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PRESENTATION Qatargas II November 4th 2004

Summary
Qatar LNG site QGII overall development project QGII onshore development preject Technological features Technip EPC scope

Location of Ras Laffan Qatar

QATARGAS EXISTING LNG PLANT BLOCK DIAGRAM


Non Associated Natural Gas

Field Facilities

Sulphur Recovery

LNG Storage Loading

LNG

Pipeline Reception Mercury Removal

Acid Gas Removal Fuel gas Dehydration Mercury Removal

Fuel gas

N2 Rejection

Scrub column

Liquefaction Refrigeration

Ethane Propane Refrigerant Make up Fractionation Condensate Stabilisation C5+ Gasoline Field condensate

Qatar LNG Site plan


Rasgas

Qatargas1,2,3

EXISTING QGI LNG PLANT

EXISTING SLUG CATCHER

EXISTING QGI LNG PLANT

EXISTING SLUG CATCHER

EXISTING QGI LNG PLANT


Evaporator MR/C3

EXISTING QGI LNG PLANT


New Evaporator MR/C3

QGI EXISTING LNG PLANT


EXISTING SLUG CATCHER

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LNG TRAIN - GAS TURINE EXHAUST- MCHE

EXISTING QGI LNG PLANT


EXISTING SLUG CATCHER EXISTING BOILERS AND GTGS

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EXISTING QGI LNG PLANT

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EXISTING FLARE STRUCTURE

Ras Laffan Port

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EXISTING QGI LNG PLANT

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EXISTING LNG LOADING LINES

EXISTING QGI LNG PLANT

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BERTH 2 RG

EXISTING QGI LNG PLANT

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LNG TANK 3

EXISTING QGI LNG PLANT

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JETTY

EXISTING QGI LNG PLANT

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BERTH 3

EXISTING QGI LNG PLANT

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CONDENSATE STORAGE QG

RG CONDENSATE STORAGE

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QGI EXISTING LNG PLANT

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CONDENSATE JETTY

QGI EXISTING LNG PLANT

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SULPHUR STORAGE

QGII Development Project Main Features


Qatargas II (QG II ) Owner JV: 70% QP ; 30% EM QGII Integrated project Offshore production platforms and pipelines Onshore gas treating and LNG facilities LNG ships LNG receiving terminal in the UK Overall QGII Project Design Basis Wellhead Gas: 3000 MSCFD FOB LNG: 15.6 MTA Condensate: 120 000 BLD Propane: 1 MTA Butane: 0.7 MTA QGII MILESTONES EPC unpriced proposal : EPC priced proposal : EPC Contract Award: First LNG Delivery LNG Train 4: August 31st 2004 November 8th 2004 December 15th 2004 January 2008

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Record LNG Train Size

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QG II Excludes Condensate And LPG

10 Capacity per Train (MTA) 8 6 4


Rasgas 1/2 Rasgas 3 Egypt Trinidad

2 0
64 72 78 82 89 97

99

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05

06

07

beyond 07

ExxonMobil

Others

QGI 1 & QG II LNG Site plan

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QATARGAS II LNG PLANT BLOCK DIAGRAM


Non Associated Natural Gas

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Field Facilities

Sulfur Recovery

LNG Storage Loading

LNG

Pipeline Reception

Acid Gas Removal

Fuel gas

N2 Rejection

Dehydration

Mercury Removal

NGL Extraction

Liquefaction Refrigeration

Condensate Stabilization Fractionation

Ethane Propane Refrigerant Make up


C5+

C5+ Gasoline condensate

C3 C4

Condensate Treatment

EPC Split of Work


JV Composition: 60% Chiyoda ; 40% Technip Chiyoda is leader Chiyoda LNG Trains Sulphur recovery Technip Inlet Facilities Utilities Offsites (flare) Offplot (storage tanks and loading )

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QG II LNG Site Plan & Work Split


LNG Berth N4

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CHIYODA

Qatargas 1,2,3

Seawater channel

TECHNIP

Rasgas

QGII Train 4 3D View


as g r ta 3 a Q ,2, 1

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Plot Plan for Process Area

C3/C4 Treater Fractionation Ref/Liquefactio AGR n

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Plot Plan for SRU

For Future Expansion


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Overall Plot Plan for Train-4~7

Tr- 7 Tr- 5 Tr- 4


SRU for Tr- 4/5

SRU for Tr- 6/7

Tr- 6

FCW FCW For For Utility for Tr- 4/5Utility for Tr- 6/7Tr- 4/5 Tr- 6/7
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QGII- Technological features


Technological features APCI AP-X Liquefaction Processes A complex train design with z High energy efficiency heat recovery on GT exhausts z C3+ NGL recovery (Ortloff Score process) z Gas phase removal of mercaptan sulphur z Large electrical motors for power transfer and pressurized refrigerant compressor start up GE Frame 9 Gas turbine drivers Abnormally large utilities and offsites z Cooling water z Flare Sulphur recovery 99.25%

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APCI AP-X Process

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3 refrigerant cycles each with GE Frame 9 driver

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Air Products and Chemicals AP-XTM Hybrid Process

New refrigeration process required for larger train capacities Extension of Existing Technology Combines LNG and Air Separation Technologies Uses Two Spiral Wound Heat Exchangers (SWHE) Three refrigeration services Propane (45oC to -30oC) Mixed hydrocarbons (-30oC to 114oC) Gaseous nitrogen (-114oC to 160oC) New process + large capacity = large refrigeration requirement 275 MW of power required for 7.8 MTPA of lean LNG + .85 MTPA of LPG Current technologies require 150 MW for 4.7 MTPA Train of rich LNG

PROPANE COMPRESSOR

AP-XTM

HYBRID CYCLE

LIQUEFACTION AND SUBCOOLING


LNG FLASH SUBDRUM COOLER (SWHE) E
COMPANDERS

LNG

PRE-COOLING: PROPANE SYSTEM


SWEET LEAN GAS

PROPANE CHILLING & SMALL EXPANDER

DEHY

PROPANE CHILLERS

SCRUB COL.

COLD BOX

MIXED REFRIGERANT (M.R.) COMPRESSORS

MAIN EXCHANGER (SWHE)

NITROGEN RECYCLE COMPRESSOR

NITROGEN REFRIGERATION SYSTEM

QGII Onshore Plant Layout

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APCI AP-X Process: Spoolwound exchangers

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Helically wound 10mm tubes All aluminium construction Low technological risk despite new configuration Two exchangers in series for LNG condensation (against MCR) and subcooling (against N2)

QGII Block diagram Train 4


Power plants & Client development HRSG 200t/h

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But all of the new features have Boiler* references or parallels in other HRSG 4x240t/h industries or LNG projects 200t/h

HP steam users

Flare (~NLNG)
STG* 2x175t/h

GE 9
VFD Motor/gen. 45MW
Reception/ Slug catcher* AGR

K GE 9
ELICS
De H2O De RSH MS Regen.

K GE 9

El. users

2x37MW

Power from QG
Precooling (C3) NGL recovery Fractionation Liquefaction (MR) Subcooling (N2) Propane* Butane* Lean LNG* Rich LNG*

Sulphur recovery Natural Stabilization* Gas Tail gas treatment

CW (~Omifco)

Rasgas 3

Gas plants e.g. OGD3

Industrial Gasoline Sulphur* gases


Condensate*

New GE Frame 9E in Mechanical Drive


275 MW Total Refrigeration Power Required 3 GE Fr 9 GTs per train

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Frame 9E Incentives
High Power - 100 MW site rating (49oC day) 3000 RPM - better compressor speed match Flat LNG production

Frame 9E
Scale-up of Frame 7 130 MW ISO 210,000 kg package 50,000 kg rotor 350 Power Generation service since 1979 4 in Steel Mill service since 1998

Customized for LNG Service


Speed range 96%-102% Continuous duty, base load Extended maintenance intervals with ExtendorKitTM Meets Qatar environmental requirements using DLN1

Motor/Generator
45MW 60MW during peak C3 & N2 send power to MR

Flare
QGII Five flare tips at one location z 2x60 (two dry flares in parallel) z 2x66 z 1x72 200m elevation

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QGI Four flare tips at one location z 44 z 2x52 z 24 140 m elevation