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CHARTER HIRE OF A FPSO FACILITY
D1 FIELD
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION GAS TURBINE
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION........................................................................................................................................ 5
PROJECT BACKGROUND...................................................................................................... 5
OBJECTIVES............................................................................................................................ 5
DEFINITIONS............................................................................................................................ 5
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GENERAL................................................................................................................................. 6
SCOPE OF SUPPLY AND SERVICES.....................................................................................6
Scope of Supply......................................................................................................... 6
Services...................................................................................................................... 7
Options....................................................................................................................... 8
Limits of Supply.......................................................................................................... 8
Responsibility Matrix and Deviation List.....................................................................9
TECHNICAL BID PROPOSAL SUBMISSION..........................................................................9
CONFLICTING REQUIREMENTS............................................................................................ 9
NOTIFICATION OF WORKS AND SERVICES BEING SUBCONTRACTED.........................10

DESIGN REQUIREMENTS...................................................................................................................... 11
GENERAL............................................................................................................................... 11
CLASS APPROVAL............................................................................................................... 11
CODES & STANDARDS......................................................................................................... 11
DESIGN CRITERIA................................................................................................................. 12
DESIGN DATA........................................................................................................................ 13
DESIGN & SERVICES FEATURES........................................................................................13
General..................................................................................................................... 13
Process Requirements (NOT APPLICABLE)............................................................14
Mechanical Requirements........................................................................................ 14
Electrical Requirements............................................................................................24
Instrumentation and Control Design.........................................................................24
Structural Requirements........................................................................................... 27
Design for Easy Maintenance...................................................................................27
Equipment and Piping Layout..................................................................................28
MATERIALS........................................................................................................................... 29
DESIGNATION AND NAME PLATES....................................................................................29
Designation............................................................................................................... 29
Name Plates............................................................................................................. 29
Material..................................................................................................................... 30
GUARANTEES......................................................................................................................................... 31
EQUIPMENT PERFORMANCE.............................................................................................. 31
PERFORMANCE GUARANTEES.......................................................................................... 31
OTHER GUARANTEES.......................................................................................................... 31
Vibration................................................................................................................... 31
Sound Pressure Level..............................................................................................31
QUALITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT, INSPECTIONS AND TESTS...............................32
QUALITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT REQUIREMENTS...............................32
Responsibility for Quality, Environmental Compatibility and Their Management......32
Qualification of the VENDOR....................................................................................32
Conformance to ISO Standards................................................................................32
Related Programs..................................................................................................... 32
Co-operation between VENDOR and PURCHASER................................................33
Quality Information Feedback...................................................................................33
INSPECTION AND TESTS..................................................................................................... 33
General..................................................................................................................... 33

........... 38 PROGRESS REPORTING...........................................CONSULTANTS: Doc...................................................................40 Commissioning...................................................................................60 APPENDIX E2: CONTENT AND ARRANGEMENT OF DOCUMENTS..............................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................................55 APPENDIX C5: PIPING AND INSTRUMENTATION DIAGRAM (P&ID)...........................................................................58 APPENDIX D1: EQUIPMENT DESIGN DATA SHEETS........................................ 39 GENERAL..........................................................................34 Certificate of Compliance..................................................................................................................................................................................................................................57 APPENDIX C7: LAYOUT PLAN.....................................40 APPENDICES.......................................................................... 39 TRANSPORTATION AND HANDLING................................................................. ENVIRONMENTAL AND METOCEAN DATA............................................................................................... 35 TOUCH-UP PAINTING ON SITE.......... 40 TRAINING AND TECHNICAL SERVICES...........................................................................................................................65 APPENDIX E3: BASS 2-YEAR SPARE PARTS FORM........................................ 34 PAINTING AND COATING...............................................................................................................49 APPENDIX C2: EQUIPMENT DESIGN CRITERIA......................................39 ERECTION & COMMISSIONING...............50 APPENDIX C3: SPECIFIC INSPECTION AND TEST REQUIREMENTS.... 39 Erection and Installation.............................................................................................................................................................................56 APPENDIX C6: APPLICABLE PROJECT REQUIREMENTS...........................35 PAINTING AND COATING.................................................35 PRESERVATION AND PROTECTION...........35 DOCUMENTATION AND PROGRESS REPORTING.......................... No : 206584220.....................59 APPENDIX E1: VENDOR DOCUMENT REGISTER LIST.......................................................... PRESERVATION AND PROTECTION....... 34 Site Commissioning I&T............ 39 STORAGE..................................... 34 Non-conformance Reporting.........................73 ....................................................51 APPENDIX C4: PAINTING & CORROSION PROTECTION REQUIREMENTS............................................................................................. 33 Site Installation I&T.............................................37 QUALITY RECORDS DOCUMENTATION.... 41 APPENDIX B1: RESPONSIBILITY MATRIX AND DEVIATION LIST..................................................... 37 ENGINEERING DOCUMENTS...................................37 INSTALLATION & ASSEMBLY DOCUMENTS................................................................................................................................................................................................37 GENERAL.........37 TRAINING DOCUMENTS...................................................................................................................................................................................... 39 PACKAGING....................................................................................doc Rev No : C Page : Page 4 of 73 Shop I&T................................................39 Final erection check and pre-commissioning .................................................. 38 SHIPMENT AND FIELD SERVICES......................................................................42 APPENDIX C1: UTILITY........................................................................................................................................37 OPERATION & MAINTENANCE (O&M) DOCUMENTS.......................................................................................................................................................................................................

OBJECTIVES This Specification summarizes the requirements for the FPSO and associated riser system only for use on the D1 Field. Company: Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) PURCHASER: Bumi Armada Berhad (BAB) Bidder/VENDOR: Any potential VENDOR invited to submit technical and price proposals for the scope of work and services described in this specification. VENDORs are encouraged to propose alternative arrangements. Any deviation from this specification must be explicitly approved by PURCHASER.doc Rev No : C Page : Page 5 of 73 INTRODUCTION PROJECT BACKGROUND Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC) are further developing the D1 Field located about 200 km to the west of Mumbai City. No : 206584220. DEFINITIONS The following words and expressions shall have the meanings hereby assigned to them except where the context otherwise requires. . Even though this specification is intended to state PURCHASER’s requirements. or specifications which may at face value deviated from the requirements of this specification. India in the Western Offshore area. but which would enable the VENDORs to offer a better cost-benefit solution whilst still generally meeting the implied intent of this specification. This specification is applicable to the FPSO for the D1 Field Development Project. configurations.CONSULTANTS: Doc.

SCOPE OF SUPPLY AND SERVICES Scope of Supply The VENDOR shall provide 3 X 50% (minimum 3 x 5.CONSULTANTS: Doc. Main components: • Electric generator • Gas turbine driver. and to the entire satisfaction of PURCHASER and its client. All workmanship shall be of acceptable standard of the oil & gas industry. and which shall be fully integrated and coordinated with all other system installations and equipment to fulfill the purpose intended. free from defects and of the same type. each GTG package shall consist of below main configuration and equipment. Each deviation from this specification must be declared during the bidding stage and approved by PURCHASER authorized representative in writing. having the general characteristics as detailed herein. All equipment and material provided by the VENDOR shall be new. The VENDOR is responsible to inform PURCHASER of any perceived discrepancies in this document and its references. long life and safe operation for the process conditions specified herein such alternatives shall be considered in addition to the requirements invoked in the specification. even though these have been approved by PURCHASER. before proceeding with the manufacturing of the equipment. default of which makes the VENDOR responsible for any errors or omissions therein.doc Rev No : C Page : Page 6 of 73 SCOPE GENERAL The objective of this specification is to specify and select equipment or packaged system. No : 206584220. standard and quality set forth in this specification. lubrication oil. high availability. duel fuel (gas and diesel) • Flexible couplings with non sparking coupling guards • Lubrication system • Diesel fuel system • Cooling system for gas. in accordance with this specification and recognized international or national standards or codes. Where the VENDOR can demonstrate improved technology options/development with a better reliability. of accepted engineering practice. The Gas Turbine Generator (GTG) shall comply with the technical requirements specified in this document. The alternative options must be proven and tested at least one year on a commercial level.5 MW) capacity GTG complete. etc .

Manufacturing and fabrication of equipment 4. etc • On-skid digital panels and instrumentation • All other instrumentation and control devices as required • Electrical equipment • All on-skid Electrical Power Cabling.doc Rev No : C Page : Page 7 of 73 • Conditioning Monitoring System • Unit Control Panel (UCP) • Gas turbine enclosure complete with pressurized ventilation system and associated inlet air. examinations & tests as specified. Engineering for equipment 2.CONSULTANTS: Doc. Fire Suppression System. exhaust systems and noise reduction devices. Inspections. No : 206584220. Fire & Gas Detection System. design review and Hazop meetings at PURCHASER’s office in Kuala Lumpur 5. slings. shackles) • Special tools for installation and maintenance (including turbine engine trolley if applicable) • Painting & coating • Preservation and packing • Labeling and tagging • Start Up and Commissioning Spare parts • Drawings and Documents as per VDRL (VENDOR Document Register List) Services The VENDOR shall provide all services which are necessary for the supply of the specified equipment as well as but not limited to the services below: 1. lighting. including but not limited to: • Factory Acceptance Testing • Systems Testing . Procurement of material 3. • Lifting aids (spreader bar. and Instrument Signal Cabling precabled to skid edge junction boxes • On-skid piping and valves • Thermal Insulation except for exhaust Ducting • Personnel Protection • Acoustic Insulation • Structural skid(s) for turbine and accessory equipment c/w hold-down materials and two (2) SS316 M12 x 50 mm earth bosses • HAZOP recommendation implementation • No DLE (Dry Low Emission) shall be considered. Control Cabling. Participation in technical clarification.

Final erection check and pre-commissioning (separate order) 15. Instrument junction boxes at skid edge. Protection and packing for transport 11. 3. Shop assembly 7. The interface connection details shall be suitable for IEC connection and PURCHASER’s cable sizes. Classification Society ie. Documentation 12. Gasket. Complete unit test on site (separate order) 14. Terminal box on driver motor (for cabling to PURCHASER power supply). valve. The interface connection details shall be suitable for IEC connection and PURCHASER’s cable sizes. Supervision of erection on site (separate order) 13. 5. . fittings. Interface piping flanges at skid edge or equipment inlet/outlet/vent/drain. This shall include a water wash cart consisting of vessel. pump/driver. bolts & nuts at interfaces to be provided by VENDOR. Small power and lighting terminal boxes at skid edge. 3. No : 206584220. Final coating and painting 10. The interface connection details shall be suitable for IEC connection and PURCHASER’s cable sizes. Training for the operational personnel (classroom and on-site including training manuals). 5. 2. 4. This shall include the Primary Spares for the Gas Turbine Engine. site inspection & test and commissioning. assembly. 2. Limits of Supply If not specifically stated otherwise in the attachments. Commissioning supervision (separate order) Options 1. instruments. the limit of supply for each interface point shall be as defined in general at the interface or connection of the following: 1. etc. VENDOR shall provide cable tray from terminal box to skid edge for skid package. Interface pipe specification shall be according to ANSI.doc Rev No : C Page : Page 8 of 73 • Lateral and Torsional Critical Speed Analysis • ASME PTC 22 mechanical and performance test for each Turbine 6. ABS design and construction approval for whole package including 100% POP test for all PSVs (as applicable) and Regulations 8. Spare and wear parts for two (2) years' operation. Training for the operational personnel for major machinery items at VENDOR’s factory according to Factory Training Schedules. 4. One common portable standard offshore water wash system for all turbines covered herein. Terminal strip in local control panel (for cabling to PURCHASER DCS and power supply) The interface connection details shall be suitable for IEC connection and PURCHASER’s cable sizes.CONSULTANTS: Doc. Field Service Rates for installation. Standard quality control (approved by PURCHASER) 9. piping.

CONFLICTING REQUIREMENTS The following is the order of precedence: • National Legal and Statutory Requirements of Local Region Laws • Classification Society i. 7. Structural support base plates.e. TECHNICAL BID PROPOSAL SUBMISSION The bidder shall provide the following technical information and documents in his proposal:• Equipment Technical Description • Equipment Datasheet/Specification/GA Drawings • Inspection and Test Plan • Confirmation of the required guarantees • Two (2) years spare part list • Reference lists • Deviations to this Specification. brand/grade and frequency of change shall be provided by VENDOR.doc Rev No : C Page : Page 9 of 73 6. brackets etc for module and platform frame interfaces. First fill of main lubricating oil is provided by PURCHASER. No : 206584220. Responsibility Matrix and Deviation List The responsibility matrix of the scope of supply is listed in the table as per Appendix B1. if any • Completed Technical Compliance List • Work schedule IMPORTANT: Incomplete data sheets or non-submission of the required information stated in this subsection shall be cause for rejection of the VENDOR’s proposal. Lube oil list including quantity. ABS • Datasheets • This Specification • Project Specifications (referred to in this specification) • Referenced Project Drawings • Reference Codes and Standards .CONSULTANTS: Doc. VENDOR to confirm compliance or deviation by filling-in or commenting on the applicable columns in the table.

NOTIFICATION OF WORKS AND SERVICES BEING SUBCONTRACTED The VENDOR shall not subcontract portions of the supply or services without prior written approval by PURCHASER.CONSULTANTS: Doc. . the VENDOR shall indicate such to PURCHASER and shall obtain PURCHASER's written directive. No : 206584220. The VENDOR shall notify PURCHASER which of the major packages he intends to subcontract and where the production facilities are located.doc Rev No : C Page : Page 10 of 73 In case of any inconsistencies or conflicting requirements between this specification and any other document forming part of subject Purchase order.

he will be held fully liable for any consequence of not following such procedure. Selection and Installation of Pressure Relieving Systems in Refineries API RP 521 Guide for Pressure Relief and Depressuring Systems API RP 546 Brushless Synchronous Machines – 500 kVA and Larger API RP-11 PGT Packaged Combustion Gas Turbine . CODES & STANDARDS The specified equipment shall fulfill the requirements of local and national regulations and codes applicable at the facility location. No : 206584220. Furthermore. CLASS APPROVAL It is VENDOR’s responsibility to submit the required design document to the CLASSIFICATION SOCIETY to obtain class approval. Code/Standard Title API RP 14F Design and Installation of Electrical Systems for Offshore Production Platform API RP 14J Recommended Practice for Design and Hazard Analysis for Offshore Production Facilities API RP 520 Sizing. The required design document which needs submission shall be in accordance to the nominated Class Society Guidelines. The design requirements stated in the contract exhibits enclosed (Appendix C2) shall be considered an integral part of this specification. VENDOR is also responsible to include all necessary Class Surveys and Inspections for their supplied equipment. Otherwise.CONSULTANTS: Doc.doc Rev No : C Page : Page 11 of 73 DESIGN REQUIREMENTS GENERAL If the VENDOR considers any technical requirements stated in this specification to be detrimental to the performance or quality of the equipment specified he shall indicate this to PURCHASER's engineer and shall obtain written directive on how to proceed. including the Class certification. the latest editions of codes and standards listed below shall apply. Units: The International System of Units (SI) shall be used for all unit measurement except otherwise advised.

34 Steel Valves.1. API Standard 671 Special-Purpose Couplings for Refinery Systems API Standard 676 Positive Displacement Pumps – Rotary Type ASME/ANSI B16. API Standard 661 Air-Cooled Heat Exchangers for General Refinery Services API Standard 670 Machinery Protection Systems.doc Rev No : C Page : Page 12 of 73 Code/Standard Title API Standard 610 Centrifugal Pumps for Petroleum.5 Pipe Flanges and Flange Fittings ASME/ANSI B16. ASME Section IX Welding and Brazing Qualifications ASME PTC 22 Gas Turbine Power Plants AGMA American Gear Manufacturers Association AWS D.1 Structural Welding Code : Steel EEMUA 140 Noise Procedures Specification EN 10204 Metallic Products – Types of Inspection Documents IEC 60034 Rotating Electrical Machines NACE MR0175/ ISO 15156 Petroleum and Natural Gas Industries – Materials for use in H2Scontaining environments in oil and gas production NFPA 12 Standard on Carbon Dioxide Extinguishing Systems NFPA 750 Standard on Water Mist Fire Protection Systems DESIGN CRITERIA PURCHASER's minimum required design criteria are defined in the following appendixes: Appendix C1 : Utility.CONSULTANTS: Doc. No : 206584220.3 Chemical Plant and Petroleum Refinery Piping ASME Section II Material Specifications ASME Section V ASME Section VIII Non Destructive Examination Pressure Vessels. Flanged and Butt Welding Ends ASME/ANSI B31. Environmental and Metocean Data Appendix C2 : Equipment Design Criteria Appendix C3 : Specific Inspection and Test Requirements Appendix C4 : Painting and Corrosion Protection Requirements . Heavy Duty Chemical and Gas Industry Services Special Purpose Gear Units for refinery Services API Standard 613 API Standard 614 Lubrication Shaft-Sealing and Control Oil Systems for Special Purpose Application API Standard 615 Sound Control or Mechanical Equipment for Refinery Services API Standard 616 Type H Industrial Combustion Gas Turbines for Refinery Services.

DESIGN & SERVICES FEATURES General The equipment shall be designed for a useful plant life of 15 years. All equipment which needs periodic check/maintenance (e. valves. valves. wired. All equipment furnished under this specification shall be integrated into shop assembled skid unit which is piped. vents) must be made accessible during operation when deemed necessary by means of appropriate stairs/platforms. with the sole exception of base input data provided are deemed to be part of VENDOR Lump Sum Price and within the contractual schedule. No : 206584220. API 616 & API 670. This technical requisition package and its referenced specifications. The equipment units shall be shop assembled to the maximum extent possible with regard to shipment size and unit weight. API 614. VENDOR shall complete the relevant API data sheets including API 613. subject appendix shall be treated as part of VENDOR's proposal. . Engineering product in the systems shall be verified.g. and pre-commissioned to facilitate field erection. The VENDOR is also required to provide all necessary facilities to ensure compliance with the philosophies and intents implied or stated. although formally part of this specification. Any changes required to this document and its referenced specification. For all legal purposes. No requirement stated in this document or its referenced specifications. The shop assembly shall include piping. codes and standards requirements are not intended to be exhaustive. codes and standards shall in any way relieve VENDOR of responsibility for the design or any other aspect of their contractual obligations and liabilities. submitted and approved as acceptable for the operating ranges and services required. instruments. tubing and wiring.doc Rev No : C Page : Page 13 of 73 Appendix C5 : Piping and Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID) Appendix C6 : Applicable Project Requirements Appendix C7 : Layout Plan DESIGN DATA VENDOR's equipment design data are defined in the following appendixes: Appendix D1 : Equipment Design Data Sheets The attached equipment data sheets shall be completed by VENDOR for submission with bid.. tested. shall not be considered a legal part of this document.CONSULTANTS: Doc. When specific auxiliary equipment data sheets are not attached. Subject appendixes. codes and standards requirements including where as a result of PURCHASER error or omission.

316 SS Swagelok double compression fittings shall be used inside and outside the enclosure.doc Rev No : C Page : Page 14 of 73 VENDOR may also propose it’s standard equipment package which is fit for the purpose intended and meet the following requirement.1.1 Add to this clause: Codes other than ASME may be acceptable subject to PURCHASER review and approval. • ABS Class requirements • Datasheets (Appendix C2) • Environment Impact (eg. the section / paragraph numbering of API 616 4th Edition. August 1998 is used.1. Clauses and paragraphs in API 616 not mentioned shall remain unaltered. Process Requirements (NOT APPLICABLE) Mechanical Requirements 1. 4. without requiring any special maintenance procedures.4 Amendment/Supplements Delete this clause and replace with: Gas turbine units shall be suitable for periods of idleness of at least 3 months duration under the specific site conditions.9 Add to this clause: Provision for Field balancing of the gas generator is not required. heave on FPSO as per Appendix C1) However. Gas turbines shall be site rated at 35°C (95°F). constructed and tested in accordance with the latest edition of API Standards 616 as modified. at the time of VENDOR bid. 4. Lifting gear such as A-frame and monorail shall be provided for lifting and removing of gas turbine from the enclosure/ skid. No : 206584220.CONSULTANTS: Doc. . pitch. Amendments and supplements to API 616 Amendments and supplements to API Standard 616. For ease of reference. all deviation of the standard equipment package from this specification shall be listed and submitted with the technical proposal for PURCHASER’s review and approval.1 Gas Turbine Drivers Gas Turbines for generator shall be designed.1. Section / Clause in API 616 4.2. roll. latest edition: ‘Gas Turbines for Refinery Services’ are as follows. Layout of gas turbines shall provide for access to remove/replace the gas turbine.000 hours each in similar offshore power generation application will be acceptable. Only proven equipment with at least three (3) units operating satisfactorily for more than 24.2.

No : 206584220.doc Rev No : C Page : Page 15 of 73 Amendment/Supplements Add to this clause: A Pilot fuel supply may not be required depending on VENDOR’s standard design. The tank shall have access hatches of sufficient size for inspection and cleaning of all parts of the tank.5.1 Doc.2. VENDOR shall advise size of this and method of operation. 4. and control oil tanks. lubricating oil. stator blading and coating materials shall be furnished.9. coolers and filter housing shall be made of 316L stainless steel.6 Addition: VENDOR standard gas generator seals may be used.2/3/4 Delete and Replace with: VENDOR standard may be used subject to review and approval by PURCHASER. Gas turbines shall have the turbine air compressor rotor and stator blades of noncorroding material or shall have non-corrodible coating.CONSULTANTS: Section / Clause in API 616 4. coated carbon steel material is acceptable.8 Add the following clause: Drain connection shall be provided and appropriately positioned for the removal of spent crank soak washing liquids. Moment balancing data shall be furnished with the operating manuals. 4.000 hours at the rated turbine inlet temperature and speed. A separately mounted emergency lube oil rundown tank or DC motor lube oil backup shall be provided for supplying lubricating oil to the gearbox and power turbine for post shutdown cooling. The lubricating oil storage tank shall be of sufficient capacity to provide adequate retention time at the design oil pump flow rate. All tanks and their instrumentation arrangement shall be designed to accommodate .3 Add the following clauses: Power turbine blading and nozzles shall have a design life in excess of 100.4 Add to this clause: Alternative piping and flange standards may be used subject to PURCHASER review and approval. VENDOR shall confirm the available retention time. 4.8.4. 4. 4. Full details of rotor.7 Delete and Replace with: Lubrication system for the gas turbine and generator shall comply with API Std 614.3. If built-in oil tanks provided within the skid frame enclosure. Rotor blades shall be moment balanced and all marked to allow field retrofitting of the blades without the need to rebalance the rotor. For rundown tanks. 4.

5.1. 4. Spacers of adequate length shall be provided to allow removal of coupling hub and driven equipment bearing and seals without disturbing the shafts.1 Add to this clause: Starting driver ratings shall allow the continuous cranking for crank soak washing of the gas turbine air compressor followed by three consecutive starts. 5.1.7 Add to this clause: Starter drivers shall be declutched when the gas turbine is running and reengagement shall be prevented until the gas generator decelerates to 250 RPM.1.3 Delete this entire paragraph and replace with: . The oil mist coalescer shall be provided with an integral oil return to the oil tank. The design shall prevent inadvertent starting of the turbine whilst the turning or barring gear is in place. Dry diaphragm-type load couplings with hydraulic fit of the hubs to taper shaft ends are preferred. piped to a strategic location.2.2 Add the following clauses: Special purpose couplings and coupling guards shall be designed in accordance with API 671.1 Add to this clause: Means shall be provided for manually turning all rotors for maintenance and alignment checks.1.1.2. No : 206584220. The starting system shall be mounted on the main skid.3.1 Add to this clause: Gas turbine shall be started by an AC motor or Electrohydraulic starting system. 5. Internal couplings for starters and accessories may be the manufacturer’s standards.doc Rev No : C Page : Page 16 of 73 Amendment/Supplements the ship motions applicable for this project. The vent shall be surmounted by a flame trap and an oil mist coalescer.1. Flexible pin and bush couplings are not permitted for any main or accessory drive. 5.CONSULTANTS: Section / Clause in API 616 Doc. 5.10 Delete and Replace with: Material Quality Control shall be to VENDOR’s standard subject to review and approval by PURCHASER and compliance with PURCHASER’s PMI and certification requirements. Duplex oil filters including a continuous flow changeover valve. 5. Atmospheric vents from the lubricating oil tanks shall be open to the atmosphere. differential pressure gauge and high differential pressure alarm switch shall be provided.

4.5 of this Specification.1 The base plate shall be made with continuous structural members designed to support the driven equipment. walkways and platforms shall be provided by PURCHASER.3. 5.5 When lifting the base plates.8 Gas turbine supports shall allow freedom for expansion of the turbine casing without disturbing the alignment with the driven equipment.4 Doc.1 Add to this Clause: Fully automatic start is required. All voids shall be sloped to a flanged drain sized not less than 2” NPS.3.3. 5. 5. 5.2 Add to this Clause: .6 The final leveling and alignment of the gas turbine.4 The alignment of the equipment mounted on the base plate shall not be disturbed by any movement or flexing of the supporting structure.3. beam deflection shall not exceed 1/1200 x L. accessories and the driven equipment shall be between the equipment supports and the previously leveled and secured base plates.3.CONSULTANTS: Section / Clause in API 616 5.4. 5.doc Rev No : C Page : Page 17 of 73 Amendment/Supplements 5. Add to this Clause: Instrumentation Requirements shall be in accordance with section 3.7 All equipment supports and pedestals except for the power turbine shall be fitted with horizontal jacking screws and vertical leveling screws to facilitate alignment. 5.9 Hot gas producer supports shall be designed to absorb the end thrust as the hot gas producer expands and to prevent distortion of the interconnecting hot gas duct to the power turbine.3. complete with all equipment mounted. VENDOR may propose multi-point mounting as option if proven beneficial to the overall module structural design. 5.3. No : 206584220. 5. 5.2.3.3.6. VENDOR to specify clearly those areas including the minimum access space/clearance required. where L is the total length of the beam. 5. 5.3 The base plate shall be designed for three-point mounting.3.2 The base plate shall be sealed on its underside to maintain ventilation pressure within the enclosure and to prevent oil spillage spreading from the mounted equipment. decking.10 For parts requiring maintenance or operation access.3.

5.2. 3. control oil synthetic oil and fuel gas systems shall be seamless steel 316L. Each turbine shall be provided with fixed spray rings and spent fluid drain .5. Pressure piping downstream of filters shall be free from internal obstructions that could accumulate dirt. 5. except for instrument downstream of the first shutoff valve. 5. Metallic hose installation shall be designed such that the hose is neither kinked nor able to chafe against other objects in service. 5. Where this requirement cannot be met by selecting routing of the pipework.5. All instrumentation tubing shall be minimum 3/8”.2.1. For crank soak washing.4. and fuel gas piping shall be arranged to prevent a hazardous situation developing from oil leaking or spraying onto hot turbine insulation in the event of a pipe or pipe joint failure. appropriate baffle plates shall be installed to prevent such a hazard as described from occurring.5 Add this clause: Screwed and seal welded connections or socket welding connections shall not be used.CONSULTANTS: Section / Clause in API 616 Doc.1 Lubricating oil.3. and the drains from oil systems.9 Add to this clause: VENDOR shall furnish means for cleaning the air compressor by on-line crank soak washing.2 Delete this paragraph with all its clauses and replace with : 5. valves and fittings in the lubricating oil.5. No : 206584220. 5.5 Add to this Clause: VENDOR’s standard for piping may be used on the gas turbine subject to review and approval by PURCHASER.2.5. one portable solvent mixing and injection system shall be furnished.5. PURCHASER’s piping standards shall be used for all interface connections to PURCHASER’s piping and on the Power Turbine. Connections for flammable or toxic fluids shall be flanged.doc Rev No : C Page : Page 18 of 73 Amendment/Supplements Speed control range will be established by PURCHASER and VENDOR.4. piping. 5. Piping smaller than ¾“ shall not be used. shall be fitted with ½” NPT plugged connections.2 All components.3 All lubricating oil drain from bearings and gear transmissions. control oil.5.7 Add to this Clause: VENDOR’s standard arrangement for temperature sensors may be used subject to review and approval by PURCHASER.

2. c) inertia vane separator.7 Add to this clause: All main structural welds construction downstream of the last filter shall comprise continuous welding.4.5.2. where applicable.5. second stage. expansion bellows.7 Vent and drain connections from the fuel system shall be separately routed to the edge of the base plate. f) ladders and platforms (by PURCHASER). No : 206584220. 5.5.5. d) high velocity.5% of all particles 2 microns and larger.4. 5. g) differential pressure transmitter with high differential pressure alarm The components of the air filter system shall be fabricated from 316L stainless steel.5. 5.2. and 99. first stage. The pressure drop in the as new. platforms.4 Delete this clause and replace with : Turbine air filter system shall include as a minimum : a) coarse metal bird and heavy debris screen. e) inertial vane separator. high efficiency bag filter.2.5. 5.4.doc Rev No : C Page : Page 19 of 73 Amendment/Supplements valves. 5. 5. clean condition shall be guaranteed.4 Fuel piping shall comply with 5.6 Add to this clause: Lifting davits. 5. transition piece.4.2. Connections to equipment shall be flanged.8 Drains to remove crank soak washing liquids shall terminate with auto-drain valves at the edge of the base plate.5. 5. access ladders and airtight doors shall be furnished for maintenance of the inlet air filter media during operation of the turbine.3 Add to this Clause: The air filter shall be guaranteed to remove 97.5 All fuel piping on the skid shall be fabricated by bending and welding.12 Add this clause: The gas turbine shall be furnished complete with turbine exhaust flange.5.3. 5. b) rain hood with vertical upward airflow to the first stage filtration intake. 5.5. Threaded fastenings shall be either wire-locked or incorporate friction inserts.5.CONSULTANTS: Section / Clause in API 616 Doc. Fuel piping shall be subject to 100% radiography.2. The system shall allow on-line change-out of filter elements.5% of all particles 5 microns and larger in the atmospheric air intake.6 Flexible elastomer O-ring seals are not permitted in any part of the fuel system. third stage.5. ducting supports and attachments for thermal insulation .

7. 5.5 Enclosures surrounding equipment requiring operator attention shall be adequately lit to enable all operations to be safely undertaken. PURCHASER will provide any structural steelwork required to support the stack. However. Insulated surfaces shall be mechanically protected.1.2 Add to this clause: Inlet silencers shall be of 316L stainless steel instead of welded carbon steel. one running and one standby.5. Thermal insulation will be provided by PURCHASER. All drains from the exhaust collector shall terminate in a manual stack drain valve.4 Delete this section and replace with: 5. Vents.4 The ventilating air shall be filtered by means of a two stage marine filter. For this case. shall be furnished to pressurize the acoustic enclosure.CONSULTANTS: Section / Clause in API 616 Doc.2 All acoustic enclosures shall be adequately ventilated with fresh.5.3 The arrangement for circulating the ventilating air within the enclosure shall prevent local overheating of components.4.7.1 Acoustic enclosures shall be furnished for the gas turbines in order to limit the noise emitted to meet the requirements of this requisition. 5.7.4.doc Rev No : C Page : Page 20 of 73 Amendment/Supplements to the exhaust duct. preventing saturation of the insulation by inadvertent oil leaks or damage to the insulation material. VENDOR shall supply personnel protection for any hot surfaces exposed to possible operator contact. The ventilation system shall be designed to ensure that the ventilation system temperature rise does not exceed 60°C. The start-up logic shall contain an instruction to the operator to ensure that any water is drained from the exhaust collector prior to start-up and the sequence shall require an input from the operator to confirm that this has been done. Exhaust stack shall be made of 316L stainless steel.7. The filtration system and the inlet ducting shall be made of 316L stainless steel. filtered air.7. etc.4 Add this clause: Insulating materials shall be non-combustible and shall not contain asbestos. 5. The stack shall have a height of at least 3 m above the turbine centre line and shall be designed to prevent direct rain ingress into the exhaust collector. 5. 5. Two 100% duty. 5.4. breathers.7.4.7. AC electric motor driven ventilation fans. carbon steel material with 409 stainless steel lining for the exhaust silencer is required as a minimum. shall not be piped into the exhaust stack.1.4. No : 206584220. VENDOR may propose carbon steel material with suitable coating as option for PURCHASER’s review and approval. 5. Escape lighting shall be installed to allow safe exit of operators within the enclosure in the event of main lighting .

Lubrication/ control oil filing points and control equipment which require adjusting/ setting while the unit is operating shall be installed on the outside of the enclosure.2/3 Delete this clause and replace with: Inspection of materials shall comply with Inspection and Testing Plan.7 Add the following clause: An overspeed test of at least 115% of the maximum continuous speed shall be undertaken for a minimum period of 3 minutes upon all rotor disks. 5. The roof of the enclosure shall be a single. Mechanical joints with fasteners and seals are not permitted. Acoustic enclosures shall be made of carbon steel coated for offshore application as minimum and shall have hinged and removable doors or panels to provide access for maintenance. 6.7.3.3.4.3. No : 206584220. catches. 5.3. Door hinges. crawl beams.6 Maintenance frames.1 Add to this clause The contract control panel shall be used during string testing.3.2.8. temperatures and compositions.3.3.1 Add to this clause: The water used for hydrostatic testing shall be fresh and clean. hoists and trolleys shall be incorporated as necessary for removal of compressor and gas turbine.4 Modification: A single Y-type strainer may be used. 6.2. 6. 5.3.4.1 Add to this clause: The manufacturer shall ensure that the gas turbine can be started and operated satisfactorily under the specified conditions of fuel gas pressures. fasteners. locks. and shall be wetted by suitable wetting agent.1.7 It shall not be necessary to enter to the acoustic enclosure for normal operation of the gas turbine.1.CONSULTANTS: Section / Clause in API 616 Doc.doc Rev No : C Page : Page 21 of 73 Amendment/Supplements failure. etc. 5. 4.11 Add to this clause: Vibration limits for the gas turbine shall comply with VENDOR standard’s subject to review and approval by PURCHASER.2.4.8. complete with blading. continuously welded steel plate. 6.2.2. VENDOR shall perform integrity tests on turbine disks after overspeed testing. shall be made of 316 stainless steel.7.6 Addition .2. 6.

6. Flexible fibre optics shall be used as much as possible for inspection after tests and photographic records shall be made where applicable. Appendix E1.3.3. These baseline data shall also be recorded during the complete unit test. A full speed shop test at partial load of the gear unit shall be performed at manufacturer’s works prior to the gear being assembled on the complete gas turbine and driven equipment package.doc Rev No : C Page : Page 22 of 73 Amendment/Supplements The baseline data for the on-stream monitoring of the health and performance of the gas turbine and its auxiliaries shall be obtained from the data recorded by the manufacturer during the testing of the equipment.3. 6.4.1 Delete and replace with: Gas turbines shall be performance tested against a dynamometer in accordance with ASME PTC 22. 1. No : 206584220.3. following stabilization of temperatures and pressures.2 Delete and replace with A complete unit test of the gas turbine complete with the generator and all control auxiliary and accessory equipment under control of the contract panel shall be carried out. The functioning of all protection devices shall be demonstrated. 7. 6.3 Delete and replace with: The gear mechanical run test shall be tested as part of the complete unit test.1.CONSULTANTS: Section / Clause in API 616 Doc.4 Add to this clause The gas turbine need not be dismantled after the mechanical running test. Delete this clause and replace with: Documentation quantities and delivery schedule shall be in accordance with the VDRL.1.4. 6. The test shall include a continuous run at maximum operating speed for a period of not less than four (4) hours (reduced time may be discussed and agreed with PURCHASER). unless it has failed to meet the specified performance. All functions of the complete package shall be demonstrated to the satisfaction of PURCHASER.4 Delete and replace with: Acoustic enclosure shall be designed for not more than 85 dBA at 1 m from source.3.4.4.3. 6.2 Electric Generator General Requirements: .

21010-BAE-77100-EL-SP-1001 as listed in Appendix C6. The insulation of hot surfaces purely for the purpose of personnel protection is not acceptable in view of the potential corrosion underneath the insulation. DC electrical controls will be preferred. 1. The motor shall be fed from 6. However the VENDOR shall also state and guarantee the package unit net continuous site output rating. Sudden acceptance or rejection of full load shall not result in a voltage excursion greater than ± 10%. Combined efficiency of generator. The generator shall preferably conform to IEC standards. VENDOR shall install clips on the exhaust ducting to enable attachment of PURCHASER’s insulation.1.CONSULTANTS: Doc. with recovery to ± 5% within one second with not more than two overshoots.1. Personnel protection insulation at outside skid will be supplied by VENDOR.4 Insulation Insulation external to the enclosure will be supplied by PURCHASER. . exciter and regulator shall not be less than 94 percent at site rated load and 0.1. Generator set shall be capable of operating satisfactorily under any load conditions. Voltage regulation under steady state conditions shall be within ± 0.8 p.1. Hot surface personnel protection inside the enclosure shall be by application of shielding to all parts with surface temperature of 70°C and above which are accessible during normal operation in the form of perforated 316 stainless steel plates clamped around pipework/equipment. VENDOR shall confirm suitability of the power generation unit to start the largest motors (4000kW) in the facility.5% of rated voltage. Design of the machine shall be suitable for the specified operating conditions and for matching the characteristics of the selected gas turbine driver.doc Rev No : C Page : Page 23 of 73 Refer to Technical Specification for Generator ref. Details of relevant experience with similar equipment and environmental conditions shall be supplied with the quotation.8 power factor lagging. VENDOR shall design any insulation to keep inside temperature of the enclosure at permissible range.f. rated voltage.6kV switchboard and through soft starter. Performance: Generator nameplate rating shall be at 40°C ambient. Rating shall be expressed at the generator terminals for a range of ambient temperatures covering the range of expected ambient temperatures. This shall meet or exceed the gas turbine site ratings with deductions for all mechanical and electrical losses (including AC power consumed by the generator set when running). No : 206584220.3 Pressure Vessels Pressure vessels shall be constructed and registered in accordance with the requirements of relevant National Authorities. 1. lagging. rated frequency and 0.

1.1. Refer to P&ID for further description of required scope. Instrumentation and Control Design 1.1. No : 206584220.7 Cabling within package shall meet the requirements of specifications listed in Appendix C6. while not introducing thermal shocks to the gas turbine/ power turbine casings.1.1. The TCP shall come complete with built-in HMI (Human Machine Interface) and the necessary .9 General Instrumentation and control systems shall be designed in accordance with the Technical Specification for Instruments and Controls for Packaged Equipment as listed in Appendix C6. generator and related auxiliaries such as lube oil system and supplied off-skid equipment such as fuel gas system etc.1.8 All electrical motor control centres.1. 1. The VENDOR shall fully factory test each skid unit and nozzle assembly in accordance with NFPA 750 or NFPA 12 whichever applicable by simulating the activation both at the workshop and at site.1. shall be integrated into a single control panel i. the turbine control panel (TCP). The system shall be designed in accordance with NFPA requirements for extinguishing fires in an enclosed machinery space with a minimum period of protection of ten (10) minutes duration. The PLC shall be TUV certified for use in ESD application as per IEC 61508. Each train shall be supplied with a dedicated TCP.10 Fire Suppression System The gas turbine enclosure shall be provided with an automatic high pressure water mist system OR CO2 system for fire suppression.1. 1. VENDOR shall state the SIL certification level of the offered system. electrical distribution shall be remote at a distance of up to 100m of cable away from the field electrical equipment.1.1.doc Rev No : C Page : Page 24 of 73 Electrical Requirements 1.5 Electrical Systems shall be designed in accordance with the Technical Specification for Electrical Requirements on Packaged Equipment as listed in Appendix C6. The system shall provide efficient CO2 distribution to minimize re-ignition. Actuation of the fire suppression system shall be from Fire & Gas Detection Systems (FGS) implemented in TCP.1.11 Integrated Instrumentation and Control System The control and monitoring of the gas turbine.1.6 Electric motors shall comply with the Technical Specification for LV Motor as listed in Appendix C6 1. Vibration isolators shall be considered for all base-mounted instruments and gauge boards. All instrumentation shall be readily accessible and rigidly supported. 1.e. All signal processing and monitoring shall be performed within a remotely mounted Turbine control panel (TCP).CONSULTANTS: Doc.1. The TCP shall be PLC-based. 1.

1. VENDOR shall provide necessary safety barriers for IS certified sensors. The events shall be displayed in ICSS HMI. • Each wire must be marked on both ends by secure eligible means approved by VENDOR. 1. Marking: • Each cabinet. • Sufficient room shall be left inside the cabinets for easy access to the spare terminals. 14. TCP shall have enough terminals used to connect all cores/ pairs of multicore and multipair cables from field and from other panels in the same sequence. The HMI shall be minimum TFT LCD. • All terminals shall be screw terminals and for the field cables shall be knife terminals. The PLC system shall be employed for the following functions for each train: • Gas Turbine Driver Control (for each power generation train) • Integrate the vibration and bearing temperature monitoring system (for each power generation train) • Fire & Gas detection and protection system for gas turbine package including gas detectors at the air intake (2oo3) • Event logging and alarm annunciation • Interface with FPSO ICSS The control system shall incorporate an internal sequence of events recorder with a minimum resolution of 300 mSec.doc Rev No : C Page : Page 25 of 73 hardware for interfacing to FPSO Integrated Safety and Shutdown Systems (ICSS). • All materials and accessories shall be furnished by the VENDOR. Junction box drawings for instruments located outside of gas turbine package will be supplied by VENDOR. TCP shall provide 24VDC powered outputs to shutdown valves (where required) and motors. • All cables shall be adequately supported and secured.1. shall be clearly marked and labeled by VENDOR. The terminals will include protections and features to easily isolate the signal from the plant without disconnecting wire. plug etc. which shall be certified for use with respective field instruments. with XGA resolution and Microsoft Windows based. • Outgoing wiring is installed as required to connect field devices to field terminals. • The internal cabling will wire from this terminal direct to electronics terminals. No : 206584220. cable. I/O module. in which: • Fields wiring terminates on terminal strips located on one side of each cabinet. terminal block.1”.CONSULTANTS: Doc. rack. TCP shall be designed for front panel access and bottom cable entries. • The cabinet shall be VENDOR standard design and shall be provided with internal pockets for drawing. Care shall be taken by the VENDOR to select the correct type of galvanically isolating type of barriers. .12 Cabinet and Cabling It shall be sized and set out to accommodate the wiring technique.

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All IS barriers and terminal blocks shall be installed in a dedicated IS terminal strip. Colour of
IS cables, cable ducts and terminal blocks shall be light blue.
All terminal strips layout shall be such that the AC and DC voltages are segregated. The DC
terminal strips will further grouped per type of signal (AI, AO, DI & DO) on the terminal rail
with no mixing within the rows.
Disconnect type terminals shall be provided.
Fused terminals on both sides (positive and negative) shall be provided for powered outputs.
Warning covers shall be fitted over 240/ 120VAC terminals.
There shall be sufficient reserve capacity to add an additional 20% of components/modules/
terminals/cables etc. without the need to add additional components or equipment of any
kind. 20% spare I/O shall be available in every type of I/O module.
Terminals shall be provided to wire all field cable cores, i.e. including spare cores. Assuming
20% spare core, this corresponds to approximately 20% in excess of the number of terminals
otherwise required.
VENDOR shall provide the power distribution, wiring between racks and the complete cross
wiring inside the cabinets.
The memory capacity of the CPU must be more than sufficient to handle all the amount of I/O
and logic required for the project, plus another minimum 40% spare capacity.
Powered field outputs will be powered directly by the TCP output module and will be provided
with surge suppression diodes (for solenoids) and fuses.
If the voltage required is greater than 24 VDC, interposing relays (rail mounted) will be used.
The required interposing relays shall be part of the VENDOR’s scope of supply.
Nameplates shall be mounted on the front and rear doors. The nameplates shall be made of
plastic with black letters on white background and shall be mounted using stainless steel
screws.

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Structural Requirements
1.1.1.13

Structural Design shall be as per AISC standard with design of single lift point. Skid design
and construction shall also be in accordance to General Specification for Fabrication,
Welding & Installation of Structures Doc. No. 21010-BAE-70000-ST-SP-0003 (Appendix C6)
as applicable.

1.1.1.14

Equipment packages shall be skid mounted and designed with full covered drip pan of
coaming 1 ½” height with one drain point. Drip pans shall be provided beneath the structural
skid covering the whole package. Drip pans shall be sloped 1:50 to the NPS 50 flanged low
point pan drain and shall be covered with a galvanized grating.

1.1.1.15

Each skid shall be provided with trunnions or lifting padeyes to facilitate its installation and
handling. The 4 point lifting configuration with only one hook is preferred. The lifting
configuration shall be possible without the necessity to dismantle any of its accessories.
VENDOR shall provide the detailed design and lifting configuration drawings.

1.1.1.16

Due considerations shall be given to layout design within the skid to provide sufficient access
for operation and maintenance of the equipment/ valves. This shall ensure good access is
available without resort to scaffolding or portable ladders.

1.1.1.17

All equipment shall be designed to withstand the environmental conditions as specified and
stresses which may occur during load out, tow-out and installation.

1.1.1.18

Structural welding shall be in accordance with AWS D1.1. Welding shall only be done by
qualified welders. Any filler welding shall be full and continuous. Fabrication of the structures
to be in accordance with General Specification for Fabrication, Welding and Installation of
Structures as listed in Appendix C1. Due care to be taken during the fabrication of the skid
base structure to avoid any buckling of the frame by sequential welding method.

1.1.1.19

Sharp corners and edges shall be rounded and ground smooth.

1.1.1.20

Pad eyes shall be designed with safety factor of 3 times the dry lift weight.

1.1.1.21

VENDOR shall be responsible for supplying all lifting tackles (including spreader bar (if
required) of all equipment and the complete skid up to point of delivery ex-Works. Thereafter,
as option the PURCHASER shall be responsible for all lifting. VENDOR to provide COST
OPTION for supply of lifting aids. Lifting gears shall be certified for the loads applicable.
Lifting configuration shall be designed as per LOC offshore lifting design guidelines and shall
be subject to NDE testing of welds

1.1.1.22

VENDOR shall be responsible to provide complete skid with jack-up bolts for levelling. The
skid shall be designed for multi-point support on a steel deck frame, without grouting. Anchor
bolts will be provided by PURCHASER.

1.1.1.23

VENDOR shall study the pancake structure of the module supporting the proposed skid and
use similar sections so that the webs are co-planar, and submit for review and approval of the
drawings to PURCHASER before fabrication.

1.1.1.24

GTG Package shall be assembled on a fabricated steel skid complete with all auxiliary
systems including lubrication, seal flush and cooling/quench (as applicable), instrumentation,
etc. and shall be ready for site installation, commissioning and start-up.

Design for Easy Maintenance
The equipment as an integral part of the whole production plant shall be designed for easy
maintenance or even better shall be maintenance free.

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That means it shall fulfill (but not be limited to) the following requirements:
• Possibility for refilling oil or grease (as well as other operating media) without dismantling
work.
• Any requirement for maintenance must be detailed and clearly described. Such
maintenance must be possible without dismantling work for the parts of the equipment.

In general, the equipment should be designed for the facility life.

Parts of the equipment not designed for the whole lifetime of the facility must be identified
including their expected lifetime. Example:
30,000 operating hours for roller bearings.
However, the lifetime of any part of the equipment must be at least such that a possible
exchange can happen during the planned outage of the equipment. This means that the
lifetime must be 16,000 hours as a minimum or a multiple of this time span.
Equipment and Piping Layout
1.1.1.25

Refer to Appendix C7 for the available plot plan and location of the equipment.
Package size limitation as follows:
XXm (W) x XXm (L) with accessories

1.1.1.26

GTG package shall be mounted on a structural steel skid completely piped and wired up.
High consideration shall be given for easy accessibility to all the items for maintenance and
operational requirements when designing the layout of the generator and gas turbine driver
package and lube oil skid. Access shall be provided to all equipment, instrument items and
any location/ area requiring maintenance.
All equipment and piping shall be neatly arranged on the skid to avoid any components
protruding outside of the skid where possible and ensure that they do not obstruct
maintenance operation.
Piping shall be designed and fabricated in accordance with PURCHASER Piping and Valve
specifications.
Routing of piping shall be based on process requirements, safety, ease of maintenance and
operation. Piping shall be neatly routed along the base plate. Piping shall not obstruct
operation, handling and inspection covers, bearing caps, etc.
All drain and vent points shall be closed with an isolation valve and blind flange.
Skid design shall minimize the amount of assembly work required on site.
All piping and equipment for hazardous/flammable liquids and gases on the skid shall have
100% radiographic examination of all welding.

have proven most appropriate for this particular application. tanks. The Vendor shall be fully responsible for all materials used in the design of the equipment. statutory/regulatory authority and this specification. pressure vessels. based on past experience. pipe work. They shall be selected by the Vendor according to the requirements of the system and shall be those which. Name Plates The Vendor shall. Vendor shall follow PURCHASER’s Guidelines for Equipment Numbering. Vendor shall use the designated numbering if it is already specified in the P&IDs. Where it is not clearly specified. and the like must be metallurgically suitable and/or include sufficient corrosion allowance to meet this requirement and specified design life. VENDOR shall provide EN 10204 Type 3. DESIGNATION AND NAME PLATES Designation The equipment and components are designated according to the PURCHASER’s systems and equipment numbering & tagging. recognized national standard or codes. valve bodies. VENDOR shall provide EN 10204 Type 3. No : 206584220.doc Rev No : C Page : Page 29 of 73 MATERIALS All materials shall be new and the selection of materials shall conform to the requirements of the purchase order.CONSULTANTS: Doc. at a minimum.1 material certification for other components.2 material certification for pump bodies and valve bodies or as agreed with PURCHASER. provide the following: • One (1) main nameplate per package/skid • One (1) nameplate per equipment within the package/skid Name plates shall adequately mark the components and shall indicate the following: • Component designation (name and tag number) • Type and size/capacity/ratings • Technical data • Design data and applicable codes • Manufacturer’s name and address • Year of manufacture • 3rd party approvals . Material selection waived by PURCHASER shall not relieve the Vendor from Error or Deviation from the Contract Requirements stated in Purchase Orders. The equipment bodies.

CONSULTANTS: Doc. No : 206584220.doc Rev No : C Page : Page 30 of 73 Material In accordance with sub-Vendor’s standard stainless steel or similar resistive material. .

OTHER GUARANTEES The Vendor shall guarantee fulfillment of all rules and regulations for access to hazardous areas. the VENDOR shall take all necessary change. the following pollution limits shall not be exceeded: NOX (as NO2) SO2 250 ppm with gas fuel and 385 with liquid fuel 700 ppm H2S 2 ppm Smoke Shade No 1 Ringelmann Particulates 400 mg/Nm3 Ozone depleting substances Prohibited Hydrocarbons Minimized within economic limits Vibration The gas turbine generators and its auxiliaries shall run smoothly throughout the entire operating range. No : 206584220. . If the performance of equipment cannot meet the requirements of this specification.CONSULTANTS: Doc. correction or replacement for the equipment.doc Rev No : C Page : Page 31 of 73 GUARANTEES EQUIPMENT PERFORMANCE Vendor shall verify the performance of all specified equipment. As a minimum. The individual equipment performance test reports shall also be submitted for PURCHASER’s approval. Sound Pressure Level The sound pressure level of the units (including turbine) shall not exceed those values defined under Appendix C2. PERFORMANCE GUARANTEES The VENDOR shall guarantee the following performance data of the unit at rated conditions: • Shaft power at the coupling main drive to gear The VENDOR shall guarantee an Equivalent Forced Outage Rate (EFOR) for the complete unit. VENDOR shall confirm maximum vibration limit for PURCHASER’s review and approval.

does not relieve the VENDOR in any way of such responsibilities. • Design reviews at PURCHASER's premises • Sample evaluations • Production releases representative. the VENDOR is not entitled to any additional compensation for the application Quality and Environmental Management Programs of by PURCHASER or by himself. several activities might have to be performed. The possible application of verification measures by PURCHASER. conduct quality audits. conduct design reviews. Conformance to ISO Standards As part of PURCHASER's Quality and Environmental Management programs for this supply. witness tests. in order to assess material. facilities and processes. INSPECTIONS AND TESTS QUALITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT REQUIREMENTS Responsibility for Quality. we expect the VENDOR's Environmental Management System/Program as far as applicable for this supply to conform to the Standard ISO 14001 and this Quality System/Program to conform to the Standard ISO 9001 Related Programs As part of PURCHASER's Quality and Environmental Management Programs for this supply. Environmental Compatibility and Their Management The VENDOR is held solely and fully responsible for the quality and the environmental compatibility of his supply and services. such as: • Review and approval of VENDOR documents by PURCHASER • PURCHASER's visits at the VENDOR's facilities.CONSULTANTS: Doc. etc. and the Quality and Environmental Management Programs applied by him to this effect. No : 206584220. and/or shipment releases by PURCHASER's authorized . monitor progress. the VENDOR might have to be qualified by PURCHASER.doc Rev No : C Page : Page 32 of 73 QUALITY AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT. Qualification of the VENDOR As part of PURCHASER's Quality and Environmental Management Programs for this supply. Barring any contractual agreements to this effect. It is PURCHASER's responsibility to initiate the appropriate steps in this context. perform own inspections or tests. the quantitative and qualitative adequacy of the resources assigned by him to these ends.

as a minimum. PURCHASER will endeavour to inform the VENDOR on PURCHASER's assessment of the VENDOR's products. organization. this in order to help him in developing and applying improvement measures. • (for source acceptance tests/witnessing) access shall be granted and support shall be extended by the VENDOR to all external inspectors. . high quality supplies lies in the mutual interest of VENDOR and PURCHASER. it is PURCHASER's responsibility to inform the VENDOR accordingly. • the VENDOR shall notify the event to PURCHASER at least 15 working days in advance. • (for source acceptance tests/witnessing) all applicable I&T plans/instructions as well as the I&T records generated during the events.. shall be made available to the inspectors. grant access to facilities and documentation as required. etc. No : 206584220. attitude. For hold points or source acceptance tests or witnessing by PURCHASER and/or authorities and/or PURCHASER’s client.g. shall be provided to PURCHASER as part of the Manufacturer Data Records (MDR). Quality Information Feedback Beyond all verification activities and nonconformance control. willingly supply information. etc. services. Co-operation between VENDOR and PURCHASER As achieving timely. All above mentioned PURCHASER requirements shall be considered in the VENDOR’s I&T plans/instructions. procedures. Shop I&T The VENDOR shall submit to PURCHASER for review and approval the I&T planning documentation. the VENDOR is expected to closely co-operate in every respect with PURCHASER's personnel. processes.doc Rev No : C Page : Page 33 of 73 To the extent that such or other items have been decided upon. make own staff members available. whether for witnessed or for non-witnessed events. e.CONSULTANTS: • Doc. likely to serve for PURCHASER's own improvement measures. provide assistance and guidance with respect to accommodation. INSPECTION AND TESTS General All I&T shall comply with PURCHASER’s requirements as expressed in Appendix C3. I&T records. The PURCHASER is also grateful for reciprocal information of this kind from the VENDOR. All inspections and tests shall be carried out in accordance with the VENDOR’s I&T plans/instructions.

and when ready for the final installation tests. drawings or other contractual requirements. .CONSULTANTS: Doc. PURCHASER may choose to witness none or some or all of the installation tests. While installing. providing PURCHASER immediately with the required information as indicated on the form. pertaining to the final installation inspections and tests. A copy of this document shall be securely attached to the equipment to be shipped. he shall request from PURCHASER the NCR (Non Conformance Report) form. pertaining to the complete installation inspections and tests. pertaining to the complete commissioning inspection and test. Non-conformance Reporting If there is a deviation to the specification. No : 206584220. If the VENDOR is not able to achieve full conformity to the contractual requirements. It is important. the VENDOR is to carry out the in-process inspections and tests. the installed material is to be turned over to PURCHASER’s site organization. Certificate of Compliance Material or equipment shall not be shipped before the VENDOR presents a Certificate of Compliance and/or Shipment Release Certificate to PURCHASER's engineer. it is the VENDOR's responsibility to remedy the situation. The VENDOR shall submit to PURCHASER for review and approval all I&T planning documentation consisting of I&T plans/procedures and reporting forms. the VENDOR shall submit all the I&T records generated during and after the installation. that the equipment arrives at the site with a copy of the Certificate attached. to advise PURCHASER’s site organization on this.doc Rev No : C Page : Page 34 of 73 Site Installation I&T The VENDOR shall submit to PURCHASER for review and approval all I&T planning documentation consisting of I&T plans/procedures and reporting forms. After successful completion of the final installation tests. Site Commissioning I&T The VENDOR shall submit to PURCHASER for review and approval all I&T planning documentation consisting of I&T plans/procedures and reporting forms. signed and dated by the VENDOR's Quality Assurance/ Quality Control department and PURCHASER authorized representative. As part of the turnover to PURCHASER.

e. Exposed flanged connections shall be protected by either rigid covers or molded plastic covers not smaller than flange outside diameter. • Small pipe pieces and inaccessible places – Cleaning with water spray jets or steam jets. This rust preventive shall be able to be removed with one of the following procedures: • Piping . However. PRESERVATION AND PROTECTION PAINTING AND COATING The equipment surfaces shall be protected against internal and external corrosion and/or erosion throughout the design life of the equipment. No : 206584220. The chosen surface preparation and coating system shall be suitable for the medium and offshore environmental condition where it will be located. brushing)  film thickness  drying time  thinning  ambient conditions e. The touch-up paint containers shall be packed separately and properly declared "hazardous materials" as per applicable codes and shall be indicated by a label containing: • Identification number of object to paint (i.CONSULTANTS: Doc.g. TOUCH-UP PAINTING ON SITE Sufficient paint shall be delivered for touch-up painting on-site. tag number) • Name of object to paint • Clear description of application procedure containing:  type of application (e. equipment manufacturer’s standard painting and coating system may be accepted if it is proven to be equal or better than specified.Cleaning with water mixed with a low concentration detergent.Flushing with water mixed with a low concentration detergent. • Surfaces . rolling. .g. number and color PRESERVATION AND PROTECTION Non coated and machined surfaces that will be exposed to the atmosphere in transit and subsequent storage shall be preserved with an easily removable rust preventative. temperature  paint type.doc Rev No : C Page : Page 35 of 73 PAINTING AND COATING. The minimum requirement of the Painting and Coating System shall be as specified in Appendix C4. min.

shall be protected by plastic or other suitable cover. Female threads shall be closed with forged steel plugs. male threads. couplings. bearings.doc Rev No : C Page : Page 36 of 73 Exposed gasket surfaces. . No : 206584220.CONSULTANTS: Doc. The use of wooden flange covers is explicitly prohibited. etc. shafts.

soft copies in native format and PDF.dwg or . ENGINEERING DOCUMENTS The content of Engineering Documents to be provided by the VENDOR is defined in Appendix E2.dxf formats) shall be provided via email or data carrier. Text documents are to be generated with PC based 'MICROSOFT WORD'. All documents shall be prepared. No : 206584220. All documents provided by the VENDOR shall be in English and shall be provided according to the Appendix E1 and E2 as a minimum. .doc Rev No : C Page : Page 37 of 73 DOCUMENTATION AND PROGRESS REPORTING GENERAL The VENDOR shall provide all documents according to the required amount and schedule to PURCHASER's engineer (as specified in Appendix E). INSTALLATION & ASSEMBLY DOCUMENTS The content of Installation and Assembly Documents to be provided by the VENDOR is defined in Appendix E2.CONSULTANTS: Doc. one Auto CAD compatible file format (. as well as on commercial readily available magnetic data carrier (CD or DVD). Engineering data lists/calculations prepared and provided by VENDOR or sent to VENDOR for completion shall be PC based 'MICROSOFT EXCEL”. OPERATION & MAINTENANCE (O&M) DOCUMENTS The content of O&M Documents to be provided by the VENDOR is defined in Appendix E2. QUALITY RECORDS DOCUMENTATION The content of Quality Records Documentation to be provided by the VENDOR is defined in Appendix E2. The filed drawing shall identify the program type/version and be of scale 1:1 and have a structure of layers agreed with PURCHASER. provided and turned over to PURCHASER as hard copies. soft copies in native format and PDF. For all stage of submission. Drawings have to be provided as hard copies.

If not specified elsewhere. No : 206584220.doc Rev No : C Page : Page 38 of 73 TRAINING DOCUMENTS The VENDOR's documentation shall be sufficient to provide any necessary training covering his scope of supply. PROGRESS REPORTING The contents of Engineering and Fabrication Schedule as well as Progress Reports to be provided by the VENDOR shall be agreed with PURCHASER’s Engineers. sufficient to provide any necessary training covering his scope of supply. progress reporting shall be submitted bi-weekly after award. If not. .CONSULTANTS: Doc. the VENDOR shall provide a separate Training Documentation.

have to be stored before. the VENDOR shall inform on the required storage conditions to be provided by PURCHASER. Following . after take-over by PURCHASER. marking and material handling instructions.) requiring any special attention. Therefore. PACKAGING All parts shall be marked for identification and suitably preserved and packed according to PURCHASER approved packing. should the delivered equipment. STORAGE If required the VENDOR shall provide temporary storage of the specified equipment to comply with the required shipment schedule. ERECTION & COMMISSIONING Erection and Installation Erection and installation is carried out under the supervision of PURCHASER's site management in compliance with the VENDOR's erection instructions. In addition.doc Rev No : C Page : Page 39 of 73 SHIPMENT AND FIELD SERVICES GENERAL To the extent that a shipping release by PURCHASER's technical department in charge has been stipulated. Key requirements shall be marked legibly and permanently on the outside of the shipping unit itself. lifting restrictions and/or requirement for securing of parts inside the shipping unit after customs checks. TRANSPORTATION AND HANDLING Unless otherwise specified. as e.CONSULTANTS: Doc. the transportation shall be by PURCHASER or its appointed agent. containers. The VENDOR shall provide detailed shipping & handling instructions for all shipping units (boxes. The VENDOR shall include an option for the service of a qualified erection engineer to be utilised at the job site during equipment installation and erection to provide technical direction and surveillance of his activity to assure that the equipment.g. No : 206584220. etc. Such instructions shall be submitted to PURCHASER as part of the installation documentation. equipment will be delivered Ex-work Factory. will be functional and capable of performance as intended by the design and contract documents. no equipment shall be released for packaging and shipment without the said shipping release. One additional copy shall be given to the shipping PURCHASER. when installed. or after dismantling of the packaging. in general.

The commissioning phase will depend on the well operation. the VENDOR's engineer shall check out the completed installation to assure that the equipment is functional and that all interfaces with ancillary components are in place or accounted for.CONSULTANTS: Doc. Final erection check and pre-commissioning Before starting the commissioning the VENDOR shall do a final erection check to make sure that the equipment is erected and installed according to his specification. additional required people are provided by PURCHASER. this is not sufficient. The precommissioning includes all the works up to the point where the system is ready for cold commissioning. The VENDOR shall only include for qualified commissioning engineers. Commissioning The VENDOR shall include an option for the service of doing the final commissioning of his equipment. In the event.doc Rev No : C Page : Page 40 of 73 erection. the VENDOR shall upgrade the relevant documents to meet the training requirements. additional required people are provided by PURCHASER. The VENDOR shall only include for qualified commissioning engineers. The VENDOR shall include all the service for doing the pre-commissioning of his equipment. TRAINING AND TECHNICAL SERVICES The VENDOR’s documentation shall be sufficient to provide any operations & maintenance training covering their scope of supply. No : 206584220. .

CONSULTANTS: Doc. No : 206584220. Environmental and Metocean Data Appendix C2 : Equipment Design Criteria Appendix C3 : Specific Inspection and Test Requirements Appendix C4 : Painting and Corrosion Protection Requirements Appendix C5 : Piping and Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID) Appendix C6 : Applicable Project Requirements Appendix C7 : Layout Plan Appendix D1 : Equipment Design Data Sheets Appendix E1 : VENDOR Document Register List Appendix E2 : Requirements for Content and Arrangement of Documents Appendix E3 : BASS 2-Year Spare Parts Form .doc Rev No : C Page : Page 41 of 73 APPENDICES Appendix B1 : Responsibility Matrix and Deviation List Appendix C1 : Utility.

Ducting and Expansion Joints) • 2. filters.6.4. ducting. oil unit and gear increaser and all other associated auxiliary equipment • 1.4. Field transmitters instruments associated with surge control and recycle control • 1. 1 Gas Turbine Enclosure Pressurised Ventilation System complete 2X100% AC motor driven fans • 2. 1 Gas Turbine Fire and Gas Detection System • 2. 1 Load Gear/Gear increaser 1. etc. No : 21010-BAE-77100-ME-SP-0001 Rev No : C0C0 Page : Appendix B1 APPENDIX B1: RESPONSIBILITY MATRIX AND DEVIATION LIST Each Gas Turbine Generator train shall consist but not limited to the following: (NOTE: ‘•’ indicates party with primary responsibility) Pos. y) on all high speed shafts. 1.Doc. weather hood. All Auxiliaries complete • 1.3. Two compartment Lube Oil Rundown Tank for power turbine and gearbox (if required) • 1.7.2. 1 Gas turbine driver complete • 2. 1 Gas Turbine Enclosure Water Mist or Inergen Fire Suppression System • 2.5. Description Remarks VENDOR Electric Generator unit • 1. 1 Common skid for turbine driver. 1 Electric generator 1. Qty. Silencers.1.3.1.) • 2. Main and auxiliary equipment couplings and coupling guards • 2. expansion joints.2. Temperature probes on all bearings. 1 Gas Turbine Starting and Loading Systems • PURCHASER .5. generator. vibration probes (x. 1 Complete Turbine Exhaust Systems (incl.6. silencers.7. 1 Gas Turbine Acoustic Enclosures • 2. 1 Complete Gas Turbine Inlet Air Systems (incl. axial displacement probes • Gas Turbine Driver 2.8.

1 Auxiliary oil pump AC motor driven • 3. 1 Oil heater 3. 4. First fill of lubricants cooled}{air • • Not in scope of supply NA Cooling system (fuel gas. 1 Oil demister At oil system vent • 3. 5. 5.1. 1 Gas Turbine Fuel Gas Supply Filtration /Coalescing. tandem type • 3. lubrication oil) 1 Lube oil cooler (Note Error: Reference source not found) {Water cooled} cooled} {air • Control system and instrumentation 1 Local panel with process monitoring device (screen) and keyboard including data logging and trend analysis function (easy accessible and operable) Local control panel in exfree zone {control room} {for outdoor sheltered installation} {for outdoor unsheltered installation equipped with weather protection roof} • 6.2.9.6. 1 Oil storage tank Retention time ≥ 5 min • 3. 1 Start-up and shut-down logic • 6.6.12. No : 21010-BAE-77100-ME-SP-0001 Rev No : C0C0 Page : Appendix B1 Remarks VENDOR 2. Regulation and Control System • 2.4.1. 1 PLC based control system for fully automatically operation.8.2. Description Doc. 1 Oil filter 2 x 100%. 1 Gas Turbine Liquid Fuel Supply Filtration/ Coalescing.11. 1 Main oil pump Shaft driven • 3.1. PURCHASER • . 1 Temperature monitoring (by PLC) bearing safety device • 6. 1 Emergency oil pump DC motor driven • 3. 6. process data monitor • 6.5.7. 1 Gas Turbine Starting and Loading Systems • 2.Pos.8. Regulation and Control System • 2. 1 Annunciator.7.5.3. Qty. Lubrication system 3. 1 Vibration monitoring system (by PLC) Probes have to be type Bentley Nevada • 6. minimum with: Control of generator and all auxiliaries • 6. all Required instrumentation 6. 1 Fuel Gas Super heaters • 3.10.9. 1 Oil cooler (with 2X50% fans if air-cooled) {Water cooled} • 3.4.3. 1 Capacity Control and Load Sharing Control System • 6.

6. 1 lot Cabling between the following (Note 1) 7. {separate unit for each compressor} {common for operational and stand by compressor} • If no arrangement plan is included in this technical specification. 1 lot Turbine enclosure main & emergency lighting • 7.6. For 6.2. all LV motors • 7.5.g.6.4.8.1. 1 lot fire and gas/ ESD system and the turbine control systems • 7. 6.6. all Control panel internal cabling • 7. all Power connection and control devices for anti-condensation heater 7.5.1. all Control panel and LV-MCC • 7. 1 lot skid junction boxes and the turbine control panel fire & gas/ ESD system • 7. 1 7. 1 Control panel • 7.3. 1 PURCHASER 1 Note Hydraulic control oil unit with 2 x 100 % oil pumps Skid mounted 2 x 100 %.1. fully redundant. {all} Power cabling between LVMCC’s and generator units ON/OFF logic no temperature control Including cabling end connections {and in accordance with IEC 332/3-A} {Not in scope of supply} • • • 7.3.5: Control cabling between control panel and MV MCC a total of {500} m has to be calculated. all Control panel and hydraulic oil unit • 7.6. control panel and compressor unit or N2 generator and compressor unit or N2 generator and control panel). LV motor starter panel / MCC including VFD Located in main switchboard room • Anti condensation heater for: • 7. 1 On-skid Electrical/ElectroHydraulic Starter • 7.6. Hydraulic control oil system 8. all Description Doc.. all On skid cabling • 7.4. No : 21010-BAE-77100-ME-SP-0001 Rev No : C0C0 Page : Appendix B1 Remarks VENDOR • Serial link for the control system to transfer all process data to the main control room ICSS Electrical equipment 7. all Junction boxes on all skids for interconnecting cables • 8. all Cabling between control panel and MV MCC • 7.Pos.4.3. please calculate length of {100} m for interconnecting cables and pipes (e.6.9. 7. 1 LV MCC • 7. . Qty.2.1.2.6.2.2.2.9.7.

separate vent line for safety valve vent line (pos. 1 Laptop with hardware accessories and all programming and license software • PURCHASER . 9. commissioning and maintenance • 11. 1 Coupling hub tool assembly • 11.3.2. No : 21010-BAE-77100-ME-SP-0001 Rev No : C0C0 Page : Appendix B1 Remarks VENDOR Piping and valves all Thermal relief valve.1.Pos.6. all Lube oil piping • 9.1) • 9. Flame arrestor on seal and maintenance vent lines.1. Ladders. for all generators) • 11. Special tools 11. all Piping between hydraulic oil unit and hydraulic valves. valves for maintenance and commissioning are in scope of supply} 9. • 9. Description Doc. 1 lot Necessary Access Platforms.5.5.1. Qty. gasket. 1 Turbine removal runway beam and block & tackle and trolley • 11. 1 lot Internal Skid provisions to permit On-line and Off-line Washing • 11.8. 1 All required special tools and other provisions required for erection.7. all Flanges with counter flanges.4. Not applicable for air cooled systems • Safety devices 10. all Acoustic insulation as necessary • 10. and Walkways • 11.6. 1 Hydraulic pump assembly • 11. 1 Skid alignment tools • 11.3.7.2. drains and vents • 9. slings and shackles (one no. 1 lot Personnel protection as necessary • 10.2. all {All required cooling pipes and distribution equipment for cooling systems. piped to two common flanges (inlet/outlet). all Thermal insulation as necessary • 9. 10. supplied as loose items in straight length.4. 1 Skid lifting/handling spreader bar. bolts and nuts for process gas piping. maintenance valves and flare piping to safe area 9.

No : 21010-BAE-77100-ME-SP-0001 Rev No : C0C0 Page : Appendix B1 Description Remarks VENDOR PURCHASER Noise reduction devices 12. The VENDOR shall co-ordinate and assures early delivery and timely correct delivery time to site for these parts. all wired to one junction box. • Hold-down material 13. Qty. forced air ventilation 2 x 100 %} {noise blankets} {Not accessible} to fulfill noise specification (Note 2 ) • 12.Pos.1.2. Doc. all Preservation and packing 15. 1 lot UPS Power Chargers/ Inverters and Distribution Condition Monitoring System • 2 Note 3 Note If accessible: including light/emergency exit light. 1 set All necessary spare and wear parts for erection and commissioning • Exclusions 18. 17. 1 {Enclosure for each GTG incl. 12. 2 Silencer including slide bearing on suction and discharge side {If required} to fulfill noise specification • 12. all Labeling 16.1. 1 set Hold-down material complete (Note 3) E. base plates and leveling material.g.2. all All necessary noise insulation on pipes. 1 lot Erection and assembly integration at Module Fabricator Yard and on-board FPSO at PURCHASER appointed shipyard • 18. 1 lot Lube Oil Piping between Lube Oil skids and the Lube Oil Coolers • 18. It must be assured by the VENDOR that all his required equipment fixations/anchor plates/supporting/holding/ spacer materials linked directly to structural enforcement are delivered to site at such early date that they are readily available when construction works begins.1. .1.. storage. 16. 1 lot Motor Control Centres • 18. all Spare parts 17.3.1. 15.1. 14. 18.3.1. bolts and nuts • Painting incl.4. valves and equipment where necessary 13. final coat Outdoor Offshore • Preservation and packing suitable for type of transportation. erection and commissioning Road transportation/ seaworthy • Name plates with rating engraved in English Stainless steel or equivalent • Painting 14.

13.8.7.9.5. Description Doc. Qty. 1 lot All cabling and related ancillaries between the UCP and VFD and PURCHASER’s power management system via serial link • 18. 1 lot All cabling and related ancillaries from UPS AC distribution boards to the Turbine Control Panels • 18. 1 lot A. No : 21010-BAE-77100-ME-SP-0001 Rev No : C0C0 Page : Appendix B1 Remarks VENDOR PURCHASER 18. 1 lot All cabling and related ancillaries between the skid and 6. 1 lot All cabling and related ancillaries between the FPSO module fire and gas/ ESD system and the turbine control systems • 18.6kV switchboard • 18. as required for the serial communications link. Others 1 lot Any other item not specifically listed above but necessary for safe & reliable operation of the system • .Pos.10.11. 1 lot All cabling and related ancillaries between the turbine control system and the motor control centres • 18. motor starters and switchgear • 18. 19. • 18. 1 lot All cabling and related ancillaries between the skid power users and the motor control centres • 18.6. 1 lot First fill of lubricants • 19.C.12.1. 1 lot All cabling and related ancillaries between the turbine control system and PURCHASER’s ICSS.

No : 21010-BAE-77100-ME-SP-0001 Rev No : C0C0 Page : Appendix B1 VENDOR shall prepare a deviation list to the referred codes & standards and this specification.Doc. This shall be submitted with the bid and form part of the contract if approved by PURCHASER. if applicable. Sample format: Item # 1 2 Reference codes / specification Description Reason /Impact due to the deviation Remarks .

Cyclone: Yes5 to 6 cyclones every year between October and December. Southwest monsoon between May to August and Northeast monsoon between October to March gives rise to the predominantly rainy and dry seasons respectively.APPENDIX C1: Doc. ENVIRONMENTAL AND METOCEAN DATA General Condition (HOLD) D1 Field location: 200 km to the west of Mumbai City. torrential rainfall and large storm surges. Condition: Severe marine conditions – high winds. Document No. India in the Western Offshore area Climate: Hot moist climate due to Asian monsoon system. Refer to attached document for more details of the utility and site conditions. ENVIRONMENTAL AND METOCEAN DATA Revision A0 . No : 21010-BAE-77100-ME-SP-0001 Rev No : C0C0 Page : Appendix C1 UTILITY. Document Title 21010-BAE-70000-PR-SP-0001 UTILITY.

All requirements specified herein shall be fulfilled via requirements to all noise contributing components and requirements to noise insulation/absorption of walls.. if any. VENDOR is to specify calculated sound power level from the package based on an average sound pressure level not to exceed the noise limit of 85 dBA at 1. . decks etc.APPENDIX C2: Doc. No : 21010-BAE-77100-ME-SP-0001 Rev No : C0 Page : Appendix C2 EQUIPMENT DESIGN CRITERIA EQUIPMENT NOISE LIMITS The overall noise level of the package when operating in normal service shall be minimized to the lowest reasonably possible level.0 meter distance from the package.

) I or T witnessed by Witness or Hold Point Type of Q-record Remarks 1 Pre-fabrication Meeting L */B * R {Q} 2 Approved Drawings L */B/S * R {Q} 3 Material Identification L */U/B/S * R {Q} 4 Material Test Reports L */S * R {Q} 5 NDE Procedures L */B/S * R {Q} 6 NDE Personnel Qualification L */S * R {Q} 7 Welding Procedure Qualification L */B. type of test. Doc.S * R {Q} 8 Welder Qualification Tests L * * R {Q} 9 Static and Dynamic Balancing of Rotating L * * R {Q} Parts/ Components Inspection L * * R {Q} a) Shaft & Rotor L * * R {Q} b) Blades & Wheels L * * R {Q} c) Seals L * * R {Q} d) Bearings L * * R {Q} e) Base and Mounting Parts L * * R {Q} f) Discs L * * R {Q} g) Combustors L * * R {Q} Elements 10 16 Lube and Control Oil System Inspection L * * R {Q} 17 Fuel Systems Inspection L * * R {Q} 18 Start Systems Inspection L * * R {Q} 19 Acoustic Enclosure Inspection L * * R {Q} 20 Auxiliary Piping & Turbine Inspection L * * R {Q} . special requirements etc. applicable codes. No : 21010-BAE-77100-ME-SP-0001 Rev No : C0 Page : Appendix C3 SPECIFIC INSPECTION AND TEST REQUIREMENTS Description I or T performed (Identity of I & T object.APPENDIX C3: No.

S.S.K */M R {Q} f) Rotor Overspeed Test (Discs Only) L */B.K */M R {Q} d) Performance Test L */B. special requirements etc. Description Doc. Visual and Dimensional L */B/S * R {Q} Testing (complete Gas Turbine) L * * R {Q} a) Approved Testing Procedures L * * R {Q} b) Hydrostatic Test L */B. applicable codes.K * R {Q} prior to Testing 38 .K */M R {Q} h) Test Report/ Certificates L */B.K */M R {Q} e) Instrument Functional Test L */B.S.S */H R {Q} c) Mechanical Running Test L */B.No.S.S. No : 21010-BAE-77100-ME-SP-0001 Rev No : C0 Page : Appendix C3 I or T performed (Identity of I & T object.) I or T witnessed by Witness or Hold Point Type of Q-record Remarks 21 Combustion Air Filter L * * R {Q} a) Systems Inspection L * * R {Q} b) Smoke Test L * * R {Q} 24 Instrumentation & Control Inspection L * * R {Q} 25 Alarm and Shutdown Inspection L * * R {Q} 26 Fire Protection Systems Inspection L * * R {Q} 27 Inspection of Assembly L * * R {Q} a) Baseplate L * * R {Q} b) Visual and Dimensional L * * R {Q} c) Electrical L * * R {Q} Welding Inspection L * * R {Q} a) Welding material verification L * * R {Q} b) Joint preparation and fit-up L * * R {Q} b) Visual and dimensional of weldments L * * R {Q} 31 35 Non-destructive Examination L * * R {Q} 36 Heat Treatment (if applicable) L * * R {Q} 37 Final Inspection. type of test.

applicable codes. Description Doc. type of test. No : 21010-BAE-77100-ME-SP-0001 Rev No : C0 Page : Appendix C3 I or T performed (Identity of I & T object.S * R {Q} b) Functional Test L */B.S * R {Q} a) Insulation Test L */B.S * R {Q} 55 Enclosure Assembly Static Test L * * R {Q} 56 Instrumentation & Control Inspection L * * R {Q} 57 Final Assembly Inspection L * * R {Q} 58 Parts and spares check L */B * R {Q} 59 Identification Nameplate & Rotation Arrows L */S * R {Q} 60 Painting/ Protective Coating L */B * R {Q} 61 Final Inspection. L */B */M R {Q} including Weighing prior to Shipment 62 Preparation for Transportation & Storage L */B */M R {Q} 63 Documentation per VDRL and L */B * R {Q} Specifications Abbreviations: I & T Performed by / Witnessed by Witness or Hold Point L VENDOR Y Internal Test U Material or Sub VENDOR M Witness point. internal test will be performed B PURCHASER Engineer or rep H Hold point. Visual and Dimensional.) I or T witnessed by Witness or Hold Point Type of Q-record Remarks 46 Cleaning L 47 Lube Oil System and Other Auxiliary L Equipment / Piping 52 * * * * R {Q} R {Q} a) Approved Test Procedures L * * R {Q} b) Hydrostatic Test L */B. or witnessing is officially waived . work will be stopped until the witnessing party is able to attend. if the witnessing party is unable to participate.No.S */H R {Q} c) Operational Test L * * R {Q} d) Cleanliness L * * R {Q} Unit Control Panel L */B. special requirements etc.

No : 21010-BAE-77100-ME-SP-0001 Rev No : C0 Page : Appendix C3 Type of Q-Record R Quality record for internal purposes only Q Quality record handed over to the PURCHASER *as required according to Class requirements .K Owner S Official Acceptance Authority Doc.

Painting and corrosion protection of the gas turbines package complete shall be as per Manufacturer’s standard suitable for the medium specified in Appendix C2 and environmental condition specified in Appendix C1. No : 21010-BAE-77100-ME-SP-0001 Rev No : C0 Page : Appendix C4 PAINTING & CORROSION PROTECTION REQUIREMENTS Equipment location: Outdoor. This however shall be equal or better than the project Painting & Protective Coating Specification listed in Appendix C6. above the FPSO topside deck level. .APPENDIX C4: Doc.

. Revision No. No. Document Title N/A Document No.APPENDIX C5: Doc. No : 21010-BAE-77100-ME-SP-0001 Rev No : C0 Page : Appendix C5 PIPING AND INSTRUMENTATION DIAGRAM (P&ID) P&ID for the Gas Turbine system shall be provided by VENDOR in their bid submission.

No. Revision No. Technical Specification for Cable (Power & Control) 21010-BAE-32100-EL-SP-0001 C0 . Technical Specification for Generator – TG Set 21010-BAE-77100-EL-SP-1001 C0 7.Paint & Protective Coating 21010-BAE-70000-ME-SP-0007 C0 2. General Specification – Insulation for Equipment and Piping 21010-BAE-70000-ME-SP-0008 C0 3. No : 21010-BAE-77100-ME-SP-0001 Rev No : C0 Page : Appendix C6 APPLICABLE PROJECT REQUIREMENTS The following list of project specifications shall be applicable for the intended scope of work in this specification. Document Title Document No. Technical Specification for Electrical Requirements on Packaged Equipment 21010-BAE-77000-EL-SP-0003 C0 6. Technical Specification for Instrumentation and Control Cables 21010-BAE-70000-IN-SP-0028 C0 4. 1. Technical Specification for Instruments and Controls for Packaged Equipment 21010-BAE-70000-IN-SP-0030 C0 5. Technical Specification for LV Motor 21010-BAE-77600-EL-SP-2001 C0 8. General Specification .APPENDIX C6: Doc.

Gas Turbine Generator – Equipment Layout HOLD Revision No. No. HOLD . No : 21010-BAE-77100-ME-SP-0001 Rev No : C0 Page : Appendix C7 LAYOUT PLAN Refer to attached layout drawings for the available plot plan. Document Title Document No.APPENDIX C7: Doc. 1.

C0 . No : 21010-BAE-77100-ME-SP-0001 Rev No : C0 Page : Appendix D1 EQUIPMENT DESIGN DATA SHEETS VENDOR shall fill in the standard API datasheets as per attached or equivalent and submit the completed datasheets with the technical proposal. 1.APPENDIX D1: Doc. Datasheet for Gas Turbine 21010-BAE-77100-ME-DS-0001 Revision No. No. Document Title Document No.

01 EQUIPMENT LITERATURE/ BROCHURES DATA ON ALL EQUIPMENT & INSTRUMENTATION X .09 ERECTION PROCEDURE X X 4 WAFO F 4 WAFO F 4 WAFO F & SCHEDULE 1. # DOCUMENT DESCRIPTION WITH BID 1.03 VENDOR DOCUMENT REGISTER LIST X X X 1 WAFO 1.06 MANUFACTURING & DELIVERY X X 1 WAFO SCHEDULES FOR ALL EQUIPMENT & SKIDS 1.00 DESIGN INFORMATION X Drawings and document within this class shall provide detail design information to allow verification of several compliance with PURCHASER’s specifications 2.04 WEIGHT AND CENTRE OF GRAVITY X X X 4 WAFO F X X 4 WAFO F Bi-weekly DATASHEETS 1.07 EXPERIENCE LIST/ REFERENCE X 1.01 FUNCTIONAL DESCRIPTION X X X 4 WAFO F 1.00 INTERFACE INFORMATION WITH FINAL REQ’D PROJECT DATA DATE Drawings and documents within this class shall comprise all information which may interface with other facilities activities of PURCHASER.12 MANUFACTURERS EQUIPMENT LIST FOR ALL X X X X INSTRUMENTATION AND COMPONENTS 1.APPENDIX E1: Doc.08 RELIABILITY/ AVAILABILITY DATA X 1.05 NOISE DATASHEETS 1. and are of major importance for the facility design and project schedule 1.13 TRAIN CONFIGURATION 2.11 TYPICAL DELIVERABLES PACKAGE X TO ESTABLISH CONTENT & FORMAT 1. No : 21010-BAE-77100-ME-SP-0001 Rev No : C0 Page : Appendix E1 VENDOR DOCUMENT REGISTER LIST VENDOR / sub-VENDOR shall provide the following documents as a minimum according to the submission schedule.10 TRAINING PROPOSAL 1.02 PROGRESS REPORT 1.

17 CAPITAL SPARES LISTING 2.11 UTILITIES REQUIREMENTS CONSUMPTION 2.02 GENERAL WITH BID ARRANGEMENT DRAWING. 2.04 DETAIL DESIGN DRAWING X X 2 WAFO F 2.e.12 DATA SHEETS – i.e.06 down bolts location detail drawing consist of size of bolts 2. electrical and equipments 2.05 LIFTING BOLTS X X 2 WAFO F SADDLE FIXING LOCATION i. includes I/O and Functional/ logic diagram. tie- X X 2 WAFO F AND TIE-DOWN CALCULATION 2. X X X 2 WAFO F X X 10 WAFO F X X X 10 WAFO F X X X 2 WAFO F X X X 4 WAFO F X X X 4 WAFO F X X 2 WAFO F X X 4 WAFO F i.03 MECHANICAL CALCULATION X X 2 WAFO F 2. equipment etc.18 WEIGHT CALCULATION BACKUP SHEETS 2.10 CONTROL SYSTEM BLOCK DIAGRAM X X X 2 WAFO F and X X X 2 WAFO F mechanical.13 PARTS LIST INCLUDING SUB VENDORS FOR ALL EQUIPMENT & INSTRUMENTATION & COMPONENTS 2. No : 21010-BAE-77100-ME-SP-0001 Rev No : C0 Page : Appendix E1 WITH FINAL REQ’D PROJECT DATA DATE X X 2 WAFO F piping.00 MANUFACTURING AND TESTING PROCEDURES These documents shall demonstrate to PURCHASER that manufacturing and testing methods are acceptable .19 LIST OF SPECIAL TOOLS FOR X OPERATION & MAINTENANCE 3.07 PERFORMANCE CURVE/ DATA X X X 2 WAFO F 2. structural. 2. LAYOUT X X X 2 WAFO F 2.16 OPERATIONS SPARES LISTING (RECOMMENDED & POSSIBLE) 2.# DOCUMENT DESCRIPTION 2.09 WEIGHT. i. X Doc.08 OPERATING ENVELOPE X X X 2 WAFO F 2.14 SCHEDULE ROUTINE MAINTENANCE REQUIREMENT 2. instrument.15 COMMISSIONING OF SPARES (PROPOSED LISTING START-UP & POSSIBLE) 2.e.e.

01 Weld Repair Report X 1WAT F 4. No : 21010-BAE-77100-ME-SP-0001 Rev No : C0 Page : Appendix E1 WITH FINAL REQ’D PROJECT DATA DATE X 4WAFO F X 4WAFO F X 6WAFO F Procedure Qualification Results (WPS and WPQR) 3.02 Welder’s Qualification Record X 4WAFO F 4.12 Weighing Certificate X 1WAT F 4.05 Dye Penetrant Test Reports X 1WAT F 4.01 Welding Specification and WITH BID Welding Doc.# DOCUMENT DESCRIPTION 3.14 NDE Reports and Certificates. Summary X 1WAT F List X .03 Surface Cleaning and Painting Procedures 3.13 Lifting Gear Test Certificates X 1WAT F 4.10 Preservation Records X 1WPTD F 4. REPORTS AND CERTIFICATES These documents are required in order to demonstrate that material and equipment comply with specifications 4.09 Flushing Procedures X 2WPTT F 3.10 Leak Test Procedures X 2WPTT F 3.00 RECORDS.09 Material (Mill) Certificates X 1WAT F 4.08 Initial Preservation and Preparation for X 10WPTD F Shipment / Transport Procedures 3.07 Ultrasonic Test Reports X 1WAT F 4.04 Radiographic Test Procedures X 6WAFO F 3.04 Radiographic Test Reports X 1WAT F 4.11 Weighing Procedures X 6WAFO F 4.06 Magnetic Particle Test Procedures X 6WAFO F 3.08 NDE Operators Certificates X 4WAFO F 4.06 Magnetic Particle Test Reports X 1WAT F 4.11 Leak Test Reports X 1WAT F 4.03 Surface Cleaning and Painting Report X 1WAT F 4.07 Ultrasonic Test Procedures X 6WAFO F 3.05 Dye Penetrant Test Procedures X 6WAFO F 3.02 Welding Repair Procedures 3.

06 Instruction for Operation X 10WPTD F 5. .05 Instruction for Commissioning / Start-up X 10WPTD F 5.16 Final As-built Documentation / Dossier 5.01 Instruction for Lifting and Transport to X Fabrication Yard and During Loadout 5. correct and efficient installation.02 Instruction for Unpacking Inspection and X 10WPTD F X 10WPTD F X 10WPTD F Storage 5.15 List of Contents for Final WITH BID As-built Doc.08 List of Special Tools for Operation X 10WPTD F Removal.03 Instruction for Installation 5. Installation and Maintenance Purposes.04 Instruction for Preservation during Transport and Storage Before and After Installation 5. operation and maintenance of the equipment. No : 21010-BAE-77100-ME-SP-0001 Rev No : C0 Page : Appendix E1 WITH FINAL REQ’D PROJECT DATA DATE X X 10WPTD F X X 2WAD F Documentation 4.07 Instruction for Maintenance X 10WPTD F 5.00 INSTRUCTION FOR INSTALLATION. system and / or plant 5.# DOCUMENT DESCRIPTION 4. OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE These documents shall provide necessary and sufficient information for safe.

Dates are given in weeks related to the following milestones: Milestones Abbreviations used Firm Order WAFO Weeks after firm order (LOI/LOA or PO) Test WPTT Weeks prior to test WAT Weeks after test WPTD Weeks prior to delivery WAD Weeks after delivery Delivery P Payment depends on the submission and approval (Codes A or B) of this document HAND OVER “F” in this column indicates that the documents shall be submitted to PURCHASER in the Final As-Built Documentation. REQ’D DATE The date within which documents are to be transmitted to PURCHASER for review. No : 21010-BAE-77100-ME-SP-0001 Rev No : C0 Page : Appendix E1 WITH FINAL REQ’D PROJECT DATA DATE Notes BID ‘X’ in this column indicates that document shall be submitted with Bid. Certified copies are to be transmitted to PURCHASER within 4 weeks following VENDOR’s receipt of PURCHASER approval (Codes A or B). comments and approval or to be available for review at VENDOR’s premises. 5 hardcopies and 5 softcopies of approved Final Document shall be submitted. conforming the incorporation of PURCHASER’s comments and then submitted to the as Final Document. WITH PROJECT ‘X’ in this column indicates that document shall be submitted by VENDOR to PURCHASER for review. . comments and approval.# DOCUMENT DESCRIPTION WITH BID Doc. FINAL DATA ‘X’ in this column indicates that documents shall be certified correct by VENDOR.

No : 21010-BAE-77100-ME-SP-0001 Rev No : C0 Page : Appendix E2 CONTENT AND ARRANGEMENT OF DOCUMENTS PRESENTATION OF DOCUMENTS Size: Documents should be in standard A4 (or corresponding US sizes). approval and release. copy able with standard type copying machines. SPECIFICATION OF ENGINEERING DOCUMENTS General Arrangement Drawings and Mechanical Datasheets These documents and drawings serve as information source for preparing the detail load plan and plot plan which are the basis for coordinating the system and component engineering. Content • Main dimensions • Operating and dead weights • Location. tie-down/fixing details • Admissible forces and moments on main connections . All documents must bear the project name. Drawings should be reduced to the smallest possible size (A4 or A3) which can be read. Doc. for determining the FPSO layout and the materials quantity list for interconnecting equipment. without punches Copying: The documents must be of good quality. Each page of the document must have a page number and the total number of pages of the document as well as the revision status. 2. Margin: At least 30 mm. pressure ratings and dimensions of connections for piping interface or main media • Location of instrument and electrical junction boxes • Supports and base frame incl. Pages of larger size than A4 must be folded to A4 size and be unfoldable if tacked. Identification: For identification. The traceability between documents and their enclosures and attachments shall be evident. the equipment name and the tag number.APPENDIX E2: 1. Project title block All documents/drawings shall be equipped with the project title block. all documents must have an individual document number at the bottom of the page (right side). Signing The document shall be duly signed for preparation.

does not act as final instrument data sheet (i. dimensions and tie-in point locations in definitive version. location and dimensions of connections for piping ≥ DN 65 (≥ DN 2½") • location. dimensions and designation of attached valves or equipment • location and designation of connections for control and instrumentation Piping and Instrumentation Diagram (P & ID) & Legend This piping and instrumentation diagram shall include all process and utility flow diagrams. components and instrumentation. comments on the order or priority must be given (for example: horizontal or vertical pressure vessel arrangement or different overall heights). They shall be reasonably adjusted to the component size accordingly. assembly and erection plans on which the following data/content are required: • small piping arrangement • designation planning of measuring points and consumer locations • cable routing • pressure stage. 1st submission after award: The main dimensions must have their final version. The symbols. After approval of 1st submission: All specifications. interconnecting tie-in for all disciplines. all piping. This document.e. all tiein points. according ISA S20) which are required for O&M documentation. component numbering and designation shall be as per project P&ID legend issued by PURCHASER. The dimensions and the constructions for the detail load information must be in their final version. standard.Doc. If there is a choice between two or more alternatives. however. No : 21010-BAE-77100-ME-SP-0001 Rev No : C0 Page : Appendix E2 Degree of Precision During bidding stage: The tolerances for dimensions shall lie within 0 and minus 20 % and for weights and allowable forces and moments within 0 and minus 20 %. Instrument Index/Data This document is to give an overview of the VENDOR's instrumentation. Content: . This issue serves as information source for the detail design. designation. The forces and moments must lie within 0 to minus 10 %.

g. crude. Pressure rating. which the instrument has to withstand permanently without any damage P&ID The corresponding P&ID document number MANUFACTURER Name of the instrument manufacturer MODEL Model name and / or number of the instrument RATINGS IP rating.O. where the measurement is taken.Doc.e.g. corresponding with the electrical output signal ELECTRICAL INTERFACE Type of the electrical interface: CONT NO for binary measurements with N. >MAX1. <MIN2. e. MEDIUM The Medium. which the instrument has to withstand permanently without any damage MAX TEMPERATURE Maximum allowable operating temperature.C.g. steam PROCESS RANGE Process range to be measured (SI-unit. max 24 characters) STATUS Status as extension of the signal name. Ex rating. according to P&ID tag numbers) DESIGNATION The description of the measurement. No : 21010-BAE-77100-ME-SP-0001 Rev No : C0 Page : Appendix E2 IDENTIFICATION Identification number (i. e.) ADJUSTED INSTRUMENT RANGE Adjusted (calibrated) physical range of the instrument.e. contact Signal range for analogue signals (i.g. pressure switch) only NORMAL VALUE Normal physical process operating point (usually 100% point) MAX PRESSURE Maximum allowable operating pressure. ‘4-20mA’) SETTING The physical (threshold) value corresponding with the "STATUS". <MIN1.g. level gauge. for binary measurements (e. or the name of the signal (using standard abbreviations.g. e. pressure transmitter. contact CONT NC for binary measurements with N. local PLC system) INSTRUMENT TYPE Type of instrument. e. etc. 12 characters) FUNCTION The functionality of the instrument LOCAL / REMOTE The following entries are applicable: LOC for local instrument REM for remote measurement (Central Control Room) LCP for local control panel (e. Temperature rating MATERIAL Material type and grade DATA SHEET The corresponding instrument data sheet document number HOOK-UP DRAWING The corresponding instrument hook-up drawing number (mechanical arrangement drawing) CONNECTION The corresponding electrical connection diagram number of the . kg/s etc. kPa. for binary measurements only (max.

e.e. nominal voltage of a power supply SETTING The physical (threshold) value corresponding with the "STATUS".e.e. OFF. <MIN1. Content: IDENTIFICATION Identification number (i.e.DIAGRAM Doc. the name of the signal or power supply (using standard abbreviations.e. SETPOINT.g. It is also used for detail design of the overall plant control system (DCS). max 24 characters) STATUS Status as extension of the signal name. The information shall serve to perform the planning of the signal cabling between the VENDOR's system and PURCHASER or its contractors. according to P&ID tag numbers) SIGNAL NO. ‘24 VDC’) CONT NO for binary signals with Normal Open Contact CONT NC for binary signals with Normal Closed Contact Signal range for analogue signals (i. marshalling or control cubicle within the subsystem TERMINAL BLOCK Designation of the terminal block TERMINAL Terminal numbers for the signal CONNECTION DIAGRAM The document number of the corresponding electrical connection (terminal) diagram . POSITION. i. i. only for binary measurement signals ELECTRICAL SIGNAL TYPE The following types are defined: Voltage rate for commands from PURCHASER’s DCS to the field / subsystem (i.: ON. ‘4-20mA’) POWER SUPPLY for power supply feed-in LOCATION Tag number of the junction box i. DISTURBED. E. <MIN2 for binary signals. ACTUAL VALUE for analogue signals PHYSICAL RANGE The physical (measuring) range of the signal. Signal number according to PURCHASER’s numbering system DESIGNATION The description of the measurement. No : 21010-BAE-77100-ME-SP-0001 Rev No : C0 Page : Appendix E2 instrument (if not already included in the instrument data sheet) Terminal List and Connection Diagrams These documents shall show the complete electrical signal and power supply interface on the VENDOR's limit of scope. >MAX1.

media (i. Its content is of no interest for erection purposes. fabrication and shop assembly and sales documents are not acceptable as they are unsuitable for ensuring the proper estimating and erection activities. etc. for transportation and handling on site For pre-assembly on site: • Necessary space required for the pre-assembly of equipment on site prior to positioning . the variant applicable for the delivered equipment must be clearly identified and marked (copy able marking).) • Description of surface preparation • Painting system applied. submerged. drawings issued for design. for each coat: type of binder. specified type of layers. number of components. • Description of type of exposure. type of chemicals. spray water.e. INSTALLATION AND ASSEMBLY DOCUMENT Content The installation instructions contain information required for the following: • estimation of all necessary activities • execution instructions for the specified equipment If the documentation comprises several variants. atmospheric. hoists and cranes. Arrangement The erection instructions shall have the following sections: For handling: • Simple and clear description of each equipment (black box) including overall dimensions and weight • Guidelines for temporary storage and conservation on site • Special precaution measures for transportation and handling on site • Handling points for suspension (slings. lifting beam) or jacks • List and description of necessary tools. type of pigment. each layer described by at least: - number of coats. shackles. Each equipment is considered to be a black box. such as: indoor/outdoor. color code - minimum dry film thickness - Total dry film thickness for the system 3.Doc. etc. insulated/non-insulated. therefore papers for advertising. No : 21010-BAE-77100-ME-SP-0001 Rev No : C0 Page : Appendix E2 Equipment Painting and Coating Specification A specification of any painting or coating work should at least contain the following: • Definition of substrate material and temperature.

operation and maintenance description of the equipment.Maintenance. . principle of operation • Maintenance . Papers for advertising purposes and sales documents are not accepted as they are unsuitable for ensuring proper operation. purpose. general data sheet of product • Appendices . checks before/during/after start-up. tools and assembly aids. normal operation.Sectional drawings.• Doc. etc. spare parts list or code. preservation measures • Operation Start-up. preventive maintenance. dismantling and reassembly. the variant applicable for the delivered equipment must be clearly identified and marked (copy able marking). • O&M documentation Final submission: Contain all information concerning operation and maintenance incorporating commissioning experiences (i. It shall contain clear and complete start-up. • List and description of necessary tools.Data sheets with set values. etc. switch set values. etc. If the documentation comprises several variants. cable and instrument lists. parts list. OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE DOCUMENT Content The operating instructions contain information required for safe and continuous operation of the equipment. hoists and cranes. hoists and cranes. inspections. safety measures. available information concerning operation and maintenance known prior to commissioning. internal connections and wiring diagrams. for pre assembly on site 4. shut-down. for pre assembly on site For positioning and erection: • Necessary space for positioning of each equipment • Erection instructions complete.Construction. etc. trouble shooting. record drawings).e. piping. Arrangement The operating instructions shall have the following sections: For all equipment: • General description . trial runs. abnormal operating conditions. including descriptions of all procedures. standstill • Technical data . designation of parts and connections (number and name). Degree of Information • O&M documentation 1st submission: It does contain complete. wiring diagrams. valve. material data. No : 21010-BAE-77100-ME-SP-0001 Rev No : C0 Page : Appendix E2 List and description of necessary tools.

contain the following: • Project Title • VENDOR’s Internal Order Number • PURCHASER Purchase Order Number • Tag Number • Package Description • VENDOR’s Document Reference Number(on each sheet) • VENDOR’s Approvals/Authorisation • Date of Issue • Issue/Revision Status (on each sheet) • Sheet Number and Total Number of Sheets (on each sheet) • Space for PURCHASER’s ITP Reference Number • Inspection and Test Activity (in test sequence) • Inspection Characteristics • Responsible Party for Performance of Test • Reference Documents/Standards/Procedures (with document numbers) • Type of Q-record • Acceptance Criteria • Q-activity Intervention Parties (VENDOR. QUALITY RECORDS DOCUMENT Inspection and Test Plan The I&T Plan provided by the VENDOR shall indicate all standard test procedures. Hold Point.) • Space for Intervention Party’s Signatures/Date A sample of the I&T Plan format is shown below: Item No Activity Description Reference Document Type of QRecord Acceptanc e Criteria Q-Activities Intervention Parties Vendor Sign/Date 3rdParty Sign/Date Test Instructions Test Instructions provided by the VENDOR shall indicate among others: Purcha ser Sign/Date Remarks . However. as a minimum.) • Intervention Categories (Review. Third-Party. etc. PURCHASER. the I&T Plan shall. etc. Regulatory Authority. No : 21010-BAE-77100-ME-SP-0001 Rev No : C0 Page : Appendix E2 5. Class Society. Witness. Client. inspections and examinations as well as confirmations to be accomplished with the specified equipment It is the VENDOR’s choice how to present the needed information.Doc.

Inspection and Test Records (MDR) Quality records provided by the VENDOR according to theI&T Plan shall indicate among others: • Item(s) of which I&T Plan the record corresponds • The information or reference mentioned in Test Instruction above.. all with the corresponding acceptance / rejection criteria. etc. • Results of the inspections and tests. values to be measured. No : 21010-BAE-77100-ME-SP-0001 Rev No : C0 Page : Appendix E2 • Identity of the I&T object • I&T set-up / connections / environment • I&T instrumentation to be used including accuracy data I&T step by step procedure including functions to be checked. as related to the acceptance / rejection criteria.Doc. features to be scrutinised. .

APPENDIX E3: Doc. No : 21010-BAE-77100-ME-SP-0001 Rev No : C0 Page : Appendix E3 BASS 2-YEAR SPARE PARTS FORM .