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CONDITIONING SKID

BCP-B2 PLATFORM PROJECT


FUEL GAS CONDITIONING
PACKAGE SPECIFICATION

OIL AND NATURAL GAS CORPORATION LIMITED


INDIA

BY

APPROVED

ISSUED FOR BID PACKAGE

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CONTENTS
1.0

INTRODUCTION

1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4

Scope/ General
Application of this Document
Contractor Responsibilities
Sub-Contractors/ Sub Vendors

2.0

STANDARDS, CODES AND REFERENCE DOCUMENTS

2.1
2.2

Codes, Standards and Regulations


Reference Specifications and Drawings

3.0

SCOPE OF SUPPLY

3.1
3.2
3.3

General
Scope of Supply
Acceptance Criteria

4.0

ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN CRITERIA AND UTILITIES

4.1
4.2
4.3

Climatic Conditions
Design Life, Availability and Reliability
Area Classification

5.0

SYSTEM DESIGN CRITERIA

5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7
5.8
5.9

General
Safety
General Plant Process Design
Chlorinator Performance
Mechanical Requirements
Materials
Welding
Piping
Electrical

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5.11
5.12
5.13

Instrumentation and Controls


Insulation
Fire Protection
Utilities

6.0

DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

7.0

F.G.CONDITIONAR - PACKAGE DESIGN

8.0

INSPECTION, TESTING AND CERTIFICATION

8.1
8.2
8.3
8.4
8.5

General
Quality Assurance
Shop Inspection and Testing
Hydrostatic tests
Material and Welding Inspection

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Warranty

10.0

SPARE PARTS & TOOLS

10.1
10.2

Spare Parts
Special Tools

11.0

CONTRACTOR DATA REQUIREMENTS

12.0

CORROSION PROTECTION AND PREPARATION FOR SHIPMENT

12.1
12.2

Painting and Protective Coatings


Preparation for Shipments

13.0

ATTACHMENTS

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This specification together with P&IDs, other specifications, codes &


standards describes the minimum requirements for the design, manufacture,
inspection & testing, supply and commissioning of Fuel Gas Conditioning
Package including skid based Conditioning package and any other off skid
items, complete with all associated auxiliaries and control systems for the
BCPB-II Platform Project.
1.2

Application of this Document


This document applies specifically to the portion of the EPC contract to
develop BCPB-II Platform for the Company
The scope of this document is limited to the new BCPB-II Platform Project.
This document shall not be used for any other purpose.

1.3

Contractor Responsibilities
The Contractor shall be responsible for the complete engineering and
coordination, design, manufacture, supply, installation and commissioning,
inspection, testing, preparation for shipment of the Fuel Gas Conditioning
Package, including full compliance with all applicable design codes and
standards, including those listed in Section 2.0 of this specification.
The items shall preferably be supplied by the Contractor as a standard
package.

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Contractor shall comply with all the requirements of this Specification and its
attachments, and no deviation / exceptions will be acceptable in their Tender.
Sub-Contractors / Sub Vendors

1.4

Approval shall be obtained from the Company before any


subcontracted or material is purchased from any sub vendor whose name
appear in Suggested Vendor list of this Tender
2.0

CODE, STANDARDS AND REFERRENCE DOCUMENTS

2.1

Codes and Standards

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The Fuel Gas Conditioning Package shall be designed, manufactured,


certified and tested in accordance with the requirements of this specification,
the data sheets, referenced Project Specifications and the latest revisions of
the following codes, standards and statutory regulations:

NEC

National Electrical Code

NEMA

National Electrical Manufacturers Association

IEC

International Electromechanical Commission

NFPA

National Fire Protection Association

ASME VIII Div. 1 Pressure Vessels and Boiler Code

ASME IX

Welding and Brazing Qualifications

ASME B16.5

Steel Piping Flange and Flanged Fittings

ASME B31.3

Codes for Chemical Plant and Petroleum Refinery


Piping.

API RP 14C

Analysis, Design, Installation and Testing of


Basic Surface Safety Systems on Offshore

Production Platforms.
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API RP 14F

Electrical Systems for Offshore Production


Platforms

API RP 14G

Fire Prevention and Control Open Type Offshore


Production Platforms.

API RP 500

Classification of Areas for Electrical Installations


at Drilling rigs and Production Platforms on Land
and on Marine Fixed or Mobile Platforms.

TEMA

Tubular Exchangers manufacturers Association

1 NACE MR-01-75 National Association of corrosion Engineers


Standard

2.2

Reference Specifications and Drawings.


The Fuel Gas Conditioning Package covered by this Specification shall be
designed, manufactured and tested in accordance with the requirements of
the following Project Specifications:
1 Process Data Sheet for Fuel Gas Conditioning Package
2 Basis of Design
3 Material Requirement Report
4 Specification for Instrumentation General
5 Instrumentation Specification for Packaged Equipment

6 Specification for Electrical Equipment with Packaged Plant


7 Specification for Piping Materials and Design Spec. No. 2004/A
8 Specification for Piping Fabrication and Installation Spec. No. 2004/B
9 Specification for Insulation of Piping and Equipment Spec. No. 2006

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1 Specification for Pressure Vessels Spec. No. 5601F


2 Specification for Packaged Equipment Spec. No. 5100P
3 Specification for Structural Welding and Inspection for Offshore
Platform Spec. No. 2009F
4 Protective Coatings for Offshore Structures and Facilities Spec. No.
2005
To minimize conflict, other documents listed herein, the following order
of precedence will govern:
-Data sheets.
-This specification.
-P&ID
-General Specification.
-Code and standards.

3.0

SCOPE OF SUPPLY

3.1

General
This specification, with attachments and referenced specifications, outlines
the minimum requirements for one complete Fuel Gas Conditioning System.

This specification does not dictate detailed design of the equipment or


assembly of component or assembly of components. It is intended that those
responsibilities be retained fully by the Contractor so that all equipment and
process warranties remain unmitigated.

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The Contractor shall have single point responsibility for the entire Fuel Gas
Conditioning system which shall include the complete design, engineering,
coordination, manufacture, testing, delivery and proper functioning of the
equipment, not withstanding any omissions from this specification.

3.2

Scope of Supply
The Contractor shall supply the following equipment and auxiliary systems
and all other requirements in accordance with this specification. Any
equipment that is required for safe operation and shutdown of the Fuel Gas
Conditioning System as determined by the Company but not specifically
identified herein shall also be included in the Contractor's Scope of Supply.
The Fuel Gas Conditioning System shall condition the Fuel Gas for making
it suitable for combustion in the Gas Turbines of Booster Compressors.
The Contractor shall be responsible for the complete design, engineering,
co-ordination, manufacture, inspection and testing, delivery and precommissioning and commissioning of the equipment, not withstanding any
omissions from this specification.
The Contractor shall supply all the items shown with in the battery limit of

Fuel Gas system on the enclosed P&ID, as a minimum, and other items
considered necessary to meet the performance guarantees detailed in the
EPC Contract.
It is envisaged that the system will include, but may not be limited to the
following list of items.
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Fuel gas heater (Pre Heater)

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Fuel gas scrubber

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Fuel gas filter

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Fuel gas heater (Super Heater )

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Interconnecting piping, fittings and valves, including drain connections

6-

Access ladders and maintenance platforms required for normal


operational and maintenance.

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Necessary electrical, instrumentation and control system

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Any other item, not shown on the P&ID but required to make the system
complete and efficiently operable.

All the above components shall be mounted on one structural skid fully
assembled, piped with inlet and outlet appropriately rated flanges, wired tested
and painted for marine environment.
3.3

Acceptance Criteria
As a minimum requirement, the offered equipment or the equipment of similar
design manufactured by the same supplier:
1-

shall have been type tested; and

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shall have been in continuous satisfactory service on offshore for a

minimum period of two (2) years.

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4.0

ENVIRONMENTAL DESIGN CRITERIA AND UTILITIES

4.1

Climatic Conditions
The Climatic and other conditions under which the Equipment will operate
are detailed elsewhere in the Bid Package.
The Equipment will be operated on an offshore platform located in the
Arabian Sea.
The Contractor is responsible for ensuring that all equipment and
components provided are suitable for the utility and environmental
conditions as specified in the EPC Contract.

4.2

Design Life, Availability and Reliability


The Design Life of the process facilities is 25 years. Equipment shall be
designed and constructed for a minimum service life of 25 years.
Uninterrupted periods of operation shall be detailed in specific equipment
specifications.
The Contractor shall be required to meet a specific minimum availability
figure, either to enable particular equipment or package configurations to be

practicable or for operating reasons. The Contractor shall specify the


estimated availability figure for this package. In addition, the Contractor
shall furnish their best estimates of Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF)
and Mean Time to Repair (MTTR) for the equipment concerned.

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In making assessments of the availability and reliability, the Contractor will


need to estimate maintenance and repair times. For the purpose of making
such estimates, the Contractor may assume that the spares holding is in
accordance with their submitted recommendations unless otherwise stated.
The Contractor may also neglect any delay caused by factors not directly
related to the package in question, unless a basis for estimating such delays
is provided by the Company. In the case of failure modes which make a
significant contribution to the overall unavailability, the Contractor may be
required to demonstrate that their assumed repair times can be achieved.
4.3

Area Classification
Electrical and instrumentation will be rated for the applicable Hazardous
Area Classification nominated in the Equipment Data Sheets according to
API RP500 definitions.

5.0

SYSTEM DESIGN CRITERIA

5.1

General
These requirements apply to all Equipment listed in the Scope of Supply
Section 3.2. Specific Equipment requirements are detailed in Section 6 & 7.
The Equipment's standard designs that meet the performance requirements

and that will operate in the marine environment documented in Section 4.0
for a period of 25 years are preferred. The Contractor shall identify any
aspects of the standard components or packages that do not meet this
Specification and submit descriptions to the Company during the tendering
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The Contractor shall be responsible for the process, mechanical, structural,


piping, instrumentation and electrical design, sizing, material and equipment
procurement and coordination for fabrication, insulation, inspection and
testing and protective coating in accordance with this specification.
The Contractor's Tender shall include any equipment necessary to make a
complete, operable, safe and dependable system including all the equipment
and instrumentation necessary to make the unit operational. Instrumentation
for the Fuel Gas Conditioning System shall be wired to package edge
mounted junction boxes for connection to the Company's Control and
shutdown Systems. Instruments for the Fuel Gas Conditioning Skid shall be
shipped lose for final installation at site.
The Contractor shall prepare equipment data sheets for each item in the
Package and include them in its Tender.
The noise emissions of the packages shall not exceed the limits defined
elsewhere in the Contract.

The Contractor shall submit detailed calculations for the design of Fuel Gas
Conditioning System prior to fabrication, including all components and
appurtenances etc., Fuel Gas Pre Heater, Super Heater, Filter, Scrubber,
control panel, power requirement, piping, lifting loads, reinforcement
requirement for nozzles, man ways, saddle supports, base plates, lifting lugs,

platform and ladder clips, normal and surge operating weights, test weights
etc. Other specific calculations submittal requirements are stated elsewhere
in this specification and attachments.
The Contractor shall obtain drawing approval from the Company for all
fabricated equipment and Package assemblies prior to fabrication.

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The Contractor data shall include detail design drawings of the vessels,
heaters and appurtenances. The drawings that shall as a minimum be
provided include:
1 Fuel Gas Scrubber Assembly details
2 Fuel Gas Filter details
3 Power Supply details
4 Fuel Gas Pre Heater details
5 Fuel Gas Super Heater details
6 Control System details
7 Access Platform complete with Ladder
8 Package Drawings & Documentation
All detail design drawing shall be fully dimensioned and complete with a
bill of materials. All dimensions shall be in Metric units.
The Contractor shall supply suitably rated blank flanges for all blanked off
vessel nozzles.
Spectacle blinds where specified at the Package edge tie in points shall be
supplied by the contractor.

5.2

Safety
It is the intent of the Company that operational hazards be reduced to a
minimum. Contractor shall use sound engineering judgment to complete an
installation that will perform the required process function without
compromising this aim. The packages shall be designed in accordance with

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API RP 14C, "Recommended Practice for Analysis, Design, Installation and


Testing of Basic Safety Systems on Offshore Production Platforms."
-All electrical devices shall meet the requirements for the area classification
in which they are installed.
-All controls shall operate in a fail-safe mode. Sparking type drive belts, if
used, shall be antistatic type.
-Piping shall be arranged in a manner so as to avoid tripping or headroom
problems. Piping or tubing of insufficient mechanical strength for standing
or hanging shall be protected from personal traffic.
-The unit shall be suitably earthed to prevent stray currents causing
corrosion to external equipment.
-The Contractor shall conduct a HAZOP study on the complete Fuel Gas
Conditioning System.
5.3

General Plant Process Design


The Fuel Gas Conditioning System equipment shall meet the process

performance requirements detailed in the EPC Contract documents. Refer


also Process Data sheet for the Fuel Gas Conditioning Package.
Sufficient descriptive information including a process flow-sheet with heat
and material balances and piping and instrument drawings (P&ID's) shall be
furnished with the Equipment Vendor's quotation to enable equipment size,

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weight, performance, quality, capacity and specification adherence to be


determined. The Process Flow Diagram shall include all gas and liquid
flows, compositions, temperatures, pressures, power consumption and other
relevant physical properties to enable full evaluation of the proposed system.
The P&IDs shall provide details of line sizes, control valve sizes, control
logic, process and safety set-points.
The Contractor shall furnish all calculations and/or design criteria necessary
to confirm Fuel Gas processing rate, power requirement and all other
process criteria.
5.4

Performance
The Fuel Gas Conditioning System shall be designed to supply Fuel Gas of
required quality to all prime movers at minimum 20 Deg C super heat and at
an operating pressure of 29 kg / cm2. The Fuel Gas Conditioning System
shall be sized to meet fuel gas requirement of all the consumers installed on
BCPB-II Platform like drivers of process gas compressors and purge gas
requirements of flare headers.
The Contractor shall guarantee the process performance of all the
Equipment in the Fuel Gas Conditioning system. The guarantee shall extend

to the design parameters specified on the Process Data Sheets for the
following.
1 Supply of fuel gas to meet the quality, quantity & pressure requirements
of Turbine vendor at maximum load.
2 Power consumption of Pre & Super Heaters
3 Guaranteed design life of each unit

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A performance test on the F G conditioning package shall be conducted,


with in one year from initial on stream date. If the system has been in
operation for a period of more than ninety days, and the vendor believes that
certain equipment require maintenance prior to the performance test, such
maintenance will be performed by the company. This condition shall not be
interpreted as to relieve the vendor from his responsibilities for
modifications or replacement of equipment elements in accordance with the
warranted guarantees.
Performance test duration shall be 24 hours of continuous run at the design
conditions and performance requirements specified in attached data sheets.
Results of the performance test evaluation, including test samples and
operational data along with necessary engineering calculation shall be used to
determine if the system meets guarantee requirements as specified in attached
data sheet.
Vendor shall supply or otherwise arrange for all apparatus required for
performance test.
The skid piping, instruments, electrical and structural items shall be tested
and inspected as per Spec no. 5100p Skid Mounted Assemblies.
Any or all of the above tests, may at the Companys option be witnessed by
the Company or its representative and its certification agency.

5.5

Mechanical Requirements
Pressure vessels shall be designed, fabricated, tested and ASME code
stamped if applicable in accordance with the ASME Pressure Vessel Code,
Section VIII, Division 1 and project specification for Pressure Vessels and

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respective data sheets. Corrosion allowances for carbon steel pressure


vessels and internals shall be stated on the respective Data Sheets.
Man ways, hand holes, inspection openings, instrumentation, valves, etc.,
shall be located for ease of operation and maintenance. The Contractor's
design shall provide access ladders, walkways, and platforms to service and
maintain equipment that cannot be reached from the Package deck level.
Access to all equipment on the Packages for operation, maintenance, etc. is
of utmost importance.
All equipment, such as filters and other components that require on-line
maintenance shall be clearly identified and located in accessible positions.
Removal of other piping or equipment to provide access to maintain
equipment is not acceptable.
The minimum overhead clearance for piping shall be 2.1 m (including any
insulation).
5.6

Materials
Materials of construction shall be selected to suit the fluid medium in which
it is in contact and shall be suitable for offshore service for the process and

Equipment design life of 25 years.


The Contractor shall identify each component part and the proposed
material, including minimum corrosion allowances, etc. Consideration shall
be given to the selection of corrosion resistant materials or internal cladding
for the construction of vessels. The Contractor shall provide material
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meeting the life and process requirements of this specification. Refer to


Materials requirement Report.
All materials shall be new and in accordance with the manufacturing
requirements of API RP14E. Actual ASTM numbers and grades for all
materials shall be specified on Contractor's data sheets.
All carbon and low-alloy steel equipment in these services shall be post
weld heat-treated.
No asbestos or asbestos-based products shall be used.
5.7

Welding
All welding shall be the responsibility of the Contractor and shall be in
accordance the appropriate Codes and Specifications as follows:
1 Piping ASME B31.3
2 Packaged equipment/Exchangers ASME VIII Div. 1 and ASME IX.
3 American Welding Society Code.
4 Project specification for Structural Welding and inspection for Offshore

Platforms.
Each weld procedure shall be covered by a suitable procedure qualification
tested in accordance with the requirements of ASME IX.

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Piping
All inlet and outlet piping shall terminate at the edge of Fuel Gas
Conditioning Skid with an appropriately rated flange and Tie in pipe
support.
All piping shall be in accordance with the following project specifications
for design, material selection, fabrication and installation:
1 Specification for Piping Materials
2 Specification for Piping Design-2004A
3 Specification for Piping Fabrication- 2004B
Piping shall be arranged in such a manner as to avoid tripping or overhead
problems. Piping or tubing of insufficient mechanical strength for standing
on or hanging from shall be protected from personnel traffic. All piping and
tubing shall be adequately supported.
Valves shall be installed as necessary to bypass and allow removal of
duplicated components for maintenance without shutting down or draining
the complete system.
Equipment shall be oriented on the Package to allow as much space as

possible between pieces of equipment to facilitate maintenance. Adequate


space shall be allowed for access to and maintenance of package
components without removing any major assembly.
The pipe stress analysis shall be carried out by the Contractor for piping
within Conditioning Package, utilizing proven software package.

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The Contractor shall be responsible for meeting flexibility criteria specified


in ANSI B31.3 and design of pipe supports. Contractor shall also be
responsible for co-ordination with vessel/exchanger sub-contractors, to
ensure that local stress at nozzle junctions are within code acceptable limits.
The Contractor shall furnish proposed Pipe Stress Analysis Program with the
Tender. The Contractor shall submit pipe stress analysis calculations and
report for the Company's approval.
5.9
5.9.1

Electrical
All electrical devices and equipment shall meet the requirements for the area
classification detailed on respective Data Sheets.

5.9.2

All electrical work on the Conditioning Package shall conform to the project
specification for Electrical Equipment of Packaged Plant (FS-4017).

5.9.3

The electrical heater and controls shall be in accordance with enclosed


specifications and data sheet.

5.9.4

A Thyristorised/IGBT (Insulated Gate BipolarTransistor) Heater Control Panel


shall be provided for heater power supply control. The control panel shall be
free standing, metal enclosed compartmentalised ( for separation between power

& control circuits) dust and vermin proof, suitable for indoor floor mounting.
The control panel shall be located in switchgear room.
5.9.5

The main contactor and all power components in the thyristorised/IGBT


(Insulated Gate BipolarTransistor) heater control panel shall be suitable for the
thyristorised/IGBT (Insulated Gate BipolarTransistor) power control circuit

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application. The contractor shall have minimum AC-3 duty rating for the full
heater load, with adequate margin.
5.9.6

The compatibility of the thyristor panel input signal requirements with the
instrumentation/PLC signal shall be ensured. The controller shall be suitable for
the input signal received from temperature monitoring device. The system shall
be designed to obtain heater power control over the complete range to meet the
process requirements from minimum to maximum flow of fuel gas and
minimum to maximum inlet temperature. The thyristor circuit shall be able to
achieve the control in this range without the switching ON/OFF of the contactor.
Contactor shall be kept as a back up to cut off the supply should the thyristor
fail resulting in excessive heating.
Necessary

controls/interlocks

shall

be

provided

as

per

process

requirements/P&Ids.
5.9.7

The control circuit shall be designed so that in case of gas output/supply


shutdown the thyristor power circuit output shall be zero. Additionally, in such a
case, the heater supply shall be cut off by switching off the main contactor.

5.9.8

The main incoming MCCB of thyristor panel shall be provided with shunt
tripping facility with provision of remote tripping. One stop P.B. shall be located

in CCP to enable the operator to trip the main incoming MCCB from remote
control panel also.
5.9.9

Electrical heat tracing shall be provided for pipelines/equipment within the skid
as per P&ID/process requirements. The same shall comply with Spec. No. 4016.
for Heat Tracing.

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5.9.10 All equipment selected for hazardous area shall be certified by BASEEFA, UL,
FM, CMRI or an internationally recognized certification agency for the service
and area in which it is to be used.
5.10

Instrumentation and Controls


The Contractor shall design and provide the regime for control and
monitoring of the Fuel Gas Conditioning System to assure effective, smooth
and safe operation.
Instrumentation shall be in accordance with Project Specifications:
1 Basic bid work / Description of works & Design Criteria,
Instrumentation, Cl.no.2.3.6.
2 Instrumentation Specification for Packaged Equipment
The panel shall be weather proof to NEMA-4 & explosion proof to NEMA-7.
Contractor shall provide interlock logic schemes for the Conditioning
Package for the safe operation of the unit. The logic shall be represented by
a Cause and Effect Matrix as per API RP 14C, Safe Charts.
The Fuel Gas Conditioning System shall be supplied with its own dedicated
Unit control system that shall include ESD/FSD functions.

The Unit Control System shall interface with the platform DCS via serial
and / or hardwired interfaces. These interfaces shall provide full operator
access to Fuel Gas Conditioning System for monitoring, control and alarms
and be capable of receiving and responding to Platform ESD/FSD and
Safety Shutdown Signals.

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The Fuel Gas Conditioning System ESD/FSD functions shall be


independent of the process control functions and shall have separate field
instruments, cabling and terminations. No part of the process control system
shall be used for ESD/FSD functions.
The Unit Control Panel (UCP) will be located in Electrical Switchgear room
of the BCP-B2 Platform.
The fuel gas conditioning system shall have a local control panel for heater.
The Local Control Panel shall send control signals to Thyristorised/IGBT
(Insulated Gate BipolarTransistor) Heater Control Panel for heater power
supply control. Push button and indication shall be provided in local control
panel for tripping & indication of heater power supply.
All shutdown/interlocking sequential start/stop and other auxiliary equipment
shall be located within the Local Control Panel. In this panel, interface shall
be provided to accept the signals from DCS/ESD/FSD to take local action
and shall send signals to DCS/ESD/FSD in case action is required by Central
Control room.
Contractor shall coordinate with vendor for interface. Auxiliary contacts
required for closing/tripping of Remote breaker/contactor shall be rated for

06 Amp at 240 V A.C. Ac-11 duty and 4.0 Amp at 110V D.C11 duty.
Important parameters indication, recording, alarm etc. shall be repeated in
Central Control Room. Vendor shall provide these signals through a skid
mounted junction box.

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First out sequence type alarm cabinet shall be provided on local panel.
The Contractor shall include all instrumentation necessary for the safe and
effective control and operation of the F.G. Conditioning Skid. The
Contractor shall provide full details of all instrumentation included and shall
complete the Instrument data sheets where indicated and submit with their
Tender.
Instrumentation and associated equipment shall be suitable for use in a Class
1, Group B & D, Division 1, hazardous area.
Instruments shall be wired to Package edge mounted junction boxes
identified and terminated strictly in accordance with Project specifications.
Cables from instruments to junction boxes shall be armored type in
compliance with FS-4011. Junction boxes shall be suitable for use in a
Class 1, Div 1, GR B & D hazardous area.
The Conditioning Package instrumentation and any local instrument panels
shall be installed so that indicators and controls are readily visible or
accessible from the Package edge.

5.11

Insulation
The respective P&ID drawings provide only the minimum requirements for
equipment and piping insulation.
The Contractor shall provide insulation for personnel protection for those

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parts on external equipment surfaces that can reach temperature more than
O

60 C and for heat conservation, in accordance with attached Specification


No.2006.
5.12

Fire Protection
Passive fire protection measures shall be as per the requirements of project
specification and shall be incorporated in to the Fuel Gas Conditioning
Package design.

5.13

Utilities
Utilities available are indicated in the attached data sheet. The contractor
shall specify the utilities required along with their rate of consumption in his
bid.

6.0

DESIGN AND CONSTRUCTION

6.1

Fuel Gas Scrubber

Scrubber vessel, its internals and other accessories shall be designed for design
condition and shall meet the performance requirement, as detailed here and in
data sheet(s).

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CONDITIONING SKID

Contractor shall size the vessel based on the governing capacities of


finally approved process flow sheets and material/utility balance sheets,
as applicable and shall submit all calculations to the company.

2)

Gas stream into vessel shall be scrubbed for removal of 99.9% of all
liquid droplets of size 10 micron and larger.

3)

As a minimum, vessel shall be sized for liquid residence time of 5


minutes.

4)

To prevent re-entertainment of liquid into gas stream, feed point shall be


higher than maximum liquid level, as indicated below:

5)

Feed Nozzle Size (NB)

Min. distance from Max. liquid level

Up to 6

300 mm

8, 10

400 mm

12, 14

500 mm

16

600 mm

The primary separator assembly shall be designed to separate the bulk of

liquid from gas stream using mechanism of impingement, change in


direction, centrifuge force. This may consist of a simple device as Fluid
deflector or a special device developed by vendor for the specific
application.
6)

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Vane mist eliminator assembly shall consist of suitably boxed vane type
elements which coalesce finer liquid droplets and separate the same from
gas stream, by mechanism of impingement, change in direction,
centrifugal force etc.
This shall be located below the gas outlet nozzle and shall serve to
remove the finer droplets of liquid in the gas stream. The assembly shall
be located sufficiently above in the vessel to prevent re-entrainment of
liquid in outgoing gas stream. Sufficient space between the exit from this
assembly to gas exit nozzle shall be provided to prevent larger liquid
droplets formed in the mist extractor from being carried away by gas.
Wire mesh type demister shall not be used. In order to achieve
performance specified, vendor shall use special internals, developed by
him, as an alternate or supplement to above defined internals, with
companys approval.
7)

The vessel shall be designed, fabricated and tested as per ASME section
VIII division 1.

6.2

Fuel Gas Pre heater and Super heater


Fuel gas pre heater and super heater shall be designed to meet the thermal and

mechanical requirements given in the attached specification and data sheet. The
pre heater & super heater shall be complete with all instrumentation and
controls required as per P&ID enclosed. Designing of the vessel shall be as per
attached specifications, ASME Sec VIII, Div 1.
Fuel gas pre heater & super heater shall be designed for gas flow rate variation
from minimum flow (idle run of Turbine ) to maximum flow (under full load) as

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mentioned in data sheet. Bidder to note that the turbine of compressors may run
in idle condition for prolonged durations up to 2-3 hours. Heating element shall
be designed accordingly to meet both idle & full load conditions.
6.3

Fuel Gas Filter


Bidder shall provide two fuel gas filters (each of 100% capacity) to separate out
any solids and liquids from fuel gas. Coalescing filter element extractor shall be
of high efficiency for removal of 95% of particles (entrained liquid & solids) of
5 microns and above size (to be confirmed by Gas Turbine vendors for
Compressors ). Filter vessels shall be designed in accordance with the attached
Data Sheet and ASME Section VIII Division 1.

6.4

Vessels
1)

The vessel shall be designed to meet the requirements specified in the


attached data sheet(s).

2)

The vessel shall be designed, fabricated and tested in accordance with


ASME, Section-VIII, Div-1. All welding shall be in accordance with the
attached Specification No. 2009F.

3)

The vessel shall be ASME Code stamped.

4)

As a minimum, the vessel shall be designed for spot radiography. The


circumferential joint of dished ends to shell, shall be as a minimum,
partially radio graphed. The vessel intended to be used in sour services
shall have welds 100% radio graphed. The carbon steel vessel intended
to be used in sour service shall be given P.W.H.T.

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All nozzles of size 2 NB and less shall be adequately stiffened by


gussets to prevent damage during transportation.

6)

Vessel shall be adequately supported in a manner that there is a clear gap


between vessel and platform deck to avoid accumulation of rain water in
saliferous marine environment.

7)

Scrubber vessel shall be heat treated wherever it is required due to


service requirements or due to code requirements. It shall be post weld
heat-treated as a complete unit and no welding is permitted once post
weld heat treatment is done.

8)

Plates shall be supplied in normalised condition and free from any


injurious defects. No repair welding is permissible.
Boiler quality plates over 15 mm thickness shall be examined
ultrasonically as per ASTM-A-435.

9)

Carbon steel plates 50 mm and above in thickness shall meet the


following additional requirements.

1)

Charpy V notch impact test as per the supplementary


0

requirements S-5 of specification SA 20 at (-)26 C.


2)

Vacuum treatment as per supplementary requirement of S-1 of


specification SA-20.

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Bend test as per supplementary requirement of S-14 of


specification SA-20.

4)

Ultrasonic examination as per ASTM-A578 with acceptance


standards of level-1.

24)

Cladded plates shall have the cladding of minimum 3 mm thick. Cladded


plates shall be as per SA263/SA264/SA265 as per applicability in vessel
data sheet, and SA-20 and shall also meet the following requirements.
1)

Shear test: Min. shear strength of cladding and base metal shall
be 14 Kgf/min.

2)

The alloy steel surface shall be blast cleaned after heat treatment
to No. 1 finish as specified in ASTM-A-480. Repair of cladding
by welding is not allowed.

3)

After heat treatment, each plate shall be 100% ultrasonically


tested in accordance with ASTM-A-578.

11)

Material of Construction
Material of construction shall be as follows, unless specified otherwise

in the attached data sheet.


-

Shell, Dished ends

SA-516, Gr. 60

Nozzles

SA-106, Gr. B

Flanges

SA-105

Bolting

SA-193, Gr B 7M
SA-194, Gr 2HM Hot Dip Galvanised

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Self
Reinfor
ced
Nozzle
s
12)

SA
105
In case vessel is required for sour service (see attached data sheet),
additional requirement of NACE, MR-01-75 and Annexure-1 of Spec.
No. 2004 attached elsewhere in the bid package shall also be met.

13)

Nozzles shall be self reinforced type for vessel where shell thickness is
50 mm or above.

6.5

Skid
The skid shall be designed and built to ensure that all the equipment along with
accessories, panel and piping are mounted suitably for convenient operation.
The skid shall be designed and built in accordance with the attached
Specification 5100P. All welding shall be in accordance with the attached
Specification No. 2009F.

7.0

F G CONDITIONER PACKAGE DESIGN

A Base plate shall be provided for the F G Conditioner Package. The


minimum design and structural requirements for package shall be in
accordance with the Project Specification for Packaged Equipment.
The Contractor shall be responsible for the design of the Base Plate to
ensure it does not wrap during lifting operations. The Package shall be
mounted flush on the deck and be designed to be seal welded to the Platform
deck.
The Contractor shall provide drains both open and closed, within the
Package base and these shall be piped to the Package edge. Open drains
shall be covered with a removable grating.

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The Package shall be designed for a single-point lift. The Contractor shall
supply one set of certified lifting slings and spreader bars suitable for lifting
Base-plates. Design details for a spreader bars or frames for lifting the
Package shall be supplied.
The Package shall support all the equipment and instrumentation necessary
to make the F G Conditioner Equipment operational.
The Contractor shall provide the necessary data required for structural
dynamic and static analysis of the deck support steel. This information shall
include but not be limited to the following:
Package weights and center of gravity at dry operating condition
Operating speeds for all rotating pieces of equipment.
The Contractor shall submit a set of dimensional general arrangement

drawings of their proposed Package with the Tender. The drawings shall
display anticipated Package dimensions, weights, general item layouts and
interconnection orientations.
8.0
8.1

INSPECTION, TESTING AND CERTIFICATION


General
The responsibility for inspection and testing rests with the Contractor. The
Company reserves the right to inspect at any reasonable time during
fabrication of the equipment and to witness all hydrostatic, mechanical and
performance tests. Contractor shall give minimum 15 days prior intimation
regarding test schedule.

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-Tests shall be carried out as per applicable codes and standards. Test
certificates shall be submitted for companys approval.
-During inspection by companys authorized representative, material
certificates, shop test data, certification for bought out components and other
relevant information shall be furnished so as to ascertain that the
specifications and quality are complied with.
8.2

Quality Assurance
The Contractor shall demonstrate that they operate a quality system in
accordance with an acceptable international standard.
The Contractor shall submit a quality control plan for the review of
company at the time of tender. The Contractor shall provide necessary
facilities and cooperate with Company and statutory authority inspectors
during manufacturing, assembly and testing.

8.3

Shop Inspection and Testing


All the F G Conditioning System equipment required to meet the design
conditions as stated herein shall be completely assembled and "function
tested" at the Contractor's shop in accordance with these specifications.
The Contractor shall submit for review and approval by the purchaser an
Inspection and test Plan (ITP) covering all relevant components, completed
equipment and systems.

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For the purpose of testing, the F G Conditioner System shall be tested at the
point of manufacture and the complete packages shall be supplied under the
Contract.
The entire F G Conditioner System shall be tested functionally (no load) in
the completed assembled configuration.
A dimensional check of the Package assembly and components shall be
performed for compliance with approved drawings.
A detailed test procedure of shop tests shall be submitted at least one (1)
month in advance of any testing and shall be approved by the Company.
The Company's final acceptance of the equipment will be subject to a
performance test once the equipment has been installed and commissioned
offshore.

8.4

Hydrostatic tests
All Pressure Vessels shall be tested as described in the Project Specification
for Pressure Vessels.
All the pressure containing parts shall be hydrostatically tested to 1.3 times
the respective design pressure for a minimum period of one (1) hour.
Chloride ion content in water during hydro testing shall not exceed 50 ppm
by volume and the water temperature shall be maintained between 16 and
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25 C.
Vessels shall be drained and thoroughly dried after hydrostatic tests have
been completed.
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Material and Welding Inspection


Non-destructive materials tests and pressure testing shall be in accordance
with the ASME Section VIII, Division 1 and project specification for
Pressure Vessels and for Piping Fabrication. The tests shall be witnessed and
approved by an inspector representing the Purchaser.
All but welds shall be 100% examined by radiography and pressure
retaining fillet welds shall be 100% examined by magnetic particle. Should
radiography prove impractical, 100% ultrasonic inspection shall be
permitted with the approval of the Company.
The final non-destructive examination of welds for acceptance purposes
shall be carried out after completion of PWHT, where applicable. At the
manufacturer's option, radiography may be performed before PWHT, in
which case an ultrasonic examination shall be performed after PWHT for

acceptance purposes.
All structural welds shall be tested in accordance with GS for Structural
Welding and Inspection for Offshore Platforms.
All Package and vessel pad eyes shall require 100% NDT.
Radiographic, ultrasonic, magnetic particle or liquid penetrant inspection of
welds shall be in accordance with the ASME/ASTM specification listed in
the Table below:
Material Inspection Methods & Acceptance Criteria
Examination
Type
Ultrasonic
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Section V Article 5

Division 1 Appendix 12

ASME
Section V

ASME Code Section VIII


Division 1 UW 51

Code

Article 2
Magnetic
Particle
Inspection

ASME E709

Liquid
Penetrant

ASME
Section V

ASME Code Section VIII


Division 1 Appendix 6
Code

ASME Code Section VIII


Division 1 Appendix 8

Article 6

All non-destructive testing shall be performed by a third party approved and


accredited Non-Destructive Testing (NDT) inspection organization.
Full traceability of all material components (to material certificates) is
required.

Full traceability of all welds is required. The contractor shall provide a weld
map with full traceability to individual weld numbers. The traceable data
shall include NDT reports, welding procedure and welder number.
All vessels shall be ASME code stamped. The heat exchangers shall be
listed as per TEMA-R Spec. No. 5003 API-661, ASME Sec VIII, Div.1 and
attached specifications. All heat exchangers shall be ASME code stamped.

9.0

warranty
Vendor shall have final and total responsibility for the design and mechanical
performance of all equipment supplied under this specification. Vendor shall

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warrant the equipment furnished by him and the performance of the said
equipment in accordance with this specification.
10.0
10.1

SPARE PARTS & TOOLS


Spare Parts
The Contractor shall provide with their Tender a recommended spare parts
list to cover the commissioning and start-up, and the first year's operation
and maintenance for all the Equipment that comprises the F G Conditioning
System. When preparing recommended spare parts lists the Contractor shall
follow the Equipment manufacturer's recommendations. The contractor shall
provide these spares.
All spare parts furnished by the Contractor shall be wrapped and packaged
to preserve original as new condition under normal conditions of storage
anticipated in India. The same parts shall be appropriately tagged using

stainless steel tags and coded so that later identification as to their intended
equipment usage will be facilitated. All items supplied shall be packaged
separately and clearly marked as "Spare Parts" and shipped along with the
equipment in accordance with the instructions from the Company. Packing
lists shall be furnished complete and in detail so that parts can be handled
without uncrating, should this be required. Start up spares shall be packed
and identified separately.
Recommended spare should take into account related factors of equipment
reliability, effect of equipment downtime upon production and safety, cost of
parts and availability of equipment Facilities.

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10.2 Special Tools


The Contractor shall provide a list of any special tools required for the
erection, operation and maintenance of the equipment with their Tender.
The Contractor shall furnish two (2) sets of special tools. Prior to shipment
each special tool shall be tagged with stainless steel tag detailing its
description and where it is to be used.
11.0

CONTRACTOR DATA REQUIREMENT


The Contractor shall furnish data for review and approval in accordance
with this specification.
In addition to providing completed data Sheets the Contractor shall also
provide the following data with their Tender:

Preliminary Package Layout Drawings

Utility Requirements

Availability and Reliability Estimates

Data Sheets for all major items of Equipment

Sizing Variables/ Process design calculations

Details of Thyristor Control System for heaters

Descriptive process Information

Process Flow Diagram/P&IDs/Heat and Material Balance(s)

Proposed Pipe Stress Analysis Computer program

10

Quality Assurance Program

11

Special Tools List

12

Recommended Spare Parts List

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In addition Contractor shall submit detailed design information including


design details for the following items as part of its proposal. This
information will be used as part of the proposal evaluation.
1

Mass and Energy Balances

Instrument Index

Deck space requirement for each separably installed component

Weight and Centre of Gravities for each separably installed component

Maintenance access space required around each such separable portion


of the work.

Package hard point positions and design criteria, including all


alternatives acceptable to Contractor

Vessel nozzle sizes, orientations and locations

Locations and sizes of all electrical, control and piping connections to

the package and each separately mounted portion


9

Detailed power requirements specification with heat output

10 Approximate number of spare I/O.


11 Quantitative list of consumables and components required for normal
operation per annum.
12 Quantity, specification and indicative pricing of the consumables
required for the first fill and also for the second fill of all fluids which
are required to be changed out following commissioning.
13 As built drawings, inspection and test reports, operation
manual and other relevant documents, shall be
submitted as a part of Equipment Data Book.

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12.1

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CONDITIONING SKID

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CORROSION PROTECTION AND PREPARATION FOR SHIPMENT


Painting and Protective Coating
Painting and protective coating and the procedures for preparation for
painting shall be as specified in the project specification for Protective
Coating for Offshore Structure and facilities.

12.2

Preparation for Shipment


Prior to shipment, all instrumentation and other equipment vulnerable to
damage shall be disassembled and boxed separately for shipment.

All items shall be adequately packed and protected against damage during
shipment. Each crate, bag or packages shall be clearly identified with the
purchase order number and identification symbol, and shall be securely
fastened to the Package Base.

Exposed machined surfaces shall be coated with an easily removable rust


preventative.
All flanged openings shall be protected with steel plate covers attached by
proper bolting and sealed with plastic compound.
All electrical control enclosures shall be appropriately plugged at entries and
loaded with silica gel bags.
Screwed connections shall be protected with threaded forged steel plugs.

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Contractor shall state in the proposals his recommendations for long term
storage (up to 12 months) for both indoor and open air storage in a marine
environment.
Each item of equipment shall be checked for its suitability to resist a
horizontal force of 0.7 g (6.9 m./s2), in any direction and vertical force
of 1.0 + 0.2 g (9.8 m/s2) during sea transportation. Where equipment
is not adequate, brackets for attaching sea fastenings shall be provided by
the
Contractor.
The Contractor shall include these loads as an occasional load case in all
calculations for, but not limited to, Vessels, Vessel supports, Bases, Piping
stress analysis.
Where specific calculations are required for transport cradles etc., the
Contractor shall submit to the Company for approval.
The offered equipment along with their accessories shall be shipped
packed in wooden crates. They shall be wrapped with polyethylene sheets,

before being placed in the crates to prevent damage to finish. Crates shall
have skid bottom for handling.

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CONDITIONING SKID

Rev. Date
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SPEC. No.

FS 5095

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Page: 42

ATTACHMENTS
The following attachments form part of this specification :

13.1

General Specifications

13.2

DATA SHEETS

13.2.1

13.2.2

- Fuel gas Composition (1 sht)

13.3

DRAWINGS
-

13.1

Fuel Gas Conditioning Unit Process Data (4 shts)

P & I Diagram

Specifications :

: 7036-ODS-A1-119

5100P - Skid Mounted Assemblies


2004A - Piping Materials and Design
2004B - Piping Fabrication and Installation
4017 2005 -

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Electrical for Skid-Mounted Equipment


Protective Coating for Offshore Structures and Facilities

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CONDITIONING SKID

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F G CONDITIONER PROCESS DATA SHEET

1 Skid located on : BCP-B Platform (Cellar deck level)

Nos. Reqd.

One unit

Inlet Conditions
3

Capacity

Minimum 16500 kg/hr of fuel gas &


shall meet the requirements of gas
turbine vendors and purge gas.

Feed to Fuel gas Conditioning


Unit

i) From Dehydration outlet of BPB


ii) From new Booster Comp.
discharge header

Outlet Conditions
5

Fuel gas Pressure and temperature

Quality Requirement

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: i)

: Operating pressure 29 to 31
Kg/cm2 g required at the Skid
battery limit and 45 Deg C or 20
Deg
super
heat
whichever is controlling

Scrubber shall remove 99.9% of all


liquid droplets of 10 micron and
higher size

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FUEL GAS
CONDITI
ONING

Elect

Page: 44

ii) Filter shall remove 95% of


particles of 5 micron and above
7.0

Design Conditions
Pressure
Temperature

8.0

9.0

Major Equipment involved :


10.0

Reference
P&ID Drg.
No.
Area
Classificat
ion

11.0

Utilities
Available :

i)

Instrument air

ii)

Utility air

iii)

Electric power

1: 35 Kg/cm g
2:150 Deg C
1)

Scrubber (V-51000)
ii) Filters (F-51100 A/B)
3)
4)

Super heater(E-51200 A/B)


Pre heater ( E-51300)

Group-D,
temperatur
e ClassT3,
Division2,
hazardous
area
classified
as
per
API-RP500B.

7036-ODS-A1-119

: The equipment will be located within Class-1,

5.5 to 9.0
Kg/cm2g (clean

and dry)
2

6 to 9 Kg/cm g
415V a 5%, 3
phase, 50 Hz A 3%
240v A5%, 1
phase, 50 Hz A3%
110V 5%, 1
phase, 50 Hz 3%
24V A5%, D.C. for
instruments.

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12.0

Utility Water
Guaranteed design life

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14.0

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8 to 10 Kg/cm g
Shall be 25 years

:
:

Material of construction
-

Rev No
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Shell, Dished ends

SA-516, Gr. 60 (Incolloy cladding)

Nozzles

SA-106, Gr. B (Incolloy cladding)

Flanges

SA-105

Bolting

ASTM A 453 GR 660 CL A

Self Reinforced Nozzles

SA-105 (Incolloy cladding)

Mat. of const of internals

15.0 Allowable pressure drop


in filter is

:
:

Shall be DSS complying with NACEMR-01-75 (latest edition).


2

0.35 kg/cm

Notes:
1.

For typical fuel gas composition, refer to the composition given below.
However, gas M.W. may vary from 20 to 23.

2.

Vendor shall provide skin temperature thermo couples for cut off of
electrical heating element.

3.

The skin temperature of heating element shall not exceed 80% of the
ignition temperature of fuel gas being heated.

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4.

Material of construction of shell shall be NACE carbon steel with Incolloy


cladding complying with the requirements of latest revision of Spec.
NACE-MR-01-75. MOC for vessel internal shall be of DSS.

5.

Actual requirement of degree of superheat shall be based on vendor (fuel


gas consumers) information. Same shall be met by contractor.

Sizings of all equipment shall be firmed-up by the Contractor based on his


process/system design, subject to the approval of the Company.

Vendor shall furnish with his proposal sufficient descriptive information


and proposed skid layout to enable the Company to evaluate equipment
sizes, performance, capacity, specification and quality adherence.

In view of sour gas service, all carbon steel materials shall meet the
requirements on NACE, MR-01-75 and Annexure I to Specification No.
2004.

Heat tracing shall be provided as per P&ID/Process requirement. All level


instruments connections & tubing on F.G. scrubber shall be electrically
traced and insulated.

10

Vendor shall carryout the process simulations for establishing the


followings :
1)

Weighted properties (heat transfer properties) at inlet to fuel gas


superheater and preheater.

2)

Gas quality requirements such as


1)
2)

Dew point at various operating condition.


Hydrate formation and Condensate at filter and Scrubber.

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CONDITIONING SKID

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TYPICAL DEHYDRATED GAS COMPOSITION (FEED TO FGC)


COMPONENT

MOLF %

C1

77.263

C2

7.526

C3

5.419

I-C4

0.904

N-C4

1.178

I-C5

0.288

N-C5

0.288

N-C6

0.062

CO2

6.822

N2

0.135

H2 S

0.115

Calorific Value of feed gas ( CVN : 9262 kcal/SM3

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