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GUJARAT STATE PETROLEUM CORPORATION

LIMITED

Doc. No. : GSPC/SubPPL/IP&CL/01


Rev. No. : 00
Issued : 12-03-2015

Title : Procedure cum Check List for Inspection of Subsea Pipeline

PROCEDURE CUM CHECK LIST

FOR

INSPECTION OF SUBSEA PIPELINES

Approved By :
Verified By :
Reviewed By :
Prepared By :

Mr. N.K. Mitra (C.O.O)


Mr. Ravi T Job (SVP-Offshore Operations)
& Mr. Nag Mani (VP-IMR)
Mr. Shashikant Singh (Manager-Pipeline) &
M/s ABS
Mr. Praveen Kumar Choudhary (Officer-E&P)

Doc. No. : GSPC/SubPPL/IP&CL/01


Rev. No. : 00
Issued

: 12-03-2015

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Table of Contents
1.0 Introduction ................................................................................................................................ 2
1.1 Scope ....................................................................................................................................... 2
1.2 Reference Documents .............................................................................................................. 2
1.3 Abbreviations2
2.0 Technical Description .................................................................................................................. 3
2.1 DDW-Field ............................................................................................................................... 3
3.0 Inspection Scopes ....................................................................................................................... 3
3.1 Inspection Procedures ............................................................................................................ 4
3.1.1 Process of General Visual Inspection ............................................................................ 5
a). In High seas up to approximately 15 Meters of Draft..................................................5
b). Shallow Water Inspection (Draft Less than 15 meters) ...6
c). Near Shore Survey...6
d). Task Matrix...7
4.0 Pipelines ..................................................................................................................................... 7
4.1 Recording and Measurement for General Visual Inspection .................................................... 7
4.2 Engineering Analysis Tasks...8
A. Pipeline Field Procedures ............................................................................................................ .9
A.1 Pipeline general Visual Inspection....9

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1.0 Introduction
This document is prepared to identify the scope of activities for inspection of subsea pipeline
to enable capturing of data for Risk Based Assessment of system along with Engineering
criticality assessments (ECA) , as per requirement. This Inspection activity is to ensure GSPC to
Operate and manage their assets continuously with the highest levels of integrity and safety.
Optical fibre cable is piggy back. One umbilical is also laid alongside from PLQP to SSIV.

1.1 Scope
This document is applicable to the Deen Dayal Field (Block KGOSN/2001/03) situated offshore
from the Yanam Kakinada coast of Andhra Pradesh, India
This document is concerned with the subsea Pipelines.

1.2 Reference Documents


Document Number

Title
DRAWINGS

D-3-POIN.02-001-140-Rev-02
D-3-POIN.02-001-180-Rev-A
D-3-POIN.02-001-175-Rev-A

Alignment sheet for 20 Submarine pipeline from KP0.0 to 2.5 sheet from 1 to 8
Lateral General Arrangement
SSIV General Arrangement

PROCEDURES
OISD-STD-139
OISD-STD-188
GSPC/AIMS/UW/IRR-01

Inspection of pipelines -Offshore


Corrosion Monitoring of Offshore and Onshore pipeline
Integrity Management Manual & Inspection Reporting
Requirements Underwater Installations

1.3 Abbreviations
Abbreviations

Description

CP

Corrosion Protection

DGPS
DP
m
mm
MSL
PTW
ROV
SSIV
WT

Differential Global Positioning System


Dynamic Positioning
Meters
Millimetres
Mean Sea Level
Permit To Work
Remotely Operated Vehicle
Sub Sea Isolation Valve
Wall Thickness

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2.0 Technical Description


2.1 DDW-Field
The Company has discovered a significant reserve of gas in the western part of the Contract
Area and discovery has been named as Deen Dayal West (DDW) with the KG#8 discovery well
located 15 KM offshore in 60 meters of water depth. The reservoir is characterized by high
temperature and high pressure.
Surface facilities for Deen Dayal West Development have four components (i) Wellhead
Platform (WHP), (ii) Process cum Living Quarters Platform (PLQP) (iii) Multiphase subsea
pipeline to OGT with slug catcher and (iv) Onshore Gas Terminal (OGT).

Subsea Pipeline network consists of following associated facilities:


20 Multi Phase Pipeline of approx. 24.5 Km length (21.5 Km submarine section and 3 Km Onshore section) from PLQP to OGT.
10 Effluent Disposal Pipeline of approx. 15 Km length (12 km submarine section and 3 Km Onshore section) from Effluent Treatment Plant in OGT to disposal point in sea.
Associated above ground facilities at Isolation Valve Station (IVS) and OGT namely Slug
Catcher, Pig Receiver, Close Blow Down Drum, Valves etc including associated Electrical and
Instrumentation works for 20 multiphase pipeline.
Optical Fiber Cabling of approx. 24.5 Km length (21.5 km submarine section and 3 Km Onshore section) from PLQP to OGT Control Room etc including associated Electrical and
Instrumentation works. Laying of approx. 3 km of Power cable from OGT to IVS.
Sub Surface Isolation Valve (SSIV), Station Isolation Valve (SIV) and Umbilical for 20 multiphase pipeline at (a) above.

3.0 Inspection Scopes


This Inspection scope provides detail of Inspection, maintenance and monitoring activities
required to Identify, locate and /or mitigate any threat to the system / asset.
In-service Inspection during steady state operation after base line survey becomes an
important tool for assessment and prioritisation of Inspection & maintenance activities by Risk
Based Assessment / Inspection.
General Visual Inspections (GVIs) during steady state operation will provide information /
highlight any threats / damage to the production assets visual externally. Examination and
analysis will lead to proper action for mitigation or to leave with the same in case it emerges
that, it will not affect the operation in time to come.
Special inspection would be required, in case of any significant environmental event or when
third party damage is reported, to confirm location and orientation of the assets and to record
any damage or debris. Possibility of integrating any other relevant job with special inspection
will be explored at that point of time. This will help in optimising the cost.
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3.1 Inspection Procedures


Inspection procedure will capture all the requirement, which is required to perform the
activity satisfactorily, in terms of Equipment, tools, measuring Instrument, Vessel and
personnel. The procedure will also detail method of capturing the information. Inspector
shall have appropriate 3.4 U certification. A detailed technical description of the event is also
captured along with any related or linked events.
Inspection events can be scheduled as tasks and would be considered work orders that could
be entered into a Maintenance Management system.

Inspection of export trunk pipelines will involve the following activities to either confirm the
adequacy or condition/status of items mentioned below:
Adequacy of the CP system;
Damage or deformation to the lines;
Areas of free-spanning or buckling or determine the extent;
Monitoring stabilization including rock protection berms;
Debris around pipeline;
Marine growth measurements ,if any; and,
Internal pig inspection.
The inspection of pipelines requires traversing the total route of subsea pipeline either by
flying the ROV or Diver, and so it is different from that of static or Rotary equipment, the
ROV should have boom arms fitted with lights and cameras for total coverage in single trip,
as pipeline is of 20diameters.
In case the same ROV system is required for carrying out baseline survey then two runs will
be required:
1. To plot the position of the pipeline
2. To record any events or anomalies. Done by other group.
Internal pig inspections will be conducted to establish baseline wall thickness and defects
measurements for trending and future risk based inspection scheduling. Then, optionally,
will be repeated after 5 years, on basis of assessment of result of maintenance pigging
analysis along with Iron count & SRB.
A side-scan sonar inspection of the shallow water section of the export trunk lines and
Effluent line will be required in order to establish any exposures.
Pipelines End Terminations are treated as integral sub-components of the pipelines.
Risers will be treated and inspected with Platform jacket inspection, as the requirement will
differ. More over this forms part of structure section than pipeline. Risers and
appurtenances will be inspected as part of the PLQP jacket inspection.
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3.1.1 Process of General Visual Inspection


a)

In High seas up to approximately 15 Meters of Draft


MSV with suitable diver or ROV and Dynamic Positioning 2 capability to perform inspection
on the Pipelines for pipeline section in sea will be mobilised along with suitable diver / ROV
compliment. In the river section big boats like MSV will not be very helpful. Small boat with
survey with Sonar facility will be required for this section.

1.
2.

3.
4.
5.

6.
7.
8.
9.
10.
11.
12.
13.
14.
15.
16.

The Inspection shall be started after proper location of Diver/ ROV


Start pipeline inspection from the end facing the structure (PLQP) to which the first end is
connected.
Connector or flange to be inspected for indications of damage or other anomaly. Alignment
of the flange to be confirmed and bolts (In case of Bolted flanges) are in place and note the
presence of any grease bands or flange protectors.
Take CP readings on either sides of the flange.
Diver/ROV to fly out along the length of the pipeline with the camera centred on the
pipeline and vessel DP in Follow Target mode, centred on the Diver/ROV beacon.
Adjust ROVs both port and starboard boom arms to a height to enable viewing of both sides
of the pipeline on the displays. NOTE: Maximum coverage of inspection of pipeline shall be
better for QA purpose during visual Recording , so Flying Vee formation of Camera with
Optimal set up of Boom camera and central Camera will be required.. Or Diver will have to
adjust the camera to take photo of both sides of pipeline in same fashion.
In case of completely buried pipeline, pipeline tracker to be deployed for confirming the
pipeline status.
Inspect and indentify any features or anomalies associated with Wet Coating Damage on
pipeline. Note position, length, etc.
Locate free span and note position, length, gap and soil condition. Note: Free Span Survey
shall be carried out annually as per OISD-STD-139.
Condition, security and wastage of bracelet anodes. CP reading and CP profiling. Note:
Anodes shall be inspected once in three years as per OISD-STD-139.
Any buckles or evidence of trenching which would indicate relative movement are to be
noted.
Inspect the pipeline in buried section under rock dump or berm, Identify exposed section, if
any, and length of the exposure, thereof.
In case of suspicion regarding Coating damage, Coating Damage survey will be done by
suitable method like DC VG etc.
Take position fixes at any turns, features or snake-lay sections and at every 500m. Fix the
start and end of any stabilised section, noting the type of stabilization.
Sonar survey with ROV / Diver to be conducted for proper identification of Debris out of
visual range of the camera, if any, within 15m either side of the pipeline.
Follow the pipeline upto the second end of the connector.
Repeat step 2 at other end also.
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b)

Shallow Water Inspection (Draft Less than 15 meters)


Barge / small boat will be mobilised with suitable deployed Side scan Sonar (SSS), preferably
deployed on a pole to perform the SSS inspection on the shallow water sections including
river section (Draft less than approximately 15 meters) of the pipelines. Feasibility of using
Multi Beal Swath Bathymetry can also be evaluated at the time of survey for better result.
Multiple runs of the pipeline route may be required to cover the entire width of the
estuarine section where the water is very shallow on account of properties and design of SSS
profilers.
The following steps to be followed:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.

c)

Mobilize the barge / small boat. Deploy, setup, calibrate and test the survey equipment.
Start survey from the shallowest section possible
Record and plot the SSS swath using the survey equipment. .
Follow the route of the pipeline to complete survey of this section of the pipeline route.
Terminate the inspection when in 15m of water or till measurement /Inspection is possible
in estuarine section.

Near Shore Survey


A shallow draft vessel with draft of less than 1.5 meters with sufficient space for 4 additional
personnel apart from Marine crew will be required for this section. Inspection of this
portion will be done with a reduced spread of inspection equipment to determine the level
of cover of the pipelines in the estuarine region.
The vessel should have sufficient office space to setup equipment and record the results of
the survey.
The primary survey spread will be side scan sonar or preferably multi-beam swath
bathymetry. The main advantage of multi beam swath bathymetry, like Kongsberg
GeoSwath plus System, is the accuracy of mapping, the ease of deployment (pole mounted
sensor heads) and high speed mapping of features.

d)

Task Matrix
Minimum Activities required to complete this inspection are listed below, in place of an
exhaustive workscope.
SSS

Exposure

Damage

Scour

Free Span

Debris

Burial

Fix

Coating

Anode

CP

GVI

Component

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Pipeline (On Bottom)


Pipeline (Rock Dumped)
Pipeline (Shallow Water)
Stabilization

X
X
X

X
X
X
X

X
X
X

X
X

4.0 Pipelines
4.1 Recording and Measurement for General Visual Inspection
The following needs to be recorded:

Burials of the pipeline in sand seabed sections with any exception.


Any exposures of the pipeline in rock protection berms.
Free spans of the pipeline.
Apparent lateral movement of the pipeline as evidenced by trenching and/or self burial.
Signs of damage or deformation.
Weightcoat or coating damage.
Location and size of any debris present on or in the vicinity of the pipeline, if any.
Check CP system on the pipeline with appropriate CP equipment. Only any exposed
steelwork and/or anodes at regular intervals should be considered as reference stabs. As per
requirement either stab or CP profiling will be done.
The following events are important component: Anode /CP Condition
Berm
Bolted item
Burial
Coating Condition / damage

Damage
Free Span
Leak Observations
Scour
Stabilization

Crossing
The deliverables expected from inspection on this type of asset include:
1. Report of all events recorded, all anomalies observed and all measurements required at the
recorded KP from the baseline surveyed line-file.
2. Executive summary of the recorded events and anomalies.
3. Digital Video Media Files of the Inspection.

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4.2 Data Evaluation & Assessment of Fitness


Remaining Anode Life Calculations based on trended CP and anode wastage readings.
MAOP (Maximum Allowable Operating pressure) assessment based on remaining wall
thickness measurements from UT and internal pigging inspections.
Pipeline buckling and bending resistance.
On-bottom stability, VIV investigation and interacting span analysis.

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A. Pipeline Field Procedures


A.1 Pipeline General Visual Inspection
WORK INSTRUCTION SHEET
Job Title:

Pipeline General Visual Inspection

Pipeline ID

Date of Survey

PTW No.
Reference Document Number

Title

Reference Documents

History:

The primary function of the pipeline is to convey the gas from the PLQP/WHP to
Onshore Gas Terminal (OGT).

Aim:

General Visual Inspection (GVI) is carried out to identify and locate any damage or
upset conditions which may have occurred in the system during service period
with potential to affect the production and protective systems.
After GVI, different methodology can be deployed for further ascertaining the
Integrity of pipeline system.
Inspection / survey will be carried out as per methods described elsewhere in
document in different water section.

Duration:

Task Duration will be dependent on pipeline length.

Materials:

Work Class ROV


7 Function Manipulators and 5 function Grabber
Colour Centre Camera on Pan & Tilt Module
Sonar (Tritech or Equiv)
Port & Starboard Boom Arms fitted with Cameras & Lights
HIPAP Survey Spread with Beacons interfacing with Vessel (or Independent) DGPS
Dual cell CP Probe with Remote Cell and CP Recording Software (Isis CPDAS or
Equiv)
Dual Head scanning Sonar for (Pipe line Survey) with Profiler and Recording
Software (Tritech SCU3 or Equiv)
Pipeline tracking system (TSS 440 or equivalent)
Recording reading Software
3K PSI Water Blaster
Ultrasonic Wall Thickness Meter ( Cygnus for ROV and Diver)
Contact CP System
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Field CP Gradient system with qualified qualified Inspector having minimum 500
hrs of Inspection experience.
Coating Damage Inspection equipment ( DCVG or equiv)
[Optional] Rotary Hydraulic Brushes (or Equiv)
[Optional] ROV Work Blast
Or Equivalent Diver spread

GVI of Risers
Damage Survey
Anode Activity & Wastage
CP Readings on Steelwork
Field Gradient
Debris Survey
Burial Survey
Freespan Survey
Structural orientation and scour survey
Corrosion Spool inspection (Where
applicable)
Coating Damage
Hydrate Survey
Scour Survey
Inspection for Leaks

Tasks:

Work
Permit:
Step
1.

2.

1 Survey
Included with GVI
Readings at set interval on the pipeline
and on sub-components.
Readings on sub-components plus at
exposed steel
Continuous Reading during survey
5m either side of the pipeline
Included with GVI
Included with GVI
Included with GVI
Included with GVI
Included with GVI
Included with GVI
Included with GVI
Included with GVI

PTW required in accordance with Subsea Pipeline requirement

Discipline
Diving
Spread
/ROV
Diver
(Inspectors)
/ROV

3.

Diver
(Inspectors)
/ROV

4.

Diver
(Inspectors)
/ROV

Description of Activity
Start by positioning Diver/ ROV close to the structure.

Initial

Capture identity of Pipeline and position the Diver/ROV on


the start point of the pipeline near PLQP.
Also capture the tie back Optical Fibre and follow
throughout the pipeline.
Diver/ROV to fly out along the length of the pipeline with
the camera centred on the pipeline
Adjust ROVs both port and starboard boom arms to a height
to enable viewing of both sides of the pipeline on the
displays. As per 3.1.1 a. 5 above
Inspection to Identify the following features but not limited
to:
Anodes
Coating
Deformation/ buckling
Field joints (every 10th)
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Step

Discipline

5.

6.

7.

Diver
(Inspectors)
/ROV
Diver
(Inspectors)
/ROV

Diver
(Inspectors)
/ROV

Description of Activity
Repair works
Corrosion monitoring spools
In-line Tees
Crossing
Stabilization features
Span supports

Initial

Follow 3.1.1 a. 13

Anodes: Accessible anodes to be visually inspected and


record the following :
Location
Secure (Y/N)
Active (Y/N)
Wastage (%)
Note: Anodes shall be inspected once in three years as per
OISD-STD-139.
Berms: Visually inspect berms and record the following :
Start [KP]
End [KP]
Height [m]
Supporting [Y/N]
Supported length
Exposures
The dual head profiler shall be used to profile the berms.

8.

Diver
(Inspectors)
/ROV

9.

Diver
(Inspectors)
/ROV

11.

Diver
(Inspectors)
/ROV

Burial: Visually inspect f pipeline burial and record the


following:
Start [KP]
End [KP]
Depth [m]
Length [m]
Burial Percentage [%]
The dual head profiler shall be used to profile the seabed
condition.
Coating Damage: Inspect the Coatings on the pipeline and
note the presence of any damage, delamination, abrasion,
bubbles or other upset condition. Record
Damage (Y/N)
Type [Blisters, Bubbles, Bare Metal, Impact, Coating
Defect]
Extent (%)
CP Monitoring: The field gradient is to be recorded
continuously along the full length of the Pipeline and
around all features.
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Step

Discipline

Description of Activity
Take cathodic potential readings as follows:
- on each anode field joint welds.
- on all areas of exposed bare metal.
- on either side of any mechanical pipe joints.
- at the back of all uncoated tubeturns.

Initial

CP contact readings shall be taken at areas of exposed steel

12.

Diver
(Inspectors)
/ROV

13.

Diver
(Inspectors)
/ROV

14.

Diver
(Inspectors)
/ROV

15.

Diver
(Inspectors)
/ROV

During the survey, intermittent CP contact stabs on anodes


will be performed, as required, for more precise readings.
Typically, readings will be taken at every anode within 500m
from structure, then every 1km within 20km of a structure
for exposed pipeline. If the pipeline is buried then the
Divers/ ROV shall continue with the inspection and take a
CP Anode stab at the next possible location as convenient
and possible.
Crossings: Visually inspect any crossing and record the
following:
KP Location
Line crossing [Name]
Separation Distance [mm]
Supported [Y/N]
The dual head profiler shall be used to profile the crossing.
Damage: Inspect the pipeline and record the event criteria.
For damages found and record the following.
KP Location
Damage Type
Extent (Length x Breadth)
Leakage (if applicable)
CP stab of bare metal/damage (where applicable)
Debris: Follow 3.1.1 a. 14 and record the following
KP Location
Type of Debris
Contact [Y/N]
Distance form Component [m]
Damage Type
Size
Note: A sonar shall be used on the RO such that items of
debris can be identified out of visual range of the camera.
Debris cleaning should be done once in six months as per
OISD-STD-139.
Freespans: Identify freespans and Record the following :
Start [KP] for each touchdown point
End [KP] for each touchdown point
Length (M) for each touchdown point
Start Seabed Type [Silt, Sand, Clay, Coral, Rock]
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Step

Discipline

Description of Activity
End Seabed Type [Silt, Sand, Clay, Coral, Rock]
Touchdown Point [Sub-Event]

Initial

The dual head profiler shall be used to profile the pipeline


relative to the seabed.
Note: Free Span Survey shall be carried out annually as per

16.

Diver
(Inspectors)
/ROV

17.

Diver
(Inspectors)
/ROV

18.

Diver
(Inspectors)
/ROV

19.

Diver
(Inspectors)
/ROV

20.

21.

Diver
(Inspectors)
/ROV

Diver
(Inspectors)
/ROV

OISD-STD-139.
Leaks & Hydrates: Visually inspect the accessible pipelines
for Leaks
Location
Estimate of the Leak Rate
Hydrate Formation [Y/N]
Note: Leak Detection System shall be calibrated for
accuracy and effectiveness of operation before every
operation
Marine Growth: Identify and record the presence of marine
growth.
Type (Hard/Soft)
Coverage
Height (mm)
Scour: Visually Inspect for scour. Record the following:
Scour Present (Y/N)
Depth (mm)
The dual head profiler shall be used to profile the scour.
Stabilization: Visually inspect the stabilization. Orbit the
entire emplacement with ROV / Diver, check scouring at the
base of the support. Record the following:
Start [KP]
End [KP]
Type
Supporting [Y/N]
The dual head profiler shall be used to profile the pipeline
relative to the seabed.
Trenching: visually inspected rock berms and record the
following :
Start [KP]
End [KP]
Backfill Start [KP]
Backfill End [KP]
The dual head profiler shall be used to profile the trench.
Corrosion Monitor (If present): Inspect for corrosion,
general condition and damage.
Perform CP readings on the corrosion monitor frame at
locations provided at the time of inspection. Perform CP
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Step
22.

23.

24.

Discipline
Diver
(Inspectors)
/ROV

Description of Activity
readings on one anode.
Anchor Bracelets (If present): Inspect pipeline anchor
bracelets and record the condition, damage, anode usage
and security of anchor connection.

Diver
(Inspectors)
/ROV

Perform CP reading on the anchor bracelet frame at


locations provided at the time of inspection. Perform CP
readings on one anode.
Anchor Box (If present): Inspect pipeline anchor box and
record condition, damage, anode usage and condition of
interface with the anchor bracelet.

Diver
(Inspectors)
/ROV

Take CP Readings on the pipeline anchor at locations


provided at the time of inspection.
In-Line Tee or Lateral: Inspect In-line Tee or Lateral and
record condition, damage, coating condition, anode usage,
valve condition, mud mat condition and leaks.

Initial

Take CP Readings on the In-line Tee or Lateral on


appropriate locations as provided at the time of inspection.
25.

26.

27.

Diver
(Inspectors)
/ROV
Diver
(Inspectors)
/ROV
Diver
(Inspectors)
/ROV

Confirm Diver /ROV Interface are clear of debris, marine


growth and damage
Confirm Identification markers are present and visible.

Flanges & Connectors: Inspect the connector or flange for


indications of damage or other anomalies. Confirm the
alignment of the flange, that all bolts are in place and note
the presence of any grease bands or flange protectors.
Take CP readings on either side of the flange

28.

Diver
(Inspectors)
/ROV

Recover the DIVER/ROV.

Reporting:
The following shall be handed over on completion of the inspection:
1. Visual Media file containing:
a. Video Capture of all inspection activities
b. Processed Survey and inspection files
c. Event Logs using the approved event format.
2. Field Report Detailing:
a. Summary of inspection and survey results
b. Job work Break Down
i. Operational Summary
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ii. Standby and Operational time break with brief


iii. Risk assessment Report
iv. Threat perception of Survey team
v. Constraints faced during Survey
vi. Safety Events
vii. Incidents
viii. Permit to Work
c. Summary of the vessel activities and durations
d. Daily Progress Reports
e. Calibration Details
3. Updated field Layout drawing in a native file format and pdf format.

COMPLETION:
Inspectors
Name
Client
Name

Signature

Date

Signature

Date

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