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CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP

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PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE

FOR

ENGINEERING, PROCUREMENT

AND CONSTRUCTION (EPC)

BIDDERS

Rev.

Date

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Description
Issued for PQ

20-MAY-2012

Revised pages 70&71 (Exhibit A & Exhibit B)

CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP)
EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE

Table of Contents
Description

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Introduction

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Overview
Engineering, Procurement and Construction (“CONTRACTOR”)
Responsibilities
Pre-Requisite for Prequalification

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5.0

Instructions to Companies Registering for Qualified Bidders List

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Documents Required:
CONTRACTOR Declaration

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FACT SHEET

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Attachment No. 1 Contractor Information

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Attachment No. 2 Experience

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Attachment No. 3 Establishment

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Attachment No. 4 Financial

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Attachment No. 5 Project Execution

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Attachment No. 6 Quality Management

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Attachment No. 7 Health, Safety and Environmental

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Attachment No. 8 Construction and Procurement Strategy

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Attachment No. 9 Litigation / Arbitration / Disputes

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Attachment No. 10 IT Support System

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Forms, Tables and Exhibits
Form-1 : Experience World-Wide

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Form-1.1 : Experience World-Wide Summary

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Form-2 : Contractor Reference Inquiry

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Form-3 : Contractor Safety Performance

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Table-1 : Contractor’s Interest

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Exhibit A : Minimum PQ requirement for Bidder

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Exhibit B : Minimum PQ requirements for JV Leader

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KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE
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CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP)
EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE

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INTRODUCTION
This prequalification procedure and attached documents are presented by Kuwait
National Petroleum Company (“KNPC” or “Owner”), for the purpose of establishing a
list (“Qualified Bidders List” or “QBL”) of qualified Engineering, Procurement and
Construction Contractors (“CONTRACTOR”) for the KNPC Clean Fuels Project
(“Project”) to be constructed in the State of Kuwait.

The objective of the Project is to safely and economically build new units,
modify/revamp existing units in two existing refinery complexes and retire one
complete refinery complex, all work

designed, procured, constructed and

commissioned in accordance with Owner requirements utilizing world class execution
standards and procedures. The project will be divided in three (3) EPC packages.

Submission of the required prequalification information by the CONTRACTOR shall in
no way bind the Owner to invite any of the CONTRACTOR submitting qualifications to
enter into any contract and shall also not bind the Owner to make any financial
commitment in connection with any individual projects within the overall Project.
The information contained in this document and attachments is strictly confidential
and all companies submitting for qualification are required NOT to divulge the
contents to any third party.

The Owner, likewise, shall treat information submitted by the CONTRACTOR as
strictly confidential and will not make it available to any third party except to its
Partners and/or Consultants where the Owner deems it appropriate and applicable.
The selection of companies to be compiled on the QBL shall be based on specific
selection criteria which is solely determined by Owner and shall be applied equally to

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CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE all CONTRACTORs responding to this letter. . 01 Page 4 . Final selection of companies to be on the QBL will be approved by Owner and shall be solely at Owners discretion. Bid Basis: The EPC Package(s) will be tendered on Lump Sum Turnkey basis and will be issued by the Kuwait Central Tendering Committee (CTC). It is currently anticipated that the tenders for the Project will be issued in the last quarter of calendar year 2012 and an expected award in the last quarter of calendar year 2013. KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev.

Mina Al Ahmadi (MAA). KNPC plans the retirement of the processing facilities at Shuaiba Refinery. blending and shipping/logistics facilities) with MAA/MAB Operations. and a major upgrade/expansion of the MAA and MAB refineries to integrate KNPC’s Refining System into one Refining Complex with Full Conversion operation with highest Light Ends Products Yields and nil Fuel Oil production.000 BPSD from 736. and within approximately 10 Kilometers distance apart overall. As part of the Clean Fuels Project. and Shuaiba (SHU) Refineries. The scope described herein covers only the important units and is intended to provide a general idea to the Contractors.000 BPSD (after SHU Retirement) - Integrate operating capability of the MAA/MAB with optimum utilization of the existing Infrastructure.0 OVERVIEW KNPC currently owns and operates three refineries in the State of Kuwait. The retirement of SHU will include potential integration of some offsites facilities (storage. KNPC had engaged the services of Fluor Limited as the Project Management Consultant during the Front End Engineering Design (FEED) stage. A brief description of the scope for CFP packages is provided below. all located along the coastal zone south of Kuwait City. Mina Abdullah (MAB). 01 Page 5 .SCOPE OF WORK KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE 2. These CFP Project objectives will be to: - Meet year 2020 market demands and specifications for transport fuels - Increase processing capacity at MAA/MAB to 800. The EPC works will be contracted on a competitively bid Lump Sum basis and will be executed using three EPC Contracts for the main units. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF MAA EPC PACKAGE .

000 BPSD New UOP 146 DIB (Deisobutanizer) 6.000 BPSD New Open Art .Fluor BPSD Revamp Open Art .000 30.Fluor MAA 163 Waste Water Treatment m3/h New Open Art . 01 Page 6 .800 BPSD New Open Art . MAA 186 FCC-NHTU 26.000 BPSD New Open Art .000 BPSD New CLG MAA 183 VRU 72.400 BPSD New Haldor Topsoe 42.Fluor IC5 Merox Unit 8.Fluor MAA 195 FCC Sour Water Treating MAA 56 Sour Water Stripper -. 6.000 BPSD New Axens New Open Art .Fluor MAA 141 ARDS 50.000 BPSD New Open Art .1 MAA 83 VRU MAA 25/26 MAA 107 Isomerization Unit (New) MAA 125 LPG Treating Unit MAA 153 HSR (New) MAA 46 Alkylation MAA 86 FCC MAA 178-B-02 MAA 178 46 3 SM /H 2 X 385 77000 CCR Pre-Fac & NHT 2X 33.400 BPSD Revamp DuPont 42. MAA 39 Eocene Topping Unit 24.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE MAA Refinery MAA EPC PACKAGE Refinery Unit No.Fluor 140 CCR Building -- -- Buildings -- -- KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev.Fluor 3 SM /H MAA 150 HSR 2x250 SM /H New Open Art .000 BPSD Revamp MAA 144 GOD 45. Unit Name MAA 135 DCU-NHTU MAA 137 DIP (Deisopentanizer) MAA 138 MAA Capacity Status Licensor 8.Fluor MAA 136 DCU 37.Fluor Revamp Open Art .Fluor MAA 151/152 SRU 2x200 MTPD New Shell Global Sol.Fluor MAA 148 HPU MMSCFD MAA 156 SWT 330 60 2 X 110 New Haldor Topsoe 3 New Open Art .264 BPSD New UOP SM3/H New Shell Global Sol.500 BPSD Revamp UOP New Open Art .000 BPSD Revamp UOP BPSD New Axens or UOP 2.000 BPSD New ABB Lummus MAA 283 HOC 39.000 BPSD New Shell Global Sol.

000 BPSD of hydrotreated vacuum residuum from the existing Vacuum Unit (VR-83) and the new Vacuum Rerun Unit (VR-183) into the following products of fuel gas. MAA Unit 137 – Deisopentanizer (DIP) The new Deisopentanizer Unit (DIP-137) is to be provided near the existing Unit 31/32/33 Gas Plant area.400 BPSD of unstabilized full range naphtha into a product of petrochemical grade naphtha (PCN). 1 vol% max. as well as other critical specifications. Feed Section. and anode grade coke. High Pressure Separation Section. The objective of DIP-137 is to separate isopentane from the Kuwait Natural Gasoline (KNG) stream via a fractionation column and to provide sufficient isopentane to meet the Mogas blending requirements. heavy coker gas oil.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE MAA Unit 135 – Coker Naphtha Hydrotreater (DCU-NHTU) Unit The new Coker Naphtha Hydrotreater Unit (NHTU-135) is designed to process 8.000 BPSD of isopentane feed using UOP’s Extractor Plus and Merox process technologies. 01 Page 7 . kerosene. MAA Unit 141 – Atmospheric Residue Desulphurization (ARDS) Unit The new ARDS (Unit 141) at the MAA Refinery is designed to process 100% High Sulfur Atmospheric Residuum (HSAR) from the existing Crude Distillation Units (CDU Unit 40 and 80) and the existing Eocene Unit 39. NHTU-135 is designed by the Licensor. diolefins. Reactor Section. Fractionation Section KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev. DCU-136 is designed by the Licensor. MAA Unit 138 . The unit is designed by the Licensor UOP to handle 8. The PCN will meet KNPC specifications including 500 ppmw max. Unit 141 is designed by the Licensor. naphtha. The new ARDS unit consists of major processing sections such as Make-up Hydrogen Section. to treat the atmospheric residue in order to produce Low Sulfur AR (LSAR). Naphtha and distillate are also produced in the ARDS. Low Pressure Separation Section.IC5 Merox Unit The new IC5 Merox Unit (Unit 138) is designed to remove mercaptans from the isopentane stream to meet the CFP sulfur specification of 10 ppmw before being sent to Mogas blending. Chevron Lummus Global (CLG). MAA Unit 136 – Delayed Coker Unit (DCU) The new Delayed Coker Unit (DCU-136) is designed to process 37. sulfur. olefins and 10 ppmw max. Haldor Topsoe. CBI Lummus (formerly ABB Lummus Global). The conversion of Atmospheric Residuum to distillate is maximized in this new unit. diesel.

and utilities to/from various units within the CFP Complex and to the existing refinery units. MAA Unit 178 – Buildings This system required modifications to accommodate the new and revamped units within the plant. products.) • Maintenance Workshop Complex • MAA Laboratory Extension Building • Emergency Coke Storage Building • HSE Building • Visitors Entrance Building KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev.800 BPSD of field butane feed to produce 1. 2. The objective of DIB-146 is to provide incremental isobutane required for the Unit 46 Alky revamp for a higher capacity. 3.) • Chlorine Storage Enclosure (2 nos. MAA Unit 01/11/36/57/97/160 / 161 – Interconnecting Pipeways The Interconnecting Piperack includes associated piping required to supply and/or transfer raw materials.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE MAA Unit 146 – Deisobutanizer (DIB) The new Deisobutanizer Unit (DIB-146) is designed to process 6. 01 Page 8 . MAA Unit 163 – Wastewater Treatment (WWT) System Wastewater to be treated includes process related water. 5 • CCR Building • Operator/Maintenance /Smoking Shelter &Toilets (2 nos. 4. MAA Unit 162 – Hydrocarbon Flare The Hydrocarbon Flare collects vent and relief hydrocarbon streams from new process units located in CFP block and safely directs them to disposal via combustion in the associated Elevated Flare.650 BPSD of isobutane. The following is a list of the permanent new buildings planned at the MAA Refinery: • MOB #1. fire fighting water and all rainwater runoff collected from paved and curbed process areas.

The new GOD unit consists of the processing sections such as Feed Section. The VR Unit includes Feed System. to produce ultra low sulfur diesel (ULSD) with a maximum sulfur specification of 7 ppmw for export. HOC Unit-283 is designed to cool Vacuum Gas Oil (VGO). sulfur and trace metals. Trim Gas Oil (TGO) and Vacuum Residue from Unit 183 before being sent to storage. Oil Drips System (ODS) sewer. The feedstock for this system is the green coke cut from the coke drums in the new MAA Refinery Delayed Coking Unit (DCU. the existing Atmospheric Residue Desulfurization (ARDS) units (ARDS 41. Section. Vacuum Column. The unit processes 45. 81. MAA Unit 144 – Gas Oil Desulphurization (GOD) Unit The new GOD Unit 144 is designed by the Licensor. accidentally oil contaminated (AOC) sewer. carbon. Drier Section KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev. High Pressure Separation Section.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE MAA Unit 179 – Underground Piping The OSBL underground piping for cooling water. Shell Global Solutions.000 BPSD of light straight run (SR) diesel from the existing Crude Distillation Units (CDU 4 and CDU 5) as well as diesel from the new Delayed Coker Unit (DCU 136). 42. Green coke typically contains moisture (from the DCU decoking operation). 82). Reactor. MAA Unit 183 – Vacuum Rerun (VR) Unit The new open art Vacuum Rerun (VR) Unit is designed to process 72. 01 Page 9 . is included in Unit 179. MAA Unit 283 – Heavy Oil Cooling The Heavy Oil Cooling. Product Stripper Section. Offgas Compression and Scrubbing System MAA Unit 187 . and the new ARDS 141 unit. Unit 136) and drained during cyclic operation. firewater. Vacuum Ejector and Condensate Collection System.Coke Handling Facility A new Coke Handling System to transfer coke to the existing main coke storage building located just west of the SHU Refinery solids pier in the Shuaiba Area Authority (SAA) for shipment to purchasers. volatile material. dry slops (DS) sewer.000 BPSD of Low Sulfur Atmospheric Residuum (LSAR) from the new ARDS Unit 141 and from the existing ARDS Units 41/42 and 81/82. etc.

Unit 144. Unit 186. designed by the Licensor. and SRU’s. During normal operation each regenerator train will operate at about 87% of design rate. The PDP package has prepared by the Licensor UOP. HSR-150 unit consists of two-60% trains.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE MAA Unit 148 – Hydrogen Production Unit (HPU) The new HPU-148 provides hydrogen required for the new hydroprocessing units in the MAA refinery. MAA Unit 151 and 152 – New Sulfur Recovery Unit (SRU) There are two-200 MT/D SRU/TGTU plants namely Unit 151 and MAA Unit 152. Condensate and Steam Section. the ARDS. Feed Desulphurization Section.000 BPSD of light naphtha to be used as feedstock to the new C5/C6 Isomerization unit (Unit 107). Pressure Swing Adsorption (PSA). Each train is designed with the provision of lean amine recirculation when turndown capacity is below 50% of the design feed rate. has a hydrogen production capacity of 67. the CCR section doesn’t require a revamp. and to produce 15. The two plants are identical. Units 151/152. Unit 125.8 volume%.000 BPSD of naphtha feed. The new HPU utilizes steam reforming to generate hydrogen at a minimum purity of 99. 01 Page 10 . each with a design capacity of 250 Sm3/h of rich amine. Unit 135. except that Unit 151 is also equipped with a common solvent storage tank and the associated solvent pumps. Reformer Section. The new units include the DCU-NHT. Haldor Topsoe. Unit 107. and to return the lean amine to the users. KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev. FCC-NHT. Compression Section. GOD. Therefore. CO Conversion Section.100 Nm³/h (60 MMSCFD). ISOM . Pre-reforming. Common Facilities MAA Unit 150 – New Hydrogen Sulfide Recovery (HSR) Unit The primary objective of the Hydrogen Sulfide Removal Unit (HSR) is to remove hydrogen sulfide (H 2 S) from the rich amine stream. Syngas cooling. The LPG Treating. MAA Unit 25 – CCR 1 / Unit 26 – CCR 2 (NHT/CCR) The NHT section in each unit will be revamped to process 35. The unit contains the sections: such as Gas Preparation Section. HPU-148. Heavy naphtha production rate remains the same as the original design. Unit 141.

the NHTs in the CCR 1 / 2 (CCR/NHT) Unit 25 and Unit 26 will be revamped.000 BPSD. & Gas Plant) in the MAA Refinery. MAA Unit 46 – Revamped Alkylation Unit and Deisobutanizer (DIB) The purpose of the DIB is to produce adequate quantities of Isobutane make-up required for Alkylate production. and to support the increased alkylate requirement for Mogas blending.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE MAA Unit 25/26 .000 kg/hr).Isomerization Unit 107 and LPG Treating Unit 125.000 kg/hr). A Revamp Process Design Package was prepared by the Licensor DuPont STRATCO to define the revamp scope. MAA Unit 83 – Revamped Vacuum Rerun (VR) Unit The existing Unit 83 will be revamped to improve product quality while retaining its current design capacity of 77. RMP. In addition. and near the Gas Plant area (DIP Unit 137. However. 01 Page 11 . The relief loads from these new and revamped units would be routed to the CCR Flare System. or adjacent to existing processing areas (MAFP. IC5 Merox Unit 138. As part of the project.400 BPSD total alkylate in order to process increased butylene feed due to FCC Revamp. Unit 86 FCC is being revamped as part of the Project to handle a revised (heavier) feed slate which involves upgrade of its reactor section and necessary modifications in the Main Fractionator and Gas Concentration section. The Alky Unit will be revamped to a nominal capacity of 6. respectively). The revamp scope of work will include new piping tie-ins and/or control/instrumentation from/to the new fuel gas supply for the CFP units that will be located near the MAFP area (FCC-NHT Unit 186 and SWT Unit 195). MAA Unit 74 – Fuel Gas System This revamp of the Fuel Gas System (Unit 74) is associated with the addition of new CFP process units in. in the RMP and Old refinery areas (HSR Unit 153 and C5/C6 Isomerization Unit 107/LPG Treating Unit 125/GOD Unit 144. the Partial Power Failure scenario (830. and DIB Unit 146).CCR/Isomerization Flare System Two new process units would be added . The FCC Revamp will produce a larger total flow rate of butylene product. FUP. or. The new CCR/Isomerization Flare stack will be located southwest of the current location. the existing CCR Flare System will be demolished and replaced with the new CCR/Isomerization Flare System Unit 25/26. causing the relief loads to increase. The new system will have two 100% trains designed to handle the existing and new relief loads produced from either the Total Power Failure scenario (890. the capacity of the existing CCR Flare System is at its limit. KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev.

The new FCC-NHTU will be designed to treat 18. and. without ZSM-5 catalyst additive.000 BPSD. 01 Page 12 .000 BPSD.200 BPSD of FCC heavy naphtha. SWT-195 is designed to produce stripped water with H 2 S and NH 3 at or below 20 ppmw and 50 ppmw. and UCO from several new and existing process units in the MAA and MAB refineries. The revamped unit is to be operated to produce maximum LPG plus gasoline. MAA Unit 195 – FCC Sour Water Treating A new SWT-195 with a design capacity of 203 GPM will be provided to handle the phenolic sour water from the revamped FCC Unit 86. with the capability of processing heavy vacuum gas oil and coker gas oil. and it has operated at up to about 46. and. CGO.800 BPSD of FCC light naphtha and 7. The unit was started up in 1987.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE MAA Unit 86 – New Fluid Catalytic Cracking (FCC) Unit The Unit 86 Fluid Catalytic Cracking (FCC) in MAA was designed by UOP in 1984 for a feed rate of 30. respectively. The FCC Revamp capacity was set at 42. KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev. to continuously regenerate the resulting rich amine from the scrubber. with a target propylene production of 100. The Unit was revamped in 1997 to a capacity of 40. MAA Unit 186 – New FCC Naphtha Hydrotreater (NHT) Unit The MAA refinery CFP will include the addition of a new FCC Naphtha Hydrotreater (Unit 186) for processing of light and heavy naphtha streams produced in the FCC Unit (Unit 86). the objectives of revamp also extend to upgrading reactor technology in order to improve yields and to increase operation reliability.000 MT/y from the downstream propanepropylene splitter.500 BPSD.000 BPSD of hydrotreated VGO. The selected licensor for FCC NHTU-186 is Axens and their process is based on Prime G+ technology. FCC 86 will be revamped to handle a revised and heavier feed blend that contains TGO. A dedicated amine regeneration unit (ARU) will be provided within the FCC-NHTU to supply lean amine to the HDS recycle gas amine scrubber. In addition to handling more difficult feed at the revamp capacity. The FCC 86 current capacity is about 43.000 BPSD. to produce treated light and heavy naphtha streams with maximum 10 ppmw sulfur in each of the two treated product streams. The H 2 S and NH 3 rich acid gas is sent to the sulfur recovery units (SRU-51/52/91/92).

The C5/C6 Isomerization Unit 107 is a UOP licensed Penex-DIH Unit. Included are the Outside Plant Cabling (OSP). Plant Emergency Alert System (PEAS) and Process CCTV System. The C5/C6 Isomerization Unit consists of the Isomerization Section and Deisohexanizer (DIH) Section MAA Unit 125 – LPG Treating The MAA Refinery will include the addition of a new LPG Treating Unit (Unit 125) for removal of chlorides and hydrogen saturation of olefins in the combined LPG stream from the Debutanizer of the Platforming unit of the existing Unit 25 CCR and Unit 26 CCR. Local Area Network (LAN). MAA Unit 159-01 . Fire and Gas System (FGS) and Packaged Equipment Controls.SCOPE OF WORK KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF MAB EPC PACKAGE # 1 . Plant Communication System (PCS). Wide Area Network (WAN). 01 Page 13 . The components of the ICSS include.264 BPSD and is based on the combined LPG production from CCR Units 25/26. including an overall aromatic content of 35 vol% maximum. Instrumented Protective System (IPS). MAA Unit 159-02 EICS Unit 159-02 includes all equipment and wiring for the EICS within the units assigned. building inside cabling). Distributed Control System (DCS). The design capacity of the LPG Treating Unit will be 2. The Isomerization Unit will produce 87. Structured Cabling System (SCS.5 RON Isomerate for the gasoline pool.Integrated Control and Safety Systems (ICSS) Unit 159-01 includes all equipment and wiring for the Integrated Control and Safety Systems (ICSS). Circuit Switched Telephony System.000 BPSD C5 / C6 Isomerization Unit is required to meet CFP gasoline standards.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE MAA Unit 107 – C5 / C6 Isomerization Unit A new 30. Security System / Personnel Access. The unit has been licensed by UOP and their process is called the UOP-Fuels Complete Saturation Process (CSP). Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN).

Fluor MAB 179 Underground Piping -- -- Revamp Open Art .Fluor SHU 30 Local Ship Pumps -- -- Revamp Open Art .000 BPSD New UOP MAB 216 DHT 73.000 BPSD New Shell Global Sol.Fluor MAB 213 VRU 50.000 BPSD New Axens MAB 116 DHT 73.000 BPSD New CLG MAB 111 CDU 264.000 BPSD New Open Art .300 BPSD New Open Art .Fluor SHU 129 Air System -- -- New KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev. MAB 114 HCR (Hydrocracker) 70.000 MAB 117 NHT 23.Fluor Open Art .Fluor MAB 249 DHT Flare -- -- New Open Art .CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE MAB Refinery MAB EPC PACKAGE # 1 Refinery Unit No.Fluor SHU 38 Shuaiba Oil Pier -- -- Revamp Open Art .Fluor MAB 112 ARDS 100. MAB 214 HCR (Hydrocracker) 50.000 BPSD New Shell Global Sol.000 BPSD New UOP MAB 212 ARDS 50.Fluor MAB 314 HCR Flare -- -- New Open Art .Fluor SHU 33 Shuaiba Harbour -- -- Revamp Open Art . 01 Capacity Page 14 Status Licensor BPSD New Haldor Topsoe BPSD New Haldor Topsoe .000 BPSD New Open Art . Unit Name MAB 115 KHT 39.Fluor MAB 165 Buildings -- -- New SHU 53 Inter Refinery Transfer Lines -- -- Revamp Open Art .500 MAB 127 CCR 18.Fluor SHU 34 Transfer Pumps -- -- Revamp Open Art .000 BPSD New CLG MAB 113 HOC 121.Fluor SHU 32 Marine Shipping Pumps -- -- Revamp Open Art .

KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev. Unit 212 Feed Section. DMDS. Offgas Compression and Naphtha Stabilizer System MAB Units 112/212 (Includes Soda Ash. and Vacuum Residue (VR). and Flushing Tank) Atmospheric Residue Desulphurization (ARDS) units.300 BPSD from ARDS-112/212 during scheduled shutdown of VR-213 and one DCU-20 train. The conversion of Atmospheric Residuum to distillate is maximized in these new units. The first objective to cool High Sulfur Atmosphere Residue (HSAR) from CDU 111. Chevron Lummus Global (CLG). Both Units are designed to process 100% High Sulfur Atmospheric Residuum (HSAR) from the existing Crude Distillation Units (CDU 11) and the new CDU 111. Low Sulfur Atmosphere Residue (LSAR) from ARDS 112/212. and atmospheric residue (fed hot to ARDS 112/212 with excess to HOC 113 for cooling). The units consists of Feed System. light diesel (fed hot to new DHT 116/216. Atmospheric Column & Side Strippers. to treat the atmospheric residue in order to produce Low Sulfur AR (LSAR). There are two new ARDS Units (112/212) at the MAB Refinery. or cold to storage). Each new ARDS unit consists of the major processing sections such as Unit 112 Feed Section. or cold to storage). The third objective is to cool crude for recirculation back to CDU 111 during CDU startup. Low Pressure Separation Section and Fractionation Section MAB Unit 113 – Heavy Oil Cooling (HOC) The new open art HOC Unit 113 is designed to cool the heavy oils from MAB processing units to 82°C for three distinct objectives. 01 Page 15 . Reactor Section. kerosene (fed hot to existing KHT 15 and new KHT 115. Units 112/212 are designed by the Licensor. The Crude Unit fractionates KEC Crude into the following products: petrochemical grade naphtha. High Pressure Separation Section. Trim Gas Oil (TGO) and Vacuum Gas Oil (VGO) from VR 213 to a safe storage temperature during scheduled and unscheduled shutdowns of individual units. Naphtha and distillate are also produced in the ARDS. Crude Distillation Tower Overhead System. The second objective is to cool LSAR during normal operations for processing in VR 13.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE MAB Unit 111 – Crude Distillation Unit The new open art Crude Distillation Unit is designed to process 264.000 BPSD of Kuwait Export Crude (KEC). heavy diesel (fed hot to new Hydrocracker HCR 214). The HOC 113 design capacity is based on the highest LASR flow of 121. Sour LP and MP offgas and sour LPG are sent to SGP 129 for H 2 S removal.

kerosene. Second Stage Feed System. to produce ultra low sulfur diesel (ULSD) with a maximum sulfur specification of 7 ppmw for export. The unit consists of systems such as First Stage Feed System. The new KHT consists of four process sections: a Feed Section. First Stage Reactor Section. however. and coker diesel from DCU-20. High Pressure Separation Section. Haldor Topsoe. a Recycle Gas Section and a Stripper Section.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE MAB Unit 114 – Hydrocracker Unit (HCR) The new HCR 114 is designed by the Licensor. Product Stripper Section and Drier Section. diesel from ARDS-12 and ARDS-112/212. Kerosene. MAB Unit 115 – Kero Hydrotreating Unit (KHT) The new KHT is designed by the Licensor.000 BPSD of straight run (SR) kerosene from the MAB Refinery’s existing and new Crude Distillation Units (CDU 111 and /or CDU 11.000 BPSD of light straight run (SR) diesel produced from CDU-11 and CDU111. The new DHT unit consists of the processing sections namely Feed Section. MAB Units 117 – Naphtha Hydrotreating (NHT) Units The new NHT produces hydrotreated / desulfurized full range Naphtha that meets both quantity and quality feed specifications for the new downstream CCR (Unit 127). 01 Page 16 . heavy naphtha. Haldor Topsoe.000 BPSD of a combination of the various feeds. Shell Global Solutions. a Reactor Section. This unit consists of two reactor stages with a common fractionation system for product separation. UOP. Reactor Section. The new HCR Unit produces sour LPG. The unit processes 73. MAB Unit 116 – Diesel Hydrotreating (DHT) Unit The new DHT Unit 116 is designed by the Licensor. The NHT was designed by the Licensor. to process a flow rate of approximately 23. to process 70. Fractionation Section. Common Separation Section. Second Stage Reactor section. and a small amount of unconverted oil (UCO).500 BPSD. respectively) and coker kerosene from the new MAA Refinery Coker (DCU 136) and existing MAB Refinery Coker (DCU 20). to process 39. light naphtha. is the hydrocracker’s primary intended product. diesel (when operating in Distillate mode). KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev.

During normal operation. etc.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE MAB Unit 127 – Continuous Catalytic Reformer (CCR) The Continuous Catalytic Reformer (CCR 127) is a licensed unit designed by Axens for inclusion within the KNPC MAB Refinery. sumps. SWT-156 is designed to handle maximum 100 ppmw of phenol. MAB Unit 179 – Underground Piping The OSBL underground piping for cooling water.000 BPSD of heavy naphtha from an upstream Naphtha Splitter to produce a high octane reformate. SWT-156 has a 3-phase separator vessel to remove gas. cyanides. Feed to the naphtha splitter is provided by the Naphtha Hydrotreater (NHT 117) unit in the refinery. 01 Page 17 . and a hydrogen rich gas. 2 . fencing. and covers upsets in other process units. pavement and parking lots. KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev. light hydrocarbons. MAB Unit 165 – Buildings The scope includes permanent new buildings MOB #1. All design and installation is included. Reaction Section and Catalyst Regeneration / Circulation Section MAA Unit 156 – New Sour Water Treatment (SWT) Unit The new open art SWT-156 consists of two identical trains. The new VR Unit is designed to process 50. 4 and 5. accidentally oil contaminated (AOC) sewer. dikes and retaining walls. trenches. Axens has employed its registered Octanizing ® process in the design of the unit.000 BPSD of Low Sulfur Atmospheric Residuum (LSAR) from the new ARDS Units 112 & 212. catch basins. both trains will operate in parallel at about 80% of the design rate. roads. Sour water may also contain phenols. chlorides and carbon dioxide. culverts and Temporary Facilities and electrical. each designed for 60 percent of the expected sour water rate. MAB Unit 166 – Site Preparation/Roads/Paving/Fencing/Temporary Facilities This unit includes final grading and drainage. is included in Unit 179. firewater. MAB Unit 213 – Vacuum Rerun (VR) Unit The new open art Vacuum Rerun (VR) Unit is designed as a stand alone unit for all heat integration is internal to the unit. 20 ppmw of cyanide. dry slops (DS) sewer. H 2 S and NH 3 rich acid gas from the SWT-156 is sent to the Sulfur Recovery Unit (SRU-151/152). manholes. This provides sufficient margin to handle peak sour water loads from DCU-136 during blowdown operation. Each train has a design capacity of 110 Sm3/h. and oil emulsions from the sour water feed before steam stripping. Oil Drips System (ODS) sewer. pits. There are three (3) main processing sections in the CCR facility: Naphtha Splitter Section. and 25 ppmw of mercaptans. which is a main component of the gasoline pool. The purpose of the CCR unit is to process 18. concrete pavement with or without curbs and walkways.

Shell Global Solutions. diesel from ARDS-12 and ARDS-112/212.000 BPSD of light straight run (SR) diesel produced from CDU-11 and CDU111. HCR 214. and coker diesel from DCU-20. MAB Unit 216 – Diesel Hydrotreating Unit (DHT) The new DHT Unit 216 is designed by the Licensor. Shuaiba (SHU) Refinery Shuaiba Refinery process units will be retired. associated pumps. HCR 214.000 BPSD of UCO (unconverted oil) for lube oil base stock. such as tankage. The unit processes 73. but the offsites. except that it isdesigned for 50.000 BPSD. The unit is licensed by UOP.Utility Area A new air compression and dehydration system is provided to meet the plant air and instrument air requirements.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE MAB Unit 214 – Hydrocracker Unit (HCR) A second hydrocracker. Interconnecting Piping and Shipping KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev. The HCR 214 product slate is very similar to that of HCR 114. however. and IRT pipeline will be maintained. Drier Section. (1) SHU Unit 129 . Reactor Section. ship loading facilities. is also designed to produce 10. Steam requirement for Shuaiba will be met by importing LP Steam from the neighboring Equate complex. is required in MAB to process available feed material. MAB Unit 314 – HCR Flare The HCR Flare System collects HP and LP vent and relief hydrocarbon streams from within the new CFP HCR Units 114 and 214 and safely directs them to disposal via combustion in the associated elevated flare.Feed Section. High Pressure Separation Section. Unit 214 is largely identical to Unit 114. whichever is the higher. 01 Page 18 . Product Stripper Section. Nitrogen and steam will be brought in by pipeline. to produce ultra low sulfur diesel (ULSD) with a maximum sulfur specification of 7 ppmw for export. Amine Section MAB Unit 249 – DHT Flare The DHT Flare collects vent and relief hydrocarbon streams from within the new CFP DHT Unit 216 and safely directs them to disposal via combustion in the associated elevated flare. (2) SHU Units 30/32/33/34/38/65 – Existing Tankage. The new DHT unit consists of the processing sections .

Fluor 3 X 185 MMSCFD New Haldor Topsoe 3 X 450 MTPD New Shell Global Sol.Fluor 280 MMSCFD New Open Art . Product Pumping & Blending Underground Piping -- -- New/Revamp Open Art – Fluor MAB 165 Central Control Room -- -- Open Art – Fluor MAB 136 Electrical -- -- Revamp New/Revamp MAB 154 Fire Water -- -- New/Revamp Open Art – Fluor KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev.Fluor New Open Art .450 m3/h New Open Art .100 SWS 3 NM /H BPSD(LPG) kg/h H2 Compression SM /H 2.Fluor New Open Art . 01 Page 19 New/Revamp New/Revamp Open Art . Tank Modifications and Other Equipment.Fluor Revamp 190.Fluor 127 MMSCFD New Non-Licensed 811 MMSCFD New Non-Licensed 2 X 325 HPU Feed Treating & Compression H2 Recovery MAB New kW 2 X 1. to support normal operation.000 MAB 134 Nitrogen / Air Systems 26.000 MAB 129 SGP MAB 131 Steam System MAB 132 Cooling Water Systems 495.Fluor Nm3/h New Open Art . Custody Transfer Meter/ Prover Skids and Shuaiba Pier Modifications.Fluor 2 X 64. (3) MAB Unit 53 – Inter Refinery Transfer Pipelines Inter Refinery Transfer (IRT) lines are provided by CFP.Fluor 3 SM /H New Open Art . transferring intermediate streams and finished products between refineries.000 BPSD Revamp -- -- -- -- 179 Interconnecting Pipeways Tank Farm.51.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE New equipment and major modification to the existing equipment at Shuaiba Refinery that comprises the Work includes various Pumps. 3 New Open Art .000 BPSD Revamp Open Art .SCOPE OF WORK MAB EPC PACKAGE # 2 47000 13. BRIEF DESCRIPTION OF MAB EPC PACKAGE # 2 .150 MAB 50.Fluor Open Art – Fluor Open Art – Fluor . as well as to manage intermediate product.376 Sm3/d New Open Art .Fluor 455 m3/h New Open Art . 148.660.000 5 x 155.600 MAB 137 Water systems MAB 156 Wastewater Treatment systems MAB 118 HPU MAB 123 SRU MAB MAB 125 126 ARU 128-01 MAB 119 MAB 128-02 MAB 133 Fuel System MAB 13 VRU MAB 21 Merox Unit MAB 11 CDU MAB 48.52 MAB Open Art .Fluor 1.

KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev. RCD Unibon Unit 02. i. from the existing Diesel Stripper T-11-103. CDU 11 unit operation will be reconfigured and impacted equipment services upgraded to produce a light diesel cut only. the heavy diesel cut will go down with the Atmospheric Residue from the bottom of the Crude Fractionator T-11-101. 14.. Hydrogen Unit 03. CDU 11 will process 190. ASTM T95 at 653°F (345°C). 01 Page 20 . 15. The original design capacity of CDU 11 is 156.000 BPSD of Kuwait Export Crude (KEC). sufficient utility capacity exists for the new units without modification to the existing utility systems. Diesel Hydrotreating Unit 216.000 BPSD of Low Sulfur Atmospheric Residuum (LSAR) supplied from both the new and existing ARDS Units 112/212 and 12.000 BPSD.e. Wastewater Treating Unit 156-02. Due to the retirement of Crude Unit 01. MAB Unit 21 – Merox Unit New Merox ATK Product Pumps will be installed for blending U 21 ATK product with ATK produced from existing refinery and new CFP process units.000 BPSD of the KEC crude feed. CDU 111. and Flare Unit 249. ISBL (Non-Revamp) Tie-Ins MAB Units 12. while the remaining crude is fed to new Crude Distillation Unit. and Diesel Hydrotreating Unit 16. respectively. MAB Unit 11 – Revamped Crude Distillation Unit (CDU) The MAB refinery will be operated at a design feed rate of 454. 18 and 20 include tie-ins inside the ISBL battery limits for the installation of control valves and addition of new lines to/ or from new CFP units and/or existing units for routing feed stocks and hydrogen. Each train will process 64.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE MAB 159 ICSS / EICS -- -- New/Revamp Open Art – Fluor MAB 149 Flare System Site Preparation/Roads/Pavings etc. This will meet the KNPC CFP Marketing Parameter for ultra-low sulfur diesel (ULSD). Acid Gas Flare -- -- New/Revamp Open Art – Fluor -- -- New/Revamp Open Art – Fluor -- -- New/Revamp Open Art – Fluor Buildings -- -- New Open Art – Fluor MAB 166 MAB 146 MAB 132/156/165 MAB Unit 06 – Utilities & Offsites The existing utility system will supply utilities to new Units. MAB Unit 13 – Existing Vacuum Rerun (VR) Unit Scope involves piping and controls systems modifications to the units.

Pre-reformer Section. The unit comprises of Feed Desulphurization Section. KHT (Unit 115). DHT (Units 116 and 216). Common Facilities. intermediate product and finished product streams from source units and sends them to the process units.9 vol.3% of total required capacity. The PSA unit hydrogen recovery is 87%. to route feed / and product streams from /to from existing refinery process unit s and new units in CFP block. HPU 118 designed by the Licensor. HCR (Units 114 and 214). ARDS membrane tail gas. blends and transfers feed. The new units include the ARDS (Units 112 and 212). minimum.700 Nm3/hr (555 MMSCFD). consists of three hydrogen production trains. ship loading facilities or to other refineries through inter refinery pipelines.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE MAB Unit 48 Interconnecting Pipeways New piping and tie-ins will be provide on the existing refinery main interconnecting piperack. Hydrocracker cold flash drum off-gas. MAB Unit 119 – Hydrogen Recovery (HR) Unit The purpose of the new open art Hydrogen Recovery (HR) Unit is to recover hydrogen from the ARDS cold low pressure separator off-gas. The plant total installed hydrogen production capacity is 620. and NHT (Unit 117). Reformer Section.900 Nm³/h (185 MMSCFD) hydrogen production capacity. Haldor Topsoe. and CCR Unit rich gas. • • • • • The SRU/TGTU plant includes the following components: Feed Acid Gas KO Drums (Amine and SWS acid gas) Claus Thermal Stage Claus Catalytic Stage(s) Tail Gas Hydrogenation Section KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev. stores. CO Conversion Section. Syngas cooling Section. Pressure Swing Adsorption (PSA) Section. 01 Page 21 . each operating at 33. existing tankage has been reallocated and five additional tanks and associated pumps are installed to meet storage requirements for post CFP operations. MAB Unit 123 – Sulfur Recovery Unit (SRU) The CFP scope for the MAB Refinery consists of three-450 MT/D SRU/TGTU plants. The scope includes new equipment MAB Unit 118 – Hydrogen Production Unit (HPU) The new HPU 118 provides hydrogen required for the new hydroprocessing units in the MAB refinery. U-48. For CFP. MAB Unit 50/51/52 – Existing Tank Farm/Product Pumping and Shipping/Pre-RMP Tank Farm The existing Tank Farm at the MAB Refinery receives. each with 206. The PSA unit will produce 99. Condensate and Steam Section. % purity hydrogen.

light hydrocarbons. and oil emulsions from the sour water feed before steam stripping to remove the bulk of the H 2 S and NH 3 . HRU. MAB Unit 125 – Amine Regeneration Unit (ARU) The Amine Regeneration Unit (ARU) has two 75% trains. and NHTU. and the other section treats sour LPG. The Sour Water Stripping Unit consists of two trains. MAB Unit 126 – Sour Water Stripping (SWS) Unit The Sour Water Stripping Unit is designed to separate non-aqueous gas. Each train is designed for 75% of the expected sour water rate. ARDS membrane. During normal operation each train will be operating at around 68% of design rate. MAB Unit 128-2 – Hydrogen Compression (HC) Unit The new open art Hydrogen Compression (HC) Unit is a centralized facility serving the ARDS. The facility is nominally designed to accommodate the full hydrogen production from the three HPU trains. HCRU.100 Sm3/h of rich amine. and the CO 2 -bearing train ARU is expected to operate at 70% of the design capacity. Design capacity of each train is 325 Sm3/hr. One section treats sour refinery offgas. MAB Unit 128-1 – HPU Feed Treatment and Compression (HPU Feed) Unit The new open art HPU Feed Treatment and Compression (HPU Feed) Unit compresses this blended feed gas to a pressure suitable for feeding the HPU. CO 2 -free train ARU is expected to operate at 65 % of the design capacity. and KHTU hydrogen demands by compressing high purity hydrogen streams originating from the HPU. MAB Unit 129 – Saturated Gas Plant (SGP) SGP Unit 129 is designed to remove H 2 S from refinery offgas and LPG streams produced in various new process units in the CFP Block.000 Nm3/hr. The first section treats sour refinery offgas and has a nominal design capacity of 47. each with a design capacity of 1.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE • • • Tail Gas Amine Section Tail Gas Incinerator and Stack Sulfur degassing In addition. SGP 129 consists of two distinct sections. 01 Page 22 . DHTU. there will be two common liquid sulfur storage tanks and associated pumps. The compression facility is configured to supply nominal 100 barg hydrogen to the KHTU and DHTU and nominal 200 barg hydrogen to the ARDS and HCRU. KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev.

chemical feed systems and cooling water pumps with steam turbine drivers.Fuel Systems The Fuel System distributes fuel gas from the Refinery Off-gas Treatment Unit to the various fired heaters and steam generators throughout the CFP facilities. 01 Page 23 . Boiler Feed Water (BFW) and Boilers MAB Unit 132 . Plant Air (compressed wet air for utility and other intermittent usage). and Nitrogen (99. Fresh Water System designed to maintain the cooling water circulation rate and temperature that is necessary in order to remove heat from the process and utility units in CFP. MAB Unit 136 – Electrical The electrical system for the facilities consists of new 132kV supply from MEW substation MARF – W to MDSs (Main Distribution Substations). At the MDSs. Pipeline nitrogen. The unit includes Deaerators. ARDS Fractionator Heaters.5% purity nitrogen for refinery needs). MAB Unit 131 .000 BPSD. The steam requirements for the CFP include essential and non-essential High Pressure (SH). dried air).Steam Generation Unit The CFP requires steam for turbine drive pumps and compressors and for process heating and process feed. supplied by local manufacturers. and Low Pressure (SL) steam.Cooling Water System The Cooling Water System is a closed-circuit. MAB Unit 134 – Nitrogen / Air Systems CFP provides a new Nitrogen / Air System in order to supply sufficient compressed air to meet the demands of Instrument Air (compressed . The major components are the distribution header and pressure and flow control stations. the voltage is transformed to 11kV for distribution to new unit substations throughout the plant. The major equipment consists of a cooling tower. KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev. Fuel oil is provided as a backup fuel to the Crude Distillation Unit Heater. Captive Nitrogen generation (PSA) is supplied to meet normal system requirements such as dry gas seals where identified for various Licensor and open arts units. This steam is generated from a combination of utility boilers and process steam generation. An electric motor-driven pump is also being provided for standby and startup operation. Intermediate Pressure (SI).CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE The second section treats sour LPG for removal of H 2 S and has a nominal design capacity of 13. cooling tower concrete basin. Medium Pressure (SM). and to the Utility Boilers via an existing distribution pipeline from the tank farm which is extended to the new CFP area. and nitrogen from tube trailers is available. MAB Unit 133 .

Flare Water Seals. monitors. Flare Fuel Gas KO Drums. MAB Unit 149 . The firewater is supplied to a plant-wide underground ring main system through firewater pumps during a significant fire event.Acid Gas Flare. MAB Unit 156-01/156-02 . and Flare KO Drum Liquid Coolers. and tank foam systems. HP Flare (one operating. The Water Systems planned for the CFP include Polished Water. The major components of the HFS are HP & LP Flare KO Drums. hoses. MAB Unit 148/150.Wastewater Treating Wastewater to be treated includes process related water.Flare The Hydrocarbon Flare System (HFS) collects HP and LP vent and relief hydrocarbon streams from within the new CFP process units and safely directs them to disposal via combustion in the associated elevated flare. one spare). It includes the following systems : • Surplus Stripped Sour Water and Desalter Water • AOC Drain System • ODS Drain System KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev.Interconnecting Piperack Interconnecting Piperack includes associated piping required to supply feed stocks. in conjunction with NFPA requirements. Electric motor-driven jockey pumps will be provided for general maintenance of system pressure. MAB Unit 146 . Flare Gas Recovery Unit (future). Condensate. Two firewater tanks are sized based on the Shell DEPs. 01 Page 24 . The capacity of the firewater system is designed to handle the largest single fire contingency for the CFP Facility. MAB Unit 137 . one spare). Fire protection in the plant is provided by a combination of hydrants. Potable Water. LP Flare (one operating.Water Systems The Water Systems include Makeup Desalinated Water Treating. Boiler Water Polisher. utilities and route products to/from various process units and utilities systems located within the CFP Complex and the existing MAB refinery.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE An Electrical Network Monitoring and Control (ENMC) system is included in the new electrical system. and Potable Water Conditioning and Distribution. Desalinated Water. Condensate Collection and Treating. Flare KO Pumps. fire fighting water as well as all rainwater runoff collected from paved areas and curbed process areas. MAB Unit 154 – Fire Fighting Facilities Treated effluent waste water is stored as the primary supply of firewater to the CFP firefighting system. Acid and Caustic System.

The components of the ICSS include. Wide Area Network (WAN).Area 1 • Mechanical Garage. 6 and 7 • Chemical Warehouse Building • Catalyst Storage Facility • Parts Warehouse Building • Laboratory Building • Maintenance Workshop Building. Distributed Control System (DCS). Plant Emergency Alert System (PEAS) and Process CCTV System.Area 2 • Sling Wire Shop. Local Area Network (LAN).Integrated Control and Safety Systems (ICSS) Unit 159-01 includes all equipment and wiring for the Integrated Control and Safety Systems (ICSS).CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE • Dry Slops (DS) System • Amine Drain (AD) System MAA Unit 159-01 . Circuit Switched Telephony System. MAA Unit 159-02 – EICS Unit 159-02 includes all equipment and wiring for the EICS within the units assigned. MAB Unit 165 – Buildings The following is a list of the permanent new buildings planned for CFP at the MAB Refinery: • Technical Office Building • Chlorine system enclosure • CCR Building (revamp of existing to house new CFP consoles) • MOB #3. Plant Communication System (PCS). Wireless Local Area Network (WLAN).Area 2 • Workshop Site Office – Area 2 The following is a list of the temporary buildings planned for CFP at the MAB Refinery: KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev. Fire and Gas System (FGS) and Packaged Equipment Controls. building inside cabling). Structured Cabling System (SCS. Included are the Outside Plant Cabling (OSP). Security System / Personnel Access.Area 1 • Diesel Filling Station. Instrumented Protective System (IPS). 01 Page 25 .

catch basins. unloading at the Project site. Oil Drips System (ODS) sewer. 01 Page 26 . procurement. dikes and retaining walls.0 ENGINEERING. • Engineering. • Prepare and issue Issued For Construction (IFC) drawings to site along with illustrating all tie-ins to the existing utility and offsites facilities as required. is included in Unit 179. roads. fencing. machinery and KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE • HSE Building • Central Training Center • Visitor’s Entrance Building • Laboratory Annex • Operations Building MAB Unit 166 – Site Preparation/Roads/Paving/Fencing/Temporary Facilities This unit includes final grading and drainage. supply. transportation. dry slops (DS) sewer. sumps. inspection. pavement and parking lots. All design and installation is included MAB Unit 179 – Underground Piping The OSBL underground piping for cooling water. manholes. pits. accidentally oil contaminated (AOC) sewer. etc. installation and testing of all new equipment. firewater. culverts and Temporary Facilities and electrical. in general the scope of work for CONTRACTOR shall include. trenches. but shall not be limited to the following: • Detailed engineering for the various process units and facility segments as listed above. concrete pavement with or without curbs and walkways. PROCUREMENT RESPONSIBILITIES AND CONSTRUCTION (“CONTRACTOR”) The CONTRACTOR’s scope of work for the Project shall be clearly stipulated in the Tender documents. 3. However.

supply. installation and testing of all field instrumentation. • Demolition of facilities including disposal of all debris and unusable materials • Full and complete erection / construction.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE materials including proprietary equipment and long lead equipment in accordance with the contract documents and requirements. testing / inspection. where required. and mechanical completion of the plant. operational and startup spares (to include the supply of spares and special tools for the construction. transportation to the Project site. • Procurement. inspection. Control Systems. KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev. ESD and Electrical equipment. • Preparation of the required detailed operating / technical manuals. inspection. • Engineering. procurement. • Tie Ins to existing facilities. transportation to the Project site. • Liason with KNPC and Kuwait statutory authorities regarding obtaining any and all permits required in the execution of the Project. pre-commissioning and commissioning activities). unloading at site. supply. unloading of capital. 01 Page 27 .

• Implement a quality management program to provide procedures for engineering. chemicals. precommissioning and commissioning as deemed necessary by Owner. molecular sieves and catalyst. • Provide required services of vendor representatives and specialists for critical or specialized activities during construction. precommissioning. Licensors. • Implement and comply with all local regulations on health. and Vendors during commissioning. • Carry out any warranty or guarantee obligations during the maintenance guarantee and / or warranty periods. • Provide an inspection and quality management program which shall ensure that all equipment and materials meet the requirements of the project and that all construction activities are inspected and tested as required by the quality management program. 01 Page 28 . • Provide assistance and coordinate with Owner. start-up and performance testing of plant. • Conduct HAZOP and other similar studies for the projects in association with the chosen Licensors and Owner. procurement. KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev. adsorbents. construction and commissioning which meet the Project and ISO 9000 quality system requirements. commissioning and start-up of the projects. well established and approved planning system for the control and scheduling of all activities and development of reports to Owner in accordance with the requirements of the Project. oils.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE • Supply and loading of first charge of calibration gases. • Implement and maintain an effective. safety and environment in the design and the execution of the works and maintain an effective safety plan on site during construction.

Petrochemical and Oil & Gas New/Upgrade/Revamp Projects worldwide over the past fifteen (15) years shall be considered. Each party shall answer all questions herein and designate each parties’ response. 4. Joint Venture (JV) or Consortium wishing to be included on the QBL must be an established EPC CONTRACTOR/s with the relevant experience and capability to execute the work in which interest is indicated. each party must define generally what scope of work each will execute in such an arrangement and demonstrate herein that each party is capable of performing that scope of work. 4. 4.1 Only those contracting companies that have successfully executed Major Refinery. proof of a Joint Venture / Consortium must be submitted in the form of a draft agreement.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE • Provide Owner with all electronic files (computer files) of drawings and documents of the plant. Contractor is requested to fill Table-1 indicating his interest of participation in bidding. In such a case. Specific qualification requirements for Joint Ventures and for Lead JV partner capabilities and experience are described in Exhibits A and B. Each party shall sign the prequalification documents. • Supply and erect materials or equipment and perform any engineering work which is deemed necessary to fulfill any process and safety requirements or environmental and governmental regulations. KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev.3 If CONTRACTORs are registering for prequalification for this project in the form of a consortium or joint venture. Although it is intended to pre-qualify Contractors for all packages and not separately for each package.0 PRE-REQUISITE FOR PRE-QUALIFICATION 4.2 Any contracting company. 01 Page 29 .

Furthermore. that company will not be allowed to attempt to qualify at a later time. Preference shall be given to Joint Venture / Consortium(s) with prior working experience.7 Joint Ventures shall be formed during the prequalification stage. If a company is not qualified individually or as a lead JV partner. certificates and information required from the company must be in the English language. 4. it is the Owner’s sole decision to determine whether or not the prequalification information submitted by CONTRACTOR is acceptable.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE 4. it is the Owner’s sole decision as to whether or not a CONTRACTOR submitting interest and information as specified in this document will be placed on the QBL. processes.4 All Joint Venture / Consortium documentation shall be subject to KNPC approval and conditional to submittal of a legalized Joint Venture / Consortium agreement (notarized copy) for KNPC review before final approval is granted to bid. 4. 5. Newly established or specially formed Joint Venture / Consortium(s) for this Project will be subject to additional reviews and bidder is advised to submit written justification why Owner should consider such a proposed new entity.5 Joint Venture / Consortium documentation shall be evaluated on a single entity basis against capabilities and previous project experience. KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev. 4. 4.1 All documents. the Lead Partner will be evaluated individually to determine if it has the systems. lists.6 In addition to evaluating the JV or Consortium as a single entity. 01 Page 30 .8 Please note. engineering and project management capabilities to complete the work even if a junior partner needs to be replaced.0 INSTRUCTIONS TO COMPANIES REGISTERING FOR QUALIFIED BIDDERS LIST 5.

compared. 5. in full clarity. The Fact Sheet. 5. Owner is under no obligation to proceed with clarifications with the CONTRACTOR.7 In the event prequalification information is not submitted in full clarity. cross references given in these forms or tables are missing or incomplete.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE 5.2 All prequalification documents shall be treated with strict confidence by the Owner in assessing the suitability of CONTRACTOR for the above mentioned work. 5.5 CONTRACTOR shall complete the “Fact Sheet” and submit with questionnaire. A company’s request for inclusion onto to the Qualified Bidders List will be subject to disqualification if the documentation and information requested by Owner is not submitted as stipulated.3 It is important that all information requested be presented in an orderly and sequential manner using the formats and tables attached to this inquiry document wherever and whenever provided. 5. in the same sequence as presented in the pre-qualification document. KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev. 01 Page 31 . copied. is a required document for the screening process and shall be completed in its entirety. is not fully answered. or discussed in any way with other companies. although it contains some repetitive information. or if any section is inappropriately left blank in the forms or tables. Any prequalification documents submitted after the closing date shall be disregarded.6 CONTRACTOR must complete and answer each and every question. information or documents requested documentation are shared.4 CONTRACTOR agrees that the Owner shall have the right to contact any reference given by the CONTRACTOR in support of answers to this questionnaire. 5. for any reason. The Fact Sheet shall be submitted by the CONTTRACTOR if qualifying alone or by lead JV partner if qualifying as a JV. Disqualification may also occur if.

KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev. Box 69.11 Not Used 5. clear and within the context of the form submitted.9 All information submitted by the CONTRACTOR must be accurate. The Owner is also under no obligation to proceed with the contract or invite a prequalified CONTRACTOR to submit a subsequent bid or to enter into any correspondence to this effect. Room 313 P. PQ Committee Mina Abdullah Admin Building 3rd Floor.10 Responses and queries if any.com 5. Replies to the prequalification questionnaire are deemed to be without obligation whatsoever on the part of the Owner. The prequalification documents are not and should not be construed as an Invitation to Tender. Owner reserves the right to discard any unclear information provided by the CONTRACTOR if found in doubt. Safat Kuwait 13001 Email: cfp.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE 5. 01 Page 32 . 5.12 Owner will require that twenty percent (20%) of the work (E. Any information found to be misleading or ambiguous shall be considered as void. 5. regarding the Project or other information given herein. 5. shall be addressed to: Chairman. 5.contractor. CONTRACTORs shall take this into account during the prequalification documentation preparation.14 The Owner is under no obligation to prequalify any CONTRACTOR or to give reasons for either prequalifying or disqualifying any CONTRACTOR.13 CONTRACTOR shall understand the Project descriptions and relevant contract conditions are exclusively for prequalification purposes only.O.pq@knpc. P or C) be awarded to the local Kuwaiti contracting and/or supplier sector.8 CONTRACTOR is requested to electronically complete the forms and tables included or attached to these documents while maintaining the same format.

5.O.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE 5.0. marked “PREQUALIFICATION DOCUMENTS – KNPC CFP” and addressed and sent to : ITC Reception Desk Room # 1A-046. 1st Floor. sign and submit the “CONTRACTOR Declaration” on the following page. These electronic files shall be in either MS Office Program(s) format (e.15 Responses to the prequalification questionnaire shall be submitted in two (2) original. MS Word / Excel) or as a “PDF” file accessible by Adobe Reader 6. KNPC H.g.16 In addition to the above submitted bound copies and included in the same sealed envelopes shall be a CD / DVD that contains the files in a logical sequence of ALL submittal documents. These must be returned in sealed envelopes. Secretary) 5. 5.Kuwait Fax: 00965 23986262 (ITC. One questionnaire to be completed for the combined JV and one questionnaire to be completed for each individual company participating as JV/Consortium Partner. 01 Page 33 . KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev.. single bound documents completed in all respects and duly signed and stamped by the CONTRACTOR’s authorized person only .17 CONTRACTOR to complete.18 CONTRACTOR to complete multiple questionnaires if submitting as a Joint Venture or Consortium. Ahmadi .

if so requested after award of work. We declare that. We also warrant that our presented answers are complete to the best of our knowledge and that the details submitted by us in these prequalification documents and all attached documents are true and accurate in every respect. We declare that we or any of our subcontractor or personnel required to work on this project. shall have no objection in signing secrecy agreement with Owner. and shall not be required under any circumstances to assign or give reason(s) for disqualifying us. 01 Page 34 . the undersigned wish to participate in prequalification for CONTRACTOR for the Project to be established in the State of Kuwait and we warrant our competence to execute the entire work to the highest levels of professional standards. We authorize Owner to investigate or verify any statement or information given in our prequalification document and that it is free to contact any person or any of our clients. to obtain any clarification related to the information given in this document. we shall fully comply with all rules. KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev. We acknowledge that Owner has the discretion in selecting the qualified CONTRACTOR for its services. if we are qualified (Short Listed) by Owner for its project we shall be committed to present our bid in reply to Owner’s Invitation to Bid procedure of this project. regulation and Health. We declare that in case of award of contract to us. banks. We understand that Owner will not be responsible for payment of any expense which we may incur in the preparation and submission of the prequalification documents. etc.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE Pre-Qualification Questionnaire for CONTRACTOR CONTRACTOR DECLARATION TO: Chairman. Safety and Environment guidelines set forth by Owner or any other Government body in the State of Kuwait. auditors. and that Owner decision in this regard is final and not subject to appeal and that we shall not enter with Owner or others into any correspondences or debates concerning this selection. Prequalification Committee KNPC Clean Fuels Project Full Name of Company:_______________________________________________ We.

: KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev. No. 01 Page 35 .CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE Name : Signature and stamp: Address : Tele.

Answer Check one Not willing and/or not able Willing and able B. Fact Sheet to be filled up by single contractor if qualifying alone or by lead JV partner if qualifying as JV. Your willingness and ability to submit a proposal within the period discussed above for bidding. Do you have experience in executing large jobs (greater than $ 300 MM) outside your home country during the past 15 years. to submit a competitive proposal for this project in accordance with the bid basis set out above. Please list the affiliate names and the scope of work performed. including the contract amount. Your willingness and ability. Your experience during the past five years with KNPC or affiliates. KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev. if you are selected to be a bidder. 01 Page 36 . D. 2. A.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE Fact Sheet Notes: 1. Response to each question is mandatory. Answer Yes No Check one Please list the 3 largest contracts you have performed as a prime contractor in an EPC capacity. Answer Check one Not willing and/or not able Willing and able C.

Your willingness to execute a Confidentiality Agreement regarding this work.0 or less Check one H. Answer LTA rate of higher than 1. Your bonding ability. of an EPC contract outside your home country that you are capable of executing.0 LTA rate of 1. Answer No Yes KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev. Construction Safety Record . 01 Check one Page 37 . in US Dollars. Please state the bonding capacity of your company. Answer Below $100 million $100 million and above Check one F. including the number of fatalities and the cause of death. both alone and as a Joint Venture / Consortium.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE E. Answer $ 300 MM to $ 600 MM $ 600 MM to $ 1 Billion Over $ 1 Billion Check one G.Specify your Lost Time Accident Frequency for the projects that Applicant has implemented over the last five (5) years. Indicate the maximum value.

5 Fax Number: 1.3.2.2.1 Is CONTRACTOR company the Lead JV / Consortium partner ? Yes ________ 1.2.4 Telephone Number: (Incl. 1 Pre-Qualification Questionnaire for CONTRACTOR For Clean Fuels Project 1.2.3 1.2. Area Code) 1.3.2 No _________ Postal Information for any future Correspondence 1.2.3 E-mail Address: 1.4 Fax Number: 1.6 Visiting Address (If different than postal address) Contact Personnel information for any future Correspondence 1.5 Telephone Number: KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev.3 Postal Address: 1.3.3.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE ATTACHMENT No.0 CONTRACTOR Information 1.2 Title: 1.1 Name in Full: 1.2 Country of origin: 1.3. 01 Page 38 .1 Legal Name of CONTRACTOR (Company): 1.

5 Name: 1.4 Date of Business (Company) Establishment Day 1.1 Public. etc.3 Country of registration / Registration Number: Affiliates / Associates / Subsidiary Companies 1.4 Address: 1.6.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE 1.2 Fields of Business Activities (Give Details) 1.5.6 1. Un-Limited Liability.5.2 Address: 1.6. Limited Liability.5 Month Year Type of Business 1.3 Name: 1.6.6. (Give Details) 1.5. Private. Partnership. 01 Page 39 .6.6 Address: KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev.1 Name: 1.6.

7 Other Offices Worldwide 1.7. provide these organization charts for each JV participant.7. Indicate Group or Division who will be responsible for execution of the EPC work and its management team.3 Change of Ownership. If so.8. KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev.8. If Joint Venture.3 Postal Address 1. has there been any major change of Ownership of the establishment over the past five (5) years. please affirm by “NONE”.2 Country: 1.6 Contact Person Name and E-mail Address: (Repeat as required if more offices) 1. state legal name and country of residence of direct parent company and the ultimate holding company.7.7.7. if any. kindly provide details and if not.5 Fax Number: 1.2 Parent Company. 1.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE 1.8.1 Provide the CONTRACTOR’s Organization Chart from the upper hierarchy level to Managers level. Area Code) 1.8 CONTRACTOR Profile 1.1 Legal Company Name: 1.4 Telephone Number: (Incl. 01 Page 40 . 1.7.

4 Affiliates / Associates / Subsidiary Companies. 1.5 Stock Exchange. If this is not applicable.8.8. provide details in the form of a graphic representation to clearly identify each of the CONTRACTOR’s Affiliates / Associates / Subsidiary Companies and their interrelation to one another.6 Internet Website (if applicable) KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev. 01 Page 41 .8. 1. please affirm by “NO SHARES ON STOCK EXCHANGE”. state on which stock exchange the CONTRACTOR shares and/or the shares of the parent and/or holding company are traded.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE 1.

Petrochemical or Oil & Gas Projects worldwide (other than the Contractor’s home country) during the past the last fifteen (15) years that have been successfully commissioned or are expected to be commissioned during 2012.2 Client References – CONTRACTOR shall submit Form 2.0 Experience 2. relevant projects. Client representatives should keep the reference confidential and send them directly to KNPC at the address shown on the form.1). Furthermore. 01 Page 42 . Have them completed and signed by a client representative. CONTRCATOR is requested to fill a separate form for each project.1 Has the CONTRACTOR carried out full EPC scope contracts with a value over $400 million for Refinery. 2 Pre-Qualification Questionnaire for CONTRACTOR For Clean Fuels Project 2. Contractor Reference Inquiry. If the answer to the above is positive. 2. give reference of these Plants as per details given in Form (1). for five of CONTRACTOR’S most recent.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE ATTACHMENT No. CONTRACTOR is requested to summarize all its experience data provided in Form (1) in Form (1. KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev.

Manager Quality Control Quality Assurance Safety Administrative Field Engineering Field Procurement Constr.Electrical . KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev. Procurement) CONSTRUCTION Constr.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE ATTACHMENT No. Supv.Instrument .Mechanical .Civil Project Control (Planning.Process . 3 Pre-Qualification Questionnaire for CONTRACTOR For CFP 3.1 What is the total permanent manpower available within the CONTRACTOR’s organization for each of the following categories: Category Permanently Employed With CONTRACTOR Having Experience 20 10-20 < 10 Years Years Years CORPORATE Management Administrative Financial Sales PROJECT Engineering . Costing. 01 Page 43 Contracted Manpower TOTAL .0 Establishment 3. Contracting.

Constr.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE Totals Note: Engineering and Construction personnel shall not be duplicated. please affirm by “NONE”. disciplines and responsibility relationships. indicating the activities and functions of each of these offices: No Country Location (Province) Sales Eng. 3.3 CONTRACTOR is requested to provide information of EPC’s worldwide offices. kindly provide details and if not. having the same order of extent. 01 Page 44 .5 CONTRACTOR is requested to provide in the table below the details / histogram of the number of engagements that it is currently committed to and/or bidding for as of the year 2011 projected through year 2016 showing available manpower versus committed and projected. CONTRACTOR is also requested to clearly identify the project connected to the Corporation’s Organization Chart.4 CONTRACTOR is requested to provide its typical Organization Chart for full EPC type projects. 3. 3. Others 1 2 3 4 5 6 3. including positions.2 Does the CONTRACTOR have any established relationships or affiliations with specialist consultants and/or licensors of technology relevant to the proposed projects subject of this pre-qualification? If the answer is “yes”. Procur. KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev.

Contractor is requested to provide the following information: No Project Name.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE Current Engagements (Manpower Availability) No. Project Name/Location 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 TOTAL : 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 Committed Available Committed Available Committed Available Committed Available Committed Available Committed Available Committed Available Committed Available In addition. Location and Category CONTRACTOR’s Role (E/P/C) 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev. 01 Page 45 Number of Personnel Assigned 2016 .

0 Financial 4.1 CONTRACTOR is requested to provide audited copies of its annual reports for the last three years. 4.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE ATTACHMENT No. 4. 4.4 CONTRACTOR is requested to provide the following financial information for the past three (3) years in the table below. Design (Refining / Petrochemical.2 CONTRACTOR is to indicate if there have been any significant changes in its balance sheet for this current year with reference to last year’s audited balance sheet. Oil & Gas) Gross Profits before KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev. $) No 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 7 Description Borrowed Capital Net-Worth Current Assets Total Assets Current Liabilities Turn Over Turn Over (Refining / Petrochemical/Oil & Gas) Turnover Engineering Design Turnover Engg. 4 Pre-Qualification Questionnaire for CONTRACTOR For Clean Fuels Project 4. (All Values to be given in US.3 CONTRACTOR is requested to provide copies of any financial statements released to its shareholders or to the public subsequent to the publication of the latest audited accounts. 01 Page 46 2009(*) 2010(*) 2011(*) . including balance sheets of profit and loss accounts after final auditing.

$) of Tender and Performance Bond(s) of its current undertaken projects.: Contact Name: (Repeat as required in case of additional auditors) KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev.: Fax.: Manager’s Name: (Repeat as required in case of additional banks) 4. Auditors Name: Address: Telephone No. 01 Page 47 .CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE 8 9 taxes Gross Profits after taxes Net profits Note (*): 4.5 CONTRACTOR must indicate the end of financial year (If not March ending) as appropriate.: Fax.6 CONTRACTOR is requested to specify the amount(s) (in US. (Do not include any contract with a value less than US $ 500 million) Project Name Tender (Bid) Bond USD $ Performance Bond USD $ Contract Value in USD $ 4. CONTRACTOR is requested to provide the name(s) and address(es) of its bank(s) and other information as requested below.7 CONTRACTOR to provide current bonding capacity. 4.8 CONTRACTOR is requested to provide the name and address of its external auditors used by it during the past five (5) years. No. No. Bank Name: Bank Address: Telephone No.

1 CONTRACTOR is requested to submit a summary of its proposed project execution plan which shall include amongst others. construction plan. handling of critical execution issues. overall execution strategy. engineering plan. project control plans.0 Project Execution 5. 01 Activity All Process Mechanical Civil Instrument Electrical Safety QA /QC All Site Preparation Civil / Structure Mechanical Electrical Instrument Inspection Safety Commissioning Page 48 By CONTRACTOR By Others .2 What are the types of work that the CONTRACTOR shall carry out independently for the Project without subcontracting to others: Category Project Management Engineering Procurement Construction KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev. 5 Pre-Qualification Questionnaire for CONTRACTOR For Clean Fuels Project 5.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE ATTACHMENT No. commissioning and startup plan. pre-commissioning. procurement and material management plan. quality assurance & quality control plan. 5. project management & organization plan. project administration plan.

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5.3

Where shall the CONTRACTOR typically carry out or cause to carry out the
following project functions:
Category
Project Management
Engineering

Procurement
5.4

Activity

Main
Office

Regional
Office

Other
Location

All
Process
Mechanical
Civil
Instrument
Electrical
Safety
Drafting
All

CONTRACTOR is requested to provide a summary of its subcontracting
practices and procedures indicating the methodology for selecting, awarding
and administering subcontracts.

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ATTACHMENT No. 6
Pre-Qualification Questionnaire for CONTRACTOR
For Clean Fuels Project
6.0

Quality Management
6.1

CONTRACTOR is requested to state which Quality Management system the
CONTRACTOR is accredited to and provide certified copy of such
accreditation. CONTRACTOR is also requested to submit a summary (Table of
Contents) of its latest quality plan implemented for a similar CONTRACTOR
Refinery or Petrochemical or Oil and Gas EPC project.

6.2

Does your quality management system accredited by international agencies
also cover Project Management, Engineering, Procurement and Project
Execution? Submit proof of the same along with the procedures and
methodologies used.

6.3

CONTRACTOR is requested to state when their last audit was done and to
submit a copy of the audit report of the quality assurance system carried out by
third party.

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ATTACHMENT No. 7
Pre-Qualification Questionnaire for CONTRACTOR
For Clean Fuels Project
7.0

Health Safety and Environment
7.1

CONTRACTOR is requested to submit details of their health, safety and
environment performance by completing the attached Form 3, CONTRACTOR
Safety Performance.

7.2

CONTRACTOR is requested to provide a summary of it’s safety program
including details of its safety training program for its employees and workers
assigned to work sites and describe how the requirements of its policy are
published and communicated to inform its personnel on health and safety
matters.

7.3

CONTRACTOR is requested to elaborate on what type of first-aid and other
facilities are offered by the CONTRACTOR to its employees and workers on a
working site.

7.4

CONTRACTOR is requested to elaborate on whether it carried out HAZOP
Studies, Environmental Practices and Environmental Program Involvement in
the past on any Petrochemical, Refinery Projects or Oil & Gas Projects, and if
so, provide details and copy of such studies and the procedures being
followed by the CONTRACTOR for such studies and the methodology
(arrangement) between the CONTRACTOR, Technology Licensor and Owner.

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8 8.1 Procurement / Expediting Strategy and Organization 8. etc. 01 Page 52 . projections. iv) CONTRACTOR shall describe current procurement strategy and envisioned strategies to accommodate current market conditions as applied for the following disciplines: . compressors. transportation to jobsite and subsequent erection of the main columns.Machinery & Equipment . vessels and other major equipment items. slippages and initiating expediting actions are carried out. 8. columns. reactors.0 Pre-Qualification Questionnaire for CONTRACTOR For Clean Fuels Project Construction and Procurement Strategies 8.Concrete .CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE ATTACHMENT No.2 i) CONTRACTOR is requested to describe its strategy for the procurement.).e.Structural Steel .Piping . Material Management System CONTRACTOR is requested to describe its Material Management System and how tracking delivery. iii) CONTRACTOR is requested to provide its current purchasing workload and indicate whether expediting is carried out by buyers or specialists appointed for that purpose. pressure vessels. ii) CONTRACTOR is requested to describe the organization responsible for procurement and expediting and the strength of the organization and its location along with a brief description of the procurement methodology and the strategy for inspection and expediting.3 Craft Labor Resources : KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev.Electrical & Control Systems v) CONTRACTOR shall describe strategies for freight movements and inland transportation to jobsite of major equipment items (i.

provide the following breakdowns of your Construction Management Staff and Craft Supervision as a percent of Total Craft Manhours reflected in 9.3 (a) above: 8. Rigging/Heavy Lift Engineers/Supervisors b.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE Contractor is requested to provide Total Craft Manpower Curves and Peak Craft Manpower for each of the recent Projects for which Contractor has provided as relevant experience on FORM (1).5 a. Please provide the Total Number of Permanent Construction Staff devoted to Rigging/Heavy Lift Engineering currently included in your Staffing Totals as provided in the resources listed in ATTACHMENT No. Craft Supervision as a % of Total Craft Hours (General Foremen through Craft Superintendents). including support Staff). KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev. 01 Page 53 .4 Construction Management and Craft Supervision practices For the Projects listed on FORM (1). Construction Equipment and Heavy Lift Practices 1) Rigging/Heavy Lift Engineering Capability and Practices. Construction Management Staff as a % of Total Craft Hours (Site Manager through Area and General Superintendents. Please indicate Contractor’s resources and practices regarding Rigging Engineering and Heavy Lift Engineering/Planning as follows: a. b. 3: (i) Total Permanent Staff. 8. Please indicate Company Practices and Rigging/Heavy Lift Engineering and Planning: Policies regarding (i) Company Policy requires formalized Rigging/Lift Engineering for all lifts of _____Tons (ii) Company Permanent Rigging Engineering Staff reviews and signs off on all lifts of ______Tons.

Company Permanent Rigging Engineering Staff reviews and signs off on all lifts of _____Tons.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE (iii) 2) Where Construction Work is Subcontracted to Others. Please indicate the following regarding Contractors Construction Equipment Resources: a. Please indicate Mobile Construction Equipment Inventory of Contractor as would be utilized on major Projects (similar to those listed on FORM (1) and the proposed KNPC Clean Fuels Project: Capacities Range 1) upto 100 Ton 2) 125-300 Ton 3) 350-500 Ton 4) Over 500 Ton b) Contractor Subsidiary Owned Provided Contracted Local Supplier Please indicate what was the Heaviest/Largest Lifts accomplished directly under the CONTRACTOR’s Supervision for Projects covered in Form-1: Project 1 2 3 4 5 KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev. Construction Equipment Resources. 01 Page 54 Heaviest Lifts (MT) Largest Lifts (T-T Length/Diameter) .

KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev. please affirm by “NONE”. kindly provide details and if not. regardless of current company name. If so. 9. is presently in dispute with either clients or subcontractors/suppliers over unresolved contract claims or other matters for a claim value exceeding (USD) $10 Million. please affirm by “NONE”. regardless of current company name. If so.2 Contractor is requested to inform whether its business.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE 9. kindly provide details and if not. 01 Page 55 .1 Contractor is requested to inform whether its business.0 Litigation / Arbitration / Disputes 9. is presently or has ever been involved in any litigation or arbitration proceedings in relation to project work undertaken by EPC for a claim value exceeding (USD) $10 Million.

3 CONTRACTOR is requested to explain its philosophy towards the application of software in engineering projects including data processing support and summarize the experience gained in employing CAD techniques directly in project related work. 10 Pre-Qualification Questionnaire for EPCs For Clean Fuels Project 10. 10. • Document management systems.2 CONTRACTOR is requested to list the hardware and peripheral equipment and software available to support its: • Planning and scheduling systems. 10.4 CONTRACTOR is requested to list the hardware and principal peripheral equipment available for each of its CAD systems and the software available to support its CAD and Engineering procedures. • Material management systems. 10. IT Support System. KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev. 01 Page 56 .CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE ATTACHMENT No. • IT communication systems.1 CONTRACTOR is requested to list the planning and scheduling systems currently being used within its establishment. 10.

CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE FORM (1) Experience – World-Wide 1- Project Name 2- Owner Name 3- Country & Location 4- Legal Name of CONTRACTOR’s Entity Signing the Contract and Executing the Work 5- Nature of Project Yes abcde- 6- No Grass Root Extension Revamp Debottle Neck Others (Specify) Product Slate Product Name Capacity KTPA abcdef- KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev. 01 Page 57 .

CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE 7- Licensed Technology Licensor Name Process Unit abcdef- 8- Project Total Value US.Other CONTRACTOR’s US.Actual Start-up Date KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev. $ earned Values 11. 01 Page 58 No .Contract Start Date 13.Actual End Date 15. $ 9- CONTRACTOR’s Contract US.Contract Scheduled End Date 14. $ Value 10.Type of Contract Yes abcde- Lump Sum Turn Key Cost Plus Reimbursable Unit Rate Others (Specify) 12.

CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE 16. abcdefgh- Sub-Contractor’s Name Scope of Service 17.Number and type of Sub-Contracts No.Involvement in Licensed Technology License CONTRACTOR’s Scope abcdef- KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev. 01 Page 59 .

1) Experience – Worldwide Summary NO 1 2 3 4 … PROJECT DESCRIPTION OWNER NAME LEGAL NAME OF CONTRACTOR’ S ENTITY SIGNING THE CONTRACT & EXECUTING THE WORK COUNTRY & LOCATION PROJECT TOTAL VALUE EPC CONTRACT VALUE CONTRACT OR SCOPE (E/P/C) DATES (FROM START TO FINISH) .FORM (1.

2. 10. 5. 9. 11.FORM (2) Contractor Reference Inquiry This section to be completed by EPC Contractor Regarding _______________. Reimbursable etc.) Was the work performed by this Contractor on time. Unit Rate. Please complete the following details: 1. 12. 3. 4. 13. taking into account any awarded completion extensions? Did the Contractor implement satisfactory Quality Assurance and Control procedures? Did the Contractor implement satisfactory Safety Programs and Procedures? Would you consider awarding further work to this Contractor? Work Execution Quality of Workmanship Cooperation Management Quality Quality of Field Supervision Labor Quality Sufficiency Good Average Poor . Was Contractor the Main Contractor or a subcontractor? Did the Contractor perform the major elements of the work without the use of subcontractors? If not. Project Description Contractor Work scope Contract Completion Date Approximate Contract Value Approximate Labor Hours This section to be completed by Client Representative 6. Lump Sum. what was the volume of work subcontracted? Contract Type (i. and who has cited your Company as a source of reference. 7.e. who is attempting to prequalify for work associated with the Kuwait National Petroleum Company’s Clean Fuels Project. please respond to the following: Your response will remain confidential. 8.

Box 69.com KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev.O. Good Average Poor COMPANY NAME BY _____ TITLE/POSITION DATE PHONE_____________________________________________________ EMAIL______________________________________________________ 16.contractor. Completed forms should be sent to: Chairman. Safat Kuwait 13001 Email: cfp. 01 Page 62 . Room 313 P. PQ Committee Mina Abdullah Admin Building 3rd Floor. Commercial Commercial Relationship Contractor attitude to claims Invoicing Quality 15.pq@knpc.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE Labor Relations Safety Performance Reaction to Changes Planning Quality 14.

2009 2008 Rate No Rate 2009 No Injury resulting in fatality Total No. of accidents other than lost work Day Cases LWC Rate = No. of LWC X 200.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE FORM (3) Contractor Safety Performance Injury and Illness Data a. of Accidents resulting in Lost work day Cases (LWC) LWC Rate = Total No.000 _________________ Total Employee Hours Highest ranking safety/health/environment professional in the company: Title Telephone Fax: Do you have or provide: a) Full Time Safety/Health /Environment Engineer b) Full Time Site Safety/Health /Environment Engineer KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev. 01 Page 63 Yes Yes Yes 2010 No No No Rate 2010 No Rate . Rate 2008 2007 No.000 ________________ Total Employee Hours No. of Non-LWC X 200. Employee hours worked last three years: Provide the following data: Hours Year: Field: Total: 2006 2007 2006 No.000 Fatality Rate= _________________ Total Employee Hours No. of fatalities x 200.

Supervisors. 01 Page 64 . write and understand English/Arabic such that they can perform their job tasks safety without an interpreter? If no. have employees been: Trained Fit Tested Medically approved c) Hazard Communication Do your employees read. provide a description of your plan to assure that they can safely perform their jobs. Medical a) Do you conduct medical examination for: - Pre-employment - Replacement job Capability - Pulmonary - Respiratory b) Describe how you will provide first aid and other Medical KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE c) Full time Job Safety/Health/Environment Officer Do you have a written Safety and Health Program? Does the program address the following key elements? -Management commitment and expectation Yes No Yes No -Employee participation Yes No -Accountabilities and responsibilities for managers. and employees Yes No -Resources for meeting safety & Health requirements Yes No -Periodic Safety and Health performance appraisals for all employees Yes No -Hazard recognition and control Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes Yes Yes Yes Yes No No No No No Do you have written programs for the following: a) Hearing Conservation b) Respiratory Protection Where applicable.

01 Page 65 . and JLGs) by third party agencies Yes eg? Lloyds BV etc No Do you have a corrective action process for addressing individual safety and health performance deficiencies? Equipment and Materials: a) Do you have a system for establishing applicable health No c) Do you maintain operating equipment in compliance with Regulatory requirement? d) Do you maintain maintenance the applicable Certification records inspection for Yes No Yes Yes No No and operating equipment? Inspection and Audits a) Do you conduct Safety and Health Inspections? KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev. and Environmental specifications for acquisition Yes of Materials and equipment? No b) Do you conduct inspections on operating equipment Yes (e. Forklifts.g.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE services for your employees while on site Specify who will provide these services : _________________ Yes No c) Do you have personnel trained to perform first aid and CPR? Do you hold site safety and health meetings for: Field Supervisors Employees New Hires Yes Yes Yes No No No Frequency_____ Frequency_____ Frequency_____ Are the Safety and Health meetings Documented? Yes No Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) a) Is applicable PPE provided for employees? b) Do you have a program to assure that PPE is Inspected and maintained? Yes Yes No No Yes No Safety. Cranes.

01 Page 66 .CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE Yes b) Do you conduct Safety and Health program audits? No c) Are corrections of deficiencies documented? Safety and Health Orientation New Hires a) Do you have a Safety & Health Orientation Program for new hires and newly hired or Promoted supervisors? Supervisors Yes No Yes No b) Does program provide instruction on the following: Yes .New worker Orientation? No Yes No -Safe Work Practices Yes No Yes No -Safety Supervision Yes No Yes No -Toolbox Meetings Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No -Emergency Procedures -First Aid Procedures -Incident Investigation -Fire Protection and Prevention -Safety Intervention -Hazard Communication c) How long is the Orientation program? Hours Safety & Health/Environment training a) Do you now Environments the regulatory training safety requirements health and Yes No for your Yes No Yes No Employees? b) Have your employees received the required Safety & Health and Environment training and retraining? c) Do you have as specific Safety & Health and KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev.

furnish the brief details. 01 Page 67 . Do you have procedures for taking appropriate actions to contain accidental spills/releases from the site/facilities? If yes. brief the measures taken at your facilities. Do you practice Environmental guidelines/standards in manufacturing facilities to reduce the air emissions. What is the percentage towards Environmental expenses on your KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev. attach a copy of the policy. Have you obtained accreditation under any Standards/System viz ISO14001? Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No Yes No If Yes. furnish the code/standards of guidelines. Does your organization any time subject to enforcement action by statutory authorities for violating Environmental regulations? If yes. attach the relevant certificates. Do you take/adopt necessary precautions to control fugitive emissions form the site/facilities? If yes. Materials at site/facilities? If yes. Do you carry out Environmental Audit of your facilities? Please furnish the detail on frequency.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE Environment training program for Supervisors? Do you have an Environmental Management System? Yes No If yes. furnish the brief details. internal/external and copy of the last audit. water & solid waste at the source? If yes. Do you practice Environmental guidelines in storage of Hazardous chemical. furnish the methods/standards.

etc. Safety Inspection Audit Procedure or form Safety & Health Training Program (Outline) Example of Employee Safety & Health Training Records Safety & Health Training Schedule (Sample) Authorized Signature:________________________________ Name:__________________________ Date: _____________ KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev. Control. Reporting Procedure. 01 Page 68 .CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE annual turnover? Are you aware of the prevailing environmental regulations in the state of Kuwait? INFORMATION SUBMITTAL Yes No Please provide copies of checked ( ) item with the completed PQF: ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ Insurance Certificate (s) Safety & Health Program Safety &Health Incentive Program Hazard Communication Program Respiratory Protection Program ____ Environmental Policy ____ Accreditation Certification ____ Environmental Audit Reports & Procedures ____ Environmental Training Program (Outlines) ____ Procedure for spill control/fugitive emission ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ ____ Housekeeping Policy Accident/Incident Investigation Procedure Unsafe Condition.

CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE TABLE (1) Contractor’s Interest No. 01 Page 69 . ________________________ KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev. indicate which package you would bid MAA EPC Package MAB EPC Package 1 MAB EPC Package 2 Please indicate the maximum number of EPC Packages you are capable / interested to execute. 1 2 3 EPC Package Rank Interest (1 to 3 – 1 being most favorable) If qualified.

250 Engineers (Revenues above shall be based on the highest revenue earned per year from amongst the last 5 years) KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev.50 per 200. 01 Page 70 .000 hours  Workforce of at least 2.5 billion USD (Combined)  Leader in HS&E. (If Bidder is submitting application individually the limits apply to the individual organization. If Bidder is a JV. the limits in this Exhibit A applies to the JV combined forces)  Total revenues no less than 5 billion USD per year  Experience of at least 7 major project in the Petrochemical/Refining/Oil & Gas Industry  Experience of at least 5 Projects larger than 1 billion USD or its JV equivalent  Minimum 400 million USD in global design revenues  Net worth larger than 1.CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE EXHIBIT “A” Minimum Pre-Qualification requirements for Bidder. LTR less than .

CLEAN FUELS PROJECT (CFP) EPC CONTRACTOR PREQUALIFICATION QUESTIONNAIRE EXHIBIT “B” Minimum Pre-Qualification requirements for Lead JV (In addition to have JV prequalified as a single entity.000 hours  Workforce of at least 1350 Engineers (Revenues above shall be based on the highest revenue earned per year from amongst the last 5 years) KNPC CFP PQ QUESTIONNAIRE KNPC-EPCPQ-CFP-005 Rev.50 per 200. LTR less than . the lead JV Partner must meet the following criteria)  Total revenues no less than 3 billion USD per year  Experience of at least 5 major projects in Petrochemical /Refining/Oil & Gas Industry  Experience of at least 3 Projects larger than 1 billion USD or its JV equivalent  Minimum 250 million USD in global design revenues  Minimum 600 million USD in petrochemical/refinery/Oil & Gas contracts  Net worth larger than 1 billion USD  Leader in HS&E. 01 Page 71 .