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REVISION TITLE

M. Ion
M. Secchiaroli
M. Secchiaroli W. Ricciatti
ENE Prep.

ENE Check.

F. Cilia
F. Cilia
ENE App.

TTopco
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INDEX
1

INTRODUCTION ..........................................................................................................................3
1.1
Scope of Document ...............................................................................................................3
1.2
Definitions ..............................................................................................................................3
1.3
Unit of Measurement .............................................................................................................4
1.4
Reference Documents ...........................................................................................................4
1.4.1
Contractual Documents ..................................................................................................4
1.4.2
Project Deliverables ........................................................................................................4
1.4.3
CPF Phase I Documentation ..........................................................................................4
1.5
Acronyms and Abbreviations .................................................................................................5
2 PROJECT DESCRIPTION ............................................................................................................6
2.1
Field Development Phases ....................................................................................................6
2.2
Existing Installations ..............................................................................................................6
2.3
New CPF Phase II .................................................................................................................7
2.4
Project Battery Limits .............................................................................................................9
3 DESIGN DATA ...........................................................................................................................10
3.1
Ambient Conditions..............................................................................................................10
3.2
Geothecnical soil investigation .............................................................................................12
3.3
Seismic data ........................................................................................................................12
3.4
Product Characteristics ........................................................................................................12
3.4.1
Reservoir Fluid Composition .........................................................................................12
3.4.2
Crude Oil Rheology ......................................................................................................14
3.4.3
Associated Water Analysis ...........................................................................................14
3.5
Requested Plant Performances and Capacities ...................................................................17
3.5.1
Design Rates ................................................................................................................17
3.5.2
Storage Capacity ..........................................................................................................17
3.5.3
Product Specifications ..................................................................................................17
3.6
Operating Conditions and Constraints at Battery Limit .........................................................18
3.6.1
Streams from Production Wells.....................................................................................18
3.6.2
Disposal Water Wells ....................................................................................................18
3.6.3
Delivery at Export Trunk Line ........................................................................................19
3.7
Design Life...........................................................................................................................19
3.8
Noise ...................................................................................................................................19

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INTRODUCTION
Scope of Document
This document summarises the basic design data, including operating and design
constraints at battery limits and required plant performance, which shall be used for
the FEED and the subsequent Detailed Engineering phase of the Project.
The majority of information and data of this design specification, especially those of
a key importance, have been collected from the TD, while for those that were not
addressed by Contract (however of a secondary relevance) assumptions have been
made by Engineering; these, which are clearly highlighted in the document, shall be
considered as approved by Company, and thus valid for design, once that this
document has reached the final status.

1.2

Definitions
The following definitions will be used in the document without the needs of any
further explanation:
Company:

means Taq Taq Operating Company LTD (TTopco) is


the Owner and Operator of the Taq Taq Central
Processing Facilities.

Project:

means the Taq Taq Central Processing Facilities


Phase II Development.

Job:

means the present commitment for the FEED for Taq


Taq Central Processing Facilities Phase II
Development.

FEED Contractor:

means Enereco Spa the Engineering Firm awarded by


the Company for the Job.

Contractor:

means the Company that will be awarded with the EPC


Contract for the Project.

Vendor / Supplier

means any third party involved in the supply of


equipment, packages and any kinds of god for the
Original Project or for future upgrades and
modifications.

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Unit of Measurement
Basically the SI units shall be used for the Project; however, being more familiar in
the field, for pressure, flow rates and temperature the Imperial Units could also be
adopted (reported in brackets beside the SI value), as listed below:
Temperature:
Pressure:
Liquid flow:
Gas Flow:

F
psia/psig
bbld
MMSCFD

As an exception nominal diameter of pipes will be expressed only in inches.


1.4

Reference Documents

1.4.1 Contractual Documents


Ref.

Doc. No.

Title
Tender Document for CPF Phase II

Rev./Date

[1]

[2]

F-1042

PVT Blackoil Study (by Weatherford Laboratories)

Rev. 01
08/03/2011
th
30 Dec 2010

[3]

Taq Taq Initial Water-in-Oil Emulsion Study Report

Rev 00. April 2011

[4]

Produced Fluids Emulsion Problem Summary

[5]

Surface Disposed Emulsion/Sludge


Management/Treatment Plan

[6]

Soil Investigation for Factory Marble

Rev 00.
th
5 September
2011
Rev 00.
th
9 September
2011
May 2006

[7]

Ambellia Consultancy
document

"Taq Taq Water Injection Study" Section 3 "Taq


Taq Formation & Produced Water"

[8]

11-TT-CPF-05

CPF-2 Area Topographical Map.pdf

Rev 01
January 2011
th
8 October 2011

[9]

Mail from TTOPCO to Enereco

CPF Ph II Design Capacity

17 October 2011

th

1.4.2 Project Deliverables

Ref.

Doc. No.

[10] 11J01834-GEN-SP-000-002
[
[11] 11J01834-PRO-SP-000-002
[

Title
Local Regulations, Company Standards and
International Codes Applicable for the Project
Reservoir Fluid Characterization Study

Rev.
Latest

1.4.3 CPF Phase I Documentation


Ref.

Doc. No.

Title

[12] -

CPF Ph I - Design Data Book vol. 1

[13] -

CPF Ph I - Design Data Book vol. 2

[14]

CPF Ph I - Design Data Book vol. 3

[15] P08-1017-I-SK-0001
[16] P08-1017-I-SP-0050

Control System Architecture;

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P08-1017-E-DW-15211530
[18]
P08-1017-E-DW-15411548
[19]
P08-1017-E-DW-15611569
[20]
P08-1017-E-DW-15811582

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CSS/PCS Marshalling
Terminal Board;
CSS/PCS Marshalling
Terminal Board;
CSS/PCS Marshalling
Terminal Board;
CSS/PCS Marshalling
Terminal Board.

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Cabinet, Discrete

Input

Cabinet, Discrete Output


Cabinet, Analogue Input
Cabinet, Analogue Output

Acronyms and Abbreviations


a.s.l
BS&W
CFD
CPF
CPI
CV
d/s
DCS
EPIC
F&G
GOR
H&M
HMI
KO
MCC
MTD
MW
N/A
PABX
PA/GA
PFD
PSV
PVT
RVP
SoW
TLS
UPS
u/s
WC
WHFP
WHFT

above sea level


Base Sediment and Water
Computational Fluid Dynamic
Central Processing Facilities
Corrugated Plate Interceptor
Control Valve
Downstream
Distributed Control System
Engineering, Procurement, Installation and Commissioning
Fire and Gas
Gas and Oil Ratio
Heat and Material
Human Machine Interface
Knock Out
Motor Control Centre
Minimum Turn Down
Molecular Weight
Not applicable
Private Automatic Branch eXchange
Public Address/General Alarm
Process Flow Diagram
Pressure Safety Valve
Pressure-Volume-Temperature
Reid Vapour Pressure
Scope of Work
Truck Loading System
Uninterruptible Power Supply
Upstream
Water Cut
Wellhead Flowing Pressure
Wellhead Flowing Temperature

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PROJECT DESCRIPTION
Field Development Phases
Taq Taq Operating Company Limited (TTOPCO) is the Operator of the Taq Taq
Development Block in Kurdistan Region of Northern Iraq. The field is located
approximately 85 km by road from Erbil the capital of Kurdistan Region of Iraq, and
some 125 km by road from Suleimaniyah.
To date a number of producing wells have been drilled and tested by TTOPCO on
the Taq Taq Development Block with current production from the first phase of
development (i.e. through the CPF Phase I, see picture below) averaging 60,000
bbld, confirming its potential as a world class oilfield.

The Taq Taq Oilfield is now going to be developed over a number of phases, one of
which is the realization of CPF Phase II providing a second processing facility
adjacent to the existing CPF Phase I.
2.2

Existing Installations
The existing installations consist of three (3) main facilities:
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CPF Phase I (formerly the Early Production Facility);


A 9 km long, ND 16 export pipeline;
A Tanker Loading Station (TLS).

The CPF Phase I consists of two production trains of 30,000 bbld capacity each,
complete with production and test manifolds, production separators, crude heater
and crude/crude heat exchanger, crude stabilization tower (for oil sweetening and
RVP adjustment purpose), H2S sweetening unit on the gas streams, fuel gas system
for gas engine generators and hot oil heater, flare system, crude booster pumps for
pumping stabilized crude to product tanks and product tankage, and the necessary
utility systems. It is COMPANYs intention to implement the following modifications

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to the existing Phase I facilities, which will be carried out by others and therefore
does not form part of FEED SoW:
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Install crude coolers on the oil stream to storage tanks;


Install condensate recovery system on flare gas stream;
Install bypass and control system on the economizer heat exchanger upstream
the crude oil heater;
Upgrade the crude oil stripper column internals and controls.

The export pipeline is used to transfer the produced oil from existing CPF to the
Tanker Loading Station (TLS).
It is adequate to cater for both the Phase I and Phase II crude export capacity, and
therefore does not require any modification.
The Tanker Loading Station (TLS) is complete with two crude storage tanks, 8
truck loading arms and 3 weighbridges, and is sufficient for approximately 65,000
bbld of oil delivery by road transportation through tanker truck.
COMPANY intends to upgrade the existing TLS to cater for the future expansion of
the central processing facilities complex, however this work will be carried out by
others and is not part of this Scope of Work.
2.3

New CPF Phase II


The CPF Phase II shall be designed to process and deliver 90,000 bbld of export
crude from well fluids with an anticipated maximum water-cut of 30 %. The facilities
shall be capable of turndown to process minimum flow of 11,250 bbld of total well
fluids.
It is COMPANYs intention that the new CPF Phase II shall be of a similar process
design to the existing Phase I, properly improved to prevent/avoid problems and
troubles affecting the CPF Phase I. In particular FEEDs attention is drawn to the
crude oil sweetening and the gas stream sweetening system which evaluation shall
include alternative processes for H2S extraction/removal. In addition FEED shall
investigate and evaluate the flare system based on a minimum flaring policy of
COMPANY.
It is COMPANYs intention to locate the new CPF adjacent to the existing CPF
Phase I; however the new plant shall be designed to be operated totally segregated
from the existing one, with independent and dedicated utility and service systems
which shall be provided as necessary for the safe and efficient operation of the new
plant.
The following provisions shall be considered when developing the FEED of CPF
Phase II:
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The new facilities shall consider expansion of the existing inlet manifold to
accommodate eight (8) new producing wells, and provide for interconnection with
the existing test and production header and future production manifolds.
The SoW shall include the construction of a new control room building. . Phase
II MCC shall be located in same building as the control room or in a separate
building.The new control room building shall be designed with additional space to
accommodate the control system apparatus required for CPF Phase I monitoring
and control.

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Design shall consider the provision of power generation for the new facilities. A
study may be requested at the early stages of the FEED to establish the
feasibility of an independent, centralised power generation facility for the Taq
Taq Field to cater for both the existing and planned future power requirements.
Based on FEEDs recommendation, COMPANY may elect to establish a new
power generation facility to serve both the existing and new facilities.
Oil processing system shall design to minimize hydrocarbon losses to the flare
and make provision for condensate recovery on the flare and vent gases. Design
shall consider the installation of air coolers on oil lines to storage, if and as
necessary, to avoid flash of oil into the tanks to minimize shrinkage factor.
Mist extractors, if and as necessary, shall be considered on gas outlet from
vessels handling gas streams to ensure that typically 90 % of droplets above 100
micron size are caught in the vessels.
Design shall consider electrostatic coalescer or other type of equipment to
counter emulsion issues.
FEED SoW shall include the design of a produced water treatment unit for the
processing of produced water from new installations and to treat also the
produced water from CPF Phase I, as agreed during site survey of the first week
Oct 2011: the system shall be designed considering the maximum water Cut and
the Wash Water amount. However it is to be considered that initial production
has low or no water cut, so that the system shall be composed by two trains
working in parallel to allow suitability to operate even with low quantities of water,
moreover the second train shall be installed later.
It is highlighted that at very low water production rate, the water treatment
system will work on a "batch" philosophy.
Design of the produced water treatment system shall also consider the treatment
and disposal of sludge.
CPF Phase II shall include three (3) crude storage tanks of 60,000 bbl capacity
each, located adjacent to the existing crude storage tanks area.

Relocation/Integration of existing control system


The CPF Phase I control system is difficult to operate and maintain and affected by
reliability problems. Company and FEED Contractor agree the following FEED
approach to the relocation /integration between existing and new control system:
- the size of the existing control system (I/O summary) shall be estimated on the
basis of ref. docs [17] to [19];
- the main features of the existing control system I/O shall be defined on the basis
of ref. docs [17] to [19];
- the CPF Phase II new control and safety systems shall be sized to
accommodate/manage the additional points defined above. Where applicable,
the CPF Phase I I/O points shall be managed according to ref. [16];
- The CPF Phase II new control and safety systems shall be sized to
accommodate and manage the additional I/O points of the existing CPF Phase I
control system. It shall be defined during FEED whether the CPF Phase II new
control and safety systems shall acquire the CPF Phase I points by remote I/O
units located inside a new LER (close to the existing MCC room or),
alternatively, marshalling cabinets shall be installed in the new cabinet room
inside the new control building.
- the CPF Phase II new control and safety system shall have additional HMIs,
data storage facilities etc so that all the plant (existing and new) shall be
operated from the new control room;
- no relocation of existing HMIs in the new control room is required;

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further analysis of CPF Phase I I/O, as well as switch over philosophy shall be
carried out by Contractor.

Upgrade of existing F&G system


No upgrade of the existing F&G detection system is required. No interface to existing
F&G detection system shall be considered. A totally independent F&G detection
system shall be designed for CPF Phase II, to cover field and buildings.
Telecommunication
No upgrade of the existing telecom system is required. No interface to existing
telecom system shall be considered. A totally independent telecom system shall be
designed for CPF Phase II, mainly consisting in a PA/GA system and a PABX
system.
Power supply for telecom system shall be through new UPS.

2.4

Project Battery Limits


The battery limits specified below shall be considered for the Project.
Process and Piping:
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Connection slots for production flowlines at plant manifold


Tie-in point with existing inlet manifold
Tie-in point with existing export pipeline to TLS
Tie-in point with existing produced water line
Connection slots for water disposal flowlines at plant manifold
Tie-in point with utility water supply system
Tie-in point with existing sanitary water distribution network

Electrical:
-

N/A electrical system of the new CPF II will be independent from the existing
facilities (i.e. CPF I and Camp).

Instrumentation:
Tie-in points shall be finalized to incorporate the existing field instrumentation into the new
CPF phase II DCS.
Tie-ins shall consist in intercepting the existing multicore cables close to the existing MCC
room and to reroute (and prolong if necessary) them to the new marshalling cabinets.
Civil:
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CPF Phase II fenced area

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DESIGN DATA
Ambient Conditions
The following ambient conditions have been reported in the TD:
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Site elevation
CPF I (existing)
CPF II (new)
Max. air temperature:
Min. air temperature:
Design air temperature for equipment design:
Fire water Pumps, Emergency generators
Others equipment
Average air temperature:
Relative humidity:
Max annual precipitation:
Max monthly precipitation:
Max hourly precipitation;
Maximum solar radiation:
Max. surface temperature (exposed to sun):
Maximum Wind speed:
Design Wind speed for structures:
Prevailing wind direction:
Soil Resistivity Data
Sandstorm
Lightning

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637 a.s.l.
633 a.s.l.
48.9 C (120 F)
-5 C (28 F)
55 C
45 C
22.8 C (73 F)
11% - 79%
772 mm (30.4 inches)
498 mm (19.6 inches)
80 mm
632 W/m2 (200 Btu/hft2)
80 C (176 F)
31.9 m/s (114.8 km/h)
44.4 m/s (160 km/h)
SSE (HOLD- COMPANY to confirm)
55 Ohm * m
frequent
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Table 3-1 Kirkuk Station Climatic Summary

Data from "NNDC Climate On line - Surface Data, Monthly Global (DS3500)"

Figure 3-1 Wind Rose Kirkuk


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Geotechnical soil investigation


According to the report for in-site investigation Soil Investigation for Factory Marrble (for existing
plant), a soil having the following geotechnical characteristics will be considered.
The uppermost ground layer can be divided into two main types:
- Sandstone;
- Claystone or sometimes hard clay.
The water table was not encountered inside any of the boring point.
Geotechnical data:

Soil unit weight

= 16.0 kN/m3

Shear friction angle

= not indicated

Effective cohesion

c'

= not indicated

Friction coefficient Soil-Concrete

tan ()

= not indicated

Modulus of subgrade reaction

(Ks)

= 19000 kN/m3

Bearing capacity

sD

= 160 kPa

Its recommended to place footings at a sufficient depth of 1,20 m or more.


3.3

Seismic data
As per vol.1 Design Data Book seismic load is calculated in accordance with UBC 1997:

3.4

Zone

= UBC 3

Soil type

= Sc (table 16-J Very dense soil and soft rock);

Seismic zone factor (Z)

= 0.30 (as per client indication)

Seismic coefficient (Ca)

= 0.33 (Table 16-Q);

Seismic coefficient (Cv)

= 0.45 (Table 16-R);

Importance factor (I)

= 1.25 (table 16-K).

Product Characteristics

3.4.1 Reservoir Fluid Composition


The reservoir fluid composition reported below, which have been derived from the
PVT study carried out on samples dated October 2010 (ref. Weatherford
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Laboratories Doc. No. F-1042 dated 30 December 2010, [2]), shall be used for the
design of new oil processing facilities.
Component
Nitrogen
H2S
CO2
Methane
Ethane
Propane
i-Butane
n-Butane
i-Pentane
n-Pentane
C6
C7
C8
C9
C10
C11
C12
C13
C14
C15
C16
C17
C18
C19
C20
C21
C22
C23
C24
C25
C26
C27
C28
C29
C30
C31
C32
C33
C34
C35
C36+
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Reservoir Composition
Mole Fraction (%)
Mass Fraction (%)
0.126
0.025
0.107
0.026
0.227
0.071
2.155
0.245
0.631
0.134
1.178
0.368
1.137
0.468
3.124
1.286
4.420
2.258
6.062
3.097
11.939
7.101
11.251
7.648
10.549
7.993
7.973
6.831
4.089
3.880
5.564
5.792
4.394
5.010
3.598
4.458
2.929
3.941
2.595
3.786
2.094
3.292
1.769
2.969
1.504
2.673
1.337
2.490
1.180
2.297
1.032
2.127
0.849
1.834
0.709
1.596
0.618
1.449
0.536
1.309
0.483
1.227
0.431
1.140
0.386
1.061
0.352
1.002
0.315
0.927
0.288
0.877
0.270
0.850
0.242
0.784
0.233
0.779
0.212
0.731
1.111
4.169
100.0
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GOR will be constant through field life.


Further details and concerns on characterization of reservoir fluid are resumed in the
Project Doc. No. 11J01834-PRO-CA-000-001.
3.4.2 Crude Oil Rheology
Other than standard gravity, the TD did not provide rheological data for crude oil. No
others information are included in the documentation transmitted by Company; it is
suggested to proceed with the CPF design considering the following values:
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Oil standard gravity (Note 1):


Oil viscosity (Note 2):

Pour point (Note 2):

0.78 at 0 psig and 15.5 C (60 F)


1.7 cSt at 37.8 C (100 F)
1.4 cSt at 50 C (122 F)
lower than -42 C (-43.6F)

Note: (1) Value given in TD, also in compliance with that of the PVT study (ref. [2])
(2) Contractual values for CPF Phase I
3.4.3 Associated Water Analysis
Associated Water characteristics shall be based on "Ambellia Consultancy"
document "Taq Taq Water Injection Study Section 3-Taq Taq Formation & Produced
Water" (Rev 01- January 2011)
Standard Gravity
Total Dissolved Solids
Ph
Conductivity @ 20C
Total (oil free) suspended solids (TSS)
Suspended Solid Standard Gravity

1
1,295 mg/l
6.9
2,014 mS/cm
15 mg/l
2.7

(note 1)
(note 1)
(note 1)
(note 1)
(note 2) HOLD
(note 3)

Notes:
1) Based on sample results reported in table 3.2.1 of the above mentioned Ambellia
study and down reported.
2) Based on "predictions" reported in table 3.3.1 of the above mentioned Ambellia
study and down reported. HOLD: TO BE CONFIRMED BY FURTHER TESTS
RESULTS
3) Based on Sample analysis of water from Oil Storage Tank EPF T-103

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Requested Plant Performances and Capacities

3.5.1 Design Rates


As per TD, the following design rates shall be considered for the new facilities:
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On-spec crude production rate:


Associated water design rate:
Min. turndown (oil processing plant):
CPF Phase II oil export rate:
CPF Phase II water treatment rate:

90,000 bbld at STD condition (note 2)


38,600 bbld at STD condition (Note 1)
11,250 bbld
90,000 bbld (Note 3)
45,000 bbld (Note 4)

Notes:
(1) Corresponding to a design water-cut of 30.0% or peak field water rate
directed to CPF II
(2) Each separation train sized for 45,000 bbld On-spec crude production
rate at STD condition) + 25,000 bbld of water
(3) Based on continuous export (24h per day) of produced crude. Crude
export is assumed simultaneous to existing export operation from CPF Ph 1.
(4) Based on continuous treatment (24h per day) and calculated considering:
Water rate entering with oil =
25,000 bbld (train 5) +
13,600 bbld (train 6)
Produced water wash rate =
1,896 bbld x 2 trains
Total produced water to storage tank =
42,400 bbld
Requirement rounded to 45,000 bbld

3.5.2 Storage Capacity


The following storage capacities shall be considered for CPF Phase II:
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On-spec crude:
Off-spec crude:
Produced:

No. 3 x 60,000 bbl tanks


20,000 bbl (note 1)
10,000 bbl (note 2)

Notes:
(1) Based on 5 hours of off-spec production one production train.
(2) Based on 8 hours of treated water production at the Water Treatment
System design capacity.

3.5.3 Product Specifications


As per TD, the quality specifications listed below shall be considered for the export
oil and effluent from CPF:
Export Oil:
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less than 0.69 bara (10 psia) (Note 1)


less than 20 ppm wt
less than 0.5%
less than 21lb/1000 bbl
< 0.9 bara (13 psia)

Note: (1) Provided that a certain over-stabilization of crude may be necessary to


meet H2S specifications, selection of oil processing scheme shall consider
the needs of minimizing oil shrinkage.
Disposed Water:
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Oil content:
H2S content:
Solids:
Oxygen content:

No limitation
No constraints other than degassing to atmosphere
Filtered to 80 microns (Nominal)
less than 20 ppb

Gas Emissions to flare:


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H2S and mercaptans :

less than 1.8 kg/h of sulphur (Note 1)

Note: (1) This is a TD request that requires a gas sweetening unit.


Fuel Gas
- H2S:

3.6

less than 4 ppm as per TD

Operating Conditions and Constraints at Battery Limit

3.6.1 Streams from Production Wells


Even though the inlet battery limit for the Project is the production manifold,
operating conditions and constraints for stream from production wells are given at
wellhead, as specified in the TD:
- WHSIPP (Wellhead Shut-In Press.):

48.3 barg (700 psig)

- Maximum Manifold Pressure (d/s chokes):

10 barg (145 psig)

- Inlet manifold temperature:

32.2 C (90 F) to 73.9 C (165 F)


(Note 2)

Note:

(1) Wells initially flow naturally, later electric submersible pumps will be
installed if required.
(2) As verbally instructed by COMPANY.

3.6.2 Disposal Water Wells


The pumping station for the disposal of produced water shall be designed for the
following delivery pressure at plant outlet manifold:
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10 barg (note1).

Note:
(1) at 45,000 bbld flowrate.
3.6.3 Injection pressure
TT09 wellhead injection pressure (note1):

HOLD

Note:
(1) at 38,600 bbld flowrate. Higher flowrate will be handled by placing a
second well on line, whose maximum pressure required will not exceed
TT09 welhead injection pressure

3.6.4 Delivery at Export Trunk Line


- Pressure at tie-in point (Note 1):
1.4 barg (20 psig) (note 2)
Note:
(1) located at the inlet of the trunk line to the tanker loading system.
(1) at the rated export rate of 150,000 bbld. (60,000 CPF Ph I plus 90,000 from
CPF Ph II)
3.7

Design Life
The design life of 25 years shall be considered for CPF Phase II.

3.8

Noise
Equipment sound level shall not exceed 85 dB(A) @ 1 meter.

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APPENDIX

4.1 Dead oil viscosity


With reference to the Oil viscosity considered during the presence FEED development, it has to be
noted that more detailed data have been made available at a later stage.
These latest data have not been considered during the FEED, but shall have to be considered during
the Detail Design.
Latest dead oil viscosity measurement to be considered for detail design

Report Reference
: F-1145
Title : Emulsion / Kinematic Viscosity/Water Analysis/Draft Copy
Fluid Reference : Taq Taq
Sampling Date : 12 October 2011
Report Date : 14 November 2011

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