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EATeo -Suez Petrochemicals Complex
Natural Gas to Polyolefins Project (GTP)
Suez, Egypt
Final Report
Volume Two - Technical Information
For:
Egyptian Arab Trading Co. (EATCO)
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Important Notice
The intended purpose of this report is EATCD's evaluation of the
feasibility ofinstalling a GTP Plant only and it does not constitute a
solicitation, or offer or invitation to EATCD or any third party to
lend or invest or otherwise participate in the GTP Plant. This report
is not intended to provide the sole basis of any credit or other
financial or non-financial evaluation. Any potential joint venture
partner, lender, investor or other participant to whom a copy ofthis
report is furnished should determine for itself the relevance of the
information contained herein and its interest in participating in the
GTP Plant should be based upon such investigation, as it deems
necessary andprudent. Neither UDP LLCnor its subcontractors nor
any of their respective directors, employees, representatives or
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This report was funded in part by Egyptian Arab Trading Company (EATCO), the Egyptian Sponsor. The opinions,
fmdings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this document are those of the author(s) and do not
necessarily represent the official position or policies of EATCO.
Egyptian Arab Trading Co. (EATCO), headquartered in Cairo, Egypt is a holding company for investments in the
oil and gas industry in Egypt.
UOP LLC, headquartered in Des Plaines, Illinois, USA, is a leading international supplier and licensor of process
technology, catalysts, adsorbents, process plants, and technical services to the petroleum refming, petrochemical,
and gas processing industries.

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Table of Contents
Volume II - Technical Information
1. Technical Summary
1.1 Overview
1.2 Integration Issues
1.3 Byproduct Utilization
1.4 Optional Considerations
2. General
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3. Process Descriptions
2.1 Process Design Basis
2.2 General Site Infonnation
2.3 Utilities
2.4 Environmental Basis
2.5 Units ofMeasure

3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
Methanol Production
Olefm Production
Polyolefms Production
Utilities/Offsites

4. Process FlowDiagrams
4.1 General
4.2 Methanol
4.3 MTO
4.4 Polyolefins
5. Utility Flow Diagrams
5.1 Utility Block Flow Diagrams
5.2 Utility Flow Diagrams
5.3 Conceptual Electrical Single Line

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6. Consumption Data
6.1 Material Balances
6.2 Raw Materials
6.3 Catalysts
6.4 Chemicals
6.5 Utilities
7. Equipment Information
7.1 Methanol
7.2 MTO
7.3 Polyolefins
7.4 Utilities/Offsites

8. Preliminary Site Plan
Preliminary Plot Plans 9.
9.1 Methanol
9.2 MTO
9.3 Polyolefins
9.4 Utilities/Offsites
10. Buildings
11. Preliminary EPC Schedule
12. Procurement Plan
12.1 Procurement Strategy
12.2 International Transportation Logistics
12.3 Preliminary Host Country Logistics Plan
12.4 Host Country & Middle East Suppliers
12.5 Potential U.S. Suppliers




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13. Cost Estimates
13.1 Breakdown by General Categories
13.2 Explanation ofMethodology
13.3 Fixed Operating Requirements
14. Environmental Considerations
14.1 Gaseous Discharges
14.2 Liquid Discharges
14.3 Solid Discharges
14.4 Potential Major Hazards Summary
15. Technology Information
15.1 Commercial Experience Lists
15.2 Performance Guarantees
15.3 Technology Fees
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1. Technical Summary
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1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
Overview
Integration Issues
Byproduct Utilization
Optional Considerations
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Page 4
Page 5
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1.1 Overview
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This volume ofthe report studies the technical requirements for the installation ofa
Gas to Polyolefins plant in the Suez region ofEgypt. Engineering design
information was prepared to detennine the process flows, rawmaterials, utilities,
catalysts and chemicals, equipment sizing and materials, and overall site
requirements. This information was used to develop a cost estimate and detennine
the costs ofproduction for the project.
Kvaemer and UOP LLC developed the design information for the project. Kvaemer
is a global engineering and construction company with extensive experience in
designing and constructing methanol and polyolefin plants. UOP is a worldwide
supplier oftechnology to the refining and petrochemical industries and possesses
the MTO (methanol to olefins) technology in conjunction with Norsk Hydro. UOP
developed the design information for the inside battery limits portion ofthe MTO
plant. Kvaemer developed the design information ofthe integrated complex,
including the methanol plant, polyolefins plant, utilities, storage and offsites, and
Kvaemer developed the site specific cost estimate.
Project Description
The GTP facility will be a grass-roots construction comprising an inside battery
limits (ISBL) plant supported by a utilities/offsites plant to produce 400,000 MTA
(metric tons per annum) ofbagged polyolefins, 50%polyethylene and 50%
polypropylene. The facility will be supplied with natural gas (for feedstock and
fuel), rawwater, and electric power and will generate all additional utilities required.
The ISBL complex comprises the following process units:
• Methanol Production Plant
• Olefins (MTO) Production Plant
• Polyethylene Production Plant
• Polypropylene Production Plant
The OSBL plant comprises the following systems:
• RawWater Treatment System
• Firewater System
• Potable Water System
• Stripped MTO Byproduct Water Treating
• Boiler Feedwater Treating
• Condensate Polishing
• Deaerator and Condensate Return
• Cooling Water Systems - closed loop circulation and seawater circulation
• Wastewater Collection and Treating
• HPBoilers
• Plant Instrwnent Air Generation and Distribution
• Nitrogen Generation and Distribution
• Power Generation
• Flare Systems
• Offsites Storage

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Site Description & Overview
The proposed site is located in the North West Gulf of Suez Special Economic
Zone, approximately 40 Ian south of Suez City and 120 Ian east of Cairo City, close
to the newport at Ain El Sukhna The Gas to Polymers (GTP) facility will be
located in the southern section ofthe zone in the area designated "Petroleum
Section", which comprises an area of approximately 11.90 Ian
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The proposed facility will be supplied with natural gas feedstock, rawwater and
electric power at the 33 kV source level. Steam, instrument air, plant air, and
nitrogen will be generated within the facility.
Cooling water for the facility will be provided via a closed loop cooling water
circuit, the circulating cooling water will be cooled by seawater. Seawater will be
used directly for some cooling requirements. In addition, air coolers will also be
employed where applicable.
Infrastructure roads are provided within the facility boundary, supply roads to/from
the facility from local highways are excluded from the scope ofthe facility.
The facility will be provided with the following buildings:
• Administration Building
• WarehouselMaintenance/Stores Building
• Emergency Service Building
• Electrical Substation
• Main Gate Guard House
• Control Room/Laboratory
• Unitized I/O - MCC Buildings for each process unit.
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1.2 Integration Issues
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The project is based on an integrated complex, which provides benefits oflower
capital investment and lower costs ofproduction compared to a non-integrated
facility. Among the key benefits are:
• Shared Facilities - requirements for buildings, administration, offsites
storage, maintenance, emergency services, control rooms, and utilities are
reduced.
• Uniformity ofFeeds/Products - the source of intermediate feedstocks
(methanol, ethylene, propylene, hydrogen) is constant and provides a secure
source ofhigh quality feeds/products without the surprises ofpurity,
contaminants, and pricing that are inherent in materials purchased/shipped
from the marketplace.
From a process design and operation perspective the integrated GTP complex offers
the following synergies:
• Water Balance - The production ofmethanol via conventional steamreforming
processes consumes water in the reaction. An equivalent amount of water is
released by the reaction ofmethanol to olefins. This offers an opportunity to
recycle the water and thereby minimize the influent and efiluent amounts for the
complex. The water treatment facilities included in the design ofthe GTP
complex are based on this water conservation approach. Inthis design
approximately 75% ofthe MTO eflluent water stream is recovered as boiler
feed water after treatment. This provides about one fifth ofthe boiler feed water
used in the complex and reduces the rawwater consumption to less than half of
what would otherwise be.
• Steam & Fuel Balance - The reactor sections ofthe methanol plant and olefins
plant operate at relatively high temperatures. Steam generation facilities are
included as part ofthe heat recovery systems in these plants in order to conserve
energy. Steam is used in these plants for driving turbines on large compressors
and pumps, for heat input, and other process uses. Steam is also generated in
boilers that utilize the byproduct fuel streams to reduce fuel import
consumption. This provides a good balance that reduces the amount offuel
imported to the complex and eliminates the need to find outlets for selling
byproducts.
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1.3 Byproduct Utilization
Hydrogen
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The methanol plant produces hydrogen as byproduct ofmethanol production. A
portion ofthe hydrogen is recovered and purified to meet the hydrogen requirements
ofthe polymers plant. The remaining surplus hydrogen is blended into the fuel
systemin the complex.
Butenes
The MTO plant produces a substantial amount ofmixed butenes as a byproduct.
This stream is composed ofmostly 2-butenes and I-butene and minor amounts of
isobutene and butadiene. The concentration ofbutadiene is lowsuch that it is
generally not economical to recover this component. The amount of I-butene is
about twenty-five percent ofthe stream composition. I-butene is a valuable product
for use as copolymer and additional facilities could be added to the complex to
recover the I-butene ifnecessary. The majority ofthis stream's composition is 2-
butene. This component is an excellent feed for motor fuel alkylation processes.
For this feasibility study, the mixed butene stream was blended into the fuel system
for the complex. This provides the lowest value for this byproduct so it reflects a
conservative utilization scheme. Other uses as mentioned herein could offer much
higher values and increase the profit potential ofthe GTP complex.
C5+ Hydrocarbons
A much smaller yet significant byproduct ofthe MTO plant is a C5+ hydrocarbon
stream. This stream could be sold for gasoline blending purposes or blended into
liquid fuel streams. For this study, the C5+ streamwas used to provide a fuel
supplement to the boiler for steamproduction.

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1.4 Optional Considerations
Butene-l Recovery
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The polymer plant uses butene-l and hexene-l as a copolymer reaction material.
Approximately 4,400 MTA ofbutene-l and 5,300 MTA of hexene-l will be
consumed in the polyolefins plant. It is expected that these chemicals will be
purchased as raw materials for the plant and the market study indicates that adequate
supplies will be available.
There is a significant amount ofbutene-l contained in the mixed butenes product
stream from the MTO unit. Although recovery facilities were not included in the
plant design for this study, it is possible to recover butene-l with additional
facilities. There would be approximately 13,000 MTA of butene-l recoverable
from this stream, which is more than enough to satisfy the consumption of butene-l
in the polymer plant.
The facilities required to recover the butene-l are described in the confidential
version ofthis report.
Preliminary estimates for the capital costs associated with these facilities indicate
that the economics for butene-l recovery are marginal due to the relatively small
production capacity. It is therefore recommended to exclude the facilities for butene-
1 recovery and purchase the required butene-l instead. These facilities could be
added-on in a later stage ofthe project ifthe economics improve or butene-l
availability becomes limited. A more profitable alternative for the mixed butenes
stream would be to market it for alkylation feedstock for motor fuel production
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Power Generation
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The GTP complex consmnes about 42 megawatts ofelectrical power per hour. The
official price ofelectricity from the grid is reported to be equivalent to $80 per MW-
h. At this price the cost ofelectricity is about $27 million per year, which is a very
significant portion ofthe cash costs ofproduction for polyolefins. In order to reduce
the operating costs ofthe complex, power generation facilities could be added to the
project. The operating cost savings based on natural gas priced at $1 per million
B.t.u. would offer a quick payback on the incremental cost ofthese facilities. Unless
a lower price for electricity can be obtained, it would be more economical to add
power generation facilities to the complex instead ofpurchasing electrical power.
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2. General
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2.1
2.2
2.3
2.4
2.5
Process Design Basis
General Site Information
Utilities
Environmental Basis
Units of Measure
Page 2
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Page 8
Page 11
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2.1 Process Design Basis
Overall Scope
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The scope ofthis feasibility study includes plant areas and units given below as
well as the necessary battery limit infrastructure required to support the facility.
Excluded from the study and cost estimate are infrastructure items outside the
facility e.g. roads, pipelines, docks, electrical supply etc.
Area Name Unit Name


Methanol Feedstock Purification
Reforming
Syngas Cooling
Methanol Synthesis
Methanol Distillation
Hydrogen Production
MTO MTO Reaction
LORP
Polyethylene Raw Materials Purification
Reaction
Resin Degassing
Vent Recovery
Resin Additive Handling
Pelleting
Pellet Handling
Packaging & Shipping
Polypropylene Raw Materials Purification
Reaction
Resin Degassing
Vent Recovery
Resin Additive Handling
Pelleting
Pellet Handling
Packaging & Shipping
General Facilities Utilities
Offsites
Buildings
Seawater Supply Facilities

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Plant Capacity
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When furnished with adequate raw materials and utilities, the Gas to Polymers
facility will produce 400 kMTA ofpolymers, nominally 200 kMTA ofPolyethylene
and 200 kMTA ofPolypropylene.
Products Requirements
Polyethylene
The polyethylene product will be packaged in Jumbo bags, ofcapacity of
1 - 1.25 Te each and in palletized 25 kg bags. The packaging split
requirement is 50% - 50% respectively.
Polypropylene
The polypropylene product will be packaged in Jumbo bags, of capacity of
1 - 1.25 Te each and in palletized 25 kg bags. The packaging split
requirement is 75% - 25% respectively.
Onstream Factor
The onstream factor for the facility is based upon 8000 on-stream hours per year.
Intermediate Storage
A total of24 hours of intermediate storage for each intermediate product is
provided between the Methanol and MTO plants and between the MTO and
Polymer plants
Cooling System
The use of air cooling is to be maximized where practical, the use of sea-water
cooling, either directly or indirectly is to be used to minimize raw water usage.
Control System
Control ofthe facility will be via a Distributive Control System (DCS) from a
centrally located control room. Each plant is to be provided with a Remote I/O
Building (RIB) for interface to the main control system.
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Major Drives
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The use of steam turbines for major drives is to be maximized in an effort to
reduce electrical power consumption. This will provide for heat integration
within the facility by utilizing steam produced as a byproduct ofthe operations
within the process plants.
Feedstocks
Natural Gas Feedstock and Fuel
Natural gas for use as feedstock in the methanol plant and as fuel throughout the
facility, will be provided to the facility battery limit via pipeline and will conform
with the specifcation given below.

Component
Methane
Ethane
Propane
i-Butane
n-Butane
i-Pentane
n-Pentane
C
6
+
CO
2
N
2
H
2
S
Mol. Wt
LHV (kJ/NM
3
)
HHV (kJINM
3
)
Pressure, Barg
Temperature,oC
Mol%
92.75
4.60
1.30
0.12
0.09
0.04
0.00
0.07
0.97
0.06
5ppmv
17.491
37,760
41,813
34.0 (min)
20.0 (min)

Hexene-l
Hexene-l for use within the polymers plant will be imported to the facility and
will conform to the specification provided by the Licensor. This information can
be found in the Confidential Volume ofthis report.
Butene-l
Butene-l for use within the polymers facility will be imported to the facility and
will conform to the specification provided by the Licensor. This information can
be found in the Confidential Volume ofthis report.
Nitrogen
Nitrogen for use in the polymers plant will be generated within the facility and
will conform to the specification provided by the Licensor. This information can
be found in the Confidential Volume ofthis report.

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Intermediate Products
Methanol
Crude methanol will be produced in the methanol plant for use in the MID plant,
and will conform to the specification provided by the Licensor. This information
can be found in the Confidential Volume ofthis report.
Hydrogen
Hydrogen will be produced in the methanol plant for use in the polymers plant
and will conform to the specification provided by the Licensor. This information
can be found in the Confidential Volume ofthis report.
Propylene
Polymer grade propylene will be produced in the MID plant for use within the
polymers plant, and will conform to the specification provided by the Licensor.
This information can be found in the Confidential Volume ofthis report.
Ethylene
Ethylene will be produced in the MID plant for use within the polymers plant,
and will conform to the specification provided by the Licensor. This information
can be found in the Confidential Volume ofthis report.
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2.2 General Site Information
Site Location
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The proposed site is located in the North West Gulf of Suez Special Economic
Zone, approximately 40 KIn south of Suez City and 120 KIn east of Cairo City.
The Gas to Polymers (GTP) facility will be located in the northern section ofthe
zone in the area designated "Petroleum Section", which comprises of an area of
approximately 11.90 Km
2

Ambient Conditions
The following ambient conditions have been assumed for the feasibility study:
Ave Daily Maximum Dry Bulb Temperature (Aug) 36°C
Ave Daily Minimum Dry Bulb Temperature (Jan) 8°C
Maximum Wet Bulb Temperature 28°C
Maximum Ambient (Air) Temperature 45°C
Minimum Ambient (Air) Temperature 5°C


Normal Atmospheric Pressure
Maximum Atmospheric Pressure
Minimum Atmospheric Pressure
Rainfall
Maximum rainfall in 1 hour:
Maximum rainfall in 1 day
Seismic Activity
Uniform Building Code Zone
Factor, I
1.013 BarA
1.045 BarA
0.970 BarA
10mm
55mm
2B
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Civil Information
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Site Elevation:
Site Condition:
Ground Conditions
Coastal
Clear, level and free from obstructions (above
and below ground), subject to sandstorms
Facility to be designed for the following wind loading conditions in accordance
with ASCE 7-95


Ground Load Bearing Capacity
Ground Water Level (below ground level)
Ground Water Type
Cathodic Protection Requirement
Wind Loading
Maximum Basic Wind Speed
Exposure
Importance Factor, I
Prevailing wind direction
66te/m2
80m
2500 - 4000 IDS
For Buried Steel
160km/h
C
1.0
FromNorthwest


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2.3 Utilities
Fresh Water Supply
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Treated Fresh Water suitable for use in the production ofHP Steam and as potable
water will be supplied to the facility battery limit at the following conditions:
Conductivity
Suspended Solids
Total Dissolved Solids
Hardness
pH Range
Turbidity
Heavy Metals
Supply Temperature
Supply Pressure
IlS/cm
mg/l
mg/l
mg/l
NTU
mg/l
°C
Barg
750 (max)
<1
500 (max)
60-120
6.5 - 8.5
5 (max)
<0.1
Ambient
6.9

Sea water
Sea water temperature 30°C (Max) 18°C (Min) to be taken directly from sea,
maximum return temperature is 40°C. The quality of the Seawater will be as
follows:

pH
Conductivity @ 25°C
TDS
TSS
Total Hardness
Temporary Hardness
Permanent Hardness
Hardness due to Calcium ions
Hardness due to Magnesium ions
Chloride content as chloride ions
Sulfate ions
Carbonate
Bicarbonate
Silica
Iron
Sodium ions
Calcium ions
Potassium ions
Organic matter
mS/cm
ppm
ppm
ppm (CaC0
3
)
ppm (CaC0
3
)
ppm (CaC0
3
)
ppm
ppm
ppm
ppm
ppm (CaC0
3
)
ppm (CaC0
3
)
ppm (Si0:J
ppm
ppm
ppm
ppm
ppm
8.2
55200
48200
830
8350
1400
6950
1975
6375
26120
3580
40
110
5
0.5
15227
790
540
288
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Electric Power
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Electric Power will be made available to the substation within the facility battery
limit at the following conditions:
Voltage, kV 33
FrequencY,Hz 50
Phase 3
Utilization Voltages
Electric Power will be utilized as follows within the facility:
Motor Power Above 151 to 1 to Below 1 Lighting &
-
Ranges,kW 1000 1000 150 Instruments
Voltage, V 11000 3300 400 115/230 115/230
Frequency, Hz 50 50 50 50 50
Phase 3 3 3 1 1
Applicable standards International Electrotechnical Commission (lEC) and
relevant documents issued by the European Committee for Electrotechnical
Standardization (CENELEC).
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Utility Conditions (at Battery limits of each process unit)
Pressure Temperature
Min. Norm. Max. Min. Norm. Max.
-- --
Barg Barg Barg °C °C °C
- -
HHP Steam(l)
100.00 105.00 107.00 450 480 480
HP Steam 39.65 41.37 43.10 251 254 256
MPI Steam(2)
27.00 27.80 28.50 323
MP2 Steam 10.00 10.30 11.00 184 186 200
LP Steam 3.30 3.45 3.80 145 148 165
LLP Steam 1.00 1.05 1.10 121
Condensate Return 0.69 2.07 2.76 10 110 125
Cooling Water 3.10 3.45 4.14 10 33 33
Supply (3)(4)
Cooling Water 0.34 1.03 1.38 43 43
Return (3)(4)
Sea Water Supply 5.50 6.20 6.90 18 30 30
Sea Water Return 4.10 4.80 5.50 40 40
Potable Water 3.45 4.14 5.17 10 20 37

Demineralized 4.40 5.17 5.86 27 40
Water
Plant Air 5.52 6.90 7.58 -10 30 40
Instrument Air 5.52 6.90 7.58 -10 30 40
Nitrogen 6.20 6.90 8.27 -10 30 40
Flare
(7) (7) (7)
-10 30 40
Notes:

(1)
(2)
(3)
(4)
(5)
(6)
(7)
Used solely within the methanol plant
Used solely within the methanol plant
Water pressure drop for exchanger design is 0.34 to 0.69 Bar
Design ofcooling water exchangers will be based on supply and return
temperatures of 33°C and 43°C respectively
Cooling Water cooled via Sea-water exchangers
Potable Water quality to be in accordance with US Federal Regulations
To be determined during detailed engineering phase
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2.4 Environmental Basis
Gaseous Emissions
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Hydrocarbon emissions occur during abnormal operation, e.g. from relief valves
and from emergency venting. These emissions are routed to the flare.
The following emission limits have been assumed for the study:
SPM*
Emission Limits
@Plant Stacks
Permissible
Limits @ Grade
Units
mg/Nm
3
300
6
2500
5
10
10
100
3.5

* Suspended Particulate Matter.
Liquid Wastes
It is assumed that aqueous liquid discharges from the complex will need to meet
the following limits:
Aqueous Discharge Limits
BODmgIL
CODmgIL
Suspended Solids mgIL
Solid Wastes
30
80
80

The polymer granules and pellets, separated from the storm water in the polymer
interceptor, may be saleable. Any polyethylene granules, pellets or additive spills
will be contained, removed as soon as possible and either recycled or transported
to an offsite facility for disposal by others. Other solid waste e.g. spent catalysts
will be transported to an offsite facility for disposal by others.
Noise
Not to exceed 90 Decibels in normally accessible locations.
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Radiation
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Max Flare Radiation at accessible locations 1.6 kW1m2 (Solar not included)
Insulation
Insulation for personnel protection to be provided where the process operating
temperature exceeds 65°C.

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2.5 Units of Measure
Section 2 Page 13
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The units ofmeasure detailed below are to be applied to this project:
Length Metres m
Millimetre rom
Area Square metres m
2
Volume Cubic metres m
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Volumetric Flow Cubic metres per second m
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Cubic metres per hour m
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Kilogram per hour kg/h
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2
Viscosity Centipoise cP
Enthalpy Kilo Joules per kilogram kJ/kg
Heat Capacity Kilo Joules per kilogram per °c
kJ/kgOC
Latent heat Kilo Joules per kilogram kJ/kg
Thermal Kilo Watts per metre per °c kW/moC
Conductivity
Current Amp A
Voltage Volt V
Noise Decibel dB(A)
Line size Inch In
Energy or Power Mega watt, MW,
Kilo watt kW
Watt W
Temperature Degrees Celsius °c

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3. Process Description
Section 3 Page 1
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3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
Methanol Production
Olefin Production
Polyolefins Production
Utilities/Offsites
Page 2
Page 3
Page 4
Page 5
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3.1 Methanol Production
General
Section 3 Page-2
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The process route consists ofthe following five main steps to produce methanol:
• Feedstock Desulfurization and Saturation
• Synthesis Gas Production and Heat Recovery
• Synthesis Gas Compression
• Methanol Synthesis
• Distillation
Natural gas feedstock is desulfurized, saturated with steam in the saturator, pre-
heated, pre-reformed and then mixed with remainder ofprocess steam to achieve the
desired steam to carbon ratio. The mixed feed is further heated and then introduced
into the Reformer.
The steam/natural gas feedstock mixture reacts in the reformer and produces synthesis
gas. A considerable amount ofwaste heat is available from the synthesis gas, which is
utilized by raising steam, preheating boiler feed water and preheating demineralized
water. Waste heat from the reformer flue gas is recovered by preheating feedstock,
raising and superheating steam and preheating combustion air.
Cooled synthesis gas is compressed and mixed with circulating gas in the methanol
synthesis loop. After synthesis and heat exchange, crude methanol is condensed and
separated. A continuous loop purge is maintained to keep the inerts at a level suitable
for satisfactory methanol production. The purge gas is used as reformer fuel, as a
hydrogen source for desulfurization and as a hydrogen source for the PSA Unit to
supply the hydrogen requirements for the PPIPE Plants.
Light end gases are separated from the crude methanol in the Topping Column to
obtain the crude methanol product. The crude methanol product is then cooled and
sent to Storage.
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3.2 Olefin Production
Section 3 Page 3
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The UOPIHYDO MTO Process consists ofthe following main processing steps:
• Methanol Feed Vaporization
• Reactor & Regenerator
• Product Cooling & Water Removal
• Compression
• Oxygenate Recovery
• Impurity Removal
• Fractionation & Purification
The methanol feed is preheated primarily by heat exchange with the reactor
effluent product streams. A portion ofthe methanol feed is first routed through
the oxygenate recovery section before recombining with the rest ofthe methanol
feed. The combined methanol feed is vaporized by further heat exchange prior to
entering the MTO Reactor.
The reactor is a fluidized catalytic type. It consists of a feed distributor, a
fluidized bed of catalyst, and vapor/catalyst disengagement devices. A small
amount of coke is accumulated on the catalyst as a byproduct ofthe MTO
reactions. Therefore, the catalyst is continuously regenerated by combusting the
coke with air in the regenerator to maintain catalyst activity. The regenerator
similarly includes a fluidized bed of catalyst and vapor/disengagement devices.
The regenerator flue gas is cooled to recover heat and then catalyst fines are
removed prior to venting to the atmospheric flue gas stack.
The reactor effluent stream is partially cooled by heat exchange, transferring heat
to the methanol feed. The effluent is further cooled and byproduct water is
condensed and stripped to remove hydrocarbons. After water removal, the
effluent product is compressed and treated to recover small amounts of
oxygenates that are returned to the reactor for more complete conversion to light
olefins.
Following the oxygenate recovery section, the effluent is caustic scrubbed to
remove carbon dioxide and then dried to remove moisture. The effluent is further
processed in the fractionation and purification section to separate the key products
from the byproduct components. Trace impurities are removed in this section
using conventional technologies for diolefm saturation and ,?xygenate removal.
The ethylene and propylene are produced as polymer grade products and sent to
intermediate storage.
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3.3 Polyolefins Production
Polypropylene Unit
Section 3 Page 4
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The plant will be based on the well proven UNIPOL Polypropylene process licensed
by VCC. The technology comprises ofthe fluidised bed and catalyst technologies of
VCC. The plant is designed to produce 200,000 tpa of Polypropylene and the plant
design includes for the manufacture of homopolymer, random copolymer and
impact copolymer resins.
Polyethylene Unit
The unit will be based on the UNIPOL PE process which is simple to operate and
produces low and high density Polyethylene economically in a safe manner. The
plant is designed to produce 200,000 tpa of Polyethylene (LLDPE and HDPE)
including high strength copolymers, which incolpOrate Hexene and Butene as the
copolymers.
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3.4 Utilities & Offsites
General
Section 3 Page 5
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Water treating and usage is the largest portion of the utilities and offsites. The water
treating and handling consists ofthe following basic systems:
• Raw Water/Firewater
• Potable Water
• Stripped MTO Byproduct Water
• Boiler Feedwater Treating
• Condensate Polishing
• Deaerator and Condensate Return
• Cooling Water Systems
• Wastewater Collection and Treating
These systems interact with each other to provide the water needs to the process
plants and the utilities systems.
The other utility systems are:
• HP Steam Boilers
• Plant and Instrument Air
• Nitrogen Generator
• Power Generation
• Flare Systems
• Offsites Storage
These systems supply the necessary utilities and offsites storage to operate the process
plants and the utility systems.

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Raw Water/Firewater
Section 3 Page 6
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The raw water supply to the site is assumed to be drinking water quality that is
chlorinated, free of suspended solids, and about 600 ppm TDS max.
The raw water will be stored in a large storage tank that will reserve a four (4) hour
supply of firewater plus a one day supply of raw water for normal plant operation
above the portion reserved for fIrewater
Firewater pressure is maintained in the system with a jockey pump. Electric and
diesel powered fIrewater pumps will start on low fIrewater system pressure. The
fIrewater supply is backed up with an emergency bypass to utilize seawater supplied
by the Diesel Firewater Backup Pump.
Potable Water
The potable water treating system consists of a storage tank and a chlorinator that will
be used to maintain a safe level of chlorine. To maintain the potable water at an
acceptable temperature during hot weather an underground distribution system will be
used with a continuous recirculation loop and a potable water cooler. This system
will provide safe water for safety showers and eyewash stations without the
possibility ofhot water burns.
Stripped MTO Byproduct Water
A fIxed fIlm or fluidized bed biological system is used to remove the organics from
stripped MTO byproduct water. This process does not produce any waste disposal
problems and will recover over 91% ofthe water. The biological solids produced and
associated water will go to drying beds where the water will be removed without any
environmental problems. The dried solids will be non-hazardous solids that can be
recycled for use in agriculture.
The effluent from the biological system will be fIltered through a back-washable fIlter
where the backwash stream will be recycled to the inlet of the biological treatment
system. The remaining organics will be removed using an organic trap, which
contains a strong base anion resin operated in the chloride form that is regenerated
using salt. The wastewater from regeneration ofthe organic trap will be discharged to
the sea without additional treatment. The water from the organic trap will be fed to a
Reverse Osmosis unit that will remove most of the sodium carbonate and other ions.
Product water from the reverse osmosis unit will then be combined with treated raw
water for boiler feedwater treating.
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Boiler Feedwater Treating
Section 3 Page 7
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The raw plant makeup water will be dechlorinated with chemicals and sent to a Water
Softener. The soft water from the Water Softener will be treated in a Reverse
Osmosis Treatment Package to remove most of the inorganic salts. The treated water
will be combined with the treated MTO wastewater for further treating.
The pretreated plant water and treated MTO byproduct water will be further treated in
an additional RO polishing package followed by a Mixed Bed Polisher.
Condensate Polishing
Process condensate from the Methanol Plant is steam stripped in a decarbonator.
Condensate from the steam turbine surface condensers is mixed with the
decarbonated condensate, cooled, then sent to the condensate polishers.
Product water from the mixed bed polishers make up the demineralized water supply
and are stored in the Boiler Feed Water Tank. The boiler feedwater tank is designed
to hold 8 hours of boiler feed water or an equivalent of20 hours oftreated rawwater.
Deaerator and Condensate Return
The Deaerator is supplied with condensate from the condensate flash drum and the
balance is made up from preheated water the Boiler Feed Water Tank. The
condensate is then stripped of any entrained or dissolved air and non-condensables
with 1 barg steam to remove the oxygen and non-condensables from the boiler
feedwater. The deaerated boiler feedwater is fed to the various boilers by two sets of
boiler feedwater pumps.
HP Steam Boilers
Two HP Steam boilers are provided that will produce up to 200,000 kg/hr of steam
for start-up and abnonnal operation when the methanol unit is operating at 66% rate
and the methanol plant is in start-up mode. The boilers will also provide steam to
supplement the steam produced by the methanol refonner and provide a use for the
waste gaseous and liquid fuel produced. The excess steam produced from waste fuel
will be used to generate power with a condensing turbine. Both boilers will operate
continuously sharing the steam load.
HP steam produced in the MTO unit is superheated in these boilers to the HP steam
header superheat level in addition to their capability to generate 200,000 kg/hr of
superheated steam.

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Cooling Water Systems
Sea-water Cooling
Section 3 Page 8
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Seawater flows into a Seawater Suction Structure at the seashore through trash
screens that are designed to keep fish and trash out of the seawater pump intakes.
The seawater pumps will supply seawater to the plant for cooling processes
directly and also for removing heat from the freshwater closed loop system.
An Electrolytic Chlorinator is provided to generate sodium hypochlorite from a
seawater slipstream to control the growth of sea life that will foul and plug the
cooling system. After the seawater removes process heat from direct and indirect
cooling duties it will be discharged back into the sea
Closed Loop Cooling Water
A closed loop fresh water cooling system will provide a circulating cooling
medium to remove heat from the process coolers. The cooling water will be
circulated via the cooling water pumps, heat will be removed from the closed loop
circuit by seawater in plate and frame exchangers.
Plant & Instrument Air System
Plant and instrument air is being compressed with two centrifugal compressors and a
spare where it is cooled and sent to a Plant Air Receiver prior to being distributed as
plant air and sent to the air dryers to become instrument air
Nitrogen Generator
The requirement for large quantities of high purity nitrogen in the Polyolefms plant
requires the use of a cryogenic nitrogen plant (air separation plant) for the production
ofthe plant nitrogen.
Power Generation
The facility produces a small amount of electric power from the excess supply of
byproduct streams that are used to raise HP steam that is condensed via a steam
turbine generator/condenser set.
Flare Systems
The flare system consists of two separate systems. One for all cryogenic and
continuous reliefs, the other for emergency releases.

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Wastewater Collection and Treating
Section 3 Page 9
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Wastewater is collected in process area sumps on a fIrst flush principle from the
paved process areas where organic contamination may occur. The sources of
wastewater are from wash down water, maintenance steam outs, process drainage,
and rainfall, which will run off to a wastewater collection sump. The collected
wastewater is pumped to a dissolved air flotation unit to remove any free oil down to
a few parts per million. The remaining oil-free wastewater will flow to the
Facultative Pond.
Sanitary sewage will be collected in a lift station and pumped to the Sanitary Sewage
Treatment Package where it will be treated. The Sanitary Sewage Treatment Plant
will discharge into the Facultative Pond to supply nutrients to the pond and further
treat the sanitary sewage effluent. The Facultative Pond will discharge to the storm
water drainage ditch, which flows to the sea.
Offsites Storage
The intermediate storage tanks between the process plants supply a 24 hour surge of
product and or raw material. The co-monomer tanks provide a 14 day supply due to
shipping requirements. The Debutanizer bottoms tank is sized for two days of
debutanizer bottoms to accommodate start-ups and shutdowns when the bottoms
production is greater than fuel usage.
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4. Process Flow Diagrams
Section 4 Page 1
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4.1
4.2
4.3
4.4
General
Methanol
MTO
Polyolefins
Page 2
Page 3
Page 4
Page 5

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Section 4 Page 2
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This section contains the process flow schematics for the inside battery
limits (lSBL) portion of the facility. More detailed process flow diagrams
are included in the confidential version ofthe feasibility study.
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4.2 Methanol
Section 4 Page 3
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5.1
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Page 3
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5.2 Utility Flow Diagrams
Drawing List
Drawing No. Rev. No. Description
Section 5 Page 3
June, 2000

U-OI
U-02
U-03
U-04
U-05
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Deaerator
Package Boiler
Cooling Water System
Plant & Instrument Air System
Nitrogen & Electric Generator
Flare Systems
Plant & Sanitary Wastewater Treating
Crude Methanol & Hexene Storage
Ethylene & Propylene Storage
Butene-I & Debutanizer Bottoms Storage

These drawings are included in the confidential version of the feasibility
study.
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5.3 Conceptual Electrical Single Line
Section 5 Page 4
June, 2000
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6. Consumption Data
Section 6 Page 1
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6.1
6.2
6.3
6.4
6.5
Material Balances
Raw Materials
Catalysts
Chemicals
Utilities
Page 2
Page 3
Page 4
Page 5
Page 6
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6.1 Material Balances
Section 6 Page 2
June, 2000


The infonnation included within this section is the expected nonnal plant
operating consumption data. For purposes of the economic model
evaluation, allowances will need to be added to the values herein due to
Licensor guarantee requirements.
K V A : R N E R ~



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NATURAL GAS
FEEDSTOCK + FUEL
2.79 MMNm
3
/Day
(104.1 MMSCFD)

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Continuous Operation= 8000 hrs per Year
Electric Power Consumption is nett value, assumes internal generation from excess fuel
SUEZ PETROCHEMICAL COMPLEX
GTP FEASIBILITY STUDY
OVERALL FLOW DIAGRAM
CONTRACTNo: TORAWING No:
H1990720 IOFD.1
rEV. 0
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6.2 Raw Materials
Section 6 Page 3
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The raw materials consumed by the facility are summarized below. Details
ofthe specifications ofthe rawmaterials can be found in section 2.1.
RawMaterial
Natural Gas
Copolymer Production
Quantity
2.79
104.1
Units
The copolymer reaction materials consumed by the facility are summarized
below. Details ofthe specifications ofthe feed materials can be found in section
2.1.
(1) During the annual plant operation, this amount ofnatural gas will be replaced
with the quantities of copolymer reaction materials shown.


Copolymer Reaction Materials
Natural Gas(1)
Butene-1 & Hexene-1
Quantity
(22.55)
9,701
Units
MMNm
3
/Yr
Te/Yr
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6.3 Catalysts
Section 6 Page 4
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The individual catalyst quantities and costs information for the facility are regarded as
Confidential by the Licensors. The costs for the catalysts for the GTP facility are
included in the cost estimate
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6.4 Chemicals
Section 6 Page 5
June, 2000


The expected consumption of chemicals in the facility are summarized
below:
Chemical Purpose Monthly
Usage
MT
Phosphate To prevent scale and deposition on
internal surfaces ofthe boilers 10.8
Sodium Hydroxide(l)
To neutralize traces ofacid in the
methanol and olefin products and in
water treatment (ionic exchange) 195.0
Sulfuric Acid(2)
In water treatment (ionic exchange) 14.2
Chlorine (Gas) To disinfect and control algae
growth in raw and potable water 0.13
Sodium Chloride Water softner 134.0
Calcium Hypochlorite(3) Effluent disinfectant 0.1
Hydrazine(4)
Oxygen scavenger in boiler water
preparation 1.8
Mixed Amines Corrosion control in boiler water
preparation 1.1
Sodium Sulfite To protect water treatment resin 0.15
(l)Quantity expressed as 50% caustic.
(2)Quantity expressed as 98% acid.
(3)porm ofdry chlorine.
(4)Or equal.
In addition, machinery lube oils, per manufacturers' recommendations, and
diesel fuel, for emergency use operation and for the standby operation
(estimated at four (4) hours per week per item), for the generator, emergency
firewater pump and backup seawater pump will be required.
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6.5 Utilities
Section 6 Page 6
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The following table swnmarizes the utility conswnption for the facility.

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Utilities Summary


Section 6 Page 7
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Utility Units ISBL Utilities! Utilities! Total
("+" Produced
Plants Offsites Offsites Complex
& "_" Consumed)
Net Consumed Supplied Net
HHP Steam (lJ MT/h 3.9 -3.9 0.0 0.0
HP Steam (1)
MT/h -51.7 -48.5 100.2 0.0
MPI Steam (1)
MT/h 38.3 -38.3 0.0 0.0
MP2 Steam (I) MT/h -31.1 0.0 31.1 0.0
LP Steam (1)
MT/h -7.5 -31.0 38.5 0.0
LLP Steam (1)
MT/h -8.2 -36.0 44.2 0.0
Steam Condensate (1) MT/h 152.3 -152.3 0.0 0.0
Turbine Condensate (I) MT/h 107.3 -140.2 32.9 0.0
Cooling Water(2)
m
3
/h -15,556 -427 15,983 0.0
Potable Water (1) m
3
/h -2.1 -0.4 2.5 0.0
Demin. Water (1) m
3
/h 0.0 -327.5 327.5 0.0
Boiler Feed Water (1) m
3
/h -398.1 -107.2 505.3 0.0
Seawater (3)
m
3
/h -11,616 -16,116 27,732 0.0
RawlPlant Water (4) m
3
/h -7.5 -70.0 0.0 -77.5
Instrument Air (1) Nm
3
/h -4,502 -400 4,902 0.0
Plant Air (1)
Nm
3
/h -6,660 -500 7,160 0.0
Nitrogen (1)
Nm
3
/h -12,938 -400 13,338 0.0
Natural Gas! Fuel Gas (5) MW -85.8 -85.8 0.0 0.0
Electric Power (4)(6)
kW -23,917 -23,408 5,300 -42,025
Notes:
(I) Streams are internally generated within the GTP Facility.
(2) Closed loop circuit within the GTP Facility.
(3) Seawater supply/return via pipelines from/to sea.
(4) Import to GTP Facility
(5) Net make-up of fuel to the GTP Facility is nil. Energy is provided by byproduct fuels generated within the GTP Facility.
(6) A small amount of electric power (approximately 5300kw) will be generated by the GTP Facility.
(1) All flows are those expected at normal operating conditions.
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7. Equipment Information
Section 7 Page 1
June, 2000


7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
Methanol
MTO
Polyolefins
Utilities/Offsites
Page 2
Page 7
Page 17
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7.1 Methanol
Single Line Equipment List
Section 7Page 2
June, 2000
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PROJECT: GTP FEASIBILITY STUDY PROJ.#: H1990720
CLIENT: SUEZ PETROCHEMICAL COMPLEX
ONE LINE EQUIPMENT LIST LOCATION: SUEZ, EGYPT
METHANOL PLANT
AREA: METHANOL
REV: 0 BY: MK DATE: 8/9/99
Item No. Description No. Remarks Rev.
COLUMNS
C-101 Saturator 1
C-401 Topping Column 1
C-601 Decarbonator 1
COMPRESSORS
K-201 Syngas Compressor 1
K-301 Circulator 1
FANS
K-101 F.D. Fan 1
K-102 1.0. Fan 1
FILTERS
F-101 AlB F.D. Fan Filters/Silencers 2
F-301A1B Crude Methanol Filter 2
HEAT EXCHANGERS
E-101 HDS Heat Exchanger 1
E-102 Radiant Shield Boiler 1
E-103 Steam Superheater 1
E-104 Reformer Feed Preheater 1
E-105 N.G. Feed Preheater 1
E-106 Combustion Air Preheater 1
E-107 Reformed Gas Boiler 1
E-108 H.P. BFW Heater 1
E-109 Demineralized Water Heater 1
E-110 Syngas Air Cooler 1
E-111 Prereformer Feed Preheater 1
E-112 Syngas Trim Cooler 1
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PROJECT: GTP FEASIBILITY STUDY PROJ.#: H1990720
CLIENT: SUEZ PETROCHEMICAL COMPLEX
ONE LINE EQUIPMENT LIST LOCATION: SUEZ,EGYPT
METHANOL PLANT
AREA: METHANOL
REV: 0 BY: MK DATE: 8/9/99
Item No. Description No. Remarks Rev.
HEAT EXCHANGERS (Conrd)
E-201 Interstage Cooler 1
E-301 Warm Shell Loop Interchanger 1
E·302 Saturator Water Heater 1
E-303 Loop Start-Up Heater 1
E-304 Cold Shell Loop Interchanger 1
E-305 Crude Methanol Condenser 1
E-306 Crude Methanol Trim Cooler 1
E-401 Topping Column Steam Reboiler 1
E-402 Topping Column Bottoms Cooler 1
E-403 Topping Column Reflux Condo 1
E-404 Topping Column Vent Condenser 1
E-601 Syngas Turbine Condenser 1
E-603 Stripped Condensate Cooler 1
E-604 Polishing Cooler 1
MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS
H-101 Reformer 1
H-102 Flue Gas Stack 1
J-301 Fuel Gas Eductor 1
PACKAGES
X-301 PSA Unit 1
X-601 Phosphate Dosing Set 1
X-602 Caustic Dosing Set 1
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PROJECT: GTP FEASIBILITY STUDY PROJ.#: H1990720
CLIENT: SUEZ PETROCHEMICAL COMPLEX
ONE LINE EQUIPMENT LIST LOCATION: SUEZ, EGYPT
METHANOL PLANT
AREA: METHANOL
REV: 0 BY: MK DATE: 8/9/99
Item No. Description No. Remarks Rev.
PUMPS
P-101 AlB Saturator Circulation Pump 2
P-102 AlB Process Condensate Pump 2
P-402A1B Topping Column Reflux Pump 2
P-403A1B Topping Column Bottoms Pump 2
P-601 AlB Syngas Turbine Condo Pump 2
P-603AIB Stripped Condensate Pump 2
REACTORS
R-101 Pre-Reformer 1
R-301 Methanol Converter 1
TURBINES
KST-101 F.D. Fan Turbine 1
KST-102 I.D. Fan Turbine 1
KST-201 Syngas Compressor Turbine 1
KST-301 Circulator Turbine 1
MiscellaneousTurbine 1
VESSELS
V-101 Natural Gas K.O. Drum 1
V-102 Hydrodesulfurization Vessel 1
V-104 109 Barg Steam Drum 1
V-105 Reformed Gas Separator #1 1
V-106 Reformed Gas Separator #2 1
V-201 1st Interstage Separator 1
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PROJECT: GTP FEASIBILITY STUDY PROJ.#: H1990720
CLIENT: SUEZ PETROCHEMICAL COMPLEX
ONE LINE EQUIPMENT LIST LOCATION: SUEZ, EGYPT
METHANOL PLANT
AREA: METHANOL
REV: 0 BY: MK DATE: 8/9/99
Item No.
I
Description No. Remarks Rev.
VESSELS (Cont'd)
V-301 Methanol Separator 1
V-302 Letdown Vessel 1
V-303 Loop Start-Up Heater Condensate Drum 1
V-401 Topping Column Reflux Drum 1
V-402
IToppmg Column Reboiler Condensate
1
Drum
V..s01 Boiler Blowdown Drum 1
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Single Line Equipment List
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PROJECT: GTP FEASIBILITY STUDY PROJ.#: H1990720
uop
CLIENT: SUEZ PETROCHEMICAL COMPLEX
ONE LINE EQUIPMENT LIST LOCATION: SUEZ, EGYPT
MTOPLANT
AREA: MTOPLANT
REV: 0 BY: MK DATE: 8/9/99
Item No. Description No. Remarks Rev.
BLOWERS
1065-C1 Main Air Blower 1
HEAT EXCHANGERS
1065-E1 Flue Gas Cooler 1
1065-E2 Catalyst Cooler 1
1065-E3 Reactor Product Desuperheater 1
1065-E4 Feed Superheater 1
1065-E5 Quench Tower Bottom Pumparound 1
1065-E6
luuencn lower lOP t'umparouna I nm
1
ICooler
1065-E7 Feed-Waste Water 1
1065-E8 Feed Vaporizer 1
1065-E9 Feed Stripper Reboiler 1
1065-E10 Waste Water Cooler 1
1065-E11 Waste Water Stripper Reboiler 1
1065-EA1 Quench Tower Top Pumparound Cooler 1
1
EXPANSION JOINTS 1
1065-EJ1 Regenerated Catalyst 1
1065-EJ2 Spent Catalyst 1
1065-EJ3A Recirculating Catalyst 1
1065-EJ3B RecircUlating Catalyst 1
1065-EJ4 Flue Gas (before cooler) 1
1065-EJ5 Flue Gas (after cooler) 1
FIRED HEATERS
1065-H1 Direct Fired Air Heater 1
1065-H3 Startup Heater 1
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PROJECT: GTP FEASIBILITY STUDY PROJ.#: H1990720
uop
CLIENT: SUEZ PETROCHEMICAL COMPLEX
ONE LINE EQUIPMENT LIST LOCATION: SUEZ,EGYPT
MTO PLANT
AREA: MTOPLANT
REV: 0 BY: MK DATE: 8/9/99
Item No. Description No. Remarks Rev.
FILTERS
1065-ME1 Main Air Blower Suction 1
1065-ME7 WasteWater 1
1065-ME8A Methanol Feed 1
1065-MEBB Methanol Feed 1
MISCELLANEOUS
1065-ME2 Main Air Blower Vent Silencer 1
1065-ME3 Main Air Blower Special Check Valve 1
1065-ME4 Flue Gas Stack 1
1065-ME5 Flue Gas Orifice Plates 1
1065-ME10 Reactor Feed Special Check Valve 1
1065-ME11 Catalyst Hoppers Ejector 1
1065-ME12 Reactor Stripper Steam Separator 1
1065-ME13 Steam Superheater Vent Silencer 1
DUST COLLECTORS
1065-ME6 Electrostatic Precipitator 1
DESUPERHEATERS
1065-ME9 Reactor Feed 1
PUMPS
1065-P2A Boiler Feed Water Circulation 1
1065-P2B Boiler Feed Water Circulation 1
1065-P2C Boiler Feed Water Circulation 1
1065-P2D Boiler Feed Water Circulation 1
1065-P4A Quench Tower Top Pumparound 1
1065-P4B Quench Tower Top Pumparound 1
1065-P5 Startup 1
1065-P6A Quench Tower Bottom Pumparound 1
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PROJECT: GTP FEASIBILITY STUDY PROJ.#: H1990720
uop
CLIENT: SUEZ PETROCHEMICAL COMPLEX
ONE LINE EQUIPMENT LIST LOCATION: SUEZ, EGYPT
MTO PLANT
AREA: MTO PLANT
REV: 0 BY: MK DATE: 8/9/99
Item No. Description No. Remarks Rev.
PUMPS (CONT'D)
1065-P6B Quench Tower Bottom Pumparound 1
1065-P7A Caustic Injection 1
1065-P7B Caustic Injection 1
1065-P8A Quench Tower Middle Pumparound 1
1065-P8B Quench Tower Middle Pumparound 1
1065-P9A Feed Stripper Bottoms 1
1065-P9B Feed Stripper Bottoms 1
1065-P1OA Feed Flash Drum 1
1065-P10B Feed Flash Drum 1
1065-P11A Waste Water Stripper Bottoms 1
1065-P11B Waste Water Stripper Bottoms 1
1065-P12A Sump 1
1065-P12B Sump 1
1065-P13A Slop 1
1065-P13B Slop 1
REACTOR
1065-R1 Reactor 1
1065-R2 Regenerator 1
1065-R3 Spent Catalyst Stripper 1
SLIDE VALVES
1065-SV1 Regenerated Catalyst 1
1065-5V2 Spent Catalyst 1
1065-SV3A Recirculating Catalyst 1
1065-SV3B Recirculating Catalyst 1
1065-SV4 Flue Gas 1
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PROJECT: GTP FEASIBILITY STUDY PROJ.#: H1990720
uop
CLIENT: SUEZ PETROCHEMICAL COMPLEX
ONE LINE EQUIPMENT LIST LOCATION: SUEZ, EGYPT
MTOPLANT
AREA: MTOPLANT
REV: 0 BY: MK DATE: 8/9/99
Item No. Description No. Remarks Rev.
CYCLONES
MTO Reactor 11
MTO Regenerator 2
TANKS
1065-TK1 Slop
VESSEL
1065-V1 Fresh Catalyst Storage Hopper 1
1065-V2 Equilibrium Catalyst Storage Hopper 1
1065-V3 Continuous Blowdown Drum 1
1065-V4 Intermittent Blowdown Drum 1
1065-V5 Steam Disengaging Drum 1
1065-V6 Feed Stripper 1
1065-V7 Feed Flash Drum 1
1065-V8 Quench Tower 1
1065-V9 Blow Pot 1
1065-V10 Waste Water Stripper 1
1065-V11 Caustic Injection Pot 1
1065-V12 Fuel Gas Knockout Drum 1
1065-V13 Sump Tank 1
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PROJECT: GTP FEASIBILITY STUDY PROJ.#: H1990720
uop
CLIENT: SUEZ PETROCHEMICAL COMPLEX
ONE LINE EQUIPMENT LIST LOCATION: SUEZ,EGYPT
LORP PLANT
AREA: LORP PLANT
REV: 0 BY: MK DATE: 11/9/99
Item No. Description No. Remarks Rev.
COMPRESSORS
1066-C1 MTO Product 1
1066-C2 Propylene 1
FILTERS
1066-ME1A MTO Product 1
1066-ME1B MTO Product 1
1066-ME2A Acetylene Saturation 1
1066-ME2B Acetylene Saturation 1
HEAT EXCHANGERS
1066-E1 Interstage Cooler No 1 1
1066-E2 Interstage Cooler No 2 1
1066-E3 Interstage Cooler No 3 1
1066-E4 DME Stripper Reboiler 1
1066-E5 DME Stripper Bottoms Cooler 1
1066-E6 Wash Water Exchanger
1
1066-E7 Wash Water Cooler
1
1066-E8 Methanol Absorber Effluent Cooler
1
1066-E9 Drier Feed Chiller
1
1066-E10 Regenerant Heater 1
1066-E11 Regenerant Cooler 1
1066-E12 Deethanizer Feed Chiller 1
1066-E13 Deethanizer Condenser 1
1066-E14 Deethanizer Reboiler 1
1066-E15 Acetylene Saturation Feed-Effluent 1
1066-E16 Acetylene Saturation Feed Heater 1
1066-E17 Makeup Gas Cooler 1
1066-E18 Net Gas Exchanger 1
1066-E19 Ethane Product Exchanger 1
1066-E20 Demethanizer Feed Chiller 1
1066-E21 Demethanizer Condenser 1
1066-E22 Demethanizer Reboiler 1
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PROJECT: GTP FEASIBILITY STUDY PROJ.#: H1990720
uop
CLIENT: SUEZ PETROCHEMICAL COMPLEX
ONE LINE EQUIPMENT LIST LOCATION: SUEZ, EGYPT
LORP PLANT
AREA: LORP PLANT
REV: 0 BY: MK DATE: 11/9/99
Item No. Description No. Remarks Rev.
HEAT EXCHANGERS (CONTD)
1066-E23 Ethane/Ethylene Splitter Condenser 1
1066-E24 Ethane/Ethylene Splitter Reboiler 1
1066-E25 Depropanizer Condenser 1
1066-E26 Depropanizer Reboiler 1
1066-E27 Debutanizer Feed-Effluent 1
1066-E28 Debutanizer Condenser 1
1066-E29 Debutanizer Reboiler 1
1066-E30 Debutanizer Bottoms Cooler 1
1066-E31 Propane/Propylene Splitter Condenser 1
1066-E32 Propane/Propylene Splitter Reboiler 1
1066-E33 Propane Vaporizer 1
1066-E34 Propylene Condenser 1
1066-E35 Surface Condenser No 1 1
1066-E36 Surface Condenser No 2 1
87D-E1 Regenerant Steam Superheater 1
87D-E2 Regenerant Electric Superheater 1
87D-E3 Regenerant Cooler 1
MISCELLANEOUS
1066-ME3 MTO Product Driers Ejector 1
1066-ME4 Acetylene Saturation Ejector
1
1066-ME5 C2 and C3 Splitters Ejector
1
1066-ME6 Propylene Compressor Ejector
1
PACKAGES
1066-ME7 Ethylene Recovery PSA Unit 1
1
PUMPS
1066-P1A Interstage Condensate 1
1066-P1B Interstage Condensate 1
1066-P2A Surface Condenser Condensate No 1 1
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PROJECT: GTP FEASIBILITY STUDY PROJ.#: H1990720
uop
CLIENT: SUEZ PETROCHEMICAL COMPLEX
ONE LINE EQUIPMENT LIST LOCATION: SUEZ, EGYPT
LORP PLANT
AREA: LORPPLANT
REV: 0 BY: MK DATE: 11/9/99
Item No. Description No. Remarks Rev.
PUMPS (CONT'D)
1
1066-P2B Surface Condenser Condensate No 1 1
1066-P3A Surface Condenser Condensate No 2
1066-P3B Surface Condenser Condensate No 2 1
1066-P4A DME Stripper Charge 1
1066-P4B DME Stripper Charge 1
1066-P5A Methanol Booster 1
1066-P5B Methanol Booster 1
1066-P6A First Stage Caustic Circulation 1
1066-P6B First Stage Caustic Circulation 1
1066-P7 Second Stage Caustic Circulation 1
1066-P8A Water Circulation 1
1066-P8B Water Circulation 1
1066-P9A Caustic Injection 1
1066-P9B Caustic Injection 1
1066-P10A Water Injection 1
1066-P10B Water Injection 1
1066-P14A Deethanizer Bottoms 1
1066-P14B Deethanizer Bottoms 1
1066-P15A Ethane/Ethylene Splitter Overhead 1
1066-P15B Ethane/Ethylene Splitter Overhead 1
1066-P16A Depropanizer Overhead 1
1066-P16B Depropanizer Overhead 1
1066-P17A Debutanizer Overhead 1
1066-P17B Debutanizer Overhead 1
1066-P18A Propane/Propylene Splitter Overhead 1
1066-P18B Propane/Propylene Splitter Overhead 1
1066-P19A Propylene Compressor Suction Drum 1
1066-P19B Propylene Compressor Suction Drum 1
REACTORS
1066-R1 Acetylene Saturation 1
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PROJECT: GTP FEASIBILITY STUDY PROJ.#: H1990720
uop
CLIENT: SUEZ PETROCHEMICAL COMPLEX
ONE LINE EQUIPMENT LIST LOCATION: SUEZ, EGYPT
LORP PLANT
AREA: LORP PLANT
REV: 0 BY: MK DATE: 11/9/99
Item No. Description No. Remarks Rev.
TURBINES
1066-T1 MTO Product Compressor
1
1066-T2 Propylene Refrigerant Compressor
1
VESSELS
1066-V1 First Stage Suction Drum 1
1066-V2 Second Stage Suction Drum 1
1066-V3 Third Stage Suction Drum 1
1066-V5 DME Stripper Charge Drum 1
1066-V6 DME Stripper 1
1066-V7 Water Wash Column 1
1066-V8 DME Absorber 1
1066-V9 Methanol Absorber 1
1066-V10 Methanol Absorber Knockout Pot 1
1066-V11 Caustic Scrubber 1
1066-V12 Caustic Scrubber Knockout Pot 1
1066-V13 Caustic Injection Tank 1
1066-V14 Water Injection Tank 1
1066-V15A MTO Product Drier 1
1066-V15B MTO Product Drier 1
1066-V16 Regenerant Knockout Pot 1
1066-V17 Guard Drier 1
1066-V18 Deethanizer 1
1066-V19 Deethanizer Receiver 1
1066-V20 Demethanizer 1
1066-V21 Ethane/Ethylene Splitter 1
1066-V22 Ethane/Ethylene Splitter Receiver 1
1066-V23 Depropanizer 1
1066-V24 Depropanizer Receiver 1
1066-V25 Debutanizer 1
1066-V26 Debutanizer Receiver 1
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PROJECT: GTP FEASIBILITY STUDY PROJ.#: H1990720
uop
CLIENT: SUEZ PETROCHEMICAL COMPLEX
ONE LINE EQUIPMENT LIST LOCATION: SUEZ, EGYPT
LORP PLANT
AREA: LORP PLANT
REV: 0 BY: MK DATE: 11/9/99
Item No.
I
Description No. Remarks Rev.
VESSELS (CONTD)
1066-V27 Propane/Propylene Splitter 1
1066-V28 Propane/Propylene Splitter Receiver 1
1066-V29 Propylene Compressor Suction Drum No 1 1
1066-V30 Propylene Compressor Suction Drum No 2 1
1066-V31 Propylene Compressor Suction Drum No 3 1
1066-V32 Propylene Compressor Suction Drum No 4 1
1066-V33 Propylene Surge Drum 1
87o-V1A Oxygenate Absorber 1
87o-V1B Oxygenate Absorber 1
87o-V1C Oxygenate Absorber 1
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Overview Equipment List
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Polyethylene
System Equipment
Ethylene Purification System Guard Beds
Comonomer Purification System Degassing Equipment
Guard Beds
Nitrogen Purification System Guard Beds
Hydrogen Purification System Guard Beds
Reaction System Reactor
Cycle Gas Blower
Cycle Gas Cooler
Catalyst Feeder
Product Discharge
Resin Degassing Product Purge System
Rotary Feeder
Screener
Vent Recovery Condensers
Separators
Compressor

Resin Additive Handling Hoppers
Blender
Feeders
Tank
Pelleting Continuous Mixer
Melt Pump
Pelleter
Pelleter Cycle Water System
Pellet Dryer
Conveying System
Packaging System BaggingIPalletizing Packages

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Polypropylene
System Equipment
Propylene Purification System Degassing Equipment
Guard Beds
Reaction SystemNo. I Reactor
Cycle Gas Blower
Cycle Gas Cooler
Catalyst Feeder
Product Discharge
Reaction SystemNo.2 Reactor
Cycle Gas Blower
Cycle Gas Cooler
Resin Transfer System
Product Discharge
Resin Degassing Product Purge System
Rotary Feeder
Vent Recovery Condensers
Recovery Column

Compressor
Resin Additive Handling Hopper
Blender
Feeder
Tank
Pelleting Continuous Mixer
Melt Pump
Pelleter
Pelleter Cycle Water System
Pellet Dryer
Pellet Screener
Packaging System Bagging/Palletizing Packages




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7.4 Utilities/Offsites
Single Line Equipment List
Section 7 Page 20
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Kvaerner Process
PROJECT: GTP FEASIBILITY STUDY PROJ.#: H1990720
uop
CLIENT: SUEZ PETROCHEMICAL COMPLEX
ONE LINE EQUIPMENT LIST LOCATION: SUEZ, EGYPT
UTILITIES/OFFSITES
AREA: UTIL1TI ES/OFFSITES
REV: PO BY: HLB DATE: 10/5/99
Item No. Description No. Remarks Rev.
AGITATORS
Raw Water Treatment System
Y-U101 Sodium Sulfite Agitator
1
Part of Package X-U105
HP Boiler/Deaerator
Y-U500 Phosphate Tank Agitator
1
Part of Package X-U504
Y-U505 Morpholine Tank Agitator
1
Part of Package X-U505
Y-U506 Hydrazine Tank Agitator
1
Part of Package X-U506
BLOWERS
Condensate Treatment
K-U501 AlB Regeneration Blower 2 Part of Package X-U507
Plant & Sanitary Wastewater Treatment
K-U800AlB Aeration Blower 2 Part of Package X-U800
Flare Systems
K-U900 Cryogenic Flare Air Blower 1 Part of Package X-U901
TURBINES
BFW Treatment System
PST-U501 HP Boiler Feed Water Pump Turbine 1
Electrical Generator
GST-U701 Power Generating Steam Turbine 1
COMPRESSORS
Instrument Air/Plant Air Compressor
K-U701 AlB/C Air Compressor 3 Part of Package X-U701
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Kvaerner Process
PROJECT: GTP FEASIBILITY STUDY PROJ.#: H1990720
uop
CLIENT: SUEZ PETROCHEMICAL COMPLEX
ONE LINE' EQUIPMENT LIST LOCATION: SUEZ, EGYPT
UTILITIES/OFFSITES
AREA: UTILITIES/OFFSITES
REV: PO BY: HLB DATE: 10/5/99
Item No. Description No. Remarks Rev.
FILTERS
Raw Water Treating
Y-U106A1B RawWater Filter
2
Seawater Cooling
Y-U200AlB Seawater Strainer
2
MTO Byproduct Water Treating
Y-U400AlB Organic Trap Filter
2
Instrument AirlPlant Air Compressor
Y-U701 AlBIC Inlet Air Filter
3
Part of Package X-U700
Y-U702 AlBIC Dryer Pre-filter
3
Part of Package X-U701
Y-U703 AlBIC Dryer After-filter
3
Part of Package X-U701
HEAT EXCHANGERS
Seawater Cooling System
E-U200 A-G Seawater I Fresh Water Exchanger 7
Potable Water System
E-U300 Potable Water Cooler 1
Electric Generator
E-U701 Power Generating Surface Condenser 1
Instrument AirlPlant Air Compressor
E-U702 AlBIC Intercooler 3 Part of Package X-U700
E-U703 AlBIC Aftercooler with KO pot 3 Part of Package X-U700
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PROJECT: GTP FEASIBILITY STUDY PROJ.#: H1990720
uop
CLIENT: SUEZ PETROCHEMICAL COMPLEX
ONE LINE EQUIPMENT LIST LOCATION: SUEZ, EGYPT
UTILITIES/OFFSITES
AREA: UTILITIES/OFFSITES
REV: PO BY: HLB DATE: 10/5/99
Item No. Description No. Remarks Rev.
MISCELLANEOUS
Raw Water Treatment System
ME-U102 Raw Water Chlorinator
1
Part of Package X-U101
ME-U103 Raw Water Chlorinator Eductor
1
Part of Package X-U101
ME-U107 AlB Water Softener
2
Part of Package X-U112
ME-U108 Salt Dissolving Sump
1
ME-U110AlB Reverse Osmosis Membranes
2
Part of Package X-U109
ME-U115AlB Mixed Bed Polisher
2
Part of Package X-U114
ME-U117 RO Polisher Membranes
1
Part of Package X-U116
Seawater Cooling
ME-U200AlB Seawater Suction Screen
2
Potable Water System
ME-U305 Potable Water Chlorinator
1
Part of Package X-U304
ME-U306 Potable Water Chlorinator Eductor
1
Part of Package X-U304
ME-U401 AlB Organic Trap
2
Part of Package X-U409
ME-U402A1B Pressurized Bubble Contactor
2
Part of Package X-U400
ME-U403 Thickener
1
ME-U404A1B Fluidized Bed Reactor
2
Part of Package X-U400
ME-U406A1B Reverse Osmosis Membranes
2
Part of Package X-U405
ME-U407 Oxygen PSA Unit
1
Part of Package X-U400
ME-U408 Drying Beds
1
Condensate Treatment System
ME-U510AlB Condensate Polisher
2
Part of Package X-U507
HP Boiler I Deaerator
ME-U500 Deaerator
1
ME-U501 107 Barg Steam Desuperheater
1
ME-U503A1B HP Boiler
2
Part of Package X-U502
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PROJECT: GTP FEASIBILITY STUDY PROJ.#: H1990720
uop
CLIENT: SUEZ PETROCHEMICAL COMPLEX
ONE LINE EQUIPMENT LIST LOCATION: SUEZ,EGYPT
UTILITIES/OFFSITES
AREA: UTILITIES/OFFSITES
REV: PO BY: HLB DATE: 10/5/99
Item No. Description No. Remarks Rev.
MISCELLANEOUS (CONrD)
HP Boiler I Deaerator (Cont'd)
ME-U508 42.8 Barg Steam Desuperheater
1
ME-U509 27.8 Barg Steam Desuperheater
1
Cryogenic Nitrogen System
ME-U601 Nitrogen Generator
1
Part of Package X-U600
Instrument Air Dryer System
ME-U704 AlBIC Air Dryers
3
Part of Package X-U701
Plant & Sanitary Wastewater Treatment
ME-U801 Dry Chlorine Feeder
1
Part of Package X-U800
ME-U802 Sewage Treatment Plant
1
Part of Package X-U800
ME-U803 Dissolved Air Flotation Unit
1
Part of Package X-U804
ME-U805 Waste Water Facultative Pond
1
Sumps
ME-U813 Process Sump- Methanol Unit
1
ME-U814 Process Sump- MTO Unit
1
ME-U815 Process Sump- PEIPP Unit
1
ME-U816 Process Sump- Utilities Area
1
ME-U817 Process Sump- Storage Area
1
Flare Systems
ME-U902 Main Flare Stack
1
Part of Package X-U900
ME-U903 Main Flare Ignition System
1
Part of Package X-U900
ME-U904 Cryogenic Flare Stack
1
Part of Package X-U901
ME-U905 Cryogenic Flare Ignition System
1
Part of Package X-U901
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PROJECT: GTP FEASIBILITY STUDY PROJ.#: H1990720
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CLIENT: SUEZ PETROCHEMICAL COMPLEX
ONE LINE EQUIPMENT LIST LOCATION: SUEZ, EGYPT
UTILITIES/OFFSITES
AREA: UTI L1TI ES/OFFSITES
REV: PO BY: HLB DATE: 10/5/99
Item No. Description No. Remarks Rev.
PACKAGES
Raw Water Treatment System
X-U101 Raw Water Chlorination Package
-
Includes Items ME-U102 & ME-U103
X-U105 Sodium Sulfite Addition Package
1
Includes Items V-U101, Y-U101 & P-U101 AlB
X-U109 Reverse Osmosis Treatment Package
-
Includes Items ME-U110 AlB & P-U106 AlB
X-U112 Water Softener Package
-
Includes Items ME-U107 AlB & P-U107 AlB
X-U114 Mixed Bed Package
-
Includes Items ME-U115 AlB & P-U113 AlB
X-U116 RO Polishing Package
-
Includes Items ME-U117 & P-U118 AlBIC
Cooling Water System
X-U201 Electrolitic Chlorinator Package
1
Potable Water System
X-U304 Potable Water Chlorination Package
-
Includes Items ME-U305 & ME-U306.
MTO Water Treating System
X-U400 Biological Treatment Package
-
Includes Items ME-U402 AlB , ME-U404 AlB,
ME-U407, P-U403 AlB & P-U404 AlBIC.
X-U405 MTO Reverse Osmosis Package Includes Items ME-U406 AlB & P-U405 AlB.
X-U409 Organic Trap Package
-
Includes Items ME-U401 AlB
HP Boiler System
X-U502 HP Boiler Package Includes items ME-U503 AlB.
X-U504 Phosphate Package
-
Includes items V-U502, Y-U500 & P-U504 AlB.
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CLIENT: SUEZ PETROCHEMICAL COMPLEX
ONE LINE EQUIPMENT LIST LOCATION: SUEZ,EGYPT
UTILITIESIOFFSITES
AREA: UTI L1TI ES/OFFSITES
REV: PO BY: HLB DATE: 10/5/99
Item No. Description No. Remarks Rev.
PACKAGES (CONTO)
Oeaerator System
X-U505 Morpholine Dosing Package Includes items V-U505, Y-U505 & P-U505 NB.
X-U506 Hydrazine Dosing Package Includes items V-U506, Y-U506 & P-U506 NB.
Condensate Treatment System
X-U507 Condensate Polisher Package
-
Includes Items ME-U510 NB , K-U501 NB &
P-U512NB.
Nitrogen Generation System
X-U60D Cryogenic Nitrogen Package
-
Includes Item ME-U601.
Instrument Air 1Plant Air Compressor
X-U7DD Air Package
-
Includes Items K-U701 NB/C, Y-U701 NB/C,
ME-U704 NB/C, E-U702 NB/C & E-U703 NB/C.
Instrument Air Dryer System
X-U701 Air Dryer Package
-
Includes Items ME-U704 NB/C, Y-U702 NB/C &
Y-U7D3 NB/C.
Plant & Sanitary Wastewater Treating
X-U80D Sanitary Sewage Treatment Package Includes Items ME-U801, ME-U802 & K-U8DD NB.
X-U804 Dissolved Air Flotation Package Includes Items ME-U803, P-U800 NB & P-U801 NB.
Flare Systems
X-U9DD Main Flare Package
-
Includes Items ME-U9D2 & ME-U903.
X-U901 Cryogenic Flare Package Includes Items ME-U904, ME-U905 & K-U900.
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CLIENT: SUEZ PETROCHEMICAL COMPLEX
ONE LINE EQUIPMENT LIST LOCATION: SUEZ, EGYPT
UTILITIES/OFFSITES
AREA: UTILITIES/OFFSITES
REV: PO BY: HLB DATE: 10/5/99
Item No. Description No. Remarks Rev.
PUMPS
Raw Water Treatment System
P-U101 NB Sodium Sulfite Pump 2 Part of Package X-U105
P-U102NB Plant Water Supply Pump 2
P-U106NB/C Reverse Osmosis Feed Pump 3 Part of Package X-U109
P-U107 NB Regeneration Pump 2 Part of Package X-U112
P-U113NB Acid Regeneration Pump 2 Part of Package X-U114
P-U118NB/C Treated Water RO Feed Pump 3 Part of Package X-U116
Firewater System
P-U103NB Diesel Firewater Pump 2
P-U104 Electric Firewater Pump 1
P-U105NB Firewater Jockey Pumps 2
P-U108NB Firewater Diesel Fuel Pump 2
Seawater Cooling System
P-U201 NB/C Seawater Supply Pump 3
P-U203NB Seawater Diesel Fuel Pump 2
P-U204NB/C Fresh Cooling Water Pump 3
Potable Water System
P-U300NB Potable Water Pump 2
MTO Byproduct Water Treating
P-U401 NB Organic Trap Feed Pump 2
P-U407 NB Mixed Bed Polisher Feed Pump 2
P-U403NB Fludization Pump 2 Part of Package X-U400
P-U404NB/C Recycle Pump 3 Part of Package X-U400
P-U405NB/C Reverse Osmosis Feed Pump 3 Part of Package X-U405
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CLIENT: SUEZ PETROCHEMICAL COMPLEX
ONE LINE EQUIPMENT LIST LOCATION: SUEZ,EGYPT
UTILITIES/OFFSITES
AREA: UTI L1TI ES/OFFSITES
REV: PO BY: HLB DATE: 10/5/99
Item No. Description No. Remarks Rev.
PUMPS (CONT'D)
BFW Treating System
P-U510 Neutralization Mixing & Transfer Pump 1
P-U512AlB Caustic Regeneration Pump 2 Part of Package X-U507
P-U513AlB BFWTransfer Pump 2
HP BoilerlDeaerator
P-U501 AlB HHP Boiler Feedwater Pump 2
P-U502 AlBIC HP Boiler Feedwater Pump 3
P-U503A1B Condensate Flash Drum Pump 2
P-U504 AlB/C Phosphate Pump 3 Part of Package X-U504
P-U505A1B Morpholine Pump 2 Part of Package X-U505
P-U506A1B Hydrazine Pump 2 Part of Package X-US06
Storage Area
P-U600AlB Debutanizer Bottoms Fuel Pump 2
P-U601 AlB Methanol Feed Pump 2
P-U602A1B Hexene Comonomer Charge Pump 2
P-U603A1B Ethylene Feed Pump 2
P-U604A1B Propylene Charge Pump 2
P-U605A1B Butane Comonomer Charge Pump 2
Electric Generator
PU701 AlB GST Condensate Return Pump 2
Plant & Sanitary Wastewater Treatment
P-U800AlB Slops Removal Pump 2 Part of Package X-U804
P-U801 AlB Recirculation/Aeration Pump 2 Part of Package X-U804
Sumps
P-U802A1B Methanol Area Sump Pump 2
P-U803A1B MTO Process Area Sump Pump 2
P-U804A1B PEIPP Process Area Sump Pump 2
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CLIENT: SUEZ PETROCHEMICAL COMPLEX
ONE LINE EQUIPMENT LIST LOCATION: SUEZ,EGYPT
UTILITIES/OFFSITES
AREA: UTILITIES/OFFSITES
REV: PO BY: HLB DATE: 10/5/99
Item No. Description No. Remarks Rev.
PUMPS (CONrD)
Sumps (Cont'd)
P-U805A1B Utilities Area Sump Pump 2
P-U806A1B Storage Area Sump Pump 2
Flare System
P-U900 Main K.O. Drum Transfer Pump 1
VESSELS
Raw Water Treatment System
V-U101 Sodium Sulfite Tank 1 Part of Package X-U105
Firewater System
V-U103 Plant Water & Firewater Storage Tank 1
V-U104 Firewater Diesel Fuel Storage Tank 1
Seawater Cooling System
V-U200 Fresh Cooling Water Drum 1
V-U201 Seawater Diesel Fuel Tank 1
Potable Water System
V-U300 Potable Water Storage Tank 1
MTO Byproduct Water Treating
V-U401 Clearwell 1
V-U403 Mixed Bed Polisher Surge Tank 1
BFW Treating System
V-U501 Condensate Flash Drum 1
V-U51 0 Acid Storage Tank 1
V-U511 Caustic Storage Tank 1
V-U512 Neutralization Tank 1
V-U513 Boiler Feed Water Tank 1
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PROJECT: GTP FEASIBILITY STUDY PROJ.#: H1990720
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CLIENT: SUEZ PETROCHEMICAL COMPLEX
ONE LINE EQUIPMENT LIST LOCATION: SUEZ, EGYPT
UTILITIES/OFFSITES
AREA: UTILITIES/OFFSITES
REV: PO BY: HLB DATE: 10/5/99
Item No. Description No. Remarks Rev.
VESSELS (CONrD)
HP Boiler I Deaerator
V-U500 HP Boiler Blowdown Drum 1
V-U502 Phosphate Tank 1
Part of Package X-U504
V-U505 Morpholine Tank 1
Part of Package X-U505
V-U506 Hydrazine Tank 1
Part of Package X-U506
Nitrogen Generation System
V-U600 Nitrogen Surge Drum 1
Instrument/Plant Air System
V-U700 Instrument Air Receiver 1
V-U701 Plant Air Receiver 1
Flare Systems
V-U900 Main Flare K.O. Drum 1
V-U901 Cryogenic Flare K.O. Drum 1
Storage Tanks
TK-101 Crude Methanol Storage Tank 1
TK-102 AlBIC Ethylene Storage Tank 3
TK-103 AlBIC Propylene Storage Tank 3
TK-104 Butene-1 Storage Sphere 1
TK-105 Hexene Storage Tank 1
TK-106 Debutanizer Bottoms Storage Tank 1
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8. Preliminary Site Plan
Section 8 Page 1
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9. Preliminary Plot Plans
Section 9 Page 1
June, 2000


Preliminary plot plans are included only in the confidential version ofthe feasibility study
report.
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The following buildings have been included in the scope of the Suez Petrochemical
Complex Gas to Polymers facility:
Administration Building
A single story building, approx. 40m wide x 60m long x 5m high, to provide office
space for the facility administration staff.
Main Gate Guard House
A single story building, approx. 5m wide x 10m long x 3m high, to provide guard
housing at the main gate.
Stores Warehouse/Maintenance Building
A single story building, approx. 60m wide x 75m long x 5m high, to provide storage
space for spare parts and to provide a maintenance shop area for minor repairs.
Firehouse/Clinic Building
A single story building, approx. 20m wide x 30m long x 5m high, to provide a
parking area for emergency vehicles and a treatment area for minor first aid cases.
Electrical Substation Building
A single story building, approx. 25m wide x 25m long x 705m high, to house the
facility electrical switchgear. The electrical power transformers will be located in an
outdoors area immediately adjacent to the building.
Control Room/Laboratory
A single story control room/laboratory, approx. 30m wide x 50m long x 5m high, to
provide facilities for the plant operations staff. , The building also includes a
laboratory for the testing offeedstocks and products for the facility.
Remote I/O Buildings(RIB' s)
A total of four RIB's have been included within the facility scope. One RIB will be
located in each of the three process plants, the remaining RIB will be located in the
Offsite/Utility area These purpose built buildings will serve as DCS I/O
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12. Procurement Plan
12.1 Procurement Strategy
12.2 International Transportation Logistics
12.3 Preliminary Host Country Logistics Plan
12.4 Host Country & Middle East Suppliers
12.5 Potential U.S. Suppliers
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One of the keys to success for a project is the planning and control of
materials from their inception in engineering through to site installation. A
prime procurement motivation is 'Buy Early' to insure that vendor data
does not drive the design schedule, and materials availability does not
drive the construction schedule.
The approach to procurement services for the Suez Petrochemical Complex
will be to purchase equipment and materials on a worldwide basis in
accordance with project specifications, complete with Supplier Certificates,
schedule and in compliance with the project Approved Manufacturer's List
developed for the project.
During the initial phase of the project a procurement strategy will be
developed to address the following critical areas:
• Construction Contracts Strategy plan, this will set the framework for the
various inquiry/contract packages and drive the design engineering and
procurement effort to meeting the key dates in the overall project
schedule.
• Identification of long lead equipment and critical vendor data to insure
that the lead times are incorporated into the project schedule.
• Identification of supplier representative support requirements to
construction and/or commissioning/start-up.
• Analyze logistics to identify the optimum methods and routes of
transportation.
During the course ofthe project, the following procurement activities will be
undertaken:
• Solicit quotations, make appropriate recommendations, negotiate with
the successful vendor, award and issue purchase orders for equipment
and/or materials to be purchased.
• Purchase at optimum cost consistent with quality and performance
required.
• Implement procedures for the purchasing of construction contingency
spare parts at the time of placement of the purchase order to reduce the
capital cost ofthe facility.

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• Process all purchase orders through to final invoice.
• Utilize pro-active expediting via both in-house and in-plant presence to
ensure timely delivery ofvendor data and materials.
• Monitor manufacture or fabrication and provide early warning of
possible delays to insure that pro-active corrective action can be taken.
• Ensure that Vendor's documentation is received in accordance with the
Purchase Order requirements to meet the project program.
• Develop an inspection plan to determine the level of inspection for all
equipment and materials. For critical items, pre-inspection meetings
will be conducted at the manufacturer's facility. The purpose of such
meetings will be to review the project specifications, inspection criteria,
the manufacturer's quality program and to establish the required
inspection hold points.

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The project will utilize the services of a worldwide Freight Forwarder to insure
that all equipment and materials will be transported to the appropriate port of
exportation and/or marshalling area(s). The Contractor working in conjunction
with the Freight Forwarder will interface with a Host Country Freight Forwarder
to insure all required documentation has been prepared to expedite customs
clearance and subsequent delivery of equipment and materials to the project site.
Shipping Plans
As soon as weights, sizes, countries of origin, destinations and delivery dates are
identified, the requirements will be reviewed against possible transportation
routes and a Shipping Plan will be drawn up. Size and weight limitations,
transportation, time span and any problem areas will be determined to identify
equipment for which rigging and spreader beams may be required for handling
and transportation.
Packing Instructions
Packing Instructions will be prepared and issued as part ofthe purchase order to
ensure that the equipment and materials are suitably protected during lifting,
transport and storage.
Transportation Procedures
The Contractor will be responsible for the coordination of all inland, air and ocean
transportation. In order to control the shipment of materials and/or equipment, the
Contractor will purchase all materials and equipment 'Ex Works' (i.e. Loaded) at
the manufacturer's facilities. This approach will allow for maximum control,
resulting in schedules being maintained and cost savings for the project.
Freight Forwarding Management
The use of a Freight Forwarder will provide a single point contact for the
shipment ofmaterials and equipment. The Freight Forwarder will coordinate with
the Contractor for all movements from the manufacturer's and/or suppliers
facilities to a marshaling area at the port of export. The progress of each shipment
will be monitored to ensure timely and safe delivery to the project site.
The Freight Forwarder will utilize regular liner service and where applicable,
Charter/Part Charter to deliver equipment and materials to Egypt in accordance
with the project schedule. The preferred port of call for carriers will be the port of
Ain EL Sokhna, due to its proximity to the project site.

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Marshaling Plans
All equipment and materials will be delivered to a Marshaling area at the port(s)
of export to facilitate export boxing/crating and preservation as required. Once
export crating is completed all goods will then be consolidated. It is proposed to
maximize the use of containerization and/or flat racks where possible in the event
equipment and materials will be shipped on liner service.
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Host Country Freight Forwarder
Section 12 Page 6
June, 2000


The Contractor and the Freight Forwarder will coordinate with a Host Country
Freight Forwarder to ensure the timely customs clearance of equipment and
materials and to ensure that any duties/tax arrangements that the Client has
negotiated with the local authorities are adhered to.
In-Country Transport
The Host Country Freight Forwarder will be responsible to coordinate
with an in-country transport carrier for the transportation of equipment and
materials from the port of entry to the project site.
Route Survey
The Host Country Freight Forwarder will be responsible for the production
of a route survey from the portes) of entry. The purpose of the survey will
be to identify all potential hazards, e.g. bridges, power lines etc. on the
routes from the port(s) of entry to the project site. The survey will need to
be carried out as soon as shipping weights/sizes have been identified to
insure that all required changes are carried out in a timely manner.
Materials Receipt
Materials receipt is the responsibility ofthe Contractor and all boxes/packing
cases etc. will be opened and examined on site, in accordance with the appropriate
Project Procedure prior to being entered into the system as received.
Preservation and Storage
All materials and equipment will be stored in accordance with the
appropriate Project Procedure or the Vendor's recommendations. Records
will be maintained of all preservation requirements and any periodic
actions that are needed during the storage phase will be logged and
monitored to ensure that they are carried out.

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Section 12 Page 7
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The following provides an indication of potential Egyptian and Middle
Eastern suppliers for the Suez Petrochemical Complex GTP Facility.


Electrical Equipment
Heat Exchangers
Merlin Gerin Dre Branch
3 Nahda Street
Nasrcity
1
st
Zone
Cairo
Egypt
Saudi Electrics
Balbala
Corner of Baladya & Binzagar Street
Jeddah
Schneider Electric Ltd
PO Box 43103
Abu Dhabi
UAE
Group Scheider
Industrial City No.2
PO Box 42472
Riyadh 11541
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Ferrometalco
Ismai1ia Desert Road
Heliopolis
Cairo
Egypt
Belleli Saudi Heavy Industries Ltd
PO Box 10138
Jubai1 Industrial City 31961
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Balcke-Durr Abu Dhai
PO Box 8865
Abu Dhabi
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Instrumentation
Pipe Fabrication
Steel
Valves
Section 12 Page 8
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Dresser AI Rushaid Valve & Instr.
PO Box 10145
Jubail Industrial City 31961
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
ABB Arescon EC
Building 175, Road 4304, Area 343
Mina Sulman Industrial Estate
PO Box 2774
Manama
Ferrometalco
Ismailia Desert Road
Heliopolis
Cairo
Egypt
Saudi Iron & Steel Company
Madinat AI- Jubail
Al - Sinaiyah 31961
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Ferrometalco
Ismailia Desert Road
Heliopolis
Cairo·
Egypt
Keystone Saudi Inc.
PO Box 1017
Damman 31431
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
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Ferrometalco
Ismailia Desert Road
Heliopolis
Cairo
Egypt
Belleli Saudi Heavy Industries Ltd
PO Box 10138
Jubail Industrial City 31961
Kingdom of Saudi Arabia
Deutsche Babcock Services Company
PO Box 8865
Mussafah
Abu Dhabi

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Section 12 Page 10
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The following summarizes the potential U.S. suppliers of major equipment
items for the Suez Petrochemical Complex GTP Facility.
General Major Equipment Items


Columns
Heat Exchangers
PMSC-IRBY Steel
14472 Creosote Road
Gulfport, MS 39501
Tel.: 601-863-7733
Fax: 601-863-7861
Tex-Fab Inc.
P.O. Box 40508
Houston, TX 77240
Tel.: 281-373-0855
Fax: 281-373-0855
General Welding Works Inc.
6800 Old Katy Road
Houston, TX 77024
Tel.: 713-869-6401
Fax: 713-869-5405
Southern Heat Exchanger
6100 Old Montgomery Hwy.
Tuscaloosa, AL 35405
Tel.: 205-345-5335
Fax: 205-345-0009
Steeltek Inc.
602 W. 41
st
Street
Tulsa, OK 74107
Tel.: 918-446-4001
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Pumps
Storage Tanks
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Ingersoll Dresser Pump
6840 Wynnwood Lane
Houston, TX 77008
Tel.: 713-803-4400
Fax: 713-803-4499
Flowserve Rotating Equipment Division
4214 Bluebonnet Drive
Stafford, TX 77477
Tel.: 281-240-4120
Fax: 281-240-5182
Pitt-Des Moines Inc.
10200 Grogan's Mill Road, Ste. 300
The Woodlands, TX 77380
Tel.: 281-774-2200
Fax: 281-774-2201
Chicago Bridge & Iron
8900 Fairbank N. Houston
Houston, TX 77064
Tel.: 713-896-2989
Fax: 713-466-1259
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Vessels
Control Valves
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Tex-Fab Inc.
P.O. Box 40508
Houston, TX 77240
TeL: 281-373-0855
Fax: 281-373-5317
General Welding Works Inc.
6800 Old Katy Road
Houston, TX 77024
TeL: 713-869-6401
Fax: 713-869-5405
Freeport Welding & Fabricating Inc.
211 East 8
th
Freeport, TX 77541
TeL: 800-560-0121
Fax: 409-233-0349
Fisher Controls
4230 Greenbriar Dr.
Stafford, TX 77477
TeL: 281-240-2000
Fax: 281-274-6419
ValtekInc.
1243 Nations Ford Road
Charlotte, NC 28217
TeL: 704-588-3040
Fax: 704-588-3104
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Transmitters
Control Systems
Honeywell Inc USA
8440 Westglen Drive
Houston, TX 77063
Tel.: 713-780-6500
Fax: 713-780-6684
Fisher-Rosemount
9110-F Perimeter Woods Drive
Charlotte, NC 28216
Tel.: 704-598-5660
Fax: 704-598-5681
Honeywell Inc USA
8440 Westglen Drive
Houston, TX 77063
Tel.: 713-780-6500
Fax: 713-780-6684
Fisher-Rosemount Systems Inc
4230 Greenbriar
Stafford, TX 77477
Tel.: 281-274-1850
Fax: 281-274-1839
Moore Products Inc
520 Clanton Road, Ste. B-1
Charlotte, NC 28217
Tel.: 704-523-7355
Fax: 704-525-3432
Bently Nevada Corporation
7651 Airport Blvd.
Houston, TX 77061
Tel.: 713-640-1111
Fax: 713-640-1180
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General Electric Company
37 Villa Road, #412
Greenville, SC 29615
Tel.: 803-241-3001
Fax: 803-241-3005
ABB
121 Woody Creek Road
Greer, SC 29650
Tel.: 803-244-9635
Fax: 803-244-9634
Westinghouse
25 Woods Lake Road, Ste. 314
Greenville, SC 29607
Tel.: 803-233-8270
Fax: 803-298-5692
Allen Bradley
835 Hillcrest Drive
Charleston, WV 25311
Tel.: 304-348-5211
Fax: 304-348-4922
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This information is included only in the confidential version of the
feasibility study report.
MTO Specific Equipment Items
This information is included only m the confidential verSIOn of the
feasibility study report.
Polyolefins Specific Equipment Items
This information is included only in the confidential verSIOn of the
feasibility study report.
OffsitefUtility Specific Equipment Items
This information is included only in the confidential verSIon of the
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13. Cost Estimates
13.1 Breakdown by General Categories
13.2 Explanation of Methodology
13.3 Fixed Operating Requirement
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13.1 Breakdown by General Categories
Introduction
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The total estimated installed cost for the Suez Petrochemical Complex Gas to
Polymers (GTP) Facility is broken down into the following major parts:
• Methanol Plant
• MTOPlant
• Polyolefins Plant
• Utilities/Offsites
• Other Costs
The EPC cost estimate summary is presented at the end of this section. The scope,
basis, accuracy and breakdown details ofthe estimate are discussed below.
Scope of the Estimate
The GTP facility will be a grass-roots construction comprising an ISBL plant
supported by a utilities/offsites plant to produce 400 kMTA of bagged polyolefms,
50% polyethylene and 50% polypropylene. The facility will be supplied with
natural gas (for feedstock and fuel), raw water, and electric power and will
generate all additional utilities required.
The ISBL Plant comprises the following production units:
• Methanol production plant
• Olefins production plant
• Polyethylene production plant
• Polypropylene production plant
The OSBL plant comprises the following systems:
• Raw Water Treatment System
• Firewater System
• Potable Water System
• Stripped MTO Byproduct Water Treating
• Boiler Feedwater Treating
• Condensate Polishing
• Deaerator and Condensate Return
• Cooling Water Systems - Closed Loop circulation and Sea-water
circulation, including seawater intake supply and return piping
• Wastewater Collection and Treating
• HP Boilers
• Plant and Instrument Air Generation and Distribution
• Nitrogen Generation and Distribution
• Power Generation
• Flare Systems
• Offsites Storage

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Site Description Overview
The proposed site is located in the North West Gulf of Suez Special Economic
Zone, approximately 40 Km south of Suez City and 120 Km east of Cario City,
close to the New Port at Ain El Sukhna. The Gas to Polymers (GTP) facility will
be located in the southern section of the zone in the area designated "Petroleum
Section", which comprises of an area of approximately 11.90 Km
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The proposed facility will be supplied with natural gas feedstock, raw water and
electric power at the 33KV source level. Steam, instrument air, plant air and
nitrogen will be generated within the facility.
Cooling water for the facility will be provided via a closed loop cooling water
circuit, the circulating cooling water will be cooled by seawater. Seawater will be
used directly for some cooling requirements. In addition, air coolers will also be
employed where applicable.
Infrastructure roads are provided within the facility boundary, supply roads to/from
the facility from the local highways are excluded from the scope ofthe facility.
The facility will be provided with the following buildings:
• Administration Building
• Warehouse/Maintenance/Stores Building
• Emergency Services Building
• Electrical Substation
• Main Gate Guard House
• Control RoomlLaboratory
• Unitized I/O - MCC Buildings for each process unit

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The basis for the EPC cost estimate is given in Section 2 ofthis report, in
addition, the estimate is based on the following information:
• Project Description
• Preliminary Plot Plans
• Process Flow Diagrams
• Utility Flow Diagrams
• Equipment Lists, with preliminary sizes and materials
• Licensor Information
Estimate Accuracy
The EPC cost estimate was developed utilizing the ICARUS (T") 2000 cost
estimating system and in-house criteria and methods to achieve an estimate that is
reasonably considered to be within an accuracy of±15%.
Estimate Breakdown
The EPC cost estimate as presented at the end of this section, is broken down as
follows:
Materials
The direct cost portion of the EPC cost estimate includes equipment and
materials as defmed below:
• Equipment
Process, Utility and Offsites equipment, as shown on the Equipment
Lists contained in Section 7 of this Volume. This includes the
installed spares as shown in the Equipment Lists.
• Piping
Including all pipe, fittings, flanges, piping valves and specials for all
above and below ground piping associated with the process, utility
and offsite areas ofthe facility.

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• Electrical
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Including all electrical commodities, e.g. cable, conduit, cable tray,
transformation equipment and switchgear etc. associated with the
process, utility and offsite areas ofthe facility.
• Instrumentation
Including all tagged instrumentation including control system
associated with the process, utility and offsite areas of the facility
as well as all required bulk materials e.g. hook-up materials,
wiring, supports etc .
• Allowances
Allowances have been included in this portion of the EPC cost
estimate for the following items:
• Laboratory Equipment
• Commissioning Spares
• Delivery/Packing Costs FOB
Subcontracts
The costs for the following subcontracts for the erection of the facility have
been included in the EPC cost estimate:
• Civils & Site Development
Includes all civil materials and labor costs associated with site
preparation, drainage, in-plant roads, foundations and buildings, as
identified above, associated with the project.
• Steelwork
Includes all structural steel materials and labor associated with the
process, utility and offsite areas of the facility including process
structures, pipe-racks and buildings.

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• Painting
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Includes both paint materials and labor for the painting of
equipment and piping associated with the process, utility and
offsite areas of the facility.
• Insulation
Includes all insulation materials and labor for insulation of
equipment and piping associated with the process, utility and
offsite areas ofthe facility.
• Equipment Erection
Includes all labor and equipment (including cranes up to 25
tonnes capacity) for the installation of all Equipment associated
with the plant.
• Pipework Erection
Includes all labor for fabrication and erection of all above and
below ground piping associated with the plant.
• Electrical Erection
Includes all labor associated with the erection of all electrical
equipment and materials for the plant.
• Instrumentation Erection
Includes all labor required to erect instrument tagged items and
bulk materials for the plant.
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Other Direct Costs
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Additional direct costs have been included in the EPC cost estimate as follows:
• Temporary Facilities
This allowance includes the costs associated with setting up and running
temporary field facilities required for both a Client and an
EngineeringIManagement contractor at site. The allowance includes for
Offices etc., a central warehouse, including all required racking and fittings
etc., as well as computing and communications systems and furniture etc.
• Plant/Field Costs
This allowance includes all general plant and site/road vehicles required by
the EngineeringlManagement contractor e.g. Fork-lift trucks for the
warehouse, vehicles for supervisory personnel etc., Heavy lift
equipment/contracts and any special construction equipment that may be
necessary for the erection/construction of the process, utility and offsite
areas ofthe facility.
• Artisan Assistance
An allowance has been included for Artisan labor to assist the
EngineeringlManagement contractor during both the construction phase of
the project and during testing and pre-commissioning.
• Shipping
This is an estimate of the freight costs from marshaling ports around the
world to the project site.
• Vendors Staff
This is an estimate of the cost of vendor specialists to supervise the
installation and start-up of equipment.
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This is an estimate of the cost associated with detail engineering, procurement and
project, construction and commissioning management and/or supervisory services
to design, purchase, install and pre-commission the equipment and materials as
defined in this Volume.
Additional Costs
The costs for the following additional items have been included in the EPC cost
estimate:
• Profit/Contingency
A contingency allowance and Contractor Profit/Fee has been included in the
EPC cost estimate based on a percentage of the Projects Total Engineering,
Procurement and Construction estimate.
• Consultants
Consultant costs have been included in the EPC cost estimate.
Estimate Clarifications
The following clarifications to the cost estimate are provided:
• Schedule
The estimates are based on the overall schedule given in Section 9 of this
Volume.
• Soils Data
A soils survey was not provided for the feasibility study.
• Seawater Supply and Return
For the purpose of the feasibility study, the distance from the sea water
intake/return to the plant fence line has been assumed as 7km. It has also
been assumed that the seawater intake/return will occur at the sea-shore.

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• Maintenance and Equipment Operating Tools
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It has been assumed that a third party "Core Maintenance" capability
including craftsmen, supervision, equipment and small tools will be utilized
by the Owner to maintain the facility.
• Operating Procedures
The estimate includes for the preparation of operating procedures for the
plant. Detailed operating procedures and training will be by the Owner.
Estimate Allowances
Allowances have been provided in the direct cost portion of the EPC cost estimate
as shown below. They are termed "allowances" due to the uncertain state of their
specification.
• Fire Fighting, Safety and Medical Equipment and Supplies - This would
allow for small items used by individual personnel. Large or mobile
equipment is assumed available.
• Vehicles - Trucks, rail cars, site vehicles,. and other mobile equipment that
enter and leave plant property, except as shown in the Equipment Lists.

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The following items are excluded from the EPC cost estimate as presented:
• Owner's N Development, Pre-Operations, Project Management,
Commissioning/Start-up and Operations Costs, which include management,
operations and support labor, including wages and benefits, recruiting
expenses and operator training.
• Working Capital, to cover the costs of raw materials, chemicals, catalysts,
operating supplies, e.g. fuel, pallets, containers etc.
• License Fees and Initial Catalyst Charge
• Import Duties/Sales Taxes
• Currency Fluctuation
• Bank & Legal Fees
• Pre-completion Interest
• ECA Insurance Costs
• Owner's Contingency
• Permit Costs and Fees
• Owner Required Testing and Surveys
• Land Purchase Costs
• Capital/Running Spares
• Insurance
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Equipment Cost Summary
Description Total ISBL OSBL Total
USD,OOO USD,OOO USD,OOO
ColumnslTowers incl. Internals 54,557 1,153 55,710
Pressure Vessels 10,674 8,158 18,832
Storage Tanks 117 2,788 2,905
BinslHoppers & Fabricated Plate 5,012 5,012
FilterslDust Collectors/Screens 2,243 34 2,277
Stacks 387 387
Shell & Tube Heat Exchangers 32,617 679 33,296
Double Pipe Exchangers 284 284
Air Coolers 6,139 6,139
Other Heat Exchangers 9,636 908 10,544
Flares 751 566 1,317
Furnace Heaters 22,633 22,633
Compressors incl. Drivers 37,299 6,711 44,010
Fans and Blowers incl. Drivers 1,053 1,053
Pumps incl. Drivers 4,684 6,004 10,688
Steam Turbines 2,265 3,342 5,607
Packaged Equipment 20,426 11,219 31,645
CraneslHoists/Elevators etc. 796 79 875
Miscellaneous 5,691 3,848 9,539
Total Equipment 217,264 45,489 262,753
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EPC Cost Estimate Summary
Costs reflect 1st Quarter 2000 levels, Suez, Egypt Location
Inside Battery Limits Plants:
Methanol Plant
MTOPlant
Polypropylene/Polyethylene Plants
Total Inside Battery Limits Plants
Outside Battery Limits Plants
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USD 188,350,000
USD 164,200,000
USD 136,900,000
usn 489,450,000
USD 214,750,000
Total Estimated Erected Cost usn 704,200,000

Escalation USD Excluded
SubTotal usn 704,200,000
Consultants USD Included
Contractor's Profit/Contingency USD Included
Total Lump Sum EPC Cost usn 799,100,000


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The methodology by which this estimate was developed included fixing of
equipment prices via both vendor communications and in-house information
gathered from recent similar projects. The equipment information was input into
the ICARUS 2000 cost estimating system, bulk material information was adjusted
as applicable based on Licensor information (where available), preliminary plot
plan(s) and in-house experience for each ofthe particular production plants as
well as the Utilities and Off-sites etc.
To develop the overall cost estimate, individual unit cost estimates were prepared
using the ICARUS 2000 estimating software. These individual ICARUS unit
estimates were then consolidated within ICARUS to achieve a total "Direct Field
Cost". To these ICARUS generated figures has been added (outside the ICARUS
system) productivity adjustments, commissioning and Capital/Running spares,
freight, escalation, applicable owner costs and other project-related costs to develop
the overall project cost estimate.
The cost estimate was initially developed on a US Gulf Coast basis using an
estimated average subcontractor construction labor rate. The average rate included
wages, benefits, tools and consumables, construction equipment, management and
supervision, and other normal construction indirect costs including subcontractor
risk and profit. The US Gulf Coast estimate was then modified to an Egyptian
basis using both in-house and locally obtained data to reflect local Egyptian labor
productivity and costs.

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Staffing Requirements
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The following tables summarizes an estimate ofthe staffing requirements for the
facility.
Shift Personnel
The basis for the numbers of personnel for shift related activities is four (4) shifts
i.e. three working shifts and one shift offper day.
Operations Staff
Unit Control Plant Lab. Truck Total
--
Supervisors Room Operators Staff Operators
--
Operators
Methanol Plant
MTOPlant
PE Unit
PPUnit
Polymer
Packaging
Utilities Plant
OSBL Plant
Total per Shift 5 5 18 6 9 43
Maintenance Staff
Supervisor Instrument Electrical Analyzer Mechanical Laborers Total
Total per Shift 1 2 1 1 2 2 9
Security Staff

I Total per Shift
Total Shift Staff
I Total Shift Staffper Shift
ITotal Shift Staff (Total of Four Shifts)
2
54
216

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Day Staff
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The following summarizes the numbers ofnon-shift personnel associated with the
operation ofthe facility.
Operations Management
Total
Operations Manager
Maintenance Manager
lIE Engineer
Chief chemist
Plant Engineer
Total
Maintenance Sta:f:t<l)
12

Supervisor Instrument Electrical Analyzer Mechanical Laborers Total
Methanol
MTO
PE Unit
PPUnit
Packaging
Utilities
/Support
Workshop
Total 6 5 4 15 13 43
(1) The maintenance staff is for nonnal day-to-day operations support. During
plant turnarounds and for major maintenance work, it is assumed that a third
party contractor will supplement the plant maintenance staff.
Laboratory Staff
Total
Methanol
MTO
PE Unit
PPUnit
Packaging
Utilities

Total
Total Day Staff
ITotal Day Staff 62
7

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Administrative Personnel
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The following is an estimate ofthe administrations personnel required for the
facility.
Total
Works Manager
Accountant
Accounting Clerks
Secretarial
Receptionist
Warehouse Clerk
EMT
Total
Other Costs
10

The following summarizes the infonnation that is to fonn the basis ofthe economic
model:
Stock Information
• An allowance of3 weeks offinal product is recommended.
• An allowance of2 months stock of polymer catalyst/additives and MTO
catalyst is recommended.
• An allowance of 2 days of final product is recommended as work in
progress material.
Replacement Material
The following monetary sums for periodic replacement of catalysts and
adsorbents are to be included in the economic model.

Item
Catalyst/Adsorbent
Catalyst/Adsorbent
Catalyst/Adsorbent
Catalyst!Adsorbent
Amount
$4,030,000
Replacement Period
Every 2 Years
Every 3 Years
Every 5 Years
Every 10 Years
Annual Average

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An allowance for the average annual maintenance costs for the facility are
included in the cost estimate, this allowance includes both maintenance labor,
material costs and miscellaneous fixed costs, including insurance premiums.
The cost for the periodic reformer tube replacement in the methanol plant has
been included in this allowance.
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14. Environmental Considerations
14.1 Gaseous Discharges
14.2 Liquid Discharges
14.3 Solid Discharges
14.4 Potential Major Hazards Summary
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14.1 Gaseous Discharges
The gaseous discharges from the facility are categorized as follows:
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Stack Emissions
Continuous vent to atmosphere of the gases produced in the combustion
offuels.
Vent Emissions
Continuous vent to atmosphere of steam purges containing trace
amounts ofdissolved gases.
Flare Emissions
Emergency and/or upset venting of process gases to the atmosphere via
combustion at the flare tip.
Stack Emissions
During normal operation, stack gases will be emitted to the atmosphere from
the following sources:
Methanol Reformer Stack
MTO Reactor Stack
Package Boiler Stacks
The estimated flowrates and composition data are presented ill the
confidential volume ofthe feasibility report.
Vent Emissions
During normal operation, the following vent streams will be emitted to the
atmosphere:
Decarbonator Vent
The decarbonator vent stream will contain small amounts of dissolved
hydrogen, carbon dioxide and methane.
Deaerator Vent
The deaerator vent will contain trace amounts of dissolved oxygen and
carbon dioxide.
Intermittent Boiler Blowdown
Flash steam from the boiler blowdown will be periodically vented to the
atmosphere, flow-rates will be dependent upon boiler vendor
recommendations.

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Flare Emissions
Two flare systems are provided for the facility. One will provide for the
handling of all cryogenic service vents. The other flare will handle all other
flare discharges.
The flare systems are provided for emergency and/or upset conditions.
During normal operation venting to the flare is not anticipated. Preliminary
flare loads for each ofthe plant areas are provided in the confidential volume
ofthe feasibility report.

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General
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The liquid discharges from the process plants will be fIrst treated within the
facility prior to fInal discharge from the facility.
The source locations for this discharge from the facility are as follows:
Organic Trap (MTO Waste Treatment)
Reverse Osmosis Unit (MTO Waste Treatment)
Water Polisher (MTO Waste Treatment)
Water Polisher (Boiler Feedwater Treatment)
Water Softner (Raw Water Treatment)
Reverse Osmosis Unit (Raw Water Treatment)
These streams will be combined and will be discharged to the sea via the
seawater return line.
An additional water stream that combines the stonn water drainage system
outfall and the Faculative Pond outfall will be sent to the sea via a trench
(provided by others).
Other Liquid Waste Streams
An oil removal system has been included in the plant design. This
process, will remove oil from water streams that could possibly be
contaminated with oil in process equipment, e.g. compressor trains. This
oil will need to be removed from the plant and disposed of in an
environmentally safe manner.
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Catalysts and Adsorbents
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Periodically, there will be a need to discharge spent catalysts and adsorbents from
the facility. Manufacturers' recommendations regarding the safe handling and
disposal of such items should be followed. Certain catalysts will require recycling
to recover their metals content.
Catalyst Fines
The MTO process will generate catalyst fmes, these fines will need to be disposed
ofin accordance with the catalyst manufacturers' recommendations.
Sludge
A waste solid from the bio-treat pond will require disposal from the facility.

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General
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This section qualitatively identifies the potential major hazards associated
with the installation and operation ofthe GTP Plant.
The predominant major hazard to the plant, plant personnel and the
surrounding environment is a leak of one of the process fluids. The design
and layout of the facility should be to minimize inadvertent emissions to the
atmosphere through the implementation of control safeguards as well as the
use ofwell-trained operations and maintenance personnel.
The technologies utilized for the facility are based upon proven operating
plants around the world and information gained from the operation of these
plants will form the basis ofthe design and operation ofthe SPC facility.
Plant Location
The plant is to be located in an industrial complex near Suez, Egypt. Nearby
facilities will include other petrochemical plants, the port of Ain EI Sokhna
and the main highway form Suez to Zaafrana.
Plant Layout Considerations
The preliminary plant layout indicates the basic layout of the complex.
Detail layout reviews will be required to ensure adequate spacing of
equipment for access by plant operations, maintenance and safety personnel,
maintenance equipment and emergency vehicles.
In the preliminary plant layout, the facility has been orientated so as to take
into account the effect of the prevailing wind in the region. This will
minimize the effect of stack emissions on the reminder ofthe facility.
Fire-fighting Requirements
All local fire-fighting codes and regulations will need to be followed during
the detailed design and subsequent operation of the facility. The feasibility
study has incorporated electric and diesel powered firewater pumps together
with an emergency bypass to utilize seawater as the fire-fighting medium.

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Construction Considerations
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All local codes and regulations will need to be followed during the
construction period. During construction, efforts should be made to contain
the effects of earth movement and to minimize the effect of run-off from the
new facility into existing drainage ditches.
Fuel storage will require containment to prevent contamination of the local
environment in the event ofa leak from the storage vessel.
Plant Operation Considerations
Process Chemicals
The following summarizes the chemicals that are used and/or produced
during operation ofthe various processes employed in the facility.
The methanol plant utilizes the steam reforming of natural gas,
consisting mainly of methane, to produce a synthesis gas mixture which
contains primarily hydrogen, carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide. The
synthesis gas mixture is converted in a recycle synthesis loop to produce
a methanol-water mixture, which will also contain a small amount of
dimethylether and traces ofreactant gases.
The MTO process utilizes the methanol-water mixture to produce
primarily ethylene and propylene together with some C4/C5+
hydrocarbons and oxygenates such as dimethylether. The higher
hydrocarbons are removed in the light olefin recovery process and are
sent to the fuel system.
The propylene and ethylene are converted into their respective polymers
within the polymer plant.
The utilities/offsites plant is concerned primarily with the handling and
treatment of the various facility water streams as well as the generation
of steam and chemical storage. Chemicals such as sulfuric acid, caustic
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Within the methanol plant, the reformer control system is designed to
minimize the possibility of carbon laydown and subsequent damage to
the reformer catalyst. Safeguards are also included to minimize the
possibility of overfiring the reformer with the potential of destroying the
reformer tubes. The methanol synthesis loop reaction is inherently self-
limiting.
Within the polyolefins process, the gas phase reaction is inherently self-
limiting. Unlike liquid phase processes, reaction upsets cannot lead to
over-pressurization of equipment. In a power failure, the reaction is
automatically terminated very quickly.
Process Hazards
Plant Personnel Safety
The process fluids are typically contained within the pressurized process
plant. The various process plants operate at elevated temperatures and
pressures and care will need to be taken to prevent operator and
maintenance staff coming into contact with the hot process and utility
piping.
In the event of a release to the atmosphere of one or more ofthe reaction
gases, there is the potential for the generation of a vapor cloud, which
could result in a catastrophic explosion. Siting and/or design of
occupied buildings will need to address the potential consequences of
such an incident. The electrical classification of the facility will have to
take into account the fluids normally contained within the process to
ensure the correct electrical devices are incorporated into the facility
design.
Area gas detection devices will be required to monitor for gaseous
emissions from the plant; these will include carbon monoxide and
hydrocarbon detection systems.
Safety-showers/eyewash stations will be required at locations where
personnel can come into contact with chemicals within the facility.
Adequate personnel protective equipment will need to be worn by
plant personnel when handling chemicals in the facility.
There will be the need for noise reduction in the plant due to the use of
high-speed machinery. Noise reduction can be effected by design
where possible, and also by the use of adequate personnel safety
equipment.

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Plant Overpressure
Over-pressure in any of the process units can occur due to anyone of
several reasons, for example a blocked outlet, coolant failure, power
failure, external fire etc. In the event of an overpressure incident, the
processes are to be equipped with relief valves designed to vent the
overpressure to a control device, e.g. a flare, to prevent a release to the
atmosphere ofone or more ofthe reaction fluids.
Spill Containment
In the event of a process liquid spill it may be necessary to contain the
liquid to prevent potential environmental contamination. In such areas,
it will be necessary to curb the process areas and to drain the liquid away
from the process equipment to prevent possible 'liquid pooling' and the
resultant fire hazard around equipment.
Chemical Storage
The storage of the reaction feedstocks and products should be such that
emissions to the environment are minimized. Vents from such tanks
should be sent to an approved control device, e.g. a flare. Separation of
and diking requirements for storage tanks containing flammable
materials will require siting per the local codes and regulations.
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15. Technology Information
15.1 Commercial Experience Lists
15.2 Perfonnance Guarantees
15.3 Technology Fees
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The Suez Petrochemical Complex is planned to utilize well proven commercially
established technologies for the conversion of gas to methanol and olefins to
polyolefms.
Methanol
Since its introduction in 1967, the Imperial Chemical Industries (lCI) Low
Pressure Methanol Process has accounted for more than 60% of the world's new
methanol plant capacity. Kvaemer has extensive experience in the design and
construction of methanol process units and offers the ICI Process. Methanol
plants in which Kvaemer has been involved have a combined production capacity
equivalent to over 70% of the installed capacity of plants built using ICI
technology and over 45% ofthe total world's methanol capacity installed.
This unique record has been established by the combination of ICI basic
technology and the vast experience of Kvaemer since the early 1960's in the
design and construction of numerous plants all around the world for the
production of methanol, ammonia, hydrogen, carbon dioxide, and Towns gas.
This includes 30 methanol plants built since 1968 with a total capacity of over
42,000 STPD of methanol, including 10 plants capable of producing over 2,000
STPD. This technology is supported by 30 years of experience in steam
reforming involving the supply of over 200 reformers in 25 different countries
making Kvaemer the world's most experienced steam reformer designer.
Kvaemer design engineers have thorough knowledge of all aspects of methanol
plant operation, from water and gas treatment through reforming to final product
loading. A Kvaemer designed plant ensures easy operation, not only during
normal operation but also through all stages of start-up and shutdown conditions.
Kvaemer's patented furnace design offers one of the best temperature profiles in
the industry. The improved profile reduces localized stress and lengthens catalyst
tube life.
The highly selective synthesis catalyst minimizes feedstock usage and undesirable
by-product formation. The catalyst is demonstrably more active and has longer
life than any other competitive catalyst. Plants with ICI catalyst have operated for
more than six years with the same catalyst charge. ICI catalyst is not subject to
the variable quality problems of competing catalysts, which have led to the need
for their early replacement.
ICI and Kvaemer provide training facilities for operation and consulting services
both onsite and at their engineering offices. Regularly organized symposia at
various locations for users of the ICI methanol process provide forums for new
designs and operating techniques. Once a plant is commissioned, these backup
services by ICI and Kvaemer continue to be available for clients.

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Kvaemer is continuously developing its methanol plant design to achieve better
efficiencies, improved availability, better control, simpler operation, and lower
capital and production costs. Many Kvaemer developments are now an accepted
part of modem high efficiency plant design and new designs under development
will continue this progress in providing cheaper, more reliable, more efficient, and
larger single-steam methanol plants.
The following table lists the Kvaemer experience with the ICI methanol
technology:
K V ~ R N E R ~

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Year Client Location Capacity
--
(STPD)
1997 Methanex Chile 3100
1995 TIMC Trinidad 1800
1995 Methanex Chile 2950
1995 Sterling/BP Chemicals USA 1500
1992 BHP Australia 180
1992 Supennetanol Venezuela 2200
1990 Coastal Chern Inc. USA 222
1989 Caribbean Methanol Co. Trinidad 1650
1988 Deepak Fertilizers Limited India 330
1980 Mobil R&D New Zealand 2x2425
1980 Air Products USA 500
1980 ARCO Chemical Company USA 2000
1979 Ocelot Industries Canada 1350
1978 Sabic/Celanese Texas Eastern (SCT) Saudi Arabia 2300
1978 Borden Chemical USA 1900
1977 IMC/Air Products USA * 1500
1977 Techmashimport Tomsk, USSR 2750
1977 Techmashimport Gubaha, USSR 2750
1976 Methanor Holland 1100
1976 Celanese Chemical Co. (Expansion USA 2200
1800 to 2200 STPD)
1975 Celanese Chemical Co. USA
** 1300
1973 Taesung Methanol Industries Co. Korea 1100
1973 Induquimica (Subsidiary of CEPSA) Spain 660
1972 Metanor Camacari, Brazil 200
1971 PCUK (Ugine Kuhlmann) France 660
1971 Methanol Chemie Nederland Holland 1100
Year Client Location Capacity
--
(STPD)
1969 Chang Chun Petrochemical Co. Taiwan 165
1969 Celanese Chemical Co. USA 150011800
1969 Georgia Pacific Corp. USA 1200
1968 Taesung Lumber Industries Co. Korea 165



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The conversion of methanol to oletins is a technology offered by UOP, the largest
process licensing organization in the world, providing more than 65 licensed
processes for the hydrocarbon processing industries. For more than 80 years, UOP
has been a world leader in developing and commercializing technology for license
to the oil refining, petrochemical and gas processing industries. UOP has created
technologies that have led to advances in such diverse industries as motor fuels,
plastics, detergents, synthetic fibers and food preservatives. Since its beginnings,
UOP has been awarded more than 30,000 patents as a result of its dedicated research
and development commitment.
The UOPIHYDRO MIO process is based on a well proven fluidized catalyst bed-
style reactor design, which is similar to UOP's Fluidized Catalytic Cracking (FCC)
process technology. UOP has licensed over 200 FCC units with numerous
innovative developments in this technology over the years. The MIO process
performance has been demonstrated in a 0.75 MI/day demonstration unit at Norsk
Hydro's facilities near Oslo Norway. In addition, UOP has much experience in the
design and supply of equipment for the production of polymer-grade ethylene and
propylene. UOP's experience in these related areas is shown in the following
experience summary:
UOPIHYDRO MIO Process
UOP FCC Process
UOP Ethylene & Propylene
Splitters
1 demonstration unit initially operated in 1995.
More than 70 units on-stream since 1970 and
over 200 units on-stream since 1942.
More than 180 projects completed.

The table on the following page indicates the commercialization experience of
UOP:
K V ) E R N E R ~

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Process Description Year 1
st
Unit Number of
Placed in Units
--
Operation Licensed
Catalytic Condensation Gasoline/Higher Olefins 1935 300+
FCC Gasoline/Cycle OillLPG 1942 200+
HF Alkylation - Motor Fuel Gasoline 1943 100+
HF Detergent Alkylation Alkylation ofBenzene 1948 33
Platfonning Catalytic Refonning 1949 700+
Butamer Butane Isomerization 1955 50+
Merox Mercaptan Extraction 1958 1700+
Styrene Ethylbenzene Dehydro. 1960 14
Molex n-ParaffmRecovery 1964 30+
Sulfolane BTX Extraction 1965 100+
Pacol Olefin Production 1969 30+
Parex p-Xylene Recovery 1971 60+
MTBE-Ethennax MTBEIETBE 1976 30+
Penex Lt. Naphtha Isom. 1983 100+
KLP Acetylene Hydrogenation 1986 8
Oleflex Lt. ParaffmDehydro. 1990 14
Cyclar BTX Production 1990 2
Detal Alkylation ofBenzene 1994 4
Q-Max Cumene 1996 4
InAlk Gasoline 2001 3
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Union Carbide offers the UNIPOL technology for both polyethylene and
polypropylene production. The UNIPOL PE and PP processes are simple, flexible,
economical, safe, and superior to alternative technologies.
The simplicity of the UNIPOL PE and PP processes derives from advanced gas
phase, fluidized bed technology and advanced catalyst technology. These systems
are very stable and flexible and use simple equipment. They produce a full range
of commercial products with no variation in capacity, and provide broad turndown
with uniform product properties.
The UNIPOL PE and PP processes produce granular resins of a consistent,
predictable particle size distribution, that are conveyed, transported, and processed
in conventional materials handling equipment. This granular resin may be
pelletized in efficient, low energy UNIPOL pelleting equipment.
The UNIPOL PE and PP continuous resin handling facilities are simple, efficient,
and inexpensive to operate, and require minimum investment. These advantages
directly result from reaction stability and product consistency. This product
consistency allows for continuous conveying of product from reaction/pelleting
directly to bulk distribution or packaging feed hoppers. Trim resin from start-up
or grade transitions, when available, is also metered and continuously mixed into
aim-grade resin. By contrast, batch resin handling facilities required by other
polyethylene and polypropylene technologies are typically complex, inefficient,
expensive to operate, and require much greater investment than UNIPOL PE and
PP facilities.
From an operating point of view, the simplicity of the process and equipment
leads to reduced requirements for operating and maintenance staff, low energy
consumption and high efficiency. From a project point of view, the simplicity
leads to significantly reduced capital requirements. A UNIPOL PE or PP plant is
compact, requiring relatively small land area. It includes no exotic equipment and,
except for pelleting, only one major piece of rotating equipment for each reactor.
The net result is a shortened project schedule, low investment, and simple start-
up.
The high safety standards of the UNIPOL PE and PP Processes are indicated by
several hundred reactor-years of safe operation. The processes are designed with a
high emphasis on safety and, as gas phase processes, are inherently safer than
alternative technologies
Kvaemer has undertaken almost 150 major polymer projects worldwide and has
more experience in designing and constructing these plants than any other
engineering and construction company in the world.

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The range of projects handled includes polypropylene, high and low density
polyethylene, linear low-density polyethylene, PVC, polyester, elastomers and
various intermediates for these final products
Kvaemer has an extensive track record in polymers and particularly in polyolefin
plants completed and in hand using Univation's UNIPOL technology. The total
nameplate capacity of UNIPOL Polypropylene and Polyethylene Plants engineered
by Kvaemer now exceeds 3,500,000 te/annum. In addition, studies and other
engineering and operating assistance have been carried out for Union Carbide and
other Clients. Kvaemer engineers frequently join Union Carbide development and
start-up teams.
The following pages include a listing of the plants that have licensed the Union
Carbide UNIPOL technology for polyethylene and polypropylene production. The
plants with which Kvaemer has been associated are indicated by *. Projects in
which Kvaemer has been associated with via other services, e.g. Process Design
Packages, Commissioning Services etc., have been indicated by **.

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UNIPOL PE Facilities Location Start-up Reactor
Units in Operation Year Lines
UCC LPPE-l USA 1969 1
Borealis #1* Sweden 1971 3
Qenos* Australia 1972 2
UCCLP-l USA 1976 1
Chemopetrol* Czech Republic 1976 4
Chevron USA 1977 1
Nova Canada 1977 2
Borealis #2* Sweden 1978 1
Russia PE #1* Russia 1980 3
UCCLP-2 USA 1980 2
Polisur Argentina 1981 1
UCCLP-3 USA 1981 2
Polifin* South Africa 1982 1
ExxonMobil USA 1982 2
Borealis #3* Sweden 1983 2
ExxonMobil #2 USA 1983 2
NUC Japan 1983 1
Japan Polychem #1 Japan 1983 1
Russia PE #2* Russia 1983 3
Imperial Oil-ESSO** Canada 1983 1
Nova #2 Canada 1984 2
Kemya Saudi Arabia 1984 2
Equistar#1 USA 1984 1
Yanpet PE #1 ** Saudi Arabia 1985 3
Sharq #1 Saudi Arabia 1985 1
HCC#1 Korea 1986 1
Borealis* Austria 1986 1
Buna Gennany 1987 1
Qilu* China 1987 2
Daqing China 1988 1
USI Far-East** Taiwan 1989 1
HCC#2 Korea 1989 1
UCCLP-5 USA 1989 1
ExxonMobil #3* USA 1990 1
Equistar#2 USA 1990 1
UNIPOL PE Facilities Location Start-up Reactor
Units in Operation Year Lines
Qilu#2 China 1990 1
Petromont Canada 1991 1
ShowaDenko Japan 1992 1
MCCPE#2 Japan 1992 1
OPP Brazil 1992 2
CIPEN* France 1992 1
Qenos Australia 1992 1
Titan Malaysia 1993 1
Sharq#2 Saudi Arabia 1994 1
Chandra Asri Indonesia 1995 1
Tianjin China 1995 1
UCCLP-6 USA 1995 1
Jilin China 1996 1
Maoming China 1996 1
Zhongyuan China 1996 1
Kalush Ukraine 1996 1
Equistar#3 USA 1996 1
ASPELL Polymeres France 1997 1
Polimeri Europa Italy 1997 2
Guangzhou China 1997 1
Equate Kuwait 1997 2
Hyundai Petrochemical Korea 1997 1
J. G. Summit** Philippines 1998 2
Rasco Libya 1998 2
UNIPOL PE Facilities Location Start-up Reactor
Units in Design Year Lines
Yanpet PE #2** Saudi Arabia 2000 2
DSM* Germany 2000 1
UCCLP-7 Canada 2000 2
ExxonMobil** Singapore 2000 1
Chemopetrol** Czech Republic 2001 1
Yangzi Petrochemical** China 2002 1
Rio Polimeros Brazil 2002 2
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UNIPOL PP Facilities Location Start-up Reactor
Units in Operation Year Lines
UCCP-l USA 1985 1
1. G. Caltex Korea 1988 1
Huntsman #1 USA 1989 1
Polychim #1* France 1989 1
Propilco Colombia 1990 1
Epsilon USA 1991 1
Montell Australia 1991 1
Montell Germany 1991 1
Huntsman #2 USA 1991 1
TPI#1 Indonesia 1992 2
DSM Germany 1992 1
MCCPP Japan 1992 1
Solvay #1* Belgium 1992 1
Propylene Malaysia Malaysia 1992 1
IbnZahr* Saudi Arabia 1993 1
TPI#2 Indonesia 1995 1
Reliance* India 1996 2
Epsilon #2 USA 1996 1
Solvay #2 USA 1996 1
Hyosung T&C Ltd. Korea 1996 1
PIC Kuwait 1997 1
J. G. Summit** Philippines 1998 1
Reliance #2* India 1999 2
ARCO USA 1999 1
Epsilon #3 & #4 USA 1999 2
Reliance #3* India 1999 1
Stavropol Polymers* Russia 2000 1
UNIPOL PP Facilities Location Start-up Reactor
Units in Design Year Lines
YanpetPP** Saudi Arabia 2000 1
OPC Egypt 2000 1
Ibn Zahr #2 Saudi Arabia 2001 1
TOSCO* USA 2001 2

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It is expected that guarantees will be provided for the overall perfonnance of the
plant and for the perfonnance ofthe individual process units. The most likely
structure is that the engineering procurement and construction (EPC) contractor will
provide the project schedule and plant perfonnance guarantees. The plant
perfonnance guarantees will include the plant's production capacity for polyolefins,
polyolefm product quality, natural gas feedstock consumption, and utility
consumption. Individual process unit perfonnance would be guaranteed by each
process licensor to the EPC contractor. These guarantees would cover similar
requirements for each process unit (capacity, product quality, feed consumption, and
conversion or utility consumption).
Guarantee Values
The actual guarantees and associated values for each process unit will be developed
during the engineering phase ofthe project.
Catalyst
In addition to the aforementioned perfonnance guarantees, the licensors ofthe
process units will be expected to provide guarantees on the catalyst consumption
and/or stability. These guarantees would provide that the consumption and/or
stability ofthe catalysts be such that the equivalent average annual cost of the
catalysts will not exceed the amounts indicated in this report.
Guarantee Liabilities
Failure to meet the represented guarantees would typically require the guarantors to
make changes to the plant to enable it to meet the guarantees or they would be
obligated to pay liquidated damages to the owner. These changes could include the
design, procurement, shipping, and installation or modification ofequipment as
necessary. The amount ofliquidated damages payable would depend on the extent
ofthe perfonnance deficiency. The total liability would be limited to a percentage
ofthe relevant contract value.
Liabilities for failure to meet guarantees on catalyst consumption and/or stability
would obligate the licensors to provide a portion of replacement catalyst to the
owner. The amount of such replacement catalyst would be in proportion to the
part of the guarantee not achieved.

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The Suez Petrochemical Complex is planned to utilize the following licensed
processes:
a) Kvaemer Reforming/ICI Low Pressure Methanol Process
b) UOPIHYDRO MTO Process
c) Union Carbide UNIPOL Polyethylene Process
d) Union Carbide UNIPOL Polypropylene Process
The technology fees associated with the licensing ofthese processes will be
finalized in license agreements between the owner and licensor of each process.
The payment schedule oftechnology fees will be determined with the respective
process licensor. It is expected that these fees will be paid in installments over a
certain period rather than in one lump sum.

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