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COMPANY LTD QA-PL-002

OGP TECHNICAL SERVICES SDN BHD
SUDAPET LTD
Sudapet Ltd.

THAR JATH DEVELOPMENT PROJECT

PROJECT EXECUTION & QUALITY PLAN

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TABLE OF CONTENT

1.0 PURPOSE AND SCOPE......................................................................................5
2.0 OBJECTIVE......................................................................................................... 5
3.0 DEFINITIONS.......................................................................................................5
4.0 REFERENCE........................................................................................................5
5.0 PROJECT DESCRIPTION....................................................................................6
6.0 SCOPE OF WORK...............................................................................................6
7.0 PROJECT ORGANISATION.................................................................................6
8.0 EXECUTION STAGES..........................................................................................6
8.1 ENGINEERING....................................................................................................7
8.1.1 General.........................................................................................................7
8.1.2 Functional Objectives...................................................................................7
8.1.3 Engineering Practices..................................................................................7
8.1.4 Resources....................................................................................................9
8.1.5 Sequence Of Activities.................................................................................9
8.2 PROCUREMENT AND MATERIALS MANAGEMENT......................................10
8.2.1 General.......................................................................................................10
8.2.2 Functional Objectives.................................................................................10
8.2.3 Management Practices..............................................................................11
8.2.4 Resources..................................................................................................12
8.2.5 Sequence Of Activities...............................................................................12
8.3 CONSTRUCTION..............................................................................................14
8.3.1 General.......................................................................................................14
8.3.2 Functional Objectives.................................................................................14
8.3.3 Construction Management Practices.........................................................14
8.3.4 Resources..................................................................................................15
8.3.5 Sequence Of Activities...............................................................................16
8.4 COMMISSIONING.............................................................................................16
8.4.1 General.......................................................................................................16
8.4.2 Functional Objectives.................................................................................16
8.4.3 Commissioning Management Practices....................................................17
8.4.4 Resources..................................................................................................18
8.4.5 Sequence Of Activities...............................................................................18
8.5 PROJECT PLANNING & CONTROL.................................................................18
8.5.1 General.......................................................................................................18
8.5.2 Functional Objectives.................................................................................18
8.5.3 Work Scope Definition................................................................................19
8.5.4 Work Breakdown Structure (WBS)............................................................19
8.5.5 Time, Planning And Scheduling.................................................................19
8.6 COST ESTIMATING AND BUDGETTING.........................................................22
8.6.1 Project Capital Cost Estimation.................................................................22
8.6.2 CONSULTANT’s Project Operating Budget...............................................22
8.7 QUALITY MANAGEMENT.................................................................................23
8.7.1 General.......................................................................................................23
8.7.2 The Process Approach...............................................................................23

..........26 8.........................................................1 Project Progress Meetings............................31 8.........1 Hierarchy of Document.........................8.4 Monthly Status Report.......................28 8..........OWNER INTERFACE................................ NO..................................11.........................................27 8.................32 8.........................................5 Official Correspondences.......................................32 8.... : 00 DOC...................................10...26 8..33 ..............DOC........................26 8..32 8......................................8..............................................29 8...................................3 Meetings with CONTRACTOR........................................3 Final Acceptance..........9 DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT.........................2 Initial Acceptance...................................................3 QMS Program..31 8. TITLE : PROJECT EXECUTION & QUALITY PLAN Page 4 of 34 TABLE OF CONTENT 8..........................................................................................................2 Meetings with OWNER..8.................................................................................................... SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT (HSE)................1 Mechanical Completion...................................................................26 8....................................................... NO.............11............................................... : QA-PL–002 REV.31 8...............2 Responsibility for Document and Records control.........................3 Project Final Documentation......................11 CONSULTANT ......32 8....6 Implementation Strategy...............................................4 Organisation....1 General.......................7............................................................30 8................11......10...........8 HEALTH..........................11.......28 8.........32 8........................................................33 8....5 HSE Committee Organisation................................10.............10 PROJECT COMPLETION MANAGEMENT....................................................11...............................3 HSE Culture.................8................9........................................................30 8.............9.....6 Unofficial Daily Communication..23 8....................32 8.8................8..........................32 8.............11...............2 HSE Objectives.......9...

: 00 DOC.0 DEFINITIONS PMC Project Management CONSULTANT – OGP and Sudapet OWNER White Nile Petroleum Operating Company EPCC Engineering. NO. unprocessed.0 OBJECTIVE The main objective of this plan is to inform the OWNER on PMC’s execution plan as well as to create awareness among PMC staff on project execution strategies and implementation. The term does not include services purchased in support of the project. Verification To confirm by examination and objective evidence Materials For this project the term materials includes any material processed. NO. 2.DOC. Construction and Commissioning PCC Procurement. : QA-PL–002 REV. assembled or fabricated into the equipment or other various devices that may be purchased for the project. 3. Construction and Commissioning PIM Project Implementation Manual Monitoring To keep track systematically with a target to collecting information. Procurement. TITLE : PROJECT EXECUTION & QUALITY PLAN Page 5 of 34 1. WBS Work Breakdown Structure Critical Path A series of activities. which are the longest path in the Project or with the minimum float.0 PURPOSE AND SCOPE This Project Execution and Quality Plan shall generally detail the plan and strategies that CONSULTANT shall undertake in performing CONSULTANT’s scope of works as Project management CONSULTANT for Thar Jath Development Project.0 REFERENCE Project Management Consultancy Services Proposal Document with WNPOC . 4.

Raw crude oil from Thar Jath and Mala fields will be collected by buried flowlines and manifold systems leading to the Central Processing Facilities (CPF). where crude oil will be treated for water removal and stabilization and exported through a 173 km pipeline to the existing Heglig Pump Station # 1 for onward export of the crude oil to Port Sudan. : QA-PL–002 REV. : 00 DOC.4 million acres. the execution plan is broken down into the following disciplines: . 8.Rubkona Bridge Package 2 – Central Processing Facilities (CPF) Package 3 – Field Surface Facilities (FSF) Package 4 – Export Pipeline Package 5 – Central Power Plant 6. Contract area for Block 5A is 20. TITLE : PROJECT EXECUTION & QUALITY PLAN Page 6 of 34 5.0 PROJECT ORGANISATION The description of the roles.a Engineering .d Commissioning . Block 5A Oil Development Project comprises the following facilities: Package 1A – Accommodation Complex Package 1B .0 PROJECT DESCRIPTION Block 5A is located onshore in southern Sudan approximately 950 km south of Khartoum.km. NO. NO.DOC. Block 5A is within the Muglad Basin which has a number of both existing and planned new developments and covers an area of approximately 7.0 EXECUTION STAGES As per the scope of work stated in the proposal agreement. 7.0 SCOPE OF WORK Details of scope of work for PMC shall be referred to PMC Proposal Document.c Construction & Pre-commissioning .b Procurement . responsibilities and qualifications required of certain key individuals is given in Attachment 1. In general.917 sq.

Engineering deliverables completed as per planned schedule.2 Functional Objectives To ensure successful delivery of CONSULTANT’s engineering services that meet project needs. and Environment . . and quality for the scope of works where engineering services conducted by PMC. 8. Safety.Rework cost not exceeding 1% of the contract value. 8. : 00 DOC. To closely work with other groups within the PMC organization to meet project targets i. and sequence of activities needed to meet project management consulting requirements as described in the CONSULTANT’s PMC contract.i Final Handover 8.g Health.1. cost.h Document Management .1.1. NO.e. : QA-PL–002 REV.f Quality Management . NCR – No recurrence of NCR’s of the same nature. construction and commissioning groups on technical queries.i) Quality Indicator and Standards Time . To assure OWNER that the CONTRACTORs engineering related work and products are in compliance with the requirement stated in respective contracts in terms of time. NO.1.e Project Planning and Control .1 General This plan describes and establishes OGP’s engineering practices. prompt feedback to procurement. resources.1 ENGINEERING 8.3 Engineering Practices The following practices are appropriate to OGP engineering activities during the project executions. established requirements and OWNER expectations in terms of time. TITLE : PROJECT EXECUTION & QUALITY PLAN Page 7 of 34 . cost. and quality. Cost . prompt reaction against quality assurance non-compliance and potential non-compliance. 8.2.DOC.

the CONSULTANT’s Engineering Group shall monitor and verify the CONTRACTOR’s design WORKS are developed and implemented meeting the contract requirement. and Package 5.DOC. Resources The engineering manager shall identify the required resources and assign trained personnel to monitor and verify CONTRACTOR performance of engineering works. NO. Design Control The CONSULTANT’s Engineering Group shall monitor and verify that design control is established and practiced by both CONSULTANT’s engineers and EPCC CONTRACTORs’ engineers. The engineering manager shall ensure that the design management plan meeting requirement stated in the Quality Control of Design Activities EN-PR-002. Specific engineering responsibility. Design Management Plan For design that is under CONSULTANT’s responsibility. TITLE : PROJECT EXECUTION & QUALITY PLAN Page 8 of 34 Organization This project shall be staffed by qualified engineers as needed for effective monitoring. Document and Data Control The CONSULTANT’s Engineering Group shall achieve and maintain document and data control as required by procedure Document Control. CONSULTANT shall monitor and verify the changes required and updates the document as appropriate. assessment. : 00 DOC. Responsibility and Authority The engineering manager is responsible to ensure this plan is carried out. Package 4. the CONSULTANT’s Engineering Group shall monitor and verify that CONTRACTOR’s performance and results remained compliance with the approved plan. and verification of engineering requirement. Package 1A and Package 1B. EN-PR-001. Package 2. . Monitoring and Verification Monitoring and verification activities to be undertaken are addressed in the procedure Monitoring and Verification of Engineering by OTHERS. : QA-PL–002 REV. authority and interrelation of those who monitor. Package 3. assess or verify performance or results are defined in appropriate procedures or instructions. NO. For design which is under CONTRACTOR’s responsibility. CONSULTANT’s field engineering services shall be deployed to manage the interface between engineering and procurement/construction/commissioning CONTRACTOR. Thereafter.

)b Organizational Freedom and Authority of all verification personnel is established. PHASE 1 . 8. Procurement The CONSULTANT engineering group shall monitor and verify EPCC CONTRACTOR’s procurement activities including reviewing and recommending approval of evaluation process prior to CONTRACTOR placing a purchase order or requisition.4 Resources The resources needed to manage the engineering group during this project are for the most part related to monitoring and verification of CONTRACTOR activities. The group shall also monitor and verify that the required control in managing document and data are achieved and maintained by CONTRACTORs.1. TITLE : PROJECT EXECUTION & QUALITY PLAN Page 9 of 34 QA-PR-001. Should substantial changes in the scope of work occur the man-hour requirements might require adjustment and such must be included in any proposed change adjusting the scope of work. : 00 DOC. Man-hours are constrained by the terms expressed in PMC contract. The event/activities listed below shall be scheduled and accomplished during the project phase indicated.Bid Evaluation a) Technical evaluation criteria b) Commercial evaluation criteria c) Preparation of Tender Estimates d) Clarification of Issues raised by bidders e) Technical evaluation of PCC and EPCC bids f) Support of commercial bid evaluation .1. : QA-PL–002 REV. )c Time (man-hours) to accomplish the work OGP has estimated the skills and man-hours needed and included these factors in PMC contract agreement. 8. NO. Skills are described in appropriate job descriptions and assignment addressed in this document. NO.5 Sequence Of Activities Activities to be performed by the engineering functions shall be integrated into project schedules.DOC. To accomplish this task requires: )a Trained technical staff with appropriate skills.

e) Provide technical information to other functional groups. : 00 DOC. Cost . NO.2. : QA-PL–002 REV. d) Review and recommend actions regarding proposed technical changes. packaging.2. NO. handling. TITLE : PROJECT EXECUTION & QUALITY PLAN Page 10 of 34 PHASE 2 .1 General This plan describes the Management Practices.2 Functional Objectives To assure OWNER that procurement and materials related activities are in compliance with the stated requirement and the materials procured by the CONTRACTOR to meet established requirement for time. NCR – No recurrence of NCR’s of the same nature. f) Ensure execution of HAZOP studies by EPCC CONTRACTOR g) Monitor and report engineering related construction matters and schedule status or progress 8.2 PROCUREMENT AND MATERIALS MANAGEMENT 8.DOC.Rework cost not exceeding 1% of the contract value. storage. .2. 8. and Sequence of Activities to be accomplished by CONSULTANT’s procurement and materials management functions as per the requirement of PMC contract. preservation and delivery of materials to be included into the completed work 8. Resources. purchasing. Those activities of the overall project management plan that determine the objectives and responsibilities appropriate to the functions of specifying.i) Quality Indicator and Standards Time – Procured materials delivered at site as per planned schedule.Detailed Engineering and Procurement a) Monitor and verify EPCC CONTRACTOR’s engineering activities/performance b) Review and approve PCC CONTRACTOR’s shop drawings c) Review and recommend actions regarding technical document submitted by EPCC CONTRACTOR. and quality.2. cost.

TITLE : PROJECT EXECUTION & QUALITY PLAN Page 11 of 34 8.DOC. The plan shall also provide appropriate procedures/instructions for handling. PO-PR-001. Thereafter. Specific responsibilities. Monitoring and Verification Monitoring and verification activities to be undertaken are addressed in the procedure Monitoring and Verification of Procurement by OTHERS. storage. NO. Organization This project shall be staffed by qualified procurement and materials management specialist as needed for effective monitoring and verification of the CONTRACTOR’s procurement and material activities. : 00 DOC. : QA-PL–002 REV. Document and Data Control The Procurement & Materials Functions shall achieve and maintain document and data control as required by Project Procedures and Work . authority and interrelation of those who monitor. The Procurement & Materials Functions verification activities shall be defined and documented in appropriate Project Procedure and Work Instruction. Procurement Plan The Procurement & Materials Functions shall monitor and verify the CONTRACTOR has developed and implemented a Procurement Plan. Overall Project responsibility and relationships are addressed in Project Execution Plan and authority in individual job descriptions.3 Management Practices These practices are appropriate to CONSULTANT’s procurement and materials management activities during this project.2. assess or verify performance or results are defined in appropriate Project Procedures. preservation and delivery of materials. The procurement plan shall address procedures for purchase specifications and purchasing. which conforms to appropriate contract requirements. Resources The Procurement & Materials Functions Manager shall identify resource requirements. Responsibility and Authority The Procurement & Materials Function Manager is responsible to ensure this plan is carried out. provide needed resources and assign trained personnel to monitor and verify CONTRACTOR’s performance including the quality of materials procured by the CONTRACTOR. NO. the Procurement & Materials Functions shall monitor and verify the CONTRACTOR performance complies with the approved plan. including monitoring and verification of SUPPLIER’s quality.

expediting. b) Coordinate Engineering review of Comprehensive Technical Evaluations submitted by the CONTRACTOR. The function shall also monitor and verify that the required VENDOR and SUB-CONTRACTOR provided document and data control is achieved and maintained in compliance with the CONTRACTOR’s procedures as approved by OWNER. TITLE : PROJECT EXECUTION & QUALITY PLAN Page 12 of 34 Instructions. c) Time (man-hour) to accomplish the work.DOC. NO. NO.2. Work Instructions. 8. . and quality assurance of material at VENDORs shop.5 Sequence Of Activities Activities to be performed by the Procurement & Materials Functions shall be integrated into the project schedule.2.4 Resources The resources needed to manage the Procurement & Materials Function during this project are for the most part related to monitoring and verification of CONTRACTOR’s activities. : 00 DOC. CONSULTANT has estimated the skills and man-hour needed and included these factors in the PMC contract agreement. a) Monitor and verify equipment and major purchases. Skills are described in appropriate job descriptions and assignment address in Project Plans. The procurement and materials management activities listed below shall be scheduled and carried out during Detailed Engineering and Procurement. c) Coordinate with and assist the Quality Assurance Function to carry out.  Engage third party inspection and expediting agencies. b) Organizational Freedom and Authority of all verification personnel must be clearly established. 8. etc.  Review and recommend approval of procedures for inspection.  Review or Audit of VENDOR quality assurance activities are carried out as approved by CONSULTANT. Procedures. : QA-PL–002 REV. Man-hours are constrained by the term expressed in the PMC contract. To accomplish these tasks effectively requires: a) Trained Technical Staff with skills appropriate to the specific activities.  Monitor and verify that CONTRACTOR’s SUPPLIERs quality is adequate to meet stated requirements. Should substantial changes in the scope of work occur the man hour requirements may require adjustment and such must be included in any proposed change adjusting the scope of work.

and ability to meet the construction schedule. : QA-PL–002 REV. : 00 DOC.  maximum use of Malaysian resources and SUPPLIERs of materials and equipment.  appointment of VENDORs and SUB-CONTRACTOR.  Monitor and verify procurement activities.  Ensure that ownership and title of purchased items is vested in OWNER no later than their arrival to site.  If required assist OWNER with direct procurement of items operation. )f Perform the following tasks and advise OWNER on the CONTRACTOR compliance with approved standards.  Report to OWNER monthly on procurement schedule and quality )g Coordinate with the Project Controls Function to carry out  Review of Procurement Schedule compatibility with Project Schedule. NO. e) Monitor and advise OWNER on the CONTRACTOR.  Provide assistance with import tax exemptions and customs clearance. and schedules.  Assist OWNER’s Operations with spare parts management.  Monitor and verify that the CONTRACTOR adheres to all requirements imposed by authorities. schedule adherence. NO. )h Coordinate with the Engineering Function to carry out .DOC. TITLE : PROJECT EXECUTION & QUALITY PLAN Page 13 of 34 d) Ensure that Comprehensive Technical Evaluations are approved prior to CONTRACTOR placing orders.  Analyses of quoted delivery dates for compatibility.  Review proposed changes in VENDORs and recommended to OWNER. specifications.  Ensure CONTRACTOR is carrying out expediting when necessary.  Report and recommend actions to correct ANY change that will affect schedule or quality.

NO. Cost .3.i) Quality Indicator and Standards Time – Construction progressed as per planned schedule. TITLE : PROJECT EXECUTION & QUALITY PLAN Page 14 of 34  Review of comprehensive technical evaluations and recommend to OWNER.3.3 CONSTRUCTION 8.2.Rework cost not exceeding 1% of the contract value. specifications.1 General This section describes and establishes CONSULTANT’s Construction Management practises. 8. identified and catalogued.  Identifying long-term spares. : 00 DOC. and other requirements in EPCC contract agreement and advise OWNER on the performance of EPCC CONTRACTOR. : QA-PL–002 REV.2 Functional Objectives To monitor and verify that the project is built in accordance to the schedule project standards. )i Coordinate and assist Construction and Commissioning to  Monitor and verify that goods received at site are inspected. 8.  Ensure adequacy of spare parts and process consumable items are purchased for commissioning. assessment.  Witness shop test of equipment.3. NO. and advising OWNER on matters related to project management should staff this project. Functional organization charts for project phases are to . properly stored and maintained by the CONTRACTOR.3. NCR – No recurrence of NCR’s of the same nature. 8. consumable spares. 8. Organization Qualified personnel as needed for effective monitoring.3 Construction Management Practices These practices are appropriate to CONSULTANT’s construction management activities during this project. lubricants and lab equipment. resources and sequence of activities needed to meet project management consulting requirements as described in the PMC Contract.DOC.

: 00 DOC. : QA-PL–002 REV. . TITLE : PROJECT EXECUTION & QUALITY PLAN Page 15 of 34 be issued by Project Manager initially and thereafter when changes are made.DOC. NO. NO.

Resources The Project Manager shall identify resources requirements. This Plan shall address inspections. by which CONSULTANT measures and assesses performance and results. After OWNER approval of the Quality Plan. b) Organization freedom and authority of all verification personnel must be clearly established. 8. CO-PR-001. : 00 DOC. NO.DOC. Monitoring and Verification Monitoring and verification activities to be undertaken are addressed in the procedure Monitoring and Verification of Construction by OTHERS. Document and Data Control The Construction Function shall achieve and maintained document and data control as required by project procedures. TITLE : PROJECT EXECUTION & QUALITY PLAN Page 16 of 34 Responsibility and Authority The Project Manager is to ensure this Plan is carried out. Skills are . CONSULTANT shall monitor and verify the CONTRACTOR’s compliance to the approved Quality Plan.4 Resources The resources needed to monitor and advise OWNER on construction matters during this project are related to monitoring and verification of CONTRACTOR activities. Construction verification activities shall be documented in appropriate project surveillance format. Verification by qualified and trained engineers is the primary means. CONSULTANT has estimated the skills and man-hours needed and included these factors in the PMC contract agreement. Quality Plan CONTRACTOR shall submit a detail Quality Plan for the construction phase for approval by OWNER or OWNER’s Representatives. c) Time (man-hour) to accomplish the work. tests and other quality related activities to be carried out by the CONTRACTOR. NO. provide needed resources as agreed by OWNER and assigned trained personnel to monitor and verify CONTRACTOR’s performance of construction work. : QA-PL–002 REV.3. To accomplish these tasks effectively requires: a) Trained technical staff with skills appropriate to specific activities. The function shall also monitor and verify that required documents and data control is achieved and maintained by CONTRACTOR.

2 Functional Objectives To monitor and verify CONTRACTOR’s commissioning activities in order to advise OWNER that these activities are being implemented incompliance with safety and environmental requirements.1 General This section describes and establishes CONSULTANT’s commissioning management practices. b) Review and recommend action regarding plans and procedures submitted by the EPCC CONTRACTOR.4. Should substantial changes in the scope of work occur. f) Prepare a construction closeout report. Construction and Commissioning. 8. d) Monitor and report construction related cost and schedule status/progress. c) Review and recommend actions regarding proposed changes.DOC. NO.4. e) Support the Commissioning and Operation Functions as needed. schedules. Procurement. 8. : QA-PL–002 REV. For site staff a fixed daily charge rate shall be applied. resources and sequence of activities need to meet project management consulting as described in the PMC contract.e. approved procedures and other requirements of the contract agreement. a) Monitor and verify CONTRACTORs’ construction and quality activities as described in the PMC contract. monitor and verify CONTRACTOR compliance with these documents.4 COMMISSIONING 8. etc. Man-hours are constrained by the term expressed in the PMC CONTRACT. 8. Base Work and Optional Work are describe in the PMC scope of work and include the following areas of activity in Engineering. NO. . Estimate duration of each site staff will be provided. 8. the man hour requirement may require adjustment and such must be included in any proposed change adjusting the scope of work. Procedures.i) Quality Indicator and Standards Time – Commissioning progressed as per planned schedule.4. TITLE : PROJECT EXECUTION & QUALITY PLAN Page 17 of 34 described in appropriate job description and assignment addressed in Project Plan.3. When approved. : 00 DOC.5 Sequence Of Activities Activities to be carried out by the Construction function and appropriate phases of the WORK i. Work Instruction.2.

8. NO.4. Document and Data Control The commissioning functions shall achieve and maintain document and data control as required by Project Procedures and Work Instructions. : 00 DOC. Specific responsibilities. assess or verify performance or results are defined in appropriate Project Procedures or Work Instructions. The requirements. The function shall also monitor and verify that required document and data control is achieved and maintained by the CONTRACTOR. Organization This project shall be staffed qualified specialists as needed for effective monitoring.DOC. and responsibilities appropriate to document .3 Commissioning Management Practices These practices are appropriate to CONSULTANT commissioning management activities during this project. : QA-PL–002 REV. authority and interrelation of those who monitor. Commissioning verification activities shall be defined and documented in appropriate project procedure and work instruction. performance and results.e. job descriptions are addressed in Attachment 1. Verification by qualified and trained specialist and Engineer is the primary means by which CONSULTANT measures and assesses. TITLE : PROJECT EXECUTION & QUALITY PLAN Page 18 of 34 Cost . Responsibility and Authority The Commissioning Function Manager is responsible to ensure this plan is carried out. NO. assessment and advising OWNER on matters related to project Commissioning Manager initially and thereafter when changes are made. NCR – No recurrence of NCR’s of the same nature. which include start-up and shutdown procedures. performance test and turnover procedures. Commissioning Plan and Procedures The Commissioning Function shall monitor and verify that the CONTRACTOR has developed comprehensive written and schematic procedures.Rework cost not exceeding 1% of the contract value. Monitoring and Verification Monitoring and verification activities to be undertaken are addressed in the procedure Monitoring and Verification of Commissioning by OTHERS. activities. These documents require OWNER comment and approval. The commissioning function shall monitor and verify that the CONTRACTOR’s performance and results remain in compliance with these documents. Overall Project responsibility and relationships including the authority of each individual i. CM-PR-001.

1 General This section shall provide the plan and strategies in Planning and Scheduling of works in this project.2 Functional Objectives Project Planning and Control activities is aimed at monitoring and verifying overall project progress in terms of time and cost to ensure compliance to master schedule and budgeted cost.5. Time (man-hour) to accomplish the work. 8. : QA-PL–002 REV.5 Sequence Of Activities The CONTRACTOR shall prepare a detailed schedule for the commissioning time frame together with a VENDOR support schedule.DOC.2. The resources needed to monitor and advise OWNER on commissioning matters during the commissioning phase of this project are for the most part related to monitoring and verification of CONTRACTOR’s activities. 8. NO.Overall cost not exceeding 1% of the contract value. Man-hours are constrained by the term expressed in the PMC contract. work instructions. Should substantial changes in the scope of work occur the man hour requirements may require adjustment and such must be included in any proposed change adjusting the scope of work.5. provide needed resources and assign trained personnel to monitor and verify CONTRACTOR’s performance of the commissioning work. procedures. 8. . Cost . Both of these documents are too reviewed and approved by OWNER.i) Quality Indicator and Standards Time – Project progress meets the planned completion dates for phases in engineering.4. This procedure covers the initial activities during the Planning phase of the Project. NO. 8. construction and commissioning. procurement. To accomplish these tasks effectively requires trained technical staff with skills appropriate to the specific activities.5 PROJECT PLANNING & CONTROL 8. CONSULTANT has estimated the skills and man-hour needed and included these factors in the PMC contract agreement. TITLE : PROJECT EXECUTION & QUALITY PLAN Page 19 of 34 and data control are address in procedure Document Control QA-PR- 01. : 00 DOC. Skills are described in appropriate job descriptions and assignment address in project plans.4. 8.5. etc.4 Resources The Commissioning Manager shall identify resource requirements.

5. The approved WBS shall then be compiled in the Project Implementation Manual for reference and guideline for all Project activities.4 Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) CONSULTANT shall develop the first and second level WBS that shall hierarchically breakdown the Project into smaller.5 Time. The main output during this phase are: a) Work Breakdown Structure b) This Project Execution Plan c) PMC Services Proposal 8. organization. The First and second level WBS shall be approved by the CONSULTANT’s Project Director and the OWNER’s Project Manager within 1 month after the Project Start Date. more manageable and well-defined components to enhance the planning. : 00 DOC. NO. and controls of the implementation and reporting of the Project activities. 8. : QA-PL–002 REV. NO.DOC.5.5. TITLE : PROJECT EXECUTION & QUALITY PLAN Page 20 of 34 8.3 Work Scope Definition A Work Strategy shall be formulated by CONSULTANT to outline the implementation strategy that would be the best for the Project. The development of these schedules is more precisely detailed in the following paragraphs . The detail WBS shall be developed by PCC/EPCC CONTRACTOR and will be approved by OWNER. Planning And Scheduling Time scheduling of the Project shall be addressed by the following deliverables will be developed: a) Master Project Schedule b) Engineering Work Schedule (Level-2) c) Procurement Work Schedule (Level-2) d) Construction Work Schedule (Level-2) e) Commissioning Work Schedule (Level-2) A Project Schedule Report that provides narrative explanations to the implementation strategy and sufficient details to describe the scheduling basis and assumptions made may also accompany the above schedules.

NO.5. : QA-PL–002 REV.DOC. The Schedule shall reflect the expected Critical Path of the Project and shall be accompanied by an analysis of the criticality. The Master Project Schedule shall be approved within 1 month after the Project Start Date by the following authorities unless otherwise agreed in the project requirements: a) OGP Project Manager. c) The OWNER’s Project Manager. NO.i) Master Project Schedule CONSULTANT shall develop the Master Project Schedule with thorough considerations to the following Project parameters: a) Scope of Work as defined in the Contract b) Scheduling objectives and constraints c) Financial objectives d) Quality objectives The Master Project Schedule shall document sufficient level of scheduling details to reflect the overall implementation and strategy in undertaking the Project from the start until completion. TITLE : PROJECT EXECUTION & QUALITY PLAN Page 21 of 34 8. A sample of Schedule Basis Memorandum with Master Project Schedule is attached at the end of this procedure (Attachment 1). b) OGP Project Director and. 8.5.5. no Engineering Work Schedule is required.5.ii) Engineering Work Schedule The EPCC CONTRACTOR is responsible to develop the Level-2 Engineering Work Schedule shall be developed to plan the available resources to accomplish the required Scope of Work as normally outlined in the Contract as the List of Engineering Deliverables. : 00 DOC. A method statement to address on the foreseeable challenges facing the critical activities that will potentially affect the whole Project execution shall also be provided. where CONSULTANT has executed the engineering. The approved Master Project Schedule shall then be compiled in the Project Implementation Manual to serve as the Baseline Schedule for all Project activities. . For Package 1A and 1B.

: QA-PL–002 REV. CONSULTANT shall review and approve the work schedule.5. . Correct timing references with Engineering.iv) Construction Work Schedule The PCC/EPCC CONTRACTOR is responsible to develop the Level-2 Construction Work Schedule to plan the available resources to accomplish the required Scope of Work i. Construction and other Project activities shall also be reflected in this schedule.5. NO. This Schedule shall highlight on major Procurement packages and the critical Procurement milestones. A method statement to address on the foreseeable challenges facing the critical activities during this phase that will potentially affect the other aspects of the Project shall also be provided.5.iii) Procurement Work Schedule The PCC/EPCC CONTRACTOR is responsible to develop the Level-2 Procurement Work Schedule shall be developed to plan the Procurement activities to accomplish the required Scope of Work i. CONSULTANT shall review and approve the work schedule submitted by PCC/EPCC CONTRACTOR. A method statement to address on the foreseeable challenges facing the critical activities during this phase should also be provided. a method statement to address on the foreseeable challenges facing the critical activities during this phase should also be provided. NO. 8. TITLE : PROJECT EXECUTION & QUALITY PLAN Page 22 of 34 In Level 2 Engineering Work Schedule. to procure the designated list of equipment and materials within the allocated time frame as dictated by the Master Project Schedule.e. CONSULTANT shall review and approve the work schedule. 8.5.e. The Schedule shall highlight on the critical activities during this phase. 8.DOC. The Construction Work Schedule shall then be further developed to document sufficient level of details down to Level 4 to reflect the implementation plan to meet the Project objectives and constraints.5.v) Commissioning Work Schedule The PCC/EPCC CONTRACTOR is responsible to develop the Level 2 Commissioning Work Schedule to plan the available resources to commissioning the facilities. : 00 DOC.5. to construct the facilities and install the designated list of equipment and materials.

. : 00 DOC. A Project Costing Report that provides narrative explanations to the basis and assumptions made shall accompany the above Cost Estimate. NO. : QA-PL–002 REV. OWNER’s Capital Cost Estimation b. NO.6 COST ESTIMATING AND BUDGETTING This section of the procedure addresses on the Cost Estimating and Budgeting for the Project where by the main deliverables are: a. 8. The approved budget shall serve as the Baseline Cost Plan throughout the Project duration. The approved Project Capital Cost Estimation shall then be submitted for OWNER’s review and records.DOC. 8.6. CONSULTANT shall review and approve the work schedule.1 Project Capital Cost Estimation CONSULTANT shall develop the Cost Estimates for the Project Capital Cost to the accuracy as required by the OWNER and submitted to OWNER. CONSULTANT’s Project Operating Budget 8.6. The following authorities shall approves the Project Overall Budget within four weeks after the Project Award Date unless otherwise agreed in the project requirements: a) OGP Project Manager.2 CONSULTANT’s Project Operating Budget The CONSULTANT’s Operating Budget shall document sufficient level of breakdown to reflect the financing plan in undertaking the Project from the start until completion. b) OGP Project Director and c) The OWNER’s Project Manager. TITLE : PROJECT EXECUTION & QUALITY PLAN Page 23 of 34 The Commissioning Work Schedule shall document sufficient details to reflect the overall implementation strategy to meet the Project objectives and constraints The Schedule shall highlight on the critical activities and milestones during this phase.

measure and analyze the processes. This is shown in Figure 1  To determine criteria and methods needed to ensure that both the operation and control of these processes are effective. and obtain necessary external assistance or other suitable means to help CONSULTANT undertaking the above efforts.  To ensure the resources availability and the necessity of information in supporting the operation. NO.7. NO. CONSULTANT shall identify appropriate individuals. detail engineering. and maintain the project quality management system (QMS) and continually improve its effectiveness in accordance with ISO 9001:2000 standards. The CONSULTANT Business Process shall conform to process approach of the ISO9001: 2000 QMS. The program is divided into 3 categories: Quality Planning . monitoring these processes. CONSULTANT QMS program shall cover all phases of the project namely: basic engineering. 8. TITLE : PROJECT EXECUTION & QUALITY PLAN Page 24 of 34 8. This shall include determining the sequence and interaction of these processes. document.1 General CONSULTANT is committed to establish. CONSULTANT shall undertake the following efforts:  To identify and map all product and functional core business processes and critical supporting work processes.3 QMS Program In essence. as well as. 8.7.  To monitor. This is achieved by defining the processes and measurement system and how the organization personnel. : QA-PL–002 REV. construction and commissioning.2 The Process Approach CONSULTANT’s QMS is based on the management of its core processes and system. ITB preparation. equipment and technical expertise shall be managed to ensure that the customers and interested parties agreed expectations and requirements are met. procurement.7.  To implement actions necessary to achieve planned results and continual improvement of these processes. which have a direct impact to the product and service offered.DOC. : 00 DOC. appoint special task forces. implement.7 QUALITY MANAGEMENT 8.

The activities shall include:  Establish Quality Assurance Procedures  Establish Quality Assurance Specifications  Support other project functional group to establish procedures  Conduct QA/QC audits on internal CONSULTANT’s organization (Refer to QA-PR-005. : 00 DOC. NO. TITLE : PROJECT EXECUTION & QUALITY PLAN Page 25 of 34 Quality Planning is a process to identify which quality standards or requirement are relevant to the project and determining ways and methods to satisfy them. QA-PR- 008). The process shall also identify opportunities for continual improvement in the project.DOC. .  Conduct Contract Compliance Verification on CONSULTANT’s organization. The quality planning shall include the following activities:  Establish Project Quality Policy  Establish a specific Project Quality Manual. Control of CONSULTANT’s Non-conformance and QA-PR-007. : QA-PL–002 REV.  Manage issuance / maintenance of audit reports for all project audits (Refer to QA-PR-005. Project Audits). Control of CONTRACTOR’s Non-conformance. NO. Project Audits).  Conduct QA/QC audits on SUPPLIERs and PCC CONTRACTORs (Refer to QA-PR-005. Project Audits). Quality Assurance Quality Assurance is a process to establish and to reinforce project quality standards or requirement and to measure and analyze the effectiveness of the project execution in satisfying the established quality standards or requirement.  Manage issuance / maintenance of non-conformance reports (Refer to QA-PR-006. QA-PL-001 that will show how the requirement of ISO9001: 2000 is met by the project QMS.  Manage issuance / maintenance of preventive action reports (Refer to QA-PR-004. Control of Potential Non-conformance)  Manage customer complaint reports.  Establish Project Execution Plan  Support functional groups to establish each group’s objectives.

The quality control activities shall include the following:  Conduct general surveillance on engineering deliverables  Conduct required inspection at SUPPLIERs’ manufacturing/fabrication facilities  Lead specific data analysis works for quality improvement  Conduct third party inspection verification  Conduct general surveillance on construction and commissioning activities  Witness and approve Welding Procedure / Welder qualification  Witness and approve validation other special construction and commissioning work processes  Monitor construction process traceability  Monitor punch list program  Conduct verification on mechanical completion and commissioning completion readiness  Lead specific data analysis works for quality improvement  Final Documentation . : QA-PL–002 REV. TITLE : PROJECT EXECUTION & QUALITY PLAN Page 26 of 34  Establish specific Quality Assurance Procedures for engineering. This process shall also include identification and elimination of non- conforming products and identifying ways to eliminate the causes of non-conformances.  Support other construction and commissioning group to establish construction and commissioning procedures  Review SUPPLIERs’ and PCC/EPCC CONTRACTORs’ procedures  Coordinate Technical Audits Quality Control Quality Control is a process to measure and analyze project results from specific operational activities using specialized operational monitoring and verification tools and techniques to determine if the results in compliance to established quality standards or requirement. construction and commissioning activities. : 00 DOC. NO. procurement. NO.DOC.

8.8. The HSEMS is defined as the policies. In order to emphasize the implementation of HSEMS in the project a specific HSE Plan. procedures. training. the HSEMS is to ensure the reduction of risks within the business operations and management through the effective implementation of the contents of the system and thus providing a safe work environment for all employees either they are direct employees or CONTRACTORs’/SUB-CONTRACTORs’ employees.Engineering deliverables completed as per planned schedule. NO. SF-PL-001. HSEMS shall be established in order to achieve and accomplish safe and secured project execution throughout the CONSULTANT’s scope of works.1 General CONSULTANT is committed to implement a systematic HSE management system (HSEMS) that shall ensure a safe and secured project execution.i) This section addresses the management and company’s commitment to sustain a culture that ensures the success of the HSEMS.2. SAFETY & ENVIRONMENT (HSE) 8.i) Quality Indicator and Standards Time .Rework cost not exceeding 5% of the contract value.3.8. 8. 8. TITLE : PROJECT EXECUTION & QUALITY PLAN Page 27 of 34 8. In other words. standards. organizational structure. Cost . controls and resources for implementing HSE management within the business activities.DOC. : QA-PL–002 REV.2 HSE Objectives The objectives of the HSEMS are to ensure that: a) The health.8 HEALTH. : 00 DOC. NCR – No recurrence of NCR’s of the same nature. auditing and improvement processes are in place to achieve these objectives. responsibilities. practices. b) Arrangements are in place to control those hazards and effects and to deal with the consequences should the need arise. shall be developed to specify requirements of HSEMS to be adhered by the project community.3 HSE Culture 8.8. objectives. processes. . 8. NO. c) The necessary information.8. safety and environmental hazards and effects inherent in the business operations have been systematically identified.

 Participation of staff at all levels by encouraging their involvement and incorporating their input in HSEMS development. 8. effective consistent implementation and maintenance of the HSEMS. Inherent in each of the roles in the business structure is the responsibility and accountability for implementing the HSEMS within their area of authority.8.iv) Management shall provide the necessary resources and support to facilitate adherence of the HSE Policy and the implementation of strategic objective requirements.3.ii) These requirements apply to all leading personnel who provide the leadership.  Commitment of staff at all levels is essential to have a successful.3. and provide improvement measures as necessary. TITLE : PROJECT EXECUTION & QUALITY PLAN Page 28 of 34 8. 8. NO.8. : 00 DOC.DOC. 8.  Motivation to improve personal HSE performance based on positive recognition.4.8.iii) Management shall provide visible leadership and commitment to the HSEMS. These responsibilities are further described in this section.3. 8.8.3. commitment and guidance for the successful implementation of HSEMS. The Project Overall organization has overall responsibility and accountability for managing HSE in CONSULTANT’s activities. including functional areas and management roles.i) Central Management Organisation The organization structure shown in Attachment 1 depicts the CONSULTANT’s Project Overall organization. the project site organisation and the HSE Committee organisation.8.4 Organisation Implementation of HSEMS by CONSULTANT in the project involves three areas of the organisation: The Project Overall organisation. NO. . 8.3.vi) The HSEMS Engineer shall monitor any inconsistencies or lack of management leadership within the company. 8.v) A company culture that supports the HSEMS shall be characterised by:  Belief in the company’s intention to improve and maintain its HSE performance at a required level for effective HSEMS implementation. desirable attitudes and acceptance of individual responsibility. : QA-PL–002 REV. and continually seeking and supporting their suggestions for improvement.8.8.

8.8. 8.8. 8. the CONSULTANT. 8. evaluating and controlling hazards  Provide a channel of communication to exchange ideas. The respective Site Managers shall be responsible for defining the HSE roles and responsibilities of positions at construction sites that are not provided in the HSEMS Plan. and these are described in this section. NO. : 00 DOC.DOC.5 HSE Committee Organisation The Project HSE Committee shall have the mixture of all parties involved in the project i. : QA-PL–002 REV.  All employees of CONSULTANT need to understand that they have a duty and responsibility to stop work that is being attempted in an unsafe manner.  Principal accountabilities shall include the general HSE strategic objectives and others developed for individual positions in the organisation charts to meet agreed HSE targets. problem solving and feedback  All levels of management and supervision personnel shall commit fully to their HSE responsibilities to ensure the success of HSEMS. each of the roles in the project organization has the responsibility and accountability for implementing the HSEMS within their area of authority.i) Roles and Responsibilities of each individual in Projects. NO.6 Implementation Strategy CONSULTANT’s Strategic Objectives associated with Implementation are: 8.8.e. The objectives of the HSE Committee are as follows:  Provide a safe and healthy workplace  Foster co-operation and consultation between management and workers in identifying.4.ii) Project Site Organisation The project site organization has the responsibility and accountability for managing HSE at project site. and Sub- CONTRACTORs. This department reports directly to the Project Manager to ensure autonomy and a direct communication path to senior management for quality and HSE related matters.6. TITLE : PROJECT EXECUTION & QUALITY PLAN Page 29 of 34 Within the Project Overall structure is the Quality and HSE department. and to advise the senior manager immediately where and why this has been done. The Quality and HSE department is facilitator and a resource for the organisation in implementing the HSEMS. Management shall ensure that all employees are provided with a written description of their roles and responsibilities with respect to the HSE management system and have the . Similar to the Project Overall structure. the OWNER.

6.8. OWNER and CONTRACTORs via well-established communication channels. NO. the OWNER. 8.DOC.6. through communication and training at all levels and all locations of works.8. 8. CONSULTANT has established the . EPCC CONTRACTOR shall be required to provide their own HSE Plans to define strategies.6. TITLE : PROJECT EXECUTION & QUALITY PLAN Page 30 of 34 necessary knowledge and skills to perform their current jobs safely.vii) Outstanding HSE performance by OWNERs.6. management review comments and feedback from the workforce. will be reported investigated and analysed in a consistent manner.8. A dedicated document room shall be furnished to ensure effective document and records management of the project. Safety performance will be monitored in a consistent manner across project teams to track HSE performance within the organisation. employees and CONTRACTORs shall be recognised. The Management from CONSULTANT’s side or EPCC CONTRACTOR shall ensure all employees are aware of the standards of the HSEMS to be used. 8. including potentially serious near misses.8.ii) Monitoring and Verification of HSE performance by CONSULTANT and EPCC CONTRACTOR.iii) Communication and Training of Safety. 8.6. : 00 DOC. the local community. as a minimum.viii) Incidents that result in actual losses.8.6. Apart from CONSULTANT’s HSE Plan.9 DOCUMENT MANAGEMENT Document Controller (DC) shall control all project documents and records. NO.v) Management shall ensure that open and effective communication channels are maintained between the employees. CONTRACTORs shall demonstrate compliance and commitment to the CONSULTANT’s HSEMS. 8.vi) CONSULTANT shall continuously improve its HSE performance through adoption of audit recommendations. 8. Corrective actions arising from investigations will be reviewed by Management and recommendations for implementation issued. 8.8. rules and requirement in the implementation of HSE in each package.6. : QA-PL–002 REV. and CONTRACTORs to ensure that HSE concerns of all parties are responsibly addressed.8. 8.iv) All CONTRACTORs will be subject to assessment and pre- qualification prior to contract award. This requirement shall be extended to EPCC CONTRACTORs where CONSULTANT’s role shall be to continuously monitor the performance and make periodic verifications to ensure the HSEMS requirement is met.

procedure Project Document Filing System. The procedure Document Numbering System PM-PR-002 is established to define rules to number a document or record. c) The requirements of the Functional area plans.1 Hierarchy of Document In case of conflict between the requirements of any of the above documents.  Distributing controlled document whether in-process or approved ones.9. milestones (planned and forecast/actual)  Reports from database(s) showing only the responsibility of the functional group Quality Assurance  Monitoring the process of producing documents . the following order of precedence will apply: a) The requirements of contract between WNPOC and OGP for the supply of Consultancy services. For detail methods on filing of document and records. All document and records shall be established and identified by unique numbering. : 00 DOC.2 Responsibility for Document and Records control Document Controller  Maintaining master list of control document. Functional Department  Document & records content  Document & records numbering  Maintaining of database(s) of documents including. b) The requirements of the Project Implementation Manual. PM-PR-001 is established.9. completion. guidelines and procedures.  Maintain all original project records and distribute copies. : QA-PL–002 REV.  Receive and distribute correspondence and maintaining the database of correspondence. QA-PR-001 and Control of Project Records. NO. TITLE : PROJECT EXECUTION & QUALITY PLAN Page 31 of 34 mandatory QMS procedures Document Control. QA-PR-003 to specify the management requirement for the Document and Records control of project. 8. 8. Responsibility for the resolution of all conflicts between project quality system documents rests with the Project Manager. NO.DOC.

NO. Responsibility rests with functional managers to ensure project documentation and quality records in their individual functional area are compiled in an organized manner. shall conduct the following activities:  Coordinating documentation of punch list  Coordinating punch list clearance  Identifying actions to resolve any punch list issues  Reviewing Mechanical Completion checklist  Updating Mechanical Completion checklist  Reviewing Submission of Mechanical Completion Dossiers  Recommend to OWNER the Approval of Mechanical Completion for CONTRACTORs . procurement. which normally led by Construction/Commissioning Manager.3 Project Final Documentation The Project Manager shall have overall responsibility to ensure that final project documentation and quality records are fully monitored by CONSULTANT's project team. and ensure all documentation demonstrates compliance with applicable standards.DOC. : 00 DOC.10 PROJECT COMPLETION MANAGEMENT 8. TITLE : PROJECT EXECUTION & QUALITY PLAN Page 32 of 34  Specifying format of document and records  Monitoring effectiveness of document reviews and approvals whether it is CONSULTANT’s or CONTRACTORs’  Conducting audits and surveillances Project Control  Development of project control databases  Identification of trends and variances against the planned dates  Ensure variances are resolved or accepted and planned dates are amended if required and re-approved. : QA-PL–002 REV. NO.10. 8.9. 8. This team. to ensure the documentation shall fully describe and demonstrate the quality of work performed in engineering. construction and commissioning.1 Mechanical Completion CONSULTANT shall form a specialized monitoring team to verify CONTRACTOR’s Mechanical Completion.

identify any major problems or concerns. Procurement Manager and all Lead Discipline Engineers attend these meetings. 8. the team shall recommend Initial Acceptance of the project and the handover of the plant from CONTRACTOR to OWNER. NO.DOC. OWNER may also be present in the meeting. NO. TITLE : PROJECT EXECUTION & QUALITY PLAN Page 33 of 34 Project QA/QC Engineer shall play his inspection and surveillance role in making sure the correctness and completeness of the CONSULTANT’s produced document and CONTRACTORs’ submitted document. 8. The purpose of these meetings is to review the status/progress of all project activities including activities.10. 8. 8. Upon approval of the dossiers and completion of physical works. 8.10. CONSULTANT shall represent OWNER during discussion or negotiation with CONTRACTOR and also the decision-making in the meeting.11. assign action items and set a schedule for resolving such problems or concerns.4 Monthly Status Report The Engineering Manager is responsible for preparing the engineering section of the Monthly Report.11 CONSULTANT . 8. : 00 DOC.2 Initial Acceptance CONSULTANT’s commissioning team shall conduct monitoring and verification of start-up activities until the stable operation of the plant.2 Meetings with OWNER The Project Manager will schedule and chair monthly meetings with the OWNER as necessary.1 Project Progress Meetings The Project Manager will chair weekly Project Progress Meetings. He is also responsible for assembling . They are held to provide the OWNER with a general status of the Project and to obtain his feedback.11. All the respective managers as well as Lead Discipline Engineers shall attend these meetings.3 Final Acceptance CONSULTANT shall monitor the clearance of all punch lists from Initial Acceptance stage and ensure the completion of Project Handover Dossiers prior to recommending Final Acceptance of the project to OWNER. The Engineering Manager.3 Meetings with CONTRACTOR CONTRACTOR’s Project Manager shall chair the meetings with OWNER.11. The Initial Acceptance Dossiers shall be prepared by CONTRACTOR and submitted to OWNER for review and approval.OWNER INTERFACE 8. : QA-PL–002 REV. Project Control Manager.11.

11.DOC. NO.11. : QA-PL–002 REV. PM-PR-004 specifies the procedure for official written communication between CONSULTANT and Contractor.5 Official Correspondences The procedure Communication & Correspondence Control.6 Unofficial Daily Communication Any informal discussion.CONTRACTOR. 8.OWNER or CONSULTANT . TITLE : PROJECT EXECUTION & QUALITY PLAN Page 34 of 34 the supporting documents and supplying necessary information using the Engineering Management System. . NO. decision-making with OWNER or CONTRACTOR will not be valid unless written documentation is generated to record such communication has occurred between CONSULTANT . negotiation. 8. : 00 DOC.