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: Previous Name: Client: Owner: Present operator: Type: Rig Design: Built By: Year Built: Location: Planned area of operation: Max. Drilling depth: Max. Hookload: Annulars: Derrick: Diverter: Drawworks: Engines: Maintenance System: Mud Pumps: Ram type Preventers: Rotary Table: SCR System: Top Drive: Classification: Date start inspection: Date end inspection: Name surveyor and section(s) inspected. Name surveyor and section(s) inspected. Name surveyor and section(s) inspected. Serial No. Revision date:

LAND DRILLING UNIT


INDEX-DRILLING EQUIPMENT
No. DESCRIPTION: :
HOISTING EQUIPMENT GROUP 5.1 DRAWWORKS 5.2 ROTARY TABLE 5.3 TOP DRIVE SYSTEM 5.4 SWIVEL 5.5 KELLY SPINNER 5.6 KELLY AND KELLY DRIVE BUSHING 5.7 CROWN BLOCK 5.8 TRAVELLING BLOCK 5.9 HOOK DRILL FLOOR EQUIPMENT GROUP 5.10 DRILLING INSTRUMENTATION 5.11 DERRICK 5.12 CASING STABBING BOARD 5.13 TUGGERS AND SHEAVES. MAN-RIDING WINCHES. 5.14 SURVEY LINE PIPE HANDLING EQUIPMENT GROUP 5.15 PIPE SPINNING WRENCH 5.16 EZY-TORQ 5.17 PIPE HANDLING EQUIPMENT 5.18 IRON ROUGHNECK 5.19 PIPE RACKING SYSTEM 5.20 DRILL STRING 5.21 DRILLING SUBS 5.22 FISHING TOOLS 5.23 POWER TONG 5.24 WELL TESTING EQUIPMENT 1 2 3 4 Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Not inspected Not applicable

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Serial No.: 008-2003-0019-LR-L Revision date: September 2002 LR

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HOISTING EQUIPMENT GROUP 5.1 DRAWWORKS Manf:_______ Type:_______ Horsepower Rating:__________ 1

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Ensure that an auxiliary (Eddy Current, hydromatic or reverse current) braking system is installed on each drawwork. Ensure that the coupling engage/ disengage lever is secured Applicable and locked in the engaged position. on rigs with top drive Check spline and coupling between auxiliary brake and drawworks for wear. Check for wear on the U-shaped shifter ring of the coupling between the drawworks and auxiliary brake. Check that the brake is fitted with a system to monitor water temperature and water flow. Can the temperature difference be measured between inlet and outlet port. (Hydromatic brake) Check brake cooling water stuffing box for leaks. Check the cooling water flow for the brake rims. (Should be according manufacturers specifications) Are drill line kick back rollers in good condition. Check condition of drum drill line clamp. Check for wear on: Kick plates on the drum. Check condition of the clutch friction surface of each drum. Check condition of the friction shoe assemblies of each clutch. Check for excessive oil and grease on the drum and shoes of each clutch. Check quick air release valves of the clutches for proper functioning. Operate all clutches and check for leaks. Pull test the make up cathead to 7000 lbs. Pull test the break out cathead to 14000 lbs.

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Check Crown-O-Matic saver device for damage or worn parts. A Crown saver device must be fitted. Crown-O-Matic should NOT be used as manual / parking brake but as emergency brake only as it was originally designed to operate. Function test the crown block saver device. Check drillers console for damaged or malfunctioning gauges. Check the condition of the sand line. Check that the sand line drum clutch bearing is still being greased even if the sand line is not installed. (Several design drawworks will continue to turn during normal Check for wear on: Chains. Check for wear on: Sprockets. Only 3% wear is allowed as maximum.

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Check the oil pump gland for leakage. Check all oil spray nozzles for free flow.

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Is the oil pressure correct. (20 psi running idle and 50 psi at full speed) 31 Check if all bearings have grease lines and if they all take grease. 32 Check all bearings for burned (black) grease deposits and metal content of the grease. This may indicate worn bearings. 33 Check condition of the gears. 34 Is the manual shifting mechanism operating properly. 35 Check the condition and operation of the air operated gear shifting mechanism. 36 Check condition and operation of blocking (safety) system. (This system prevents shifting of the gears when the drawworks is still turning and the neutral brake not energized). 37 Check oil sump for deposits, sludge, etc. 38 Check lubricating oil pump if sprocket is securely attached to the drive shaft. 39 Check for excessive pump bearing clearance. 40 Check all Falk couplings for play and excessive wear. (Spline type grease filled couplings) 41 Are coupling seals intact. (Seals are often damaged due to incorrect greasing) 42 Run block up and down the derrick and listen for excessive noise or vibration. 43 Is enough cable left on the drill line spool to last the next well? 44 Are 12 wraps left on the drum with the elevator on the rotary table. 45 The drilling line spooler should be fixed in the derrick by a 5/8" hanger cable at least 5 m above the drawworks. The cable reel should also be attached to the derrick by an additional safety line. 46 Check when the equalizer bar has last been removed to NDT inspect the lower side of this bar for cracks and the condition of the pin and bushing. (Several have been found cracked recently according to National). 47 Check NDT inspection reports of: Welding area of lugs on both the inside and outside of brake bands. (I.e. the toes of the lugs should not be welded.) 48 Check NDT inspection reports of: brake linkage. 49 Check NDT inspection reports of: brake band at full circumference. 50 Check NDT inspection reports of: the spare brake bands. BAND BRAKE CONVENTIONAL. 51 Check for wear on: Brake pads on band brake.

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Check that all pins on equalizing bar are properly located and retainer rings and pins are still in place. Check if the equalizer bar is level and adjusted properly. Check the threads of the nuts and eye bolts for adjusting the equalizer bar for excessive wear.

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DISK BRAKE - UNIVERSAL 58 Check disc wear. (Max. 3/8" each side). 59 Check disc thickness. (Min. 2 1/4"). 60 Check temperature of hydraulic oil if brake is in continual use. (Max. 200F). 61 Check hydraulic unit air supply. (100/110 psi). 62 Check park brake pressure. (Should be 20% less than system pressure). 63 Check hydraulic filter indicator. 64 Check hydraulic supply pressure: (optimum value): 2,100 psi. 65 Check main brake pressure (optimum value): 1,200 psi. 66 Check park brake pressure (optimum value): 1,000 psi. 67 Check main brake output pressure (optimum value): 1,200 psi. 68 Check main brake equalization pressure: @3000 psi. (I.e. apply brakes slowly until 3000 psi. At this pressure both brakes should have equal pressure). 69 Check main brake pads running clearances. (1/16") 70 Check emergency brake pads clearance. (As close as possible) 71 Check accumulator pre-charge pressure. (800 psi). 72 Check that relief valve setting are set and recalibrated at least 2 yearly. 73 Check condition cooling water hoses and connections. 74 Check brake discs for extreme cracks. 75 Check system components. (Servo valves, etc. If too hot to hold, valve is by-passing excessively). 76 Observe system for noise, vibration or sluggish operations. 77 Check if all gauges are functional. 78 Check hydraulic pump motor current. (At 2100 psi, the motor should not pull more than 9 Amps). 79 Check if the air pump does not short cycle with system engaged. (Should be 15-20 seconds). 80 Check pressure by fitting a pressure gauge to G.P. point. Pressure should be 2000 psi 100 psi during operation. 81 Is emergency stop auxiliary brake in easy reach for the Shell DEN 48/90 driller. 82 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 83 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 5.2 ROTARY TABLE Manf: ______Type:______ Horsepower Rating:_______ Static load rating: ____________ Max. op Max. continues rpm:__________ Max. torque rating:____________ 1 Check lube oil pressure and temp. (35 psi, max. temperature 70 C.) 2 Check low lube oil pressure alarm and is it set at 25 psi? 3 Check oil pump drive assembly for wear and misalignment. 4 Check condition of all hoses for aging and damage. 5 Check condition of the drum brake friction surface. 6 Check condition of friction shoe assemblies. (These should be replaced when worn down to 5/32".) 7 Check condition of release springs and torque bars. 8 Check for excessive oil and grease on the drum and shoes. 9 Check condition of the rubber tube. 10 Check the condition of the brake housing for condition and excessive corrosion. 11 Operate rotary brake and check for air leaks. 12 Check all Falk Couplings for play and excessive wear. (Spline type grease filled couplings) 13 Are coupling seals intact. (Seals are often damaged due to incorrect greasing) 14 Check drive coupling guard if seals leak and fasteners are tightened. 15 Check that hold down ring seal, locking wire and retaining band are still in place. 16 Check lube oil for contamination and check magnetic filter. 17 Check for loose parts in gear box / transmission. 18 Check for overall corrosion damage. 19 Check for wear on the gears and couplings / clutches. 20 Check for excessive bearing wear. 21 Run the oil pump and check for plugged oil lines. 22 Check the shifting mechanism of the transmission and shift gears. 23 Check table locking mechanism for proper operation and condition of the springs. 24 Run rotary table at max. speed for half hour. Check for bearing noise, overheating of bearings and vibrations. Hydraulic driven Rotary Table.

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Check hydraulic drive condition, function check controls. Check for hydraulic oil leaks. Run rotary table on max speed (24 rpm) Check locking system Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 30 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 5.3 TOP DRIVE DRILLING SYSTEM Manufacturer:________ Type:___________ Drive Motor: Hydraulic/Electric. Electric: Serial/Shunt wound. lamps are in good order. 1 Check that all indicating 2 Check all gauges for proper scale and operation: Torque gauge. (MdaN. and Ft lbs). Make-up torque setting gauge. (MdaN & Ftlbs). RPM speed indicator. 3 Check tool joint breaker to the dolly mountings for tightness. 4 Check compensation cylinders to the bail mountings for tightness. 5 Check drilling motor and brake housing mountings for tightness. 6 Check if the mountings for the derrick loops are mounted far enough from the corner, to insure that the hoses cannot catch under the guide rails, but are far enough back to clear tong lines, tugger lines and stabbing boards. 7 Check the air breather on the exhaust side of the control valves for blockage. 8 Check and ensure that the Link Tilt Intermediate Stops are well secured and springs in good condition. 9 Check that the IBOP crank and roller bracket assembly bolts are safety wired or lock tabs installed. 10 Check if the IBOP actuator shells are replaced by the modified type. 11 Check the upper IBOP valve for any surface damage. (Tong marks) (They should be removed after the valve is made12 Actuate the IBOP valve. Verify that the stroke adjustment is correct. 13 Mechanically check for complete opening & closing of IBOP. 14 Check the condition of the torque wrench attaching parts, dies, mounting of the reaction arms, etc. 15 Check the hydraulic hoses of the pipe handler and torque wrench for leaks. 16 Check that the torque arrestor & hanger shaft pins are retained with nuts & cotter pins. 17 Check that adequate service loop brackets are made. 18 Check if the cables are properly routed and properly supported in derrick and TDS. 19 Check that the service loops and mud hose are not overstressed or kinked with TDS on stops or at crown. 20 Check the oil level in the gear box with the motor turned off. 21 Check the oil flow indicator for oil going to the lower quill shaft bearing. 22 Check the oil flow to the take-up bearing. [Varco top drives with integrated swivel] (Orifice to be fitted with 500 micron filter). 23 Check the gear box lubricating oil pressure. (The Alsthom Top Drive should have min. 0.5 bar with gearbox running at idle speed). 24 Check if the lower gear case seals are leaking. Should be greased every day. 25 Inspect the torque wrench stabbing guide for excessive wear and cracks. 26 Check the guide rollers for excessive axial and radial slop and wear. 27 Check series motor overspeed and trip detector. If applicable. 28 Check that the top drive is sufficiently protected against damage by tong lines and tugger cables. 29 Check guide rail for straightness. 30 Check that adequate rail stops are installed. 31 Check that extended swivel bail pins are properly secured. 32 Check if a retrofit dust filter is installed in the closed loop system. 33 Check that the space heaters are wired to be ON whenever the TDS is OFF. 34 Check cooling water flow if applicable. 35 Check if water detection and indication system is operating. (If applicable). 36 Check oil pump loss pressure switch and functioning of indicator system. 37 Check that all grease points are lubricated and pointed out to the crews. 38 Check operating of TDS purge system. 39 Check console purge system. 40 Check automatic shut-down , start interlock and the prepurge period 41 Check transfer panel purge system.

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Check loss of purge air alarm system and automatic shut down (if provided) Check that the hinge pin of the Varco pipe handler is properly in place. Check that the Split Landing Collar (SLC) retainer is still in place with both halves of the SLC. Check that the six support bolts for the torque wrench are tightened to 1200 Nm and lock wired. (MH Type 1898 and 1899) Check the alarm systems to prevent collision between the Link Tilt Park System and other equipment in the derrick. (Maritime Hydraulic) Check the torque wrench and verify that it follows the makeup and break-out cycles. (15 sec. max. cycle time). Turn on the hydraulic and air power and check for leaks. Actuate link tilt and check operation. Be sure that it operates smoothly and that the elevators reach the mouse hole. Verify that the elevator clears the monkey board when the link tilt is actuated. Check the motor brake for proper operation. (Mud can get into the brake and cause problems). Check the operation of the blower. Check blower loss light and alarm function. Check if the top drive motor is operating correctly in both directions. Open the inspection cover of the gear box to verify the condition of the main bull gear teeth. Check if a counterbalance relief valve kit has been installed. Check that there is a bore back stress relief feature in the swivel box stem for improved fatigue resistance. (Existing swivels used on top drives). Check procedures that the TDS unit is fully isolated prior to commencing perforating operations. Check that the dolly bogie assembly is up-graded according to MH Safety Bulletin. (SB-030) Check whether TD S/Bs 59A and 67 are applied in the case of inadvertent break-out of connections (IBOP/Main shaft) Operate the torque wrench and break out the lower IBOP and leave it in the string. ( 1 psi oil pressure = 30 ftlbs torque.) Check the operation of the hydraulic spring, the pilot valves can cause problems when the oil is not clean. Are home-made wireline rollers installed on the TDS? Shell insists on installation of the VARCO wireline adapter assembly. Check that ultrasonic inspections carried out to detect signs of erosion and/or corrosion of the inside diameter. (5 years or 15,000 Rhrs.) Check that NDT inspection of all load bearing areas have been carried out according Varco's recommendations. (12 months or 3,000 Rhrs.) Check that when a load shoulder upper IBOP valve is used the connection between the valve and mainshaft is NDT inspected on a 6 monthly or 1,500 Rhrs. basis.

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Check that the Retractable Guide Dollies used on Varco top drives and travelling blocks are NDT inspected for cracks. (Cracks develop in and around the area where the lower retract arm stop is located). CAN Rig Model 1275AC-681 68 Has the recommended modification to the linktilt bracket / Canrig link support casting been carried out. It was recommended product that 4x3/4"x2" bolts be added in accordance with drwg no. C- bulletin 16 3-689-11-0 revA. 69 Has the modification to the block guides been done to stop Canrig them from catching on the torque guide seam.(bevelling of product the urethene ends) the block guides should be fitted with bulletin 15 safety chains. 70 Ensure all torque guide flange bolts are wired to prevent Canrig them coming loose and dropping. product bulletin 11 71 Ensure the pressure relief valve on the extended side of the Canrig link tilt is not set too high. (600psi is recomm.) product bulletin 08 72 Check cap between brake pads and disc (minimum 0.006") 73 Check HPU discharge pressure is set at 2,350 psi 74 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 75 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 5.4 SWIVEL

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Check bearing clearance if no records are available. Drain oil in swivel and check for metal particles. Check bail pin clearance by using a dial indicator. (Max. 0.040") 7 Check that NDT inspection reports are available stated that NDT Records the welded bail pin keepers were checked. (National Oilwell P-500/P-650). 8 Has swivel yoke been NDT inspected for cracks in the last 6 Frequency NDT Records; API months and are valid inspection reports available. apply to RP 8B equipment in use during the period specified 9 Check that the swivel was completely disassembled to carry Frequency NDT Records; API out the 5 yearly check of the bearings for wear and the apply to RP 8B section 3.4 internal load bearing parts for cracks. (NDT) equipment in use during the period specified 10 Check that the threaded connection of the swivel has been API RP 8B inspected for cracks and a valid inspection report available. 11 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 12 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 5.5 KELLY SPINNER 1 Check air supply and control hoses for leaks and deterioration. 2 Are air and control hoses properly supported along the rotary hose. (Every 4-5 feet) 3 Check the air line lubricator. 4 Check the operation of the spinner. 5 Check that the kelly spinner is yearly disassembled to the PM Tasks / extend necessary to conduct NDE of the primary load HISTORY REC.; carrying components including all highly stressed areas of API RP 8B section the kelly spinner has been inspected for cracks and is a 3.1.4 (Category IV) valid inspection report available. 6 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 7 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 5.6 KELLY & KELLY DRIVE BUSHING Type:________ 1 Check roller bearing clearance with pry bar. 2 Check the clearance between the roller face and the side of the kelly. (Max. allowable 1/8") 3 Check roller driving surface wear. (Square kelly rollers max. 1/8" and hex. kelly rollers max. 1/16" wear allowed.) 4 Inspect drive pins for wear. 5 Check if pins are not loose. 6 Top and bottom halves should have clearance. (1/8" when new) 7 Check the thrust washers, if they are turning the lock pins will need replacing to avoid wearing out of the roller pins and inside journal area. 8 Check kelly stripper rubber. 9 Check that the 4 hold-down bolts on the lower half of the (Varco Service kelly bushing (Type HDS and HDP) are of the one piece bolt Bulletin No.12, and nut design and not the old type stud and weld-on nut by 03/31/93) (Varco looking at the underneath side of the kelly bushing. Service Bulletin No.16, 11/03/93) 10 Check kelly for wear. (1-1/4" is the max. allowable width of the wear pattern). 11 Check kelly for straightness. 12 Check condition of the spare kelly. 13 Is the spare kelly properly stored? 14 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 15 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 5.7 CROWN BLOCK Manf:__________ Sheaves, Number:____ Size:__________ Load Check sheaves for wobble and bearing wear. Rating:_________ 1 2 Check sheaves for wear and damage. 3 Check if crown block sheaves are properly greased.

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Check for loose bolts, etc. Check if guards are in place and secured. Check for equal spacing between the sheaves. Are jumper bars installed to avoid the cable jumping of the sheaves in the event of a sudden loss of hook load. (Including one on the top of the sheave) 8 Check the sheave grooves for excessive wear. (MH sheaves are gauged by measuring the depth of the grooves. New 60 mm, max. 63-64 mm) (Only gauge the sheaves when the blocks are hung-off for safety reasons). 9 Marking of sheaves must be done according API to confirm sheaves are comply with the API Spec's sample: (AB CO 1 1/8 Spec 8A logo month / year 36) is a sheave fabricated as per API Spec', and of 36" diameter for a 1 1/8" wire 10 Drilling and casing line sheaves: Grooves for drilling and casing line sheaves shall be made for the rope size specified by the purchaser. The bottom of the groove shall have a radius R, Table 2, subtending an arc of 150 degrees. The sides of the groove shall be tangent to the ends of the bottom arc. Total groove depth shall be a minimum of 1.33d and a maximum of 1.75d, where d is the nominal rope diameter shown in Fig. 3. Sand-line sheaves: Grooves for sand-line sheaves shall be made for the rope size spefcified by the purchaser. The bottom of the groove shall have a radius R, Table 2, subtending an arc of 150 degrees. The sides of the groove shall be tangent to the ends of the arc. Total groove depth shall be a minimum of 1.75d and a maximum of 3d, where d is nominal rope diameter (see Fig. 3, Detail B). 11 Check that the crown was NDT inspected for possible cracks in beams. 12 Check that the crown block was completely disassembled to Frequency carry out the 5 yearly check of the bearings for wear and the apply to sheaves and shaft for cracks. (NDT) equipment in use during the period specified 13 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 14 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 5.8 TRAVELLING BLOCK Manf:_______ Type:_______ Load rating:_______ Sheaves, Number: _______ Size: __________ for wear. 1 Inspect sheave grooves 2 Check sheaves for wobble and bearing wear. 3 Check if guards are in place and properly secured. 4 Check the travelling block for wear, damage, cracks or metal deformation. 5 Check that no improper/unapproved welding has taken place which could have effected the bearings. (Dolly attachment) 6 Are the travelling block sheaves properly greased. 7 Check condition of travelling block hang-off lines. 8 Check when the travelling block was completely Frequency disassembled to carry out the 5 yearly check of the bearings apply to for wear and the sheaves and shaft for cracks? (NDT) equipment in use during the period specified 9 Check that the high load bearing areas of the travelling Frequency block are regularly NDT inspected. (Yearly) apply to equipment in use during the period specified 10 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 11 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 5.9 HOOK Manf: ______________ Type: _____________ Load rating: _____________ 1 Check hook for free and easy operation and proper locking. 2 Check snubber for oil leaks and oil level. 3 Does the hook have an effective safety latch. 4

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Fixtures and accessories are preferably attached to structures by means of suitable clamps. Do not drill or burn holes in any members or perform any welding without first obtaining approval of the manufacturer or the qualified person, as applicable. Check all hand rails for damage and cracked welds. Check if the ladder is fitted with resting platforms and cages unless a ladder climbing safety assist device is used. Check all ladders for bad rungs, cracked welds and cleanliness and check all ladder retaining cages for damage. Check if proper safety slings are installed on all equipment mounted in the derrick. (Tugger sheaves, derrick lighting, etc.) Check each tugger line sheave for proper tonnage. Verify that the tugger sheaves are the proper size for the line in use. Check that all the tugger sheave bearings can be greased and do accept grease. Check rig floor and derrick illumination when dark. Check condition of winch(es) at the monkeyboard. Visually check dp and dc rack fingers for cracks. Check that safety cables or chains are in place. Inspect safety belts and belly buster on monkeyboard. Ensure that no loose equipment is laying in the derrick. Check the derrick man escape line system. (Mandatory on landrigs) Check condition of deadline stabilisers. Check that the dead line is not touching the derrick. Check the condition of the drill line roller guide. Check that the turnbuckles in the derrick (if applicable) are properly lock wired. Check the TV system installed in the derrick, one camera at the monkeyboard level and one at the stabbing board level. (For rigs with a top drive). Check condition of Sella block type anti-fall device which should be installed to protect the derrick man. Check condition of electric cables and lights especially in that part of the derrick which is classified as a hazardous area. Check if valid test certificates and inspection reports of the derrick are available? (NDT inspection of high stress areas)

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Check NDT inspection reports of the pad eyes for the travelling block hang-off lines. 38 Check NDT inspection reports of the V-door floor supports. 39 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 40 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 5.12 CASING STABBING BOARD Type:__________ Hydraulic/air operated 1 Check bolts on dolly and derrick attachment. 2 Check condition of the wire line or chain. 3 Check sheave rotation and condition. 4 Check cable clamps for tightness. (If fitted) 5 Check the anti-fall safety mechanism of the stabbing board. 6 Check if the hoist is long enough to reach the bottom of the track. 7 Check if the chain hoist is equipped with a positive stop which prevent the chain end from being pulled through the sheave. 8 Check the condition of the Sella block type anti-fall device which should be installed above the stabbing board and connected to the stabbers safety harness. 9 Check the condition of the stabbers safety belt/harness. 10 Visually inspect the unit for cracks and damage. 11 Check if the operational height range is sufficient? 12 Check if the stabbing board tracks are substantial enough for the task. 13 Check if the closing plates at the bottom of the tracks are capable of supporting the board. (In the event of any failure, the loaded board must not become detached from the 14 Check if the board surface is non-slip and does it have proper handrails. 15 Check if the platform is fitted with a lock latch mechanism when it is not in motion. 16 Check if the platform is fitted with a free-fall brake. 17 Check that the hoisting/lowering control is self centering. 18 Check that it is not possible to lower the board by brake only.

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Check that the platform is fitted with two locking devices. One operating with the lifting handle at neutral and the other operating when the hoisting system fails. (Both operate independently). 20 Check that the hook is fitted with an effective safety latch. (If fitted) 21 Check that 3 full turns of wire rope should remain on any drum and where reasonably practical, upper and lower limit switches should be fitted. 22 Check that upper and lower limit switches are fitted. 23 Check that anchorage's for the rope or chain are corrosion free and in good order. (They must not be altered with-out Certifying Authority approval.) 24 Check that when a hydraulic unit is in use (cherry picker) the hydraulic system is failsafe in case of loss of hydraulic pressure. 25 Test the hoist and lowering system of the platform. 26 Check that a safety factor of 10:1 is applied to the raising/lowering chain or rope load rating. 27 Are rig specific procedures available for hooking up of the casing stabbing board. 28 Check NDT inspection reports of the high load bearing areas. 29 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 30 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 5.13 TUGGERS AND SHEAVES Type:__________ Hydraulic/air operated 1 Check the condition of the drill floor tuggers. (Brake linkage, auto brakes, rims, brake bands, shut of valves, etc). 2 Check that the winch control automatically return to neutral when released. 3 Is the cable end well secured. 4 Check that the brake will hold when load is suspended. 5 Check the cable for crushed, broken or whickered spots. 6 Inspect the tail chain and shackle for stretch, caliper opening in hook, if it is larger then the chain size replace the hook. (Only shackle allowed for Shell operations). 7 Check if air tuggers exhaust is vented to an area that does not create a safety hazard. 8 Check that drum guards are in place and in good condition. 9 Check if protective guards are installed on air line oiler and water separator bowls. 10 Check that the Safe Working Load is clearly marked on each tugger. 11 Check that a ball valve is installed in the main air supply line of each tugger close to the operating control. (This in order to quickly close the air supply in case of a failure of the tugger controls). 12 Check if the tuggers are fitted with a simple spooling device to avoid hand injuries while guiding the wire line. 13 Check the NDT inspection reports that the foundations were inspected. 14 Check the condition of the pedestals and foundations. MAN-RIDING WINCHES 15 Check that the winch control automatically return to neutral when released. 16 Check that an auto-brake has been fitted which applies the brake when the control lever is released or on loss of power. 17 Check that the manual operated brake is in good condition. (Must be fitted) 18 Check that no disengaging clutch is fitted. 19

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Check that specific written instructions are available in the operations manual for all man-riding applications. 20 Manriding winches should be fitted with a load limiting device. 21 Manriding winches should be marked "manrinding only" 22 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 23 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 5.14 SURVEY LINE Manf:_______ Type:______ Wire,size:________ Length:____________ Drum capacity: _________ Location of thelength of survey line. 1 Check condition and unit: _________ 2 Check operation of the winch. 3 Check for hydraulic leaks. 4 Check footage counter. 5 Check the sheaves. 6 Check line spooler. 7 Check the condition and tension of the drive chain. 8 Check the hydraulic pump and motor for proper functioning and check condition of the coupling.

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5.15 PIPE SPINNING WRENCH Manf:_________ Type:___________ Air/Hydraulic operated 1 Check drive rollers or chain sprockets for wear and damage. 2 Check idler rollers or chain for damage. 3 Check hydraulic/air motor for leaks. 4 Check for leaks on clamping cylinder. 5 Check condition of air motor, air lines, lubricator, muffler, etc. (Air operated unit) 6 Check hoses and couplings for wear, aging and chafing. 7 Check that control lever returns to neutral automatically when controls are released. 8 Check control levers and linkage for wear and free movement. 9 Check all shackles, cables, lifting cylinder or springhanger for proper hook up and damage. 10 Check that the spring hanger or lifting cylinder is fitted with a safety sling. 11 Visually check for cracks the lifting point and attachment point of the hanging arm.

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Check operating oil pressure (2000 psi.) If applicable. Check that a back-up pump and motor is installed and hooked up. (Hydraulic units only)? 14 Check the oil reservoir low oil level pump shut off. (Hydraulic units) 15 Function test unit in forward and reverse and verify proper operation. 16 Check that the lifting points are regular NDT inspected. 17 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 18 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 5.16 EZY-TORQ 1 Check all fasteners for tightness. 2 Check hydraulic system for leaks. 3 Check all hoses for wear and aging. 4 Check condition of the wire line. 5 Check condition of pull back spring. 6 Inspect sheaves, sheave bearings and sheave pins for wear. 7 Check that all mounting points are regularly NDT inspected for cracks. 8 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 9 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 5.17 PIPE HANDLING EQUIPMENT Manf.:___________ Type:___________ 1 Check counter weights and hanging cables for wear and damage. 2 Check if a safety sling is installed to each tong counter weight. Only required when not fully encased or running in guides. 3 Check the clearance between the tong dies and die slots. (Max. 1/16") 4 Check the condition of the "keys" above and below the dies. (Should be the original pins which are locked with a split pin) 5 Visually check the tongs for excessive wear of all jaws, hinges, etc. 6 Check for bent arms and hanging straight. 7 Check the condition of the tong make-up line. 8 Check the condition of the tong break-out line. 9 Check the condition of the tong back-up lines. 10 Check the condition of the tong pull line wire quide rollers. 11 Inspect the snub-line posts for proper mounting to the drill floor. (Not welded or bolted onto the floor but stabbed through a sleeve/pipe which is affixed to the drill floor as well as to the lower flanges of the main drill floor girders.) SLIPS AND DOG COLLARS 12 Check inserts and insert slots for damage and wear. (Slips to be replaced when there is 1/8 to 3/16" clearance between the back of the inserts and the insert slots). 13 Check condition of the handles. 14 Check for worn hinges and hinge pins.

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Check with a straight edge the back and face of the slip segments for bent or worn parts. Check that the old style footlatch of the Varco PS-15 power slip assembly has been replaced by a safety latch lock.

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Check that the Varco PS-16 air powered slip is fitted with side outlet pressure relief valve. (Setting 250 psi.) 18 Check the condition of the dog collars. 19 Check that the dog collars are stored in a oil bath. PS-21 and PS-30 Varco slips. 20 Check that the Varco PS-21 or 30 hydraulic powered slip is operating properly. 21 Is the PS-21 or PS-30 modification with the auto grease system (FIF # 889) carried out. 22 Is the PS-21 or PS-30 modification with the Flushing / Filtration kit (FIF#890) system carried out. (free of charge Varco mod.) Is the PS-21 or PS-30 modification with new actuator kit (FIF#891) carried out. (free of charge Varco mod.) Check if insert carriers are properly marked for the size range and the Ram guides for specific pipe size. Are the 13-5/8" _ 14" insets for the PS-30 modified to allow removal and installation of the PS-30 when casing is installed. Check that lifting swivels are of the new style (one piece bail design) a complete removal of the swivel hoist rings and welded brackets is a later modification. Are the inserts for the PS-21 or PS-30 upgraded with load rings as recommended by Varco.

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ELEVATOR LINKS 28 Visually check for wear and damage. 29 Measure wear on upper and lower eyes. 30 Check if the present wear requires the bails to be down rated. 31 Ensure that all mounted hardware (i.e. bolts, pins etc.) are properly secured with locking wire, lock tabs (bent tab washers) or split pins. ELEVATORS 32 Check that all air operated elevators are supplied with load sensors to prevent inadvertent opening when loaded. (Maritime Hydraulic (MH) air-operated elevators can be opened if the elevator is supporting a load less than 2 tons). 33 Check for wear or damage of upsets that would affect elevator efficiency and handling ability or down grade load ratings. 34 Check handles and latches for wear. 35 Function elevators to check for full closing with no slop or wear. 36 Check the correct ID of the DC elevators. (6 " dc: max. ID is 6 1/16", 7 3/4" dc: max. ID is 7 ", 8" dc: max. ID is 7 11/16", 9" dc: max. ID is 8 7/16"). 37 Check that warning labels are fitted to all 3 " and 5" MH-air operated elevators and remote control panels. (Warning of the danger of inadvertent operation while lightly loaded). 38 Check that warning labels are supplied and fitted to VarcoBJ slip type and 18-degree taper air operated elevators. [They can be opened with loads up to 2 tons (1,820 kg). Collar type loads up to 15 tons (13,650 kg)]. 39 Check the integral slips of the 4 1/2" x 2 3/8" dual elevators. (They have been known to fail in service due to improper heat treatment). 40 Check that the BJ 175, 250, 350 and 500 ton elevator/spiders are equipped with a modification kit that has a lock finger instead of a lock cam, which provides a positive lock. 41 Check the hinge pin clearance of the Varco-BJ FMS- 375 elevator. (The hinge pin clearance should not exceed 0.050"). 42 Check the lifting eyes of the Varco-BJ (Flush Mounted Spider) FMS-375. 43 Check the Baash-Ross 200 ton elevators. (They are derated for use on Shell operations to 125 tons). 44 Check NDT inspection reports for the tongs. 45 Check NDT inspection reports that the slips were inspected. 46 Check NDT inspection reports that the dog collars (safety clamps) were inspected. 47 Check NDT inspection reports.

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Check that the lifting eyes of the Flush Mounted Spider (FMS) - 375 are included in the lifting gear inspection program. 50 Check that the master bushing and bowl pullers are included in the lifting gear inspection program and regularly NDT inspected. MASTER BUSHINGS 51 Check the taper of the bowls with a straight edge. (Replace the API drilling bowls when the taper indicates wear from the tool joint). 52 Check the hinge pins (MPCH only) for excessive clearance allowing the bushings to open. (If a movement of 1/16" (2 mm) can be accomplished between the two halves with the pins in place or the OD of the pins is worn down by 1 mm than the pins are worn.) 53 Check if the kelly drive bushing holes have become egg shaped due to wear. 54 Check the rotary table for excessive wear. 55 Check if an arrow and L for LOCK on the master bushing and an ARROW on the LOCKING pin for locking the insert bowls in the master bushings has been welded on. 56 Check that split casing bushings have a minimum length of 17" to avoid from falling through the rotary table. Tubular shuttle (catwalk machine) 57 Function test the catwalk machine by

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handling heavy wate drill pipe and drill collars from the pipe rack to drill floor (elevator pick up point) Check for hydraulic leaks. Check for aging hydraulic hoses. Load test the chute with biggest size drill collars: Max 12 mT.

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Recommendations to be made regarding the general 4 condition of the system. 4 69 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 5.18 IRON ROUGHNECK Manf: ____Type:______ Pipe sizes: _____ Max. make-up torque: _____ Max. break-out torque: ____ 1 Hydraulic pressure should be set between 2000 and 2200 3 psi. 2 Check for excessive movement of unit when clamping onto 3 the drill string which indicates that it is not sitting level. 3 Check oil filter indicator on hydraulic power unit. 3 4 Check motor coupling for wear. 3 5 Check that the driller can see the torque gauge. 3 6 Check the pipe spinner rollers for wear and damage. 3 7 Remove the covers on both sides of the unit and inspect the 3 gear train for wear, pull on each gear to check if they are tight. 8 Drain an oil sample out of the spinning wrench gear case 3 and check for metal cuttings. 9 Run hydraulic power unit and check for leaks. 3 10 Function test the operation of the torque wrench. 3 11 Function test the pipe spinner. 3 12 Ensure that on Varco Iron Roughnecks the dowell pin of the (Shell WESA 113, 3 jaw hinge pin is of the solid type. All hollow type dowell pins 14/8/96) (Varco should be replaced and removed from stock. Service Bulletin 134, 23/1/87) 13 Check that the latches and gates being NDT inspected on a NDT Records 3 semi-annual basis for cracks. (The material in these two components has been upgraded to increase the cold temperature toughness of these parts. This upgrade can be identified by a stamped cast mark of an encircled "P" or "PS". 14 Recommendations to be made regarding the general 4 condition of the system.

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Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 5.19 PIPE RACKING SYSTEMS Manf:________________ Type:_________________ 1 Check hydraulic pumps and motors for unusual noise, vibration and signs of overheating. 2 Check if the oil reservoir is equipped with a low level alarm or low level sump shut off device. 3 Check hydraulic system for leaks and hoses for wear and aging. 4 Check air piping and connections for leaks. 5 Check skate guide rollers, stabber guide rollers and drive pinion for looseness, freedom of movement and build up of dirt. Check bolts in lower plate and lifting arm cylinder. 6 Check skate drive wire rope cable, sheaves and guides for freedom of movement and good condition. 7 Check stabber drive spline shaft covers and stabber jaws for proper operating condition. 8 Check hydraulic cylinders, air cylinders and drive motors for proper mounting and good condition. 9 Check condition of upper and lower jaws on the pipe conveyer. 10 Run the pipe racker and check the proper operation. DRILL FLOOR 11 Inspect rat hole assembly. (If applicable). 12 Inspect mouse hole assembly. (The drain should either be located on the side or the spring plate should be cylindrical) 13 Check that there is a good drainage system from the racked tubulars. If there is a possibility of an ice plug forming. PIPE RACKING ARM (manipulator arm) 14 Check the support rollers on the arm for free rotation. 15 Visually inspect the hoses for deterioration. 16 Check the hydraulic cylinders for oil leaks and the rods for scoring. 17 Check if there is an indication in the drillers cabin to indicate that the pipe handling arm is extended of the automatic pipe handler. 18 Are the hydraulic systems failsafe in case of loss of hydraulic pressure? 19 Remove the pinion cover and inspect the condition of the bull and pinion gears. 20 Remove the rear cover plate and examine all hoses and connections for leaks and condition. 21 Check the unit for proper operation. 22 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 23 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 5.20 DRILL STRING 1 Check the condition of the internal coating especially below the box in the pipe is most vulnerable area. 2 Check that the pins and boxes are doped before pipe is laid down. 3 Check the severity of the slip notches. 4 Check that the drill string has been used recently and if not, how is the corrosion build up and has the pipe been rattled? 5 Check the condition of the tool joints. 6 Check the condition of the drill string if it has been exposed to corrosive fluids or gasses. 7 Check that hard facing on the tooljoints is ARNCO 200 XT or Armacor. (Only for Total rigs). 8 Check if the pipe has been washed out before it is laid down. 9 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 10 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 5.21 DRILLING SUBS 1 Check that all drilling subs are at the rig according to the contract. 2 Check that the cementing cross-over 4"IF Pin x 2"Weco Fem. has been NDT inspected in the bottle neck. 3 Check that all lifting subs, caps, etc. are regularly NDT inspected. 4 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 5 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 5.22 FISHING TOOLS 1 Check if all fishing tools specified by the contractor are at the rig. 2 Check that the tools catch all sizes of the drilling contractors equipment.

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LAND RIG DRILLING UNIT

INDEX-MUD SYSTEM No.: 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 6.6 6.7 6.8 6.9 6.10 6.11 6.12 6.13 1 2 3 4 DESCRIPTION: MUD PUMPS SHALE SHAKER MUD CLEANER DESILTER DESANDER DEGASSER CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS MUD AGITATORS MUD MIXING SYSTEM STANDPIPE MANIFOLD AND ROTARY HOSES. BULK AIR SYSTEM AND TANKS CENTRIFUGE CEMENTING UNIT Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Not inspected Not applicable Critical Major Minor PAGE No.: Serial No.: 008-2003-0019-LR-L Revision date: September 2002 LR-008 L

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6.1 MUD PUMPS Manf:____________ Type:____________ Number:_____________ Max.hp/pum Liner sizes available:__________ Max.press. rating pump:__________ Fluid end conversion____________ Record the mud pumps serial numbers in the report. 1 Check pump records and decide which liners, valves and 2 seats have to be inspected. Inspect fluid ends for signs of corrosion, washing, excessive wear, recent repair or welding. (No unauthorized welding/ repairs/modifications without proper certification and testing) Remove all valve covers and check the threads of the valve covers and the threads in the fluid ends for cracks and excessive wear. Inspect the valve cap sealing areas for pitting and wash-outs. Remove the liners and wear plates and inspect the seal area for excessive pitting and possible wash-outs. Disassemble and inspect for wear and corrosion at least one gate valve on the pump. Check the condition of the spare fluid ends. Check precharge pressure of pulsation dampeners. (400-650 Psi for discharge and 15 psi for suction damper for 5,000 psi pumps). (650-850 psi pre-charge for 7,500 psi mud pumps)

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Check the pressure relief valves. (Preferable no threaded connections, but safety chain installed across valve if threaded connections are used) Check that the mud pump relief valve vent line is selfdraining. (To prevent gelled or solidified mud causing a blockage.) Relief valve discharges should be located and anchored so as to prevent a hazardous condition due to sudden discharge or piping movement. Inspect all high pressure piping including the pressure relief valve vent line for proper support, that no weld repairs/modifications have been conducted without the proper certification and testing. Check if a strainer has been installed in the suction line of each pump to prevent foreign particles from entering the pumps. Check fluid and power end bolting for tightness. Check suction flange and discharge flange bolts for tightness. Check the suction lines for excessive corrosion, cracked welds, etc. Check if tattle tale holes in fluid cylinders and valve pods are open and clear. Inspect suction and discharge valve seats for proper sealing and condition of taper. (Wear, corrosion washouts, etc.) (Pull seats if in doubt) Check that guards are installed over the pony rod wells. Check the lube.oil pump of the power end for proper operation and sufficient discharge pressure. Check the low oil pressure alarm system. Check the lube. oil pump for each chain case. Visually inspect the chains for any damage such as broken or cracked rollers, missing split pins, broken links etc. Check the pinion and bull gears in the power end for pitting, wear, sharp edges broken teeth and overheating. Check the oil system for plugged lines and metal particles in the system. (Especial the lines to the main bearings). Visually check for cracks in the crankshaft. Check the bearings for any signs of over heating, pitting, cracks in roller cages, cracked inner races, etc.. Check the bearing clearances. (Record results in report)

IADC Drilling Manual section J-2.I.C + J-2.II.B ASME Section 8 Division 1; API Spec 16D section 2.2.1.4; API Spec 16D section 3.1.2.3; IADC Drilling Manual section J-2.II.C API RP 54 section 9.13.7; PUWER 98; MHSWR 1992 API RP 54 section 9.13.2; PUWER 98 MHSWR 1992

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Check the lateral clearance of the pinion shaft when in doubt about the condition of the bearings. (Max. end play 0.005 0.006") Check the that the bolts of the power end cover are in good order. (Broken/sheared bolts indicate main bearing wear) Check the cavity on top of the crosshead guides for metal particles. (Particles indicate worn/damage bearings) Open the side covers and inspect the crossheads and guides. Check the crosshead pin bearing clearance. (0.001- 0.007"). Check that the crosshead pin fully contact the taper of the crosshead. (Broken crosshead pin retainer bolts indicate a loose crosshead pin) Check the last crosshead clearance readings or have readings taken when required. (0.015 - 0.025", although an upper limit is not given by some manufacturers) Check the wiper seals on the pony rods for cracks, leakage, IADC Drilling Manual section etc. J-6.E Check that the clean out spaces of the settling chambers are regularly drained/cleaned. Check if the locking wire is still installed on all internal bolting. Tap all bolts and nuts with a small hammer to check for tightness. Check availability and condition of service tools. Check that the rubber goods are stored in a cool area. Check the operation and condition of the console controls, indicators and wiring. Check the purge air system. (if required) Run pump at low speed and at 90 % of maximum speed and check for excessive noise, vibrations and knocking. Operate and pressure test all valves on pump and standpipe manifold to maximum working pressure. Check if the proper torque is applied by re-torquing the clamps of the pony rods. Check that an alignment sleeve is available for installation of Southwest fluid ends. (If installed) Verify placement of emergency stops / switch on pumps. Verify proper tensioning of the drive belts (if installed) 1/43" or 1/64" per 1" of V-belt span Check NDT inspection reports when the pony rod ends, pistons rod ends, intermediate rods, etc. were last inspected.

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Has the high pressure mud system been checked on wall thickness and has the results been analyzed? 52 Check if the crankshaft is NDT inspected on a yearly basis. 53 Check that all studs of the fluid end bolting being replaced or NDT inspected at a regular interval to prevent fatigue failures. (For instance per 12,000 Rhrs) 54 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 55 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 6.2 SHALE SHAKER Manf:___________ Type:_____________ Number: _____________Cap:_________ 1 Check shock mounts for swelling, collapse or cracking. It is normal for each mount to sag about 3/4". 2 Check entire shaker for structural damage. Check lube oil input lines and hose couplings for leaks. 3 4 Check indicator pin on top of oil filter to see if it indicates a dirty filter. Check that bottles are installed on the side of the unit. They 5 should accumulate 3 oz. of oil in 24 hours. 6 Check condition of: The float mounts. 7 Check condition of: The draw bars. 8 Check condition of: The screen bed. 9 Check condition of: The channel rubber. 10 Check condition of: The rapid change tension bolts. 11 Operate and check all gates and valves for proper operation and closing. 12 Check the size and design of the feed header box. 13 Check if there is an direct line to the burning pit to dump with cement contaminated mud. 14 Thule Shakers: Check the vibrator unit drive assembly. (Remove covers and check V-belts and bearings) 15 Thule Shakers: Check the "Pneumoseal" clamping system for the lower screens. (Maximum pressure 90 psi.) 16 Run and check proper operation. 17 Check the mud solids control system. (Ask a copy of the system). 18 Check for any potential problems in this system. SHALE SHAKER: BRANDT TRIPLE TANDEM 19 Inspect shock mounts for swelling, collapse or cracking. 20 Check all bolts for tightness. 21 Check V-belts for proper tension, wear and alignment. 22 Check that the V-belt guard is in place and in good order. SHALE SHAKER: BRANDT CASCADE 23 Check condition and operation of the angle adjustment plates and safety pins. 24 Check hydraulic oil level in reservoir. 25 Check vent is open on hydraulic pump. 26 The vibrator housings require to be greased with the ISO FLEX Topas grease recommended grease. NB52 or NB 152 for high temp operation. 27 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 28 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 6.3 MUD CLEANER Type:_____________ Capacity:___________ 51

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Check screen spacer height, minimum 3/4". Check shock mounts for swelling, collapse or cracking. Check entire shaker for structural damage. Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 11 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 6.4 DESILTER Number of cones and size: _______________ Pump manufacturer and type _____ Motor HP_____ Impeller size, installed: __________________ Impeller size, availa 1 Visually inspect all cones for wear. Check piping for corrosion and wear and function all valves. 2 3 Check for plugged inlet piping. 4 Check mud tank suction line for solids build up and mud cake. 5 Check that a correct pressure gauge is installed. 6 Check pump packing and pump pressure. 7 Operated the pump and check for vibration and bearing wear. 8 Check the associated pipe work for possible problem areas. 9 Check the spare parts for the desilter and desilter pump. 10 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 11 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 6.5 DESANDER Manf:_______ Type: ________Cap:________ Number of cones and sizes: _______ Pump manufacturer and type: _________ _________________ Motor HP: ______ Impeller size, installed: _____________ Impeller, size, available: ________________ 1 Visually inspect all cones for wear. IADC Drilling Manual section Y-2.C.c Check piping for corrosion and wear and function all valves. 2 3 Check for plugged inlet piping. 4 Check mud tank suction line for solids build up and mud cake. Check that a correct pressure gauge is installed. 5 6 Operated the pump and check for vibration and bearing wear. 7 Check pump packing and pump pressure. 8 Check associated pipe work for any potential problem areas. IADC Drilling Manual section Y-2.C Brandt Hydrocyclone 9 Check that butterfly valves are installed on the pump suction and discharge lines. The valves or fittings should be at least 2x pipe diameter . 10 Verify that a centrifugal pump is used for suction (feed) and not a reciprocating pump as this will result in fluctuations in the suction (feed). 11 If a suction screen is in place, make sure that the screen area is at least 2x greater than the suction line area. 12 Verify that an overflow is in place to the next downstream compartment of the unit's suction. The overflow should have a downward directed slope and a splash plate installed on the discharge (1 foot per 6ft. Discharge line length) 13 Verify if a water flush line is installed to assist removal of solids. 14 Verify that during normal operation the feed of the pump will be indicated on the feed gauge with a pressure of 4x the mud weight (PPG). Else a low pressure can result in poor separation and fluid loss. High pressure can result in increased wear. 15 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 16 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 6.6 DEGASSER Manf: ________________ Type: _____________________ 1 Open tank for inspection. (Corrosion, solidified mud, etc). 2 Check V-belts and sheaves for deposit build up. 3 Check that the V-belt guard is in place and in good order. 4 Run vacuum compressor and check for vibration, knocking and overheating. 5 Check the vacuum gauge and vacuum. 6 Check the three way valve and float. Run unit and check for proper operation. (Overloading may 7 occur when the unit was not cleaned). Check oil level. 8 9 Check the vent line: corrosion, size, and discharge area. 10 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 11 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 6.7 CENTRIFUGAL PUMPS Manf:_____________ Type:________________ Check all centrifugal pumps for vibration. 1 2 Check all pumps for leaking shaft seals. 3 Check all pumps for bad bearings. 4 Check that the couplings are properly protected.

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Recommendations to be made regarding the general 4 Minor 6 condition of the system. 7 Recommendations to be made regarding structural 4 Minor improvement to the system. 6.8 MUD AGITATORS Type:_________________ Number:_____________ Check for play in top and bottom bearings when tanks are 3 Major 1 empty. 2 Check if the upper and lower bearings of the reduction 3 Major gearbox will accept grease. 3 Check gearbox oil level. 3 Major 4 Run agitators and check for vibrations. 3 Major 5 Run agitators and check for the proper running direction. 3 Minor 6 Check if the paddles are in good order. 3 Minor Recommendations to be made regarding the general 4 Minor 7 condition of the system. 8 Recommendations to be made regarding structural 4 Minor improvement to the system. 6.9 MUD MIXING SYSTEM No. active tanks __________ Total Cap. __________ No. reserve tanks __________ Total Cap. __________ Slug pit Cap. __ Desander tank Cap.____________ Desilter tank Cap.____________ Degasser tank Cap.____________ Additional mud stora Trip tank cap. ____________ 1 Inspect the flow arrangement of the solids removal system 3 Minor including the location of each tank, pipe work, manifolding, underflow/overflow between tanks and bypass gates and valves. 2 Check that it is possible to mix mud or transfer mud at the 3 Minor same time. Check if it is possible to transfer mud between the mud tanks. 3 Major 3 (Such as the main mud tanks, slug tank etc.) Check that there is an adequate system of bypass gates etc. 3 Minor 4 to re-route returns to alternative tanks. 5 Check that several tanks can feed the main mud pumps 3 Major directly. (Active, slug) Check the ability to circulate through the mixing hoppers to 3 Major 6 different tanks and to be able to transfer mud from one tank to another while continuing mixing. 7 Check the mud mixing system to ensure that it is a viable, 3 Major workable system, and that the standard and condition of the equipment is adequate for the proposed operations. Check isolation and dump valve arrangements of each tank. 3 Minor 8 9 Check the integrity of the dump valves. 3 Major 10 Check if all valves are in good working condition. (Handles in 3 Major place, easy to operate, etc.) 11 Check the condition of all mixing hoppers. 3 Major 12 Check the condition of the surge tanks. 3 Major 13 Check the weighting system. 3 Minor 14 Check the safety relief valve of the surge tanks. 3 Critical 15 Check the availability of safety equipment as eye protection, 3 Critical noise arresters, emergency shower, eye wash showers, rubber gloves, apron, dust mask, etc. 16 Check that all safety equipment is stored in a designated 3 Minor locker. 3 Major 17 Check the integrity of all valves in the system by pressure testing with the centrifugal pumps. (Close the valves for a short period so the pump doesn't get too hot). TRIP TANK SYSTEM Capacity:________________ 18 A trip tank is a low-volume, [100 barrels(15.9 m) or less] API RP53 chapter 15.6 3 Critical calibrated tank that can be isolated from the remainder of the surface drilling fluid system and used to accurately monitor the amount of fluid going into or coming from the well. A volume change of half a barrel should be easily detected. 19 Verify that volume changes in the trip tank can be measured API RP53 section 15.6 3 Major within an accuracy of 0.5 bbl. 20 Check that there is a direct reading level indicator showing 3 Major mud level in trip tank which in full view of the driller. 21 Check if there are alternate means of filling hole should 3 Minor primary trip tank pump fail. 3 Minor 22 Check that lines allowing trip tank to be pumped out are routed over the shakers before going to the pits. 23 Check that the trip tank fill up pump is in good condition. 3 Major 24 Operate trip tank in normal use and check for any stiffness or 3 Major error of level indicator. 3 Major 25 Check and verify the calibration of the level indicator(s). FLOW LINE SYSTEM 26 Check the size of the flow line. (Min. 12"). 3 Major 27 Inspect the flow line for abrupt turns where plugging may 3 Major occur. 28 Check the jet/circulating line to assist in keeping the flow line 3 Major clear. 29 Check the design and structure of the Gumbo Box including 3 Major the dump line and overflow. 30 Check the general access to the working area. (It should be 3 Minor good to clear any blockage) CASING FILL-UP LINE 31 Check if the low pressure casing fill-up line is completely 3 Critical separate from the high pressure mud system. 32 Check the pump and that it can be started and stopped from 3 Minor the drill floor. BASE OIL SYSTEM Locations tanks____________ Total storage capacity __________ 3 Major 33 Check the condition of the base oil transfer pump.

Check if a separate oil off loading line is available from the off loading manifold. 35 Check if it is possible to back load oil based mud? REVERSE CIRCULATING LINE 36 Check if there is a permanently installed reverse circulating line and what is the condition. 37 Check if there is no permanently installed reverse circulating line available, are there provisions for a temporary line? HIGH RATE MIXERS 38 Check the condition of the high rate mixers. (If available). 39 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 40 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 6.10 STANDPIPE MANIFOLD AND ROTARY HOSES Valves manf. and type:_______________ Pressure rating:_________ ID valves: _________" ID piping: _____________" Pressure rating:____________ Check if wall thickness checks have been conducted within 1 the previous year and that the results were analyzed. 2 Check the normal testing procedure for the stand pipe manifold. Check for proper fastening of the stand pipes to the derrick. 3 4 Check safety cables and clamps. Ensure the rotary hoses are Location of adequately secured on each end. clamp as per API Spec 7K 5 Visually check the rotary hoses. (Rotary hoses should be replaced at the first sign of any deterioration such as swelling, blisters or surface ripples, due to the danger to personnel during a complete failure). 6 Check the age of the hoses. (If older then 3 to 4 years it should be mentioned in the inspection report). 7 Ensure that a safety line is attached to all sections of chiksans in temporary or permanent use. 8 Check the pressure rating of all chiksans on the rig. (Any chiksan of a lower pressure rating then the maximum working pressure of the BOP should be removed from the rig to prevent accidental use in a higher pressure system). 9 Check if the pressure gauges are working and visible for the driller. 10 Is there a connection for installing MWD monitoring equipment? 11 Check if there is there a direct outlet from the standpipe manifold to the choke manifold. 12 If there is a connection: check if two isolation valves or one check valve with one isolation is installed with the same pressure rating as the choke manifold. (Preferable two isolation valves). 13 Ensure that only fig.1502 connection are used on a rig contracted by a Shell company. 14 Ensure that the high pressure mud systems has only welded and or bolted connections and no threaded. 15 Disassemble one valve at random and inspect internals especial the body. (If found bad open more valves). 16 Pressure test manifold and hoses to maximum working pressure. 17 Pressure test each individual valve to its rated working pressure. 18 All high-pressure hoses are to be removed from service and sent away for recertification, as per manufacturers recommended inspection and testing requirements (according to this users guide, Rev 3), including an annual test to 1.25 times the maximum working pressure. 19 Replace the damaged jumper hoses for new ones. 20 Threaded connections should be avoided and welded or flanged connection must be used. 21 Wall thickness tests should be carried out on the standpipe from the manifold up to the rotary hose connections. CEMENT MANIFOLD Valve manf. and type: ______________ Pressure rating:___________ ID valves:______" ID piping:_________" Pressure rating piping:_______ 22 Review the testing procedure for this manifold. 23 Check if there is a permanent connection with the choke manifold. (Preferably not, but if so, a check valve should be installed plus 1 isolation valve or 2 isolation valves). 24 Visually inspect the cement hose and check its rated working pressure. (If the rated working pressure is less then the system this should be noted in the report). 25 Pressure test the cement manifold and hose to its max. working pressure. 26 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 27 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 6.11 BULK AIR SYSTEM AND TANKS Total barite tank cap:___________ Total cement bulk cap:_________ 1 Check the outside of the tanks for damage or corrosion. 2 Check if the safe working pressure is stenciled on the tanks. 3 Check bulk weighing system. 4 Check burst plates. (They should only be used for bulk storage in open areas). 5 Check that the bulk mud and cement tank relief valves discharges are piped or vented to a safe place with respect to protection of personnel. 6 Function all manual operated valves. 7 Check if vent lines are open. 8 Check air supply system in the tanks. (Spider fluffers, canvas, etc.) Check that tank walls are clean and free of barite or cement 9 build-up. (Indicate moisture in the bulk air). 10 Check the bottom of the tanks for any rocks, etc.

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Check bulk hatch door for proper sealing and lock down bolts. 12 Check if a screen is installed in the barite/cement loading system. 13 Check if the bulk air can be supplied from the rig air system if needed. (Check regulators and by-pass valves) 14 Check the integrity of all valves in the system by pressure up with air. 15 Check the operation of the bulk air compressor by pressuring up an empty bulk tank and calculating if the compressor works at rated capacity. 16 Check if air booster lines are installed to assist with the transport of bulk? (If not are they required?) 17 Check if air operated valves work properly. 18 Check the condition of the valve position indicators. 19 If the system is equipped with a main control panel it should have the following functions: - Main storage fill-up and discharge valve -Vent valves for each storage tank. - Air pressure isolation for the air supply system. - indicator ligths for tank fill-up. - Main isolation valve for the air supply system. 20 Check that the cement system is completely isolated from the other bulk systems. 21 If bulk is available transfer bulk to a hopper and observe for any problems. 22 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 23 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 6.12 CENTRIFUGE Manf:________ Type: _________ Cap:_______ Number:_________ Only to be inspected when it is rig equipment or when it is specially requested. Not when it is third party equipment. 1 Remove cover and examine barrel for condition and scroll wear. 2 Check oil, grease points and belts for tightness. 3 Operate centrifuge and evaluate performance. 4 Check hydraulic fluid level. Check hydraulic fluid pressure while operating; no load 5 should be 300 - 400 psi. With full load or during start up 1000 - 1100 psi. 6 Check oil level in pillow blocks. 7 Check and inspect the transfer pumps. 8 Check all lines and valves. 9 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 10 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 6.13 CEMENTING UNIT Owner:____________ Manf:__________ Type:____________ Unit output BPM: __ Max.Operating Pressure:________ Number of pumps: ___________ Are the pumps driven: Independently/Via Emergency Panel/Rig power 1 Check that the safe working pressure is stenciled on the surge tank. Check the pressure gauge on the surge tank. 2 3 Check that the surge tank is fitted with a safety relief valve or API Spec 16D Section with a open vent line. 3.1.2.4 ABS Guide for Certification of Drilling Systems Section 3.21 4 5 6 7 8 9 Check that calibration reports for the chart recorder and instrumentation is available. (Not older than one year) Check that the fuel supply to the unit can be shut remotely from a safe area. Check that the power ends of the unit is fitted with safety relief valves or rupture disc's. Check the safety relief vent line. (Secured, safe discharge, etc.) Check that the chicksans are fitted with safety chains/ slings. Check if the high pressure piping has been checked for wall thickness within the last 12 months and that the results were analyzed. Check if any modifications to the high pressure piping has been carried out without any certification. Check if it is possible to supply liquid mud to the unit with only emergency power available. Recertify the relief valve of the surge tank and high-pressure pumps arrangements. Check that the exhaust of the cementing unit's diesel engines and the cold start air compressors engine discharge to a safe area. Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system.

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INDEX-WELL CONTROL EQUIPMENT No.: 7.1 7.1.1 7.1.2 7.1.3 7.1.4 7.1.5 7.2 7.2.1 7.2.2 7.2.3 7.2.4 7.3 7.4 7.4.1 7.4.2 7.4.3 7.4.4 7.4.5 7.5 7.6 7.6.1 7.7 7.8 1 2 3 4 DESCRIPTION: BOP RAM TYPE BOP RAM TYPE, GENERAL BOP RAM TYPE, CAMERON TYPE U BOP RAM TYPE, SHAFFER BOP RAM TYPE, HYDRIL PRESSURE TESTING BOP'S ANNULAR TYPE PREVENTERS ANNULAR PREVENTER, GENERAL ANNULAR PREVENTER, CAMERON TYPE D ANNULAR PREVENTER, SHAFFER ANNULAR PREVENTER, HYDRIL GATE VALVES (BOP Mounted) CHOKE MANIFOLD CHOKE MANIFOLD, GENERAL MUD-GAS SEPERATOR, (Poorboy Degasser) SWACO ULTRA CHOKE CHOKE CONTROL UNITS (Swaco & General) CHOKE REMOTE CONTROL PANEL, CAMERON CAMERON STYLE HUB CLAMPS BOP HANDLING EQUIPMENT BRIDGE CRANE SURFACE HYDRAULIC BOP CONTROL UNIT. DIVERTER SYSTEM Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Not inspected Not applicable PAGE No.: Serial no.: 008-2003-0019-LR-L Revision date: September 2002 LR-008 L

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7.1 BOP RAM TYPE 7.1.1 BOP RAM TYPE, General Record the ram type preventers serial number in the report. 1 Have the BOPs been disassembled and inspected in accordance with the manufacturer's guidelines in the last 3 - 5 years. Verify whether the BOP is suitable for H2S under NACE-MR-0175. Consider replacing critical BOP elastomeric components on well control equipment that has been out of service for six (6) months or longer. Investigate whether there is adequate space underneath the shear rams to hang off the tool joint of the drill pipe. (Is there an extended double or regular double preventer installed?) Inspect the bolt and bolt holes for damaged threads and galling. Ensure that the grease which is used on the bonnet bolts has the right friction coefficient. (Normally 0.069) Inspect BOP body at the bonnet seal area for pits and damage and flatness. Machining is required if deformation is more then 0.010" (Shaffer) or 0.015" (Hydril,Cameron). Inspect condition of bonnet seal grooves for damage and pitting. Inspect ram bores (cavities) for scoring and pitting. Check proper installation of retainer ring of intermediate flange seals. Check that excessive corrosion has not pushed the spirolox retainer ring, of the ram piston rod, outwards. Extend the ram operating piston rods and inspect for wear, scoring or pitting. Inspect operating piston tail rod for wear or pitting. Inspect all ring grooves for pitting or damage. Inspect vertical bore for drill pipe and drill bit damage. Maximum allowable wear for 13-5/8".BOP wellbore + 1/32" + 3/16" =13.625" + 0.031" + 0.188" = 13.844". Inspect ram blocks for excessive wear and damage. Inspect ram packers for cracking and excessive hardness. Maximum hardness should be 85 Shore A. Inspect condition of the bonnet seals and replace if they show cuts, greater hardness then new seals, cracks when bent, show extrusion or other damage. Apply a maximum of 300 psi operating pressure to open and close the rams and check for proper ram operation, with the bonnets closed and the ram packers and seals installed. (Ensure that a pipe is inside the bore prior to closing the pipe rams) Review the elastomeric materials in the rig store with regard to shelf-life. Is a Hydraulic Torque tool in use and are only purposely made sockets used of the OEM. HyTorc Tool/HyTorc sockets. Document the shearing capacity of the shear rams. Ensure that it is appropriate for the grades and weights of the drill pipe in use on the rig. If zinc bromide is used, the lifespan of the seals and packers is reduced with 50 %, so that the spare part stock of these seals should be increased. Ring gaskets coated with resilient material such as rubber or polytetrafluoroethylene should not be used. Due to the limited amount of deformation which a grove can make on a ring as it is not compressed during installation it is not recommended to re-use any lock ring or gasket. API RP 53 section 17.10.3 (3-5 yearly) Total CLT.04-251/ Shell EP 1500.2.1.4.10.b.1 API RP 53 section 17.5.9.2 Total CLt 04-252 2.1.c 3 Major

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Records of maintenance performed and repairs made should be maintained on file at the rig site or readily available. 7.1.2 CAMERON TYPE U AND U-II 26 The large bore bonnets are identified checking the location of the rams bleeder pug at the bonnet; with regular bonnets the bleeder lug is located close to the intermediate flange, with large bore bonnets the bleeder plug is installed at the opposite side of the flange. 27 Inspect ram change piston rods for wear or pitting. 28 Check the ram guide pins for tightness, straightness and wear (they are screwed into the bonnets with 75 ft/lb of torque, Loctite may be used). 29 Ensure that all the seals of the hydraulic bonnet bolts are replaced once every three years or after 400 pressure cycles. 30 Measure ram block thickness beside the top seal groove and measure the ram bore height at the top seal sealing area, to check that the maximum clearance does not exceed the maximum top clearance of 0.060". 31 Measure the side clearances between the ram block and the ram cavity and ensure that the sum of both does not exceed 0.080". 32 Inspect the ram change piston rods Colmanoy coating for wear or pitting. Note: The ram change pistons have different thread ends which do not match at the opposite hole in the main body. 33 Pressure test ram operating cylinder closed side at 3,000 psi and remove the open line. Check for fluid leaks between: 1) intermediate flange and the bonnet (especially a problem with the Type U II); 2) intermediate flange and the body; 3) the tail rod. 34 Pressure test ram operating cylinders open side at 3,000 psi and remove close line. Check for fluid leaks between: 1) intermediate flange and the bonnet (especially type U II); 2) intermediate flange and the piston rod seals; 3) from the close port. 35 Record the tests of the hydraulic circuits on a calibrated pressure graph recorder. 36 Check for leakage from the tattle tale hole on the bottom of the intermediate flange (type U- II). 37 Remove pipe plug in the top centre of the intermediate flanges to expose the plastic injection port. Remove the plastic injection screw and the check-valve in this port. Probe the plastic packing to ensure that it is soft and not been energised. 38 Set a cup type or plug type tester below the preventer or preventers. If possible, install a blind flange on upper end connection (or close upper rams; on a mandrel if pipe rams). Open-body pressure test to 200-300 psi, check for leakage at intermediate flange to body, end connections, outlet connections, and vent to atmosphere located on the bottom of the intermediate flange. (Check for and remove any plug in this vent port.) 39 Pipe RAM test. With tester installed, close rams with 1,500 psi operating pressure (using proper test mandrel if pipe rams) and pressure under rams to 200-300 psi and hold for 5 minutes . Check for leaks. Increase pressure slowly, insert: "max. working pressure" and hold ten minutes . Check for leaks. Repeat procedure for each set of rams. 40 VBR, Variable Bore Ram; perform the pressure test in the same manner as the pipe rams but two different tests should be performed with the VBR: 1) one test with 5" drill pipe or test donut; 2) one test with the smallest rated pipe of drill pipe or donut which is available to perform a pressure test. 41 Function test each individual locking screw. Check the smooth operation of locking screws. 42 Function test each individual wedgelock with the ram closed when pressure testing each ram. (if installed) 43 Ram BOPs equipped with ram locks should be pressure tested with ram locks in closed position and closing pressure bled to zero. Manual locks either screw clockwise or counterclockwise to hold the ram closed. Handwheels should be in place and the threads on the ram locking shaft should be in a condition that allows the locks to be easily operated. All manual locking devices must be function tested during our survey. 7.1.3 SHAFFER 44 Are the booster assemblies installed on the shear ram bonnets or are the new Shaffer "V" shear rams in use? 45 Is the ram shaft hub modification been accomplished? (Have the ram shafts with the large ram block mounting nubbit been installed?) 46 The hydraulic operator shell test will be accomplished with the ram assemblies installed and the BOP doors open. Before opening the doors ensure that the rams are fully retracted. 47 Shaffer BOPs should have the hydraulic seals of the bonnets renewed at three yearly intervals. 48 The top of the ram cavity near the seat must be smooth and set at an angle of 15 or less with the seat. 49 Check for pits and deep scratches on the ram skids (smooth the irregularities with emery cloth). 50 Check for deep scratches and pits on side pads (smooth the irregularities with emery cloth). 51 Check for deep gouges and other accidental damage inside the ram cavities. 52 Inspect upper ram block and lower ram block bolts, retainer rings and O-rings. 53 Inspect the lower blade for cracks, nicks or pits or other damages which are cutting the upper rubber seal. 54 Inspect the lower blade fastening bolts. 55 Measure skid to seat height.

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Measure the width between the side pads. Measure the height of the ram blocks (remove rubbers, mount block in holder and measure height of block in holder). 58 Measure ram holders for spreading and for wear of the height of the holder. 59 Pressure test all hydraulic operators to maximum working pressure 3,000 psi. While testing ram open sides, the doors should be open to observe possible ram shaft leakage (max. test pressure on VBR: 1,500 psi). 60 Close doors and check poslock locking pressure of shear rams according to Shaffer specifications. Locking pressure should be 1,000 to 1,400 psi for shear rams. 61 Install test pipe in BOP bore and check poslock locking pressure of all pipe rams. Locking pressure should be 500 to 1,400 psi for pipe rams. 62 Check poslock unlock pressure of all rams. Unlock pressure should be 100 to 400 psi for all rams. 63 Perform a well bore pressure test on all rams at maximum working pressure: According to Shaffer, the well bore pressure tests should be done with ram hydraulic closing pressure bled off, after closing the rams with 1500 psi. All pressure tests should be recorded. 7.1.4 HYDRIL (13 5/8" 5K & 10K) 64 Do not try to open the bonnet by applying operator closing pressure to the rams with the bonnet bolts unscrewed as this will cause binding and damage to the rod end of the piston! 65 Investigate whether the bonnets hinges are operating smoothly (52 degrees). 66 Are there wear plates installed in the cavity? 67 Have the low torque door modifications been performed? 68 Check the ram guide pins for straightness or damage (max. stand-off is 0.060"). 69 Check that the ram guide pins are tight in the bonnets (they are screwed into the bonnets with 75 ft/lb of torque; Loctite may be used). 70 Inspect all threaded holes in ram blocks for damage. 71 Inspect shear blades for nicks and cracks. Cracked shear blades should be replaced. Nicks should be ground out and the blade dressed. NTD inspection recommended. 72 Check condition of top seal and lateral T-seal of the Upper Blade Shear Ram assembly. 73 Inspect the front packers. At least 3/8" of the front packer should extend beyond the front face of the ram when it is in proper position. 74 Make sure that the upper surface of the lower blade is flush with the hard faced surface of the ram block. 75 Ensure that the ram block retainer bolts are renewed every time the ram packers are renewed. 76 Inspect stellite sealing surface for cracks. (Stellite inlay from left to right available) 77 Inspect surface finish of lower sealing surface of the seal seat for gouges, pits or dents. 78 Check that no gouges fully traverse the ram top sealing surface of the seal seat. 79 Maximum depth of gouges in seal seat not to exceed 0.015", if gouges are deeper, the seat should be replaced. 80 Measure ram block and ram cavity to check maximum allowable vertical learance. 81 Check overall height of pipe rams and blind ram blocks. Minimum height is 8.200 (10M) and 7.950" (5M). 82 Check overall height of the shear ram blocks. Minimum height is 8.200" (10M) and 7.950" (5M). 83 Pressure test all hydraulic operators to maximum working pressure 3,000 psi. While pressure testing ram operators the bonnets should be open to observe possible leakage. 84 After pressure testing, cycle the rams close and open, using a maximum of 200 psi to determine if the operating system still functions smoothly. If the rams do not move smoothly, the bearings of the MPL cylinders might be worn. 85 Insert a pipe in the BOP bore and perform a "lock-out test" of all pipe ram MPL devices according to Hydril operators manual specifications. 86 Check that the normal operating pressure of 13-5/8" BOP is 1,050 psi. 87 Perform a well bore pressure test of all rams at maximum working pressure with the rams closed of 1,500 psi and the close pressure released to ensure all MPL locking devices operate properly with the close pressure bled off to zero psi (see 7.1.3.53). 88 Variable bore rams should be initially pressure tested on the largest and smallest OD pipe sizes that may be used during the well operations. 89 NDT inspect bonnet bolts with heavy pre-loads 4- yearly and with small pre-loads 1-yearly 90 The maximum wear at the nominal bore (key-seat) is 0.50" 91 The maximum uniform wear allowed at the bore is 0.064" 92 The maximum wear at the ring groove areas is 0.25" (key-seat) 7.1.5 PRESSURE TESTING (All BOPs) 93 No personnel is allowed on top or close to the BOP during the pressure tests. 94 Ensure that all safety rules are followed: isolation of the area, P/A announcements, permit system, warning signs etc. 95 Verify the type of wellhead and rated working pressure. No hycar or relislient VX or AX rings are allowed during our pressure tests. 96 Verify the test pressure does not exceed the drill pipe for yield, collapse pressure and internal pressure. 97 Ensure that the BOP is tested with an "open" test pipe. No cemented test joint or a welded blind flange are allowed at the test drill pipe connections.

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Pressure-test the rams to 250 psi for 5 minutes and full working pressure for 10 minutes. Record the results on a pressure chart recorder, apply the ModuSpec stamp and sign each sheet. No leakages are allowed. The low pressure tests are extra critical if wear at the top seals or the ram cavity is present. 99 The variable bore rams are to be tested with 5" drill pipe and the smallest pipe available to test the variable at the bottom of its range. I.e. a 3-1/2" to 7" variable bore rams should be tested with a 3-1/2" and a 5" pipe. 100 The locking systems can be tested during the pressure tests, meaning after the ram is closed with the right closing pressures, the locks need to be energized and the closing pressure bled off during the pressure tests. (Either Cameron wedgelocks, Shaffer poslocks, Hydril MPL or manual locking systems ) 101 No drips from the bonnets are allowed, even if the chart is showing a straight line. The Cameron type U sometimes show small drips from the bonnets at the start of the pressure test, verify whether this drip eventually stops. (The drip could be caused from trapped water outside the bonnets and not coming from the bore ) 102 Ring gaskets coated with resilient material such as rubber or polytertafluorethylene should not be used. Due to limited amount of deformation which a grove can make in a ring as it is compressed during installation, it is not recommended to re-use any loc 103 A PM system with equipment identified, tasks specified and time intervals between tasks stated should be employed on each rig. Records of maintenance performed and repairs made should be retained on file at the rig site or readily available. 104 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 105 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 7.2 ANNULAR TYPE PREVENTERS 7.2.1 ANNULAR PREVENTERS GENERAL Record the annular type preventers serial number in the report. 1 Have the BOPs been disassembled and inspected in accordance with the manufacturer's guidelines in the last 3 - 5 years.

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Has the packer been removed for inspection within the previous year (yearly PM task)? 3 What type of element is installed? Nitrile or natural rubber? 4 When serious milling has taken place the annular preventer must always be stripped and the piston and the housing inspected, very often severe scoring is present on the annular housing and piston. The visual inspection is necessary as the pressure tests not always reveal this damage and problems may occur during the next well. 5 Inspect for excessive wear and key seats; a. Bore of the upper housing; b. the piston bore; c. bore of the lower housing; d. packing element. 6 Ensure that all hoses to the annular preventer have, at least 1" ID with a working pressure of 3,000 psi.( 1-1/2" ID hoses are preferred for the annular preventers.) 7 Verify that a surge bottle is or can be instaaled. Check the pre charge-pressure (required pre charge-pressure is approximate 450 psi). Ensure that the accumulator bottle is installed at a close distance from the preventer 8 Inspect the top and bottom flange sealing surfaces, if the annular is not connected and these connections will not be pressure tested. 9 Inspect the condition of the threaded holes/ studs on top of the Annular cap. 10 Check the annular packing element visually when closing on the smallest drill string size expected to be used on the well. If the rubber shows serious cracks when closing the elements should be renewed. 11 Ensure that the wheep holes are open and not plugged. 12 The closing time of the annular on drill pipe should be no longer than 30 seconds, if the bore size is less then 18- 3/4". (45 sec. if the I.D. of the bore is equal to or is more then 18- 3/4".) 13 Does the annular packer relax to its normal bore size in less then 30 minutes. (When in doubt perform a drift test with a full bore running/test tool.) 14 Perform a drift test of annular element per API Spec. 16A. 15 Test the annular preventer to 250 psi for 5 minutes and to 70% of the maximum working pressure for 10 minutes (conduct the pressure test against the smallest string diameter expected to be used in the well). 7.2.2 CAMERON TYPE D 16 Investigate what type of element is installed. Regular rubber or CAMLAST. 17 The packer and donut should be replaced if either of them shows: a.) vertical cracks or tears along the full height of the sealing surface, b.) a large portion of the sealing surface has been gouged away, c.) the packer has been exposed to H2S at a temperature exceeding 200 degrees Fahrenheit (93 degrees Celcius) 18 Ensure that the trash seal is installed and that it is still in good condition. 19 Ensure that the actuators are lubricated. Ensure that the actuator bearings are not cracked. 20 Has a "D" shaped seal been installed in the annular preventer? An optional replacement for the standard lip seal is the D-seal to be used in pitted, corroded and oversided seal groves.

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As the minimum operating (closing) pressure of these annular preventers is 1,500 psi, ensure that the annular pressure regulator is capable of regulating the pressure up to 3,000 psi. The pressure should never be set higher than 3,000 psi. 22 Check the operating system of the CIW type D annular preventer by pressure-testing the opening and closing chambers individually. The opening chamber at 3,000 psi for 15 minutes. The closing chamber when the annular element is installed and with a drill pipe present in the bore is to be tested to 3,000 psi. for 15 minutes. Allow 5-10 minutes for the element to "settle" as the rubber is compressed still slightly after the full closing pressure is applied. 7.2.3 SHAFFER 23 Inspect the sealing element for the following; a). excessive wear on ID at the top, b.) cracks on the bottom around the bore area, c.) other discrepancies such as excessive splitting and gouging. 24 If deep scores, nicks or scratches are present on the spherical bowl then a NL-Shaffer service engineer should be contacted, or the annular sent in for repair to an approved work shop. 25 Ensure that the lockring jack screws are backed off and all nuts made up. 26 The maximum allowable bore wear should not exceed 1/8" at any radius. 27 Investigate whether the drill crew is familiar with the pressure reduction if the annular is to be closed on a casing string. 28 Check whether the ORIGINAL jacks crews are present to lift the locking ring of the annular preventer. (This is sometimes rather difficult and can be very time-consuming without the special Shaffer jack screws) Check the condition of the jack screws, a minimum of 4 undamaged jack screws, a minimum of 4 undamaged jack screws should be present on the rig. 29 Check the operating system of the Shaffer annular preventer by pressure testing the opening and closing chambers individually. Opening chamber at 1,500 psi for 15 min. Closing chamber when the annular element is installed and with drill pipe in the annular preventer present at 1,500 psi for 15 minutes. Allow 510 minutes for the element to "settle"as the rubber is compressed still slightly after the full closing pressure is applied. Do not increase the operating pressure over 1500 psi. 7.2.4 HYDRIL TYPE GL/GK 30 Inspect the sealing element for the following; a.) excessive wear on ID at the top, b.) cracks on the bottom around the bore area, c.) other discrepancies such as excessive splitting and gouging. 31 Verify that jaw operating screws are made up tight. Required torque is 300-400 ft/lbs. It takes four turns to tighten the jaw operating screws. (Hydril GL and GK) How is the secondary chamber hooked up for the Hydril GL annular preventer? Normally the secondary chamber is hooked up to the opening chamber to reduce the amount of control fluid needed to close the annular and therefore performing the fastest way of the annular piston preventer. Inspectclosing the annular tapered bowl for pits and gouges deeper then 1/16" which should be repaired at a Hydril authorized repair facility. The surface should be kept smooth to seal pressure and prevent damage to the packing unit. Inspect that the annular piston tapered bowl. Pits and gouges deeper than 1/16" should be repaired at a Hydril authorized repair facility. The surface should be kept smooth to seal pressure and prevent damage to the packing unit. Check whether the piston position indicator is still installed.

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Check the operating system of the Hydril annular preventer by pressure- testing the opening and closing chambers individually. Opening chamber at 1,500 psi for 10 min. Closing chamber when the annular element is installed and with drill pipe in the annular preventer present at 1,500 psi for 10 minutes. Allow 510 minutes for the element to "settle"as the rubber is compressed still slightly after the full closing pressure is 37 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 38 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 7.3 GATE VALVES (BOP Mounted) 1 2 3 Have any conversions been applied? (Cameron FC valves). Is the original recommended grease in use for the valves? Ensure that all valves have a hand wheel installed. One person should be able to operate the valves. Remote operation with manual valves is the preferred layout. Operate all manually-operated valves and inspect their operation. Ensure that all grease caps are installed on the valves (these caps are covering check valves and are an important safety item). Welded, flanged or hub connections are mandatory on all pressure systems above 3,000 psi. No threaded connections are allowed. Are W.K.M. POW-R-SEAL Type M valves installed with tapered square section for fixation of the hand wheel? Disassemble at least one gate valve (at random) on the BOP and inspect the gate, seats, body-sealing areas. Inspect also if the lead plug is still in place. Assemble the valve(s) and pressure-test all valves to rated working pressure. Pressure-test the hydraulic actuators to 3,000 psi for 10 minutes in the closed position of the valve and 10 minutes in the open position of the valve. (record the results on a pressure chart recorder).

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After every three to five years of service the gate valves should be disassembled and inspected in accordance with the manufacturers guide lines. 12 Ensure the HCR, remote operated, valves have also a hand wheel installed. The HCR valves have a mechanical over-ride which enables the crew to close the valve manually- if the hydraulic operator should fail; there is no manual open function though. 13 Ensure the studs are of a decent grade (B-7 or higher) and the nuts 2H on all gate valve flanges and clamps 14 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 15 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 7.4 CHOKE MANIFOLD 7.4.1 CHOKE MANIFOLD, GENERAL 1 Check whether buffer tank is devided into 2 sections to comply with 100% redundancy. 2 For working pressures of 3,000 psi and above,only flanged, welded or clamped connections should be employed on components subject to well pressure. 3 Check the pressure gauges/transmitters for proper operation. 4 What is the size if the vent line in the derrick.(should be 8-10") 5 Can the well fluid, in case of an emergency, be discharged directly to the burner pit via a high pressure line and not via a diverter line? 6 Check that the direct line to the burner pit is as short and as straight as possible. Pressure rating of these lines should be the same as the buffer tank. 7 Under no circumstances should it be possible to blow down through the oil burner line itself (on account of the risk of plugging and blowback into the air system). Check system for inclusion of non-return values in air system pipework. 8 The maximally allowable surface pressure feature on the automatic choke console should be positively disconnected (before drilling out a deep casing shoe) (Cameron panels). 9 Willis MC-10 in-line chokes built between February 1 1990 and October 31 1990 should be taken out of service immediately because they are made of incorrect material and develop cracks in service. 10 If metal targets (with lead fillings) are installed in the system, ensure that they are not placed vertically where they may fall down into the stream. 11 Open up the targets with lead plugs, inspect their condition and check whether they are still firmly connected to their flanges. Check wether an equalizing hole is drilled into the centre of the lead plug 12 Function-test all the valves for easy operation. Open the valves which are operating stiffly for internal inspection. 13 Open at least one valve at random on the manifold to check the internal condition with special attention to the body sealing areas for pitting and corrosion. 14 Open the pull seat and gate and inspect the remote choke on the choke side of the manifold. 15 Open the pull seat and gate and inspect the remote choke on the kill side of the manifold. 16 Open the pull seat and gate and inspect the manual choke on the choke side of the manifold. 17 Open the pull seat and gate and inspect the manual choke on the kill side of the manifold. 18 Always open all the check valves (non-return valves) and inspect the condition of the seats and the valves. 19 Flush the manifold with water through all lines to ensure there are no blockages. Minimum 5 gallon a minute flow is required. 20 Pressure-test all valves from both sides at low and maximum working pressure (5 minutes for low pressure and 15 minutes for high pressure tests). Record all tests on a pressure chart recorder. 21 Is it possible to pressure-test all the valves from the sides which have to hold pressure during a well killing operation? 22 Ensure the studs are of a decent grade (B-7 or higher) and the nuts 2H on all gate valve flanges and clamps Coflexip hoses: 23 Is the temperature rating correct? 24 Check installation date. 25 When was the last borescope inspection performed? (To be done in manufacturer shop or recognised machinery shop. Biannual checks are recommended). 26 Ask for a schematic drawing of the manifold layout, containing the press ratings of the valves and ID. 27 Study the kill and choke manifold layout and ensure that all contingencies are covered, i.e. testing of manifold, anticipated problems during well killing operations, blocked chokes and washed-out valves. 28 Two valves are recommended for installations with rated working pressures of 5,000 psi and above. One of these valves should be remotely controlled. 29 Pressure gauges suitable for operating pressure and drilling fluid service should be installed. 30 Minimum recommended size for choke lines is 2" for 3M and 5M arrangements and 3" for 10M, 15M and 20M arrangements. 31 For air and gas drilling operations, minimum 4" nominal diameter lines are recommended. 32 The bleed line that bypasses the chokes should be at least equal in diameter to the choke line. 7.4.2 MUD-GAS SEPERATOR (Poorboy degasser) 33 Check if the mud-gas separators are equipped with a liquid mud seal of at least 10 ft, preferably 20 ft with an vent ID of at least 8" preferably 16". No float valve or regulating valve to be used as they can malfunction or plug-up.

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Is it possible to bypass the poorboy degasser and to vent gas directly to the vent line in the derrick? 37 Is a pressure gauge (0-20 psi) installed near the automatic choke control panel to monitor the pressure in the poorboy degasser. (It has to be possible to monitor the pressure in the mud-gas separator, with a pressure gauge installed at the separator, and the choke control panel. 38 The rig maintenance and inspection schedule should provide NDE of the mudgas separator to verify the integrity. This examination may be performed by hydrostatic, ultrasonic or other examination methods. 7.4.3 SWACO ULTRA CHOKE 39 Disassemble the choke and check the tungsten plates for wear, abrasion and hair line cracks. 40 Check the three sleeves in the outlet spool body for wear. 41 Examine interior of the chokes bodies for wear or abrasion. 42 Check all seals and O-rings. 43 Assemble choke and check for proper functioning. 7.4.4 CHOKE CONTROL UNIT (Swaco and General) 44 The drilling choke hydraulic control system should be designed with a back-up operating system to open or close the drilling choke after a loss of preliminary power. The back-up hydraulic system should have a rated W.P. equal to or greater than the primary hydraulic pump. 45 Check the oil level. 46 Check the proper operation of the hydraulic regulator for speed control. One cycle from close to open should take 25-30 seconds. 47 Check hydraulic and pneumatic systems for leaks. 48 Ensure that low pressure gauges for casing and drill pipe readings are isolated (if installed). 49 Verify the proper operation of the choke position indicator. 50 Verify the proper operation of the casing pressure gauge. 51 Verify the proper operation of the drill pipe pressure gauge. 52 Verify the proper operation of the pump stroke counter. 53 Verify the proper operation of the air-pressure gauge. 54 Verify the proper operation of the manual selector. 55 Verify the proper operation of the hydraulic pressure gauge. 56 In the event of failure of the rig air supply an emergency air system should be available such as nitrogen bottles to provide 12 hours of choke operations. Even with a hand pump emergency air is required as the lack of rig air causes no 57 position indication of thehydraulic pumpposition inidication Test the hand-operated remote choke for proper operation. 7.4.5 CHOKE REMOTE CONTROL PANEL, CAMERON 58 Check the pneumatic pressure for proper setting (45 psi, 30 psi and 8 psi). 59 Check the hydraulic system for proper setting (120 - 140 psi, choke travel time 25-30 sec.). 60 Check hydraulic oil level (3/4 into the sight glass). 61 Check desiccant (replace it if it has turned pink). 62 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 63 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 7.5 CAMERON STYLE HUB CLAMPS 1 Check that spacing between clamp halves is approximately equal. Use feeler gauge to check. 2 No welding or weld repairs on clamps. 3 4 5 6 Check overall conditions of studs and nuts for galling, dents and straightness. Studs and nuts with visibly worn or deformed threads must be replaced. Check bearing surfaces of nuts for damage.

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Inspect flat and spherical bearing washers for galling and replace when galling is found. 7 Check bearing washers for insufficient material strength or signs of insufficient lubrication. Any damaged part should be scrapped. 8 Clamp bodies should be MPI inspected every 25 test cycles to proof test pressure. (This is higher than maximum working pressure). Clamps with crack indications should be replaced. 9 Review contractors tooling and lubricant use. 10 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 11 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 7.6 BOP HANDLING EQUIPMENT 7.6.1 BRIDGE CRANE 1 Visually inspect wire rope for broken wires, abrasion, kinks or evidence of wire not spooling properly on the drum. 2 Check if the SWL is displayed on the crane hoists. 3 Bridge cranes should have adequate stops fitted to the tracks. 4 Ensure that there are sufficient wraps on the winch drum when the hook block is in its lowest position. 5 Check high-pressure hoses and piping for leaks, chafing, wear and aging. 6 Operate crane and check that the block runs freely up and down. 7 Visually inspect sheaves for wear. NDT inspection recommended. 8 Check crane hook for deformation, cracks and wear. NDT inspection recommended.

Cameron EB 595 D, 22/7/94 Cameron EB 595 D, 22/7/94 Cameron EB 595 D, 22/7/94 Cameron EB 595 D, 22/7/94 Cameron EB 595 D, 22/7/94 Cameron EB 595 D, 22/7/94 Cameron EB 595 D, 22/7/94 Cameron EB 595 D, 22/7/94

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Check deadline anchor for wear and proper installation. NDT inspection is recommended. Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. HYDRAULIC BOP CONTROL AND ACCUMMULATOR UNIT The fluid reservoir should have air vents of sufficient size installed to avoid pressurisation of the tank during fluid transfers. Open up the fluid reservoir and inspect the condition of the control fluid. Pay attention to rust above the fluid level and the presence of fungus or bacteria growth. The hydraulic fluid reserviur shall be at least twice the usable fluid capacity of the accumulator system When ambient temperatures at or below freezing are expected and water-based control fluid is used, suffcient volume of ethylene glycol or other anti-freeze should be added to the fluid. Are trace-type heating systems used? The same pump system may be used to produce power fluid for control of both the BOP stack and the diverter system. This should be hard-piped, not by means of hoses. Check the operation of the fluid level control switches, when installed. At least two pump systems, each having an independent dedicated power source (electrically and pneumatically operated hydaulic pumps) should be installed. Is there a sign installed which warns for automatic operations of these pumps? Each pump shall be protected from over-pressure by a minimum of 2 devices to limit the pump discharge pressure (normally one electrical pressure switch for the electric-driven hydraulic pump and a hydro-pneumatic switch for the air-driven pump. The second device is normally a relief valve). No isolation valves are allowed to be installed in the 2 devices protecting the pump for over-pressure. When two electrically driven pumps are installed it is preferred to have an electric pressure switch installed for each individual pump. When three air-operated pumps are installed It is preferred to have at least two pneumo-hydraulic switches installed. Inspect the operation of the air-operated pumps, ensure that the pneumo-hydraulic switch is working properly and that the bypass valve is not opened in the air supply system to the air pumps (a slight leak at the pistons of the air operated pump is normal). When the air-operated pumps are not pumping at the same speed a worn piston in the fastest operating pump might be the cause. Inspect the plungers for excessive leakage or heat development on the electrically-driven pumps (excessive heat might indicate bent plungers). Ensure that non-return valves are installed in the discharge lines of the air-operated pumps and the electric driven hydraulic pumps . Check the condition of the suction filters and discharge filters of the pumps. (Often no discharge filters are installed on older rigs) Recommend ultrasonic cleaner for cleaning H.P. filters. The accumulator system shall be designed such that the loss of an individual accumulator or bank will not result in more than 25% loss of the total accumulator system capacity. (Normally there are two sets of accumulator banks, but assure that both banks have the same amount of bottles installed.) (We do accept two banks as an workable system). Ensure the vent valve which drains the control fluid back to the tank is clearly marked. (Normally closed valve) Supply pressure isolation valves and bleed-down valves shall be provided on each accumulator bank to allow for checking the pre-charge, isolating the bank or draining the fluid back to the reservoir. Inspect the condition of the valves and valve handles. Inspect the pre-charge of the accumulator bottles, normally 1,000 psi. Ensure ONLY Nitrogen is used to pre-charge the accumulators. Are O2 meters being used to check storage N2 bottles? Ensure the accumulator bottles are designed for the working pressure they are operating in. (Some very old systems have 1,500 psi WP accumulator bottles!) Ensure that all protective covers on the very delicate nitrogen valves of the accumulator bottles and shraeder valve caps are installed. The recommended pre-charge pressure for the BOP components shall be permanently attached to the accumulator banks. (The pre-charge pressure shall not exceed the working pressure of the accumulator.) (1,000 psi for Surface Accumulators) A minimum of two independent hydraulic pressure control circuits shall be provided. (Annular and Manifold pressure regulator.) The annular preventer shall be remotely controllable. Direct manual valve and regulator operability shall permit the closing of the annular BOP and maintain the set regulated pressure in the events of loss of remote control ability. ( Note: This means that only TR-type fail-safe regulators are allowed. The TR regulator has an air motor installed on the spindle to adjust the regulator remote. The membrane (AKR) regulators will lose their set regulator pressure when the remote control (rig air) is lost). Check if all air and hydraulic BOP operating units are equipped with 0-3000 psi regulator valves of the Koomey-TR type.

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API Spec 16D 2.2.1.2.

Critical

API Spec 16D 2.2.1.2

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API Spec 16D 2.2.1.2. API Spec 16D 2.2.1.2

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API Spec 16D 2.2.1.3

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3 API Spec 16D 2.2.1.3. 3

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3 API Spec 16D 2.2.1.3 3

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API Spec 16D 2.2.1.3 GOP no requirement.

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GOP no requirement.

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API Spec 16D 2.2.1.4.

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API Spec 16D 2.2.1.4; API RP 53 section 12.3.5

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API Spec 16D 2.2.1.4.

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API Spec 16D 2.2.1.6.

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A dedicated control circuit on the hydraulic control manifold shall operate the annular preventer(s). The components in this circuit shall include a pressure regulator to reduce the upstream manifold pressure to the power fluid level that meets the BOP manufacturer recommendations. The sensitivity of the regulator should be sufficient to maintain a set pressure plus or minus 150 psi. A by-pass valve is to be installed or other means to override the manifold regulator to permit switching from regulator pressure to direct accumulator pressure for operating functions. The manifold shall be designed to function at full system rated working pressure (accumulator pressure) in an emergency. A minimum of one remote panel shall be furnished. The remote panel shall be accessible to the driller. Ensure that two graphic remote control panels, each one clearly showing 'open' and 'closed' positions for each preventer and the pressure operated choke line valves. One panel must be located near the driller and one at the toolpusher's office or near the exit of the location. Check if each of the remote control panels is equipped with a master shut-off valve and controls for the regulators and the bypass valve. An emergency air back-up system consisting of either an airpressure vessel which is isolated from the rig air system with a non-return valve or Nitrogen bottles fitted with a regulator valve should be installed to supply the remote control system of air to maintain the remote control of the BOP in case of a loss of rig air pressure. (Supply the solenoid valves with air, if the remote control panel is air-controlled). Ensure that all hydraulic functions which operate the BOP and the choke and kill valves can be remotely controlled from the driller's remote control panel. The driller's remote panel must be physically arranged as a graphic presentation of the BOP stack. The remote panel shall be accessible to the driller. Ensure that the annular regulator pressure setting can be operate from the driller's remote control panel. The by-pass valve needs to be remotely controlled from the driller's panel or alternatively the manifold regulator must be controlled from the remote control panel. The driller's panel shall be equipped with displays to read the accumulator pressure, manifold regulated pressure, the annular BOP regulated pressure, and the rig air pressure (air-operated panels only) or a low air-pressure warning. The electric power supply to electro-pneumatic and electrohydraulic panels shall automatically switch to an alternate source of electric supply when primary power is interrupted. This alternate source of power should be capable to allow remote operations. Is the unit located in a safe place which is easily accessible to the rig personnel in an emergency? Not on the rig floor. Ensure the electrical connections on the junction boxes, the pressure switches and the electrical motor are explosion-proof, the skid frame and the electric pump should have a decent ground cable installed. All panel valves installed on the panel should be marked clearly. All panel valves of the BOP equipment should be either in a closed or open position during operation and not be left in "block" (centre) position. The shear/blind rams panel valve SHOULD be protected with a fools-box or cover to protect the valve being closed accidentally, this protection is not to interfere with the remote operation of this panel valve. Inspect the condition of the control hoses and fittings going from the hydraulic unit to the BOP. The control hoses should be of 1" minimum size with a working pressure of 3,000 psi. The fireresistant control hoses of the Coflexip type are the preferred type to be connected to the BOPs, although the steel swivel joints are acceptable. Test the remote operation of all panel valves operated from the drill floor. Ensure a decent tele-communication system is present between the hydraulic unit and the driller's console. Remove the covers and inspect the drive chain/belt and sprocket of the electric-driven pump. Examine for chain damage and measure the stretch. Each pump system shall provide a discharge pressure at least equal to the system working pressure (normally 3,000 psi). The air-driven pumps shall require no more than 75 psi air supply to reach the rated working pressure. This means that the ratio of the air pump(s) should be equal or higher than 40. The combined output of all pumps should be capable of charging the entire accumulator system from pre-charge pressure to maximum rated control system working pressure within 15 minutes. Check the limit pressure control switches for the proper setting. Both systems should start automatically. Normally the air pumps starts at 2,400 psi and cut out at 2,700 psi. The second electrical pump starts at 2,600 psi and cuts out at 2,900 psi. The lead electric pump start at 2,700 psi and cuts out at 3,000 psi. When only one electric pump is installed then the pressures of the lead pump should be followed. Note the setting found.

API Spec 16D 2.2.1.6.1.

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API Spec 16D 2.2.1.6.2

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API Spec 16D 2.2.1.7. Shell EP 89-1500 3.2.5.2

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Shell EP 89-1500 3.2.5.2

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API RP 53 section 17.3.8 API RP 16E 2.6.1.1

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API Spec 16D 2.2.1.7.1

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API Spec 16D 2.2.1.7.2 API RP 16E 2.6 section 14 API Spec 16D 2.2.1.7.3. API Spec 16D 2.2.1.7.4.

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API RP 53 12.7 Shell EP 89-1500 3.2.5.1 API Spec 16D 3.1.2.2, API RP 500

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Each hydraulic pump system should be capable of the following: With the accumulator bottles isolated from service, the pump system should have the capacity of closing one annular BOP (excluding the diverter) on open hole and open the hydraulically operate choke valve(s) and provide the minimum operating system pressure within two (2) minutes. (Note: Do not test the annular preventer on an open hole, but use the smallest size drill pipe in use at the well.) Verify whether the response time of the BOP control system is capable of closing each ram BOP within 30 seconds. Verify whether the response time of the BOP control system is capable of closing an annular preventer smaller than 18-3/4" within 30 seconds, annular preventers with a larger bore (Hydril MSP-diverters) should close within 45 seconds. Verify that the choke and kill valves open or close response time does not exceed the minimum observed ram close response time. (A BOP may be considered closed when the regulated operating pressure has recovered to its normal setting.) Accumulator Volume Requirements: The BOP control system shall have the minimum stored hydraulic fluid volume (VR) with the pumps inoperative, to satisfy the greater of the following requirements: 1.) Close from full open position, at zero well bore pressure, all the BOP's in the BOP stack, plus 50% reserve. 2.) The pressure of the remaining stored accumulator volume, after closing all of the BOP's shall exceed the minimum calculated (using the BOP closing ratio) operating pressure required to close any ram BOP (excluding the shear rams) at the maximum rated well bore pressure of the BOP. Examples: CIW 13-5/8" U BOP 5M WP closing ratio = 7:1 -- Minimum required accumulator pressure to close at full bore pressure is 714 psi (So 1200 psi is used to comply with API 53 5.A.3) CIW 13-5/8" U BOP 10M WP BOP closing ratio is 7:1. Minimum required accumulator pressure is 1428 psi. Without recharging, the accumulator capacity should be sufficient to close and open all preventers and closing again one ram type and one annular preventer and holding them closed against the rated working pressure. (For instance the max. WP of the BOP stack is 10,000 psi and the closing ratio is 7:1, the minimum pressure remaining in the accumulators after the functions above mentioned have been carried out should be at least 1430 psi). Ensure that there is sufficient accumulator capacity to comply with the criteria above. Ensure at least one of the electric operated hydraulic pumps is connected with the emergency switchboard. Check when the accumulator bottles were hydrostatic tested. (10 yearly). Pressure gauges should be calibrated to 1% of full scale at least every three years. Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. DIVERTER SYSTEM Check if a back-up fluid supply is available to operate the flow line and vent valves, and close the diverter bag within 30 seconds. (45 seconds if the diverter nominal bore is larger then 20"). An air storage or nitrogen back-up system should have a capability of operation all pneumatic functions at least twice in the event of a loss of rig air pressure. Ensure that all diverter control functions are remotely operable from the drill floor. Ensure that the main hydraulic control panel is located in an area remote from the drill floor. Check all valves for easy operation. Check for leaks on valves and piping. Check regulators for proper functioning. Check gauges for proper readout. Is an emergency air supply available in case of a loss of rig air pressure to maintain remote control. Check the emergency electrical power supply to the remote control panel. Ensure that the system should be fail-safe to make it impossible to close in the well with the diverter system. A diverter control system should be capable of operating the vent line and flow-line valves and closing the annular packing element on pipe within 30 seconds if the packing element 20" or smaller, 45 seconds if packing element is more than 20". The diverter control system should have sufficient accumulator capacity to provide the usable hydraulic fluid volume (with pumps inoperative) required to operate all of the divert mode functions plus 50% reserve. When the diverter is closed the flow-line valve(s) must close automatically and diverter vent line valves open automatically . It should be possible to change the diverted flow (left/port to right/starboard side), when the diverter packer is closed without closing in the well. Function test burner pit and shale shaker diverter valves. Vent lines are typically 10" or larger ID for offshore service installations and 6" or larger for onshore operations. The valves of the diverter should be hydraulically controlled. All the diverter valves should be full bore valves, no butterfly valves are allowed, the preferred vallve is the hydraulically operated ball valve. Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system.

API Spec 16D 2.2.1.3.

Major

API Spec 16D 2.2.1.1. API Spec 16D 2.2.1.1

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API Spec 16D 2.2.1.1.

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55

API Spec 16D 2.2.1.5.1and API Spec 16D 2.2.1.3.

Critical

56

Shell EP 89-1500 3.2.5.1

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57 58 59 60 61 7.8 1

3 3 API RP 53 section 12.5.3.g 3 4 4

Critical Major Minor Minor Minor

API Spec 16D 2.2.4

Critical

API Spec 16D 2.2.4.5

Critical

3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12

API Spec 16D 2.2.4.6 API Spec 16D 2.2.4.6

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API Spec 16D 2.2.4 API Spec 16D 2.2.4.1

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API Spec 16D 2.2.4.4

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API Spec 16D 2.2.4.5 API Spec 16D 2.2.4.5

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API RP 53 section 4.2.3 API RP 53 section 4.2.4 API RP 64 section 3.6.8.1.

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LAND DRILLING UNIT


INDEX-POWER PLANT
No.: DESCRIPTION:
9.1 DIESEL ENGINE 9.1.1 General 9.1.2 Caterpillar Engines 9.1.3 Engines for Camp power EMERGENCY GENERATOR SET AIR COMPRESSORS / AIR SYSTEM REFRIGERATING AND AIR-CONDITIONING WATERMAKER

PAGE No.:

9.2 9.3 9.4 9.5

Serial No.: 008-2003-0019-LR Revision date: September 2002

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Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Not inspected Not applicable

Critical Major Minor

SN. 008-2003-0019-LR-L No. Instructions

Revision date: September 2002 Comments Standards and Res. and recorded Instructions values

Crit.

9.1 DIESEL ENGINES Note the following: The number of engines: The model numbers: Engine output: Total running hours of each engine:

Record the engine serial numbers in the report.


9.1.1 GENERAL
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Check engine oil level. Check engine oil pressure when engine is at normal running temperature. Check governor oil level. Check cooling water level. Check cooling water condition. (treatment) Check for any engine oil leaks. Check for any cooling water leaks. Check for any exhaust manifold leaks. Check exhaust emission. Check condition of exhaust lagging. Carry out a lamp test on all engine alarm panels. Check that the engine alarm panel is operational. Exhaust manifolds should have fireproof gaskets between bolted connections, or should be made from pipe with screwed or welded connections. Inspect crankcase and oil pan for loose bolts and small discrepancies such as fatigue cracks, nicks and burrs on stress plates. Check the crankcase pressure. Ensure that all engine mounted pressure and temperature gauges are operating and securely mounted. Check/test engine overspeed. (10% above rated) Check working of low oil level indicator. (if installed) Are the engine crankcase explosion relief valves so arranged that people are not likely to get hurt? Check pre-lube cycle and remote starting procedure. Check air starter motor for leakage and proper operation. Test the high engine water temperature alarm setting and shutdown. Test the low lube oil pressure alarm setting and shutdown. Test the high lube oil temperature alarm setting. Test the low fuel oil pressure alarm setting. Run one engine on max. possible load for a 1 hour. Test the load sharing system. Check that there is an emergency shut-down device that will close off the combustion air. Check that the rig power emergency shut down devices are checked on a weekly basis. Check that the engine shut down devices are actuation checked weekly basis. Check hold down bolts and engine mounts for vibration Check that all rotating parts are protected. Check which equipment trips with load shedding. Check when the vibration damper was last checked for: rubber flexibility and the use of silicon grease. Check the operation of the engine air manifold shut down flaps. (rig savers) Check the operation of any lock-out device when turning gear is engaged.(if applicable) Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Major Major Major Major Major Major Major Major Major Major Major Major Major

API RP 7C-11F appendix A3

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API RP 14F 3.2 API RP 14F 3.2

API RP 54 9.15.1 API RP 54 9.15.2 API RP 54 9.15.2

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Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system.

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9.1.2 Caterpillar Engines Check low lube oil pressure shut down

Check over speed shutdown Remove water temperature switches and bench test for alarm and shutdown 42 If fitted remove metal detector and check condition of electronic grid. 43 If fitted remove at random the oil centrifuge and examine. 44 Check for exhaust leakage under the water cooling shield for the exhaust manifold 45 Are the nozzles regularly tested. Is there a nozzle tester on the rig. 46 Is there a nozzle tester on the rig. 47 Check condition of fuel lines 48 Ensure all brackets are fitted on fuel lines and have rubber protection. 49 Check valve clearances at random 50 Ask for crankcase breathers to be removed and check condition of screens. 51 Check for noisy turbo-chargers. 52 Remove air filters and check for bearing movement on the compressor side of the turbo. 53 Record hours on Turbo cartridges. 54 Check top deck for any deterioration or damaged parts, especially valve springs and collets. 55 Check engine for excessive vibration 56 Check service records to see if liner protrusion and ovality were measured and recorded at the last top overhaul 57 Check operation of emergency pull switch. 58 Check operation of emergency shut down on the hydromechanical unit 59 If possible check differential pressure across the oil cooler. 60 Check operation of sump heater if fitted. 61 Check condition of the turbo protection shield if fitted. 62 Check for oil leakage around the crankshaft seals. 63 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 64 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. Portable engines and stationary small prime movers 65 Is the foundation or mounting cradle free of defects? 66 Check that spark arrestors are fitted to all exhausts unless if they venting into a safe area. (If water-cooled spark arrestors are fitted, then the supply should be fitted with an alarm in case of failure). 67 Check that overspeed trips are fitted. 68 If the engine-room is in the hazardous area, it should be pressurized with air from a safe area, an alarm should be fitted in case of loss of overpressure and an air lock used for any access from a zone 1 area.

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3 3

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9.1.3 Engines for Camp Power


Note the following:No. of engines, the model numbers, total running hours of each engine 69 Before inspection, check the PMS-history files whether all programshave been carried out on the due running hours". 70 Check lube oil level and condition 71 Date of last lubrication oil change. 72 Check cooling water treatment. 73 Check fan belt tightness and wear. 74 Check radiator hoses for aging or damage. 75 Open up cylinder head covers, check inlet- and exhaust valves with springs. 76 Inspect crankcase and oil pan for loose bolts and small discrepancies such as fatigue cracks, nicks, and burrs on stress plates. 77 Check pre-lube cycle and starting procedure. 78 Check the air starter motor for leakage and proper operation 79 Time how long it takes to start an engine and have it on the main bus bar 80 Run the engines at 100% load for 1/2 hour. 81 Check the exhaust emission.Blue smoke is an indication of excessive unburned lube oil.Black or gray smoke usually is caused by air starvation or overload. 82 Check cooling water temperature and pressure and compare with design values 83 Check lube oil temperature and pressure and compare with design values. 84 Check engine pumps for leaks. 85 Check engine overspeed.(Normally set 10% above rated engine speed). Check and test the alarm setting of the following: 86 High engine water temperature. 87 Low lube oil pressure. 88 High lube oil temperature. 89 Check and inspect base mounting bolts for any damage or improper torque. 90 Remove inspection covers on generator and inspect the following for loose connections, loose bolts, bracing, damaged insulation, generator stator and connecting leads, revolving fields, exciter field, and exciter armature with diode assembly, and connecting leads. 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 3 Minor Minor Minor Minor Major Major Major Major

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91

Check oil or grease in main bearing. Date of last lube oil change.(Max. 2 yr ) 92 Check the engine control panel. 93 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 94 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 9.2 EMERGENCY GENERATOR SET (CHECK ONLY IF APPLICABLE) Engine type:____________ Genr: Cap.______kW 1 Check the emergency engine control panel. 2 Is the emergency source of power a generator powered by a compression ignition engine or gas turbine operating on fuel with a flash point greater than 43 deg. C. without supervision? 3 Are the emergency generator, its equipment and its fuel storage located outside any hazardous areas? 4 Are they independent of and remote from the main power supply? 5 Does the emergency equipment space have an exit to the open air? 6 Check radiator air shutters for easy movement. 7 Check lube oil level and condition. 8 Check fan belt tightness and wear. 9 Check radiator hoses for ageing or damage. 10 Is the emergency generator fitted with a spark arrestor? 11 Means should be provided to ensure that machinery can be brought into operation from a black-out condition without external aid. 12 Check that the interconnect/back feed feeders are protected for overload/short circuit. 13 Check that the emergency generator can also supply at least one of the BOP triplex pumps. 14 Remove inspection covers on generator and inspect the following for loose connections, loose bolts, bracing, damaged insulation, generator stator and connecting leads, revolving fields, exciter field, and exciter armature with diode assembly, and connecting leads. 15 Megger test generator and exciter. (Generator revolving field and exciter with diodes jumped according to mfg. Instructions). (Do not megger test exciter field with voltage regulator connected). Record results in report. 16 Check the circuit breakers, interior components, controls, meters in the emergency switchboard. 17 Check if the safety lights automatically switch on when the emergency generator doesn't start. 18 Check the emergency generator batteries, storage location, charger and is the ventilation or extraction of gasses satisfactory? 19 Check/test engine shut downs. 20 Check automatic operation of the generator set when main bus bar power is lost. 21 Test to ensure the emergency equipment come into operation automatically upon loss of the main power supply and is it automatically connected to the emergency distribution system? 22 Can the emergency generator, if provided, be started independently from the automatic starting mechanism and has it been operationally tested? 23 Are there two independent means of starting the emergency generator engine? 24 Run the engine at 100% load for 1 hour. 25 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 26 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 9.3 AIR COMPRESSOR Manf:___________ Type:_____________ No.:________ 1 Check the oil levels of all compressors. 2 Check the condition of the oil of all compressors. 3 Check when the oil was last changed. 4 Check "V" belts for correct tension or wear. 5 Check foundation or hold-down bolts for tightness. 6 Check operation and capacity. 7 Check pressure gauges to ensure proper operation of suction and discharge valves of all stages. 8 Check high air temperature shut down on screw type compressors. 9 10 Check proper functioning of automatic drains. Air safety valves and fittings properly protected against mechanical damage? 11 Are the discharges from the safety valves piped and vented to a safe place with respect to protection of personnel? AIR RECEIVERS Are air receivers for engine starting, rig air, drill floor, fitted with the following: 12 Clearly visible distiguishing marks? 13 Pressure gauges with maximum working pressure clearly visible? 14 A hand hole or manhole? 15 Certificate for pressure vessel requirements? 16 Relief valve or bursting disc? 17 Are the discharges from the safety valves piped and vented to a safe place with respect to protection of personnel?

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3 3 3 3 3 3 3 IADC Safety alert 98-7, point 6 3

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3 3 API RP 54 9.13.2 3

Minor Critical Critical

3 3 3 3 3 3

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API RP 54 9.13.2

18

Is a label permanently installed showing the name of the manufacturer and to which standards the pressure vessel has been fabricated and tested? 19 Check history files that PM checks have been conducted in time according to running hours. 20 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 21 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 9.4 REFRIGERATING AND AIRCONDITIONING Manf.:___________ Refrigerant: R__________ 1 Check refr.machinery V-belt tightness & wear. 2 Check oil level of compressors. 3 Check that all refr.machinery is operational. 4 Run refr. machinery, check pressures, freon level and safety devices. 5 Check and note temperatures of freezers and cooling rooms. 6 Check air-conditioning ventilator V-belt tightness and wear. 7 Check air filter of evaporators. 8 Check air filters vent units. 9 Check air-condition machinery V-belt tightness and wear. 10 Check that all air-condition machinery is operational. 11 Run air-conditioning machinery, check pressures, freon level and safety devices. 12 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 13 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 9.5 WATERMAKER Manufacturer:__________ Capacity:__________ Heating source:____ 1 Check operation of the watermakers. 2 Is the capacity sufficient to supply the rig of potable water? 3 Is it economical to make the water on the rig? (In other words is it more econominal to supply water from shore than to make it on the rig). 4 Check safety switch operation for vacuum. (Opens above 2" high vac.) 5 Check ppm measuring system. (Alarm, dump valve, etc.) 6 Check potable water loading system. Is it possible to take water samples when loading water? 7 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 8 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system.

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LAND RIG DRILLING UNIT


INDEX-ELECTRICAL
No. DESCRIPTION: :
10.1 ELMAGCO BRAKE 10.2 MAIN GENERATORS 10.3 MAIN TRANSFORMER, 3 PHASE 10.4 CONVERTERS (SCR and variable frequency drives) 10.5 MAIN SWITCH BOARDS 10.6 EMERGENCY SWITCH BOARDS 10.7 DC MOTORS 10.8 AC MOTORS 10.9 MOTOR CONTROL (MCC's and Motor Starters) 10.10 LIGHTING SYSTEM (Main) 10.11 LIGHTING SYSTEM (Emergency) 10.12 ELECTRICAL OUTLETS 10.13 CABLES AND CABLE TRAYS 10.14 BATTERIES,BATTERY CHARGERS AND UPS 10.15 ALARM SYSTEMS: FIRE,GAS and GENERAL 10.17 COMMUNICATION: TELEPHONE AND PA SYSTEMS 10.18 ELECTRIC WELDING AND WELDING DISTRIBUTION 10.19 EARTHING AND EARTH BOUNDING 10.20 HAZARDOUS AREAS 10.21 MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 1 2 3 4 Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Not inspected Not applicable

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Are any filters installed on the air intakes of generators located in dusty/greasy/oily areas. 2 Remove the inspection covers of the generator and the exciter. Visually inspect the following for defects: collector slip rings, brush holders, brushes, rotating field coil connections, commutator and armature. Check the air cap of the rotor/stator and the exciter/stator. 3 Check the brushes of the slip rings or the exciter armature for chipping, cracks or sticking in the holder. (Also check for shiny clips and discolored, frayed or loose pigtails). 4 Examine the exciter commutator for excessive or destructive streaking, threading, grooving, copper drag, pitch bar marking, heavy slot bar marking, or high mica. 5 Check for swelling of the field armatures caused by overheating. This can be the result of prolonged running under high load and low power factor. 6 Check the rotating fields and associated components for evidence of movement. 7 Megger test the rotating fields and/or exciter armature with slip ring or armature brushes in place. (Test voltage @ 500 V. Note: disconnect the voltage regulator before megger testing) 8 Open the generator connection box and inspect the stator and field connections. Check any auxiliary equipment located inside the connection box. 9 Verify that the space heater is working. 10 Check the generator bearings for lubrication and temp. 11 Start a diesel generator set, excite the generator, synchronize and couple it to the main board, Load the generator and observe the operation. 12 Verify that the generator instruments on the main switchboard operate correctly. 13 Check the generator safety devices such as under voltage, under frequency, over voltage and reverse power. 14 Check load sharing system, test with other generators on line. Perform "drop off" test with engines at +/- 50% load. 15 Check/test engine overspeed. (10% above rated) 16 Parallel the generators and check the performance under varying conditions. 17 Check the power management system. (If installed) 18 Run a load test on the generators. (Only if required by the Client) 19 Check that the couplings between engine and the main generator and any auxiliary exciters are adequately guarded. 20 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to 21 the system. 10.3 MAIN TRANSFORMERS 1 Are any warning signs displayed near or at the transformers? 2 Is a high temperature indication or alarm installed? Check and record the transformer temperature for reference. Value_________ deg. C. 3 Check the safety devices on the entrance to the transformers. 4 5 6 7 8 9 Inspect for accumulation of dust or dirt on the insulation surfaces and cooling air passages. Check for loose connections and examine the general conditions of the transformer. Survey for signs of overheating of copper bars and connections and tracking over insulation surfaces marked by carbonization. Are any fans operational for the cooling of the transformer and what is their condition? Are the transformers sufficiently protected against overcurrent and short circuit Take megger readings of the primary and secondary side of the transformer, using a 1000V megger tester. Allow the megger to operate for a while, before reading the value. Note this value in the report. Connect the high voltage winding to ground and megger the low voltage winding. Record the value in the report. Regular oil samples should be taken from any transformers or other equipment immersed in oil. These samples should be examined and the results logged for future reference. Has a thermal inspection of the busbars and connections been carried out recently? Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system.

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10.4 CONVERTERS (SCR and Variable frequency Drives) 1 SCR system, AC to DC conversion. Check the integrity and cleanness of the SCR cabinets. 2 Check the assignments and master/slave operations. Check if all the assignment permissives are working properly, such as pressure from fans, pressure from oil- or cooling pumps. 3 Check the local controls, drillers and mud pump console. 4 Test the SCR system with electrician and driller. Attend especially to the alarms of failed fans oil- or cooling water pumps or other permissives. If these fail an alarm must be raised, but the drive should not stop. (If the operations permit this) 5 If a power limitation system is installed: Create an overload situation during the operation and ensure that the power limitation phases back the mud pump strokes. 6 Repeat this test with each SCR unit and generator set to ensure that the power limitation works on every possible situation. 7 Check if sufficient spare parts are available for the SCR units. (Company policy dependent) 8 Has a thermal inspection of the busbars and connections been carried out recently? 9 Check that lock out tag out facilities are available at the switchboard to enable machinery to be safely isolated for maintenance. 10 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 11 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 10.5 MAIN SWITCH BOARDS

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Main AC switchboard. Perform a visual inspection of the main switchboard, check for cleanness and the condition of the internal components. 2 Check for discoloring of the main and secondary busbars. 3 Withdraw the main circuit breakers and inspect for mechanical wear, examine the main and auxiliary contacts as well as the rear connections. 4 Operate all main circuit breakers, especially the bus tiebreakers, which are seldom utilized. 5 Check all switch boards for earth faults. 6 Has a thermal inspection of the busbars and connections been carried out recently? 7 Check that there are rubber (non-conducting) mats or grating in front of switch boards and MCCs. 8 Check that lock out tag out facilities are available at the switchboard to enable machinery to be safely isolated for maintenance. 9 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 10 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 10.6 EMERGENCY SWITCH BOARDS Emergency AC switchboard. Perform a visual inspection of the 1 main switchboard, check for cleanness and the condition of the internal components. Check for discoloring of the main and secondary busbars. 2 Withdraw the main circuit breakers and inspect for mechanical wear, 3 examine the main and auxiliary contacts as well as the rear connections. Operate all main circuit breakers, especially the bus tiebreakers, 4 which are seldom utilized. Check all switch boards for earth faults. 5 Has a thermal inspection of the busbars and connections been 6 carried out recently? Check that there are rubber (non-conducting) mats or grating in front 7 of switch boards and MCCs. Check that lock out tag out facilities are available at the switchboard 8 to enable machinery to be safely isolated for maintenance. Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of 9 the system. 10 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 10.7 DC MOTORS Open the DC motors and check internally for cleanness. 1 Check the condition of the armature and windings. Check for cracks 2 in the winding heads, cleanness of the teflon creepage band and flash ring for possible flashovers. Ensure that the commutator is in a good condition and no arcing has 3 occurred. Ensure that, the brushes are not stuck in the holders, the brush 4 holders are in good condition and that the teflon part of the brush holder is clean. Check the operation and correct classification of the space heater 5 and cabling. Open the motor connection box and inspect the cable glands, 6 terminals and pressure switch. Check the operation of the lock out switch. 7 Check the condition of the blower motor, ducting, damper and 8 connecting pieces. Note: if the blower is mounted on the top of the DC motor, the air supply ducting to the fan should be gastight. If it is not a closed loop type than the air should come from a nonhazardous area. Check the operation of the air purge system. (If installed) 9 10 Test the purge-loss alarm, the start interlock, and the pre-purge period. 11 If the cooling air of a DC motor is venting to a hazardous area, the exhaust of the motor should be equipped with a spark arrestor or the air should be vented to a location outside the hazardous area. 12 Check the motor couplings for tightness. 13 While motor is in operation, check the bearings for excessive noise and temperatures and attend for abnormal sounds and/or vibration of the DC motor. Megger test the motor field and armature and record the values in the report.(API minimum value is 2 M.ohms.) 14 Drawworks A 15 Drawworks B 16 Drawworks C 17 Top drive 18 Rotary 19 Mud pump 1 A 20 Mud pump 1 B 21 Mud pump 2 A 22 Mud pump 2 B 23 Mud pump 3 A 24 Mud pump 3 B 25 Cement pump No: 1 26 Cement pump No: 2 API RP 54 section 27 Check that the coupling between motor and the driven unit is adequately guarded. 5.6.4 API RP 7L section 1.4 28 Check that all motors are fitted with a permanent and legible name plate indicating size rating and serial number. 29 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 30 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 10.8 AC MOTORS Check that the AC motor is suitable for the area in which it is 1 located. 2 Check that the motor is firmly placed and that the coupling between a API RP 54 section motor and the driven equipment is adequately guarded. 5.6.4 3 Open randomly the connection boxes of some AC motors and check the motor connections. 4 Check for proper use of cable glands and suitable fixation of the supply cable.

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Randomly check of the motors in operation, the bearings for excessive noise and temperatures and attend for abnormal sounds and/or vibration of the AC motor. Megger test the following AC motors and record the values in the report.(API minimum value is 2 M.ohms.) 6 Fire pump No 1 7 Fire pump No 2 8 Air compressor 1 9 Air compressor 2 10 Air compressor 3 11 General service water pump 1 12 General service water pump 2 13 Degasser pump 14 Desander pump 15 Desilter pump 16 Koomey unit charge pump 17 Mixing pumps 18 Transfer pumps 19 Agitators 20 Conduct a megger test of other AC motors at random and record the values in the report. 21 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 22 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 10.9 MOTOR CONTROL (MCC's and Motor Starters) 1 Motor control centers. Check the condition of equipment in the motor starters. 2 Check the operation of the controls, meters and indication lights. 3 Are all the electrical starters and circuit breakers clearly labeled? Are the remote operating stations clearly labeled? 4 Randomly check if the circuit breakers and thermal overloads of the individual starters are suitable for their application. 5 Have the circuit breakers and thermal overloads been tested through a current injection test less than 5 years ago. 6 Review the last Load Analyzes. Are they still valid.? (Electricians hook up new fans, motors, pumps - you name it, as long as they can find some available starter panels in MCCs. But how about Load Analyzes and Short Circuit Calculations??) 7 Has a thermal inspection of the equipment and connections been carried out recently? 8 Check that there are rubber (non-conducting) mats or grating in front of switch boards and MCCs. 9 Check that lock out tag out facilities are available at the switchboard to enable machinery to be safely isolated for maintenance. 10 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 11 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 10.10 LIGHTING SYSTEM (Main) 1 Are all working areas sufficiently illuminated? 2 Lighting distribution. Carry out a visual inspection of the equipment in the distribution boards. 3 Check for overloaded circuits in the distribution boards. 4 Are all the lighting circuits properly identified? 5 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 6 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 10.11 LIGHTING SYSTEM (Emergency) 1 Lighting. Check if sufficient emergency battery backed lighting is available on the escape ways from drill floor, mud tanks, etc. 2 Check if the duration of the lighting of these light fittings is adequate. (Minimum burning time 1 hour) 3 Check that sufficient emergency lights are available when running on the emergency generator. 4 Check that all the emergency lights are marked as such. 5 Check if all the glass globes, protection shades or diffusers are in place on the lighting fixtures. 6 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 7 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 10.12 ELECTRICAL OUTLETS AND PORTABLE ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT. 1 Check if all electrical socket outlets are equipped with residual current circuit breakers in order to provide personal protection. (RCCB,s trip if a leakage current to earth has been detected of 30 mA for 30 m.sec.) 2 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 3 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 10.13 CABLES AND CABLE TRAYS 1 General. Check all main cable runs for security and damage. Are the bulkhead penetrations correct for there purpose? (Watertight/gastight/A60 fireproof) 2 No splices or taps are allowed in seals. Sealing

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Check the flexible multicore cables for deformation, indicating possible internal damage. 8 Check if the correct type of cable glands have been used for the equipment application. 9 Check that all cables in temporary electrical installations, facilities or hook ups are well protected, both mechanically and electrically and preferably have suitable earth leakage protection. 10 Check that cables are properly supported and secured to a cable tray or other approved means of support.Commercially made cable trays are generally preferred for multiple cable runs. For small installations, standard pipe or conduit, or specially designed brackets or supports may be utilized. 11 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 12 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 10.14 BATTERIES, BATTERY CHARGERS AND UPS 1 Battery system. Check the integrity of the battery box / locker. 2 Are the danger notices clearly displayed? (Such as corrosive, hazardous area) 3 Is suitable personal protection available? Are the gas vents, battery bank supports and ventilation of the room(s) properly maintained? 5 Check for corrosion of the battery connections and leakage of battery acid. 6 Check the battery liquid level, vent caps and specific gravity. 7 Check the meters, controls and indicator lights of the battery chargers. 8 Perform a drain test of the emergency (lighting) battery banks, if the operation allows this. 9 Check that the batteries are installed in a clean, cool, accessible, and vibration-free locations. 10 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 11 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 10.15 ALARM SYSTEMS: FIRE, GAS and GENERAL 1 Are the general alarm signals properly audible in all areas of the unit? Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 3 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 10.17 COMMUNICATIONS: TELEPHONE AND PA SYSTEMS 1 Is the public address system properly audible in all areas of the unit? 2 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 3 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 10.18 ELECTRIC WELDING AND WELDING DISTRIBUTION 1 Welding stations. Are the welding units working properly and are ample cables and welding equipment available? 2 Inspect welding sockets for security and damage. 3 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 4 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 10.19 EARTHING AND BOUNDING 1 Earthing and bonding. Check if all electrical equipment is fitted with bonding cables and if these cables are in an acceptable condition. 2 Check if the bonding straps have an adequate cross section. Check if all joints of the bonding straps have an adequate low resistance. 4 Checks should be made to ensure that all fasteners (fixing bolts), with which the equipment is fixed to the bulkheads, are tight and are of a type which cannot come loose in service. 5 Check that all electrically conductive cable support systems are adequately grounded. 6 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 7 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 10.20 HAZARDOUS AREAS 1 Hazardous areas, electrical equipment. Check if any equipment, which is or will be located in hazardous or potentially hazardous areas, complies with a recognized standard for electrical apparatus for installation in potentially explosive atmospheres. Look for certificates/labels of the Underwriters Laboratory. 2 Check that all equipment is suitable for its intended purpose and that it is so constructed and protected that it is suitable for the conditions, under which it has to operate. 3 Check if the electrical installation in the hazardous areas is suitable for the application and that the integrity of the protection concept will not become impaired. 4 Check that all the electrical equipment, including junction boxes, lights, outlets, etc. have their original identification labels in place and are legible. Particular attention should be paid in the hazardous areas. Missing or illegible labels void the electrical equipment for further use in the hazardous areas. 5 Ventilation inlets should be located in unclassified (non-hazardous) locations. 6 All electrical components in hazardous areas should be marked/labeled/tagged. 7 Ventilation systems for hazardous (classified) locations should be completely separate from those for unclassified (non-hazardous) locations. 2 3 4

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Enclosed hazardous (classified) locations are to be provided with ventilation as required to maintain them at a pressure lower than adjacent less hazardous locations by a minimum differential of 25 Pa (0.1 in H 2O). 9 Enclosed hazardous (classified) spaces containing any open portion of the mud system should be ventilated at a minimum rate of 12 air changes per hour. 10 Check that all the junction boxes, control stations, starters, etc. are closed with the proper type and amount of bolts, in order to ensure the gastight integrity. 11 Check if there are any defects noticeable on the cable sheaths or armoring of the electrical cables in the hazardous areas. 12 Check the alarms, interlocks and electrical disconnection associated with pressurized equipment in the hazardous areas. (Eexp equipment) Check alarms 13 Check if any switchgear room is located in the hazardous areas, if so, the room should be purged and positively pressurized. 14 Check that upon loss of overpressure or ventilation to a switchgear room located in the hazardous areas, the power to the switchgear room switches off. 15 Check if the air for the purging and pressurizing of hazardous area equipment is drawn from a safe area. 16 Check if the air for the purging and pressurizing of hazardous area equipment is filtered and dried. 17 Carry out a random inspection on the appearance of the flame paths of Eexd enclosures. (Junction boxes, control stations and electric motors) The flame path should be free from corrosion and special grease should be applied to it. review PMS procedures. 18 Carry out a random inspection on the use of zener barriers for electrical equipment in hazardous areas. (Eexi equipment) Check if blue cables are used for intrinsically safe circuits, and if these cables are not together in junction boxes with other cables of nonintrinsically safe systems. 19 Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 20 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 10.21 MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS 1 Are safety slings installed on equipment, which is located in places, where falling objects could injure personnel? 2 Is the electrical equipment properly identified? 3 Are hand lamps and extension cables well maintained and regularly checked? 5 Electrical forklift: Check the battery and charger, operate the controls and drive motors. 6 Check the reverse signal and indicator lights. 7 Check metal structural parts, fan shrouds, panels and similar items on electrical machinery and power equipment for evidence of overheating or sparking. Check if adequate guards, fences and personal protection are available on potentially dangerous equipment. All new drilling units (built after 1982) should have additional isolation facilities between the SCR unit and the DC motors. During maintenance on the relevant equipment it should not be possible to apply power to this equipment from the SCR unit, willfully or accidentally. Check if the drilling units Operation Manual include; the particulars of the main items of the power plant, including ratings, duty, make and serial numbers. Check if the drilling units Operation Manual include; the manufacturers description of the manner in which specific items of the power plant function, if this is not immediately obvious. Check if the drilling units Operation Manual include; the owners instructions for his personnel for operating and managing the plant. Check if the drilling units Operation Manual include; the manufacturers recommendations for operating the plant. Check if the drilling units Operation Manual include; the manufacturers description of the electrical protection equipment and method of operation. Check if the drilling units Operation Manual include; the manufacturers instructions for checking or measuring of induced currents in normally non current carrying parts. Check if the drilling units Operation Manual include; single line diagram of the whole electrical installation, complete with cable/wire numbers, junction boxes and terminal numbers. Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system.

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AUTOMATIC FIRE DETECTION SYSTEM CO2/HALON SYSTEM FOR FIRE CONTROL FIXED FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEMS. PORTABLE EXTINGUISHERS & FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT 11.2.4 BREATHING APPARATUS 11.3 FLAMMABLE GAS DETECTION 11.5 DRILLING FACILITIES SAFETY 11.6 FIRST-AID AND HOSPITAL 11.7 EMERGENCY PROCEDURES MANUAL 11.8 LIFTING AND HANDLING 11.9 ACCOMMODATION 11.10 POLLUTION CONTROL 11.11 HOUSEKEEPING 11.12 GENERAL SAFETY ITEMS 11.13 WORK PERMITS

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Check that smoke detectors, heat detectors or both installed in the camp accommodation areas. Verify the proper operation of the fire detection system. Check that there is an audible and visual alarm in the toolpusher office or radio room. The detection panel should be self-monitoring for faults. Activation of a detector in any space should not affect the remaining alarms. Audible alarms may be cancelled but, visual alarms may not be cancelled until the pull station is re-set. Check that the system wiring is adequate protected At least two detectors should be fitted in any space and they should be arranged to give effective monitoring Heat detectors should not be self-resetting. Heat detectors should not mounted over 8 metre from the ground. Heat detectors should not covering more than 37 sq.m. Check that frangible bulb detectors are set 30C. above the ambient temperature or not less that 57C. Adequate provision for system testing should be made. Without interfering with the system integrity. Check that manual pull stations are located near exits or on escape routes where possible. Are satisfactory operating and planned maintenance instructions available. Check PM system for fire detection system.

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Check the condition of the hoses. Check that approved fire hoses are used. Check that flax canvas hoses are rot-proofed. Check condition and the uniformity of the couplings used. Check PM history files for last test of the system. Check for proper storage, near or connected to fire pump. Ensure coupling wrench and nozzle is in place at fire pump. Check the condition of the nozzles. Check for damage to couplings. Nozzles need to be capable for jet and spray. Check condition of nozzle, pick up hoses and mixer. Check that the couplings of nozzle and hose are compatible with the fire hydrants. Ensure the dial is set for 3% foam solution. Check that the fire main is not used for other purposes. When diesel driven: start engine by hand and / or by other means as applicable and check operation. If the starting device of the diesel is electric: check condition of batteries, cables and battery charger. Is the fire pump protected from freezing ( cold climate )

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They should have a re-enforced discharge hose which will not kink if bent through 90 degrees. There should be a locking device on the trigger. The method of operation should be readily apparent. They should be fitted with a mounting bracket. Camp accommodation extinguishers should be of the water type although up to 50% of the number may be dry powder. Extinguishers of less than 9 litre capacity will be accepted in the radio room or similar service spaces. Halon extinguishers should be fitted with a rupture disk. The word "Fire Extinguisher". The extinguishing agent. The type of charge and quantity. The method of operation. A warning that fumes given off are dangerous especially in confined spaces and suitability for use on live electrical installations. The manufacturer and year of make. Instructions for regular checks The test and working pressure. The instruction - "Refill after complete or partial use." A non-metallic discharge horn. All metal parts of the handle should be sheathed. A minimum discharge hose size of 9.5 mm for a 16 kg. extinguisher and minimum of 12 mm for a 45 kg. extinguisher. The The The The The The manufacturer. capacity of the extinguisher. solution level for a full extinguisher. extinguisher's test pressure. operating instructions. year of manufacture.

Minor Minor Minor Minor Minor Minor Minor

3 3 3 3

Halon extinguishers should be clearly marked with:

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3 3 3 3 3

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3 3 3 3

CO2 extinguishers should have:

23 24 25

3 3 3

Minor Minor Minor

Foam extinguishers should be marked with:

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Dry powder extinguishers should have a controllable release mechanism which may be shut-off. Dry powder extinguishers should be clearly marked with:

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Minor Minor Minor Minor Minor Minor


Minor

The word "Fire Extinguisher". The operating instructions. A warning about use on electrical fires. The manufacturer. The year of manufacture. The maintenance instructions. The test-and working pressures. The instructions - "Refill after complete or partial use." Sufficient spare charges for 25% of the portable extinguishers should be available. Charges should be renewed every 4 years or if there is a weight loss exceeding 10% of the original. Ensure that no Halon or CO2 extinguishers are near or in sleeping quarters. Check that no extinguishers with a medium liable to give off toxic fumes is in use. Machinery spaces should be equipped with extinguishers suitable for oil fires, 50% of which should be of the foam type. All galley extinguishers should be suitable for use on oil fires. Check for visible damage or abuse of hoses, nozzles, valves and hangers. Check last inspection/hydrostatic test date. Check that all portable fire extinguishers have been numbered. Have all fire extinguishers on outside location or in the mud processing area been placed in fibber glass cabinets or at least been protected by plastic bags. Check that firemen's outfits are stored in suitable containers with instructions on the lid. The boxes will be located in pairs. There should be least 2 sets of fireman suits on the rig. A protective outfit including gloves, boots, a face mask or hood and a helmet. A self-contained breathing apparatus. A portable battery operated safety lamp capable of functioning efficiently for a period of not less than 3 hours. A fireman's axe which should have a blade and a spike on the reverse side.

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3 3 3

Fire Extinguisher:

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51 52

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The fireman suits should consist out of:

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60

61 62 63 64 65

A safety harness and lifeline. Safety harnesses should be adjustable and be fitted with a lifeline equipped with a suitable strength. A fire-proof life and signalling line should be provided 3 metres longer than required to go from any accommodation or work space to clean air. The line should be 500 kg copper or galvanised steel rope overlaid by hemp rope to 32 mm circumference. An instruction plate should be attached at each end of the line reading the following: Signals by wearer of breathing apparatus. 2 pulls - slack off line. Check when the various fire extinguishers were last pressure tested. Accepted frequencies are 4 yearly CO2 cartridges are not to be recharged if more than 15 years have elapsed since date of manufacture A detailed plan of the layout of all firefighting equipment should be posted at the toolpushers office and at the camp. The plans should be clear and not confused by excess detail.

3 3

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Minor

Criti cal Criti cal Minor Minor


Minor Minor

3 4 4

Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. Recommendations to be made regarding structural 66 improvement to the system. 11.2.4 BREATHING APPARATUS

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14
15 16 11.3

Visually inspect the complete apparatus for worn or aging rubber parts and damaged components. Check that sufficient sets of breathing apparatus are available at readily accessible locations when H2S is or may be present. They should be of an open circuit, compressed air type containing at least 1200 litres of free air, with a full flow override device and a gauge. The maximum weight should be less than 16 kg. Are the B.A. sets well constructed and in good condition with full face masks. If ultra lightweight cylinders are in use, are these well protected in the harness and only refilled onshore with dry air. B.A. sets should be clearly marked with the manufacturer's name as well as operating instruction and have the charging pressure marked in 20 mm red letters on a white background up to 137 bar and black on yellow for up to 207 bar. Every set should have spare air storage of 2400 litres unless 5 or more sets are available then the spare capacity is reduced to 9600 litres. (8 bottles) Check the spare bottles. Spare capacity may be reduced to 4800 litres if a compressor is available. Check the arrangement of the compressor for suitability of clean air supply, filtration, operating instructions and procedures. Check when the pressure relief valves of the compressor(s) were last tested/certified. Check the last cylinder hydrostatic test date to ensure it was tested within the last 5 years. Visually inspect cylinder for dents or gouges in metal. Cylinders which show exposure to high heat or flame, such as paint turned brown or black, decals, charred or missing, gauge lenses melted or elastomeric bumper distorted, shall be removed from servic Check maintenance system that all B.A. sets are regular maintained.
Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. FLAMMABLE GAS DETECTION

Criti cal Criti cal Minor

3 3

Aluminium

Minor Criti cal Criti cal Criti cal

Major

3 3

Major Major Criti cal Criti cal Criti cal

3 3

3 4 4

Major
Minor Minor

1 2 3 4 5 6

Check that there is a flammable gas detection system with detectors at all likely areas for flammable gas to occur. Check control station and location. Check audible and visual alarm. Is the system self-monitoring for faults. Check that activation of an alarm in any area should not prevent another area from sounding. The system should be set at the lowest possible, reliable level to prevent activation by background levels. Can the system be easily recalibrated?

Criti cal Minor Major Major Minor Major

3 3 3

8 9

Only systems with continuous monitoring of all detectors are approved - sequential systems are not approved unless they have very quick sampling frequency. Check that the location of the sensors could be considered an effective layout. Can a sensor be tested without affecting the whole system. Is there an H2S warning system and is it presently operational. When was is last tested. Does it measure the actual concentration of gas present. Are the meters of robust construction, easily handled by one person and have a sampling tube at least 1.5m. long. Is there a battery check function. The meter should read LEL%. There must be at least 2 meters available. Check which provision is available for calibration and testing. Check the condition of the test equipment of the gas detection system. Check that portable gas detection systems are examined and tested every 28 days and before use.
Recommendation to be made regarding the general condition of the system. Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. DRILLING FACILITIES SAFETY

Major

3 3

Minor Major

H2S Gas Detection.

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3 3 3

Criti cal Minor Minor

Portable Gas Detectors.

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11.5

Major Minor Minor Minor Major Major Minor


Minor Minor

3 3 3 3 3 3

4 4

2 3

Check the communications system from the driller's enclosure to the monkey board, mud pits, mud-logging unit, toolpushers and company mans office. Check that all safety lockers have been supplied with the appropriate safety equipment (safety gear, first-aid, etc.)? Check if there is a fixed foam system installed for the mud tanks. (oil based mud) Check that all the sacks are clearly labelled and not mixed. Check that safety signs are installed giving instructions for material handling. Check if there are standing instructions/regulations for fuel-leaks, reserve pit leaks, trash in pits, etc. Are the safe drilling procedures & standards complete, updated and authorised. Check records and frequency of pit and BOP drills. Are there appropriate warning and safety signs displayed. A properly constructed 3 rail guard rail should be fitted across the V-door when it is not in use. It should be used. Are there sufficient supplies of eye- and ear protectors, welding masks or goggles, welding aprons, breathing apparatus, gloves, overalls, and safety boots available. All doors to hazardous areas should be marked with "HAZARDOUS AREA" in red capital letters at least 50 mm high. Check that the operations manual contains a drawing showing the location of storage for radioactive, explosive or flammable substances. Check that radio-active sources or explosives are stored as far from the accommodation as reasonably practicable. Check that all flammable substances are kept in appropriate receptacles, well away from the accommodation or from hazardous zones. Are all hatches and doors to areas or receptacles containing dangerous substances marked with "DANGER" in red letters, 50 mm+ high. Doors to rooms containing a recognised fire hazard should be fitted with a door closer. Check that any dangerous moving part is enclosed by a fixed guard, preventing accidental contact. A non-fixed guard must incorporate a safety device which shuts down the machine when the guard is open. Check that all guards in good condition.

Minor

Minor Minor

Operating practise. When oil base mud will be used.

4 5 6 7 8 9 10

3 3 3

Minor Minor Minor Minor Minor Minor Criti cal

3 3 3 3

Protective Clothing

11

Minor

Hazardous Areas

12

Minor

Dangerous Substances

13

Minor

14 15 16

Criti cal Minor Minor

17

Minor

Dangerous Machinery

18 19 20

Criti cal Minor Minor

Recommendations to be made regarding the general condition of the system. 22 Recommendations to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. 11.6 FIRST-AID AND HOSPITAL Hospital 21

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8 9

10 11 12 13

14
Health

Check that the hospital is equipped with all necessary medicines. Check that the DHSS Accident book is held in the hospital and kept up to date. Safety and health data sheets for all chemicals, oils, greases etc. necessary for the running of the rig should be available and a COPY kept by the medic. Is there enough room available for a stretcher to be brought into the hospital. Is the hospital purposely built and with easily cleaned surfaces. Doors to the hospital should be marked "HOSPITAL" in red capital letters at least 50 mm high. It should have the following equipment: smooth surface sink with hot and cold water. work table with smooth impervious top. the means to sterilise equipment The hospital should not be used for any other purpose. If the crew complement is greater than 40, there should be two medically trained persons, both of whom can use artificial respiratory equipment. Check if there is a list with medical trained persons available in the hospital and toolpushers office. Check if there is ambulance available. Check that the person who is responsible for the first-aid supplies carried out checks. (Expire date, etc.) Are there an accident, injury and illness forms filled out; records; follow up on accidents. Note action taken by Contractor's toolpusher. Is there a first-aid log for minor injuries. Are there suitable drinking water points, clearly marked "Drinking Water" conveniently accessible to everyone. Is the drinking water tested for purity every three months. Check the records.

3 3 3

Minor Minor Minor

3 3 3

Minor Minor Minor Minor

3 3

Minor Minor

Minor Minor Minor Minor

3 3

3 3

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Minor Minor

15 16 17

3 4 4

Recommendation to be made regarding the general condition of the system. Recommendation to be made regarding structural 18 improvement to the system. 11.7 EMERGENCY PROCEDURES MANUAL Check the Emergency Procedures Manual for details of action taken during theor explosion 1 a fire following:

Minor

a blowout a leak or spill of oil or gas a storm or severe weather condition a structural failure an equipment failure resulting in risk to personnel a death or serious injury/illness
There should also be:

3 4 5 6 7

A code of signals for general alarm system indicating: abandon rig. fire alarm. H2S emergency particulars of search and rescue service (desert) emergency shut down instructions The Emergency Procedures manual should be readily available. Instruction notices must be posted in anyarea where action in an emergency is performed. Check the training and certification of personnel such as: first-aid, well control, H2S, fire fighting, fire team leader. Check the training certification of the personnel on the rig. Check how responsibility is controlled and what the review process is. The general alarm should be capable of giving a bell or klaxon or visual alarm. Check that flashing light alarms in high noise areas are visible from all parts of that space. Check that the general alarm and public address system be operated from the drill floor, toolpusher and company man office. Check the general alarm system in the camp. Can it be activated easily.

Minor

3 3 3

Minor Minor Minor Minor Minor

3 3

Alarm and Public Address System.

8 9 10 11

3 3

Minor Minor Minor Minor

12 13

14 15 16 17
11.8

Check that the general alarm and P.A. systems are supplied by normal and emergency power. Instructions should be clearly displayed at the driller's console, toolpushers and company man office for general alarm and for the P.A. system. Check that emergency telephone numbers are posted. Check that these numbers are regular checked and tested.
Recommendation to be made regarding the general condition of the system. Recommendation to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. LIFTING AND HANDLING

3 3

Minor Minor

3 3 4 4

Minor Minor
Minor Minor

1 2

Check that all lifting appliance wire lines are examined and tested at 7 day intervals. Check that lifting appliance safety load indicators (cranes) and alarms are examined/tested every 7 days. (if applicable) Check that a competent inspection company is used. Check all certification, concerning the most recent lifting gear inspection. Inspections should be at 6 months intervals. Check that the lifting gear equipment register include drilling equipment lifting gear. (links, elevators, down hole tools.) Check that all pad-eyes are regularly tested color coded and marked with the SWL. Are all multiple slings (bridles) marked with the approved symbol. SWL x TONNES 0 90 Degrees Check that no modification to any lifting equipment has been carried out without consultation with, and approval of the Certifying Authority. Check that there is an adequate system in use to ensure that no uncertified lifting equipment can be taken in use. Check that all certificates of all lifting appliances, including wires, kept on file on the rig.
Recommendation to be made regarding the general condition of the system. Recommendation to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. ACCOMMODATION

3 3

Minor Minor

Independent Lifting Gear Inspections.

3 4 5 6 7

3 3

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3 3

Lifting and Handling Appliances.

Minor

9 10 11 12
11.9

Minor Minor
Minor Minor

4 4

2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19

Is the accommodation protected from the environment, properly heated and cooled, located outside hazardous areas and not seriously affected by noise or vibration. There should be 1 lockable drawer per person. Separate sleeping accommodation should be provided for women. There should be one basin with hot and cold water per 6 persons and a WC and bath or shower for every 8 persons. The mess room should be capable of seating at least half the total complement at one time. The recreation room should be large enough to seat at least half the complement at one time. Check that the accommodation is clean, tidy, well-maintained and orderly. Check that the accommodation is properly grounded and check when this was measured and verified. Check that all electrical wiring and outlets are in good order. Are there two means of exit provided. Are exits clearly marked. Are smoke detector provided in the accommodation. If so, when was the last function test. Check that sufficient fire extinguishers are available. Check camp and rig alarm system. Check that this alarm can be heard in all areas. Check when they were last function tested. Check that heating and air conditioning has been provided in the accommodation. Are they working and in satisfactory condition. Check if there is a fire fighting plan displayed in the camp and rig site. Check if there is a dedicated muster station area at the camp and the rig site. All materials used must be non-combustible and be approved by a relevant code/standard.

Minor

3 3 3

Minor Minor Minor Minor Minor Minor Minor Minor Minor Minor Minor Minor Minor Minor Minor Minor Minor Minor

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3 3

3 3 3 3

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Fire Protection for Accommodation.

20
Galley

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21 22 23 24

Check if all furnaces, deep fat fryers etc. have been covered by extraction hoods. Check the condition of the filters which are installed on the air extraction hoods above the furnaces. Check the condition of the fire blanket which should be installed in a suitable container. Check if there is a fixed CO2 fire-fighting installation installed in the galley. At least a fire extinguisher should be available.
Recommendation to be made regarding the general condition of the system. Recommendation to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. POLLUTION CONTROL

3 3

Minor Minor Minor Minor

3 3

25 26
11.10

4 4

Minor Minor

1 2

Check if there is a waste oil storage tank available and is the capacity sufficient. The use of HALON fire fighting equipment should be discouraged for environmental reasons.

Minor Criti cal

SHELL Companies need to be informed if such equipment is on the rig.

The following questions if OBM is used.

3 4 5 6 7 8

Check that drilling cuttings are being cleaned before being disposed off. (if applicable) Are the dump valves of the mud pits secured properly to avoid accidental dumping of oil base mud. (if applicable) Check if the drainage of the drill floor being collected and pumped back into the system. Is the mud lost during a mouse hole connection or is that collected and returned to a wast tank or mud returns tank? Check that the drains (gates) of the mud tanks are in good condition.

Criti cal Criti cal Criti cal Criti cal Criti cal
Minor Minor

3 4 4

Recommendation to be made regarding the general condition of the system. Recommendation to be made regarding structural 9 improvement to the system. 11.11 HOUSEKEEPING Check the following for poor housekeeping:

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Damaged, unsafe, unpainted, obsolete equipment machines and fixtures lying around. Congested portable equipment: air guns, drill motors. Air, gas, oil, water or coolant leaks. (Ignition hazards.) Overloaded or improperly loaded: racks, structures, frames, shelves and skids. Unstable or unbraced piles, toppling boxes. Makeshift equipment. Dirty floors and walls; dirt and oil on work benches, on floor, in aisles, on machines, racks, desks, etc. Unclean equipment: dirty benches, racks, dust filings, chips, scrap of work and rubbish. Unclean wash and rest rooms, fountain unclean, lack of disinfectants, lack of soap, towels, paper, etc. Personal items lying around: clothing, lunch boxes, or packages. Rubbish: cigarette butts, papers, bottles are on floors, work benches, aisles, etc. Hazards: Nails, rough jagged corners, broken glass, hanging wires, broken flooring or paving, and the like. Make complete inspection by walking every walkway both in daylight and at night time. Watch and document all tripping hazards, holes and worn walkways. Check for missing and condition of all handrails. Check for signs indicating possible bump hazards and possible slippery areas. Check for proper lighting in all work areas, walkways and equipment storage areas. Ensure all derrick lights are working. Check the access to and from the rig floor and pipe racking area and the position of the following: Standpipe manifold. Choke manifold. Check the condition of the grating on mud tanks, mud processing areas, etc. Check that the grating is not overloaded. Grating should not be bent and become a tripping hazard. Walkways should have a non skid surface

3 3 3 3 3 3 3

Minor Minor Criti cal Minor Minor Minor Minor Minor Minor Minor Minor Minor

3 3

3 3 3

Walkways and Railings.

13

Minor

14 15 16 17 18

3 3 3 3 3

Minor Minor Minor Minor Minor

19 20 21

3 3 3

Minor Minor Minor

Walkways and Stairs.

22

Criti cal

23 24 25 26 27 28
11.12

All walkways above 2m. should have a 150 mm toe-board and have 3 handrails to at least 1m. above the walkway. All ladders over 6M. high should have safety cages fitted or have safety harness devices. Check that the safety cages extend from 2.5 metres above the bottom of the ladder. Check that rest platforms are fitted on long ladders, where practical at intervals of 9 metres.
Recommendation to be made regarding the general condition of the system. Recommendation to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. GENERAL SAFETY ITEMS

Criti cal Criti cal Criti cal Minor


Minor Minor

3 3 3

4 4

1 2 3

4 5 6 7

9 10 11 12 13 14 15

Check if there is a separate, suitable store for paint and other flammable materials available. Check that there are signs available to post, indicating high pressure testing is in progress. Are high pressure lines secured/anchored and identified (including vent lines of high pressure relief valves of for instance the mud pumps)? Check that there are eye guards installed on grinding wheels in the workshops. Check materials and equipment for cleaning spills. Check that sufficient eye protection, goggles etc. is available. Personnel: Check familiarity with general safety requirements, frequency of safety meetings, emergency response requirements etc. by discussions with a representative sample of the rig crew. Are all employees made aware of safety policies, orientation given to all new employees. Define what method is used: booklets, videos, letters, posters. Are there regular safety inspections by contractor, corrections made and records available on site. Is there an accident prevention program in effect; are records kept/followed up. Check that all the pressure relief valves are regularly tested/certified. Check that the maximum working pressures are clearly marked on all pressure vessels.(SWP) Have all sight glasses of tanks been properly protected for accidental damage? Have all sight glasses been equipped with selfclosing valves? Is a policy enforced to wear safety glasses at the rig site.

Minor Minor Minor

3 3 3 3

Minor Criti cal Minor Minor

Minor

Minor Minor Minor Minor Minor Minor Criti cal


Critical Minor

3 3 3 3 3 3

Fuel oil system: 16 Check that the fuel tank is fitted with grounding wire which can be connected to the loading truck during unloading 17 Are proper instructions displayed in local and English language 18

3 3 3

Check that the fuel supply to the engines can be closed from a safe area and that this valve is marked as such. Have all oxygen and acetylene bottles been stored in the properly designated locations? Check that "DANGER" and "NO SMOKING" signs are clearly displayed. Have they been secured with chains or purpose designed clamps instead of rope? Check that the proper hose clamps have been used on the gas hoses instead of jubilee clamps. Freon bottles near compressors should be raised off of the ground to minimize corrosion of their base. Check the gas bottles for excessive corrosion. Check that there is an absolute minimum in the open air of 10 ft. between oxygen cylinders and flammable gas cylinders. Check that the acetylene and oxygen bottles are fitted with flash-back protection of an approved type.
Recommendation to be made regarding the general condition of the system. Recommendation to be made regarding structural improvement to the system. WORK PERMITS

Minor

Gas Bottles:

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11.13

3 3 3 3

Minor Minor Minor Minor Minor Criti cal Minor Criti cal
Minor Minor

3 3

4 4

1 2

Check that a permit to work system is used. Check that it covers the following: a) hot work b) electrical work c) high pressure testing d) mechanical isolation

3 3

Minor Minor

3 4 5

Are the permits properly completed and work checked by a responsible person. Are the lock-out/tag-out procedures in effect. Are work permits signed off and returned to the toolpusher on completion of all work. Records should be maintained for at least one year. Check that the system is in use as an effective tool, instead of simply to satisfy the legislation.
Recommendation to be made regarding the general condition of the system. Recommendation to be made regarding structural improvement to the system.

3 3 3

Minor Criti cal Minor

6 7 8

Minor
Minor Minor

4 4

LAND RIG DRILLING UNIT


INDEX-MAINTENANCE SYSTEM
No.: DESCRIPTION:
12.1 12.2 12.3 12.4 12.5 MAINTENANCE ORGANISATION PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE ANALYSIS AND REPORTING DEVELOPMENT MAINTENANCE ORGANISATION ORGANISATION DRILLING 12.5.1 PM ON DRILLING EQUIPMENT

PAGE No.:

Serial No.: 008-2003-0019-LR-L Revision September 2002 LR-008 L date:

12.6

ORGANISATION MUD SYSTEM 12.6.1 PM ON MUD SYSTEM 12.7 ORGANISATION WELL CONTROL 12.7.1 PM ON WELL CONTROL EQUIPMENT 12.9 ORGANISATION ENGINE ROOM 12.9.1 PM ON ENGINE ROOM EQUIPMENT 12.10 ORGANISATION ELECTRICAL 12.10.1 PM ON ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT 12.11 ORGANISATION SAFETY

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Satisfactory Unsatisfactory Not inspected Not applicable

Critical Major Minor

SN. 008-2003-0019-LR-L No. Instructions 12.1 MAINTENANCE ORGANISATION 1 Does the company have a Planned Maintenance System. 2 Are all manuals available and are the heads of departments familiar with the instructions regarding the operationability of the maintenance management system? Is personnel familiar with their function and job descriptions? How would you rate the housekeeping of the maintenance department (tool store, working area)? Accuracy and availability of technical documentation, up-to-date drawings, piping diagrams, etc. Are the equipment manufacturer's service alerts on the rig and properly filed. Are the manufacturers recommendations followed with respect to maintenance intervals and tasks. Cooperation of operational personnel in maintenance activities. How would personnel rate the efficiency and accuracy of the stock control system. How would personnel rate the availability of the correct spare parts to maintenance personnel, thus are sufficient spares available for safety critical equipment and major equipment? Recommendations to be made regarding the general circumstances regarding this subject.

Revision September 2002 LR Comments Standards and Res. and recorded instructions 3 API RP 7L 1.3 3

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Recommendations to be made regarding structural


improvement to this subject.

12.2 PREVENTIVE MAINTENANCE GENERAL 1 Are all Preventive Maintenance Work Orders (PM tasks) understood by personnel. 2 Are all Preventive Maintenance Work Orders (PM tasks) feasible looking at the already existing workload for the maintenance organisation on the rig. 3 How would you rate the detail of the preventive maintenance tasks, especially the registration of measurements (tolerances, torque's, pressures, temperatures, etc.)? 4 Degree in which diagnostic techniques, such as vibration analysis, infrared heat sensing and spectrographic oil analysis are used for all essential equipment inspections. How would personnel rate the practicality of the Preventive Maintenance Tasks down loaded by management for them to comply to, satisfactory or unsatisfactory. Indicate completion percentage of PM-tasks of several monthly Preventive Maintenance Reports. Would personnel describe this as satisfactory or not. Are the daily and weekly PM booklets utilised by designated personnel? Involvement of operational personnel with maintenance. The simple daily and weekly maintenance routines. Recommendations to be made regarding the general circumstances regarding this subject.

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Recommendations to be made regarding structural


improvement to this subject.

12.3 ANALYSIS AND REPORTING Is the deferred maintenance periodically evaluated (for reason of 1 delay, reason for Feedback Form) and prioritised (give deferred PM tasks a higher priority) in order to improve planning of work. 2 3 Are Machine History Reports regularly made out as required? How would you rate the quality of Machine History Reporting? API RP7L 1.4.1

Minor

3 3

Minor Minor

Are the Machine History Reports properly filed, easy accessible and up-to-date? (Every six month's the history files should be updated by head office, the organisation on the rig can only be judged if they have received that update) Are Equipment Reports and Feedback Forms correctly filled in and sent to Head Office? (Record also whether or not Head Office responds every time) Are the Equipment Reports and Feedback Forms evaluated, filed and followed up by the maintenance coordinator? (rig manager?) Recommendations to be made regarding the general circumstances regarding this subject.

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Minor

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3 4 4

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Minor Minor

Recommendations to be made regarding structural


improvement to this subject.

12.4 DEVELOPMENT MAINTENANCE ORGANISATION 1 Are all Heads of departments trained in the maintenance management system within the company (Maintenance planning, software, administration, reporting, evaluation, etc.) Does maintenance personnel receives training (training-on-the-job) in the PM tasks. Does maintenance personnel receives training (training-on-the-job) in reporting techniques (Machine History Reports). Extent in which the apprentice program fills the department's needs for qualified mechanics, electricians and other craftsmen. Does the drilling contractor provide its maintenance personnel with special training (e.g. maintenance of electr. equipment in hazardous areas, maintenance of new installed equipment [top drives, etc].) Rate the extent to which this training is provided. Recommendations to be made regarding the general circumstances regarding this subject. 3 Minor

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3 3

Minor Minor

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3 3

Minor Minor

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4 4

Minor Minor

Recommendations to be made regarding structural


improvement to this subject.

12.5 ORGANISATION DRILLING 12.5.1 PM ON DRILLING EQUIPMENT DRAWWORKS 1 Is the drawworks foundation bolt check covered in the PM system. 2 Are the foundation hold down bolts regular checked for tightness. 3 4 5 Check that all air valves are serviced regularly.

Is the PM system for the drawworks up to date. Are break downs logged and are they occurring in above average time intervals. DISK BRAKE - UNIVERSAL 6 Check if springs of emergency brake are renewed every 12 months. ROTARY TABLE 7 Check when the main bearing clearance was last measured. (.004.006"). 8 Check records of backlash in pinion and ring gear. 9 10 Is the PM for the rotary table up to date. Are break downs logged and are they occurring in above average time intervals? TOP DRIVE DRILLING SYSTEM 11 Check oil sample analyzing reports. 12 Check the records to verify the oil flow to the take-up bearing is regularly checked. (Varco top drives with integrated swivels) Check that the bolts of the M.H. DDM lower clamping cylinders are replaced on a 3-monthly basis according to M.H. service bulletin.

PM TASKS PM TASKS / HISTORY RECORDS / PM TASKS HISTORY RECORDS PM TASKS HISTORY RECORDS PM TASKS / HISTORY RECORDS HISTORY RECORDS HISTORY RECORDS PM TASKS HISTORY RECORDS OIL SAMPLE RECORDS PM TASKS / HISTORY RECORDS PM TASKS / HISTORY RECORDS; DEN 43/93 Shell PM TASKS / HISTORY RECORDS; Varco Safety Alert TDSCERTIFICATION RECORDS; MH Safety Alert SA.001 dated TEB RECORDS TEB RECORDS PM TASKS / HISTORY RECORDS OIL SAMPLE RECORDS PM TASKS / HISTORY RECORDS / PM TASKS HISTORY RECORDS; API RP 8B/ SI 1019, 6 PM TASKS

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Minor Minor Minor Minor Minor

Minor

3 3 3 3

Major Minor Major Minor

3 3

Minor Major

13

Major

14

Check when the precharge pressure of the counterbalance cylinder accumulator was last checked. This should be included in the PM and checked monthly as per. Are the proper certificates available on the rig.

Major

15

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Are all modifications carried out as per manufacturer's safety alert bulletins. Are all technical and safety bulletins sent and available on the rig. Check if the main shaft has been removed recently for inspection of the splines. (Yearly or 3,000 hrs) Check that regular oil samples are taken. Check when the gear box oil was last changed. (6 monthly) Is a regular thorough examination, by means of dismantling, carried out at least every 12 months or 3,000 Rhrs. Check that adequate procedures are written covering maintenance visual inspection and thorough examination in accordance with the manufacturer's recommendation. Check that the make-up torque of the swivel to mainshaft rotary shouldered connection is inspected to ensure proper make-up torque has not been reduced. (TDS-3, 4, 4H, 5, 5H) Check that all derrick mounted equipment are regularly inspected for security and tightness. Check that the critical components comprising the torque wrench are checked at least on every tour (12 hours) or more regularly, during normal drilling operations.

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Check that the elevator is regularly gauged for wear on its bore.

Check that calibration of all instruments, in particular those displaying torque/ pressure and amps is carried out on a regular basis. (I.e. yearly) 28 Check that the TDS unit power and service loops are regularly surveyed to ensure that they lay correctly and undamaged, and not twisted. SWIVEL 29 Are welded keepers replaced with the bolted type at the time of the 2-yearly inspection? (Only on Sedco rigs)

PM TASKS / HISTORY RECORDS / PM TASKS HISTORY RECORDS PM TASKS / HISTORY RECORDS PM TASKS / HISTORY RECORDS; (As per Sedco Forex Equipment Alert OIL SAMPLE RECORDS PM TASKS / HISTORY RECORDS PM TASKS / HISTORY RECORDS / PM TASKS HISTORY RECORDS PM TASKS / HISTORY RECORDS PM TASKS / HISTORY RECORDS PM TASKS / HISTORY RECORDS; API PM TASKS / HISTORY RECORDS HISTORY RECORDS PM TASKS / HISTORY RECORDS CERTIFICATION RECORDS HISTORY RECORDS PM TASKS / HISTORY RECORDS HISTORY RECORDS PM TASKS / HISTORY RECORDS PM TASKS / HISTORY RECORDS PM TASKS / HISTORY RECORDS

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Check oil analyzing reports. Check measurements of the main bearing clearance of the swivel. (Should be taken yearly).

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KELLY SPINNER 32 Is the PM for the kelly spinner up to date. 33 Are break downs logged and are they occurring in above average time intervals. KELLY & KELLY DRIVE BUSHING 34 Check if valid inspection reports are available of the kelly in use. (Not older than 6 months). 35 Is the spare kelly inspected and ready to be installed?

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CROWN BLOCK 36 Check if the sheave bearing wear is recorded and are within the allowable limits. 37 38 Is the PM for the crown block up to date.

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Are break downs logged and are they occurring in above average time intervals. TRAVELLING BLOCK 39 Check that bearing wear is regularly inspected.

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Check the certification and proper SWL of the block hang-off lines. Check if the bearing wear measurements are recorded in the PM history files. Is the PM for the travelling block up to date.

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Are break downs logged and are they occurring in above average time intervals.

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HOOK 44 Is the PM for the drilling hook up to date?

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DRILLING INSTRUMENTATION 46 Check when all instrumentation was calibrated such as RPM of the rotary table, MD load indicator, flow meter, mud pump pressure gauges, etc. DERRICK 47 Check when the tugger sheaves were last removed from the derrick and inspected for bearing and shaft wear. 48 Check when all bolted connections were checked for loose and broken bolts. 49 Check certification Sella block above the monkeyboard. (Yearly) CASING STABBING BOARD 50 Check load test certificates. TUGGERS AND SHEAVES 51 Are the foundations regularly inspected by the crew as a standard PM task for obvious safety reasons. 52 Check that the wire on all man riding winches are replaced yearly. (Recommended by SF NS) Are proper certificates available to classify these winches as manriding winches?

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EZY-TORQ 54 Check that the unit is calibrated on a yearly basis. PIPE HANDLING EQUIPMENT 55 Check if the tong counter weight wire lines are included in the lifting gear inspection program as they are classified as lifting appliances. 56 Check the throat ID of the API drilling bowls. (New 10 1/8"), (Replace when ID exceeds: 10 5/8" for standard and 10 7/8" for extended API bowls.)

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Check the master bushings. (Replace the master bushings when the ID reaches the following dimensions: Master bushing type/rotary table size wear dimension: MSS (17",20-") 14 3/16"

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Check when the last slip test was performed in order to check the condition of the master bushings, bowls and slips. Review the results. [A full contact should have been accomplished]. (This test is recommended by Varco to be repeated every 3 month.) PIPE RACKING SYSTEMS 59 Check the maintenance files for recent repairs and problems. DRILL STRING 60 Check inspection program of the drill string and the latest inspection records (6 monthly). 61 Check that the inspection is carried out by a recognized company. 62 63 64 65 Check if the corrosion rate has been monitored properly. Check that the deficiencies found during the previous inspection have been repaired/replaced. Check if good records are kept.

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Check if drill string related failures have been occurring. (Last well and before) DRILLING SUBS 66 Check the inspection program for the drilling subs and the previous inspection records. 67 Check that the inspection has been carried out by a recognized company. 68 Check that the deficiencies found during the last inspection have been repaired/ replaced? FISHING TOOLS 69 Check the inspection programme for the fishing tools. WELL TESTING EQUIPMENT 70 Check when the burner booms were last inspected. 71 72 Check when the high pressure lines were last pressure tested. Check for valid wall thickness inspection reports of the oil and gas lines. (Recommend that previous inspection report is not older then 1 year maximum) Recommendations to be made regarding the general circumstances regarding this subject.

HISTORY RECORDS HISTORY RECORDS PM TASKS HISTORY RECORDS HISTORY RECORDS PM TASKS HISTORY RECORDS HISTORY RECORDS / PM TASKS HISTORY RECORDS

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12.6 ORGANISATION MUD SYSTEM 12.6.1 PM ON MUD SYSTEM MUD PUMPS Check the planned maint. Schedules to ensure maintenance is up 1 to date. 2 Check the planned maintenance files for maintenance history. STANDPIPE MANIFOLD AND ROTARY HOSES 3 Check the certification of the rotary hoses. 4 Check the certification of the cement hose. BULK AIR SYSTEM AND TANKS 5 Check calibration reports of the bulk weighing system. 6 Check the PM tasks used on this system and records. 7 Recommendations to be made regarding the general circumstances regarding this subject. 8

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12.7 ORGANISATION WELL CONTROL 12.7.1 PM ON WELL CONTROL EQUIPMENT ANNULAR TYPE PREVENTERS ANNULAR PREVENTER, CAMERON TYPE D 1 Were the packer and donut last removed for inspection within the previous year. ANNULAR PREVENTER, SHAFFER 2 Was the packer removed for inspection within the previous year. ANNULAR BOP, HYDRIL TYPE GL 3 Was the packer removed for inspection within the previous year. GATE VALVES (BOP Mounted) 4 Are these valves disassembled at least once every 3 years for an internal inspection and full servicing? 5 Have all hub connections been re-torqued since the first pressure test after installation. 6 When were all kill and choke lines ultra-sonically checked for wall thickness especially in the bends? Does rig have documentation to show when lead targets were last changed ? CHOKE MANIFOLD 7 Check the planned maintenance and the testing procedure of the manifold. CAMERON STYLE HUB CLAMPS 8 Replace bolts and nuts after every 25 make-up and break-out cycles. 9 If bolt torque is not monitored and recorded then they should be MPI'ed prior to installation. BOP HANDLING EQUIPMENT

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Cameron EB 595 D, 22/7/94 Cameron EB 595 D, 22/7/94

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Ensure the crane/beams/blocks was load tested recently (5 tons above SWL) 11 Check the certification of the wire ropes and how long they have been installed. HYDRAULIC BOP CONTROL AND ACCUMMULATOR UNIT 12 The relief valves should be tested, tags with the test date and test pressure are to be installed. (The pressure setting is normally 3,300 psi) (We recommend to repeat this test 2 yearly). 13 Verify whether the accumulator bottles have ever been hydrostatically tested, preferably every ten years the bottles should be tested in a qualified machine shop to 1.5 times the working pressure. (New bottles should have ASME U1A certificates.) Accumulator precharge. The precharge pressure on each accumulator bottle should be measured prior to each BOP stack installation on each well and adjusted if necessary.

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API Spec 16D 3.1.2.4.

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12.9 ORGANISATION ENGINE ROOM 12.9.1 PM ON ENGINE ROOM EQUIPMENT DIESEL ENGINES 1 Check that scheduled cleaning of the turbo charger is part of the weekly routines. 2 Check the oil consumption rate in the log-book. EMD 16 cyl. (E9) turbo charged 1 gallon / hr. Others +/- 9 gallon / 24 hrs.** 3 Are lube oil samples taken, analised and are results reported back to the rig? 4 Check and inspect foundation bolts for any damage or improper torque. 5 Check that the PM system is up-to-date. 6 Check the PM that the engines are overhauled when past 20,000 run.hrs. ** 7 Check if a major overhaul has been expected/planned in the first 6 months. 8 Check the PMS history for last inspection of turbo chargers. 9 Is the coolant inhibitor concentration checked, and is it part of the PM routine?

PM TASKS HISTORY RECORDS HISTORY RECORDS HISTORY RECORDS PM TASKS HISTORY RECORDS PM TASKS HISTORY RECORDS PM TASKS; HISTORY RECORDS HISTORY RECORDS HISTORY RECORDS PM TASKS, HISTORY RECORDS; API RP 7C-11F section HISTORY RECORDS PM TASKS; HISTORY RECORDS PM TASKS; HISTORY RECORDS; API RP 62 (2.6.1) weekly PM TASKS; API RP 62 (2.6)

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Check the records and spot check if the top piston rings land clearance is within tolerance. ** (EMD) EMERGENCY GENERATOR SET (IF APPLICABLE) 11 Check the date of last lubrication oil change. (Max. 2 yr.) 12 Check cooling water treatment.

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Check generator main bearing. Date of last lubrication oil change. (Max. 2 yr.) A preventive maintenance programme for the emergency power system should be in place with records available covering at least the 3 previous years. Is the emergency source of power including any associated circuits regularly tested by rig personnel and is such testing logged for record?

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EMERGENCY POWER SUPPLY 16 Provisions should be made for testing of the complete emergency system. This includes a weekly test of the automatic starting arrangements by interrupting the normal supply of power to the emergency bus. 17 Check PMS files for history of maintenance test running and megger readings. AIR COMPRESSOR 18 Check safety valves. When where they last tested? 19 20 Check the air vessels. When were they last inspected? Have the pressure vessel relief valves been tested, recertified within the previous 2 years?

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HISTORY RECORDS HISTORY RECORDS HISTORY RECORDS HISTORY RECORDS, CERTIFICATE

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12.10 ORGANISATION ELECTRICAL 12.10.1 PM ON ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT ELMAGCO BRAKE Check PM history files for repeating failures. 1 2 Check when was the Elmagco brake was last disassembled and the bearings replaced. 3 Check that a brake cooling water treatment being used? GENERATOR: AC 3 PHASE 4 Check PMS history files that programmes have been carried out on "due dates" for last megger readings and break downs. Date last reading: ____________________ . Note: the generators to be megger tested for ModuSpec. TRANSFORMER, 3 PHASE 5 Check PMS history files that programmes have been carried out on "due times" and for last megger readings. DC MOTORS (INCLUDING PROPULSION MOTORS)

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Check PMS history files that programmes have been carried out on " due times", for last megger readings and break downs. Date last reading: ___________________ . AC MOTORS 7 Check PMS history files that programmes have been carried out on " due times", for last megger readings and break downs. Date last reading: ___________________ . GENERAL ITEMS 8 Check if current injection test is carried out within the last 5 years. ELECTRICAL SAFETY (*) HAZARDOUS ZONES - ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT Electrical Equipment 9 Ensure that all equipment permanently placed in hazardous areas is recorded in the PM system and check that regular PM tasks are performed and recorded. 10 Are regular insulation tests conducted on all equipment and systems (cables, switchgear, generators, motors, heaters, etc.) and are the results recorded in the PM history files. 11 Are regular maintenance checks conducted on electrical equipment located in hazardous areas with regards to corrosion and to ensure the integrity of the flame path? Are type of survey and dates when carried out recorded. Are the results logged, including the numerical measurements.

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Have sample checks been made of equipment earth bonding conductors to verify the earth continuity path? 15 Are comments on the survey and outstanding items requiring specified attention during the next survey. Electrical Earthing and Bonding 16 How often is the earthing bonding tested? Check records. 17 Recommendations to be made regarding the general circumstances regarding this subject. 18

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12.11 ORGANISATION SAFETY 12.11.1 PM ON SAFETY EQUIPMENT AUTOMATIC FIRE DETECTION SYSTEM Check PM history files for repeating failures. 1 2 Are satisfactory operating and maintenance instructions available. 3 Are PM records up-date HALON/CO2 SYSTEM FOR FIRE CONTROL 4 Check when the equipment was last fully serviced by a certified independent company.

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When were the gas cylinders last hydrostatically tested according the following: Every 10 years unless: - the cylinders have been discharged. - or are showing signs of corrosion. - or are damaged. - or showing loss of pressure. Every 20 years if the FIXED cylinders are externally examined AND FOAM) FIRE EXTINGUISHER SYSTEMS (WATER and checked for
6 7 Check that the fire monitors are regular tested/checked/maintained. Check PMS history files that the fire pump and hoses are regular tested/checked. PORTABLE EXTINGUISHERS & FIRE FIGHTING EQUIPMENT

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Check when the various fire extinguishers were last pressure tested. Accepted frequencies are 4 yearly BREATHING APPARATUS
11 Check the PM system for the breathing apparatus. (if applicable) FLAMMABLE GAS DETECTION Check PM records that the gas detection system is regularly 12 tested/calibrated.

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INDEX: SPARE PARTS
No.: DESCRIPTION:
13.1 DRILLING 13.1.1 Drawworks 13.1.2 Rotary Table 13.1.3 Top Drive 13.1.4 Swivel 13.1.5 Kelly Spinner 13.1.6 Kelly and Kelly Drive Bushing 13.1.7 Crown Block 13.1.8 Travelling Block 13.1.9 Hook 13.1.10 Drilling Instrumentation 13.1.11 Derrick 13.1.12 Casing stabbing Board 13.1.13 Tuggers and Sheaves 13.1.14 Survey line 13.1.15 Pipe Spinning Wrench 13.1.16 Ezy-Torq 13.1.17 Pipe Handling Equipment 13.1.18 Iron Roughneck 13.1.19 Pipe Racking System 13.1.20 Power Tong MUD SYSTEM 13.2.1 Mud Pumps 13.2.2 Shale Shakers 13.2.3 Mud Cleaner 13.2.4 Desilter 13.2.5 Desander 13.2.6 Degasser 13.2.7 Centrifuge 13.2.8 Mud Agitators 13.2.9 Standpipe Manifold 13.2.10 Bulk Air System and Tanks WELL CONTROL EQUIPMENT 13.3.1 Ram Type Preventers 13.3.2 Annular Preventers 13.3.3 Gate Valves 13.3.4 Choke and Kill Manifold 13.3.5 Remotely Operated Choke 13.3.6 BOP Handling System 13.3.7 BOP Control Unit 13.3.9 Diverter System POWER PLANT 13.5.1 Main Engines 13.5.2 Emergency Generator Set 13.5.4 Air Compressors 13.5.6 Cranes/Forklift 13.5.7 Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning ELECTRICAL 13.6.1 Elmagco Brake 13.6.2 Generators 13.6.3 Transformers 13.6.4 DC Motors 13.6.5 AC Motors 13.6.6 General Items SAFETY 13.7.1 Automatic Fire Detection System 13.7.2 CO2 Systems 13.7.3 Main Fire Water Extinguishing System 13.7.4 Portable Extinguishers 13.7.5 Fire Fighting Equipment 13.7.9 BA Sets 13.7.10 Gas Detection System 13.7.12 Drilling Safety equipment 13.7.13 First Aid and Sick Bay 13.7.14 Lifting and Handling 13.7.15 Pollution Control 13.7.16 General Safety Items

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13.1 DRILLING 13.1.1 Drawworks 1 High clutch diaphragm 2 Low clutch diaphragm 3 Weight indicator load sensor diaphragm 4 Diaphragms for catheads 5 Set brake bands 6 Pads for two brake bands 7 Part for control air and air dump valves 8 Drive chains 9 Coupling DC motor/drawworks 10 Drill line kick back rollers 11 Recommended parts 13.1.2 Rotary Table 12 Coupling between table and transmission 13 Rpm meter 14 Recommended parts 13.1.3 Top Drive 15 IBOP valve 16 Repair kit IBOP valve 17 Service loop on the rig or available within 24 hours. 18 Spare motor or available within 24 hours 19 General parts for electronics 20 Pressure gauges 21 Spare main shaft or available within 24 hours 22 Dies for pipe handler 23 Hydraulic cylinder for pipe handler 24 General parts for hydraulics 25 Back-up hydraulic pump 26 Recommended parts 13.1.4 Swivel 27 Wash pipe assembly 28 Kits for wash pipe 29 Shims 30 Recommended parts 13.1.5 Kelly Spinner 31 Air or hydraulic motor 32 Air or hydraulic hoses 33 Control valve 34 Recommended parts 13.1.6 Kelly and Kelly Drive Bushing 35 Kelly 36 Drive bushing rollers 37 Roller bearings 38 Seals 39 Recommended parts 13.1.7 Crown Block 40 Sheave 41 Bearings 42 Seals 43 Recommended parts 13.1.8 Travelling Block 44 Bearings 45 Seals 46 Recommended parts 13.1.9 Hook 47 Recommended parts 13.1.10 Drilling Instrumentation 48 Deadline anchor diaphragm and pins 49 Pressure gauges 50 Load cell tongs 51 Fluid for load cell 52 Recommended parts 13.1.11 Derrick 53 Pins 54 Bolts 55 Recommended parts 13.1.12 Casing stabbing Board 56 Wire rope for platform 57 Winch or block 58 Hydraulic controls and hose (if hydraulic operated) 59 Recommended parts 13.1.13 Tuggers and Sheaves 60 Wire ropes 61 Operator handle 62 Spring for handle 63 General parts 64 Recommended parts 13.1.14 Survey line 65 Recommended parts 13.1.15 Pipe Spinning Wrench 66 Spare pipe spinner (On rigs without an Iron Roughneck) 67 Rollers 68 Hydraulic hoses 69 Recommended parts 13.1.16 Ezy-Torq 70 Hydraulic hoses 71 Pulling cable 72 Recommended parts

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13.1.17 Pipe Handling Equipment Tong dies Tong parts Pins Recommended parts 13.1.18 Iron Roughneck 77 Jaws 78 Drive rollers pipe spinner 79 Hydraulic hoses 80 Clamping cylinder 81 Recommended parts 13.1.19 Pipe Racking System 82 Spare hydraulic pump 83 Hydraulic hose 84 Rotatings heads and fingers 85 Recommended parts 13.1.20 Power Tong 86 General parts 87 Recommended parts 13.2 MUD SYSTEM 13.2.1 Mud Pumps 1 Liners and pistons to operators specified sizes 2 Piston seals 3 Valves, seats,springs and seals 4 Liner wear plate including "O" ring 5 Crosshead extension rod (pony rod) 6 Piston rods 7 Intermediate rod 8 Clamps (sets) 9 Drive chains or belts 10 Bladder pulsation damper 11 Fluid end modules 12 Parts for safety relief valves 13 Valve Caps 14 Recommended parts 13.2.2 Shale Shakers 15 Screens 16 Tension bolts 17 Rubber goods 18 Vibrator motor 19 Recommended parts 13.2.3 Mud Cleaner 20 Cones 21 Clamps 22 Recommended parts 13.2.4 Desilter 23 Cones 24 Clamps 25 Recommended parts 13.2.5 Desander 26 Cones 27 Clamps 28 Recommended parts 13.2.6 Degasser 29 Vacuum compressor 30 Parts for compressor 31 Three way valve 32 Recommended parts 13.2.7 Centrifuge 33 Recommended parts 13.2.8 Centrifugal pumps 34 Impellers 35 Shafts 36 Wear plates 37 Bearings 38 Shaft packing 39 Housing or complete pump 40 Pedestal 41 Coupling pump/electric motor 42 Butterfly valves complete 43 Seats for butterfly valves 44 Spades for butterfly valves 45 Recommended parts 13.2.8 Mud Agitators 46 Bearings for gear box 47 Coupling gear box electric motor 48 Shaft seals 49 Paddle 50 Recommended parts 13.2.9 Standpipe Manifold 51 Valve overhaul kits 52 Complete valve of each type 53 Pressure gauge 54 Recommended parts 13.2.10 Bulk Air System and Tanks 55 Butterfly valves complete 56 Parts for butterfly valves 57 Pressure gauge 58 Safety relief valve 73 74 75 76

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59 Weight sensor 60 Gasket for manhole 61 Fluffers 62 Spare reducing valve 63 Parts for remote operation of the valves 64 Recommended parts 13.3 WELL CONTROL 13.3.1 Ram Type Preventers 1 Complete set of ram rubber for each size and type of ram BOP being used

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Complete set of bonnet seals for each size and type of ram BOP being used

API RP 53 (1997) section 6.4.ad API RP 53 (1997) section 6.4.ad

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Set rubber seals for operators Ram blocks reguired by operators specification Ring gaskets Control hoses Operator Plastic packing for BOP secondary seals Ring gaskets to fit end connection. Recommended parts 13.3.2 Annular Preventers Element

API RP 53 (1997) API RP 53 (1997) API RP 53 (1997) section 6.4.e API RP 53 (1997) section 6.4.e

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Set rubber seals

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Recommended parts 13.3.3 Gate Valves Overhaul kit for each type of gate valve Complete valve Seals kit for hydraulic operated valves BX-rings

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A flexible choke or kill line (if in use) should be carefully stored, maintained and readily available as a recommended spare part for the service intended.
Recommended parts 13.3.4 Choke and Kill Manifold Overhaul kit for each valve size and type installed.

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Valve of each type installed

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Choke or kill hose

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Parts for manually adjustable chokes such as flow tips, inserts,packing, gaskets, o-rings, disc assemblies and wear sleeves. Parts for the remote controlled chokes.

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Miscellaneaous such as hoses, gauges, tubing,etc.

API RP 53 (1997) section 8.5.b API RP 53 (1997) section 8.5.a API RP 53 (1997) section 6.4.f API RP 53 (1997) section 8.5.c API RP 53 (1997) section 8.5.d API RP 53 (1997) section 8.5.e

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Recommended parts 13.3.5 Remotely Operated Choke Seat Disc Seal kit Position indicator Parts for remote panel Recommended parts 13.3.6 BOP Handling System Hoses Wire rope Recommended parts 13.3.7 BOP Control Unit Overhaul kit triplex pump Overhaul kit air pump Overhaul kit for each type of regulator Parts for Ashcroft pneumatic hydraulic transmitters Bladders for accumulator bottles Gauges Relief valve Parts for remote panel Recommended parts 13.3.9 Diverter System

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Recommended parts ENGINE ROOM 13.5.1 Main Engines Governor Fuel injectors Turbo charger Start motor Overhaul kit start motor Air filter elements Fuel filter elements Lubrication filter elements Heads Liners Pistons Water pump Lubricating pump Fuel pump Gauges V-belts Radiator Recommended parts 13.5.2 Emergency Generator Set Governor Fuel injectors Turbo charger Start motor Overhaul kit start motor Air filter elements Fuel filter elements Lubrication filter elements Heads Liners Pistons Water pump Lubricating pump Fuel pump Gauges V-belts Recommended parts 13.5.4 Air Compressors Valve overhaul kit Set bearings Pistons Liners Air supply valve Air filters V-belts Recommended parts 13.5.6 Cranes/Fork lift Hydraulic hoses Air filter Lubrication filters Fuel filters Wire rope Battery Controls Recommended parts 13.5.7 Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Compressor for AC Compressor for refrigerating plant AC units for camp Freon Ventilator/motors Recommended parts ELECTRICAL 13.6.1 Elmagco Brake Flow switch Breather Parts for control panel Recommended parts 13.6.2 Generators Brushes Diodes Controls Meters Breaker Slip ring Recommended parts 13.6.3 Transformers Breaker Recommended parts 13.6.4 DC Motors Brushes Heater Safety (lock out) switch Recommended parts 13.6.5 AC Motors Motor of each type used Recommended parts

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13.6.6 General Items AC/DC modules Main circuit breaker SCR spares Meters Batteries Fuses SAFETY 13.7.1 Automatic Fire Detection System Control cards Detector heads (smoke, heat) Sirene Fuses Recommended parts 13.7.2 CO2 Systems Nozzles Sirene Recommended parts 13.7.3 Main Fire Water Extinguishing System Hoses Nozzles Sprinkler heads Recommended parts 13.7.4 Portable Extinguishers Extinguishers CO2 cartridges Powder Recommended parts 13.7.9 BA Sets Bottles Masks Regulator Recommended parts 13.7.10 Gas Detection System Control cards Detector heads Test gas Recommended parts 13.7.12 Drilling Safety equipment Safety equipment Gloves Eye protection Ear protection Boots Coveralls Recommended parts 13.7.13 Hospital Medicines Recommended parts 13.7.14 Lifting and Handling Slings/ shackles Crane wires Drill line Recommended parts 13.7.15 Pollution Control Dispersant Recommended parts 13.7.16 General Safety Items Recommended parts

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