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Tank Farm

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Reference Code / Standard

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Terms and Definitions

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Abbreviations

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General requirements

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Test / Inspection

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Documentation

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Annexure

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Date: 31-12-2007

File Name: DG-PP-72002-00
Copyright BecRel-All rights reserved

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Tank Farm

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Doc. No : DG-PP-72002

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Purpose
To provide general guidelines and requirement for development of Tank farm layout and
its associated facilities.

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This work instruction describes the procedure and methods to be used for the preparation
of Tank Farm layout and processing of the statutory drawings for the approval of the chief
controller of explosives in India.

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Reference Code / Standard
CCOE Regulations
TAC Rules
OISD –118 / 116
OSHA
SMPV Rules (unfired )
The Petroleum Act
API 12F

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Terms and Definitions
Flame arrester: In the event of lighting or another source of vapor ignition a flame
arrester in the vent line o a storage tank prevents flames from flashing to the vapor inside
the tank.
Floating roof tank: A floating-roof lank is designed to conserve vapor loss and minimize
fire hazard.
Foam: This is a solution with a density lower than that of oil and water It is used to form a
blanket over dangerous vapors and thereby reduce the risk of explosion.
Heaters: These are heat exchangers used inside large storage tanks. They heat viscous
materials using steam, hot water, or gases at high pressure.
Sphere: This spherical vessel is used to store liquids and gases at high pressure.
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Although many such vessels are found within the confines of a process unit. spill containment. and constructabilit y.Tank Farm Page 4 of 36 Doc. most vessels and tanks are located in area commonly referred to as off sites or tank farms. and neighbouring commercial or residential property as well as maintenance. adjacent process units. The two most important factors governing these layouts are safety and economics. topography.0 Abbreviations OISD CCOE TAC OSHA NFPA API − − − − − − Oil Industry Safety Directorate Chief Controller of Explosives. No : DG-PP-72002 Rev. This document discusses the most common types of storage vessels plot plan arrangements. Sleeper: sleepers are steel or concrete supports . 00 Intermediate holding tank: This tank is used for temporarily storing a liquid until it reaches a specified state. wax. operation. pumping and general piping layout Date: 31-12-2007 File Name: DG-PP-72002-00 Copyright BecRel-All rights reserved BecRel Engineering Private Limited . safety considerations. client specifications. 5.0 General requirements 6. Sediment: This sludge accumulates in tank and piping. Any comprehensive design must consider local codes and regulations. Sump: This is the low point wit hin an area used to collect liquids for removal. and mill scale and must he disposed of periodically. located at grade for piping systems commonly found in off sites. at which time it is pumped downstream in a process. It consists of dirt. Nagpur Tariff Advisory Committee Occupational Safety and Health Act National Fire Protection Agency American Petroleum Institute 6.1 Piping Arrangement For Storage Tanks Steel containers are used for storin g liquids in a process plant. Tank farm: A location with many storage tanks is often called a tank farm.

petrochemicals. such as Oil Industry Safety Directorate. and regulations of local jurisdictions. food products and water Another low-pressure storage vessel is the fiatroof tank Floating —Roof Tank The roof of this tank rises and lowers with the stored contents. thereby reducing vapor loss Date: 31-12-2007 File Name: DG-PP-72002-00 Copyright BecRel-All rights reserved BecRel Engineering Private Limited . the Occupational Safety and Health Act. 00 Codes And Regulations The plant layout designer should review codes and regulations of the National Fire Protection Association. chemicals. but compliance does not eliminate-' such hazards as those that occur When . They are intended to reduce % potential hazards to public safety. and the amount to be held.2 Rev.flammable and comb ustible liquids are stored in process facilities.3 Types of Tanks Storage tank come in many shapes and sizes. All NFPA codes are recommended as a basis for legal regulations. Act (OSHA) regulations are personnel access ladders. Chief Controller of Explosives etc. No : DG-PP-72002 6.Tank Farm Page 5 of 36 Doc. and stairways and catwalks Local Codes and Regulations Any documents concerning local codes and regulations should be reviewed before any off site layout is begun 6. Cone —Roof Tank This low-pressure tank is used for countless products. its potential for fire. including petroleum. This section discusses the most common types of vessels found in most process facilities. according to the type of product to be stored. Factory Act The main considerations in the layout of storage facilities that fall under Occupational Safety-and Health.

means must be provided to contain the resulting spills Containment may be a second tank wall around the vessel holding the liquid or a continuous dyke designed to hold all of the liquid stored in the largest tank Dykes may be constructed of earth.Tank Farm Page 6 of 36 Doc. roadways and pumping facilities must be located to suit the terrain Date: 31-12-2007 File Name: DG-PP-72002-00 Copyright BecRel-All rights reserved BecRel Engineering Private Limited . rectangular. Low-Temperature Storage Tank This tank stores liquefied gases at there boiling point. concrete or solid masonry They may be square. No : DG-PP-72002 Rev. propane (-43 7° F). circular or irregular in shapes confirming to the natural terrain around them. Products found in such tanks include ammonia (-28° F). OISD-118 / Petroleum Act should be consulted for matters that concern the dyking of flammable and combustible liquids Another dyke design commonly found in restricted or tight areas is the concrete wall The location of storage tanks often must be within the battery limits of a process unit. Horizontal Pressure Tank (Bullet) Bullet tanks are usually shop-fabricated vessels used to store products under high pressure The heads of these vessels are either elliptical or hemispherical the latter being used when higher pressures are required Sphere Pressure Vessel This sphere is used to store large quantities of liquids and gases under pressure Limited road access to a plant site may make it more advantageous to erect a sphere in the field to store products under pressure 6.4 Spill Containment Because of the real risk of failure of storage tanks and primary piping systems. and earthen dykes are not practical for this application Tanks are often located in sloped or hilly areas where square or rectangular dykes would be impractical The designer should consider using the natural terrain for a group of tanks In addition. 00 and minimizing fire hazard It is commonly found in oil refineries. steel. Dykes may hold one or many tanks.

Developing a layout for buried storage tanks in an existing chemical plant often poses special problems It may not be possible or practical to move existing underground obstructions in the area in which the tank must be located One solution to this problem is to bury the tank above grade in a concrete containment. One method would be to erect a concrete diversion canal. Refer Annexure-8 for General arrangement fo r Catch pit. Pumps. tank capacities fire prevention requirements terrain and adjacent commercial or residential property. 00 When the overall plot plan for a process facility is developed off site storage should be set at a lower eleva tion than the process unit whenever possible This approach provides an additional margin of safety in the event of a major rupture. and all appurtenances must be installed in the roof of the tank. . 6. OISD-118 / Petroleum act will indicate what the designer should consider when grouping several tanks within a single dyke or whether the tanks should be individually dyked because of large capacities There is no simple answer to this layout problem Each plant site is unique.Tank Farm Page 7 of 36 Doc. After the dyking arrangement has been established. Drain valves that are located outside the dyked area usually would be closed but would be opened in the event of a critical spill Sump drain lines discharge into the concrete diversion canal and flow downward to a holding basin. maintenance access. No : DG-PP-72002 Rev. Annexure-18 for typical underground arrangement. Spills that pose a high risk to adjacent facilities must be diverted to a remote holding area. Two other sta irways provide service access to the dykes When initially trying to establish a tank farm 1ayout the designer should consult local codes and regulations Rules for spacing between tanks and all adjacent facilities usually can be found in the latest issue of the industrial risk Insurers “GE Insurance Solutions or in Oil Industry Safety Directorate Rules and Petroleum Act.5 Dyke Access Consideration must be given to providing vehicular and personnel access into dyked areas Personnel access should be by stairways designed according to Factory Act standards A single stairway located at the pump area provides access to a catwalk located on top of the dyke. with different products. there are a few additional factors to plan for The grade sloping away from the tanks to a sump must be determined minor spills Date: 31-12-2007 File Name: DG-PP-72002-00 Copyright BecRel-All rights reserved BecRel Engineering Private Limited .

7 Sizing Tanks And Dykes Development of optimum sizes for tanks and dykes comes through trial and error. as are roof maintenance access openings. Dykes containing multiple tanks are sized to hold the capacity of the largest tank for the dimensions of dykes containing more than one tank. 00 and rainwater may have to be pumped from the sump to a treating pond Dyke heights must also be established on the basis of inventories and available real estate 6. The standard. round opening is a minimum of 0. For safety. Refer Annexure-7 for Nozzle Orientation Tank maintenance includes such activities as internal inspection. and repairs roof supports. Considerations include the availability of real estate. which are convenient for inspections. roof access ladders (or stairways) and side shell and roof maintenance access connections should be located addresses these issues. it is necessary not only to subtract the volume of each tank from the dyke’s capacity but to subtract the volume of the soil in each berm (foundation). large tanks or those that use internal heaters The layout designer must keep the area immediately around access openings free of such obstructions as large pipe supports. and light poles Valve access catwalks shall be provided It is of utmost Importance to give operations personnel adequate access to primary tank valves Consideration must be given to the Date: 31-12-2007 File Name: DG-PP-72002-00 Copyright BecRel-All rights reserved BecRel Engineering Private Limited . It should be noted that stairways are not recommended for tanks whose diameter is less than 4.8 Tank Details After primary liquid-transfer line connections have been located. flat-bottom opening is more commonly used on. No : DG-PP-72002 Rev. Level instruments with internal floats are usually located in this area. the possible use of standard-sized tanks for smaller capacities. 6. and the nature of potential foundation design problems caused by early tank-size selections. Setting entrances to stairway or ladder areas at grade is the most convenient choice for operations personnel. The designer should refer to API 12F for standardized shopfabricated tank sizes. handrails should be added also on the tank roof edge on both sides of the ladder or stairway.460m in diameter. oval-shaped. and cleaning of instruments. The larger. repairs. cleaning. Larger field-fabricated storage tanks must be sized to suit each sizes. piping.Tank Farm Page 8 of 36 Doc. and level instruments.5m & height less than 6m.

No : DG-PP-72002 Rev. Compact soil. providing an air space under the slab This air space helps raise the temperature of the slab during a failure in the primary tank Pumps shall be located outside the dyke Tank outlet piping can either penetrate the dyke or pass over. 00 elevation of all valve hand wheels in relation to the catwalk Adding extension stems to smaller valves will facilitate opening or closing such valves Tank mixers: A tank mixer is another auxiliary piece of equipment found in tanks with highly viscous fluids Adequate area must be provided for removal of tank mixers Tank heater: The heaters co me in various sizes and shapes sufficient unobstructed space must be provided outside access openings to permit removal of heaters Interconnecting Walkways : For storage areas with many small or medium sized tanks.Tank Farm Page 9 of 36 Doc. Layout designers should understand the fundamental nature of each design to optimize piping. Concrete table The civil engineer is responsible for determining the most cost-effective design. For a low-temperature tank foundation design concrete table design is used This particular design employs a concrete slab supported by columns. Refer Annexure – 9. The latter approach would usually be considered if the maximum dyke height were 1. consideration should be given to designing interconnecting catwalks for operator convenience The limiting factor is catwalk length Travel distance to exists in high-hazard industrial occupancies shall not exceed 23m Additional length can be accommodated by adding ladders or stairways. on the basis of available data about soil conditions.8m and if the minimum liquid level in the tank would not cause damaging cavitation in the pump The designer must carefully examine each layout before employing this design The location of an elevated pipe rack or sleeper relative to the pumps should account for plant maintenance philosophy Sleepers permit unobstructed pump access when located between the pump and the dyke wall Pumps pipe racks support discharge piping Date: 31-12-2007 File Name: DG-PP-72002-00 Copyright BecRel-All rights reserved BecRel Engineering Private Limited . stairway and ladder locations without creating problems for cons truction or plant personnel. Refer Annexure – 11 for concrete ring wall. Tank Supports Three common tank support designs are Concrete ring wall.

Tank Farm Page 10 of 36 Doc. must be established Tank nozzles are one such anchor point The second anchor point may be the pump nozzle if line growth is permitted through the dyke or it may be anywhere along the pip ing within the dyke or at the point dyke penetration To minimize the potential for tank spills.2 illustrates piping between tanks and pumps . The seal is used when an insulated line runs through a larger pipe sleeve that must be sealed on the inside of the dyke This design permits minor line movement A stress or support engineer should be consulted when the designer is planning its application.1 & 3. and allo wable stresses distance between tank and first line support can be established Differential settlement can also be caused by tilting of the tank by out-of-plane settlement or by dishing of the tank bottom (which is a result of greater settlement at the center of the tank than at the edge) The optimum piping arrangement in a tank farm. With this configuration. as elsewhere in a process facility. Lines penetrating concrete dyke walls against leakage by using commonly available seals. 6. Prime consideration should be given to providing an ample maintenance area around and above pumps. No : DG-PP-72002 Rev. is the most direct route between two points allowing for normal line expansion and stresses Annexure-3. expansion joints should not be used. To determine where pipes may be supported safely without imposing excessive stress on equipment nozzles.1 & 3.9 Differential Settlement This concern must be addressed early in the layout of any process unit or tank farm The foundation of any process facility will eventually settle or sink to some extent depending on the weight it carries and the condition of the soil. the pump would not be submersed during a spill inside the dyke This configuration enables a close-coupled piping arrangement Providing for differential settlement allows the discharge line to be run to the pipe rack over the dyke wall This approach should be approved by the client. Annexure-3. 00 but limit access to pumps during maintenance.2 shows how to accommodate line expansion between tank nozzles and Date: 31-12-2007 File Name: DG-PP-72002-00 Copyright BecRel-All rights reserved BecRel Engineering Private Limited . subtracting sleeper settlement from tank settlement yields the differential settlement between the two By figuring line size wall thickness. a civil engineer and soil exports must work together to determine how much the foundation is likely to settle. In this design the pump block set at the same elevation as the dyke. or places where piping movement is restricted. Locating pumps inside a concrete dyked wall is common in many process plants.

each sphere should have it own stairway Figure shows an acceptable arrangement of stairway Valves should be installed as close as possible to all nozzles If an above-grade conventional layout is preferred for liquefied natural gas tanks. Annexure-4 In a bullet-tank piping layout tanks are set at the lowest possible elevation to satisfy pump head requirements A catwalk is located across all tanks to provide sufficient access to operating valves and instruments Liquid outlet piping to the pumps should allow for differential settlement and line flexibility. and a primary pipe way that is typical of what might be fo und with in a tank farm Because the primary pipe way is located to the left of the roadway. as shown In a cross section of piping. Ideally. a protection berm (or explosion proof wall) is often used. Expansion loops may be added at the sleeper level. or by placing them over the road on a pipe bridge Client preference should be considered in this design Adequate access to pumps on the side of the pipe way opposite the road must also be provided. Berm length is slightly longer than the width of the tank area. Individual suction and discharge valves are located near the nozzle connections in the pt Safety requires that a water-deluge firefighting system be included in this layout as well as a sump and sump pump to remove unwanted water When high-pressure bullet tanks are located close to a process unit. 00 a manifold header. pumps. making allowances for vehicular loads imposed on the pipe. No : DG-PP-72002 Rev. These berms offer some protection in the event of an explosion.Tank Farm Page 11 of 36 Doc. NPSH requirements usually necessitate locating the pumps in a pit when the tank is above grade. pump-discharge lines across the road must be routed to the headers in one of two ways by burying them under the road. For underground tanks a submersible pump and its motor are Located within a containment vessel and supported on lugs An adequate clear area directly over the pumps must be maintained to allow pump removal for maintenance Motor-operated header valves are located at grade and made accessible by platforms.525 m above grade. Date: 31-12-2007 File Name: DG-PP-72002-00 Copyright BecRel-All rights reserved BecRel Engineering Private Limited . A typical piping arrangement for a high-pressure sp here is shown in Annexure-5 & 6 Layout factors for spheres include Ÿ Ÿ Ÿ Sphere elevation should be kept low but not less than 1. dykes. and the berm height is roughly equal to the height of the tanks.

In another way foam concentrate from a truck or tank is supplied to a foam maker located outside the dyke wall. they should be incorporated to reduce insurance premium on the tank farms. Refer Annexure – 17.fighting equipment Process units and the utility plant are located in the central and side word section of the plot.10 Guidelines For Preparation Of Drawings For ‘CCOE’ Approval Common Guidelines Following are the requirements. In an effective overall layout of a process and off-site plot plan.is located in the vertical riser The foam solution enters a foam chamber located at the edge of the tank roof and then discharges across the top of the liquid in the tank. Truck and rail loading and unloading areas are located together with storage tanks in co rners of the plot. The foam may be injected into the regular product transfer piping or routed directly to storage tank through a permanent line especially for that purpose.Tank Farm Page 12 of 36 Doc. the administration area is immediately inside the plant main entrance as are maintenance and fire. Date: 31-12-2007 File Name: DG-PP-72002-00 Copyright BecRel-All rights reserved BecRel Engineering Private Limited . Storage tanks are located in the other side sections of the plot.which essentially consists of a pressure gauge. This should be done in consultation with the client. a cooling tower. and treating ponds are in the far most corner. a basic understanding of such system is beneficial to a layout specialist The piping usually has quick-connect coupling located outside the dyke The line is routed to the tank wall A foam maker. No : DG-PP-72002 Rev. An alternative to mobile fire-fighting equipment permanent hydrants and monitors may be used for fighting fires in storage tank areas Local codes and regulations as well as the TAC rules must be consulted to establish the appropriate coverage of water for a given layout The fire water piping around this area must come from two supply sources should any part of the system fail. an air strainer and a check valve. 6. which should be followed in layouts falling under CCOE’s purview. Suitable notes should be added on the ‘CCOE’ drawings to take care of these requirements. Truck and allowances for future-expansion are made. A flare stack. Layouts should meet the requirements of applicable statutory / OISD and TAC rules. 00 Although foam fire-fighting systems are often supplied by companies specializing in fire protection.

Steel supports. 00 Layouts must be submitted to and approved by CCOE before starting construction work. However. All electrical equipment shall be suitable for the hazardous area classification as shown in hazardous area classification drawing for the project. if provided. An earth bus shall be provided near tanker loading / unloading area to enable earthing of the tanker with flexible earth connections.Tank Farm Page 13 of 36 Doc. Tanker loading & unloading area shall have concrete paving. All valves shall be cast & forged steel construction and tested as per relevant Standards & Codes. Type of floor to be finalized in consultation with the client. motors. Finished floor inside tankfarm shall be RCC paved / unpaved / compacted earth. Design and construction of tanks and bullets shall be in accordance with relevant Indian / International Standards & Codes and shall also meet the requirements laid down by applicable stat utory regulations. shall be in accordance with Indian Standard & Codes and shall also meet the requirements of applicable stat utory regulations. Fire fighting scheme proposed for this tankfarm shall be shown in the layout drawings. All the equipment shall be supported on concrete columns. concrete paving may not be required if this area is located on proper road. No : DG-PP-72002 Rev. shall have concrete encasing. emergency shut-off valves on the tanks and bullets shall be in accordance with Indian / International Standards & Codes and shall also meet the requirements of applicable statutory regulation. lighting. The design of electrical apparatus such as earthing. All electrical equipment shall be earthed with two separate earth conductors. This shall consist of water hydrants and monitors as required by TAC regulations. Encasing to extend upto the joint of support and the equipment. All fittings such as pressure relief valves. Date: 31-12-2007 File Name: DG-PP-72002-00 Copyright BecRel-All rights reserved BecRel Engineering Private Limited . switches etc. Cast iron valves are not acceptable. level gauges.

Minimum two gates shall be provided for the fenced area. The equipment layouts shall be processed as per Annexure-12 Records Drawings & documents for CCOE approva l shall be treated as Quality document. Drawings / documents with check prints shall be maintained. 00 Medium velocity spray systems 1 fixed foam systems shall be provided for the tankfarm as required by Insurance requirements and as agreed with the client.Tank Farm Page 14 of 36 Doc. Any building / shed inside the fence shall be of fireproof construction. No : DG-PP-72002 Rev. 7.0 Test / Inspection Not Applicable 8. The layouts shall be reviewed with respect to the attached check list Annexure-1 before they are issued for approval to CCOE.0 Documentation Not Applicable Date: 31-12-2007 File Name: DG-PP-72002-00 Copyright BecRel-All rights reserved BecRel Engineering Private Limited .

Section − Tank Foundation Drawing Annexure 12 Annexure 13 Annexure 14 Annexure 15 − − − − Layout Drawing for CCOE Approval Typical Pump Piping Typical Manifold Piping Level Transmitter Annexure 16 Annexure 17 Annexure 18 − − − Culvert Drawings U21 Drawing for Fire Protection System Typical Underground arrangement for Tank Farm Date: 31-12-2007 File Name: DG-PP-72002-00 Copyright BecRel-All rights reserved BecRel Engineering Private Limited .Tank Farm Page 15 of 36 Doc.2 – General Arrangement of Tanks Sectional Detail of Tank Layout General arrangement of Sphere Layout Sectional Detail of Sphere Layout Nozzle Orientation of Storage Tank Typical arrangement plan of channel interceptor in Tank bund & connection to Manhole − General arrangement of Platform’s − General arrangement of Tank . No : DG-PP-72002 9. 00 Annexure Annexure 1 Annexure 2 Annexure 3 Annexure 4 Annexure 5 Annexure 6 Annexure 7 Annexure 8 − − − − − − − − Annexure 9 Annexure 10 Annexure 11 Check points for CCOE layout Flow Diagram for CCOE Drawing 3.1 & 3.0 Rev.

Volume of dyke is 110% of the largest tank as required by TAC. 7.I.S .I. where the spray water requirements govern the pump capacities. This is essential for large spheres & bullets. particularly In cases where spray water requirements govern the pump capacities. 2. plan b) P & I Diagram c) Mechanical drawings for. (Petroleum rules. SMPV rules O. All dyke walls are minimum I m height. 6. 9. rules) (O. are located In such a way that the spray water requirement is minimized. Interceptor if required is shown in the drawings. 00 Annexure -1 Check points for CCOE Layouts 1. Date: 31-12-2007 File Name: DG-PP-72002-00 Copyright BecRel-All rights reserved BecRel Engineering Private Limited .S . Interceptor capacity / size are as per process data sheet. 3. equipment d) Hazardous area classification drawing (if made for the concerned project). 8. Drawings are prepared as per applicable statutory rules. 5. The spheres & bullets containing flammable liquids shall be located at 15 m clear distance from each other as far as possible to reduce aggregate spray water requirements.D. Standard notes are attached to the drawing. Reference drawings indicated on the drawing include the following: a) Plot. No : DG-PP-72002 Rev. with a project document number added on the drawing.D. 4. rules only f specifically required by the Client).Tank Farm Page 16 of 36 Doc. All ‘CCOE’ tanks Containing class A’ or/& class B’ fluids & having diameters larger than 4 mts. The requirement in clause 3 above is met even though foam protection is specified initially.

Tank Farm Page 17 of 36 Doc. 00 Annexure -2 Flow Diagram For CCOE Drawing Date: 31-12-2007 File Name: DG-PP-72002-00 Copyright BecRel-All rights reserved BecRel Engineering Private Limited . No : DG-PP-72002 Rev.

00 Annexure-3.1 General Arrangement Of Tanks Date: 31-12-2007 File Name: DG-PP-72002-00 Copyright BecRel-All rights reserved BecRel Engineering Private Limited . No : DG-PP-72002 Rev.Tank Farm Page 18 of 36 Doc.

00 Annexure-3.Tank Farm Page 19 of 36 Doc. No : DG-PP-72002 Rev. Date: 31-12-2007 File Name: DG-PP-72002-00 Copyright BecRel-All rights reserved BecRel Engineering Private Limited .2 General Arrangement Of Tanks General Tank Layout For Utility Services.

No : DG-PP-72002 Rev. 00 Annexure -4 Sectional Detail Of Tank Layout Date: 31-12-2007 File Name: DG-PP-72002-00 Copyright BecRel-All rights reserved BecRel Engineering Private Limited .Tank Farm Page 20 of 36 Doc.

No : DG-PP-72002 Rev. 00 Annexure -5 General Arrangement of Sphere Layout Date: 31-12-2007 File Name: DG-PP-72002-00 Copyright BecRel-All rights reserved BecRel Engineering Private Limited .Tank Farm Page 21 of 36 Doc.

No : DG-PP-72002 Rev. 00 Annexure -6 Sectional Detail Of Sphere Layout Date: 31-12-2007 File Name: DG-PP-72002-00 Copyright BecRel-All rights reserved BecRel Engineering Private Limited .Tank Farm Page 22 of 36 Doc.

Tank Farm Page 23 of 36 Doc. No : DG-PP-72002 Rev. 00 Annexure -7 Nozzle Orientation For Storage Tank Date: 31-12-2007 File Name: DG-PP-72002-00 Copyright BecRel-All rights reserved BecRel Engineering Private Limited .

00 Annexure -8 Typical Arrangement Plan Of Channel Interceptor In Tank Bund And Connection To Manhole Date: 31-12-2007 File Name: DG-PP-72002-00 Copyright BecRel-All rights reserved BecRel Engineering Private Limited . No : DG-PP-72002 Rev.Tank Farm Page 24 of 36 Doc.

Tank Farm Page 25 of 36 Doc. No : DG-PP-72002 Rev. 00 Annexure -9 General Arra ngement of Platforms Date: 31-12-2007 File Name: DG-PP-72002-00 Copyright BecRel-All rights reserved BecRel Engineering Private Limited .

Tank Farm Page 26 of 36 Doc. No : DG-PP-72002 Rev. 00 Annexure-10 General Arrangement of Tank Section Date: 31-12-2007 File Name: DG-PP-72002-00 Copyright BecRel-All rights reserved BecRel Engineering Private Limited .

00 Annexure-11 Tank Foundation Drawing Date: 31-12-2007 File Name: DG-PP-72002-00 Copyright BecRel-All rights reserved BecRel Engineering Private Limited .Tank Farm Page 27 of 36 Doc. No : DG-PP-72002 Rev.

Tank Farm Page 28 of 36 Doc. 00 Annexure-12 Layout Drawing For CCOE Approval Date: 31-12-2007 File Name: DG-PP-72002-00 Copyright BecRel-All rights reserved BecRel Engineering Private Limited . No : DG-PP-72002 Rev.

Tank Farm Page 29 of 36 Doc. No : DG-PP-72002 Rev. 00 Annexure-13 Typical Pump Piping Date: 31-12-2007 File Name: DG-PP-72002-00 Copyright BecRel-All rights reserved BecRel Engineering Private Limited .

00 File Name: DG-PP-72002-00 Copyright BecRel-All rights reserved BecRel Engineering Private Limited . No : DG-PP-72002 Date: 31-12-2007 Rev.Tank Farm Page 30 of 36 Doc.

Tank Farm Page 31 of 36 Doc. No : DG-PP-72002 Rev. 00 Annexure-14 Typical Manifold Piping Date: 31-12-2007 File Name: DG-PP-72002-00 Copyright BecRel-All rights reserved BecRel Engineering Private Limited .

00 Annexure-15 Level Transmitter Date: 31-12-2007 File Name: DG-PP-72002-00 Copyright BecRel-All rights reserved BecRel Engineering Private Limited . No : DG-PP-72002 Rev.Tank Farm Page 32 of 36 Doc.

00 Annexure-16 Culvert Drawing Date: 31-12-2007 File Name: DG-PP-72002-00 Copyright BecRel-All rights reserved BecRel Engineering Private Limited . No : DG-PP-72002 Rev.Tank Farm Page 33 of 36 Doc.

No : DG-PP-72002 Date: 31-12-2007 Rev.Tank Farm Page 34 of 36 Doc. 00 File Name: DG-PP-72002-00 Copyright BecRel-All rights reserved BecRel Engineering Private Limited .

Annexure -17 U21 Drawing for Fire Protection System .

Annexure -18 Typical Underground Arrangement .