MIN.

1/2"

0215

2"x3/4"

103CL2P
101CH2S

B4

250 mm MIN.

TI

MIN.

INST.
PIPING

TT

2"-HFO-011009005-103CL2P-P

A4

MIN.
2"

NOTE 5

14"
14"x12"

3/4"

011-E-0012-B

TW
0283

A1

FT

10

MIN.

NC

12
11

20

2"x3/4"

4923

FC
0111 B

13

TT

B3

A2

5652

5651

25

21

8"
A3

25

25

14

22

0211

2"-CLD-011009301-101CH2S-P

15

23

NOTE 5

2"-CLD-011009304-101CH2S-P

103CS1P
101CH2S

250mm MIN.

17

103CS1P
101CH2S

FO

2"

3/4"
D

250 mm MIN.

MIN.

18

3/4"-CRU-011009002-103CS1P-P

D
2"x3/4"

8"x6"

B2

250 mm MIN.

3/4"

19

011-E-0012-A
14"x12"
14"

MIN.

24

PDV
0110

6"

2"

NC
MIN.

2"CL600

MIN.

MIN.

16"x12"
16"-CRU-011008003-103CS1P-H
CRUDE
3979FROM 011-E-0010
20
16"x12"
21

25

INST.
PIPING
+

3/4"-DIE-011009002-103CS1P-P

LPT

12"x10" 10" 12"x10"

TT
0044

PDC
0110

6"-HFO-011024006-103CL2P-H

MIN.

FO
NOTES 1,2

PDT
0110

16"x12"

MIN.

12"
24

10 MIN.

NOTE 5

MIN.

25

8"x6"

14"x12"

250mm MIN.

FV
0110

CRUDE
26
TO 011-E-00133980

16"-CRU-011009001-103CS1P-H

011-E-0011-B

MIN.

1/2"

27

2" CL600

8"

28

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

DESCRIPTION

25
4925

FIRE WATER
SERVICE WATER
COOLING WATER
POTABLE WATER
DEMI WATER
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
HP STEAM
MP STEAM
LP STEAM
HP CONDENSATE
MP CONDENSATE
LP CONDENSATE
BFW
PLANT AIR
INSTRUMENT AIR
N.A.

REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER

FROM TC-0031

DS011-TRJR-480010

3644

05

13-MAR-2013

AB

AB: AS BUILT

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

04

30-SEP-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

03

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

VSC / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MVF / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

RDP / MAC

JAL

00

11-DEC-2009

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

ARV / FCB

RDP / MAC

JAL

REV

DATE

COMPANY
STATUS

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
POS.

SIGNAL

MIN.

1/2"

A1
14"

16"x12"

29

250mm MIN.

INST.
PIPING

26

3/4"

B4

30

MIN.

27

31

MIN.

29

14"

TI
0284

PIPING
INST.

30

33

UC

MIN.

36

6"-DIE-011023006-103CS2P-H

2"-HFO-011009006-103CL2P-P

37

REVISION MEMO

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM
011-078

Project:

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE DISTILLATION UNIT TRAIN 1

CRUDE PREHEAT
- LAGO AND HAGO

011-074
011-076
Item Tags :

011-075
011-080

011-E-0011-A/B

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

011-E-0012-A/B

ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE
Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480017.pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480017
2271-011-PID-0021-009

REV: 05

Sheet: 1 of 1

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

41

41

011-E-0013
DESALTED CRUDE/LAGO PA EXCHANGER

40

40

INSULATION (SHELL/TUBE): H/H

39

TT
0048

39

TI
0048

38

38

CL600
2"

37

37

16"-CRU-011010001-103CS1P-H

16"-CRU-011010001-103CS1P-H

36

CRUDE
36
TO 011-E-0014-A/F3981

35

35

34

34

33
32

32

2"
20"x16"

31

18"x16"

31

TT
20"

30

A2

29

27

20"x16"

TI
0216

28
27

18"x16"

LPT

16"-CRU-011009001-103CS1P-H

26

3980 FROM 011-E-0011/011-E-0012

MIN.

MIN.

25

LPT

24

24

2"-DIE-011010005-103CS1P-P

23

TI
0047

2"
D

2"

23

D
103CS1P
101CH2S

MIN.

MIN.
2"-CRU-011010008-103CS1P-P

22

2"

MIN.

MIN.

25

21

2"-CLD-011010305-101CH2S-P
19
18

16"-DIE-011010001-103CS1P-H

103CS1P
101CH2S

20

250mm MIN.

2"-CLD-011010304-101CH2S-P

25
6064

17
16

22

250mm MIN.

CRUDE

29

NOTE 3

18"

20"

30

011-E-0013

B2

A1
28

0216

18"
B1

26

33

16"-DIE-011026003-103CS2P-H

21
20

25

19

6067

3/4"

18
17

16"x8"
16"x10"

8"
15

16"x8"

MIN.
14

2"x3/4"

10"
16"x10"

PDC

PDT

0111

0111

15
14

2"-DIE-011010006-103CS2P-P

13

13

3/4"

12

12

16"
103CS2P
101CH2S

11

10 MIN.

6
5

10" 12"x10"
FC

6
5

2"
4

12"x10" 10" 12"x10"

2"x3/4"

2"-CLD-011010301-101CH2S-P

LAGO PA

SIGNAL
FROM TT 0112

TO NAPHTHA SPLITTER
REBOILER IN NHDT
DS011-TRJR-480140
3102

3/4"

103CS2P
101CH2S

IN/OUT IN/OUT

DES.PRESS. barg SHELL/TUBE


DES.TEMP. C
SHELL/TUBE
SURFACE m
DUTY
Gcal/h

NOTE 3

This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

DS011-TRJR-480064
2960

3982

2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.
3- ALL LINES CONNECTED TO CLOSED DRAINS SYSTEM SHALL BE GRAVITY FLOW DESIGNED.
4- DRAIN VALVE ON EQUIPMENT AND/OR PIPING SHALL BE INSTALLED FLANGE TO FLANGE OR AT MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE EQUIPMENT/PIPING TO BE DRAINED.

SHELL/TUBE
SHELL/TUBE

FROM 011-G-0010

DS011-TRJR-480043

NOTES

LAGO PA

4929

1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011 (EX 011-TT-0001).

011-E-0013
AES
8.70
28.90
247.20
167.50
229.40
179.50
33.10
43.00
275.00
215.00
455.0
8.20

25

GENERAL NOTES

1,2 DELETED.
3- H.V. @ 150C SHELL AND TUBE SIDE.

MIN.

16"-DIE-011010001-103CS1P-H

3/4"-DIE-011010003-103CS2P-P

250mm MIN.

MIN.
2

12"-DIE-011010002-103CS2P-H

16"-DIE-011026003-103CS2P-H

TT
0051

12"x10"

2"-CLD-011010301-101CH2S-P

TI
0051

MIN.

12"-DIE-011010004-103CS1P-H

MIN.

10

TV
0112

103CS1P
103CS2P

11

3/4"

20mm MIN.

TC
0112

10

EXCHANGERS
TEMA TYPE
OP. PRESS. barg
OP. TEMP. C

FO

16

PDV
0111

05

13-MAR-2013

AB

AB: AS BUILT

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

04

30-SEP-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

03

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

JGT / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

JGT / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

DFI / STG

RDP / MAC

JAL

00

11-DEC-2009

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

JCP / FCB

RDP / MAC

JAL

REV

DATE

COMPANY
STATUS

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
POS.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

DESCRIPTION
FIRE WATER
SERVICE WATER
COOLING WATER
POTABLE WATER
DEMI WATER
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
HP STEAM
MP STEAM
LP STEAM
HP CONDENSATE
MP CONDENSATE
LP CONDENSATE
BFW
PLANT AIR
INSTRUMENT AIR
N.A.

REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER

REVISION MEMO

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM
011-078

Project:

011-074

011-076
Item Tags :

011-075
011-080

011-E-0013

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE DISTILLATION UNIT TRAIN 1
CRUDE PREHEAT - LAGO PA.
ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE
Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480018 .pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480018
2271-011-PID-0021-010

REV: 05

Sheet: 1 of 2

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

41

41

011-E-0014-A / B / C / D / E / F
DESALTED CRUDE / VACUUM RESIDUE EXCHANGERS

40

3"J4"
42.14

INSULATION (SHELL/TUBE) : H / H

39

TZV
0017

CL300 3/4"
6"x4"

38

3981
FROM 011-E-0013

CRUDE

16"x12"

12"-CRU-011010006-103CS1P-H

35
34

10"-HFO-011014102-103CL2P-S

33
32

2"-HFO-011010111-103CL2P-P

10"

10"

2"

NOTE 1
TI
0354
14"x12"

CL600
14"

27

TI

011-E-0014-C
22

10"

B1
B6
10"

18

14"x12"
17

2"
CL600

2"

TI

TI

0054

0353

011-E-0014-B

LPT

16

0056

011-E-0014-F

2"
CL600
CL600

0006

14"

B5

10"

CL600

D 3/4"

CL600

2"

B2

B6

10"

011-E-0014-E

TW
0288

16"x10"

24"x16"
MIN.

FLO CL300
NOTE 5

14"
2"

TI

TI

0053

0355

24"-CRU-011010005-101CH2S-H
NOTE 2

NOTE 8

16"x8"

10"
MIN.
3/4"

3/4"-CRU-011010007-103CS1P-P

D
2"x3/4"

LPT
10"-HFO-011010102-103CL2P-S

14

3" 6"x3"

6"x3"

6"-HFO-011010106-103CL2P-S

MIN.

FC

103CS1P
101CH2S

2"-CLD-011010308-101CH2S-P

TO 011-E-0031

TO SC-0023

DS011-TRJR-480104
3106

DS011-TRJR-480104
10780

103CS1P
101CH2S

103CL2P
101CH2S

25

25

25

5676

5677

5678

4"

6"x4"

3972

NC

250mm MIN.

103CS1P
101CH2S

SIGNAL FROM

3/4"-HFO-011010105-103CL2P-S

PC-0007

DS011-TRJR-480015

MIN.

7672

SIGNAL
TO TV 0057

VAC. RESIDUE
FROM 011-E-0018

DS011-TRJR-480027

DS011-TRJR-480027
3109

3983

3/4"
D

2"x3/4"

103CL2P
101CH2S
2"-CLD-011010302-101CH2S-P

25

05

13-MAR-2013

AB

AB: AS BUILT

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

04

30-SEP-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

03

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

JMV / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

VKB / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

DFI / STG

RDP / MAC

JAL

00

11-DEC-2009

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

IRG / STG

RDP / MAC

JAL

4931

REV

4- DRAIN VALVE ON EQUIPMENT AND/OR PIPING SHALL BE INSTALLED FLANGE TO FLANGE OR AT MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE EQUIPMENT/PIPING TO BE DRAINED.

NOTES

This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

DS011-TRJR-480015

6"x4"

CL600
2"

SIGNAL FROM
PC-0007

MIN.

2"

250mm MIN.

2"

1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011(EX 011-TT-0001).


2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.
3- ALL LINES CONNECTED TO CLOSED DRAINS SYSTEMS SHALL BE GRAVITY FLOW DESIGNED.

011-E-0014-A /B/C/D/E/F
AES
15.50
27.60
283.00
177.30
206.40
200.00
33.10
43.00
NOTE 10
340.00
230.00
2817.0
16.00

MIN.

2"

GENERAL NOTES

IN/OUT IN/OUT

10

MIN.

MIN.

2"

MIN.

2"-CLD-011010309-101CH2S-P

25
5670

TT
0193

MIN.

MIN.

2"-CLD-011010310-101CH2S-P

25
5669

DES.PRESS. barg SHELL/TUBE


DES.TEMP. C
SHELL/TUBE
SURFACE m
DUTY
Gcal/h

HV
0008

MIN.

MIN.

TI

10"-HFO-011010103-103CS1P-S

25
5667

SHELL/TUBE
SHELL/TUBE

HC
0008

2"-HFO-011010109-103CL2P-S

6"-HFO-011010104-103CS1P-S

VAC. RESIDUE

EXCHANGERS
TEMA TYPE
OP. PRESS. barg
OP. TEMP. C

11

3/4"

250mm MIN.

250mm MIN.

250mm MIN.

103CS1P
101CH2S
2"-CLD-011010313-101CH2S-P

103CL2P
101CH2S
2"-CLD-011010311-101CH2S-P

2"-CLD-011010306-101CH2S-P

2"-CRU-011010011-103CS1P-P

250mm MIN.

0193
103CS1P
101CH2S

14

4930

2"-CLD-011010308-101CH2S-P

15

12

2"-HFO-011010108-103CS1P-S

103CS1P
101CH2S

TI
0052

10 MIN.

TT
0052

16

2"

2"

MIN.

2"
MIN.

10"

17

25

HPT

MIN.

MIN.

MIN.

MIN.

2"

MIN.

18

13

2"-CRU-011010012-103CS1P-P

2"-HFO-011010110-103CL2P-S

MIN.

2"-HFO-011010107-103CS1P-S
MIN.

CL600
2"

2"
V

NOTE 1

10"

3/4"-HFO-011040014-103CS1P-S

LPT

10
MIN.

10

LPT

MIN.

11

12"

MIN.

2"-CRU-011010009-103CS1P-P

12

NOTE 1

2"-CLD-011010303-101CH2S-P
MIN.

12"
13

16"x12"

2"-CRU-011010010-103CS1P-P

16"x12"

103CS1P
101CH2S

19

250mm MIN.

LPT

10"-HFO-011010101-103CL2P-S

103CS1P
103CL2P

LPT

23

CRUDE
TO 011-C-0001 3984 22

20

B5

250mm MIN.

MIN.

24

2"
CL300

MIN.
15

25

TT
0057

NC
CSC

14"x12"

LPT

8"

16"x8"

A5

CL600

14"

2"
CL600

1/2"

FV
0006
16"x10" 10"

A2

14"x12"

INST.
PIPING

2210

21

10"
A6

A1

1/2"

CL300
10"

2"

TW
0287

14"x12"

B1

A5

14"x12"

LPT

MIN.

TI

TW
0286

A2

14"

CL600
14"

12"-CRU-011010003-103CS1P-H

MIN.

14"

2"

B2

A6

20

CL600

2"

TW
0285

14"x12"
14"

A1

B4

26

FLO

011-E-0014-D

CL300
10"

CL600
14"

12"-CRU-011010002-103CS1P-H

23

CL600

FT

011-E-0014-A

2"
CL600

27

0057

2"-FLO-011010301-101CS1P-N

MIN.

24

TC

MIN.
A4

A3

0055

28

10"

B3

B4

A3

30

FC
0006

CL600

14"
A4

26
25

2"
CL600

10"

B3

HS
0009 B

29

14"x12"

CL600

FY
0006

10"-HFO-011014102-103CL2P-S

TI
0352

31

NOTE 11

3/4" D

101CH2S
101CS1P

UC

28

19

FB
LO
NOTE 6

4"-CRU-011010013-103CS1P-H

MIN.

29

21

36

103CS1P
101CH2S

30

NOTE 7

MIN.

31

38

6972

37

MIN.

32

29

LO
FB

NOTE 1

16"-CRU-011010001-103CS1P-H

33

6"-LFL-011010301-101CH2F-N

16"x12"

12"-CRU-011010006-103CS1P-H

39

0.2%

3/4"

2"
CL600

35
34

NOTE 6

4"x3"

TT
0289

10 MIN.

TI
0289

CL600
NOTE 9

16"-CRU-011010006-103CS1P-H

37
36

40

TRIM: CRU-011010601-106CS1P / HFO-011010101-103CL2P

3, 4, DELETED.
1- SYMMETRICAL ARRANGEMENT.
2- TWO PHASE FLOW LINE.
5- FLASHING SERVICE.
6- BLOCK VALVE SHALL BE INSTALLED WITH STEM IN OR BELOW THE HORIZONTAL POSITION.
7- MAKE CONNECTION ON TOP OF PIPE.
8- MINIMUM LENGTH OF 5 PIPE DIAMETERS BETWEEN CONTROL VALVE OUTLET AND NEXT PIPE ELBOW.
9- SET PRESSURE READJUSTED BASED ON THE DISTANCE FROM UPPER TL OF E-0014 TO TZV. ELEVATION OF DIFFERENCE SHOULD NO BE HIGHER THAN 11.6 m.
10- H.V. @ 150 C SHELL AND TUBE SIDE.
11- HS-0009A AND HS-0009B WILL CHANGE THEIR POSITION SIMULTANEOUSLY TO CONTROL CRUDE INLET FLOW RATE TO THE UNIT THROUGH PV-0007 AND
DESALTER PRESSURE THROUGH FV-0006.
12- DELETED.
13- DELETED.

DATE

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
POS.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

DESCRIPTION
FIRE WATER
SERVICE WATER
COOLING WATER
POTABLE WATER
DEMI WATER
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
HP STEAM
MP STEAM
LP STEAM
HP CONDENSATE
MP CONDENSATE
LP CONDENSATE
BFW
PLANT AIR
INSTRUMENT AIR
N.A.

REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
FLO

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER
FLUSHING OIL

COMPANY
STATUS

REVISION MEMO

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM
Project:

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE
DISTILLATION UNIT TRAIN 1

CRUDE PREHEAT - VAC. RESID.

011-074
011-076
Item Tags :

011-075
011-080
011-077

011-E-0014-A/B/C/D/F

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE
Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480019.pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480019
2271-011-PID-0021-010

REV:

05

Sheet: 2 of 2

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

41

011-C-0001
PREFLASH COLUMN
ZC
0322

38

2oo3

CLOSED STRIPPING STEAM


HH

TI

37

PI

LO
FB

0011

NOTE 5

36
35
34

TT
0058

33

2"

0011 A

0011 B

6"

3/4"

PT
0011 C
INST.
PIPING

3/4"

DETAIL A
NOTE 1

24"-NAP-011011001-101CH2S-P

26"

V1

PDI

PDI
0012 A

B2
30

3/4"

2"-NAP-011011001-101CH2S-P

0011 A

PDI
0011 B

H
PDI
0011 C

DETAIL A
NOTE 1

3/4"
14"x10"
CL300
12"x8"
NOTE 10

NOTE 5 V
LO
FB

PZV
0006
+

3/4"
14"x10"

NOTE 5
V
LO
FB

MH
24"

011-C-0001

28

PDI
0012 B

6"
A3

NOTE 7

2" 2"

PT
0452

T1

PI
0452

19
18

16

6
P1

8"-MPS-011011302-103CS1P-H

8"-MPS-011011002-101CS1P-H

8"x6"

NOTE 13

P4
P5

CL150

6"

P6
A2A

30

3/4" D

2"
L4B
L2B
2"

D
H

LC
0003

INST.

INST.

2"
L3B
2"
L4A

11

PIPING INST.

3/4"

MIN.
PIPING

INSTR.
PIPING

3/4"
10

2"
L3A
2"
L2A

4"

4"-MPS-011011301-103CS1P-H

11500 mm

2"

ZC
0340

2
1

BY-PASS

8"-MPS-011011302-103CS1P-H

3"-NAP-011098002-103CH2S-P

ZHA
0002

OPEN
ZYC
0002

ZLO
0002

ZHS

ZY

ZLS

ZLS

0002

0002

0002 O

0002 C

WILD NAPHTHA

MP STEAM
FROM MP HEADER

DS011-TRJR-480135
3112

DS011-TRJR-480142
3115

DS011-TRJR-480311
3985

6078

0322

NOTE 2

HH

ZHXS

29

ES

RESET
ZHXS

ES

0002

ZC

ZHSR

0301

0002

LPT

TT
0060

ATM

6"-CRU-011011015-101CS1P-H 6" D

3/4"

OLW

6"-CLD-011011301-101CH2S-P
25

1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011 (EX 011-TT-0001).


2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.
3- ALL LINES CONNECTED TO CLOSED DRAINS SYSTEMS SHALL BE GRAVITY FLOW DESIGNED.
4- DRAIN VALVE ON EQUIPMENT AND/OR PIPING SHALL BE INSTALLED FLANGE TO FLANGE OR AT MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE EQUIPMENT/PIPING TO BE DRAINED.

NOTES

CL
2mm

1"
REMOVABLE
ELBOW
COLUMN
TYPE
HEIGHT
DIAMETER
OP. PRESS.
OP. TEMP.
DES.PRESS.
DES.TEMP.

011-C-0001
mm
mm
barg
C
barg
C

26710.0
7500.0
3.90
188.00
5.30
278.00

3"
NOTE 3
NOTE 3

FLOW

This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

DETAIL "A"
101SC1P
101CH2P

NEUTRALIZING AGENT

FROM 011-X-0005

FROM 011-X-0004

TO 011-E-0004

DS011-TRJR-480022
3117

DS011-TRJR-480127
3124

DS011-TRJR-480126
3133

DS011-TRJR-480005
2847

05

13-MAR-2013

AB

PREFLASH OVERHEAD

4, 6,9,12 DELETED.
1- MAKE CONNECTION AFTER HIGH POINT.
2- LOCAL EMERGENCY SWITCH BEHIND FIREWALL OR AT SAFE LOCATION.
3- OP. PRESS. (barg) : 3.7 / 3.9 OP. TEMP. (C) :137 / 188.
5- BLOCK VALVE SHALL BE INSTALLED WITH STEM IN OR BELOW THE HORIZONTAL POSITION.
7- FOR NOZZLES DETAILS, ALIGNMENT AND HEIGHT OF LEVEL INSTRUMENTS SEE MECHANICAL DRAWING.
8- CORROSION MONITORING SYSTEM.
10- MECHANICAL LINK.
11- CONNECTION ON TOP OF PIPE.
13- CHECK VALVE AND ISOLATION VALVE ARE TO BE CLOSE TO THE COLUMN AND AT THE SAME PLANE OR ABOVE OF THE NOZZLE.
14- PZV-0005 A/B, PZV-0006 SIZE HAVE BEEN CALCULATED TAKING INTO ACCOUNT Cv RATED OF FV-0007 (Cv=102) AND ITS BY-PASS (Cv=100).

4
3

CRUDE
TO 011-G-0004A/B

04

30-SEP-2011

03

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MRM / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MSS / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MRM / FCB

RDP/ MAC

JAL

00

11-DEC-2009

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

MMG / FCB

RDP / MAC

JAL

DATE

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
POS.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

DESCRIPTION
FIRE WATER
SERVICE WATER
COOLING WATER
POTABLE WATER
DEMI WATER
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
HP STEAM
MP STEAM
LP STEAM
HP CONDENSATE
MP CONDENSATE
LP CONDENSATE
BFW
PLANT AIR
INSTRUMENT AIR
N.A.

REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER

3987

AB: AS BUILT

REV

GENERAL NOTES

60

CORROSION INHIBITOR

4936

1"

NAPHTHA

MIN.

FC
TSO
101CS1P 106CS1P

FROM-011-G-0003

24"-CRU-011011001-106CS1P-H
MIN.

2"

B1
D1
6"

DE

NC

10

0060

ZYV
0002

IA
103CS1P
106CS1P
3/4"

12

TI

PUMP STOP

ZV
0002

13

11

0002 L

LL

ZC
0340

106CS1P
101CH2S
SIGNAL
TO FC-0014-B
DS011-TRJR-480311

0370

0002 B

LT
0001

6"-OLW-011011303-101CS1P-N

FROM HDS UNITS

ZC

INST.
PIPING

6"-CRU-011011006-106CS1P-P

SIGNAL
TO FC-0014-A

14

NOTE 11

ZC

LI
0001

ZLC
0002

15

6076

LG

24"

24"-CRU-011011012-101CS1P-H

CLOSED

NC

2"
2"

16

3/4"-CRU-011011301-101CS1P-P

3/4"

INST.

2177

UC

NOTE 11

MAG

MH
PIPING

17

CLOSED STEAM INJECTION

103CS1P
106CS1P
3/4"

MIN.

29

18

2066

3/4"-CRU-011011302-101CS1P-P

2"
2"

3/4"-LFL-011011302-101CH2F-N

3/4"-LFL-011011303-101CH2F-N
INST.

M1

ID
24"

CRUDE
FROM 011-G-004 A/B

HPT

INST. PIPING

19
3986

MAG

PIPING INST.

PT
0012 C

PIPING

2"

10

2"
L1A

24

20

2"

PIPING INST.

2"

PY
0012

PT
0012 B

LG
0002 A

ZC
0323

21

PT
0012 A

0003

ZC
0314

22

LT

12

27

23

12"-CRU-011011005-101CS1P-H

INST. PIPING

13

ZC
0313

MIN.

14

28

2"-CHP-011054701-101SC1P-N

25

HPT

3/4"

15

ZC STOP PUMPS
0397

2"
L1B

2"

2"-CHP-011054001-101SC1P-N

CLOSED CRUDE

PIPING INST.

2" 2"

12"
A4

8"x6"

101CH2S
103CH2S

PIPING

2" 2"

33
32

0014

2" 2"

CL150 6"
A2B

2"

34

26

PI
0012

TI
0059

MH
24"
PIPING INST.
2" 2"
PI

INST.
PIPING
2"-NAP-011011003-103CH2S-P

31

250mm MIN. MIN.

17

A1

30"

30"x24"

TT
0059

35

29

101CS1P
101CH2F

20

M2

NO POCKET

103CS1P
101CS1P

21

24"-CRU-011010005-101CH2S-H

MIN.

3"-CRU-011010005-101CH2S-H

CRUDE
3984
FROM 011-E-0014

2"

AT
0036

3/4"

12"-NAP-011011001-101CH2S-P

12"-NAP-011011001-101CH2S-P

PDI
0012 C

PIPING INST.

24

NOTE 5

NO POCKET

P2

P3

36

CORROSION

101CH2S
101CH2F

6"-NAP-011012002-101CH2S-P

12

NOTE 8

6"-NAP-011012002-101CH2S-P

MH
24"

M3

37

101CH2S
101SC1P

101CH2S
101SC1P

101CS1P
101CH2F

PI
0013

25

INST. PIPING
2" 2"

AI
0036

101CH2S
101CH2F

6"-NAP-011012002-101CH2S-P

26

AI
0036

3/4"

101CH2S
101CH2F

2"x1"

27

38

CMS

3/4"

HH

PDI
0012

39

5292

2"-CHP-011054701-101SC1P-N

M4

19

2oo3

PZV
0005 B

3/4"

2"x1"

29

3/4"
14"x10"

FB
LO

011-E-0004

2"-LFL-011003001-101CH2F-N

DS011-TRJR-480005

CL300
12"x8"
NOTE 10

3/4"
V

FB
LO
NOTE 5

3/4"

40

8"T10"
5.25
+

PZV
0005 A

CL300
12"x8"
011-SP-0022

3/4"

FB
LC
NOTE 5

14"

24"-NAP-011011001-101CH2S-P

26"x24"

31

22

PT

CL300

32

23

PT

NOTE 14

8"T10"
5.00

14"

8"T10"
5.00
+

3/4"

PY

0011

0058

2"
101CH2F
101CH2S

NOTE 11

NOTE 14

2"-CHP-011054001-101SC1P-N

39

14"

2039

TRIM: NAP-011011601-101CH2S
/ CRU-011011601-103CS1P /
/ CRU-011011602-101CS1P
INSULATION: H

NOTE 14

24"-LFL-011011301-101CH2F-N

29

MIN.

40

0.2%

12"-NAP-011011001-101CH2S-P

41

COMPANY
STATUS

REVISION MEMO

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM
011-078

Project:

011-074

011-076
Item Tags :

011-075
011-080

011-C-0001

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE DISTILLATION UNIT TRAIN 1
PREFLASH COLUMN
ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE
Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480020.pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480020
2271-011-PID-0021-011

REV:

05

Sheet: 1 of 3

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

41

41

40

40

39

39

38

38

FC
0008 A L

37

37

36

36

FV
0008

101CS1P
106CS1P

35
34

35

8" 12"x8"

12"x8"

34

MIN.

FO
NOTE 9

33

12"-CRU-011011014-106CS1P-H

33

32

32

PI

31

0451
30
29

MIN.
3/4"-CRU-011011010-106CS1P-P

27

2"x3/4"

MIN.

28

3/4"

26
25
24

250 mm MIN.

106CS1P
101CH2S

24"x20"

101CS1P
106CS1P

101CS1P
106CS1P

1/2"

PIPING
INST.

22

FT
0008 B

21

FI
0008 B

2"-CRU-011011003-106CS1P-P

ZC
0340

LL

STOP PUMPS

20
19

PIPING

3/4"

0016

TO OLW

3/4"

13
12

HYDROCARBONS

3/4"

TO OLW

3/4"

NOTE 1
20"x18"

011-G-0004-A

14

DS011-TRJR-480245
10782

16"x12"

MIN.

2"x3/4"
2"

3/4"

11
10
9
8

011-G-0004-B

NOTES 5, 8
6

2"-CRU-011011008-106CS1P-P

2"-CRU-011011009-106CS1P-P

MIN.

MIN.

NOTE 4
ZC
0301

ZC
0340

MCC

3/4"-OLW-011011301-101CS1P-N

0004 A

106CS1P
101CH2S

ZC
0301

NOTE 4

ZC
0340
ZC
0371

TYP. 6
MG

CRUDE
3987FROM 011-C-0001

3/4"

NOTES 5,8

2"

ZC
0371

2"x3/4"

PI

15

MCC

2"-CLD-011011302-101CH2S-P

106CS1P
101CS1P

3/4"

MIN.

MIN.

24"-CRU-011011001-106CS1P-H

HYDROCARBONS

DS011-TRJR-480245
10781

16"x12"

INST.

3/4"

PI
0175

20"x18"

MIN.

NOTE 1
8

3/4"

NOTE 2
PIPING

0361

3/4"

PI

3/4"
NOTE 6

MIN.

3/4"

2303

PIPING

16

4
3

3/4"-OLW-011011302-101CS1P-N
TOPPED CRUDE

TYP. 6

TO 011-E-0015A/B

106CS1P
101CH2S

MG
0004 B

250 mm MIN.

3/4"
10

INST.

FLO

MIN.

16"-CRU-011011004-106CS1P-H

0015

11

PI

17

2"-CRU-011011009-106CS1P-P

3/4"

PI
0148

INST.

MIN.

MIN.
PIPING

LPT

NOTE 3

INST.

3/4"

NOTE 2

MIN.

PIPING

PI
0360

NC

UC

MIN.

12

PIPING

3/4"
NOTE 6

MIN.

18

2"

20"-CRU-011011003-106CS1P-H

INST.

2302

LPT

NOTE 3

106CS1P
101CS1P

FLO

13

UC

2"-FLO-011011302-101CS1P-N

14

2"
MIN.

3/4"

250 mm MIN.

15

2"-CRU-011011008-106CS1P-P

16

3/4"

INST.

CRUDE
TO 011-C-0001

17

23

1/2"

12"-CRU-011011005-101CS1P-H

20"-CRU-011011002-106CS1P-H

3986

2"-CRU-011011002-106CS1P-P

2"-FLO-011011301-101CS1P-N

19
18

20"-CRU-011011001-106CS1P-H

24"x20"

20

26

24

16"-CRU-011011011-106CS1P-H

25

21

27

INST.
PIPING

25

4937

22

28

16"-CRU-011011004-106CS1P-H

2"-CLD-011011304-101CH2S-P

23

30

PT
0451

INST.
PIPING

1/2"

1/2"

29

FT
0008 A

3/4"

31

2"-CLD-011011303-101CH2S-P

OLW
25

25

2668

2665

DS011-TRJR-480024
3130

OLW

011-G-0004-A / B
PREFLASH BOTTOM PUMPS

05

13-MAR-2013

AB

AB: AS BUILT

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

04

30-SEP-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

03

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

JMV / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

JMV / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

JGT / STG

RDP / MAC

JAL

00

11-DEC-2009

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

JGT / STG

RDP / MAC

JAL

REV

DATE

INSULATION: N

GENERAL NOTES
1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011 (EX 011-TT-0001).
2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.
3- ALL LINES CONNECTED TO CLOSED DRAINS SYSTEMS SHALL BE GRAVITY FLOW DESIGNED.
4- DRAIN VALVE ON EQUIPMENT AND/OR PIPING SHALL BE INSTALLED FLANGE TO FLANGE OR AT MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE EQUIPMENT/PIPING TO
BE DRAINED.

NOTES
7, DELETED
1- PROVIDE A STRAIGHT LENGTH OF PIPE OF AT LEAST 5 TIMES THE SUCTION NOZZLE DIAMETER IMMEDIATELY UPSTREAM OF THE NOZZLE.
2- CHECK VALVE SHALL BE INSTALLED HORIZONTALY.
3- FLANGE FOR POSSIBLE PUMP ISOLATION BY BLIND FLANGE.
4- DISMONTABLE PIPING FOR POSSIBLE CLEAN-OUT BY STEAM INJECTION.
PUMPS
TYPE
THROUGHPUT
DISCH. PRESS.
DIFF. PRESS.
DES. PRESS.
OP. TEMP.
DENSITY AT COND.

m/h
barg
bar
barg
C
kg/m

011-G-0004-A / B
CENTRIFUGAL
1522.0
34.70
29.29
43.00
188.00
800.0

This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

5- HEAT SENSIBLE CABLE TO BE INSTALLED FOR FIRE DETECTION.


6- FLANGED GLOBE VALVE TYPE.
8- FOR FURTHER INFORMATION SEE PUMPS AUXILIARY DETAILS DIAGRAM: SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480245.
9- PROVIDE WITH MECHANICAL TRAVEL STOP AT 110% NORMAL CV.
10- DELETED.

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
POS.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

DESCRIPTION
FIRE WATER
SERVICE WATER
COOLING WATER
POTABLE WATER
DEMI WATER
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
HP STEAM
MP STEAM
LP STEAM
HP CONDENSATE
MP CONDENSATE
LP CONDENSATE
BFW
PLANT AIR
INSTRUMENT AIR
N.A.

REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
FLO

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER
FLUSHING OIL

COMPANY
STATUS

REVISION MEMO

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM
011-078

Project:

011-074

011-076
Item Tags :

011-075
011-080
011-077

011-G-0004-A/B

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE DISTILLATION UNIT TRAIN 1
PREFLASH BOTTOM PUMPS
ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE
Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480021 .pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480021
2271-011-PID-0021-011

REV: 05

Sheet: 2 of 3

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

41

41

40

40

39

39

CMS
AI

38

AI

0032

38

0032
NOTE 7

37

37

FC
0009 A

36

36

CORROSION

AT
0032

35

INST.
34

PIPING

CL300
2"

0009 A
FV
0009

PIPING

6"x4"

32

34

INST.

2"-NAP-011012020-103CH2S-P

33

35

FT

4"

1/2"

1/2"

6"x4"

33
32

CL300

FO
CL300

31

3/4" D

PIPING

4"

30

6"x4"

NC

FT
0009 B

3/4"

MIN.

3/4"-NAP-011012007-101CH2S-P
2"x3/4"

28

1/2"

INST.

MIN.

6"x4"

29

1/2"

6"-NAP-011012002-101CH2S-P

31

2"
26
25

2"-CLD-011012301-101CH2S-P
24

250mm MIN.

27

30
29
28
27

FI

26

0009 B

L
25
24

6"-NAP-011012006-101CH2S-P

25
4940

23

23

22

22

21

4011
SIGNAL 011-LC-0004

FROM 011-D-0003

20
19

4" NOTE 9
CL300
6"
CL300

6"x4"

3/4"

MIN.
8"x6"

NOTE 3

011-G-0003-B

6"-NAP-011012006-101CH2S-P
PIPING

NOTE 9
3/4"

6"x4"

3/4"

MIN.

4"

CL300
6"

8"x6"

CL300

PI
0141

1-1/2"

13
12

NOTE 3

1-1/2"
3/4"

3/4"

14

4"-NAP-011012021-103CH2S-P

11

MIN.

MIN.
3/4"
D
2"x3/4"

103CH2S
101CH2S

1-1/2"-NAP-011012009-101CH2S-P

1-1/2"-NAP-011012008-101CH2S-P

2"-CLD-011012306-101CH2S-N

MIN.

6"-NAP-011012002-101CH2S-P

OLW

NOTE 6

0341

MCC

3/4"

TYP. 3
3/4"-OLW-011012302-101CS1P-N
MG
0003 A

2"

OLW
2"-CLD-011012302-101CH2S-P

MIN.

2"x1-1/2"

101CS1P
101CH2S

3/4"-OLW-011012301-101CS1P-N

ZC

TYP. 3

2"x1-1/2"

4942

FROM 011-G-0007 A/B


DS011-TRJR-480140
3146

MG
0003 B

2"
2"-CLD-011012303-101CH2S-P

05

13-MAR-2013

AB

AB: AS BUILT

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

2666

2667

04

30-SEP-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

03

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

VSC / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

VKB / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MMG / JLM

RDP / MAC

JAL

00

11-DEC-2009

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

MRM / JLM

RDP / MAC

JAL

REV

DATE

COMPANY
STATUS

011-G-0003-A / B
PREFLASH REFLUX PUMPS
GENERAL NOTES
1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011(EX 011-TT-0001).
2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.
3- ALL LINES CONNECTED TO CLOSED DRAINS SYSTEMS SHALL BE GRAVITY FLOW DESIGNED.
4- DRAIN VALVE ON EQUIPMENT AND/OR PIPING SHALL BE INSTALLED FLANGE TO FLANGE OR AT MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE EQUIPMENT/PIPING TO BE DRAINED.

NOTES
2, 8 DELETED.
1- NAPHTHA FILLING LINE.
3- PROVIDE A STRAIGTH OF PIPE OF AT LEAST 5 TIMES THE SUCTION NOZZLE DIAMETER IMMEDIATELY UPSTREAM OF THE NOZZLE.
4- CHECK VALVE SHALL BE INSTALLED HORIZONTALY.
5- FLANGE FOR POSSIBLE PUMP ISOLATION BY BLIND FLANGE.
6- DISMONTABLE PIPING FOR POSSIBLE CLEAN-OUT BY STEAM INJECTION.

This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

25

0341

DS011-TRJR-480020
3117

m/h
barg
bar
barg
C
kg/m

25

NAPHTHA

011-G-0003-A / B
CENTRIFUGAL
106.0
7.40
3.08
11.30
106.00
622.0

25

TO 011-C-0001

PUMPS
TYPE
THROUGHPUT
DISCH. PRESS.
DIFF. PRESS.
DES. PRESS.
OP. TEMP.
DENSITY AT COND.

ZC
NAPHTHA

MIN.

MCC

3/4"

101CS1P
101CH2S

NOTE 6

250 mm MIN.

MIN.

250 mm MIN.

10

3/4"-NAP-011012012-103CH2S-N

MIN.

3/4"

3/4"
INST.

3/4"

UC

NOTE 4

4"-NAP-011021006-103CH2S-N

011-G-0003-A

INST. PIPING

PI
0020

15

3/4"

NOTE 1

PI
0139

0019

10

16

101CH2S
103CH2S

8"-NAP-011012005-101CH2S-P

3/4"

1-1/2"-NAP-011012009-101CH2S-P

PI

8"-NAP-011012001-101CH2S-P

11

INST.

12

UC

PIPING

13

3/4"

7- CORROSION MONITORING SYSTEM.


9- FOR FURTHER INFORMATION SEE PUMPS AUXILIARY DETAILS DIAGRAM: SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480251.

18
17

MIN.

NOTE 4
6"-NAP-011012002-101CH2S-P

1-1/2"-NAP-011012008-101CH2S-P

14

1-1/2"

19

LPT

250mm MIN.

NOTE 5
16
15

4015
NAPHTA
FROM 011-D-0003

4"-NAP-011012001-101CH2S-P

MIN.

INST.

17

20

LPT

PIPING

NOTE 5 1-1/2"

MIN.

18

MIN.

8"-NAP-011012001-101CH2S-P

21

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
POS.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

DESCRIPTION
FIRE WATER
SERVICE WATER
COOLING WATER
POTABLE WATER
DEMI WATER
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
HP STEAM
MP STEAM
LP STEAM
HP CONDENSATE
MP CONDENSATE
LP CONDENSATE
BFW
PLANT AIR
INSTRUMENT AIR
N.A.

REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER

REVISION MEMO

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM
011-078

Project:

011-074

011-076
Item Tags :

011-075
011-080

011-G-0003-A/B

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE DISTILLATION UNIT TRAIN 1
PREFLASH REFLUX PUMPS
ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE
Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480022 .pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480022
2271-011-PID-0021-012

REV: 05

Sheet: 1 of 2

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

41

41

011-D-0003
PREFLASH REFLUX DRUM

40
39

NOTE 9

6"R8"
5.00
+

38

29
2040

011-SP-0023

NOTE 4
2"
101CH2F
101CH2S

34

NC

CL300
12"x6"

NOTE 2

3/4"

6"R8"
5.00

35
34

PZV
0007
+

14"x8"

12"-NAP-011012003-101CH2S-P
33

FB
LO
NOTE 3

CL300
12"x6"

0010

30

3/4" D

LC
FB
NOTE 3

29

LO
FB
NOTE 3

PC
0021

FT
0010

28
27

PT
0021

HPT

PI
0022

PIPING INSTR.
MIN.

MIN.

3/4"-LFL-011012302-101CH2F-N

3/4" D

TO FC-0009

1/4"

NAPHTA
TO 011-G-0003 A/B

LI
0006

8"-NAP-011012001-101CH2S-P

18
17
16
15

INST. PIPING

20"

2"

24

B2

P2

P1

011-D-0003
NOTE 6

L1B

2"
INST. PIPING
2"
2"

LG
0005

23
22

2"

M1

21

24"
ID

M2

24"
ID

20

L1A
19

L2A

2"

LL

D 1/4"

2"

D 1/4"
UC

2"

2"-NAP-011012019-101CH2S-P
3/4"

L3A
S1

MIN.

V MIN.

ZC
0341
INSTR.
PIPING NC

2" 2"
2"

INSTR.
PIPING

MAG
LDG

3/4"
3/4"-NAP-011012017-101CH2S-P

HPT

12
29

101CH2S
101CH2F

MIN. 3/4"
D

LDT

1/4" D

0008

3/4"

2"

NOTE 4

2"
101CH2S
101CS1P

3/4"-LFL-011012303-101CH2F-N

LDT

LDI

0009

0009

D 1/4"

B3

ZV
0022

2"

NOTE 1

ZXHX

2"
2"

L4A

16

ES

PIPING INST.

L5A

17

D 1/4"

L6A

10
9

2"

L5B

2"

2"
D1
2"
2"-AWS-011012006-101CH2S-P

B1
MIN.

8"

L4B
L6B

1/4" D
2"
INSTR.
PIPING NC

150 mm

2" 2"

0007

NC

4944

18

INST. PIPING

2"

13

11

2"

L2B

MAG
LT
0006

2"

MIN.

14

27

25

15

0022 L
14
LL

ZXHS

ZC
0374

ES

0022

RESET

CLOSED

OPEN

BY-PASS

ZC

ZHSR

ZLC

ZLO

ZHA

0374

0022

0022

0022

0022

13
12

ZV CLOSURE
11

ZYV
0022
+

FC
TSO

ZLS
0022 C

IA
DE

ZLS
0022 O

FI
0148

ZHS
0022

10
9

2"-OLW-011012305-101CS1P-N
ATM
OLW
LDC
0008

MIN.

101CS1P
101CH2S
2"-CLD-011012304-101CH2S-P

OLW

25
2687

PREFLASH OVERHEAD
FROM 011-E-0004

8"-NAP-011012001-101CH2S-P

PIPING 2"
INST.

2"-AWS-011012001-101CH2S-P

3/4" D

3/4"
1-1/2"x3/4" NC 1-1/2"x3/4"

SC
3/4"

MIN.

FC
CL300

MIN.

DS011-TRJR-480005
2848

TYPE 14
011-SC-0027
NOTE 7

2"

2"-CLD-011012307-101CH2S-P

0021

1"-CWS-011012301-101CS1P-N

1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011(EX 011-TT-0001).


2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.
3- ALL LINES CONNECTED TO CLOSED DRAINS SYSTEMS SHALL BE GRAVITY FLOW DESIGNED.
4- DRAIN VALVE ON EQUIPMENT AND/OR PIPING SHALL BE INSTALLED FLANGE TO FLANGE OR AT MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE EQUIPMENT/PIPING TO BE DRAINED.

NOTES

DRUM
TYPE
HEIGHT
DIAMETER
OP. PRESS.
OP. TEMP.
DES.PRESS.
DES.TEMP.

mm
mm
barg
C
barg
C

011-D-0003
HORIZONTAL
7000.0
2800.0
3.00
110.00
5.50
140.00

This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

5, DELETED.
1- LOCAL EMERGENCY SWITCH BEHIND FIREWALL OR IN SAFE LOCATION.
2- MECHANICAL LINK.
3- BLOCK VALVE SHALL BE INSTALLED WITH THE STEM IN OR BELOW THE HORIZONTAL POSITION.
4- CONNECTION ON TOP OF THE PIPE.
6- FOR NOZZLES DETAILS, ALIGNMENT AND HEIGHT OF LEVEL INSTRUMENTS SEE MECHANICAL DRAWING.
7- FOR FURTHER INFORMATION SEE SAMPLE DETAILS DIAGRAM: SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-4800274 AND 480275.
8- LOCATED IN SELF STANDING RACK.
9- SET PRESSURE OF PZV-0007/08 HAVE BEEN READJUSTED BASED ON A DISTANCE FROM UPPER TL OF D-0003 TO PZV. THIS DIFFERENCE OF ELEVATION
SHOULD NOT BE HIGHER THAN 5.6 mts.

FIRE WATER
SERVICE WATER
COOLING WATER
POTABLE WATER
DEMI WATER
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
HP STEAM
MP STEAM
LP STEAM
HP CONDENSATE
MP CONDENSATE
LP CONDENSATE
BFW
PLANT AIR
INSTRUMENT AIR
N.A.

SIGNAL

TO PY 0021

TO 011-A-0002

DS011-TRJR-480113
3155

DS011-TRJR-480050

DS011-TRJR-480048
3160

4016

32

3/4"
32

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MVF / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

VKB / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

SIGNAL
TO 011-AY-0021A/B

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MVF / STG

RDP / MAC

JAL

DS011-TRJR-480126

00

11-DEC-09

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

JVM / STG

RDP / MAC

JAL

REV

DATE

COMPANY
STATUS

AC
0021

1/2"
CL150

1"x1/2"

05

13-MAR-2013

AB

04

30-SEP-2011

03

8257

3/4"

1"-CWR-011012301-101CS1P-N

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

8256

3859

DESCRIPTION

AB: AS BUILT

25

POS.

NAPTHA VAPOR

TO 011-D-0006

6892

GENERAL NOTES

3
SOUR WATER

PIPING
INSTR.

NOTE 8 1/2" CL150


pH
1"x1/2"
AT

3/4"-AWS-011012009-101CH2S-P
UC
0320

2"-AWS-011012008-103CH2S-P

2"x3/4"

250mm MIN.

24"-NAP-011003001-101CH2S-P

3/4"-OLW-011012303-101CS1P-N

3/4"

SAMPLE
LINE

2"x3/4"
2"-AWS-011012004-101CH2S-P

1/2"

1" 2"x1"

2"x1"

2"-AWS-011012007-103CH2S-P

250mm MIN.

MIN.

1/2"

INST.
PIPING

2"-AWS-011012001-101CH2S-P

MIN.

LDV
0008

LPT

ZC
0374

INST.
PIPING

FMC
H

RETURN
LINE

FT
0148

20"-NAP-011012004-101CH2S-P
NO POCKET

3/4"-AWS-011012004-101CH2S-P

3/4"-AWS-011012003-101CH2S-P

3/4"-AWS-011012002-101CH2S-P

4015

PIPING

1/2"

26

L3B

2"

D 1/4"

LT
0004

PUMP STOP

20

LC
0004

1/2"

PIPING

2"

W1

2"

2"

INST. PIPING
21 4011
SIGNAL

12"

A1

2"

3" V

MIN.

22

MIN.
24"

NC

23

28

INST.

INST.

101CH2F
101CH2S

24

TYPE 13
011-SC-0040
SC NOTE 7

TI
0061

20"-NAP-011012004-101CH2S-P

3/4"-NAP-011012016-101CH2S-P

NOTE 4

29

3/4"-NAP-011012011-101CH2S-P
2"

2082

19

TT
0061

29

25

31

3/4" D

30

26

32

FI

3/4"

3/4"
31

36

2"

MIN.

NOTE 9

101CH2F
101CH2S

101CH2F
101CH2S

33
32

NOTE 4

3/4"

37

7600 mm

35

38

8"-NAP-011012001-101CH2S-P

36

39

PZV
0008

NOTE 3
3/4" V
LO
14"x8"
FB 14"-LFL-011012301-101CH2F-N

0.2%

37

40

TRIM: NAP-011012601-101CH2S
/ NAP-011012602-103CH2S
/ AWS-011012601-103CH2S
INSULATION: P

REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER

REVISION MEMO

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM
011-078

Project:

011-074

011-076
011-075
011-080

Item Tags :011-D-0003

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE DISTILLATION UNIT TRAIN 1
PREFLASH REFLUX DRUM
ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE
Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480023.pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480023
2271-011-PID-0021-012

REV:

05

Sheet: 2 of 2

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

41

41

011-E-0015-A / B
TOPPED CRUDE/HVGO EXCHANGERS

40

40

INSULATION (SHELL/TUBE): H/H


TRIM: CRU-011013601-106CS1P
/ HFO-011013602-106CS1P

39

39

38

38

37

37

36

36

TI
0062

35

35

12"-CRU-011013001-106CS1P-H

34

34

TT
0062

33
32

33
32

2"
16"-CRU-011013002-106CS1P-H
MIN.

31

MIN.
30

LO

TOPPED CRUDE
31
TO 011-E-0016-A/B 4031

16"-CRU-011013002-106CS1P-H

LO

10 MIN.

30

2"
29

29

MIN.

2"-CRU-011013016-106CS1P-P

28

28

2"

MIN.

3/4"

106CS1P
101CH2S

25

20"

23

12"-HFO-011013001-103CL2P-S

20"x16"

24

12"
B2

A3

22

B3

A2

21

011-E-0015-A
20

NOTE 4
12"
CL300

20"
CL600

19

TW
0063

18

TW

2"
2"

17

B1

0351

27
26
25

250 mm MIN.

26

2"-CLD-011013315-101CH2S-P

7789

101CS1P
106CS1P

FLO

27

2"-CRU-011013002-106CS1P-P

2"-FLO-011013309-101CS1P-N

24
23

ZHS
0124

ZHA
0124

BY-PASS

ZY
0124

ZYC
0124

POSITIONER

ZLS
0124 O

ZLO
0124

OPEN

ZLS
0124 C

ZLC
0124

CLOSED

25
7788

ZC
0421

22
21
20

NOTE 5
ZHSR RESET
0124

011-E-0015-B
NOTE 4

19

SP

18

FC
0049

17

ZC

A4

0421

16

A1
15

16

B4

12"

20"

ZYV
0124
+

14

TI
0195

PB

FHSR

0049

ZC

15

0421

RESET

14

20"x16"

FT

IA

ATM
ZV
0124
+

2"
CL600

TI

2"-HFO-011013021-103CS1P-S

0068

103CS1P
101CH2S

2"

TT
0068

MIN.

2"-CRU-011013011-106CS1P-P

D
2"-CRU-011013013-106CS1P-P

106CS1P
101CH2S

2"-CLD-011013312-101CH2S-P

106CS1P
101CH2S

250 mm MIN.

MIN.

2"

250 mm MIN.

16"-CRU-011011004-106CS1P-H

MIN.

2"-CLD-011013314-101CH2S-P

2" CL600

12"-HFO-011013002-103CS1P-S

MIN.

2"-CLD-011013313-101CH2S-P
25

HH

2"

25

6357

7831

TT
0389

TI
0389

ZC
0421
CLOSE ZV-0124
CLOSE FV-0049

TOPPED CRUDE

HVGO

FROM 011-G-0004A/B

TO 011-E-0010A/B

DS011-TRJR-480021
3130

DS011-TRJR-480016
2957

D
MIN.

8"x6"

SHELL/TUBE
SHELL/TUBE
IN/OUT IN/OUT

DES.PRESS. barg SHELL/TUBE


DES.TEMP. C
SHELL/TUBE
SURFACE m
DUTY
Gcal/h

011-E-0015-A / B
AES
17.00
33.20
257.80
188.00
207.00
201.40
33.10
43.00
290.00
230.00
1284.0
8.84

NOTE 4

This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

6"

8"x6"

MIN.
3/4"

3/4"-HFO-011013011-103CL2P-S

2"x3/4"

4
3

2"
103CL2P
101CH2S

103CL2P 2"
101CH2S

2
1

2"-CLD-011013302-101CH2S-P
25
4945

25

MVGO

9416

FROM 011-G-0016

1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011(EX 011-TT-0001).


2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.
3- ALL LINES CONNECTED TO CLOSED DRAINS SYSTEMS SHALL BE GRAVITY FLOW DESIGNED.
4- DRAIN VALVE ON EQUIPMENT AND/OR PIPING SHALL BE INSTALLED FLANGE TO FLANGE OR AT MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE EQUIPMENT/PIPING TO BE DRAINED.

EXCHANGERS
TEMA TYPE
OP. PRESS. barg
OP. TEMP. C

10

NC

GENERAL NOTES

1, 2, 3,DELETED.
4- H.V. @ 150C (SHELL AND TUBE SIDE).
5- COMMON RESET SHALL BE CONFIGURATED IN SIL 3 VALVES.
6- DELETED.

3/4"

3/4"

DS011-TRJR-480099
3166

NOTES

4035
HVGO
FROM 011-E-0016-A/B

12"-HFO-011013001-103CL2P-S

2"

6358

CL600
25

MIN. 250 mm

MIN.

12"x6"

MIN.

2"x3/4"

11

FC

MIN.

MIN.

2"

2"

2"-CLD-011013320-101CH2S-P

LPT

MIN.

MIN.
3/4"

10 MIN.

250 mm MIN.

LO

LPT

FC
TSO

MIN.

2"

MIN.

12"x6" 6"

2"-HFO-011013027-103CL2P-S

LO

MIN.

2"-HFO-011013028-103CL2P-S

3/4"

MIN.

TT
0234

FV
0049
+

10
9

12

250 mm MIN.

UC

INST.
PIPING

MIN.

MIN.

1/2"

1/2"

MIN.

0234
11

ATM

TT
0195

2"-CRU-011013012-106CS1P-P

DE

MIN.

TI

6"-HFO-011038003-103CL2P-S

12

13

0049

FYV
0049

DE

13

06

13-MAR-2013

AB

AB: AS BUILT

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

05

06-OCT-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

JMV / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

04

30-SEP-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

03

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

NPS / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

JGT / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

SIGNAL
FROM 011-LC-0048

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

IRG / FBL

RDP / MAC

JAL

DS011-TRJR-480081

00

11-DEC-09

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

VJS / FCB

RDP / MAC

JAL

REV

DATE

COMPANY
STATUS

4026

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
POS.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

DESCRIPTION
FIRE WATER
SERVICE WATER
COOLING WATER
POTABLE WATER
DEMI WATER
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
HP STEAM
MP STEAM
LP STEAM
HP CONDENSATE
MP CONDENSATE
LP CONDENSATE
BFW
PLANT AIR
INSTRUMENT AIR
N.A.

REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER

REVISION MEMO

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

011-075
011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM
011-078

Project:

011-074
011-076
011-075
011-080

Item Tags :011-E-0015-A/B

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE
DISTILLATION UNIT TRAIN 1

TOPPED CRUDE PREHEAT - HVGO


ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE
Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480024 .pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480024
2271-011-PID-0021-013

REV: 06

Sheet: 1 of 3

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

41

011-E-0016-A / B
TOPPED CRUDE/HVGO PA EXCHANGERS

40

INSULATION (SHELL/TUBE): H/H

41

MIN.
2"-CRU-011013003-106CS1P-P
2"-FLO-011013311-101CS1P-N

38

MIN.

LO

LO

3137

MIN.

35

3/4"

14"

A1

16"-CRU-011013002-106CS1P-H

14"
LPT

33

12"

B1

011-E-0016-A

34

2"

2"-CRU-011013017-106CS1P-P

14"x12"

A2

106CS1P
101CH2S

B2

12"

HPT
V

FLO
7759

30

3/4"

V
MIN.

MIN.

MIN.

29

2"

28

31

2"-HFO-011015003-103CL2P-S

2"-FLO-011013302-101CS1P-N

2247

25

LPT

32

2"

2"-CLD-011013316-101CH2S-P

14"x12"

29

MIN.

28

TI

2"-CLD-011013304-101CH2S-P

12"-CRU-011013015-106CS1P-H
MIN.
2"-CRU-011013004-106CS1P-P

16"x12"

18

FLO

106CS1P
101CS1P

2"-FLO-011013310-101CS1P-N

17

11

HVGO
TO 011-E-0015-A/B

21

25

20

MIN.

7760

2"-HFO-011015003-103CL2P-S

19

2"

FLO

TT

TI

0292

0292

3/4"

V
MIN.

18

2"

17

2"
MIN.

MIN.

2"
LO

16

2"
2"-HFO-011013026-103CL2P-S

LO

15
14

103CL2P
101CH2S

2"
12"-HFO-011015003-103CL2P-S

14"x12"

3/4"

14"

A2

011-E-0016-B
A1

14"
LPT

B2

106CS1P
101CH2S

12"

14"x12"
2"

TI
0067

MIN.

MIN.

2"

MIN.

2"
2"-CRU-011013006-106CS1P-P

2"-HFO-011013008-103CL2P-S

2"

2"-HFO-011013023-103CL2P-P

2"-CLD-011013318-101CH2S-P

12
11

V
TT
0196

16"x12"

TI
0196

25

10

7761

NOTE 1
9

2"
8 MIN.

16"x14"

25
7762

MIN.

13

MIN.

2"
D

LPT

MIN.

MIN.

2"-CRU-011013018-106CS1P-P

12"

B1

12"-HFO-011013001-103CL2P-S

22

2"

NOTE 3
4035

103CL2P
101CH2S

HPT

7763

250mm MIN.

12

HPT

2"-CLD-011013319-101CH2S-P

13

3/4"

MIN.

14

2" V

MIN.

2"-CRU-011013008-106CS1P-P

15

MIN.

12"-CRU-011013002-106CS1P-H

UC

23

18"x12"

2246

12"-CRU-011013004-106CS1P-H

16

2"-FLO-011013303-101CS1P-N

24

NOTE 1

18"-HFO-011015003-103CL2P-S

19

25
2673

250 MIN.

NOTE 1

16"x12"

25
2674

MIN.

20

101CS1P
103CL2P

UC

21

18"x12"

2"-HFO-011013025-103CL2P-S

MIN.

2"-CLD-011013303-101CH2S-P

25

2"

MIN.

103CL2P
101CH2S

MIN.

250 MIN.

106CS1P
101CH2S

26

2"

2"-CLD-011013317-101CH2S-P

MIN.

2"

2"

12"-HFO-011013003-103CL2P-S

22

2"-HFO-011013022-103CL2P-P

23

2"

250 MIN.

24

MIN.
2"-HFO-011013007-103CL2P-S

250 mm MIN.

25

MIN.

MIN.

2"-CRU-011013005-106CS1P-P

12"-CRU-011013002-106CS1P-H

26

27

2"

0064

MIN.

27

37
36

12"-HFO-011015003-103CL2P-S

30

10

TOPPED CRUDE
TO 011-E-0017-A

2"

NOTE 3

TOPPED CRUDE
4031FROM 011-E-0015-A/B

12"-CRU-011013003-106CS1P-H

MIN.

32
31

MIN.

HPT

33

38

12"-CRU-011013003-106CS1P-H

101CS1P
103CL2P

34

2"

MIN.

35

39

7764

250 mm MIN.

36

3/4" D

40

TI
0293

FLO

UC

2"-CRU-011013007-106CS1P-P

37

MIN.

12"-CRU-011013014-106CS1P-H

2"

106CS1P
101CS1P

39

TT
0293

7
6
5
4
3

HVGO PA

2"-CLD-011013306-101CH2S-P

2"-CLD-011013305-101CH2S-P

25
25

2684

2694

12"-HFO-011013001-103CL2P-S

HVGO PA

GENERAL NOTES
1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011 (EX 011-TT-0001).
2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.
3- ALL LINES CONNECTED TO CLOSED DRAINS SYSTEMS SHALL BE GRAVITY FLOW DESIGNED.
4- DRAIN VALVE ON EQUIPMENT AND/OR PIPING SHALL BE INSTALLED FLANGE TO FLANGE OR AT MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE EQUIPMENT/PIPING TO BE DRAINED.

NOTES
2, DELETED.
1- SYMMETRICAL ARRANGEMENT.
3- H.V @ 150C ( SHELL AND TUBE SIDE ).
4- DELETED.

EXCHANGERS
TEMA TYPE
OP. PRESS. barg
OP. TEMP. C

SHELL/TUBE
SHELL/TUBE
IN/OUT IN/OUT

DES.PRESS. barg SHELL/TUBE


DES.TEMP. C
SHELL/TUBE
SURFACE m
DUTY
Gcal/h

011-E-0016-A / B
AES
18.00
31.70
280.00
201.40
252.00
222.70
33.10
43.00
315.00
260.00
1506.0
14.00

NOTE 3

This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

TOPPED CRUDE

TO 011-S-0001

TO 011-E-0017-B

DS011-TRJR-480141
4047

DS011-TRJR-480026
3136

05

13-MAR-2013

AB

04

30-SEP-2011

03

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

DESCRIPTION
FIRE WATER
SERVICE WATER
COOLING WATER
POTABLE WATER
DEMI WATER
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
HP STEAM
MP STEAM
LP STEAM
HP CONDENSATE
MP CONDENSATE
LP CONDENSATE
BFW
PLANT AIR
INSTRUMENT AIR
N.A.

REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
FLO

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER
FLUSHING OIL

AB: AS BUILT

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

VSC / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

NPS / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

VSC / FBL

RDP / MAC

JAL

00

11-DEC-2009

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

MVF / FCB

RDP / MAC

JAL

REV

DATE

COMPANY
STATUS

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
POS.

FROM
011-E-0019-A/B-D/E
DS011-TRJR-480028
3138

12"-CRU-011013004-106CS1P-H

250 MIN.

250 MIN.

14"-HFO-011013003-103CL2P-S

103CL2P
101CH2S

106CS1P
101CH2S

REVISION MEMO

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM
011-078

Project:

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE DISTILLATION
UNIT TRAIN 1

TOPPED CRUDE PREHEAT - HVGO PA

011-074
011-076
Item Tags :

011-075
011-080
011-077

ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE

011-E-0016-A/B

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480025.pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480025
2271-011-PID-0021-013

REV:

05

Sheet: 2 of 3

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

41

41

011-E-0017-A / B
TOPPED CRUDE/HAGO PA EXCHANGERS

40

2" V
40

12"-CRU-011014001-106CS1P-H

INSULATION (SHELL/TUBE): H/H

HPT

39

MIN.

38

39

2"-HFO-011022002-103CL2P-P
3/4" D
2" V

36

HPT

35
34

2"
2"

TI

31

0071
LPT

30

103CL2P
101CH2S

2"-HFO-011014003-103CL2P-H

30

250mm MIN.

12"x10"

31

MIN.
29

LPT

2"-CLD-011014314-101CH2S-P

12"-CRU-011013003-106CS1P-H

12"-CRU-011013003-106CS1P-H

MIN.

27

MIN.

2"
D

2"-HFO-011014008-103CL2P-P
MIN.

UC
26

29
28

25

27

7675

MIN.

TOPPED CRUDE
3137FROM 011-E-0016-A

32

MIN.

2"-HFO-011014011-103CL2P-P

14"x12"

33

MIN.

12"

14"

32

10"-HFO-011022002-103CL2P-H

B2

A1

NOTE 5

36

MIN.

A2

011-E-0017-A

33

26

3/4" D
MIN.

103CL2P
101CH2S

2"

MIN.

2"-CLD-011014303-101CH2S-P

23

106CS1P
101CH2S

25

HPT

21

2"-FLO-011014307-101CS1P-N

25

103CL2P
101CS1P

2"-HFO-011022002-103CL2P-P
3/4" D

2681

18

12"x10"

12"-CRU-011013004-106CS1P-H

MIN.
MIN.

B2

A1

12"

14"
14"x12"

MIN.

12"x10"

12

TI

103CL2P
101CH2S

0075

2"-CLD-011014315-101CH2S-P

LPT

2"

MIN.
FT

0013
INST.
PIPING 1/2"
101CL2P
103CL2P

12" 14"x12"

14"x12"

FO

3/4" D

103CL2P
101CH2S

25
2686

14"-HFO-011014002-103CL2P-H

MIN.

3/4"-HFO-011014006-103CL2P-P 2"x3/4"

103CL2P
101CH2S

TO 011-C-0002

DS011-TRJR-480025
3136

DS011-TRJR-480044
3190

10"x8"

8" 10"x8"

IN/OUT IN/OUT

D
7

2"x3/4"

FC

103CL2P
101CH2S
2"-CLD-011014313-101CH2S-P

5
4

10"x8"

8"

6083

25

2685

MIN.
10"-HFO-011014001-103CL2P-H

3/4"

3/4"-HFO-011014005-103CL2P-P

TC
0079

103CL2P
101CH2S

2"-CLD-011014305-101CH2S-P

HAGO PA

05

13-MAR-2013

AB

AB: AS BUILT

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

04

30-SEP-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

03

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

JGT / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

JGT / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

VSC / FBL

RDP / MAC

JAL

00

11-DEC-09

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

JVM / STG

RDP / MAC

JAL

REV

DATE

COMPANY
STATUS

FROM 011-E-0022

25

25

4953

4954

NOTES

DES.PRESS. barg SHELL/TUBE


DES.TEMP. C
SHELL/TUBE
SURFACE m
DUTY
Gcal/h

MIN.

10"-HFO-011014001-103CL2P-H

2"x3/4"

2, 4, - DELETED.
1- SYMMETRICAL ARRANGEMENT.
3- DELETED.
5- H.V @ 150C (SHELL AND TUBE SIDE).
6- DELETED.

SHELL/TUBE
SHELL/TUBE

25

1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011(EX 011-TT-0001).


2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.
3- ALL LINES CONNECTED TO CLOSED DRAINS SYSTEMS SHALL BE GRAVITY FLOW DESIGNED.
4- DRAIN VALVE ON EQUIPMENT AND/OR PIPING SHALL BE INSTALLED FLANGE TO FLANGE OR AT MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE EQUIPMENT/PIPING TO BE DRAINED.

011-E-0017-A / B
AES
6.70
30.40
274.60
222.70
262.10
230.80
33.10
43.00
310.00
260.00
565.0
5.50

3/4"

3/4"

GENERAL NOTES

EXCHANGERS
TEMA TYPE
OP. PRESS. barg
OP. TEMP. C

11

MIN.

3/4"

HAGO PA

FROM 011-E-0016-B

14"x12"

3/4"-HFO-011014010-103CL2P-P

TV
0079

3/4"

MIN.

NC

13

10

TT
0079

14"x12"

10"x8"

10" 14"x10"

4053

12"

2"-CLD-011014304-101CH2S-P

250mm MIN.

14"-HFO-011014007-101CL2P-H

12"-CRU-011013004-106CS1P-H

14"x10"
NOTE 1

3/4"
14"x10"

CRUDE
TO 011-E-0018 C/D

12

PDV
0146

2"
D

2"

2"-CLD-011014306-101CH2S-P
TOPPED CRUDE

14"x10"

10"-HFO-011014002-103CL2P-H

MIN.

FO

PDT
0146

10 MIN.

4"
2

0146

12"-CRU-011014002-106CS1P-H

7674

MIN.

MIN.

FV
0013

1/2"

12"

250mm MIN.

106CS1P
101CH2S

PDC

25

MIN.

250mm MIN.

2"-CLD-011014302-101CH2S-P

FC
0013

250mm MIN.

MIN.

14"x12"

14"x12"

2"-HFO-011014004-103CL2P-H

2"-HFO-011014009-103CL2P-P

UC

14

MIN.

MIN.

2"-CRU-011014004-106CS1P-P

10

2"-HFO-011014012-103CL2P-P

2"

11

15

2"

MIN.

12"-CRU-011013004-106CS1P-H
13

16

MIN.

LPT

17

MIN.

14

NOTE 1

MIN.

A2

011-E-0017-B
NOTE 5

18

12"

B1

15

14"x10"

250mm MIN.

16

19

2258

10"-HFO-011022002-103CL2P-H

HPT

14"

FLO

LPT

2" V

14"x12"

17

20

2500 MIN.

19

CRUDE
22
TO 011-E-0018 A/B4049

MIN.

14"-HFO-011022002-103CL2P-H

20

12"-CRU-011014001-106CS1P-H

2" V

MIN.

2"-CLD-011014301-101CH2S-P

21

23

2680

250mm MIN.

22

24

MIN.

2"-CRU-011014005-106CS1P-P

24

25

250mm MIN.

25

37

12"

B1

34

2249

MIN.

14"x12"
14"

38

FLO

LPT

12"x10"

35

28

103CL2P
101CS1P

37

2"-FLO-011014308-101CS1P-N

NOTE 5

This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

DS011-TRJR-480052
3196

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
POS.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

DESCRIPTION
FIRE WATER
SERVICE WATER
COOLING WATER
POTABLE WATER
DEMI WATER
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
HP STEAM
MP STEAM
LP STEAM
HP CONDENSATE
MP CONDENSATE
LP CONDENSATE
BFW
PLANT AIR
INSTRUMENT AIR
N.A.

REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
FLO

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER
FLUSHING OIL

REVISION MEMO

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM
011-078

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE DISTILLATION UNIT TRAIN 1

TOPPED CRUDE PREHEAT - HAGO PA

Project:

011-074
011-076
Item Tags :

011-075
011-080
011-077

011-E-0017-A/B

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE
Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480026 .pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480026
2271-011-PID-0021-014

REV: 05

Sheet: 1 of 2

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

41

41

011-E-0018-A / B / C / D
TOPPED CRUDE VACUUM RESIDUE EXCHANGER

40

0074

40

16"-CRU-011014003-106CS2P-H

HPT
2"

A2

106CS2P
101CH2S

29
28

14"
CL600

27

TW
TI
0072

CL600
B1

TT

NOTE 5

2"

LPT
12"-CRU-011014001-106CS1P-H

2250

A4

10"

14"x12"

2"-CLD-011014307-101CH2S-P

2"

CRUDE
12"-CRU-011014002-106CS1P-H
4053FROM 011-E-0017-B

MIN.

25

30

011-E-0018-C

B3

29

NOTE 5

10"

CL600
2"

TW
0298

27

CL300

26

2"

TW

B1

25

0299

CL600
A4

011-E-0018-D

24

NOTE 5

B4
10"

23
22

14"x12"
LPT

21
20

MIN.

MIN.

19

18

103CL2P
101CH2S
3/4" D
2"-CLD-011014308-101CH2S-P

10"

31

A3

14"

7709

2"

106CS1P
101CH2S

250mm MIN.

106CS1P
101CH2S

TT

2"-HFO-011014109-103CL2P-S

UC

250mm MIN.

17

2251

1"

10"

32
FLO

MIN.

250mm MIN.

MIN.

2"-FLO-011014304-101CS1P-N

MIN.

2"

TI
0076

33

2"

HPT

A1

2"

2"-HFO-011014110-103CL2P-P

34

28

2"-CRU-011014008-106CS1P-P

2"-CRU-011014006-106CS1P-P
MIN.

14"x12"

0073

LPT

2"

14"

MIN.

19

HPT

A2

7708

TI

MIN.
2"-HFO-011015103-103CL4P-S

B2

25

2"

MIN.

14"

B4

20

0076

25

103CL4P
101CH2S
2"-CLD-011014319-101CH2S-P

MIN.

15

MIN.

21

16

2"

MIN.

CRUDE
4049FROM 011-E-0017-A

MIN.

7707

14"

23

103CL4P
101CH2S

TW
0296

A1

0072

106CS2P
101CH2S

FLO

7706

2"

011-E-0018-B

2"-FLO-011014302-101CS1P-N

2"-CLD-011014317-101CH2S-P

2"

2"

2"-HFO-011014113-103CL4P-S

25

0295

25
24

2"-CLD-011014316-101CH2S-P

10"
CL300

103CL4P
101CS1P

B3

250mm MIN.

NOTE 5

MIN.

011-E-0018-A

30

2"

250mm MIN.

A3

MIN.

2"-CLD-011014318-101CH2S-P

10"

2"
V

2"

35

2397

3/4" D

MIN.

MIN.

2"

14"

2"-HFO-011014112-103CL4P-S

D
2"-HFO-011015103-103CL4P-S

2"-FLO-011014303-101CS1P-N
FLO

1"

MIN.

B2

31

0297

10"-HFO-011015103-103CL4P-S

36

2"

12"x10"

MIN.

14"x12"

32

2"

TI

2"

2"-CRU-011014009-106CS2P-P

2"

33

2"-CRU-011014010-106CS2P-P

250mm MIN.

0294

HPT

2"-CRU-011014003-106CS2P-P

MIN.

TI

MIN.

2"

MIN.

2"

MIN.

26

12"x10"

3/4" D

34

NOTE 4

103CL4P
101CS1P

10"-HFO-011015103-103CL4P-S

17

TI
0077

2"-CLD-011014309-101CH2S-P

2"
16
15

25

25

25

2683

2682

2759

12"-CRU-011014002-106CS1P-H

14

13

13

12"x10"
12

NOTE 1

LPT

12"x10"

12

10"-HFO-011014102-103CL2P-S
11

MIN.

11

2"-HFO-011014111-103CL2P-P

10

UC

MIN.
3/4" D

8"-HFO-011014105-103CL2P-S

TV
0057

103CL2P
103CL4P

10

8"-HFO-011014101-103CL4P-S
8"

MIN.

1/2"

6"x4"

6"-HFO-011014103-103CL2P-S
MIN.

MIN.

TO 011-E-0014
DS011-TRJR-480019
3109

2"x3/4"

MIN.

3/4"

103CL2P
101CH2S

25
7710

103CL2P
101CS1P
2"-FLO-011014305-101CS1P-N

VAC. RESIDUE

MIN.

2"-HFO-011014103-103CL2P-S

3/4"

PIPING

FO

1/2"

8"
2"-CLD-011014310-101CH2S-P

1/2"

INST.
6"x3"

FT
0063 B

3"
NC

6"x3"
3/4"-HFO-011014107-103CL2P-S

MIN.

3/4"
FI
0063 B

2"x3/4"

1"-HFO-011014106-103CL4P-S

1"

2"x1"

103CL4P
101CH2S

FLO
2245
SIGNAL

2"-CLD-011014312-101CH2S-P

FROM 011-TC-0204

DS011-TRJR-480103

25

4056

4955

DS011-TRJR-480081
3205

25

2, 3, 4 -DELETED
1- SYMMETRICAL ARRANGEMENT.
5- HV@150C (SHELL AND TUBE SIDE)
6- DELETED.

SHELL/TUBE
SHELL/TUBE
IN/OUT IN/OUT

DES.PRESS. barg SHELL/TUBE


DES.TEMP. C
SHELL/TUBE
SURFACE m
DUTY
Gcal/h

This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

SIGNAL
FROM TC 0057

DS011-TRJR-480019

DS011-TRJR-480029
3200

3983

05

13-MAR-2013

AB

MIN.
AB: AS BUILT

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

04

30-SEP-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

03

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

JMV / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MRM / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

JGT / STG

RDP / MAC

JAL

00

11-DEC-2009

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

IRG/STG

RDP/MAC

JAL

REV

DATE

COMPANY
STATUS

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

DESCRIPTION
FIRE WATER
SERVICE WATER
COOLING WATER
POTABLE WATER
DEMI WATER
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
HP STEAM
MP STEAM
LP STEAM
HP CONDENSATE
MP CONDENSATE
LP CONDENSATE
BFW
PLANT AIR
INSTRUMENT AIR
N.A.

REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

2
1

FROM 011-E-0020

4956

1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011(EX 011-TT-0001).


2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.
3- ALL LINES CONNECTED TO CLOSED DRAINS SYSTEMS SHALL BE GRAVITY FLOW DESIGNED.
4- DRAIN VALVE ON EQUIPMENT AND/OR PIPING SHALL BE INSTALLED FLANGE TO FLANGE OR AT MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE EQUIPMENT/PIPING TO BE DRAINED.

NOTES

25

VACUUM RESIDUE

POS.

2760

2"-CLD-011014311-101CH2S-P
VAC. RESIDUE
(QUENCH)
TO 011-C-0003

L
103CL2P
101CH2S

NC

MIN.

GENERAL NOTES

011-E-0018-A / B/ C/ D
AES
16.50
29.60
302.80
229.40
265.00
244.90
33.10
43.00
NOTE 5
340.00
280.00
2484.0
10.74

MIN.

103CL2P
101CH2S

1/2"

1/2"

250mm MIN.

2"-CLD-011014320-101CH2S-P

10"-HFO-011014102-103CL2P-S

3/4"-HFO-011014114-103CL2P-S
MIN.

4" 6"x4"

12"-HFO-011015103-103CL4P-S

LPT

MIN.

1/2"

250mm MIN.

2"

250mm MIN.

FV
0063

103CL2P
103CL4P

PIPING

6"-HFO-011014104-101CL2P-S

0080

2"-HFO-011014108-103CL2P-S

1"
103CL2P
101CL2P

0080

1/2"

1/2"

FC

INST.

0063 A

MIN.

TT

FC
0063 A

12"x10"

250mm MIN.

TI

FT

MIN.

MIN.

10 MIN.

2"

EXCHANGERS
TEMA TYPE
OP. PRESS. barg
OP. TEMP. C

38
37

MIN.

101CS1P
106CS2P

MIN.

MIN.

2"-FLO-011014301-101CS1P-N

2248

35

2"

4058

16"x12"

106CS2P
101CS1P

16"x12"

MIN.

12"-CRU-011014003-106CS2P-H

NOTE 1
FLO

TOPPED CRUDE
TO 011-E-0019

MIN.

2"-CRU-011014003-106CS2P-P

36

39

2"

250mm MIN.

37

14

0074
10 MIN.

INSULATION (SHELL/TUBE): H/H

MIN.

38

18

TI

TRIM: CRU-011014601-106CS2P / HFO-011014101-103CL4P

39

22

TT

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
FLO

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER
FLUSHING OIL

REVISION MEMO

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM
011-078

Project:

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE DISTILLATION UNIT TRAIN 1

TOPPED CRUDE PREHEAT - VACUUM RESIDUE

011-074
011-076
Item Tags :

011-075
011-080
011-077

011-E-0018-A/B/C/D

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE
Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480027.pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480027
2271-011-PID-0021-014

REV:

05

Sheet: 2 of 2

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

011-E-0019-A / B / C / D / E / F
TOPPED CRUDE / HVGO PA EXCHANGERS
LPT

MIN.

12"-CRU-011015017-106CL2P-H

2"

2"-CRU-011015032-106CS2P-P
LPT

14"
V
CL300

12"

B1

A1

16

14"

2"

TI
0082

14"x12"

2"-HFO-011015005-103CL2P-S

2"-CRU-011015009-106CS2P-H

13

MIN.

B5

LPT

MIN.

2"-HFO-011015006-103CL2P-S

LPT

MIN.

MIN.

MIN.
250mm MIN.

MIN.

MIN.
2"-HFO-011015009-103CL2P-P

106CS2P
101CH2S

2"-CLD-011015306-101CH2S-P
18"x12"

25

25

25

2731

2732

2737

18"x12"

NOTE 1

NOTE 1
16"x12"

TI
0089

TT
0089

2"

18"x12"

NOTE 1

12"-CRU-011014003-106CS2P-H

HVGO PA
TO 011-E-0016
DS011-TRJR-480025
3138

SHELL/TUBE
SHELL/TUBE
IN/OUT IN/OUT

DES.PRESS. barg SHELL/TUBE


DES.TEMP. C
SHELL/TUBE
SURFACE m
DUTY
Gcal/h

NOTE 3

This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

MIN.

250 mm MIN.

103CL2P
101CS1P

2"-CRU-011015033-106CL2P-P

MIN.

101CS1P
106CL2P

MIN.

21
20

103CL2P
101CH2S

19
18

25
7698

12"

17
16
15
14
13

LPT

MIN.

11

V
3/4"

MIN.

12"-HFO-011015002-103CL2P-S

V
3/4"

2"-CRU-011015011-106CL2P-P

106CL2P
101CH2S
2"-CLD-011015304-101CH2S-P

D
103CL2P
101CH2S

2"-CLD-011015307-101CH2S-P

2733

2734

12"-HFO-011039003-103CL2P-S

2"

2"-HFO-011015007-103CL2P-S

103CL2P
101CH2S

MIN.

MIN.
2"

UC

UC

10

2"

8
7
6
5

2"-CLD-011015308-101CH2S-P
25

25

2735

2736

4
3
2

10"-HFO-011015004-103CL2P-S
18"-HFO-011039003-103CL2P-S
NC
2"
2"-HFO-011015013-103CL2P-S

PIPING.
1/2"

2"
MIN.

103CL2P
101CH2S

25

INST.

TT
0240

TI
0240

FT
0064

FI
0064

AB: AS BUILT

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

VSC / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

IGR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

HVGO PA

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

ARV / STG

RDP / MAC

JAL

FROM 011-G-0017

00

11-DEC-2009

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

ARV / FCB

RDP / MAC

JAL

REV

DATE

COMPANY
STATUS

1/2"

DS011-TRJR-480101
3210

7704

NOTES

011-E-0019-A - F
AES
19.40
27.90
322.90
244.10
280.00
276.10
33.10
43.00
355.00
310.00
2836.0
22.75

MIN.

25

1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011 (EX 011-TT-0001).


2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.
3- ALL LINES CONNECTED TO CLOSED DRAINS SYSTEMS SHALL BE GRAVITY FLOW DESIGNED.
4- DRAIN VALVE ON EQUIPMENT AND/OR PIPING SHALL BE INSTALLED FLANGE TO FLANGE OR AT MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE EQUIPMENT/PIPING TO BE
DRAINED.

EXCHANGERS
TEMA TYPE
OP. PRESS. barg
OP. TEMP. C

2"

LPT

2"-HFO-011015008-103CL2P-S

25

GENERAL NOTES

1- SYMMETRICAL ARRANGEMENT.
2- TO MIN DISTANCE FROM OUTLET NOZZLE.
3- H.V.@150C (SHELL AND TUBE SIDE).
4- DELETED.

22

MIN.

12"-HFO-011015003-103CL2P-S

250 mm MIN. MIN.

18"x12"

12"-HFO-011015003-103CL2P-S
16"x12"

2738

2"-CLD-011015303-101CH2S-P

2"-CLD-011015302-101CH2S-P
2"-CLD-011015305-101CH2S-P

LPT

25

106CL2P
101CH2S

103CL2P
101CH2S

MIN.

103CL2P
101CH2S

2"-CLD-011015322-101CH2S-P

UC

2"

2"

V
3/4"

MIN.

MIN.

2"-CRU-011015012-106CL2P-P

23

12

2"

10 MIN.

UC

2"

250mm MIN.

12"-HFO-011015001-103CL2P-S

24

B5

14"

2"

TW
0307

TI
0087

LPT

MIN.

MIN.

MIN.

250mm MIN.

2"-CLD-011015301-101CH2S-P

250mm MIN.

V
3/4"

12"-CRU-011014003-106CS2P-H

106CS2P
101CH2S

2"-CRU-011015025-106CS2P-P

MIN.
D

MIN.

2"

MIN.
LPT

2"-CRU-011015010-106CS2P-H

11

MIN.

2"

14"x12"

12"
A5

A2

NOTE 3

12"

TW
0306

011-E-0019-E

B6

14"

12"

14"

2"

14"
B2

A6

A1

12

10

MIN.

B1

CL300

2"

0305

12"

011-E-0019-F

A2

2"

LPT

LPT

14

TW
0303

CL600

TW
14"

7734

MIN.

15

NOTE 3

12"

B4
12"

A3

HPT

25

12"
A5

011-E-0019-B

B6

2"

TW
0302

14"
B2

A6

011-E-0019-C

17

0301

12"
A4

MIN.

TW
14"

18

2"

NOTE 3

25

MIN.

011-E-0019-D

HPT

MIN.

2"

14"-CRU-011015003-106CL2P-H

26

HPT

HPT
2"
V

B3

28
27

14"

2"-CLD-011015319-101CH2S-P

19

2"

250mm MIN.

CL600

103CL2P
101CH2S

20

2"
2"

MIN.
2"-HFO-011015010-103CL2P-P

21

MIN.

MIN.
2"-CRU-011015026-106CS2P-P

14"-CRU-011015002-106CL2P-H

7699

3/4"

30
29

2297

12"-HFO-011039003-103CL2P-S

B4
12"

A3

25

14"

2"

MIN.

NOTE 3

FLO

MIN.

A4

106CL2P
101CH2S

2"-FLO-011015304-101CS1P-N

2"-HFO-011039003-103CL2P-S

2"

MIN.

B3

011-E-0019-A

MIN.

250mm MIN.

12"

TW
0304

250mm MIN.

0300

2"

NOTE 2

2"

2"-CLD-011015321-101CH2S-P

14"

2" V

0309

31

MIN.

2"-CLD-011015320-101CH2S-P

TW

2"

2"

TI

7703

2"

2"-HFO-011015011-103CL2P-S

14"x12"

34

MIN.

MIN.

HPT

35
4060

32

250mm MIN.

2"

TOPPED CRUDE
TO 011-E-0020A-F

2"

14"x12"

25

22

2243

3/4" D

7733

2"-CLD-011015317-101CH2S-P

23

3/4"

25

LPT

26

24

FLO
2296

FLO

2"-CRU-011015004-106CL2P-P

2"-FLO-011015303-101CS1P-N

12"-CRU-011015004-106CL2P-H

25

0308

250 mm MIN.

MIN.

NOTE 2
2"

TI

2"-FLO-011015302-101CS1P-N

12"-HFO-011039003-103CL2P-S

27

MIN.

2"-HFO-011039003-103CL2P-S

106CL2P
101CH2S

28

2"-CLD-011015318-101CH2S-P

103CL2P
101CS1P

3/4" D

106CS2P
101CH2S

MIN.

2244

29

MIN.

MIN.

16"-CRU-011015004-106CL2P-H

33

HPT

2"
2"
D

NOTE 1

LPT

2" V

250 mm MIN.

101CS1P
106CL2P

2"-CRU-011015004-106CL2P-P

2"

36

16"x12"

2"
D

MIN.

2"-FLO-011015301-101CS1P-N

FLO

16"x12"

MIN.

250 mm MIN.

MIN.

31
30

MIN.
2"-CRU-011015031-106CL2P-P

32

HPT

37

2"
10 MIN.
12"-CRU-011015004-106CL2P-H

MIN.

33

2"

16"-CRU-011014003-106CS2P-H

34

0083

2"

36
35

38

TT

250 mm MIN.

37

39

NC

106CS2P
106CL2P

TOPPED CRUDE
FROM 011-E-0018
4058

40

TI
0083

2"

12"-CRU-011015001-106CS2P-H

39
38

INSULATION (SHELL/TUBE): H/H


TRIM: CRU-011015601-106CL2P
TRIM: HFO-011015601-103CL2P

2"

40

41

2"-HFO-011015012-103CL2P-S

41

05

13-MAR-2013

AB

04

30-SEP-2011

03

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
POS.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

DESCRIPTION
FIRE WATER
SERVICE WATER
COOLING WATER
POTABLE WATER
DEMI WATER
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
HP STEAM
MP STEAM
LP STEAM
HP CONDENSATE
MP CONDENSATE
LP CONDENSATE
BFW
PLANT AIR
INSTRUMENT AIR
N.A.

REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

FLO

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER

FLUSHING OIL

REVISION MEMO

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM
011-078

Project:

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE DISTILLATION
UNIT TRAIN 1

TOPPED CRUDE PREHEAT - HVGO PA

011-074
011-076
Item Tags :

011-075
011-080
011-077

ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE

011-E-0019 A/B/C/D/E/F

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480028.pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480028
2271-011-PID-0021-015

REV:

05

Sheet: 1 of 2

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

41

41

011-E-0020-A/ B/ C/ D/ E/ F
TOPPED CRUDE / VACUUM RESIDUE EXCHANGERS

40

0084

MIN.

10"-CRU-011015008-106CL2P-H

LPT

38

NC

38

TT
0084

2"
37

2"-CRU-011015035-106CL2P-P
16"x12"

MIN.

12"-CRU-011015007-106CL2P-H

2"
V

14"x12"
14"

B4
10"

A3
14"

TW

0313

2"-CRU-011015013-106CL2P-H

25

14"
14"x12"

2"-HFO-011015108-103CL4P-S

MIN.
0319

5
25

2740

3
2

2"-CLD-011015313-101CH2S-P

25

25

25

2741

2739

2743

10"-HFO-011015103-103CL4P-S

12"x10"

TI
0085

12

2"

MIN.

MIN.

103CL4P
101CH2S

106CL2P
101CH2S

2"-CLD-011015311-101CH2S-P

106CL2P
101CH2S

2"-CLD-011015316-101CH2S-P

25

25

25

25

2744

2745

2742

2746

8
7
6
5
4

10"-HFO-011039103-103CL4P-S

3
2

TO 011-F-0001
DS011-TRJR-480311
4062

2" CL600

NC

TT

TI

0242

0242

MIN.

2"

12"-HFO-011039103-103CL4P-S

250mm MIN.

103CL4P
101CH2S
2"-CLD-011015326-101CH2S-P
25

VAC. RESIDUE
FROM 011-G-0018
DS011-TRJR-480103
3223

GENERAL NOTES
1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011 (EX 011-TT-0001).
2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.
3- ALL LINES CONNECTED TO CLOSED DRAINS SYSTEMS SHALL BE GRAVITY FLOW DESIGNED.
4- DRAIN VALVE ON EQUIPMENT AND/OR PIPING SHALL BE INSTALLED FLANGE TO FLANGE OR AT MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE EQUIPMENT/PIPING TO BE
DRAINED.

NOTES

This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

103CL4P
101CH2S

2"-CLD-011015312-101CH2S-P
2"-CLD-011015315-101CH2S-P

05

13-MAR-2013

AB

AB: AS BUILT

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

04

30-SEP-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

03

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

JMV / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MVF / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

ARV / STG

RDP / MAC

JAL

00

11-DEC-2009

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

ARV / STG

RDP / MAC

JAL

REV

7770

NOTE 3

10

LPT

2"

DS011-TRJR-480027
3200

IN/OUT IN/OUT

2"

11

2"-HFO-011015113-103CL4P-S

TO 011-E-0018

DES.PRESS. barg SHELL/TUBE


DES.TEMP. C
SHELL/TUBE
SURFACE m
DUTY
Gcal/h

MIN.

2"

2"

1- SYMMETRICAL ARRANGEMENT.
2- TO MIN. DISTANCE FROM OUTLET NOZZLE.
3- H.V @ 150C (SHELL AND TUBE SIDE).
4- DELETED.

2"-CRU-011015016-106CL2P-P

MIN.

MIN.

1" D

TOPPED CRUDE

MIN.

TT
0085

VAC. RESIDUE

SHELL/TUBE
SHELL/TUBE

2"-HFO-011015106-103CL4P-S

10"-HFO-011015103-103CL4P-S

MIN.

NOTE 1

3/4" D

12"x10"

NOTE 1 12"x10"

12"-CRU-011015004-106CL2P-H

011-E-0020-A - F
AES
17.50
25.60
360.00
276.10
308.00
298.00
33.10
43.00
390.00
330.00
3539.0
15.80

15

LPT

12"x10"
NOTE 1

16"x12"

EXCHANGERS
TEMA TYPE
OP. PRESS. barg
OP. TEMP. C

7771

16

250mm MIN.

2"-CLD-011015310-101CH2S-P

2"-CLD-011015314-101CH2S-P

10 MIN.

16"x12"
16"-CRU-011015004-106CL2P-H

17

25

13

250mm MIN.

103CL4P
101CH2S

106CL2P
101CH2S

10"-HFO-011015104-103CL4P-S

2"-CLD-011015328-101CH2S-P

UC

MIN.

MIN.

MIN.

250mm MIN.

2"-CLD-011015309-101CH2S-P

18

MIN.

2"

2"

103CL4P
101CH2S

12"-CRU-011015004-106CL2P-H

2"

250mm MIN.

250mm MIN.

MIN.

MIN.

250mm MIN.

2"

106CL2P
101CH2S

2"-CRU-011015014-106CL2P-P

MIN.

250mm MIN.

1" D
MIN.

MIN.

19

10"-HFO-011015102-103CL4P-S

10"-HFO-011039103-103CL4P-S

MIN.

20

B5
10"

A2

UC
3/4" D

10"
A5

MIN.
2"-HFO-011015110-103CL4P-P

UC

2"

14"
B2

10"-HFO-011015101-103CL4P-S

12

10

TW
0318

2"

14

2"-HFO-011015109-103CL4P-P

MIN.

103CL4P
101CH2S

2"-HFO-011015107-103CL4P-S

MIN.

MIN.

UC

22

2"

LPT

2"-CRU-011015028-106CL2P-P

11

23

2"
D

LPT

TW

0320

2"-CRU-011015015-106CL2P-H

13

2"-CRU-011015027-106CL2P-P

MIN.

14"

2"

TI
LPT

LPT

MIN.

MIN.

25

2"

24

2"

NOTE 3

7773

2"-HFO-011015105-103CL4P-S

14

26

CL300

011-E-0020-E

B6
10"

A1

2"-CLD-011015325-101CH2S-P

LPT

10"
A6

NOTE 3
10"

2"

CL600

LO

16"-CRU-011015007-106CL2P-H

LPT

TW

2"

HPT
10"
A4

MIN.

15

TI
0315

2"-HFO-011015112-103CL4P-S

0317
14"

011-E-0020-F

LPT

2"

14"-CRU-011015006-106CL2P-H

TW

B5

14"

25
7780

HPT

B1

A2

LO

HPT

10"
A5

MIN.

14"x12"

NOTE 3

27

LPT

21

103CL4P
101CH2S

0312

011-E-0020-B

B6
10"

A1
14"

2"

28

B4
10"

A3
14"

2"-FLO-011015309-101CS1P-N

MIN.

250mm MIN.

NOTE 3

NOTE 3

30

2301

106CL2P
101CH2S

011-E-0020-D

2"

2"
14"
B2

A6

011-E-0020-C

CL300

2"

TW

10"

B1

2"
2"

0311
14"

250mm MIN.

MIN.

250mm MIN.

HPT

16

TW

1"

29

B3

2"

17

14"

2"-HFO-011015111-103CL4P-S

20

14"x12"

LO

2"

14"-CRU-011015005-106CL2P-H

21

18

LO

A4

CL600

19

2"

10"

HPT

22

HPT

MIN.

2"

25
7779

HPT

2"

12"-CRU-011015007-106CL2P-H

0316

NOTE 3

2" V

23

NOTE 2

LPT

011-E-0020-A

0310

24

MIN.

2"

31
FLO

TI
0321

B3

TW

3/4" D

7783

MIN.

25

25

2"

MIN.

HPT

2300

32

250mm MIN.

2"

TI
0314

FLO

2299

2"-CRU-011015007-106CL2P-P

2"-FLO-011015308-101CS1P-N

MIN.

2"-HFO-011039103-103CL4P-S
MIN.

2"-CLD-011015327-101CH2S-P

NOTE 2

1"

FLO

2"-CRU-011015036-106CL2P-H

MIN.

D 3/4"

2"-FLO-011015305-101CS1P-N

33

2"

MIN.

250mm MIN.

106CL2P
101CH2S

250mm MIN.

2298

2"-HFO-011039103-103CL4P-S

103CL4P
101CS1P

2"-CRU-011015007-106CL2P-P

2"-FLO-011015306-101CS1P-N
101CS1P
106CL2P

FLO

2"-CLD-011015323-101CH2S-P

26

D
16"-CRU-011015004-106CL2P-H

27

MIN.

2"

31

28

MIN.

101CS1P
106CL2P

MIN.
MIN.

106CL2P
101CH2S
2"-CLD-011015324-101CH2S-P

MIN.

34

MIN.

2"-CRU-011015034-106CL2P-P

32

29

16"x12"
LPT

MIN.

2"

33

30

35

MIN.
2"

34

36

2"

NOTE 1

MIN.

TOPPED CRUDE
4060
FROM 011-E-0019 A/F

MIN.

35

37

10 MIN.

LPT

36

39

103CL4P
101CS1P

39

40

TI

TRIM: CRU-011015602-106CL2P / HFO-011015101-103CL4P


INSULATION (SHELL/TUBE): H/H

DATE

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
POS.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

DESCRIPTION
FIRE WATER
SERVICE WATER
COOLING WATER
POTABLE WATER
DEMI WATER
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
HP STEAM
MP STEAM
LP STEAM
HP CONDENSATE
MP CONDENSATE
LP CONDENSATE
BFW
PLANT AIR
INSTRUMENT AIR
N.A.

REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

FLO

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER

FLUSHING OIL

COMPANY
STATUS

REVISION MEMO

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM
011-078

Project:

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE
DISTILLATION UNIT TRAIN 1

TOPPED CRUDE PREHEAT - VAC. RESIDUE

011-074
011-076
Item Tags :

011-075
011-080
011-077

011-E-0020 A/B/C/D/E/F

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE
Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480029 .pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480029
2271-011-PID-0021-015

REV: 05

Sheet: 2 of 3

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

41

41

RESET

40

ZHSR

ZC

0003

0330

39

ZHXS ES
0003

38

0332

BY VENDOR
40

ZPZV
0018

ZHXS ES

ZC

NOTE 13

1/2"D3/4"
12.00
+

39

0003 L
38

NOTE 2
1"-IAI-011016301-301CG2P-N

37

BY-PASS

CLOSED

ZYV
0003
+

36

ZHA

ZYC

ZLO

ZLC

0003

0003

0003

0003

INST.

37

NOTE 12

1"-IAI-011220302-301CG2P-N

ZLS
0003 O

ATM

ZLS
0003 C

10

34

ZV
0003

3/4"

33
32

35

6"-MPS-011016304-103CS1P-H

ZY
0003

8"-MPS-011016301-103CS1P-H

2215

31

6"

EMERGENCY STEAM

FC
TSO
NOTE 8

3/4"

ST
30
29

3/4" D

3/4"

3/4"

31
30

28

3/4" D

27

RO
0001
+

NC

ZC
0332

26

26

25

25

103CS1P
103CL2P

24

24

FT

1/2"

1/2"

MIN.

FC
0015 A

L
FV
0015 A
+

21

6"-CRU-011015018-106CL2P-H

1/2"

1/2"

1/2"

1/2"

FT

6"x4"

ZC
0330

14

4"

17

6"x4"

16

3/4"

0015 AC

FI
0015 A

3/4"-CRU-011016002-106CL2P-P

15

2"x3/4"
LL

12

FC
0015 B

11

106CL2P
101CH2S

14
13

250 mm MIN.

ZC
0332

13

FMC

RO
0002

12

2"-CLD-011016301-101CH2S-P

11

10

103CS1P
103CL2P

25

FT

FY

0015 BA

0015 B

1/2"

1/2"

MIN.
FV
0015 B
+

6"x4"

1/2"

1/2"

1/2"

FROM 011-E-0020
DS011-TRJR-480311
5533

SIGNAL

SIGNAL

SIGNAL

SIGNAL

SIGNAL

SIGNAL

FROM TY-0097 A

TO TY-0097 AA

TO FY-0014 A

FROM TY-0097 B

TO FY-0014 A

TO TY-0097 AA

DS011-TRJR-480311

DS011-TRJR-480034

DS011-TRJR-480311

DS011-TRJR-480035

DS011-TRJR-480311

DS011-TRJR-480034

5541

5509

5542

5545

5544

5510

MIN.
NOTE 3

FO
4"

INST

6"-CRU-011017003-103CL2P-H

FT
0015 BB
FT
FI

0330

0015 B

4"

3/4"

3/4"-CRU-011016003-106CL2P-P

0015 BC

ZC

6
5
4

6"x4"

NC

MIN.
2oo3

6"x4"

2"x3/4"
LL

106CL2P
101CH2S

TOPPED CRUDE
FROM 011-E-0020

250 mm MIN.

TOPPED CRUDE

6"-CRU-011015019-106CL2P-H

6"-CRU-011015018-106CL2P-H

6"-CRU-011017003-103CL2P-H

PIPING

1/2"

6"x4"

MIN.

PASS 2 6"-CRU-011015019-106CL2P-H

LO

2"-CLD-011016302-101CH2S-P

DS011-TRJR-480311
5534

TOPPED CRUDE

TOPPED CRUDE

TO 011-F-0001

TO 011-F-0001

DS011-TRJR-480035
3233

DS011-TRJR-480034
3230

2
1

MIN.

10

4964

106CL2P
103CL2P

PIPING INST.

20

NC

MIN.

FT

2oo3
15

6"-CRU-011016001-103CL2P-H
NOTE 3

18

0015 AB

16

21

19

INST.

18
17

MIN.

6"x4"

PIPING

19

22

FO
4"

MIN.

20

6"-CRU-011016001-103CL2P-H

MIN.

PASS 1

6"x4"

23

6"-CRU-011016001-103CL2P-H

22

FY
0015 A

LO

FMC

106CL2P
103CL2P

PIPING INST.

0015 AA
23

32

29

3/4"

27

33

13

28

36

6277

MFR. PIPING

PIPING. MFR.

DE

ZHS
0003

4077

17

35
34

EMERGENCY STEAM
TO PASS 3 TO 8

8"-MPS-011016301-103CS1P-H

PIPING

6"-MPS-011016302-103CS1P-H

OPEN

ZPI
0003 A

06

13-MAR-2013

AB

AB : AS BUILT

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

05

06-OCT-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

JGT / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

04

30-SEP-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

03

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

VSC / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

VSC / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

VSC / STG

RDP / MAC

JAL

00

11-DEC-2009

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

MRM / STG

RDP / MAC

JAL

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

APPR/AUTH BY

25
4963

REV

GENERAL NOTES
1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011(EX 011-TT-0001).
2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.
3- ALL LINES CONNECTED TO CLOSED DRAIN SYSTEMS SHALL BE GRAVITY FLOW DESIGNED.

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
POS.

1
2
3
4- DRAIN VALVE ON EQUIPMENT AND/OR PIPING SHALL BE INSTALLED FLANGE TO FLANGE OR AT MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE EQUIPMENT/PIPING TO BE DRAINED.
4
5
NOTES
6
1,4,5,6,7,9,10,11 DELETED.
7
2- LOCAL EMERGENCY SWITCH BEHIND FIREWALL OR IN SAFE LOCATION.
8
3- TWO PHASES FLOW DURING TURNDOWN.
9
8- ZV-0003 TO BE LOCATED AT MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM INJECTION POINT.
10
12- AIR VESSEL TO ALLOW 3 FULL STROKES CAPACITIES. AND SHALL BE LOCATED OUTSIDE THE FIRE HAZARDOUS AREA.
11
13- 1002D VOTING LOGIC BETWEEN SIGNALS ZHSX-0003-A (PIB) AND ZHSX-0003-B(MCB).
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

DATE

DESCRIPTION
FIRE WATER
SERVICE WATER
COOLING WATER
POTABLE WATER
DEMI WATER
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
HP STEAM
MP STEAM
LP STEAM
HP CONDENSATE
MP CONDENSATE
LP CONDENSATE
BFW
PLANT AIR
INSTRUMENT AIR
N.A.

REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER

COMPANY
STATUS

REVISION MEMO

REF. DWG

011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


011-078

PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM


Project:

011-074
011-076
011-075
011-080

Item Tags :

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING

CRUDE
DISTILLATION UNIT TRAIN 1
CRUDE HEATER INLET
ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE
Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480030.pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480030
2271-011-PID-0021-016

REV:

06

Sheet: 1 of 4

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

41

41

40

40

39

39

38

38

37

37

8"-MPS-011016301-103CS1P-H

8"-MPS-011016301-103CS1P-H

EMERGENCY STEAM
TO PASS 5 TO 8

36 4077
35

FY
0015 C

33

FT

FC
0015 C

FMC
L

ZC
0332

0015 CA

32

1/2"

1/2"

1/2"

1/2"

106CL2P
103CL2P

31

FV
0015 C
+

30

PASS 3

6"x4"

6"-CRU-011015020-106CL2P-H

28

33

103CS1P
103CL2P

32

LO

31
30

MIN.

4" 6"x4"

29

NOTE 2

FO

MIN.

29

34

RO
0029

MIN.

FT
0015 CC

36
35

6"-MPS-011016306-103CS1P-H

6"-MPS-011016308-103CS1P-H

34

4142

28

27

27

1/2"

1/2"

26

6"x4"
FT
0015 CB

2oo3
ZC
0330

24

NC

MIN.
3/4"-CRU-011016004-106CL2P-P

FI
0015 C

25

3/4"
D

2"x3/4"

LL

26

6"x4"

24

MIN.

25

4"

23

23

106CL2P
101CH2S

21

2"-CLD-011016303-101CH2S-P

20

22

250mm MIN.

22

21
20

25
4967

19

19

18

18

17

17

16

16

RO
0030
+

15

15

103CS1P
103CL2P

14

14

12

FT

LO
FY

FC

0015 D

0015 D

FMC

13

ZC
0332

12

0015 DA
11

1/2"

1/2"

1/2"

FV
0015 D
+

6"x4"

PASS 4 6"-CRU-011015021-106CL2P-H

MIN.

4" 6"x4"
8

NOTE 2

FO

MIN.

10

6"-CRU-011017005-103CL2P-H

1/2"

106CL2P
103CL2P

10

11

1/2"

1/2"
6"x4"

2oo3
ZC
0330

TOPPED CRUDE
FROM 011-E-0020
DS011-TRJR-480311
4078

SIGNAL

SIGNAL

SIGNAL

SIGNAL

SIGNAL

SIGNAL

TO FY-0014 A

TO TY-0097 AA

FROM TY-0097 C

FROM TY-0097 D

TO FY-0014 A

TO TY-0097 AA

DS011-TRJR-480311

DS011-TRJR-480034

DS011-TRJR-480036

DS011-TRJR-480037

DS011-TRJR-480311

DS011-TRJR-480034

4082

5500

5497

5501

4084

5499

2"x3/4"

106CL2P
101CH2S

5
4
3

25
4968

TOPPED CRUDE
FROM 011-E-0020
DS011-TRJR-480311
5536

1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011(EX 011-TT-0001).


2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.
3- ALL LINES CONNECTED TO CLOSED DRAIN SYSTEMS SHALL BE GRAVITY FLOW DESIGNED.
4- DRAIN VALVE ON EQUIPMENT AND/OR PIPING SHALL BE INSTALLED FLANGE TO FLANGE OR AT MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE EQUIPMENT/PIPING TO BE DRAINED.

NOTES
1,3,4 DELETED.
2- TWO PHASES FLOW DURING TURNDOWN.

TOPPED CRUDE

TO 011-F-0001

TO 011-F-0001

DS011-TRJR-480037
3187

DS011-TRJR-480036
3178

2"-CLD-011016304-101CH2S-P

GENERAL NOTES

This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

3/4"

TOPPED CRUDE

6"-CRU-011015021-106CL2P-H

3/4"-CRU-011016005-106CL2P-P

LL

6"-CRU-011015020-106CL2P-H

NC

MIN.

FI
0015 D

6"x4"

250mm MIN.

FT
0015 DB

4"

MIN.

6"-CRU-011017004-103CL2P-H

FT
0015 DC

MIN.

13

05

13-MAR-2013

AB

AB : AS BUILT

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

04

30-SEP-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

03

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

JMV / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

JMV / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MMG / STG

RDP / MAC

JAL

00

11-DEC-2009

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

MRM / FCB

RDP / MAC

JAL

REV

DATE

COMPANY
STATUS

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
POS.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

DESCRIPTION
FIRE WATER
SERVICE WATER
COOLING WATER
POTABLE WATER
DEMI WATER
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
HP STEAM
MP STEAM
LP STEAM
HP CONDENSATE
MP CONDENSATE
LP CONDENSATE
BFW
PLANT AIR
INSTRUMENT AIR
N.A.

REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER

REVISION MEMO

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM
011-078

Project:

011-074
011-076
011-075
011-080

Item Tags :

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE DISTILLATION UNIT TRAIN 1

CRUDE HEATER INLET


ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE
Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480031.pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480031
2271-011-PID-0021-016

REV: 05

Sheet: 2 of 4

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

41

41

40

40

39

39

38

38

37

37

EMERGENCY STEAM

NOTE 3

8"-MPS-011016301-103CS1P-H

EMERGENCY STEAM
TO PASS 7 AND 8

36 4142FROM HEADER

4147

6"-MPS-011016310-103CS1P-H
6"-MPS-011016312-103CS1P-H

35
34

FY
0015 E

33

FC
0015 E

32

FMC
L

ZC
0332

FT
0015 EB

31

FT
0015 EA

30

1/2"

1/2"

FV
0015 E
+

6"x4"

1/2"
2oo3

25

ZC
0330

24

32
31

103CS1P
103CL2P

30

28

MIN.

4" 6"x4"

6"-CRU-011017006-103CL2P-H
NOTE 2

27
26

1/2"

25

6"x4"

FT
0015 EC

LL

29

1/2"
1/2"

PIPING
INST.

FI
0015 E

33

FO

MIN.

6"-CRU-011015022-106CL2P-H

26

22

24

6"x4"

NC

MIN.
3/4"-CRU-011016006-106CL2P-P

23

4"

23

3/4"
D

2"x3/4"

22

MIN.

PASS 5

34

RO
0031

MIN.

1/2"

28
27

35

LO
106CL2P
103CL2P

INST.
PIPING 1/2"

29

36

21

19

250mm MIN.

106CL2P
101CH2S

20

21

RO
0032

2"-CLD-011016305-101CH2S-P

20
19

18

18
25

17

17

4969

16

16

103CS1P
103CL2P

15
14
13

FY

FC

0015 F

0015 F

FMC
L

LO

14

ZC
0332

13

FT

11

12

MIN.

FT
0015 FB

12

15

11

0015 FA
INST.
PIPING 1/2" 1/2"

10

FV
0015 F

6"x4"

6"-CRU-011015023-106CL2P-H
MIN.

1/2"
6

2oo3
ZC

FI

0330

0015 F
LL

PIPING 1/2"
INST.

1/2"

TOPPED CRUDE
FROM 011-E-0020
DS011-TRJR-480311
4143

SIGNAL

SIGNAL

SIGNAL
FROM TY-0097E

TO TY-0097 BA

SIGNAL
TO FY-0014B

SIGNAL
FROM TY-0097F

TO TY-0097 BA

SIGNAL
TO FY-0014B

DS011-TRJR-480311

DS011-TRJR-480038

DS011-TRJR-480311

DS011-TRJR-480039

DS011-TRJR-480038

DS011-TRJR-480311

4066

5504

4068

4070

5503

4072

6"x4"

FT

6"-CRU-011015023-106CL2P-H

4"

6"x4"

NC

MIN.
3/4"-CRU-011016007-106CL2P-P

3/4"
D

2"x3/4"

106CL2P
101CH2S
2"-CLD-011016306-101CH2S-P

25

TOPPED CRUDE

4970

FROM 011-E-0020
DS011-TRJR-480311
5537

GENERAL NOTES
1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011(EX 011-TT-0001).
2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.
3- ALL LINES CONNECTED TO CLOSED DRAIN SYSTEMS SHALL BE GRAVITY FLOW DESIGNED.
4- DRAIN VALVE ON EQUIPMENT AND/OR PIPING SHALL BE INSTALLED FLANGE TO FLANGE OR AT MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE EQUIPMENT/PIPING TO BE DRAINED.

NOTES
1,3,4 DELETED
2- TWO PHASES FLOW DURING TURNDOWN.

This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

NOTE 2

FO

1/2"

0015 FC

6"-CRU-011015022-106CL2P-H

05

13-MAR-2013

AB

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

6
5
4
3

TOPPED CRUDE

TOPPED CRUDE

TO 011-F-0001

TO 011-F-0001

DS011-TRJR-480039
3197

DS011-TRJR-480038
3191

2
1

AB: AS BUILT

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

04

30-SEP-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

03

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MRM / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MRM / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MMG / FBL

RDP / MAC

JAL

00

11-DEC-2009

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

MRM/STG

RDP/MAC

JAL

REV

DATE

COMPANY
STATUS

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
POS.

250mm MIN.

MIN.

4" 6"x4"

MIN.

PASS 6

6"-CRU-011017007-103CL2P-H

6"-CRU-011017006-103CL2P-H

1/2" 1/2"

106CL2P
103CL2P

10

DESCRIPTION
FIRE WATER
SERVICE WATER
COOLING WATER
POTABLE WATER
DEMI WATER
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
HP STEAM
MP STEAM
LP STEAM
HP CONDENSATE
MP CONDENSATE
LP CONDENSATE
BFW
PLANT AIR
INSTRUMENT AIR
N.A.

REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER

REVISION MEMO

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM
011-078

Project:

011-074

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE DISTILLATION UNIT TRAIN 1
CRUDE HEATER INLET

011-076
011-075
011-080

Item Tags :

ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480032.pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480032
2271-011-PID-0021-016

REV: 05

Sheet: 3 of 4

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

41

41

40

40

39

39

38

38

37

37

EMERGENCY STEAM
36

8"-MPS-011016301-103CS1P-H

36

4147 FROM HEADER

8"x6"

35

35

6"-MPS-011016314-103CS1P-H

6"-MPS-011016301-103CS1P-H

34
33
32

0015 GA
30

1/2"

29

FY

FC

0015 G

0015 G

INST.
PIPING

1/2"

FMC
L

ZC

PASS 7

4"

6"x4"

6"-CRU-011015024-106CL2P-H

26

31

103CS1P
103CL2P

30

LO

29
28

MIN.

6"x4"

27

NOTE 2

FO

MIN.

27

32

RO
0043

0332

FV
0015 G

28

33

MIN.

FT

106CL2P
103CL2P

31

34

26

25

25

1/2"

1/2"

23

24

1/2" PIPING
INST.

6"x4"

21

FI
0015 G

2"x3/4"
LL

FT
0015 GC

20

22

20

106CL2P
101CH2S

19

2"-CLD-011016307-101CH2S-P
18
17

21

250mm MIN.

ZC
0330

3/4"

3/4"-CRU-011016008-106CL2P-P

0015 GB

2oo3

22

23

NC

MIN.

FT

6"x4"

4"

MIN.

1/2"
24

19

RO
0044
+

18

103CS1P
103CL2P

25

17

4971

16

16

LO

15

14

14

FT
0015 HA
1/2"

11

1/2"

FC

0015 H

0015 H

INST.
PIPING

FMC
L

0332

12

106CL2P
103CL2P

10

PASS 8

13

11

FV
0015 H
6"x4"

6"-CRU-011015007-106CL2P-H

10

MIN.

4" 6"x4"

NOTE 2

FO

MIN.

ZC

1/2"
1/2"

1/2"

PIPING
INST.

6"x4"

FT
2oo3

FI
0015 H

TOPPED CRUDE
FROM 011-E-0020
DS011-TRJR-480311
4148

FT
0015 HC

106CL2P
101CH2S

6"-CRU-011015007-106CL2P-H

6"-CRU-011015024-106CL2P-H

SIGNAL

SIGNAL

SIGNAL
FROM TY-0097G

TO TY-0097 BA

SIGNAL
TO FY-0014B

SIGNAL
FROM TY-0097H

TO TY-0097 BA

SIGNAL
TO FY-0014B

DS011-TRJR-480040

DS011-TRJR-480038

DS011-TRJR-480311

DS011-TRJR-480041

DS011-TRJR-480038

DS011-TRJR-480311

4073

5505

4075

4074

5506

4076

2"-CLD-011016308-101CH2S-P

6
5
4
3

05

13-MAR-2013

AB

04

30-SEP-2011

TOPPED CRUDE

03

FROM 011-E-0020
DS011-TRJR-480311
5538

4972

1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011(EX 011-TT-0001).


2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.
3- ALL LINES CONNECTED TO CLOSED DRAIN SYSTEMs SHALL BE GRAVITY FLOW DESIGNED.
4- DRAIN VALVE ON EQUIPMENT AND/OR PIPING SHALL BE INSTALLED FLANGE TO FLANGE OR AT MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE EQUIPMENT/PIPING TO BE
DRAINED.

NOTES
1,3,4 DELETED.
2- TWO PHASES FLOW DURING TURNDOWN.

TOPPED CRUDE

TOPPED CRUDE

TO 011-F-0001

TO 011-F-0001

DS011-TRJR-480041
3209

DS011-TRJR-480040
3204

2
1

25

GENERAL NOTES

This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

2"x3/4"
LL

3/4"

250mm MIN.

ZC
0330

3/4"-CRU-011016009-106CL2P-P

0015 HB

6"x4"

NC

MIN.

4"

MIN.

1/2"

6"-CRU-011017008-103CL2P-H

12

FY

6"-CRU-011017009-103CL2P-H

13

MIN.

15

AB: AS BUILT

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MRM / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

JGT / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MMG / STG

RDP / MAC

JAL

00

11-DEC-2009

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

MRM / STG

RDP / MAC

JAL

REV

DATE

COMPANY
STATUS

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
POS.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

DESCRIPTION
FIRE WATER
SERVICE WATER
COOLING WATER
POTABLE WATER
DEMI WATER
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
HP STEAM
MP STEAM
LP STEAM
HP CONDENSATE
MP CONDENSATE
LP CONDENSATE
BFW
PLANT AIR
INSTRUMENT AIR
N.A.

REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER

REVISION MEMO

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM
011-078

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE DISTILLATION UNIT TRAIN 1
CRUDE HEATER INLET

Project:

011-074

011-076
011-075
011-080

Item Tags :

ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480033 .pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480033
2271-011-PID-0021-016

REV: 05

Sheet: 4 of 4

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

41

41

011-F-0001
CRUDE HEATER

40

40

39

39

38

38

TRJR

VENDOR

37

37

VENDOR

TRJR

36

36
SIGNAL

35

FROM TC-0097 B 6347

STRIPPING STEAM
FROM HEADER

34

16"

12"

33

TI
0092 A

32

NOTE 1

31

STRIPPING STEAM
TO 011-C-0002

SEE DWG. DS011-TRJR-480042

TE
0092 A

TI
0093 A

NOTE 4
SKIN

34
33

SIGNAL

TE

TO TC-0097 B

0093 A SKIN
NOTE 4

6348

32
31

NOTE 2

30

30

PI

29

0027 A
TI

28

TC
0097 AA

29
28

0094 A
PI
0026 A

27

PT
0027 A

27

TE
SKIN
0094 A
NOTE 4

26
25

3/4"

3/4"

INST.
PIPING

26

6"-CRU-011017401-103CL2P-H

25

TY

24

35

PASS 1

24

0097 AA

23

23

22

TE
0095 A

21

NOTE 4
SKIN

20

TI
0095 A

22

21

ZC
TI

20

0330

0096 A

19

19

SP

18

TI

TE
0096 A SKIN
NOTE 4

17

0100 A

16

HH

18

TC
0097 A

17
16

NOTE 1
CL300

NOTE 2

15

TT
0100 A

D
14

14"x6"
NOTE 6

13

011-F-0001

11

14

CL300
2"

CL300
2"

13
12

MIN.

12

15

TT
0097 A

11

2"

10

2"

MIN.

10

MIN.

2"-CRU-011017010-101CL2P-P

250mm MIN.

101CL2P
101CH2S

7
6

7
6

2"-CLD-011017301-101CH2S-P

5
25
7700

3
SIGNAL

SIGNAL

SIGNAL

SIGNAL

SIGNAL

FROM FC-0015D

FROM TC-0097 C

TO TC-0097 C

FROM TC-0097 D

TO TC-0097 D

DS011-TRJR-480031

DS011-TRJR-480036

DS011-TRJR-480036

DS011-TRJR-480037

DS011-TRJR-480037

SIGNAL
TO AIR/FUEL RATIO
SYSTEM
DS011-TRJR-480115

5500

6337

6338

6339

6340

6341

14"-CRU-011017002-101CL2P-H

6"-CRU-011016001-103CL2P-H

TOPPED CRUDE
TOPPED CRUDE

FROM 011-E-0020

TO 011-C-0002

DS011-TRJR-480030
3230

DS011-TRJR-480041
3213

GENERAL NOTES
1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011(EX 011-TT-0001).
2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.

NOTES
1- CONNECTION FOR PIGGING (MECHANICAL DECOKING SYSTEM). SPOOL PIECE REPLACED BY PIGGING ELBOW DURING MAINTENANCE.
2- SPOOL PIECES SHALL BE MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE HEATER.
3- OP. TEMP.: 281 TO 366 AND OP. PRESS.: 11.2-2.0 barg.
4- SKIN THERMOCUPLE SUPPLY BY VENDOR.
5- COIL MATERIAL: 5Cr+3mm.
6- SPOOL MATERIAL BY TRJR.

HEATERS
TYPE
COIL MATERIAL
OP. PRESS.
OP. TEMP.
DES. PRESS.
DUTY

011-F-0001
barg
C
barg
Gcal/h

11.20
281.00
20.50
84.70

NOTE 5
NOTE 3
NOTE 3

This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

SIGNAL

SIGNAL

SIGNAL

SIGNAL

TO TY-0097A

FROM FC-0015A

FROM FC-0015B

FROM FC-0015C

DS011-TRJR-480311

DS011-TRJR-480030

DS011-TRJR-480030

DS011-TRJR-480031

5508

5509

5510

5499

05

13-MAR-2013

AB

04

30-SEP-2011

03

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

DESCRIPTION
FIRE WATER
SERVICE WATER
COOLING WATER
POTABLE WATER
DEMI WATER
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
HP STEAM
MP STEAM
LP STEAM
HP CONDENSATE
MP CONDENSATE
LP CONDENSATE
BFW
PLANT AIR
INSTRUMENT AIR
N.A.

REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER

AB: AS BUILT

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

VSC / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MVF / SGT

AVS / MAC

JAL

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MMG / SGT

RDP / MAC

JAL

00

11-DEC-2009

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

MMG / SGT

RDP / MAC

JAL

REV

DATE

COMPANY
STATUS

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
POS.

REVISION MEMO

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM
011-078

Project:

011-074

011-076
011-075
011-080

Item Tags : 011-F-0001

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE DISTILLATION UNIT TRAIN 1
CRUDE HEATER PASS 1 - PROCESS COIL
ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE
Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480034 .pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480034
2271-011-PID-0021-017

REV: 05

Sheet: 1 of 9

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

41

41

40

40

011-F-0001
CRUDE HEATER

39

39

38

38

37

37

36

36
SIGNAL

35 6347 TO TY-0097 AA

35

34

34

33

33

SIGNAL
6348 FROM TY-0097 AA

32

32

31

31

30

TRJR

30

VENDOR

VENDOR

TRJR

29

29

28

28

PI
0027 B

27

STRIPPING STEAM
FROM HEADER

TI
0092 B

25

PT

PI
0026 B

24
23

INST.
PIPING

22

3/4"

0027 B

INST.
PIPING

16"

12"

26

NOTE 1

TE
0092 B

26

TI
0093 B

SKIN
NOTE 4

27

STRIPPING STEAM
TO 011-C-0002

SEE DWG. DS011-TRJR-480042

TE
0093 B

25

SKIN
NOTE 4

24
23

NOTE 2
3/4"
TI

22

0094 B

21

PASS 2

21

6"-CRU-011017003-103CL2P-H

20

20
19

19

TE
0094 B SKIN
NOTE 4

18

18

17

17

6"-CRU-011017402-103CL2P-H
16

16

15

15

14

TE

TI

13

0095 B

0095 B

12

SKIN
NOTE 4

13

ZC
0330

12

TI

11

14

SP

0096 B
TI
0100 B

10

TC
0097 B

HH

11

OP

TY
0097 B

10

TE

0096 B
SKIN
NOTE 4

NOTE 1
CL300

NOTE 2
6

TT

TT

0100 B

0097 B

7
6

D
CL300
2"

14"x6"
5

NOTE 6

5
4

MIN.

011-F-0001

CL300
2"

2"
MIN.
2"

2"-CRU-011017011-101CL2P-P

D
101CL2P
101CH2S

250 mm MIN.

MIN.

6"-CRU-011017003-103CL2P-H

14"-CRU-011017002-101CL2P-H

2"-CLD-011017302-101CH2S-P

1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011(EX 011-TT-0001).


2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.

NOTES
1- CONNECTION FOR PIGGING (MECHANICAL DECOKING SYSTEM). SPOOL PIECE REPLACED BY PIGGING ELBOW DURING MAINTENANCE.
2- SPOOL PIECES SHALL BE MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE HEATER.
3- OP. TEMP.: 281 TO 366 AND OP. PRESS.: 11.2-2.0 barg.
4- SKIN THERMOCUPLE SUPPLY BY VENDOR.
5- COIL MATERIAL: 5 Cr + 3 mm.
6- SPOOL MATERIAL BY TRJR.

HEATERS
TYPE
COIL MATERIAL
OP. PRESS.
OP. TEMP.
DES. PRESS.
DUTY

011-F-0001
barg
C
barg
Gcal/h

11.20
281.00
20.50
84.70

NOTE 5
NOTE 3
NOTE 3

This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

DESCRIPTION
FIRE WATER
SERVICE WATER
COOLING WATER
POTABLE WATER
DEMI WATER
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
HP STEAM
MP STEAM
LP STEAM
HP CONDENSATE
MP CONDENSATE
LP CONDENSATE
BFW
PLANT AIR
INSTRUMENT AIR
N.A.

REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

5545

6364

05

13-MAR-2013

AB

04

30-SEP-2011

03

2
1

JAL

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

JMV / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

JMV / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

TOPPED CRUDE

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MMG / FBL

RDP / MAC

JAL

TO 011-C-0002

00

11-DEC-2009

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

MMG / SGT

RDP / MAC

JAL

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

REV

DATE

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
POS.

DS011-TRJR-480311

AVS / HCR

DS011-TRJR-480041
3214

GENERAL NOTES

DS011-TRJR-480030

MJR / STG

7687

DS011-TRJR-480030
3233

SIGNAL
FROM FC-0014 A

AB: AS BUILT

25

TOPPED CRUDE
PASS 2
FROM 011-E-0020

SIGNAL
TO FC-0015 B

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER

COMPANY
STATUS

REVISION MEMO

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


011-078

PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM


Project:

011-074

011-076
011-075
011-080

Item Tags :

011-F-0001

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE DISTILLATION UNIT TRAIN 1
CRUDE HEATER PASS 2 - PROCESS COIL
ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE
Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480035 .pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480035
2271-011-PID-0021-017

REV: 05

Sheet: 2 of 9

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

41

41

011-F-0001
CRUDE HEATER

40

40

39

39

38

38

37

37

36

36

35

35

TRJR

VENDOR

34

34

VENDOR

33

TRJR

33

32

32

31

31

STRIPPING STEAM
FROM HEADER

30

SEE DWG. DS011-TRJR-480042


12"

29

TE
0092 C SKIN
NOTE 4

0092 C

28

NOTE 1

27

PI
0027 C

26

30
29

TI

STRIPPING STEAM
TO 011-C-0002

16"

TI

TE

0093 C

0093 C

28

NOTE 4

27

NOTE 2

26

25

TI
0094 C

25

24

24

23
22

INST.
PIPING

21
20

PI

PT

0026 C

0027 C

23

TE
3/4"

3/4"

3/4"

3/4"

PASS 3

22

0094 C SKIN
NOTE 4

21
20

6"-CRU-011017403-103CL2P-H

6"-CRU-011017004-103CL2P-H

19

19

18

18

17

TE
0095 C

16

TI
0095 C

17

TY

15

TI
0096 C

14

15

TI
0100 C

TE
0096 C SKIN
NOTE 4

HH

TC
0097 C

14

13

SP
12

11

11

NOTE 1
CL300

10

TT
0100 C

NOTE 2

D
9

TT
0097 C

10
9

14"x6"

011-F-0001

2"

2"

NOTE 6

8
7

MIN.

7
6

2"

MIN.

2"-CRU-011017012-101CL2P-P

6"-CRU-011017004-103CL2P-H

25

FROM 011-E-0020

TO 011-C-0002

DS011-TRJR-480031
3178

DS011-TRJR-480041
3182

GENERAL NOTES
1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011(EX 011-TT-0001).
2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.

NOTES
1- CONNECTION FOR PIGGING (MECHANICAL DECOKING SYSTEM). SPOOL PIECE REPLACED BY PIGGING ELBOW DURING MAINTENANCE.
2- SPOOL PIECES SHALL BE MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE HEATER.
3- OP. TEMP.: 281 TO 366 AND OP. PRESS.: 11.2-2.0 barg.
4- SKIN THERMOCUPLE SUPPLY BY VENDOR.
5- COIL MATERIAL: 5 Cr + 3 mm
6- SPOOL MATERIAL BY TRJR.

barg
C
barg
Gcal/h

11.20
281.00
20.50
84.70

NOTE 5
NOTE 3
NOTE 3

This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

SIGNAL

SIGNAL

FROM TY-0097 AA

TO TY-0097 AA

FROM FC-0014 A

TO FC-0015C

DS011-TRJR-480034

DS011-TRJR-480034

DS011-TRJR-480311

DS011-TRJR-480031

6338

6337

5493

5497

05

13-MAR-2013

AB

AB : AS BUILT

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

04

30-SEP-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

03

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

IRG / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

IRG / SGT

AVS / MAC

AR

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MMG / SGT

RDP / MAC

JAL

00

11-DEC-2009

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

MMG / SGT

RDP / MAC

JAL

REV

DATE

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
POS.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

DESCRIPTION
FIRE WATER
SERVICE WATER
COOLING WATER
POTABLE WATER
DEMI WATER
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
HP STEAM
MP STEAM
LP STEAM
HP CONDENSATE
MP CONDENSATE
LP CONDENSATE
BFW
PLANT AIR
INSTRUMENT AIR
N.A.

REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER

2
1

TOPPED CRUDE

TOPPED CRUDE PASS 3

011-F-0001

SIGNAL

2"-CLD-011017303-101CH2S-P

7688

SIGNAL

101CL2P
101CH2S

250 mm MIN.

MIN.
2"

14"-CRU-011017002-101CL2P-H

HEATERS
TYPE
COIL MATERIAL
OP. PRESS.
OP. TEMP.
DES. PRESS.
DUTY

16

OP

13
12

0097 C

ZC
0330

NOTE 4
SKIN

COMPANY
STATUS

REVISION MEMO

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM
Project:

011-074
011-076
011-075
011-080

Item Tags : 011-F-0001

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE
DISTILLATION UNIT TRAIN 1

CRUDE HEATER PASS 3 - PROCESS COIL


ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE
Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480036.pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480036
2271-011-PID-0021-017

REV:

05

Sheet: 3 of 9

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

41

41

011-F-0001
CRUDE HEATER

40

40

39

39

38

38

37

37

36

36

35

35

34

TRJR

VENDOR

VENDOR

34

TRJR

33

33

32

STRIPPING STEAM
FROM HEADER

SEE DWG. DS011-TRJR-480042


12"

31

32

STRIPPING STEAM
16"

TO 011-C-0002
31

30

30

29

TI
0092 D

28

NOTE 1

27

29

TE
0092 D

NOTE 4
SKIN

TI

TE

0093 D

0093 D

28

SKIN
NOTE 4

27

NOTE 2

26

26

PI

25

25

0027 D
TI
0094 D

24

PI
0026 D

23

3/4"

20

24

PT
0027 D

23

22
21

3/4"

INST.
PIPING

PASS 4

22

TE
NOTE 4
0094 D
SKIN

21

6"-CRU-011017005-103CL2P-H

20

6"-CRU-011017404-103CL2P-H

19

19

18

18

TY

17

2"

16

TE
0095 D

TI
0095 D

TI
0096 D

14

ZC
0330

OP

17
16

SKIN
NOTE 4

15

0097 D

H
TI

TC
0097 D

HH

0100 D

15

14

SP

13

13

TE
NOTE 4
0096 D
SKIN

12

12

11

11

NOTE 1
CL300

10

TT
0100 D

NOTE 2
D

CL300

CL300

2"

011-F-0001

2"

MIN.

10
9

14"x6"
NOTE 6

TT
0097 D

2"

MIN.
2"

2"-CRU-011017013-101CL2P-P
MIN.

2"-CLD-011017304-101CH2S-P

25
7689

SIGNAL

FROM TY-0097 AA

TO TY-0097 AA

FROM FC-0014 A

TO FC-0015 D

DS011-TRJR-480034

DS011-TRJR-480034

DS011-TRJR-480311

DS011-TRJR-480031

6340

6339

5494

5501

2
1

05

13-MAR-2013

AB

AB : AS BUILT

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

04

30-SEP-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

03

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MVF / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MVF / SGT

AVS / MAC

JAL

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MMG / SGT

RDP / MAC

JAL

FROM 011-E-0020

TO 011-C-0002

00

11-DEC-2009

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

MMG / SGT

RDP / MAC

JAL

DS011-TRJR-480031
3187

DS011-TRJR-480041
3188

GENERAL NOTES
1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011(EX 011-TT-0001).
2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.

NOTES
1- CONNECTION FOR PIGGING (MECHANICAL DECOKING SYSTEM). SPOOL PIECE REPLACED BY PIGGING ELBOW DURING MAINTENANCE.
2- SPOOL PIECES SHALL BE MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE HEATER.
3- OP. TEMP.: 281 TO 366 AND OP. PRESS.: 11.2-2.0 barg.
4- SKIN THERMOCOUPLE SUPPLY BY VENDOR.
5- COIL MATERIAL: 5 Cr + 3 mm
6- SPOOL MATERIAL TRJR.

011-F-0001
barg
C
barg
Gcal/h

SIGNAL

TOPPED CRUDE

TOPPED CRUDE PASS 4

HEATERS
TYPE
COIL MATERIAL
OP. PRESS.
OP. TEMP.
DES. PRESS.
DUTY

SIGNAL

14"-CRU-011017002-101CL2P-H

250 mm MIN.

6"-CRU-011017005-103CL2P-H

2
1

101CL2P
101CH2S

SIGNAL

11.20
281.00
20.50
84.70

NOTE 5
NOTE 3
NOTE 3

This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

REV

DATE

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
POS.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

DESCRIPTION
FIRE WATER
SERVICE WATER
COOLING WATER
POTABLE WATER
DEMI WATER
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
HP STEAM
MP STEAM
LP STEAM
HP CONDENSATE
MP CONDENSATE
LP CONDENSATE
BFW
PLANT AIR
INSTRUMENT AIR
N.A.

REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER

COMPANY
STATUS

REVISION MEMO

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM
Project:

011-074

011-076
011-075
011-080

Item Tags : 011-F-0001

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE DISTILLATION UNIT TRAIN 1
CRUDE HEATER PASS 4 - PROCESS COIL
ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE
Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480037.pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480037
2271-011-PID-0021-017

REV:

05

Sheet: 4 of 9

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

41

41

40

40

39

39

011-F-0001
CRUDE HEATER

38

38

37

37

36

36

35

35

34

34

SIGNAL

33

TRJR

TO TC-0097 F

VENDOR

VENDOR

6372

TRJR

33

32

32

31

31

STRIPPING STEAM
FROM HEADER

30

SEE DWG. DS011-TRJR-480042

29

TI
0092 E

28

NOTE 1

27

FROM TC-0097 F

6373

30
29

TE
0092 E

TI

NOTE 4
SKIN

TE

0093 E

28

0093 E SKIN
NOTE 4

27

NOTE 2

PI
0027 E

26

16"

12"

SIGNAL

STRIPPING STEAM
TO 011-C-0002

26

TC
H
TI
0094 E

25

0097 BA

25

24

24

PI
0026 E

23

PT
0027 E

22

3/4"

3/4"

23

TE

INST.
PIPING

21
20

22

NOTE 4
0094 E
SKIN

21

6"-CRU-011017006-103CL2P-H

PASS 5

6"-CRU-011017405-103CL2P-H

20

TY

19

19

0097 BA
18

18

17

TE
0095 E

16

H
TI
0095 E

17

ZC
0330

16

NOTE 4
SKIN

15

TI
0096 E

14

SP

H
TI
0100 E

15

HH

TC

14

0097 E

13

13

TE
NOTE 4
0096 E
SKIN

12

12

11

11

NOTE 1
TT
0100 E

CL300

NOTE 2

10

TT
0097 E

10

D
9

14"x6"
NOTE 6

CL300
2"

MIN.

011-F-0001

CL300
2"

2"
MIN.
2"

2"-CRU-011017014-101CL2P-P
MIN.

6"-CRU-011017006-103CL2P-H

2
1

D
4

101CL2P
101CH2S

250 mm MIN.

25
7691

TOPPED CRUDE PASS 5

TOPPED CRUDE

FROM-011-E-0020

TO 011-C-0002

DS011-TRJR-480032
3191

DS011-TRJR-480041
3192

GENERAL NOTES
1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011(EX 011-TT-0001).
2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.

NOTES
1- CONNECTION FOR PIGGING (MECHANICAL DECOKING SYSTEM). SPOOL PIECE REPLACED BY PIGGING ELBOW DURING MAINTENANCE.
2- SPOOL PIECES SHALL BE MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE HEATER.
3- OP. TEMP.: 281 TO 366 AND OP. PRESS.: 11.2-2.0 barg.
4- SKIN THERMOCOUPLE SUPPLY BY VENDOR.
5- COIL MATERIAL: 5 Cr + 3 mm.
6- SPOOL MATERIAL BY TRJR.

HEATERS
TYPE
COIL MATERIAL
OP. PRESS.
OP. TEMP.
DES. PRESS.
DUTY

011-F-0001
barg
C
barg
Gcal/h

11.20
281.00
20.50
84.70

NOTE 5
NOTE 3
NOTE 3

This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

SIGNAL

SIGNAL

SIGNAL

SIGNAL

SIGNAL

SIGNAL

FROM TC-0097 H

TO TC-0097 H

FROM FC-0015 E

FROM FC-0015 F

FROM FC-0015 G

FROM FC-0015 H

DS011-TRJR-480041

DS011-TRJR-480041

DS011-TRJR-480032

DS011-TRJR-480032

DS011-TRJR-480033

DS011-TRJR-480033

SIGNAL TO AIR/FUEL
SYSTEM
DS011-TRJR-480116

6368

6367

5503

5504

5505

5506

6370

14"-CRU-011017002-101CL2P-H

2"-CLD-011017305-101CH2S-P

3
2
1

SIGNAL

SIGNAL

SIGNAL

TO TY-0097 E

FROM TC-0097 G

TO TC-0097 G

DS011-TRJR-480311

DS011-TRJR-480040

DS011-TRJR-480040

6365

6366

6369

05

13-MAR-2013

AB

AB : AS BUILT

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

04

30-SEP-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

03

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

JGT / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

JGT / SGT

AVS / MAC

JAL

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MMG / SGT

RDP / MAC

JAL

00

11-DEC-2009

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

MMG / SGT

RDP / MAC

JAL

REV

DATE

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
POS.

DESCRIPTION

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

FIRE WATER
SERVICE WATER 011-073
COOLING WATER 011-072
POTABLE WATER 011-073
011-071
DEMI WATER
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
HP STEAM
011-071
MP STEAM
011-071
LP STEAM
HP CONDENSATE
MP CONDENSATE 011-071
LP CONDENSATE 011-071
BFW
PLANT AIR
INSTRUMENT AIR
N.A.

REF. DWG POS.


19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

011-071
011-074
011-074

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER

COMPANY
STATUS

REVISION MEMO

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM
011-078

Project:

011-074

011-076
011-075

Item Tags : 011-F-0001

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE DISTILLATION UNIT TRAIN 1
CRUDE HEATER PASS 5 - PROCESS COIL
ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE
Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480038 .pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480038
2271-011-PID-0021-017

REV: 05

Sheet: 5 of 9

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

41

41

011-F-0001
CRUDE HEATER

40

40

39

39

38

38

37

37

36

36

35

35

34
33

34

SIGNAL
6372FROM TY-0097 BA

33

32

32

31

31
6373 SIGNAL

30

30

TO TY-0097 BA

29

29

28

28

27

27

26

26

STRIPPING STEAM
FROM HEADER

25

STRIPPING STEAM
TO 011-C-0002

SEE DWG. DS011-TRJR-480042


16"

12"

25

24

24

H
TI
0092 F

23
22

NOTE 1

PI
0027 F

21

TE
NOTE 4
0092 F
SKIN

TI

TE

0093 F

0093 F

23

SKIN
NOTE 4

22

NOTE 2

21

20

TI

20

0094 F

19

PI
0026 F

18
17

INST.
PIPING

16

3/4"

19

PT
0027 F

INST.
PIPING

18
17

TE
NOTE 4
0094 F
SKIN

3/4"

16

15

15

6"-CRU-011017007-103CL2P-H

PASS 6

6"-CRU-011017406-103CL2P-H

14

14

VENDOR

TRJR

13

13

12

TRJR

11

TE
0095 F

VENDOR

H
TI
0095 F

12

ZC
0330

11

NOTE 4
SKIN

10

TI
9

10

SP

0096 F

TI

HH

0100 F

TE
0096 F

TC

TY

0097 F

0097 F

OP

8
7

NOTE 4
SKIN

NOTE 1
CL300

NOTE 2
D

14"x6"
NOTE 6

011-F-0001

CL300
2"

6"-CRU-011017007-103CL2P-H

MIN.
250 mm MIN.

D
101CL2P
101CH2S

NOTES
1- CONNECTION FOR PIGGING (MECHANICAL DECOKING SYSTEM). SPOOL PIECE REPLACED BY PIGGING ELBOW DURING MAINTENANCE.
2- SPOOL PIECES SHALL BE MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE HEATER.
3- OP. TEMP.: 281 TO 366 AND OP. PRESS.: 11.2-2.0 barg.
4- SKIN THERMOCOUPLE SUPPLY BY VENDOR.
5- COIL MATERIAL: 5 Cr + 3 mm.
6- SPOOL MATERIAL BY TRJR.

NOTE 5
NOTE 3
NOTE 3

This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

TO 011-C-0002
DS011-TRJR-480041
3201

7692

1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011(EX 011-TT-0001).


2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.

11.20
281.00
20.50
84.70

TOPPED CRUDE

2"-CLD-011017306-101CH2S-P
25

GENERAL NOTES

barg
C
barg
Gcal/h

MIN.
2"

2"-CRU-011017015-101CL2P-P

FROM 011-E-0020
DS011-TRJR-480032
3197

011-F-0001

SIGNAL

2"

TOPPED CRUDE PASS 6

HEATERS
TYPE
COIL MATERIAL
OP. PRESS.
OP. TEMP.
DES. PRESS.
DUTY

CL300
2"

MIN.

2
1

14"-CRU-011017002-101CL2P-H

TT
0097 F

TT
0100 F

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

DESCRIPTION
FIRE WATER
SERVICE WATER
COOLING WATER
POTABLE WATER
DEMI WATER
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
HP STEAM
MP STEAM
LP STEAM
HP CONDENSATE
MP CONDENSATE
LP CONDENSATE
BFW
PLANT AIR
INSTRUMENT AIR
N.A.

REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER

FROM FC-0014 B

TO FC-0015 F

DS011-TRJR-480311

DS011-TRJR-480032

5515

4070

2
1

05

13-MAR-2013

AB

AB : AS BUILT

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

04

30-SEP-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

03

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

JMV / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

JMV/ STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MMG / SGT

RDP / MAC

JAL

00

11-DEC-2009

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

MMG / SGT

RDP / MAC

JAL

REV

DATE

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
POS.

SIGNAL

COMPANY
STATUS

REVISION MEMO

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM
011-078

Project:

011-074
011-076
011-075
011-080

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE DISTILLATION
UNIT TRAIN 1

CRUDE HEATER PASS 6 - PROCESS COIL


ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE

Item Tags : 011-F-0001

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480039 .pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480039
2271-011-PID-0021-017

REV: 05

Sheet: 6 of 9

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

41

41

011-F-0001
CRUDE HEATER

40

40

39

39

38

38

37

37

36

36

35

35

34

34

33

33

TRJR

VENDOR

VENDOR

TRJR

32

32

31

31

30

30

STRIPPING STEAM
FROM HEADER

29

16"

12"

28

TI

TE

0092 G

27

NOTE 1

26

PI

STRIPPING STEAM
TO 011-C-0002

SEE DWG. DS011-TRJR-480042

0092 G

29
28

TI
0093 G

NOTE 4
SKIN

TE
NOTE 4
0093 G SKIN

27

26

NOTE 2

0027 G

25

25

24

TI

24

0094 G
PI
0026 G

23

PT
0027 G

23

22

22

21

INST.
PIPING 3/4"

3/4"

20

3/4"

3/4"

19

PASS 7

TE
0094 G

21

NOTE 4
SKIN

20

6"-CRU-011017008-103CL2P-H

19

6"-CRU-011017407-103CL2P-H

18

TY

18

OP

0097 G

17
16
15

TE

TI

0095 G

0095 G

16

ZC

NOTE 4
SKIN

15

0330
H
TI
0096 G

14

14

13

TC
0097 G

HH

TI

H
13

SP

0100 G

12

17

12

TE

NOTE 4
0096 G SKIN

11

11

NOTE 1

10

TT
0100 G

CL300

NOTE 2

10

TT
0097 G

D
14"x6"
NOTE 6

2"
CL300

2"
CL300

011-F-0001

TOPPED CRUDE
TO 011-C-0002 4155

14"-CRU-011017002-101CL2P-H
MIN.

7
6

2"

5
4

MIN.
2"

2"-CRU-011017016-101CL2P-P

SIGNAL

SIGNAL

SIGNAL

SIGNAL

FROM TY-0097 BA

TO TY-0097 BA

FROM FC-0014 B

TO FC-0015 G

DS011-TRJR-480038

DS011-TRJR-480038

DS011-TRJR-480311

DS011-TRJR-480033

6369

6366

5516

4073

101CL2P
101CH2S

250mm MIN.

MIN.

3
2
1

2"-CLD-011017307-101CH2S-P

25
7697

TOPPED CRUDE PASS 7


FROM 011-E-0020
DS011-TRJR-480033
3204

GENERAL NOTES
1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011(EX 011-TT-0001).
2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.

NOTES
1- CONNECTION FOR PIGGING (MECHANICAL DECOKING SYSTEM). SPOOL PIECE REPLACED BY PIGGING ELBOW DURING MAINTENANCE.
2- SPOOL PIECES SHALL BE MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE HEATER.
3- OP. TEMP.: 281 TO 366 AND OP. PRESS.: 11.2-20. barg.
4- SKIN THERMOCOUPLE SUPPLY BY VENDOR.
5- COIL MATERIAL: 5 Cr + 3 mm
6- SPOOL MATERIAL BY TRJR.

HEATERS
TYPE
COIL MATERIAL
OP. PRESS.
OP. TEMP.
DES. PRESS.
DUTY

011-F-0001
barg
C
barg
Gcal/h

NOTE 5
11.20 NOTE 3
281.00 NOTE 3
20.50
84.70

This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

05

13-MAR-2013

AB

AB : AS BUILT

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

04

30-SEP-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

03

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

VSC / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

NPS / SGT

AVS / MAC

JAL

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MMG / SGT

RDP / MAC

JAL

00

11-DEC-2009

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

VJS / SGT

RDP / MAC

JAL

REV

DATE

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
POS.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

DESCRIPTION
FIRE WATER
SERVICE WATER
COOLING WATER
POTABLE WATER
DEMI WATER
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
HP STEAM
MP STEAM
LP STEAM
HP CONDENSATE
MP CONDENSATE
LP CONDENSATE
BFW
PLANT AIR
INSTRUMENT AIR
N.A.

REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER

COMPANY
STATUS

REVISION MEMO

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM
011-078

Project:

011-074
011-076
011-075
011-080

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE DISTILLATION
UNIT TRAIN 1

CRUDE HEATER PASS 7 - PROCESS COIL


ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE

Item Tags : 011-F-0001

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480040 .pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480040
2271-011-PID-0021-017

REV: 05

Sheet: 7 of 9

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

41

41

011-F-0001
CRUDE HEATER

40

40

39

39

38

TRJR

VENDOR

VENDOR

38

TRJR

37

37

36"-CRU-011017002-101CL2P-H
STRIPPING STEAM
FROM HEADER

36

STRIPPING STEAM
TO 011-C-0002

SEE DWG. DS011-TRJR-480042


16"

12"

36

35

35

34

TI

0092 H

33

NOTE 2

PI

32

0027 H

34

TE

TI
0093 H

0092 H
NOTE 8
SKIN

TE
0093 H

33

NOTE 8
SKIN

32

NOTE 3

31

31

30

30

PI
0026 H

29

PT
0027 H

28

3/4"

29

INST.
PIPING

3/4"

27

H
TI
0094 H

28

TE
0094 H

NOTE 8
SKIN

27

26

26

PASS 8

6"-CRU-011017009-103CL2P-H

6"-CRU-011017408-103CL2P-H

25

25

24

24

23

23

22

TE
0095 H

H
TI
0095 H

21

NOTE 8
SKIN

20

22

ZC
0330

TI
0096 H

21
20

TI

19

HH

TC
0097 H

0100 H
TE

18

0096 H

19

SP

18

NOTE 8
SKIN

17

17

NOTE 2

TT
0100 H

CL300

16

NOTE 3

TT
0097 H

16

15

15

14"x6"

CL300
2"

CL300
2"

NOTE 9

14

14

14"-CRU-011017002-101CL2P-H

12

2"
MIN.

2"-CRU-011017017-101CL2P-P

2"

250mm MIN. MIN.

NOTE 4

CL300 2"
NOTE 1

11
10
9

0.2%

101CL2P
101CH2S

2"-CLD-011017308-101CH2S-P
14"-CRU-011017002-101CL2P-H

14"-CRU-011017002-101CL2P-H

TOPPED CRUDE
4155FROM 011-F-0001

12

25

TT
0098

7695

TY
4

0097 H

OP

36"-CRU-011017002-101CL2P-H

14"-CRU-011017002-101CL2P-H

10

TI
0098

7
6

NOTE 5

011-F-0001

11

13

MIN.

13

5
4

TOPPED CRUDE PASS 8


FROM 011-E-0020
DS011-TRJR-480033
3209

SIGNAL

SIGNAL

SIGNAL

SIGNAL

FROM FC-0014 B

TO FC-0015 H

TO TY-0097 BA

FROM TY-0097 BA

DS011-TRJR-480311

DS011-TRJR-480033

DS011-TRJR-480038

DS011-TRJR-480038

5517

4074

6368

6367

14"-CRU-011017002-101CL2P-H

6"-CRU-011017009-103CL2P-H

14"-CRU-011017002-101CL2P-H

14"-CRU-011017002-101CL2P-H

14"-CRU-011017002-101CL2P-H

TOPPED CRUDE

TOPPED CRUDE

TOPPED CRUDE

TOPPED CRUDE

FROM PASS 1

FROM PASS 2

FROM PASS 3

FROM PASS 4

DS011-TRJR-480034
3213

DS011-TRJR-480035
3214

DS011-TRJR-480036
3182

DS011-TRJR-480037
3188

TOPPED CRUDE

TOPPED CRUDE

TOPPED CRUDE

FROM PASS 5

FROM PASS 6

TO 011-C-0002

DS011-TRJR-480038
3192

DS011-TRJR-480039
3201

DS011-TRJR-480044
3216

05

13-MAR-2013

AB

04

30-SEP-2011

03

GENERAL NOTES

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

JGT / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

JGT / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MMG / SGT

RDP / MAC

JAL

00

11-DEC-2009

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

VJS / SGT

RDP / MAC

JAL

HEATERS
TYPE
COIL MATERIAL
OP. PRESS.
OP. TEMP.
DES. PRESS.
DUTY

011-F-0001
barg
C
barg
Gcal/h

11.20
281.00
20.50
84.70

NOTE 7
NOTE 6
NOTE 6

This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

DATE

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER

AB : AS BUILT

REV

POS.
DESCRIPTION
1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011 (EX 011-TT-0001).
2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.
1
FIRE WATER
3- ALL LINES CONNECTED TO CLOSED DRAINS SYSTEMS SHALL BE GRAVITY FLOW DESIGNED.
2
SERVICE WATER
4- DRAIN VALVE ON EQUIPMENT AND/OR PIPING SHALL BE INSTALLED FLANGE TO FLANGE OR AT MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE EQUIPMENT/PIPING TO BE DRAINED. 3
COOLING WATER
NOTES
4
POTABLE WATER
5
DEMI WATER
1- AVERAGE TEMPERATURE TO BE CALCULATED FROM OUTLET TEMPERATURE OF EACH PASS AND MASS FLOW RATE PER PASS.
6
N.A.
2- CONNECTION FOR PIGGING (MECHANICAL DECOKING SYSTEM).
7
N.A.
3- SPOOL PIECES SHALL BE MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE HEATER.
8
N.A.
4- DEVIATION ALARM TO ALERT OPERATOR IN CASE OF SIGNIFICANT CHANGE IN TEMPERATURE FROM PREVALING TEMPERATURE PROFILE
5- FOR 36" LINE USE 90 ELBOWS R=5D.
9
HP STEAM
6- OP. TEMP.: 281 TO 366 AND OP. PRESS.: 11.2-2.0 barg.
10 MP STEAM
7- COIL MATERIAL: 5 Cr + 3 mm
11 LP STEAM
8- SKIN THERMOCOUPLE SUPPLY BY VENDOR.
12 HP CONDENSATE
9- SPOOL MATERIAL BY TRJR.
13 MP CONDENSATE
14 LP CONDENSATE
15 BFW
16 PLANT AIR
17 INSTRUMENT AIR
18 N.A.

COMPANY
STATUS

REVISION MEMO

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM
Project:

011-074

011-076
011-075
011-080

Item Tags : 011-F-0001

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE DISTILLATION UNIT TRAIN 1
CRUDE HEATER PASS 8 - PROCESS COIL
ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE
Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480041 .pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480041
2271-011-PID-0021-017

REV: 05

Sheet: 8 of 9

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

8"x6"
8"-LPS-011017003-101CJ1P-P
NOTE 5
CL300
101CJ1P
103CJ1P NC

38
37
36

8"x6"
8"-LPS-011017002-101CJ1P-P
NOTE 5
CL300
101CJ1P
103CJ1P NC

3/4"
V

35

LC
FB

34

LC
FB

2"

LO
FB
LO
FB

NOTE 10
2"

ES

6"x4"

30

TT
29

NOTE 20

0091
VENDOR

28

11

ZHSR

0395

0320

0024

ZHXS

ZC

0024 L

0371

ZC

0024

0395

V
PIPING INST.

ZYC

ZLO

ZLC

0096

0096

0096

0096

ZHS

ZY

ZLS

ZLS

0096

0096

0096 O

0096 C

101CS1P
101CJ1P

RO
0026
+

FO
TSO

ZC

ZC

0395

0371

ZV
0024

CLOSED

3/4"

OPEN

ZLS

0024

0024 C

ZLO

ZLS

0024

0024 O

ZHA

011-DS-0001
16"-LPS-011017015-103CJ1P-H

0024

BY-PASS

16"
CL300

OLW

6"-LPS-011017012-101CJ1P-H
3/4"

0024

INST.
PIPING

FV
0021
+

CL600
2"

12" 18"x12"

16"-LPS-011017011-101CJ1P-H
2"

CL300

NOTE 21

NOTE 15

CL300

TI
0359

FT
0021

TT
0360

2190

1-1/2"

FC
0021

TI
0360
LL

ZHS

1"-OLW-011017302-101CS1P-P

FMC

25

16"x12" FC
3/4" D
TSO
CL300

TI

TT

0358

0359

36

ZYV
0096
+

2"

TC
0043

24

1"-BFW-011017002-103CJ1P-H

TT
0043

34

IA
DE

33

ATM
BY-PASS

POSITIONER OPEN

ZHA
0091

ZYC
0091

ATM
CLOSED

32

ZLC
0091

31

ZLO
0091

30

ZHS
0091

ZY
0091

ZLS
0091 O

29

ZLS
0091 C

ZV
0091

LPT

MIN.

27

FC
TSO

3/4" D

28

ZV
0096
FC
TSO
NOTE 14

26
25

16"x10" 10" 18"x10"

1-1/2"x1"

35

DE

NC

CL300
2"

ZYV
0091

IA

OLW

CL300

38

ZC
0371

011-Y-0004

39

ZHXS
ES
0091

37

NOTES 17

NOTE 1, 2
ZLC

ZHXS
0091 L
NOTE 12

0320

NOTE 16

ZHSR
0091

MFR. PIPING.

16"

RESET

ZC

DE

PIPING MFR.

ZC
0320

1"-OLW-011017002-101CS1P-P
10"x6"

ZYV
0024

ATM

12"-LPS-011017301-101CS1P-H

ZHA

ZC
0395

ES ZHXS

40

CLOSED

011-Y-0003

10"-LPS-011017014-101CS1P-P

3/4"

CL300
2"

27

ZC

1"-IAI-011017301-301CG2P-N

0024 A
NOTE 18
1"-IAI-011220310-301CG2P-N

6"-LPS-011017010-103CJ1P-H

TI
0091

31

ZC

NOTE 12

ZPI

7756

32

26

17

6"-LPS-011017010-103CJ1P-H

TRJR

ZPZV
0024

V
NOTE 10 011-SP-0024

33

RESET

3/4"

3/4"

BY-PASS POSITIONER OPEN

NOTE 1
ATM

6"x4"

3/4"

1/2" 3/4"
12.00

PZV
0009

101CS1P

INSULATION: H

MIN.

41

011-Y-0004
011-C-0002 LP STEAM STRIPPING STEAM SILENCER

101CJ1P

PZV
0010

39

4"M6"
7.00

NOTE 2
ATM

011-Y-0003
011-F-0001 LP STEAM SUPERHEATED SILENCER

1/2"

011-DS-0001
011-F-0001 LP STEAM DESUPERHEATER

1/2"

4"M6"
7.00

NOTE 2
ATM

40

011-F-0001
CRUDE HEATER

4"-LPS-011017008-101CS1P-H

41

1-1/2"-LPS-011017008-101CS1P-H
24

NC

12"

23

23

21

SEE DWGS. FROM


DS011-TRJR-480034 TO
DS011-TRJR-480041

TOPPED CRUDE
FROM 011-E-0020

103CJ1P
101CS1P

22

ST

TOPPED CRUDE
TO 011-C-0002

TV
0043
+

22

1"-BFW-011017301-101CS1P-H

1"

21

15

20

CL300
3/4" D FLC 3/4" D

19

1"

6378

3/4"

3/4"

3/4"

20
19

3/4"

18

18

NC

RO
0070
+

17

17
16

16
15

15

OLW

8"-LPS-011017005-101CJ1P-H
14

14

8"x6"

13

13

12

12

11

11

10

10

VENDOR

TRJR

9
8

18"-LPS-011017001-101CS1P-H

8
7
6
5
4

7
6
5
4

011-F-0001

STRIPPING STEAM
TO 011-C-0002

STRIPPING STEAM
TO 011-C-0005
DS011-TRJR-480054
3221

DS011-TRJR-480044
3227

8"-LPS-011017006-101CJ1P-H

6"-LPS-011017005-101CJ1P-H

STRIPPING STEAM
TO 011-C-0006
DS011-TRJR-480056
3224

1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011(EX 011-TT-0001).


2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.
3- ALL LINES CONNECTED TO CLOSED DRAINS SYSTEMS SHALLBE GRAVITY FLOW DESIGNED.
4- DRAIN VALVE ON EQUIPMENT AND/OR PIPING SHALL BE INSTALLED FLANGE TO FLANGE OR AT MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE EQUIPMENT/PIPING TO BE DRAINED.

NOTES

HEATERS
TYPE
COIL MATERIAL
OP. PRESS.
OP. TEMP.
DES. PRESS.
DUTY

011-DS-0001
VAD
24800.0
3.50
412.00 C 350.00 C
7.00 / FV
440.00
011-F-0001

barg
C
barg
Gcal/h

5 Cr + 3 mm
NOTE 8
11.20
NOTE 8
281.00
20.50
84.70

SILENCER
TYPE
FLOW
OP. PRESS.
OP. TEMP.
DES. PRESS.
DES. TEMP.
SILENCER
TYPE
FLOW
OP. PRESS.
OP. TEMP.
DES. PRESS.
DES. TEMP.

Kg/hr
barg
C
barg
C

Kg/hr
barg
C
barg
C

011-Y-0004
DIFFUSER+ABSORP.
1000.0
ATM NOTE 19
350.00
3.50
386.00
011-Y-0003
DIFFUSER+ABSORP.
4960.0
1.70
350.00
3.50
386.00

This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

06

13-MAR-2013

AB

AB : AS BUILT

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

05

06-OCT-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

JGT / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

04

30-SEP-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

03

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

VSC / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MV / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MMG / FBL

RDP / MAC

JAL

00

11-DEC-2009

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

VJS / FCB

RDP / MAC

JAL

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

APPR/AUTH BY

REV

GENERAL NOTES

DESUPERHEATERS
TYPE
INLET STEAM
kg/h
OP. PRESS.
barg
OP. TEMP.
C in/out
DES. PRESS.
barg
DES. TEMP.
C

3, 4, 6, 7, 11, 13 DELETED.
1- AT SAFE LOCATION. INCLUDES ANTIBIRDS MESH.
2- TO ATMOSPHERE AT SAFE LOCATION.
5- PROVIDE WEEP HOLE = 10 mm AT LOW POINT.
8- HEATER 011-F-0001: OP TEMP: 281 TO 366C AND OP. PRESS: 11.2-2.0 barg.
9- DRUM 011-D-0023: OP. TEMP: 129-350C.
10- MECHANICAL LINK.
12- LOCAL EMERGENCY SWITCH BEHIND FIREWALL OR AT SAFE LOCATION.
14- ZV-0091 LOCATED AT MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM 011-C-0002.
15- MINIMUM DISTANCE REQUIRED TO TEMP. SENSOR (TT-0043) 10m.
16- REQUIRED 2m OF STRAIGHT LENGTH PIPE UPSTREAM 011-DS-0001 AND 5m DOWNSTREAM.
17- COMMON RESET SHALL BE CONFIGURATED IN SIL3 VALVE.
18- AIR VESSEL TO ALLOW 3 FULL STROKES CAPACITIES. AND SHALL BE LOCATED OUTSIDE THE FIRE HAZARDOUS AREA.
19- MAXIMUM OP. PRESSURE: 1.60 barg
20- FIRE-PROOFING ACCORDING TO JERERMS-J-4717.
21- MINIMUM DISTANCE POSSIBLE TO AVOID CONDENSATION.

DATE

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
POS.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

DESCRIPTION
FIRE WATER
SERVICE WATER
COOLING WATER
POTABLE WATER
DEMI WATER
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
HP STEAM
MP STEAM
LP STEAM
HP CONDENSATE
MP CONDENSATE
LP CONDENSATE
BFW
PLANT AIR
INSTRUMENT AIR
N.A.

REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER

COMPANY
STATUS

REVISION MEMO

REF. DWG

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM
011-078

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE DISTILLATION UNIT TRAIN 1
CRUDE HEATER-STEAM COIL

Project:

011-074
011-076
011-075
011-080

Item Tags :

011-F-0001

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

011-Y-0003

011-Y-0004

011-DS-0001

ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE
Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480042.pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480042
2271-011-PID-0021-017

REV:

06

Sheet: 9 of 9

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

41
29

0.2%

NOTE 5

2037

8"T10"
14"
3.68
NOTE 14
PZV
V
NOTE 13 3/4"
3/4"
0046 G
FB
14"x10"
LO

39

8"T10"
3.68

14"
NOTE 13
FB
LO

38
37

PZV
0046 F

V
14"x10"
CL300

CL300

3/4"

CL300
14"x8"

NOTE 12

NOTE 14
PZV
0046 C

3/4"

NOTE 13
3/4" V
FB
LO
14"x10"

3/4"

NOTE 13 3/4"
FB
LO

14"x10"

14"x8"

38

0033

PZV
0047
+

37

14"x8"

3/4"

3/4"

TI
0245

TC
0101

35

NOTE 9

34

33

33

CORROSION
101CH2S
101CH2F

NOTE 13
LO
FB

101CH2S
101CH2F

NOTE 13
LO
FB

NOTE 12

NOTE 13
LO
FB

101CH2S
101CH2F

101CH2S
101CH2F

NOTE 13
LO
FB

NOTE 12

AT

NOTE 13
LC
FB
32"-NAP-011018002-101CH2S-P

30

3/4"-LFL-011018301-101CH2F-N
CLOSED
STRIPPING STEAM
OPEN
ZC
FG ZV VALVES
0320
ZC

HPT

26

101CH2F
101CS1P

40"

NC

M9

0029 C

FV
0019

PT

3/4"

57

3/4"

49

12"
A11B

16"x12"
18

16"-JET-011004001-101CS1P-H

M8

15

FC
14

LC

0018

0010

H
LG
0011

MAG

2"

FT

0010

1/2"

6" 8"x6"

KEROSENE REFLUX

DS011-TRJR-480008
2870

DS011-TRJR-480063
3237

1/2"

1/2"

FV
0023

0023

MIN.
3/4"
D
2"x3/4"

101CS1P
101CH2S

16"x12"

TT
0112

2"

25
5040

SIGNAL
TO TC-0112

FROM 011-G-0008

LAGO PA
FROM B.L.

DS011-TRJR-480018

DS011-TRJR-480140
3240

3982

12"

16"x12"

103CS1P
101CS1P

FC

L11B

2"

NC

MIN.

D
2"x3/4"

103CS1P
101CH2S

25
5041

2"x3/4"

101CS1P
101CH2S

3/4"

ID
24"

3/4"
D

2"
3"

DETAIL "A"

4"

INST.
PIPING
2"

3 m MIN.

FLOW
C
L

60

C
L

4 mm

DETAIL "C"
COLUMN
TYPE
HEIGHT
DIAMETER
OP. PRESS.
OP. TEMP.
DES.PRESS.
DES.TEMP.

mm
mm
barg
C
barg
C

011-C-0002
VERTICAL
60950.0
7800.0
1.00
119.00
3.50
200.00

1"

1"
1"
3"

FLOW

NOTE 4

C
L

60

NOTE 8
2 mm

This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

CL

101SC1P
101CH2S

LI
0012

T5

2"
A8B

ZYC

ZHA

0077

0077

0077

0077

ZLS
0077 O

ZY
0077

ZHS
0077

TT
0105

TI

TT
0103

0122

ZLO

ZLS

0122

0122 O

ZY

0123

0123

OPEN
ZLO

ZLS

0123

0123 O

21
20
19
18

CLOSED

ZLS
0122 C

17

ZLC

ZLS

0123

0123 C

16

IA

ZC
0419

NOTE 15

15

2"
CL300

TI
0105

A9

14"

ATM

ZC
0419

DE

14

ZYV
0123

DE

FO
TSO

ZYV
0122
RESET

FO
TSO

3/4"

ZV
0122
+

ZHSR
0122

RESET

13
12

ZV
0123
+

ZHSR
0123

11
10

101CH2S
101CS1P

5042

0103

0122

ZYC

22

IA

FC
TSO
NOTE 2

TI
0104

ZY

ZLC
0122

2"x1"

25

TT
0104

ZYC

ZHS
0123

POSITIONER

CLOSED

3/4"

D
2"x3/4"

OPEN POSITIONER BY-PASS


ZLO

ZLS
0077 C

ATM
ZV
0077

LL

35

ID
24"
34

LO

NAPHTHA

NEUTRALIZING AGENT

FROM 011-G-0005

FROM 011-X-0004

DS011-TRJR-480047
3251

DS011-TRJR-480126
3252

NAPHTHA

27

7
6
5
4
3

8261

CORROSION INHIBITOR
FROM 011-X-0005

NAPHTHA
TO 011-E-0003

DS011-TRJR-480127
3132

DS011-TRJR-480004
2797

FROM 011-G-0005

4"-DIE-011018003-101CS1P-P
3/4"
D

4"-FLO-011018302-101CS1P-N

DS011-TRJR-480135
3231

LAGO VAPOR
FROM 011-C-0005

FLO

DS011-TRJR-480054
3245

6159

1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011 (EX 011-TT-0001).


2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.
3- ALL LINES CONNECTED TO CLOSED DRAINS SYSTEMS SHALL BE GRAVITY FLOW DESIGNED.
4- DRAIN VALVE ON EQUIPMENT AND/OR PIPING SHALL BE INSTALLED FLANGE TO FLANGE OR AT MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE EQUIPMENT/PIPING TO BE
DRAINED.

NOTES

3"

FROM B.L.

25

0349

L11A 2"
1/4" D

T6

16"x12" 12"

WILD NAPHTHA

6859

ZC

ZLC

24" 28"x24"
NOTE 1
2"

GENERAL NOTES

DETAIL "B"

ZYV
0077

28"-JET-011018001-101CS1P-H

43

A8A

D
3/4"

0077

ZHS
0122

OPEN

MIN.

IA
LT
28"x24" 0012

L13A

12"

101CS1P
103CH2S

ZC
0349

24"

44

M6

14"x10" 10" 14"x10"

0310

CLOSED

2"

B5B

M7

3/4" D

3/4" D

DE

B5A

16"x12"

ZHSR

RESET

ZHA
0123

POSITIONER

NC

ZC

PUMP STOP

1/4" D

FO

2"-CLD-011018315-101CH2S-P

KEROSENE PA
FROM 011-E-0007

INST.
PIPING

0023

MIN.

8"-JET-011026002-101CS1P-H

16"-JET-011004001-101CS1P-H

FT

250mm MIN.

2"-CLD-011018308-101CH2S-P

NC

MIN.

6"x4"

2"-CLD-011018301-101CH2S-P

4"

3/4"-DIE-011018004-103CS1P-P

2"

A10

INST.
PIPING 3/4"

16"-DIE-011098001-103CS1P-H

3/4"-JET-011018002-101CS1P-P

6"x4"

L12B

16"-DIE-011018003-101CS1P-H

FC
CL300

3"-NAP-011098001-103CH2S-P
MIN.

MIN.

CL300

2"

8"

8"-JET-011026002-101CS1P-H

3/4"-JET-011018003-101CS1P-P

8"x6"

L13B

L12A

ZHA
0122

6"x4"

45

2"
MIN.

10

MIN.

1/2"

D 1/4"

FV
0018

250mm MIN.

INST.
PIPING

11

ES

ZHXS

2"

2" 2"

0018

12

16"

D 1/4"

LT

13

48

0077 L

2"

ES

ZHXS
0077

4"

CL300

16"-JET-011022002-101CS1P-H
NO POCKET
NOTE 6

PIPING
INST.

MIN.

16

12"

A11A

6"x4"

TI
0102

BY-PASS

3/4"-NAP-011018003-101CH2S-P
A12

INST.
PIPING

3/4"

PIPING
INST.

TT
0102

24"
ID

16"x12"
17

2"

23

6"-NAP-011019007-101CH2S-P

3/4"-JET-011018301-101CS1P-P

T7

3/4"

PI
0028

19

24

RO
0074

6"x4"

FO
CL300

6"

0029 A
20

8"x4"

1/2"

1/2"

BY-PASS

3, 11 DELETED.
1- PROVIDE MINIMUM VERTICAL RUN OF 3 METERS FROM DRAW OFF NOZZLE BEFORE REDUCING THE SIZE LINE. SEE DETAIL "A".
2- INSTALL ZV VALVE MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM 011-C-0002 NOZZLE.
4- OP. TEMP. C TOP/BOTTOM: 119 / 354. OP. PRESS (barg) TOP / BOTTOM:1.0 / 1.6.
5- CONNECTION ON TOP OF PIPE.
6- LOCAL EMERGENCY HAND SWITCH BEHIND FIREWALL OR SAFE LOCATION.
7- FOR NOZZLES DETAILS, ALIGNMENT AND HEIGHT OF LEVEL INSTRUMENTS SEE MECHANICAL DRAWING.
8- DES. TEMP. C TOP / BOTTOM : 200 / 390
9- CORROSION MONITORING SYSTEM.
10- INJECTION CONNECTION AFTER HIGH POINT OF THE LINE.
12- MECHANICAL LINK.
13- BLOCK VALVE SHALL BE INSTALLED WITH THE STEM IN OR BELOW THE HORIZONTAL POSITION.
14- PZV-0046A/B/C/D/E/F 0047 HAVE BEEN CALCULATED TAKING INTO ACCOUNT CV RATED OF FV-0021 (CV = 1272) AND ITS BYPASS (CV = 1260).
15- QUILL FOR MIXING IMPROVEMENT IS INCLUDED.

28"-JET-011018001-101CS1P-H

21

PT
0029 B

4"

6"x4"

6"-NAP-011019007-101CH2S-P

A13

14"-DIE-011023002-101CS2P-H
NO POCKET

22

25

23

3/4"

INST.
PIPING

NOTE 7
24"
ID

32"-NAP-011018002-101CH2S-P

FT
0019

FC
0019

011-C-0002

B6

3/4"

PT

6" V

101CH2S
101SC1P

LL

25
24

28

3"-NAP-011019008-101CH2S-P

PI
0029

MIN.

PY
0029

29

27

250mm MIN.

NOTE 5

PI
0029 D

2oo3

MIN.

2071

26

2oo3

103CH2S
101CH2S

HH

2"-CLD-011018306-101CH2S-P

30

2"-NAP-011018004-103CH2S-P

8"-NAP-011018005-101CH2S-P

0419

3/4"-LFL-011018302-101CH2F-N

INST.
PIPING

CL300
2"

101CH2S
101SC1P

16"-JET-011022002-101CS1P-H

29

SEE DETAIL "C"


SEE DETAIL "B"

INST.
PIPING

27

CL300
2"

31

4"-N2L-011018301-101CS1P-N

ZC
0330

0245

ZC
0371

0101

2"-CHP-011054002-101SC1P-N

ZC
0377

TT

NO POCKET

40"-NAP-011018001-101CH2S-P

2"-CHP-011054702-101SC1P-N

28

ZC
0378

NOTE 10

NOTE 10

TT

CL300
2"

3"-NAP-011019008-101CH2S-P

29

32

0033

40"-NAP-011018001-101CH2S-P

31

101CH2S
101CH2F

NOTE 13
LO
FB

4"-NAP-011018005-101CH2S-P

FB
LO
NOTE 13

101CH2S
101CH2F

NOTE 13
LO
FB

ATM

101CH2S
101CH2F

101CH2S
101CH2F

32

36

CMS

AI
0033

NOTE 12

3/4"

3/4"

3/4"

14"x8"

3/4"

AI

CL300

CL300

3/4"
NOTE 12

NOTE 13
3/4" V
FB
14"x10"
LO

CL300
14"x8"

PZV
0046 A

39

8"T10"
3.50

NOTE 14

PZV
0046 B

40

TRIM: NAP-011018601-101CH2S / JET-011018601-103CS1P


INSULATION: H

14"

NOTE 14

011-SP-0025

8"T10"
3.50

14"

CL300

3/4"

3/4"

3/4"

NOTE 13
FB 3/4" V
LO
14"x10"

14"x8"

3/4"
NOTE 12

3/4"

34

14"x8"

3/4"
35

NOTE 14

8"T10"
3.68

14"

PZV
0046 D

NOTE 13
FB 3/4" V
LO
14"x10"

CL300

14"x8"

8"T10"
3.68

14"

NOTE 14

PZV
0046 E

NOTE 13 3/4" V
FB
14"x10"
LO

8"T10"
3.68

14"

NOTE 14

36

8"T10"
3.68

14"

42"-LFL-011018301-101CH2F-N

40

41

011-C-0002
ATMOSPHERIC COLUMN

KEROSENE
TO 011-C-0004
& 011-G-0008
DS011-TRJR-480052
3247

DS011-TRJR-480047
3249

05

13-MAR-2013

AB

AB: AS BUILT

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

04

30-SEP-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

03

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

VKB / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

VKB / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

KEROSENE VAPOR

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

VSC / FCB

RDP / MAC

JAL

FROM 011-C-0004

00

11-DEC-2009

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

MMG / STG

RDP / MAC

JAL

DS011-TRJR-480052
3248

REV

DATE

COMPANY
STATUS

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
POS.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

DESCRIPTION
FIRE WATER
SERVICE WATER
COOLING WATER
POTABLE WATER
DEMI WATER
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
HP STEAM
MP STEAM
LP STEAM
HP CONDENSATE
MP CONDENSATE
LP CONDENSATE
BFW
PLANT AIR
INSTRUMENT AIR
N.A.

REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
FLO

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER
FLUSHING OIL

REVISION MEMO

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM
011-078

Project:

011-074

011-076
Item Tags :

011-075
011-080
011-077

011-C-0002

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE DISTILLATION UNIT TRAIN 1
CRUDE DISTILLATION COLUMN
ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE
Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480043.pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480043
2271-011-PID-0021-018

REV:

05

Sheet: 1 of 2

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

011-C-0002
2" 2"

8"x6" 6"

33

MIN.

LC

0022

0016

MIN.

10"
A5B

3/4"-HFO-011018007-101CL2P-P

LG
0017

0022

1/2"
1/2"

1/2"

3/4"
D
FV
0022

1/2"

NC
PIPING

2"x3/4"

20

6" 10"x6"

16

FC

2"-CLD-011018304-101CH2S-P

L7B
L6B

L5B

2"

2"

2"

2"

L6A

15

L7A

2"

103CL2P
101CH2S

11
10
9

1" PIPING
INST.
1"x3/4"

M2

LI
0125

LG
0019

2" 2"
2"

2"
1/4"

LT
0125
LT

1"x3/4"
INST.
PIPING 1"

NC

LI

2"

0020 L

ID
24"

LC
0020

3/4"

2"

PT
2"

2"
PIPING

2"
L1B

HAGO PA

TOPPED CRUDE

STRIPPING STEAM

FROM 011-E-0017

FROM 011-G-0012

FROM 011-F-0001

FROM 011-F-0001

DS011-TRJR-480064
3262

DS011-TRJR-480026
3190

DS011-TRJR-480065
3268

DS011-TRJR-480041
3216

DS011-TRJR-480042
3227

OPEN POSITIONER BY-PASS


ZLO
0079

ZYC
0079

27

ZHA
0079

26

TT
0109

ES

0079
ATM

ZLS
0079 C

ZLS
0079 O

ZY
0079

ZHS
0079

25
24

2"
CL300

22
21

2"-FLO-011018301-101CS1P-N

1" D

0030

FLO

20

5409

19

MIN.

18

TT
0111

TI
0111

17

8"-CRU-011018001-101CL4P-H

2"

INST.

FI
0117

CLOSE STEAM
INJECTION

2"
LT

LI

0124

0124

16

1/2" 1/2"

ZC
0340

15

FT
0117

CL300
14

1/2" 1/2"
ZC
0371

INST.

HH

ZC
0342

LL

13

PIPING

PUMP STOP

12
11

0021 L

2"
2"

8"
A14
L1A
2"

ID
24"

M1

2"

2"

ZHXS

2"

ES

0006 L
1/4"

LT
0021

ZC

ZHXS

0302

0006

NUCL.

ZYV
0006

B1
20"

ES

RESET

NOTE 3
+

ZHSR
0006

DE

ZV
0006

MIN.

1"

IA.

NC

ATM

6"

6"-HFO-011018105-103CL4P-S

2"

TT
0113

103CL4P
101CS1P
103CL4P
101CH2S

FC
TSO

6"-OLW-011018301-101CS1P-N
TI
0113

SIGNAL
TO FC-0033-A

DS011-TRJR-480312

OLW

4178
SIGNAL

SIGNAL
TO HS-0053-A

TO FC-0033-B

25

DS011-TRJR-480104

DS011-TRJR-480312

3020

4171

6136

10, DELETED.
1- LIQUID DRAW THROUGH TWO NOZZLES LOCATED AT 180. PROVIDE MINIMUM VERTICAL RUN OF THE HIGHEST OF 3 METERS FROM NOZZLE,
AT NOZZLE SIZE, SEE DETAIL "A".
2- INSTALL ZV VALVE MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM 011-C-0002 NOZZLE.
3- LOCAL EMERGENCY SWITCH BEHIND FIREWALL OR IN SAFE LOCATION.
4- ENSURE THAT NOZZLES FOR LEVEL TRANSMITTERS ARE AT THE SAME ELEVATION.
6- OP. TEMP.C TOP / BOTTOM: 119 / 354. OP. PRESS (barg) TOP/BOTTOM: 1.0/1.6.
7- MAKE CONNECTION ON TOP OF LINE.
8- DES. TEMP. C TOP/BOTTOM: 200/390.
9- FOR NOZZLES DETAILS, ALIGNMENT AND HEIGHT OF LEVEL INSTRUMENTS SEE MECHANICAL DRAWING.
11- CHECK VALVES AND ISOLATION VALVE ARE TO BE CLOSE TO THE COLUMN AND AT THE SAME PLANE OR ABOVE OF THE NOZZLE.
12- DELETED.

1"-OLW-011018302-101CS1P-N

ZC
0342

20"

NOTES

This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

MIN.

L2A

BY-PASS
ZHA
0006

OPEN
ZLO
0006

CLOSED POSITIONER
ZLC
0006

OLW

ZYC
0006

ZHS

ZLS

ZLS

ZY

0006

0006 O

0006 C

0006

ATM. RESIDUE
FROM 011-G-0014

DS011-TRJR-480066
3280

DS011-TRJR-480066
3281

05

13-MAR-2013

AB

04

30-SEP-2011

03

1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

FIRE WATER
SERVICE WATER
COOLING WATER
POTABLE WATER
DEMI WATER
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
HP STEAM
MP STEAM
LP STEAM
HP CONDENSATE
MP CONDENSATE
LP CONDENSATE
BFW
PLANT AIR
INSTRUMENT AIR
N.A.

REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

DESCRIPTION

19 N.A.
20 FUEL OIL
21 FUEL GAS
22 N.A.
23 N.A.
24 N.A.
25 CLOSED DRAIN
26 N.A.
27 L.P. NITROGEN
28 H.P. FLARE
29 L.P. FLARE
30 SOUR/ACID FLARE
31 PILOT GAS
32 AUX COOLING WATER
99
ON-OFF VALVE DETAIL
FLO FLUSHING OIL

9
8
7
6
5
4

HAGO
TO 011-C-0006 &
011-G-0012
DS011-TRJR-480056
3278

HAGO VAPOR
FROM 011-C-0006
DS011-TRJR-480056
3276

LAGO
TO 011-C-0005 &
011-G-0010
DS011-TRJR-480054
3260

2
1

AB: AS BUILT

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

IRG / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-10

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MSS / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

IRG / FBL

RDP / MAC

JAL

00

11-DEC-2009

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

VJS / FCB

RDP / MAC

JAL

REV

DATE

COMPANY
STATUS

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
DESCRIPTION

10

5048

ATM RESIDUE

POS.

101CL4P
101CH2S

25

TO 011-G-0014

2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.
3- ALL LINES CONNECTED TO CLOSED DRAINS SYSTEMS SHALL BE GRAVITY FLOW DESIGNED.
4- DRAIN VALVE ON EQUIPMENT AND/OR PIPING SHALL BE INSTALLED FLANGE TO FLANGE OR AT MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE EQUIPMENT/PIPING TO BE
DRAINED.

mm
mm
barg
C
barg
C

28

FC TSO
NOTE 2

LI
0021

1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011 (EX 011-TT-0001).

011-C-0002
VERTICAL
60950.0
7800.0
1.00
NOTE 6
119.00 NOTE 6
3.50
NOTE 8
200.00

TI

23

GENERAL NOTES

COLUMN
TYPE
HEIGHT
DIAMETER
OP. PRESS.
OP. TEMP.
DES.PRESS.
DES.TEMP.

29

8"-CRU-011018001-101CL4P-H

20"-HFO-011018101-103CL4P-S

MIN.

D 2"x1"

LL

ZHXS

PI

0030

1/4"

4"
S

HS
0005

2"-CLD-011018312-101CH2S-P

LAGO REFLUX
FROM 011-G-0010

250mm MIN.

18"-LPS-011017001-101CS1P-H

36"-CRU-011017002-101CL2P-H

14"-HFO-011014007-101CL2P-H

8"-DIE-011026004-103CS2P-H

10"-HFO-011027004-103CL2P-H
HAGO REFLUX

1"

IA
DE

INST.

PIPING

MIN.

35

0109

ZLC
0079

2"-CRU-011018001-101CL4P-P

PIPING

D1

2"

TI

D
4"-MPS-011018301-103CS1P-H 3/4"
UC

0079
CLOSED

0110

2189

0308

ZC
0351

ZV
0079

TT

L2B

ZHSR

ZYV
0079

8"

L3B

ZC

A3

L3A

10

NOTE 11

101CL4P
101CS1P

INST. PIPING

2"
1/4"
2"

MIN. INST.

1"-HFO-011018102-103CL4P-S

0020

2"
CL300

LI

LE

NUCL 0020
NOTE 5

LI
0018

NOTE 4

2"

2"

25
5044

0079 L

P1

MAG

2"
1/4"

8"

12"
A2A

2"

ZC
0351

NOTE 3

0110

P2

A1

12"
A2B

18"x12"
PI
0032

TI
0108

LT
0018

28"

14

11500

12

2"
1/4"

T2

18"-LPS-011018001-101CL4P-H

NC

0078

33

ES

ZHXS

B2

36"

1"-CRU-011018003-101CL4P-S

0078

30

INST.

B3A

ID
24"

PIPING

18"x12"

MIN.

D
2"x3/4"

2"-CLD-011018310-101CH2S-P

13

3/4"

0078 O

32

28"-HFO-011018001-101CL2P-H
NOTE 1

P3

2"

0.2%

1"-LFL-011018310-101CH2F-N

2075

TT
0108

T1

101CH2F
101CL4P

14

29

0078 C

12"-HFO-011024002-101CL2P-H
NO POCKET

28"
B3B

HPT

MIN.

15

36"-CRU-011017002-101CL2P-H

250mm MIN.

3/4"-HFO-011018003-103CL2P-P

17
16

8"x4"

NC
MIN.

2"

2"

3050

4"

ZHS

31

2"

10"
2"

INST.

ZY

FC
TSO
NOTE 2

2"

L5A

A4

PI
0031

ZLS

34

PUMP STOP

2"

10"-HFO-011018002-101CL2P-H

25

8"x4"

0107

INSTR.

19
18

0107

36

ZLS

0078

ATM

ZV
0078

2"

M3

101CL2P
101CH2S

TI

12"x10"

PIPING

10"x6"

PUMP STOP

37

0106

ZHXS ES

0350

TT

2"

2"

MIN.

MIN

25
5043

INST.
PIPING

2"

1/4"

1/4"

38

TT

T3

19

PIPING
2" 2" 2"

0016

MAG

0078

12"x10"

10"
A6A

ID
24"

M4

10"
A5A

2"

LT

FT

MIN.

21

FC

INST.

250 mm

103CS2P
101CH2S

PIPING
INSTR.

103CL2P
101CL2P

22

3/4"

0078

A6B

14"x10"

3/4"
2"x3/4"

0015

2"

10"

0078

DE

28"-DIE-011018001-101CS2P-H
NOTE 1

T4

29
20

14"x10"
D

0015

LL

B4B
28"
28"
B4A

30

101CH2F
101CL2P

3/4"-HFO-011018006-101CL2P-P
14"-HFO-011014007-101CL2P-H

5046

ZC

1/4"

PIPING

A7

NC

25

ID
24"

M5

2072

2"-CLD-011018303-101CH2S-P

8"x4"

NC

2"-CLD-011018309-101CH2S-P

23

4"

LI

NOTE 7

MIN.

25
24

2"
2"

8"

250mm MIN.

3/4"-DIE-011018005-103CS2P-P

26

INST.

29

LT

L8A

3/4"-LFL-011018304-101CH2F-N

2"x3/4"

2" 2"

L10A

MIN.

8"x4"

30

27

HPT

NC

101CS2P
101CH2S

28

1/4"

8"-DIE-011018002-101CS2P-H

31

29

MAG

0078
IA

1/4"
L9A

FC

MIN.

32

8"x6"

MIN.

3/4"

2"

ZHA

28"-DIE-011018001-101CS2P-H

FV
0024

34

INSTR.

250 mm MIN.

1/2"

103CS2P
101CS2P

1/2"

PIPING

3/4"-DIE-011018008-101CS2P-P

INST.
PIPING

35

LG
0014

ZYC

39

12"-HFO-011024002-101CL2P-H

FT
0024

36

0013

L8B

2"
2"

ZLO

28"-HFO-011018001-101CL2P-H

0013

1/4"

ZLC

DETAIL "A"
3m MIN.

2"-CRU-011018004-101CL4P-P

0024

LT

31

40

TI
0106

OPEN POSITIONER BY-PASS

CLOSED

ZYV
0078

PIPING INST.
2" 2"

0350

ZHSR
0078

2"-CLD-011018307-101CH2S-P

MIN.

L9B

LC

ZC
0309

MIN.

FC

37

ZHXS
0078 L

L10B

2"

3/4"

ES

101CS1P
101CL4P

NC

38

TRIM: HFO-011018601-103CL2P
/ DIE-011018601-103CS2P
/ HFO-011018101-103CL4P
/ CRU-011018601-103CL4P

INSTR.

PIPING

ZC

NOTE 3

MIN.

NOTE 7

39

NOTE 9

3/4"-DIE-011018009-101CS2P-P

101CH2F
101CS2P

29
5045

41

250mm MIN.

40

011-C-0002
ATMOSPHERIC COLUMN

HPT

101CL4P
101CS1P

3/4"-LFL-011018303-101CH2F-N

8"-HFO-011027114-101CL4P-S

41

REVISION MEMO

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM
011-078

Project:

011-074

011-076
011-075
011-080
011-220
011-077

Item Tags : 011-C-0002

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE DISTILLATION UNIT TRAIN 1
CRUDE DISTILLATION COLUMN
ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE
Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480044.pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480044
2271-011-PID-0021-018

REV:

05

Sheet: 2 of 2

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

011-A-0001-A / B / C / D / E / F / G / H / I / J / K / L / M / N / O / P
CDU OVERHEAD CONDENSER

41
40

41
40

NOTE 5
HPT

39

39

2"-LFL-011019303-101CH2F-N
38

29

TI

NOTE 1

0361

37

NC

2"-NAP-011019032-101CH2S-P

36

TT

34

37
36
35

MIN

10 MIN.

2"

2"
CL300

2"-NAP-011019022-101CH2S-P

34
33

34"-NAP-011002001-101CH2S-P

TWO PHASE FLOW

32

34"x20"

34"x20"

20"

32

MIN

33

101CH2F
101CH2S

2"

0361

35

38

3969

31

20"
31

HPT

30

20"x16"

16"

20"x16"

20"x16"

16"

16"

30

20"x16"

16"

29

29

NOTE 7

28

16"

16"

16"

28

16"

16"

16"

16"

16"

27

27

N2

N2

6"

011-A-0001-E
N4

N4

6"

011-A-0001-F

N2

N2

6"

011-A-0001-H

011-A-0001-G

N4

N4

6"

N2

N2

6"

011-A-0001-I

011-A-0001-J
N4

6"

N4

N2

N2

6"

011-A-0001-K

6"

011-A-0001-L

N4

N4

N2

N2

6"

011-A-0001-M

011-A-0001-N

N4

6"

N4

N1

N1

N2

N2

6"

10"

011-A-0001-O
N4

6"

N4
1-1/2"

011-A-0001-D

N1

10"

1-1/2"

6"

N4

N1

10"

1-1/2"

N4

10"

1-1/2"

6"

011-A-0001-C

N1

N1

1-1/2"

N2

N1

N1

10"

26

NOTE3

NOTE3
10"

1-1/2"

N2

10"

1-1/2"

011-A-0001-B

N1

N1

10"

10"

1-1/2"

1-1/2"

6"

23

N4

N4

N1

N1

10"

1-1/2"

011-A-0001-A

N2

N1

N1

10"

10"

10"

1-1/2"

24

1-1/2"

N1

10"

1-1/2"

10"

10"

25

NOTE3

NOTE3

NOTE3

NOTE3

1-1/2"

NOTE3

1-1/2"

NOTE3

1-1/2"

26

25

N1

011-A-0001-P

24

N2
6"

23

22

22

21

21

13

MA
0001 D

NOTE 6

NOTE 6

TYP.7

MA
0001 E

MA
0001 F

NOTE 6

NOTE 6

ZC
0410

MCC

TYP.8

TYP.7

MA
0001 G

MA
0001 H

NOTE 6

NOTE 6

ZC
0410

MCC

MCC

TYP.8

TYP.7

MA
0001 I

MA
0001 J

NOTE 6

NOTE 6

ZC
0410

MCC

MCC

TYP.8

TYP.7

MA
0001 K

MA
0001 L

NOTE 6

NOTE 6

ZC
0410

MCC

MCC

TYP.8

TYP.7

MA
0001 M

MA
0001 N

NOTE 6

NOTE 6

MCC

ZC
0410

MCC

TYP.8

TYP.7

MA
0001 O

MA
0001 P

NOTE 6

NOTE 6

6"-NAP-011019031-101CH2S-P

NOTE 6

MA
0001 C

TYP.8

MCC

6"-NAP-011019031-101CH2S-P

NOTE 6

TYP.7

MCC

6"-NAP-011019031-101CH2S-P

MA
0001 B

TYP.8

ZC
0410

MCC

6"-NAP-011019031-101CH2S-P

MA
0001 A

MCC

6"-NAP-011019031-101CH2S-P

TYP.7

ZC
0410

6"-NAP-011019031-101CH2S-P

TYP.8

MCC

6"-NAP-011019031-101CH2S-P

14

MCC

6"-NAP-011019031-101CH2S-P

15

ZC
0410

6"-NAP-011019031-101CH2S-P

16

MCC

6"-NAP-011019031-101CH2S-P

17

6"-NAP-011019031-101CH2S-P

18

6"-NAP-011019031-101CH2S-P

18

6"-NAP-011019031-101CH2S-P

19

6"-NAP-011019031-101CH2S-P

19

6"-NAP-011019031-101CH2S-P

20

6"-NAP-011019031-101CH2S-P

20

17
16
15
14
13

02

12

12

10"

10"

11

11

MIN.

2"-NAP-011019001-101CH2S-P

2"
7
6
5
4

101CH2S

101CS1P

2"-NAP-011019001-101CH2S-P

TT

0114

2"

10 MIN.

2"
CL300

NAPHTHA
TO 011-D-0004 4186 5

2"-NAP-011019035-101CH2S-P

1-1/2"

MIN.

MIN.

MIN.
3/4"-OLW-011019306-101CS1P-N

3/4"-OLW-011019301-101CS1P-N

OLW

2"-CLD-011019306-101CH2S-P
OLW

2"-CLD-011019306-101CH2S-P

25

CDU NAPHTHA
OVERHEAD
FROM 011-E-0003

3074

DS011-TRJR-480004
2814

GENERAL NOTES
1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011(EX 011-TT-0001).
2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.
3- ALL LINES CONNECTED TO CLOSED DRAINS SYSTEMS SHALL BE GRAVITY FLOW DESIGNED.
4- DRAIN VALVE ON EQUIPMENT AND/OR PIPING SHALL BE INSTALLED FLANGE TO FLANGE OR AT MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE EQUIPMENT/PIPING TO BE DRAINED.

NOTES
4- DELETED.
1- MAKE CONNECTION ON TOP OF PIPE.
2- OP. TEMP. C IN / OUT: 95 / 60.
3- 1% SLOPE IN LAST PASS OFF TUBE BUNDLES IS TO BE CONSIDERED.
5- AIR COOLER HAS 8 BAYS WITH 2 MOTORS / FANS EACH AND 2 BUNDLE PER BAY.
AIRFINS
TYPE
SURFACE
OP. PRESS.
OP. TEMP.
DES. PRESS.
DES. TEMP
DUTY

3/4"

1-1/2"-NAP-011019034-101CH2S-P

250mm MIN.

10

0114

34"-NAP-011002001-101CH2S-P

TI
2"

12"-NAP-011019001-101CH2S-P

1-1/2"

MIN.

101CH2S
101CS1P

3/4"

2"-NAP-011019009-101CH2S-P

10
9

NOTE 7

12"x10" 12"x10"

1-1/2"-NAP-011019033-101CH2S-P

MIN.

m
barg
C
barg
C
Gcal/h

011-A-0001-A TO P
FORCED
2978.0
0.60
95.00
3.50
130.00
26.72

6- VIBRATION TRIP IS REQUIRED FOR EACH MOTOR AS PER MOTOR TYPICAL.


7- PIPING ARRANGEMENT TO BE SYMETRICAL.
NOTE 2

This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

05

13-MAR-2013

AB

AB: AS BUILT

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

04

30-SEP-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

03

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

VSC / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

JMV/ STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MVF / FBL

RDP / MAC

JAL

00

11-DEC-2009

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

JGT / FCB

RDP / MAC

JAL

REV

DATE

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
POS.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

DESCRIPTION
FIRE WATER
SERVICE WATER
COOLING WATER
POTABLE WATER
DEMI WATER
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
HP STEAM
MP STEAM
LP STEAM
HP CONDENSATE
MP CONDENSATE
LP CONDENSATE
BFW
PLANT AIR
INSTRUMENT AIR
N.A.

REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER

COMPANY
STATUS

REVISION MEMO

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM
011-078

Project:

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE
DISTILLATION UNIT TRAIN 1

CDU OVERHEAD CONDENSER

011-074
011-076
Item Tags :

011-075
011-080

ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE

011-A-0001 A TO P

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480045 .pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480045
2271-011-PID-0021-019

REV: 05

Sheet: 1 of 3

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

41

36

6"

6"

3/4" D

3"x1-1/2"
1-1/2"

3"x1-1/2"

34

3/4"-NAP-011019029-101CH2S-P

NC

SPLIT
RANGE

33

MIN.
3/4"

3/4" V

32

0%-45%
HPT

4"-NAP-011021003-103CH2S-P

29

31

HPT
3/4"

55%-100%

PY
0033

6982

NOTE 7

101CH2F

30

MIN.

27

PZV
0011 A

3/4"
18"x10"

0033

INST.
PIPING
MIN.

LPT

12"

24

011-D-0004
23

2" 4"
4"
2"
V1
P1

2"
P2

E1

PIPING

3/4"
18"x10"

18"x8"

NOTE 12

NOTE 9

3/4"
V

NOTE 12

2"

2"
ZC
0343

M1

3/4"-NAP-011019023-103CH2S-N
MIN.

2"
3/4"

FB

16

2"-CLD-011019308-101CH2S-N
NO POCKETS

15

13

1/4" D
LDG

LDT

0025

0026

3/4"-NAP-011019027-101CH2S-P

5049

101CH2S
101CH2F

1/4" D
INST.

11

INST.
PIPING

3/4"-LFL-011019305-101CH2F-N

12"-NAP-011019001-101CH2S-P

0019

0320

LDI
0027

FMC

28

MIN.

2"
D

1/4"

2"

26

23

LT

LC

0024

0024

22

MAG

LG
21

0023

INST.

PIPING
2"

20
TO FC-0025 4195

ES ZHXS

FC
TSO

0007

0343

L6B

0007 L

ZYV
0007

NOTE 2

ZC

ZHSR

0303

0007

19

ZC

ZHXS ES

NOTE 1

12"

24

MIN.

ZV
0007

B1

18

RESET
CLOSED

OPEN

POSITIONER

BY-PASS

ZLC

ZLO

ZYC

ZHA

0007

0007

0007

0007

17
16

15

L6A

IA
ZLS

ZLS

ZY

ZHS

0007 C

0007 O

0007

0007

14

ATM

13

12"-NAP-011019002-101CH2S-P

B2

PIPING D1
4"

27

3/4"

3/4"-NAP-011019024-101CH2S-P

L5A
L4A

2"

29

ZYV
0008

6"

ZHXS
0008 L

FC
TSO

IA

4"-OLW-011019305-101CS1P-N

ZV
0008

ES

NOTE 1

ES

ZC

ZHSR

0375

0008

RESET

CLOSED

OPEN

POSITIONER BY-PASS

ZLC

ZLO

ZYC

ZHA

0008

0008

0008

0008

3/4"

NAPHTHA
TO 011-G-0005-A/B 4198 12
11

INST.
NC PIPING

10
9

ATM

ZHXS

ES

0008

ZLS
0008 C

ZLS
0008 O

ZY
0008

ZHS
0008

7
6

3/4"-AWS-011019004-101CH2S-P

3/4"-AWS-011019004-101CH2S-P

3"-AWS-011044017-101CH2S-P
4

LPT

011-SC-0028

SC
3/4"
D

TYPE 14
AT

NOTE 10

0019
pH

FROM/TO 011-D-0006
DS011-TRJR-480113
3283

3857

SOUR WATER

NAPHTHA START-UP

TO 011-D-0006

FROM B.L.

DS011-TRJR-480113
3284

DS011-TRJR-480051
3253

2"x3/4"
2500mm

NAPHTHA

SIGNAL
TO 011-X-0004
TO 011-AY-0019A/B
DS011-TRJR-480126

MIN.
3/4"

CL300
CL300
PIPING
INST.

2"

SAMPLE LINE

NC 4"x3"
3"

3/4"-AWS-011019006-101CH2S-P

4"x3"
NOTE 8

6"-AWS-011019001-101CH2S-P
2"-AWS-011019010-103CH2S-P

6"x3" FC 6"x3"
CL300 3/4" D
3/4" D

MIN

RETURN SAMPLE LINE

4"-NAP-011021003-103CH2S-N
NOTE 4

6"-AWS-011019001-101CH2S-P

EQUILIBRIUM LINE

4"-NAP-011019004-101CH2S-P

2"

PIPING
INST.

3/4"-AWS-011019008-101CH2S-P

2"-AWS-011019011-103CH2S-P

MIN.

3"

2"-AWS-011019012-101CH2S-P

101CH2S
101CS1P

LDV
0026

1/2"

PIPING 1/2"
INST.

4"-AWS-011019004-101CH2S-P

4"-CLD-011019301-101CH2S-P

FT
0149

3
2

3/4"-OLW-011019302-101CS1P-N

OLW

FI

SOUR WATER
FROM 011-D-0006
DS011-TRJR-480113

0149
25

8258

3049

25

GENERAL NOTES
1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011 (EX 011-TT-0001).
2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.
3- ALL LINES CONNECTED TO CLOSED DRAINS SYSTEMS SHALL BE GRAVITY FLOW DESIGNED.
4- DRAIN VALVE ON EQUIPMENT AND/OR PIPING SHALL BE INSTALLED FLANGE TO FLANGE OR AT MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE EQUIPMENT/PIPING TO BE DRAINED.

NOTES

011-D-0004
HORIZONTAL
10200.0
2900.0
0.30
65.00
3.50
100.00

This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

05

13-MAR-2013

AB

AB: AS BUILT

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

04

30-SEP-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

03

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MSS / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MSS / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

01

17JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

JCP / STG

RDP / MAC

JAL

00

11-DEC-2009

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

JCP / STG

RDP / MAC

JAL

REV

DATE

COMPANY
STATUS

2"-CLD-011019309-101CH2S-P

6980

mm
mm
barg
C
barg
C

3/4"

101CH2F
101CH2S

OLW

DRUM
TYPE
HEIGHT
DIAMETER
OP. PRESS.
OP. TEMP.
DES.PRESS.
DES.TEMP.

3/4"
NC

3/4"

INST.

ZV CLOSURE

NAPHTHA
4186FROM 011-A-0001

2"

4"-AWS-011019009-101CH2S-P
101CH2S
LL
101CS1P

ZC
0375

MH D 1/4"
24"

M2

DE

ZC
0375

NOTE 12

INST.

MIN.

UC

NC
3/4"

PIPING
2"

250mm MIN.

AC

LDC
0026

30

D 3/4"

DE

1/4" D
2"

NOTE 7

10

2" 2"

31

5410

18"

D 1/4"

29

12

LDT
0027

HPT

25

6983

2" 2"

MAG
3/4"

PIPING
2"

2"

L1A

L4B
2"
L5B

2"

INST.
PIPING

103CH2S
101CH2S

L2A

L3A

1/4" D

17100 mm

17

2"

PIPING
2"

INST.
PIPING

29

V NOTE 6
LO FB

FB
LC

NOTE 6

32

NOTE 7

NOTE 9

LO

3/4"-LFL-011019304-101CH2F-N

25

NOTE 2
2"

INST.

2"

2"-NAP-011019025-101CH2S-P

3/4"
18"x10"

18"

L3B

1/4" D

LT
0022
LL

S1

NC

2"x3/4"
18

MIN.

2"

HPT

CL300
18"x8"
011-SP-0026

D 3/4"

NOTE 6

2"

L2B

3/4" V

UC

250mm MIN.

19

14

LI
0022

PUMP STOP

3/4"

20

33

PZV
0012

V NOTE 6
LO FB

CL300

E2 W1
2"
L1B

INST.

22

MH
24"

34

24"

6"

NOTE 5

21

0.2 %

20"-LFL-011019302-101CH2F-N

24"-NAP-011019006-101CH2S-P

2"

4"

A1

35

18"

25

36

8"T10"
3.50

PZV
0011 B

V NOTE 6
LO FB

FB
LO
NOTE 6

PT

PI
0034

29
6981

NOTE 7

D 3/4"

12"-NAP-011019001-101CH2S-P

3/4"

37

NOTE 7

3/4"-LFL-011019307-101CH2F-N

8"T10"
3.70

3/4"
V

26

8"T10"
3.50

18"x8"

103CH2S
101CH2S

2016

HPT

2017

PC
0033

28

29

NOTE 7

3/4"-LFL-011019306-101CH2F-N
4"-NAP-011019004-101CH2S-P

38

6"-LFL-011019301-101CH2F-N

29

CL300

29

39

3/4"

NC

3/4"-NAP-011019030-101CH2S-P

6"-NAP-011019005-101CH2S-P
NO POCKET

35

FC
TSO
3/4" D
CL300
6"

CL300

FC
TSO
CL300

3/4" D

MIN.

2169

37

6"x2"

PV
0033 B

1/2"

1/2"

101CH2S
101CH2F

2"

40

MIN.

3"x2"

3"-FGS-011019301-101CS2P-S

INST.
PIPING

101CH2S
101CH2F

21

FI
0114

101CH2S
101CH2F

38

TRIM: NAP-011019601-101CH2S
/ NAP-011019602-103CH2S
INSULATION: N

PV
0033 A

101CS2P
101CH2S

39

FT
0114

101CH2F

40

101CH2S

011-D-0004
CDU REFLUX DRUM

101CH2S
101CH2F

41

3,11 DELETED.
1- LOCAL EMERGENCY SWITCH BEHIND FIREWALL OR IN SAFE LOCATION.
2- ENSURE THAT NOZZLES FOR LEVEL TRANSMITTERS ARE AT THE SAME ELEVATION.
4- NAPHTHA FILLING LINE.
5- FOR NOZZLES DETAILS, ALIGNMENT AND HEIGHT OF LEVEL INSTRUMENTS SEE MECHANICAL DRAWING.
6- BLOCK VALVE SHALL BE INSTALLED WITH THE STEM IN OR BELOW HORIZONTAL POSITION.
7- MAKE CONNECTION ON TOP.
8- FOR FURTHER INFORMATION SEE SAMPLE DETAILS DIAGRAM: SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480275.
9- MECHANICAL LINK.
10- LOCATED INSELF STANDING RACK
12- PZV-0011 A/B/C, PZV-0012 SIZE HAVE BEEN CALCULATED TAKING INTO ACCOUNT CV RATED OF PV-0033A (CV=27.2) AND ITS BYPASS (Cv=17.8)

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
POS.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

DESCRIPTION
FIRE WATER
SERVICE WATER
COOLING WATER
POTABLE WATER
DEMI WATER
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
HP STEAM
MP STEAM
LP STEAM
HP CONDENSATE
MP CONDENSATE
LP CONDENSATE
BFW
PLANT AIR
INSTRUMENT AIR
N.A.

REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER

REVISION MEMO

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM
011-078

Project:

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE DISTILLATION UNIT TRAIN 1

CDU REFLUX DRUM

011-074
011-076
Item Tags :

011-075
011-080

011-D-0004

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE
Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480046.pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480046
2271-011-PID-0021-019

REV:

05

Sheet: 2 of 3

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

41

41

40

40

39

39

38

38

37

37

36

36

35

35

34

34

FC
0025

33

33

32

32

31

31

FT
0025

29

1/2"

29

6"x4"
CL300

27
26

12"-NAP-011019002-101CH2S-P

24
23

MIN.

8"x6"

8"-NAP-011019003-101CH2S-P

25

FV
0025

1/2"

3/4"-NAP-011019019-101CH2S-P

28

30

4"

28

6"x4"

FC
CL300

6"x4"

4"

3/4"-NAP-011019020-101CH2S-P

INST.
PIPING

MIN.

30

6"x4"

NC
NOTE 9
TYPE 14

27
26
25
24
23

2"
UC

2"
UC

LPT

21

NOTE 3

MIN.

22

MIN.

SC

LPT

MIN.

NOTE 3

3/4"-NAP-011019018-101CH2S-P

011-SC-0006

MIN.

22

MIN.

21

3/4"
FROM 011-LC-0024
4195

D
2"x3/4"

20

MIN.

20
19

19

NOTE 6

NOTE 5

10

MIN.

LPT
CL300
12"x8"
8"
"
4
/
1"x3
3/4"

PIPING INST.
3/4"

NOTE 8
6" 8"x6"

INST.
PIPING

PI
0036

3/4"

2"

250mm MIN.

17

INST.

2"

PIPING

NOTE 7

2"-NAP-011019017-101CH2S-P

8"-NAP-011019014-101CH2S-P

2"-CLD-011019304-101CH2S-P

16

25
5050

AT

15

CORROSION

0034
14

2"-NAP-011019026-103CH2S-P
13
12

011-G-0005-B
NOTE 5

CL300

AI
0034

18

PIPING INST.

LPT
12"x8" CL300
8"
"
4
/
1"x3
3/4"

NOTE 8
6" 8"x6"

3/4"

11

PI
NOTE 11

0037

10

RO
0013

CL300

3/4"

6"-NAP-011019003-101CH2S-P

INST.
PIPING

11

0179

011-G-0005-A

3/4"

NAPHTHA
4198FROM 011-D-0004

PI

MIN.

12

PI
0176

12"-NAP-011019002-101CH2S-P

13

2"-NAP-011019016-101CH2S-P

14

8"-NAP-011019003-101CH2S-P

15

3/4"

16

AI
0034
12"-NAP-011019013-101CH2S-P

17

NOTE 6
CMS

12"-NAP-011019002-101CH2S-P

18

2"

7
6

MIN.
2"-NAP-011019016-101CH2S-P

MIN.

2"-NAP-011019017-101CH2S-P

0005 A

2"-CLD-011019302-101CH2S-P

TYP. 6
NOTE 10

0005 B
2"-CLD-011019303-101CH2S-P

25

OLW

25
3070

3
2

DS011-TRJR-480049
3254

NAPHTHA
TO 011-C-0002

NAPHTHA
TO 011-C-0002
DS011-TRJR-480043
3251

GENERAL NOTES
1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011 (EX 011-TT-0001).
2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.
3- ALL LINES CONNECTED TO CLOSED DRAINS SYSTEMS SHALL BE GRAVITY FLOW DESIGNED.
4- DRAIN VALVE ON EQUIPMENT AND/OR PIPING SHALL BE INSTALLED FLANGE TO FLANGE OR AT MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE EQUIPMENT/PIPING TO BE DRAINED.

NOTES

This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

INSULATION: P

m/h
barg
bar
barg
C
kg/m

3/4"

NOTE 4

011-G-0005-A / B
CDU REFLUX PUMPS

011-G-0005-A / B
CENTRIFUGAL
330.0
7.46
5.79
13.00
65.00
680.0

NAPHTHA

3068

PUMPS
TYPE
THROUGHPUT
DISCH. PRESS.
DIFF. PRESS.
DES. PRESS.
OP. TEMP.
DENSITY AT COND.

TO 011-E-0021

MG
OLW

101CH2S
101CS1P

MIN.

ZC
0303

3/4"

MCC

6"-NAP-011019007-101CH2S-P

250 mm MIN.

MG

NOTE 4

ZC
0343

3"-NAP-011019008-101CH2S-P

TYP. 6
NOTE 10

3/4"-OLW-011019304-101CS1P-N

250 mm MIN.

ZC
0303

101CH2S
101CS1P

3/4"

MCC
MIN.

ZC
0343

3/4"-OLW-011019303-101CS1P-N

1,2 DELETED.
4- DISMOUNTABLE PIPING FOR POSSIBLE CLEAN-OUT BY STEAM INJECTION.
5- SUSCTION PIPING SHALL HAVE A STRAIGHT LENGTH OF PIPE OF AT LEAST 5 TIMES THE SUCTION NOZZLE DIAMETER INMEDIATELY UPSTREAM OF THE NOZZLE.
6- CHECK VALVE SHALL BE INSTALLED HORIZONTALY.
7- CORROSION MONITORING SYSTEM.
8- FOR FURTHER INFORMATION SEE PUMPS AUXILIARY DETAILS DIAGRAM: SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480253.
9- FOR FURTHER INFORMATION SEE SAMPLE DETAILS DIAGRAM: SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480275.
10- THIS MOTOR WILL INCLUDE A SOFTWARE TRIP PUSH BUTTON INSTEAD OF A HARD WIRED FROM MCR AUX. PANEL AS PER JERES-C-102 AND JERES-J-601.
11- MULTI STEPS RESTRICTION ORIFICE (4 STEPS).

DS011-TRJR-480043
3249

05

13-MAR-2013

AB

04

30-SEP-2011

03

AB: AS BUILT

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

VSC / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

15-DIC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MVF / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MMG / STG

RDP / MAC

JAL

11-DEC-2009

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

MVF / JLM

RDP / MAC

JAL

REV

DATE

COMPANY
STATUS

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
POS.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

DESCRIPTION
FIRE WATER
SERVICE WATER
COOLING WATER
POTABLE WATER
DEMI WATER
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
HP STEAM
MP STEAM
LP STEAM
HP CONDENSATE
MP CONDENSATE
LP CONDENSATE
BFW
PLANT AIR
INSTRUMENT AIR
N.A.

REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER

REVISION MEMO

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM
011-078

Project:

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE DISTILLATION UNIT TRAIN 1

CDU REFLUX PUMPS

011-074
011-076
Item Tags :

011-075
011-080

011-G-0005 A/B

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE
Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480047 .pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480047
2271-011-PID-0021-019

REV: 05

Sheet: 3 of 3

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

41

41

011-A-0002-A/B / C/D / E/F


NAPHTHA CONDENSER

40

40

HPT

NOTE 1
2"-LFL-011020301-101CH2F-N

39

39

29
2041

38

38

101CH2F
37

37

NC
101CH2S

2"-NAP-011020006-101CH2S-P

36

36

V
2"

NOTE 7

20"-NAP-011012004-101CH2S-P

34

35

MIN.

35

34

2"-NAP-011020005-101CH2S-P

2"

2"

33

33

2"
20"x16"

16"

16"-NAP-011012004-101CH2S-P

20"x16"

16"

31

16"-NAP-011012004-101CH2S-P
31

HPT

8"

8"

2"-NAP-011020008-101CH2S-P

30

29

2"
V

2"

2"

2"

8"

8"

2"-NAP-011020007-101CH2S-P

8"

8"

30

32

MIN.

32

29

2"

2"

28

28

2"-NAP-011020005-101CH2S-P
27

27

26

26

25

25

24

24

23

23

N1

N1
21

N2

N4

N4

011-A-0002-A/B
NOTES 4,5,6

18

N4 N4

8"

1-1/2"

8"

6"

22

011-A-0002-E/F

N2

N4 N4

21

NOTES 4,5,6
6"

1%

8"

N1

N2

NOTES 4,5,6
6"

8"

N1

011-A-0002-C/D

N2

6"

1-1/2"

1-1/2"

19

8"
N1

N2

6"
D

1%

8"

N1

N2

6"

20

8"

8"

20

19

1-1/2"

8"

1-1/2"

1%

8"

8"

1-1/2"

8"

22

18

17

17

16

MCC

MCC

TYP.7

15
14

TYP.7

MCC

ZC
0411

MCC

TYP.7

TYP.7
NOTE 3

NOTE 3

13

MCC

TYP.7

NOTE 3

ZC
0411

NOTE 3

16

MCC
TYP.7

NOTE 3

15

ZC
0411

NOTE 3

MA

MA

MA

MA

MA

MA

0002 A

0002 B

0002 C

0002 D

0002 E

0002 F

14
13

12

12

11

11

10

10

MIN.
8

MIN.

2"

UC

2"

2"x1-1/2"
2"

6"

6"

NO POCKET

12"x10"

10"

TT
0116

12"x10"

10"

MIN.

2"x1-1/2"

20"-NAP-011012004-101CH2S-P

2"

2"

2"-NAP-011020009-101CH2S-P
1-1/2"

3/4"

2"

2"
CL300
2"x1-1/2"

TWO PHASE FLOW

1-1/2"
1-1/2"

101CH2S
101CS1P

UC

250mm MIN.

3/4"-OLW-011020302-101CS1P-N

101CH2S
101CS1P

MIN.

MIN.

MIN.

101CH2S

101CS1P

UC

3/4"-OLW-011020301-101CS1P-N

NAPHTHA
2
TO 011-E-0021 4208

12"-NAP-011020001-101CH2S-P

3/4"

2"

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

JMV / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

30-SEP-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

03

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

VSC / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

JGT / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

NAPHTHA VAPOR

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MMG / FBL

RDP / MAC

JAL

FROM 011-D-0003

00

11-DEC-2009

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

JGT / FCB

RDP / MAC

JAL

REV

DATE

COMPANY
STATUS

250mm MIN.

AB: AS BUILT

3/4"-OLW-011020303-101CS1P-N

OLW

OLW

OLW

DS011-TRJR-480023
3160

GENERAL NOTES
1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011(EX 011-TT-0001).
2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.
3- ALL LINES CONNECTED TO CLOSED DRAINS SYSTEMS SHALL BE GRAVITY FLOW DESIGNED.
4- DRAIN VALVE ON EQUIPMENT AND/OR PIPING SHALL BE INSTALLED FLANGE TO FLANGE OR AT MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE EQUIPMENT/PIPING TO BE DRAINED.

NOTES
1- MAKE CONNECTION ON TOP OF PIPE.
2- OP. TEMP. C IN/OUT: 110/65.
3- VIBRATION TRIP IS REQUIRED FOR EACH MOTOR AS PER MOTOR TYPICAL.
4- AIR COOLER HAS 3 BAYS WITH 2 MOTORS / FANS EACH AND 2 BUNDLES PER BAY.
5- SHUT DOWN PROTECTION DEVICES 2 ACCELEROMETERS HAS BEEN PROVIDED.
011-A-0002-A/B TO E/F
FORCED
1396.0
2.90
NOTE 2
110.00
5.00
140.00
14.71

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06

13-MAR-2013

AB

05

06-OCT-2011

04

25
3301

m
barg
C
barg
C
Gcal/h

1-1/2"-NAP-011020010-101CH2S-P

2"-CLD-011020301-101CH2S-P

AIRFINS
TYPE
SURFACE
OP. PRESS.
OP. TEMP.
DES. PRESS.
DES. TEMP
DUTY

10"-NAP-011020001-101CH2S-P
MIN.

10"-NAP-011020001-101CH2S-P

1-1/2"-NAP-011020003-101CH2S-P

NOTE 7

3
2

3/4"

UC

2"

3/4"

TI
0116

6- 1% SLOPE IN LAST PASS OF TUBE BUNDLES HAS BEEN CONSIDERED.


7- PIPING ARRANGEMENT TO BE SYMETRICAL.

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
POS.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

DESCRIPTION
FIRE WATER
SERVICE WATER
COOLING WATER
POTABLE WATER
DEMI WATER
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
HP STEAM
MP STEAM
LP STEAM
HP CONDENSATE
MP CONDENSATE
LP CONDENSATE
BFW
PLANT AIR
INSTRUMENT AIR
N.A.

REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER

REVISION MEMO

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM
011-078

Project:

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE DISTILLATION UNIT TRAIN 1
CONDENSER
NAPHTHA

011-074
011-076
011-075
011-080

Item Tags : 011-A-0002 A/B/C/D/E/F

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE
Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480048.pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480048
2271-011-PID-0021-020

REV:

06

Sheet: 1 of 2

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

41

41

011-E-0021
NAPHTHA TRIM COOLER

40

40

INSULATION ( SHELL / TUBE ): P / N

39

39

38

38

37

37

36

36

35

35

1"D2"
11.00
+

34

34

TZV
0001

33

33

32

2"-CWR-011020001-101CS1P-N

32

CL300

31

31

2"x1"
3/4"

30

30

2"-CWR-011020302-101CS1P-N

V
NOTE 2

28

TI

27

0340
26
25

TT
0340

24

2"
CL300

23

NOTE 1

TWO PHASE FLOW

TI
0117
2"
CL300

NOTE 6

NAPHTHA
29
TO 011-D-0005 4210

10"-NAP-011020002-101CH2S-N

28

MIN.

29

27
26
25

LO
FB

24

MIN.

23

12"-CWR-011020301-101CS1P-N

22

22

4705

3/4" D
21

21

20

20

19
18

3/4"
17

16"x12"

19

16"

18

12"
A2

011-E-0021

B1
17

NOTE 3

B2
12"

16

A1
16"

16

15

15

12"x10"

16"x12"

14

14

13

13

MIN.
12"-CWS-011020301-101CS1P-N

12

TI
0118

4706

3/4" D

11

12
11

10

10

TT
0118

2"
CL300

10"-NAP-011020002-101CH2S-N

NAPHTHA

12"-NAP-011020001-101CH2S-P

4208FROM 011-A-0002 A/B/C

6"-NAP-011019003-101CH2S-P

2
1

AB: AS BUILT

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

VSC / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MVF / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

NAPHTHA

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MMG / FBL

RDP / MAC

JAL

FROM 011-G-0005-A/B

00

11-DEC-09

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

JVM / FBL

RDP / MAC

JAL

DS011-TRJR-480047
3254

1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011(EX 011-TT-0001).


2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.
3- ALL LINES CONNECTED TO CLOSED DRAINS SYSTEMS SHALL BE GRAVITY FLOW DESIGNED.
4- DRAIN VALVE ON EQUIPMENT AND/OR PIPING SHALL BE INSTALLED FLANGE TO FLANGE OR AT MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE EQUIPMENT/PIPING TO BE DRAINED.

NOTES
3, 4, 5 DELETED.
1- CONNECTION IN VERTICAL PIPE SEGMENT AS CLOSE AS POSSIBLE TO E-0021 IN ORDER TO AVOID SURGE.
2- AT GRADE. AT SAFE LOCATION.
6- BLOCK VALVE SHALL BE INSTALLED WITH THE STEM IN OR BELOW THE HORIZONTAL POSITION.

SHELL/TUBE
SHELL/TUBE
IN/OUT IN/OUT

DES.PRESS. barg SHELL/TUBE


DES.TEMP. C
SHELL/TUBE
SURFACE m
DUTY
Gcal/h

011-E-0021
AES
2.40
6.00
71.30
36.50
43.00
42.00
5.50
11.00
105.00
80.00
674.3
3.95

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13-MAR-2013

AB

04

30-SEP-2011

03

REV

GENERAL NOTES

EXCHANGERS
TEMA TYPE
OP. PRESS. barg
OP. TEMP. C

05

DATE

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
POS.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18

DESCRIPTION
FIRE WATER
SERVICE WATER
COOLING WATER
POTABLE WATER
DEMI WATER
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
HP STEAM
MP STEAM
LP STEAM
HP CONDENSATE
MP CONDENSATE
LP CONDENSATE
BFW
PLANT AIR
INSTRUMENT AIR
N.A.

REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER

COMPANY
STATUS

REVISION MEMO

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM
011-078

Project:

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE DISTILLATION
UNIT TRAIN 1

NAPHTHA TRIM COOLER

011-074
011-078
Item Tags :

011-075
011-080

ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE

011-E-0021

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480049.pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480049
2271-011-PID-0021-020

REV:

05

Sheet: 2 of 2

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

011-D-0005
TOTAL NAPHTHA DRUM

41

TRIM: NAP-011021601-101CH2S
/ AWS-011021601-103CH2S
INSULATION: N

40
39

40
39

FT
0026

3/4"

CL300

FC
TSO
CL300

3/4"

34

6"Q8"
5.00

33

3"x1-1/2" NC
1-1/2"

32

3"x1-1/2"

SPLIT
RANGE
HPT

101CH2S
101CH2F

31
30

29

3/4"-NAP-011021024-101CH2S-S

PY
0038

3/4"
10"x8"

CL300
10"x6"

6951

NOTE 3

6"Q8"
5.00

NAPHTHA

10"-NAP-011020002-101CH2S-N

NOTE 13

27
26

PC

PI

0038

0100

25

PI
0039

PT
24

0038

23

21

HPT

3/4"-LFL-011021304-101CH2F-N

2"

2"

2"
2"

2"

2"
P1

A1

011-D-0005

5051

NOTE 3

P2

4" V
4"

NC

19

E1

MIN.
3/4"

LI
0028

2" 2"
MIN.
INST.

L4B

2" 2"

14

MAG

L6A

LL

FMC

FI
6

ZC
0376

0150

6826

101CH2F
101CH2S

3/4"

26

NC

25

MIN.

24

3/4"

23

ZC
0376

PIPING
INST.

22
21

ZHXS
0009

MH
24"
2"

LT

LC

0030

0030

ES
20

MAG

19

LG

NOTE 1

0029

ES
ZHXS
0009 L

1/4"

ZC
0304

ZHSR
0009

18

ZC
0344

17

2"

B1
12"

INST.
NC PIPING

PIPING INST.

16

ZYV
0009
+

CLOSED

ZLC
0009

IA
DE

OPEN POSITIONER
ZLO
0009

BY-PASS

ZYC
0009

15

ZHA
0009

14
13

ZLS
0009 C

ZV
0009

L4A
INST. PIPING D1

101CH2S
101CS1P

2"

1/4"

ZLS
0009 O

ZY
0009

ZHS
0009

12

4"

4"

11

12"-NAP-011021022-101CH2S-N
MIN.

B2

ES
ZHXS
NOTE 1
0010 L

MIN.

LDI
0033

4"-AWS-011021006-101CH2S-N

LDC
0032

27

29

2" 2"

2025

NOTE 3

3/4"-LFL-011021308-101CH2F-N

2" L5A

1/4"

NC

28

29

ATM

11

INST.
PIPING

3/4"-LFL-011021303-101CH2F-N

29

L5B

L6B 1/4"

2" 2"

2"

2"

1/4"

LDT
0033

12

10

29

6825

3/4"

31
30

2"

L2A
L1A 2"

150mm

LDT
0032

TO FV-0062 4213

2"

L3A

1/4"

LDG
0031

10"-LFL-011021307-101CH2F-N

NOTE 7 LO

FB
3/4" D
LC
NOTE 7

1/4"

2"

2"

S1

13

FB

3/4"

NOTE 2

M2

2"

PIPING

SIGNAL

HPT

PIPING INST.
2"

LT
0028

LL

3/4"-NAP-011021019-101CH2S-N

7600 mm

15

ZC
0344
PUMP STOP

MIN.

16

CL300

3/4"

L3B

1/4"

UC

NOTE 3

3/4" D

2"

L2B

101CH2F
101CH2S

2"-NAP-011021023-101CH2S-P
MIN.
3/4" V

17

2"

2"

M1

6952

101CH2S
101CH2F

10"
W1
2"
L1B

INST. PIPING

MH
24"

18

3"

P3

NOTE 6

20

29

INST.
PIPING

29

10"

32

29
2024

3/4"
10"x8"

10"x6"

011-SP-0027

HPT

3/4"-LFL-011021306-101CH2F-N

FB
LO
NOTE 7

33

3/4"-NAP-011021018-101CH2S-N

INST.
PIPING

22

PT
0100

35

3/4"-NAP-011021025-101CH2S-N

MIN.

0.2 %

NOTE 11

PZV
0015

10"-NAP-011021005-101CH2S-N

3"-NAP-011021004-101CH2S-N
NO POCKET

PY
0021

28

2023

34

4210FROM 011-E-0021

36

29

3"x2"

2"

NOTE 2

3/4"-LFL-011021305-101CH2F-N

3"-LFL-011021302-101CH2F-N

NOTE 3

3/4"

NOTE 7
LO
FB 10"-LFL-011021301-101CH2F-N

0.2%

3/4" D

NC

PZV
0014

55%-100%

3"x2"

NOTE 11

MIN.
3/4"

FC
TSO
CL300

3/4" D

3"x2"

FC
TSO

ZYV
0010
+

ZV
0010
+

ZC

ZHSR

0376

0010

ZHXS
0010

12"-NAP-011021001-103CH2S-N
RESET

ES

CLOSED

OPEN

BY-PASS

ZLC
0010

ZLO
0010

ZHA
0010

FC
TSO

NAPHTHA
10
TO 011-G-0007-A/B 4219
9

103CH2S

2168

35

2"

3"x2"

3"-NAP-011021004-101CH2S-N

37

MIN.

2" 3"x2"

3"x2"

3"-FGS-011021301-101CS2P-S

1/2"

101CH2S

21

1/2"

INST.
PIPING

MIN.

36

0%-45%

37

38

PV
0038 B

101CH2S
101CH2F

101CS2P
101CH2S

PV
0038 A

101CH2S
101CH2F

38

29

41

FI
0026

8
7
6

IA
DE

ZV CLOSURE

MIN.

4"-OLW-011021304-101CS1P-N

ATM

FT
0150

LDV
0032

3/4"

2" 4"x2"
FC
CL300

4"-AWS-011021001-101CH2S-N

PIPING
INST.

NOTE 12

4016

DS011-TRJR-480113
3255

RETURN
SAMPLE LINE

3/4"-AWS-011021003-101CH2S-N

DS011-TRJR-480023

3"x2"

2"

2"x3/4"

NC 011-SC-0029
TYPE 23
SC
AI
0020
AT
0020

mm
mm
barg
C
barg
C

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3/4"

3/4"-OLW-011021301-101CS1P-N

2"-AWS-011021007-103CH2S-N

3"x2"

3/4"-AWS-011021002-101CH2S-N
2"-CLD-011021305-101CH2S-N

pH
NOTE 9

GENERAL NOTES

011-D-0005
HORIZONTAL
12000.0
3600.0
1.80
43.00
NOTE 8
6.00
95.00

MIN.
3/4"-AWS-011021009-101CH2S-N

2"

4"-AWS-011021004-101CH2S-N

3/4"

2"-AWS-011021008-103CH2S-N

SOUR WATER

101CH2S
101CS1P

CL300

TO 011-D-0006

0010

MIN.

4"x2"

4"-AWS-011021001-101CH2S-N

FROM PC-0021

0010 O

MIN.

SIGNAL

0010 C

3/4"-AWS-011021004-101CH2S-N

2"

PIPING
INST.

250mm MIN.

1/2"

INST.
PIPING

SAMPLE LINE

1/2"

ZHS

3/4"-AWS-011021004-101CH2S-N

MIN.

ZLS

LPT

250mm MIN.

DRUM
TYPE
HEIGHT
DIAMETER
OP. PRESS.
OP. TEMP.
DES.PRESS.
DES.TEMP.

OLW

ZLS

4"-CLD-011021301-101CH2S-N

05

13-MAR-2013

AB

AB: AS BUILT

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

04

30-SEP-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

03

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

VSC / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MV / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

VSC / FBL

RDP / MAC

JAL

00

11-DEC-2009

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

JCP / FCB

RDP / MAC

JAL

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

OLW

25
3051

25
REV

6958

POS.
DESCRIPTION
1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011 (EX 011-TT-0001).
2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.
1
FIRE WATER
3- ALL LINES CONNECTED TO CLOSED DRAINS SYSTEMS SHALL BE GRAVITY FLOW DESIGNED.
2
SERVICE WATER
4- DRAIN VALVE ON EQUIPMENT AND/OR PIPING SHALL BE INSTALLED FLANGE TO FLANGE OR AT MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE EQUIPMENT/PIPING TO BE DRAINED.
3
COOLING WATER
NOTES
4
POTABLE WATER
4, 5, 10 DELETED.
5
DEMI WATER
1- LOCAL EMERGENCY SWITCH BEHIND FIREWALL OR IN SAFE LOCATION.
2- MECHANICAL LINK.
6
N.A.
3- MAKE CONNECTION ON TOP OF LINE.
7
N.A.
6- FOR NOZZLES DETAILS, ALIGNMENT AND HEIGHT OF LEVEL INSTRUMENT SEE MECHANICAL DRAWING.
8
N.A.
7- BLOCK VALVE SHALL BE INSTALLED WITH THE STEM IN OR BELLOW THE HORIZONTAL POSITION.
9
HP STEAM
8- HALF VACUUM AT 150C.
10 MP STEAM
9- LOCATED IN SELF STANDING RACK.
11 LP STEAM
11- PZV-0014 / 0015 SIZE HAVE BEEN CALCULATED TAKING INTO ACCOUNT CV RATED OF PV-0038A (Cv=27.2) AND ITS BYPASS (Cv=17,8).
12 HP CONDENSATE
12- FOR FURTHER INFORMATION SEE SAMPLE DETAILS DIAGRAM: SA-DER-DS011-TRJR-480275.
13 MP CONDENSATE
13- OVERRIDE CONTROL FOR PREVENTING FLUSHING OF NAPHTHA BY LOW PRESSURE IN D-0005.
14 LP CONDENSATE
15 BFW
16 PLANT AIR
17 INSTRUMENT AIR
18 N.A.

COMPANY
STATUS

DATE

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER

REVISION MEMO

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM
011-078

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE DISTILLATION UNIT TRAIN 1

TOTAL NAPHTHA DRUM

Project:

011-074
011-076
011-075
011-080

Item Tags :

011-D-0005

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE
Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480050 .pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480050
2271-011-PID-0021-021

REV: 05

Sheet: 1 of 2

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

41

41

40

40

39

39

38

38

37

AI

37

0013 A
36

36

35

35

ASTM D86
95%

AT
0013

RETURN SAMPLE LINE

34

SAMPLE LINE

34

NOTE 6

33

33

32
31

32

FROM LC-0030
4213

31

FC

TI

0062

0119

SIGNAL

30

30

29

29

FT
0062

FV
0062
8"x6"

3/4"-NAP-011021013-103CH2S-N

23
22

INST.
PIPING

21

MIN.

8"-NAP-011021002-103CH2S-N

24

20

INST.
PIPING

26
25

27
26

6" 8"x6"

25

FC

3/4"

8"x4"

2"

2"

4"

8"x4"

NC
NOTE 10
TYPE 23

011-SC-0007

24

NC

1/2"

0119

INST.
PIPING

3/4"-NAP-011021014-103CH2S-N

27

1/2"

28

TT

MIN.

28

23
22
21
20

SC
19

19

3/4"-NAP-011021011-103CH2S-N

18

3/4"

18

UC

MIN.

LPT

NOTE 3

PI
0194

3/4"

PI
0042

PI
0195

INST.
PIPING

3/4"

INST.
PIPING

8"x6"

3/4"CL600
CL600

NOTE 2
12"x10"

INST.
PIPING

3/4"

1/2"-NAP-011021015-103CH2S-N

12
11
10
9

INST.
PIPING

011-G-0007-B
NOTE 9

2"

NOTE 9

MIN.

MIN.

011-G-0007-A

2"

5052

CL600

3/4"

MIN.

MIN.
3/4"

PI
0043

8"x6"

CL600
NOTE 2
CL600
12"x10"

CL600
6

3/4"

13

25

3/4"-NAP-011021016-103CH2S-N

3/4"-NAP-011021015-103CH2S-N

14

4"-NAP-011021003-103CH2S-N

12"-NAP-011021001-103CH2S-N

15

2"-CLD-011021304-101CH2S-N
8"-NAP-011021010-103CH2S-N

NAPHTHA

4219FROM 011-D-0005

12"-NAP-011021009-103CH2S-N

11

12"-NAP-011021001-103CH2S-N

13

2"-NAP-011021015-103CH2S-N

8"-NAP-011021002-103CH2S-N

NOTE 3

16

103CH2S
101CH2S

MIN.

2"-NAP-011021016-103CH2S-N

14

12

NOTE 4

UC

15

10

2"

1/2"-NAP-011021016-103CH2S-N

7
6
5
4

MIN.
2"-NAP-011021015-103CH2S-N

2"-NAP-011021016-103CH2S-N

NOTE 5

0304

103CH2S
101CH2S

MG
0007 A

2"-CLD-011021302-101CH2S-N

ZC
0344
ZC

MCC
TYP. 6 NOTE 11

0304

103CH2S
101CH2S

MG

OLW

0007 B

2"-CLD-011021303-101CH2S-N

3/4"-OLW-011021303-101CS1P-N

103CH2S
101CS1P

3/4"-OLW-011021302-101CS1P-N

250mm MIN.

TYP. 6 NOTE 11

103CH2S
101CS1P

ZC

MCC

MIN.

0344

250mm MIN.

ZC

MIN.

NOTE 5
2

3066

011-G-0007-A / B
NAPHTHA TO NHDT PUMPS

25
3067

INSULATION: N

GENERAL NOTES

m/h
barg
bar
barg
C
kg/m

011-G-0007-A / B
CENTRIFUGAL
292.0
18.50
15.39
28.00
43.00
650.0

This document is the property of SATORP and shall not be disclosed to third parties or reproduced without permission of the owner.

NAPHTHA
TO NHDT

DS011-TRJR-480046
3253

DS011-TRJR-480140
3257

05

13-MAR-2013

AB

2
1

AB: AS BUILT

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

04

30-SEP-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

03

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

VSC / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

JMV / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MMG / FBL

RDP / MAC

JAL

00

11-DEC-09

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

MVF / FCB

RDP / MAC

JAL

REV

POS.
DESCRIPTION
1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011 (EX 011-TT-0001).
2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.
1
FIRE WATER
3- ALL LINES CONNECTED TO CLOSED DRAINS SYSTEMS SHALL BE GRAVITY FLOW DESIGNED.
2
SERVICE WATER
4- DRAIN VALVE ON EQUIPMENT AND/OR PIPING SHALL BE INSTALLED FLANGE TO FLANGE OR AT MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE EQUIPMENT/PIPING TO BE DRAINED.
3
COOLING WATER
NOTES
4
POTABLE WATER
1, 7, 8 DELETED.
5
DEMI WATER
2- PROVIDE A STRAIGTH OF PIPE OF AT LEAST 5 TIMES THE SUCTION NOZZLE DIAMETER IMMEDIATELY UPSTREAM OF THE NOZZLE.
6
N.A.
3- CHECK VALVE SHALL BE INSTALLED HORIZONTALLY.
7
N.A.
8
N.A.
4- FLANGE FOR POSSIBLE PUMP ISOLATION BY BLIND FLANGE.
9
HP STEAM
5- DISMOUNTABLE PIPING FOR POSSIBLE CLEAN-OUT BY STEAM INJECTION.
10 MP STEAM
6- LOCATED IN ANALYZER SHELTER 011-AS-0002 SEE P&ID N SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480290.
11 LP STEAM
9- FOR FURTHER INFORMATION SEE PUMPS AUXILIARY DETAILS DIAGRAM: SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480245.
12 HP CONDENSATE
10- FOR FURTHER INFORMATION SEE SAMPLE DETAILS DIAGRAM: SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480275.
13 MP CONDENSATE
11-THIS MOTOR WILL INCLUDE A SOFTWARE TRIP PUSH BUTTON INSTEAD OF A HARD WIRED FROM MCD AUX. PANEL AS PER JERES-C-102 AND JERES-J-601.
14 LP CONDENSATE
15 BFW
16 PLANT AIR
17 INSTRUMENT AIR
18 N.A.

NAPHTHA
TO 011-D-0004

OLW

25

PUMPS
TYPE
THROUGHPUT
DISCH. PRESS.
DIFF. PRESS.
DES. PRESS.
OP. TEMP.
DENSITY AT COND.

8"-NAP-011021002-103CH2S-N

2"

NOTE 4

17

250mm MIN.

LPT

2"

MIN.

MIN.

16

MIN.

2"x3/4"

17

DATE

UTILITIES IDENTIFICATION
REF. DWG POS.

011-073
011-072
011-073
011-071

011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-071
011-074
011-074

19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32

DESCRIPTION
N.A.
FUEL OIL
FUEL GAS
N.A.
N.A.
N.A.
CLOSED DRAIN
N.A.
L.P. NITROGEN
H.P. FLARE
L.P. FLARE
SOUR/ACID FLARE
PILOT GAS
AUX COOLING WATER

COMPANY
STATUS

REVISION MEMO

PREPARED BY

CHECKED BY

APPR/AUTH BY

REF. DWG

011-075

JUBAIL EXPORT REFINERY


PIPING AND INSTRUMENT DIAGRAM
011-078

DISTILLATION AND HYDROTREATING


CRUDE DISTILLATION UNIT TRAIN 1

NAPHTHA TO NHDT PUMPS

Project:

011-074
011-076
011-075
011-080

Item Tags :

011-G-0007-A/B

Syst./ S-Syst.:

COMPANY
Document N
Contractor/Vendor
Document N

ORIGINALSIGNEDINPROJECTFILE
Electronic Filename
SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480051 .pid

Discipline: PRO

SA-JER-DS011-TRJR-480051
2271-011-PID-0021-021

REV: 05

Sheet: 2 of 2

SCALE: NONE
Format:

A1

41

011-C-0004
KEROSENE STRIPPER

011-E-0022
KERO STRIPPER REBOILER

TRIM: JET-011022601-103CS1P / JET-011022602-101CS1P

INSULATION ( SHELL / TUBE ) : H / H

PI
0044

TT
0120

INST.
PIPING

39

2" CL300

12"-JET-011022001-101CS1P-H

6" 12"x6"

25

PIPING 3/4"
INSTR.

PI
0045

NC

2" 2"
2" 2"

MIN.

5053

ZHXS
0011

P1

ZC
A2

L3D

0387

28"
2" 2"

MAG
LG
0035 A

NOTE 1

MAG
LG
0035 B

2"

INST.

PIPING

LT

0034

0036

ZYV
0011

28"x24"

3/4"

2"

IA

12
11

ZLO

ZYC

ZHA

0011

0011

0011

0011

ZLS
0011 C

24"
ATM

3/4" V
4"

4"-LPS-011022301-101CS1P-H

S1

ZLS
0011 O

7000 mm

CL150
D1
4"

4"-JET-011022021-101CS1P-H

D2
2"-JET-011022020-101CS1P-H

TT

TI

0122

0122

20"-JET-011022007-101CS1P-H
ZV
0011

B3

MIN.

FC
TSO

2"-JET-011022012-101CS1P-P

2"-CLD-011022301-101CH2S-P
OLW

mm
mm
barg
C
barg
C

MIN.

19

3/4"

3/4"-HFO-011022003-103CL2P-P
2"x3/4"

18

TI
17

0123

2"-CLD-011022304-101CH2S-P

3058

16

TT

15

0123

PDC

25

0046

5054

2"

13

KEROSENE
TO 011-G-0009 4221 12

3/4"

PDV
0046

101CS1P
101CH2S

3/4"

11

3/4"

TT
0197

2"

INST.
PIPING
3/4"

10"x8"

3/4"

10

FO
8" 03
TI
0124

10"x8"

8"

10"x8"

25

10"-HFO-011022001-103CL2P-H

TT
0124

2"

8
7

NC

MIN.

3/4"-HFO-011022005-103CL2P-P
2"x3/4"

TI

103CS1P
101CS1P
3/4"-OLW-011022001-101CS1P-N

0197

103CL2P
101CH2S

14"-HFO-011098001-103CL2P-H

14"-HFO-011022002-103CL2P-H

4
3

HAGO PA

2"-CLD-011022306-101CH2S-P

TO 011-E-0017

DS011-TRJR-480026
3196

25

5055

05

13-MAR-2013

AB

AB: AS BUILT

MJR / STG

AVS / HCR

JAL

04

30-SEP-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

MJR / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

03

18-APR-2011

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

VSC / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

02

22-DEC-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

VKB / STG

AVS / MAC

JAL

01

17-JUN-2010

AFC

AFC: APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION

ARV / STG

RDP / MAC

JAL

00

11-DEC-2009

IFD

IFD: ISSUED FOR DESIGN

JCP / JLM

RDP / MAC

JAL

REV

DATE

COMPANY
STATUS

HAGO PA
FROM NAPHTHA
SPLITTER REBOILER
DS011-TRJR-480134
3259

NOTES

EXCHANGERS
TEMA TYPE
OP. PRESS. barg
OP. TEMP. C

20

14"x12"

103CL2P
101CH2S

INST.
PIPING

3/4"

25

1- EACH INSTRUMENT TAG NUMBER IS PREFIXED BY 011 (EX 011-TT-0001).


2- FOR GENERAL NOTES, SYMBOLS AND DETAILS SEE DRAWINGS SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480001 THROUGH SA-JER-DSAAA-TRJR-480022.
3- ALL LINES CONNECTED TO CLOSED DRAINS SYSTEMS SHALL BE GRAVITY FLOW DESIGNED.
4- DRAIN VALVE ON EQUIPMENT AND/OR PIPING SHALL BE INSTALLED FLANGE TO FLANGE OR AT MINIMUM DISTANCE FROM THE EQUIPMENT/PIPING TO BE DRAINED.

COLUMN
TYPE
HEIGHT
DIAMETER
OP. PRESS.
OP. TEMP.
DES.PRESS.
DES.TEMP.

14"x12" 12"

14

3052

GENERAL NOTES

NOTE 5
011-C-0004
VERTICAL
14400.0
3200.0
1.10
187.00
NOTE 7
3.70
220.00

PDT
0046

OLW

24"-JET-011018001-101CS1P-H

28"-JET-011018001-101CS1P-H

16"-JET-011022002-101CS1P-H

DS011-TRJR-480063
3258

103CL2P
101CH2S

3055

DS011-TRJR-480043
3247

MIN.

NC

MIN.

2"x3/4"

250mm MIN.

DS011-TRJR-480043
3248

21

3/4"

10"x8"

MIN.

4"-OLW-011022305-101CS1P-N

22

12"-JET-011022003-103CS1P-H
MIN.

103CS1P
101CH2S

TO 011-G-0008

23

FC

12"-JET-011022003-103CS1P-H

12"-JET-011022022-101CS1P-H

KEROSENE PA

3/4"

3/4"
2"-OLW-011022304-101CS1P-N

24

14"x12"

14"x12" 12"

4"-HFO-011022004-103CL2P-P

LPT

MIN.

KEROSENE

LPT

25

20"

12" CL150

25

FV
0125

1/2"

2" CL300

FROM 011-C-0002

1/2"

18"x14"

ZHS
0011

3/4"-JET-011022011-103CS1P-P

TO 011-C-0002

1/2"

UC

20"-JET-011022007-101CS1P-H

B2

ZY
0011

11
2149

KEROSENE VAPOR

1/