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Chevron Engineering Standards Overview

Rich Thompson Materials and Equipment Engineering February 7, 2007

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Why?
Post Merger Overlapping, Non overlapping Standards, & Project Specs Single Standards (CES) Why Deploy Enterprise Wide across Chevron:

Global Technology Improvement LL & BP i implementation l t ti across multiple lti l projects/facilities j t /f iliti Reduce Project Risks Consistency of designs with large amount of hiring/onboarding New Employee shortened time to productivity

CES Benefits:


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Improved safety Reduced CAPEX, and OPEX Increased reliability and availability Improved cycle time Transfer of Intellectual Capital
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Chevron Engineering Standards Programs


20 006 P Programs 31 14 Active Proj ojects

Onshore

Consolidation - 162

Onshore Consolidation Mostly Refining Offshore Topsides Upstream offsho e facilities (warm offshore ( a m climates) Subsea LNG Plants

Offshore Topsides - 97 Subsea - 44 LNG - 11 Safety in Design

2007 N New Programs s

Safety y in Design g Fixed Platforms Floating g Systems y

Human Factors

Safety y in Design g 3 New Programs starting in 2007

FPSO Marine and Hull

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Project Specific

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Project Design Data Individual Project Requirements Business Unit / Location Requirements CES Specifications for
Design Materials Equipment Fabrication Installation

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Project or Local Exception Documents to CES. CES Set and maintained by Business Units, Projects And Specific Designs. Exception Docs reviewed as Part of CES MOC process

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Standards set needed for projects and facilities Industry Stds appended by exception specs to define CVX preferences CES Guidelines CES Specs p Project Specs Package Project & Location data and exception specs append CES
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CES Specifications
Typically authored by ETC with ETC peer, vendor, and OPCO SME review. Maintained by ETC

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CES Guidelines

CES Design Guidelines Tutorial Information Industry Standards (API, ( , PIP, , IEEE, , ISA, , ASME, , NFPA, , ....) ) General
Focus Area Technology Management Teams & Technical Networks Input

Typically authored by ETC with ETC peer, and OPCO SME review. Maintained by ETC National & International Standards ETC participates on many Industry committees that Influence these standards

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CES Document Types


CES Document Types
Guidelines * Material Specification Uncommented Material Specification Commented * Design Specification Uncommented D i Design Specification S ifi i Commented C d * Procedure Specification Uncommented Procedure Specification Commented * * * * * Data Sheet Data Sheet Guide Inspection and Testing Requirements Documentation Requirements Standard Drawings CES Document Designator g EN SU SC DU DC PU PC DS DG IT DR various various DS DG Legacy Chevron Designator g EN EG MS

* Indicates documentation types that are typically part of the Project Specification Package
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Commented Specifications

Shear area values for Charpy impact testing shall be in accordance with API 5L SR5A. Shear area requirements need not be met on the weld seam. Comment: Shear requirements q on the Charpy py specimen p for gas pipeline service are important to provide fracture initiation resistance. Meeting the shear requirement will mean that the test temperature is above the ductile-to brittle transition temperature.

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CES Manual Organization


Organized around major technologies, each having an assigned Subject Matter Expert Sponsor responsible for their technology area. Manual Sponsors are also leaders and contributors in their functional communities S Sponsors are responsible ibl for f ensuring i the th information i f ti in i their Manual is current and accurate. S Sponsors are key k in i planning l i & prioritizing i ii i CES annual l work k scope Sponsors have final review & signoff of manual documents before they are published

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CES Manuals & Sponsors


CIV - Civil and Structural COM - Coatings CMP - Compressors CPM - Corrosion Prevention and Metallurgy DRI - Drivers D i ELC - Electrical EXH - Heat Exchangers & Cooling Towers FFM -Fluid Flow FPM - Fire Protection FRS - Flare & Relief Systems HTR - Fired Heater & Waste Heat Recovery ICM - Instrumentation I t t ti &C Control t l

IRM - Insulation & Refractory MAC - Gen. Machinery NCM - Noise Control OPS Subsea Operations PPL - Pipelines Pi li PIM - Piping PVM - Pressure Vessels PMP - Pumps SID Safety In Designs TAM - Tanks UTL - Utilities WEM - Welding

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http://techstds.ric100.chevrontexaco.net/default.asp?cop=ICM

Instrument Control M Manual l

Guidelines by Application

Specs by Manual Selected and Application

Complete listing of Specs by Application ac oss all Tech Manuals across Man als Drawings

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Instrument Supplier Contacts Mods in progress to Ask a Question page

Customer Service Page

View CES Monthly Reports (All Programs) Recently published documents are automatically posted here

CVX Instrument Contacts

Two Search Engines

Legacy C Company Standards


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PIP Home Page

Click on go to Member Area & enter the User Name, and Password provided id d on the th CES Links Li k page to obtain PIP documents.

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PIP Member Area

PIP Search Feature, locates applicable documents

PIP Published Documents

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Materials Selection Standards


Subsea Materials are mostly standardized Topsides and Onshore Production Facilities are generally not Materials selection often based on engineering judgment j g and experience p Some guidelines exist and are being better developed

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Materials Selection Guidelines

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