PETRONAS TECHNICAL STANDARDS

DESIGN AND ENGINEERING PRACTICE

TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION

SPECIFICATION FOR WELLHEAD CONTROL PANELS

PTS 32.01.30.40 May 2011

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Summary of Changes Item 1. Coverage Descriptions The new PTS coverage is expanded to include Pneumatic – hydraulic, electronic – hydraulic and electro – hydraulic. a) Item 1.1.2 was revised to cover both WHCP types with full pneumatic logic and full electronic logic. b) Item 3.2.3 electro – pneumatic – hydraulic control logic was added to describe requirements of WHCP design with microprocessor based shutdown system and pneumatic control medium. c) Item 3.2.4 electro – hydraulic control logic was added to describe requirements of WHCP design with microprocessor based shutdown system with hydraulic control medium as the pneumatics is not available. a) Item 1.3.2. Specific Definitions were added. b) Item 1.3.3. Abbreviations were added. c) Item 3.2.2.1 was added to clearly define the pneumatic – hydraulic control logic application. d) Item 3.2.2.6 was added to describe requirement for the bypass remote indications to remind the Operation personnel to remove the bypass before leaving the platform. e) Item 3.2.3.1 was added to clearly define the electro – pneumatic – hydraulic control logic application where the function logics reside outside of WHCP. f) Item 3.2.3.4 was added to describe local / remote reset requirement for electro – pneumatic – hydraulic control logic application to accommodate the remote well test g) Item 3.2.4.1 was added to clearly define the electro – hydraulic control logic application, where the function logics reside outside of WHCP and the pneumatic control medium is not available. h) Item 3.3. Indicators, Pushbuttons and Electronic Instruments were added. i) Item 3.4.1.9 was added to describe requirements of the enclosure drain (replacing item 7.10 of PTS 20.141). j) Item 3.4.1.10 was added to describe requirements of the enclosure vent. k) Item 4.1.9 was the revised requirements to include dump valve as item to be sized by Vendor. Based on project lessons learnt, the dump valve size has critical impact to SSV closing time. l) Item 4.2.1.2 hydraulic reservoir sizing requirement was added. m) Item 5.6 was an improvement of item 6.6 of PTS 20.141 in describing the vent connection of the hydrocarbon gas used as the control medium. Remarks PTS 20.141 covers pneumatic – hydraulic type only.

2. Clearer descriptions of requirements / specifications

Item 2. Clearer descriptions of requirements / specifications

Descriptions n) Item 8.8 was added to describe requirement in meeting the SSV closing time. o) Item 12.2 was the revised requirement of item 14.2 of PTS 20.141. p) Attachment drawings were added to cover WHCP with pneumatic – hydraulic logic, electronic – hydraulic and electro – hydraulic types. a) The new PTS specifies single enclosure type design with the components (pumps, accumulators etc.) capable of supporting WCM up to twice of the number of well slots, instead of 32 modules. However the design maintains the limit of the well control modules to 32 for one panel. Table 3.1 provides guideline in determining the number of WCM, spares and the blank plates. b) Item 3.2.4.5 was added to recommend applying the standard product available in the market from WHCP Vendors.

Remarks

3. Optimizations

PTS 20.141 designs the panel as sectional type expandable to 32 modules for one panel. It implies that the panel components shall be capable of supporting 32 modules in one panel. Item 7.2 through 7.4 of PTS 20.141 were removed.

4. Standardizations

Item 13 REFERENCES was relocated to be consistent with the other PTS and revised to add the references for electronic instrumentations.

PREFACE PETRONAS Technical Standards (PTS) publications reflect the views, at the time of publication, of PETRONAS OPUs/Divisions. They are based on the experience acquired during the involvement with the design, construction, operation and maintenance of processing units and facilities. Where appropriate they are based on, or reference is made to, national and international standards and codes of practice. The objective is to set the recommended standard for good technical practice to be applied by PETRONAS' OPUs in oil and gas production facilities, refineries, gas processing plants, chemical plants, marketing facilities or any other such facility, and thereby to achieve maximum technical and economic benefit from standardization. The information set forth in these publications is provided to users for their consideration and decision to implement. This is of particular importance where PTS may not cover every requirement or diversity of condition at each locality. The system of PTS is expected to be sufficiently flexible to allow individual operating units to adapt the information set forth in PTS to their own environment and requirements. When Contractors or Manufacturers/Suppliers use PTS they shall be solely responsible for the quality of work and the attainment of the required design and engineering standards. In particular, for those requirements not specifically covered, it is expected of them to follow those design and engineering practices which will achieve the same level of integrity as reflected in the PTS. If in doubt, the Contractor or Manufacturer/Supplier shall, without detracting from his own responsibility, consult the owner. The right to use PTS rests with three categories of users: 1) 2) 3) PETRONAS and its affiliates. Other parties who are authorized to use PTS subject to appropriate contractual arrangements. Contractors/subcontractors and Manufacturers/Suppliers under a contract with users referred to under 1) and 2) which requires that tenders for projects, materials supplied or - generally - work performed on behalf of the said users comply with the relevant standards.

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TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. 1.1. 1.2. 1.3. 2. 2.1. 2.2. 2.3. 3. 3.1. 3.2. 3.3. 3.4. 4. 4.1. 4.2. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. 12. 13. INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................................... 1 Scope ................................................................................................................................................. 1 Distribution, Intended Use and Regulatory Considerations ............................................................... 1 Definitions .......................................................................................................................................... 1 GENERAL ......................................................................................................................................... 3 Environment ....................................................................................................................................... 3 Area Classification ............................................................................................................................. 4 Utilities Available ................................................................................................................................ 4 DESIGN OF WELLHEAD CONTROL PANEL ................................................................................. 4 General .............................................................................................................................................. 4 Control Logics .................................................................................................................................... 6 Indicators, Pushbuttons and Electronic Instruments ......................................................................... 7 Panel Construction ............................................................................................................................ 9 HYDRAULIC SYSTEM .................................................................................................................... 11 General ............................................................................................................................................ 11 Hydraulic Supply System ................................................................................................................. 12 PNEUMATIC SYSTEM.................................................................................................................... 13 OTHER REQUIREMENTS .............................................................................................................. 14 NAMEPLATES ................................................................................................................................ 15 INSPECTION AND TESTING ......................................................................................................... 16 DRAWINGS AND DOCUMENTATION ........................................................................................... 17 SPARE PARTS ............................................................................................................................... 17 SHIPPING, PROTECTION AND PACKAGING .............................................................................. 17 WARRANTY .................................................................................................................................... 17 REFERENCES ................................................................................................................................ 18

APPENDICES APPENDIX 1 WELLHEAD CONTROL PANEL, HYDRAULIC SUPPLY SYSTEM .................................... 19 APPENDIX 2 WELLHEAD CONTROL PANEL, FUNCTION LOGICS LOCATION DIAGRAM .................. 20 APPENDIX 3 WELLHEAD CONTROL PANEL, PNEUMATIC – HYDRAULIC TYPE, COMMON SECTION SCHEMATIC ........................................................................................................................ 21 APPENDIX 4 WELLHEAD CONTROL PANEL, PNEUMATIC – HYDRAULIC TYPE, WELL CONTROL MODULE SCHEMATIC ........................................................................................................ 22 APPENDIX 5 WELLHEAD CONTROL PANEL, PNEUMATIC – HYDRAULIC TYPE, GENERAL ARRANGEMENT ................................................................................................................. 23 APPENDIX 6 WELLHEAD CONTROL PANEL, ELECTRONIC – HYDRAULIC TYPE, COMMON SECTION SCHEMATIC ....................................................................................................... 24 APPENDIX 7 WELLHEAD CONTROL PANEL, ELECTRONIC – HYDRAULIC TYPE, WELL CONTROL MODULE SCHEMATIC ........................................................................................................ 25 APPENDIX 8 WELLHEAD CONTROL PANEL, ELECTRONIC – HYDRAULIC TYPE GENERAL ARRANGEMENT ................................................................................................................. 26

PTS 32.01.30.40 May 2011 Page 1 1. INTRODUCTION

1.1.

Scope 1.1.1. This specification covers the minimum requirements for all the wellhead control panels to be installed on oil and gas offshore platforms. The wellhead control panel shall comprise a high pressure hydraulic system to operate surface and sub-surface safety valves. The well head control panel may be either fully pneumatic logic or fully electronic logic for local hydraulic control of wellhead valve operations. No deviation from this standard will be permitted unless each deviation is initiated or approved in writing by the Principal.

1.1.2.

1.1.3.

1.2.

Distribution, Intended Use and Regulatory Considerations 1.2.1. Unless otherwise authorised by PETRONAS, the distribution of this PTS is confined to companies forming part of PETRONAS or managed by a Group company, and to Contractors and Manufacturers/Suppliers nominated by them. This PTS is intended for use in oil refineries, chemical plants, gas plants, exploration and production facilities and supply/marketing installations. When PTS are applied, a Management of Change (MOC) process should be implemented. This is of particular importance when existing facilities are to be modified. If national and/or local regulations exist in which some of the requirements are more stringent than in this manual, the Contractor shall determine by careful scrutiny which of the requirements are the more stringent and which combination of requirements will be acceptable as regards safety, economic and legal aspects. In all cases, the Contractor shall inform the Principalof any deviation from the requirements of this document which is considered to be necessary in order to comply with national and/or local regulations. The Principalmay then negotiate with the authorities concerned with the objective of obtaining agreement to follow this document as closely as possible.

1.2.2.

1.2.3.

1.3.

Definitions 1.3.1. General definitions The Contractor is the party which carries out all or part of the design, engineering, procurement, construction, commissioning or management of a project or operation of a facility. The Principal may undertake all or part of the duties of the Contractor. The Manufacturer/Supplier/Vendor is the party which manufactures or supplies equipment and services to perform the duties specified by the Contractor. The Principalis the party which initiates the project and ultimately pays for its design andconstruction. The Principalwill generally specify the technical requirements. The Principalmay also include an agent or consultant authorized to act for, and on behalf of, the Project. The word “shall” indicates a requirement.

PTS 32.01.30.40 May 2011 Page 2 The word “should” indicates a recommendation. 1.3.2. Specific Definitions Common Section: refers to part of Wellhead Control Panel (WHCP) containing indicators and pushbuttons for controlling all wells. Fail safe design: shutdown system that is designed to trigger whenever the signal or the power is de-energized pneumatic, hydraulic signal or supply is lost or depressurized. Self-contained WHCP: wellhead control panel where the sensing instruments, logic circuits, hydraulic reservoir and manual hydraulic pump resides in the packaged panel. The panel is ready to function when connected to instrument air or gas supply, process sensing points, external shutdown signals and to the final elements; wellhead valves. Surface valve(s): refer to wellhead SSV and WV (if applicable). Subsurface valve: refers to wellhead SCSSV. Total surface shutdown: refers to shutdown of all wellhead surface valves. Total subsurface shutdown: refers to shutdown of all wellhead surface and subsurface valves. Well Control Module (WCM): refers to a removable drawer type unit that houses the active control of a single well string. WCM – Spare: the same as WCM but not connected to any live well string and acts as a standby WCM which can be used either as maintenance WCM spare or a future well string. WCM – blank plate: an empty WCM slot / space complete with mounting frame to enable to insert WCM for future use andcovered with a blank plate Well Slot Number: the number of allocated space in the wellhead area at the facilities to be used for the wellhead / Christmas trees. Well String is the number of perforated and completed wells in the allocated well slots to be connected to the production facilities through the flowline. Well flowline is the piping that connects the completed well string to the production / test header.

PTS 32.01.30.40 May 2011 Page 3 1.3.3. Abbreviations API RP ASME ASTM ESD FAT IEC IP IPF O.D. PSD PTS P & ID RF SAT SCSSV SIL SIS SSV SWG UL WCM WHCP WV W.T. American Petroleum Institute – Recommended Practices American Society of Mechanical Engineer American Society for Testing of Materials Emergency Shutdown Factory Acceptance Test International Electro-technical Commission Ingress Protection Instrumented Protective Function Outside Diameter Process Shutdown PETRONAS Technical Standard Piping and Instrumentation Diagram Raised Face Site Acceptance Test Surface Controlled Sub-Surface Safety Valve Safety Integrity Level Safety Instrumented System Surface Safety Valve Standard Wire Gauge Underwriters Laboratories Well Control Module Wellhead Control Panel Wing Valve Wall Thickness

2.

GENERAL

2.1.

Environment Ambient Temperature: 18 °C minimum* 34 °C maximum* (Up to 50° within enclosure)* Precipitation: Tropical climate with heavy rainfall during monsoon period* Relative humidity: Up to 100% maximum with possibility of consideration due to temperature changes Others Sprays of drilling mud from the wellhead area Sprays of water while washing/sweeping top decks

Note: * If the environmental conditions as stipulated in a particular project are more stringent than the above, then the project conditions shall prevail.

PTS 32.01.30.40 May 2011 Page 4 2.2. Area Classification The panel and its components shall be design to meet or exceed the protection for hazardous area classification of Zone 1, Gas Group IIA, and Temperature Class T3. 2.3. Utilities Available Pneumatic Supply: Pneumatic supply and control pressure requirements shall be as described in the Project Specification. Electric Power Supply: Electric power supply requirements shall be as described in the Project Specification.

3.

DESIGN OF WELLHEAD CONTROL PANEL

3.1.

General 3.1.1. Hydraulic actuators shall be selected for wellhead actuated valves. Any deviation shall be subject to Principal approval. 3.1.2. The panel shall be designed to control the opening and closing of the hydraulic actuators for SCSSV, SSVand WV (where applicable) on each of the well strings. 3.1.3. Instrument Project Engineer and Drilling Engineer / Completion Engineer shall work closely to ensure correct design match between WHCP and the wellhead actuated valves. 3.1.4. For facilities where microprocessor based shutdown system (SIS) is available, WHCP shall be designed to contain interface instrumentations to be driven by the logic circuits residing in the SIS. The WHCP shall have the capability to manually open / close the wellhead valves and be equipped with necessary statuses / indicators to enable easy operation, troubleshooting and maintenance. 3.1.5. For hydraulic actuator applications, the control driver shall normally be pneumatic with instrument air or gas shall be used as the control medium. Low pressure hydraulic may be used to replace the pneumatic if it is not available. High pressure solenoid may be used as dump valve with approval from the Principal. 3.1.6. For facilities with minimum electric power supply or not available at all, the WHCP shall be designed complete with pneumatic logic functions residing in the panel to perform the required wellhead valves operations. 3.1.7. Each well control system shall be housed in an independent module (WCM) that shall be designed as a standard drawer type for easy removal and replacement. 3.1.8. WHCP shall be designed with the maximum number of WCM as much as twice of the number of the facility well slots with the assumption of two well string each well slot. Minimum 20% or one module shall be allocated for the number of spares and the remaining space shall be covered with blank plates. The Project Instrument Engineer shall be in close communication with the Drilling / Completion Engineer in finalizing the number of well strings / flowlines to optimize the number of WCM in WHCP.

PTS 32.01.30.40 May 2011 Page 5 3.1.9. One WHCP shall only contain as much 32 WCM (Note-1 in Table 3-1). When the required WCM is more than 32, it shall be divided into two identical panels. For guideline refer to the following Table 3-1 Number of WCM in WHCP.

Table 3-1 Number of WCM in Wellhead Control Panel
Number of Well Slot Number of Flowline Number of panel (Note-1) Number of WCM each WHCP WCM WCM – Spare Blank Plate Maximum Number of WCM Space in each WHCP 8 12 20 24 32 20 28 32

4 2 1 2 2 4 6 6 1 6 2 4 9 12 1 12 2 6 12 18 1 18 4 2 16 20 1 20 7 5 20 30 2 15 3 2 28 32 2 16 2 10 32 48 2 24 4 4 Note: 1. Actual number of panels and the WCM’s shall be determined during project execution by considering the available space.

PTS 32.01.30.40 May 2011 Page 6 3.2. Control Logics 3.2.1. General 3.2.1.1. WHCP shall be designed with fail safe system. 3.2.1.2. The control logics shall be designed so that: 3.2.1.2.1. On starting the well, SCSSV shall be opened first and then followed by the surface valves (SSV and WV if applicable). 3.2.1.2.2. On stopping well production, the surface valves shall be closed first and then followed by the SCSSV. 3.2.1.2.3. The associated pump shall stop when the hydraulic reservoir experience low level. 3.2.1.3. The following shutdown operations shall be possible: 3.2.1.3.1. Local initiation of individual surface valve(s) and subsurface valve closures from hand buttons on the front of each well control module. 3.2.1.3.2. Local initiation of total surface shutdown from a pushbutton located on the front of the common section. 3.2.1.3.3. Local initiation of total subsurface shutdown from a pushbutton on the front of the common section. 3.2.1.3.4. Remote shutdown for all surface valves (PSD). 3.2.1.3.5. Remote shutdown for all subsurface valves (ESD). 3.2.2. Pneumatic – Hydraulic System 3.2.2.1. Pneumatic – hydraulic control logics shall be applied for facilities where there is no or minimum electric power supply is available in the facilities so that the shutdown system is only available using pneumatic. 3.2.2.2. Pneumatic – hydraulic WCM shall accommodate the connection to the flowline high low pressure pilot to shutdown of the well when triggered. 3.2.2.3. Volume bottle and flow control shall be provided to implement the required time delay in the wellhead valves operation sequences. 3.2.2.4. The panel shall be designed with local manual reset feature. 3.2.2.5. A bypass facility shall be provided in the WCM to enable to inhibit the high low pilot from triggering shutdown during start-up and maintenance work. 3.2.2.6. A remote bypass electronic indication facility shall be provided to remind the Operator to release the bypass switch before leaving the facilities. Electric pressure switch shall be provided and the wires shall be terminated in the junction box located in WHCP to convert the pneumatic signal to electronic indication. Refer to ATTACHMENT IV, Drawing No: I-32013040-12: WELLHEAD CONTROL PANEL, PNEUMATIC – HYDRAULIC TYPE, WELL CONTROL MODULE SCHEMATIC. 3.2.2.7. The attached drawings shall be used as references but for actual design and operation requirements, Project specifications and drawings shall be referred.

PTS 32.01.30.40 May 2011 Page 7 3.2.3. Electro – Pneumatic – Hydraulic System 3.2.3.1. This system covers the electronic – pneumatic – hydraulic control logics that integrate the operation of pneumatic – hydraulic logic panel with the microprocessor based shutdown system (SIS), with pneumatic driven pump. 3.2.3.2. All WHCP control logics, e.g. opening / closing sequence and time delay of wellhead valves shall be implemented in the SIS shutdown system. The WHCP shall provide the necessary interface for the SIS input/output signals to ensure the WHCP functions become integral part of the shutdown system. The mentioned interface instrumentation shall include but not limited to solenoid valves, pressure transmitters and etc. 3.2.3.3. The WHCP shall be completed with necessary panel operating / status indications, pushbuttons for close/open and reset functions for individual well and overall well operations. 3.2.3.4. Local or remote reset features shall be designed in line with the plant operating philosophy. When SCSSV is closed after ESD is actuated, the opening shall only be possible at WHCP. 3.2.3.5. The attached drawings shall be used as references but for actual design and operation requirements, Project specifications and drawings shall be referred. 3.2.4. Electro – Hydraulic System 3.2.4.1. This system covers the electronic – hydraulic control logics that integrate the operation of hydraulic logic panel with the microprocessor based shutdown system (SIS), with electric driven pump. 3.2.4.2. Both SCSSV’s and SSV’s shall be supplied by individual hydraulic pumps. The pump shall be electric motor driven and low pressure hydraulic control logic shall be used to drive the high pressure hydraulic dump valves that control the operations of SCSSV, SSV and WV (if applicable). Solenoid valves shall be used as the interface to the SIS to control the low pressure hydraulic logic operations. High pressure solenoid valve application requires approval from the Principal. 3.2.4.3. All WHCP control logics, e.g. opening / closing sequence and time delay of wellhead valves shall be implemented in the SIS shutdown system. The WHCP shall provide the necessary interface for the SIS input/output signals to ensure the WHCP functions become integral part of the shutdown system. The mentioned interface instrumentation shall include but not limited to solenoid valves, hydraulic dump valve, pressure transmitters and etc. 3.2.4.4. Electro-hydraulic system is recommended for onshore clustered wellhead design, instead of self-contained WHCPs. 3.2.4.5. For applications where modular type WHCP requirements are not justified, self contained standard WHCP may be used.

3.3.

Indicators, PushbuttonsandElectronic Instruments 3.3.1. Indicators 3.3.1.1. Pressure gauges shall be used to indicate pressure of the panel components and output signals, e.g. incoming instrument air / gas supply, regulated supply, pump discharge pressures, supply pressure to the wellhead valves and etc. 3.3.1.2. Pressure gauges shall be heavy duty, safety pattern,and precision type with stainless steel movement, micrometer pointer and ¼" NPT connection.

PTS 32.01.30.40 May 2011 Page 8 Gauges shall have stainless steel casing and flush panel mounted with shatter proof glass and blow-out plug. Minimum gauge size shall be 50 mm for the modules and 100 mm for the common section. Each pressure gauge measuring the pump discharge shall be provided with a snubber. 3.3.1.3. Pressure gauges shall comply with PTS 32.31.00.32 requirements. 3.3.1.4. Pneumatic status indicators shall be used for WHCP with pneumatic – hydraulic system to indicate healthiness of the signal status; e.g. total surface and total subsurface shutdown headers, external total surface shutdown (PSD) and total subsurface (ESD). Refer to the attachments. 3.3.1.5. LED indicators shall be used for WHCP with the SIS driven logics (electronic – hydraulic system). 3.3.2. Pushbuttons 3.3.2.1. Manualpushbuttons on the front side of each WCM shall be provided for local initiation of individual surface and subsurface valve closures. 3.3.2.2. Manualpushbuttons shall be provided on the front side of common section for local initiation of total surface shutdown (PSD) and total subsurface shutdown (ESD). 3.3.2.3. For pneumatic/hydraulic control applications, mushroom headed button shall be used with pull to shutdown and push to reset features. If this feature is not possible, protective cover shall be provided for the button with “push to shutdown and pull to reset button” feature. 3.3.2.4. For electronic application; open, close and reset pushbuttonssuitable for hazardous area classification shall be installed on the front side of the panel.For individual well control, the pushbuttons shall be installed just outside of the WCM front panel to allow WCM removal without disturbing the internal wirings. 3.3.2.5. The electric pushbuttons shall be flush panel mounted type to prevent accidental actuation. 3.3.3. Electronic Instruments 3.3.3.1. Electronic pressure transmitters shall be used for electronic – hydraulic and electro – hydraulic systems to monitor the SSV pumps discharge header pressure, accumulator pressure, signal pressure to SCSSV, SSV and WV (if applicable). The monitoring signals shall be sent to DCS for operational display. Refer to ATTACHMENT VI, Drawing No: I-32013040-21: WELLHEAD CONTROL PANEL, ELECTRONIC – HYDRAULIC TYPE, COMMON SECTION SCHEMATIC. 3.3.3.2. Electronic pressure transmitters used to monitor the signal pressure to SCSSV, SSV and WV (if applicable) shall be installed outside of the WCM to enable module removal without interrupting the wirings. 3.3.3.3. Electronic level transmitters shall be provided for electronic – hydraulic and electro – hydraulic systems to monitor the hydraulic level in the reservoir and to trip the associated hydraulic pumps and the affected wellhead valves when the level drops below the set point. The level signals shall be processed through the shutdown system (SIS). 3.3.3.4. For electro – pneumatic – hydraulic and electro – hydraulic systems, pressure switches shall not be used. 3.3.3.5. All instrumentation connected to the SIS shall be installed according to IPF classification.

PTS 32.01.30.40 May 2011 Page 9 3.4. Panel Construction 3.4.1. Panel Structure 3.4.1.1. Panel shall have a degree of protection of at least IP 54 to IEC 60529, and shall be suitable for a salt laden marine environment and be able to be subjected to mud spray during drilling and well work over operations. 3.4.1.2. The panel shall be a free standing self-supporting structure and shall be provided with plinth fabricated from 100 mm channel. 3.4.1.3. The panel faces shall be fabricated to at least 3 mm 316 stainless steel plates that shall be of prime stock and shall be free from tool or clamp marks. All joints shall be hairline construction. 3.4.1.4. Welded construction shall be used throughout and continuous.Spot welding shall not be acceptable. 3.4.1.5. Adequate number of lifting lugs shall be provided at the top of the panel. Vendor shall provide the calculations and lifting procedures. The frame work shall be of sufficient strength to allow a fully equipped panel to be lifted without causing distortion. 3.4.1.6. The panel shall be designed and constructed to accommodate the installation of the instruments and equipments as described in this specification and as shown in ATTACHMENT V, Drawing No: I-32013040-13: WELLHEAD CONTROL PANEL, PNEUMATIC – HYDRAULIC TYPE, GENERAL ARRANGEMENT and ATTACHMENT VIII, Drawing No: I32013040-23: WELLHEAD CONTROL PANEL, ELECTRONIC – HYDRAULIC TYPE, GENERAL ARRANGEMENT. Dimensions given are for guidance only and are dictated by space availability on offshore platforms. Any suggested changes to affect a reduction in the overall panel size, at no sacrifice to operability and accessibility, will be considered provided all such changes are only made with Principal approval. 3.4.1.7. Hinged lift-off doors with handles and integral locks shall be provided at the rear of the panel complete with mechanism to keep the door fully open for ease of maintenance with release of this mechanism to close the door. 3.4.1.8. Pocket shall be provided at the panel inside to store the required A-3 sized panel drawings. 3.4.1.9. The panel bottom plate shall be designed to slope down to drain points that are connected to ¾” pipe below the panel, running to either side of the panel through the plinth complete with a 150# RF flange for connection to the platform open drain. One drain point shall be provided for WHCP that is designed four WCM’s (one column). For 2,000 mm panel length or less, two drain points shall be provided and for longer panel, additional drain points with a maximum of 1500 mm spacing shall be provided. 3.4.1.10. Panel enclosure designed for four WCM’s shall be equipped with one 1” vent complete with flame arrestor to be located at the top of the panel. For larger panel, additional vent(s) and flame arrestor(s) shall be provided with a maximum spacing of 2,000 mm.

3.4.2. Well Control Module 3.4.2.1. The well control modules shall be secured to the main frame by means of slotted head stainless steel bolt of the recessed and quarter turn type. The modules shall be fitted in such a way that the IP 54 rating is maintained. The front of each module shall be provided with handles to facilitate withdrawal from the front of the panel. The front plate shall be used for sealing and

PTS 32.01.30.40 May 2011 Page 10 fastening purposes only, the weight of the module being fully supported by the internal rails. 3.4.2.2. A safety locking mechanism shall be provided at the back of each WCM to avoid accidental fall on the person’s feet while removing the well control module (WCM). 3.4.2.3. Layout of components within the module shall be designed to facilitate adjustments of pumps discharge pressures and valves open/close time delays (if applicable) without removal of the module from the panel. These adjustments shall be located at the rear of the module. 3.4.2.4. WCM shall be equipped with bulkhead connectors located at the rear of the module to connect to WHCP components. These bulkhead connectors shall be arranged in such a way that they can be reached easily by lifting off the back covers.

3.4.3. Tubing and Connections 3.4.3.1. External tubing connections of the panel to/ from field instruments, other pneumatic panel and etc. shall be done using union bulkheads to be located preferably through the bottom or side of the panel. Top entry tubing bulkhead is not recommended unless approved by the Principal. 3.4.3.2. Union bulkhead shall be located in close vicinity of panel components connections to minimize tubing crossing inside the panel. 3.4.3.3. All tubing runs shall be in either horizontal or vertical plane, carefully grouped for accessibility and ease in tracing lines, and clamped for rigidity. All bends shall be made with standard bending tools of the correct size. All bends shall at right angles. All tubing shall be cut using wheel tube cutters. 3.4.3.4. All tubings for connections to WCM shall be completed with block valves to allow isolation to remove the module without interfering panel operation.

PTS 32.01.30.40 May 2011 Page 11 4. HYDRAULIC SYSTEM

4.1.

General 4.1.1. The wellhead control panel hydraulic shall comprise of supply system (located in the common section) and well control modules. 4.1.2. The hydraulic supply system shall, as a minimum, consist of reservoirs, filtration units, pumps, supply lines, return lines, accumulators and the required control instrumentations. 4.1.3. The well control module shall be equipped with individual pneumatic driven hydraulic pump for SCSSV complete with a dump valve to control itsopening / closing. 4.1.4. The WCM shall also function to distribute the hydraulic supply from the common section to the SSV’s and WV’s (where applicable) complete with the required control instrumentations. 4.1.5. On opening of the subsurface valve, automatic two-stage pressurization shall be provided with initial pressurization shall be to the equalizing pressure of the valve. This pressure will be increased to the full operating pressure after an adjustable time delay of 5 to 7 minutes. Individual adjustment of equalising and final pressure shall be provided. Actual time delay setting shall be determined based on the consultation with the Completion Engineer. 4.1.6. Hydraulic circuits are to be rated to 415 bar for SSV, and 420 bar for SCSSV and manual header. Pump discharge relief valves shall be set to these figures. Hydraulic supply tubings shall be 3/8" O.D x 0.065" W.T. 316 SS seamless. Hydraulic returns, vents and suctions where there is no restriction to flow, may be rated to lower pressures and shall utilise ½" O.D. x 0.049" W.T. 316 SS seamless tubing. 4.1.7. The hydraulic system shall be sized based on the worst case figures below but sizing calculations shall be carried out for each individual application, worst case figures to be revised if necessary. SSV SCSSV Maximum actuator swept volume 2 litre 1 litre Minimum pressure to actuate valve 200 bar 300 bar Maximum actuator pressure rating 415 bar 420 bar Maximum opening time, single valve 1 minute* 1 minute Maximum closing time, simultaneous 15 seconds 45 seconds operation of all valves * SSV opening from accumulator. Accumulator shall be recharged in not more than 5 minutes.

PTS 32.01.30.40 May 2011 Page 12 4.1.8. For the purpose of sizing, it will be assumed that the SSV is connected via 30 m of 3/8" O.D x 0.065" W.T. 316 SS seamless tubing and the SCSSV is connected via 150 m of 3/8" O.D x 0.065" W.T. 316 SS seamless tubing. 4.1.9. Vendor shall be responsible for the proper sizing of the pumps, dump valves, accumulators and reservoirs required for the service. Vendor shall supply his sizing calculations for Principal approval based on the total number of well strings, including future, specified in the equipment requisition and/or Purchase Order. 4.1.10. Hydraulic oil used shall be PETRONAS Jenteram 32 or appropriate PETRONAS hydraulic oil. Water based hydraulic medium shall be approved by the Principal.

4.2.

Hydraulic Supply System

4.2.1. Reservoir 4.2.1.1. Two hydraulic reservoirs shall be provided and mounted on either on top of orin the common section. The two reservoirs shall be formed by a leak tight partition in a common container which shall be joined together by an overflow connection or weir. 4.2.1.2. Reservoirs shall be sized to meet the requirements of paragraphs 4.1.7. through 4.1.9.with the minimum level at 40% with all wellhead valves open and 80% level when all wellhead valves closed. 4.2.1.3. Each of the reservoirs shall be provided with drain plug, filler cap complete with 40 μm strainer, clean-out plate and sight glass to permit convenient routine check of hydraulic fluid levels. 4.2.1.4. An automatic low level shutdown to close all affected SSV's and SCSSV's shall be provided. 4.2.1.5. A common relief tube complete with flame arrestor shall be provided at the top of the reservoir to relieve pressure in the event of gas leakage via the SCSSV actuating line. 4.2.1.6. Each reservoir shall be connected to dual filtration unit.

4.2.2. Pumps 4.2.2.1. Two primary pneumatically operated pumps complete with manual operators shall be provided to supply hydraulic oil to operate the SSV's and WV’s (where applicable). The pumps shall be located at the common section. 4.2.2.2. The pumps shall be positive displacement types, single or double acting with integral check valves. Piston shall be directly actuated by a reciprocating pneumatic piston or diaphragm controlled by an attached spool valve operated by the actuator at each end of its travel. Metallic parts shall be 316 SS. Seals and other non-metallic parts shall be suitable for use with hydraulic oil and hydrocarbon gas. 4.2.2.3. Each pump takes its suction from a separate reservoir through a dual filtration unit (10 μm strainers) that is completed with the necessary block valve arrangements to permit on line cleaning and replacement. The pump outlet shall be connected via a discharge header to all the modules in each group. 4.2.2.4. Each pump shall be capable of supplying the total number of the specified well strings.

PTS 32.01.30.40 May 2011 Page 13 4.2.2.5. All hydraulic pump inlets shall be provided with dual strainers complete with the necessary block valve arrangement to permit on line cleaning and replacement. Strainers will be common to all pumps taking their suction from one reservoir. An isolating valve shall be provided in the suction of each pump to allow pump removal. 4.2.2.6. An interconnecting valve shall permit either SSV pump to operate both SSV circuits. It shall not be possible for an SSV pump to operate an SCSSV and vice versa. 4.2.2.7. Individual pneumatically-operated hydraulic pump shall be provided in each well control module to operate the well SCSSV's. The pumps in each WCM group shall take their suction from one of two suction headers, each connected to the associated reservoir. 4.2.2.8. A back-up pneumatically-operated pump equipped with a manual operator shall be connected to all the well control modules to provide back-up hydraulic supply pressure for the SCSSV. 4.2.2.9. The back-up pump shall be connected to both reservoirs via isolating valves in such a way that fluid transfer between the two reservoirs is not possible. 4.2.2.10. Each pump discharge line shall be provided with isolating valve for pump removal, a check valve in addition to pump integral check valves, and a pressure relief valve discharging to the hydraulic return header. Relief valves shall not be set to more than the pressure rating of any downstream component. 4.2.3. Distribution 4.2.3.1. The system shall be divided into two groups of supplies and distributions to reduce risk of failure. To increase the flexibilities, the inlets and distribution lines are completed with interconnecting valves that shall normally be in closed positions. Refer to ATTACHMENT I, Drawing No: I-32013040-01: WELLHEAD CONTROL PANEL, HYDRAULIC SUPPLY SYSTEM. 4.2.3.2. Each of the SSV pump distributions shall be equipped with single hydraulic accumulator that shall be sized to operate any one SSV of maximum swept volume (see 4.1.7) through at least two cycles (a cycle refers to one open and one close operation). 4.2.3.3. The accumulators shall be appropriately selected for either nitrogen-charged piston type or bladder type. Accumulators shall be certified pressure vessels. 4.2.3.4. The accumulators shall be supplied complete with accumulator charge kit. 4.2.3.5. Two hydraulic return headers shall be provided such that hydraulic fluid is returned to the reservoir from which it is drawn.

5.

PNEUMATIC SYSTEM 5.1. Incoming air or gas supply shall be via dual filters and regulators set at 5.5 barg complete with block valve arrangement for on line replacement and cleaning, and shall be provided with automatic drain facility. An additional pair of filter regulators shall be provided downstream of the main incoming filter regulators to supply the pneumatic control circuits at 3.5 barg. Individual pressure regulators shall be provided on hydraulic pumps air supply lines to allow adjustment of discharge pressure. These regulators shall be adjustable from the rear of the control panel.

5.2.

5.3.

PTS 32.01.30.40 May 2011 Page 14 5.4. Air supply tubing shall be 3/8" O.D. x 0.035" W.T. 316 SS seamless tubing and air signal tubing shall be ¼" O.D. x 0.035" W.T. 316 SS seamless tubing. Pneumatic system shall be sized such, that surface and subsurface valves on a fully equipped module can be operated within the required minimum time specified in 4.1.6. For hydrocarbon gas application as the operating medium, all vents and exhausts shall be connected to a common vent header and piped out by using DN40 (1 ½”) 150# RF flange connection located at the top or top part of the panel and routed to the safe area, e.g. vent boom. The panel vent header shall not be combined with the process vent header.

5.5.

5.6.

6.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS 6.1. Stainless steel tubing shall be seamless, fully annealed, to ASTM A269 TP 316, hardness (Rockwell) RB 80 or less with Molybdenum content not less than 2.5%. All compression fittings shall be SS316 stainless steel with double ferrule NPT type. The junction box shall be of SS 316 material and be of increased safety type suitable for Zone 1 and Gas Group IIA of Temperature Class T3, and have a minimum ingress of protection of IP 65 to IEC 60529. All block valves shall be of ball valve construction to ensure quick actions and a positive leak proof shut off. The complete valve shall be SS 316 stainless steel including locking rims etc. All valves shall be 316 stainless steel materials. All other metallic material used in the panel construction shall be of 316 stainless steel materials. Mill certification is required for panel sheet, frame and tubing and ASME/ULcertification is required for accumulators. Connections for portable reservoir oil filtration unit,complete with isolating valves, shall be provided each reservoir drain line and each of the return lines. Earth bosses shall be provided at least two (2) numbers located at each of the panel sides.

6.2. 6.3.

6.4.

6.5. 6.6.

6.7.

6.8.

PTS 32.01.30.40 May 2011 Page 15 7. NAMEPLATES 7.1. The panel, modules, sub-assemblies, controls, indicators and components shall be clearly and adequately identified. Wherever applicable, Piping and Instrumentation Diagram (P & ID) tag numbers shall be used. Labels shall be of laminated plastic, white/black/white, minimum 1.5 mm thick. Labels shall be attached by 316 stainless steel screws. Where location precludes attachment directly to the item, the label shall be attached to a purpose made adjacent bracket or, less preferably, shall be wired on using 0.8 mm2 (18 SWG)wire. Adhesive or flexible labels are not acceptable. Where controls, indicators or components are identified by coding symbols (other than P & ID tag numbers) a permanent coding legend plate shall be attached to the equipment in a convenient position. The legend shall also be incorporated in relevant drawings. Nameplate schedule and construction, giving label size, letter size and actual engraving, shall be subjected to Principal approval.

7.2.

7.3.

7.4.

7.5.

Each well control module shall be fitted with 2 tags, e.g. 7.5.1. One permanently attached tag engravedwith the wellhead number as shown in the P & I D or Project designdrawings on the upper left part of the module. 7.5.2. One removable blanktag to be filled after drilling completed to be located at the upper right part of the module.

7.6.

Two sets of laminated A-3 sized flow schematics drawings, termination diagrams and operation procedure for nitrogen charging kit shall be provided in the panel for reference during maintenance works.

PTS 32.01.30.40 May 2011 Page 16 8. INSPECTION AND TESTING 8.1. PETRONAS or its authorized representative shall prior to fabrication, review all documentationsuch as material certificates, welding procedures, etc. to ensure compliance with PETRONASspecifications. PETRONAS or its authorized representatives shall have free and immediate access to theVendor's facilities to inspect the unit at any stage during fabrication to assure that thematerials and workmanship meet the requirements of this specification and of the applicablecodes and standards. The complete panel with all equipment installed and connected shall be pressuretested for any leak in the system in the presence of PETRONAS Authorised Representative.The hydraulic lines shall be pressure tested for 24 hours at maximum operating pressureusing the specified hydraulic fluid. The pneumatic lines shall be leak-tested at 1.5 times the maximum operating air supply pressure.. A functional test of the entire system shall be conducted in the presence of PETRONAS Authorised Representative at the Vendor's facilities with input and output simulation. The FAT procedure shall be approved prior to commencement of FAT. 8.5. The Vendor shall advise PETRONAS minimum of two weeks in advance of the date on which the final acceptance tests are due to commence. All associated documents and drawings shall have been approved and made available to PETRONAS prior to notice of FAT. Prior to the factory acceptance test the panel shall be thoroughly tested by Vendor in thepresence of PETRONAS Authorised Representative and these shall include 100% visual inspection including labelling, function test of mechanical features and functional test of electrical pneumatic and hydraulic circuits. The report of this internal test shall be made available to PETRONAS. Vendor shall ensure that all necessary equipment, services etc. that may be required for the test are available.. All defective components shall be replaced immediatelyand re-tested. As one of the Site Acceptance Test items, the panel shall be function tested with all wellhead valves connected with the SSVand WV (if applicable) with closing time of maximum 15 seconds.

8.2.

8.3.

8.4.

8.6.

8.7.

8.8.

PTS 32.01.30.40 May 2011 Page 17 9. DRAWINGS AND DOCUMENTATION 9.1. Vendor shall furnish the specified number of copies of all applicable drawings, data, schedules, manuals and other documents as specified in Project Specifications. Before commencing manufacture of equipment modules and cabinets, complete manufacturing drawings are to be submitted to the PETRONAS for approval. Vendor shall be responsible for the updating of all documentation for his system throughout the site installation period.

9.2.

9.3.

10. SPARE PARTS 10.1. Vendor shall provide two separate spare lists, one covering spares required for start-up and the second covering the spares required for one year of operation. Each list shall contain itemised prices based on the delivery of the parts concurrent with the equipment. 10.2. All spare parts furnished by the Vendor shall be wrapped and packaged so that they will be preserved in original as new condition under the normal conditions of storage and shall be properly tagged and coded so that later identifications as to intended equipment usage will be facilitated. They shall be packaged separately clearly marked as "Spare Parts" and shipped at the same time as the equipment.

11. SHIPPING, PROTECTION AND PACKAGING 11.1. Upon acceptance by PETRONAS, the Vendor shall dismantle the equipment into separate cabinets which will then be crated for shipment as individual units. The basic cabinet shall be crated as an individual unit. Expansion cabinets shall be bolted together in manageable groups and crated as separate units. 11.2. All instruments that could be damaged in shipment shall be removed, tagged and crated in water proof boxes. The boxes shall protect the instruments in accordance with their sensitivity to dynamic loads and will have a static desiccating container placed inside the water proof wrapping. 11.3. Screwed connections shall be protected with threaded forged steel plugs. All openings, threaded connections, and cables exposed as a result of instrument removal shall be protected in a manner to prevent damage during shipment by use of conduit plugs or rigid conduit boxes. 11.4. All panels shall be fully protected against the detrimental effects of moisture, salt, dust, vibration and shock, and extremes of temperature which the equipment may be subjected to during shipment and transportation. 11.5. The panel shall be crated to prevent mechanical damage and be completely water proof for outdoor storage. All crates shall be suitable for sling lifting and lifting by a fork-lift truck.

12. WARRANTY 12.1. The Vendor shall extend warranty to all items comprising or contained within the Wellhead Control Panel as specified herein. The panel shall be guaranteed against malfunction, partial or complete failure, resulting from or attributable to: 12.1.1. Sub-standard components and materials. 12.1.2. Incorrectly-rated components and materials. 12.1.3. Sub-standard workmanship, including but not limited to sub-standard design, construction, alignment and setting up.

PTS 32.01.30.40 May 2011 Page 18 12.1.4. Unsatisfactory installation where such installation is undertaken or recommended by Vendor, including damage to adjoining equipment. 12.1.5. Adjustments carried out strictly in accordance with Vendor's manuals or written instructions where those manuals or instructions are in error. 12.2. The Project specification shall specify the warranty requirements for the WHCP.. Vendor shall agree to replace at his own expense any article, material or workmanship which shall be found defective within the above mentioned time period.

13. REFERENCES The following PETRONAS Technical Standards and international Codes are applicable: PTS No 32.31.00.32 32.37.10.11 32.37.20.10 33.64.10.10 62.10.08.11 ASTM A450 IEC 61508 IEC 61511 IP Part-15 IEC 60079 Part-10 1.1.1 1.1.3 Titles Instruments For Measurement And Control Installation of on-line Instruments Instrument Signal Lines Electrical Engineering Guidelines Inspection and Functional Testing of Instruments Standard Specification for General Requirements for Carbon, Ferritic Alloy, and Austenitic Alloy Steel Tubes Functional Safety Of Electrical/Electronic/Programmable Electronic Safety-Related Systems Functional Safety – Safety Instrumented Systems For The Process Industry Sector Area Classification Code for installations Handling Flammable Fluids Classification Of Hazardous Areas 1.1.2 1.1.4

PTS 32.01.30.40 May 2011 Page 19 APPENDIX 1 WELLHEAD CONTROL PANEL, HYDRAULIC SUPPLY SYSTEM

PTS 32.01.30.40 May 2011 Page 20 APPENDIX 2 WELLHEAD CONTROL PANEL, FUNCTION LOGICS LOCATION DIAGRAM

PTS 32.01.30.40 May 2011 Page 21 APPENDIX 3 WELLHEAD CONTROL PANEL, PNEUMATIC – HYDRAULIC TYPE, COMMON SECTION SCHEMATIC

PTS 32.01.30.40 May 2011 Page 22 APPENDIX 4 WELLHEAD CONTROL PANEL, PNEUMATIC – HYDRAULIC TYPE, WELL CONTROL MODULE SCHEMATIC

PTS 32.01.30.40 May 2011 Page 23 APPENDIX 5 WELLHEAD CONTROL PANEL, PNEUMATIC – HYDRAULIC TYPE, GENERAL ARRANGEMENT

PTS 32.01.30.40 May 2011 Page 24 APPENDIX 6 WELLHEAD CONTROL PANEL, ELECTRONIC – HYDRAULIC TYPE, COMMON SECTION SCHEMATIC

PTS 32.01.30.40 May 2011 Page 25 APPENDIX 7 WELLHEAD CONTROL PANEL, ELECTRONIC – HYDRAULIC TYPE, WELL CONTROL MODULE SCHEMATIC

PTS 32.01.30.40 May 2011 Page 26 APPENDIX 8 WELLHEAD CONTROL PANEL, ELECTRONIC – HYDRAULIC TYPE GENERAL ARRANGEMENT

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