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SPECIFICATION FOR PIPING
Project LOWER FARS HEAVY OIL DEVELOPMENT PROGR-9<M
CONTRACT NO :
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PHASE -1 (60MBOPD)
COMPANY PROJECT NO:
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.0

PROJECT INTRODUCTION 4
1. 1

PROJECT OVERVIEW ......................................................................... ; ............ 4

1.2

REFERENCE DOCUMENTS .................................. ....... .. ..................................... 4

1.3

SCOPE AND PURPOSE .................... .. ............................................................... 4

1.4

ABBREVIATIONS: ...................................................... ....... ............................. 5

1.5

EXCLUSIONS ................................................................................................ 5

2.0

CODES, STANDARDS, SPECIFICATIONS AND REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS 6


2.1

GENERAL .. ................................................................................................. 6

2.2

INTERNATIONAL STANDARDS ............................................................................ 6

2.3

KOC STANDARDS AND SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................ 8

2.4

PROJECT SPECIFIC SPECIFICATIONS ................................................................... 9

3.0

UNITS OF MEASUREMENT ..................................................................................... 9


3.1

4.0

GENERAL ................................................................................................... 9
PIPING DESIGN REQUIREMENTS ............................................................................ 10

4.1

GENERAL .............................................................................................. . ... 10

4.2

PIPING MATERIAL CLASSES ............................................................................. 13

4.3

VALVES .................................................................................................... 14

4.4

VALVE ACCESS ........................................... ... .............................................. 15

4.5

RELIEF VALVES .......................................................................................... 16

4.6

PIPING ............................... .. .............................................................. ... ... 17

4. 7

PIPE SUPPORTS ........................................ ... ................................................ 18

4.8

INSTRUMENT PIPING ..................................................................................... 18

4. 9

STEAM PIPING ............................................................................................ 20

4.10

PRODUCTION PIPING .................................................................................... 21

4.11

FLANGES .................................................................................................... 21

4. 12

FITTINGS .................................................................................................. 23

4.13

GASKETS .................................................................................................. 23

4.14

BOLTING ................................................................................................... 24

4.15

VENTS AND DRAINS ............................................... .. ............................. ........ 24

4.16

UTILITY STATIONS ....................................................................................... 25

4.17

GUSSETING OF SMALL BORE CONNECTIONS ........................................................ 25

4.18

UNDERGROUND PIPING ................................................................................. 26

5.0

CLEARANCES AND ACCESSIBILITY ......................................................................... 26


5.1

OVERHEAD CLEARANCE ................................................................................. 26

5.2

HORIZONTAL CLEARANCE ........................................................................... ... 26

5.3

PLATFORMS, STAIRS AND LADDERS ................................................................... 27

6.0

GENERAL REQUIREMENT FOR PIPING ROUTING ........................................................ 28


6.1

GENERAL .................................................................................................. 28

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SHELL AND TUBE EXCHANGERS ............................................. ........ ........... ........ 29

6. 3

AIR COOLED HEAT EXCHANGERS ...................................................................... 29

6.4

PUMPS .................................................................. .. ......... . ....................... 30

6. 5

CENTRIFUGAL AND SCREW COMPRESSORS ........................................................... 30

6.6

RECIPROCATING COMPRESSORS ....................................................................... 31

6.7

FIRED HEATERS ........... .................. .................. .................... ........................ 32

6.8

STORAGE TANKS ........................... .................... .... . .... . ........ . ....................... 32

6.9

VENDOR SUPPLIED PACKAGED EQUIPMENT .......................................................... 33

7.0

PIPE STRESS REQUIREMENTS ............................................................................... 33

7.1

GENERAL .. ... ......................................................................... .................. .. 33

7.2

DESIGN CONDITIONS ..................................................................................... . 34

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APPENDICES
8.1

APPENDIX-1:-VENT AND DRAIN ASSEMBLY (TOTAL 2 SHEETS)

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APPENDIX-2:- UTILITY STATION ARRANGEMENT (TOTAL 2 SHEETS)

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PROJECT INTRODUCTION

1. 1

Project Overview
Kuwait Oil Company (K.S.C), hereafter called COMPANY, has awarded the consortium of
Petrofac

International

Ltd.

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and

Consolidated

Contractors

Group

S.A.L(Offshore)(CCC),thereafter called CONTRACTOR, the Works comprising all things to be


done and services to be provided by CONTRACTOR including but not limited to the
engineering

design,

procurement

of Material,

expediting,

shipping,

placement

of

Subcontracts, project management, construction, inspection, testing, pre-commissioning,


training of COMPANY personnel, commissioning, operation and maintenance during the
ramping up of production to 60 MBOPD until turnover, performance testing and all other
works to complete the "Lower Fars Heavy Oil Development Program Phase-1 (60 MBOPD)"
on a Lump Sum Turnkey (LSTK) basis, to provide COMPANY with complete, proven and
operable facilities.
Phase-1 facilities comprise of two well blocks which shall be designed to process a nominal
60,000 BOPD of heavy oil. The field shall be developed using thermal recovery process
which shall employ Cyclic Steam Stimulation (CSS) followed by Steam Flood (SF).
The broad scope involves development of Production Support Complex (PSC}, Central
Processing Facility (CPF), Well Blocks 02 and 03, Infield Satellite Station (ISS), Trunk And
Steam Lines, Pipelines For Export Oil, Fuel Gas, Make Up And Disposal Water, Sub Stations,
New Storage Tanks along with Loading And filling Manifolds and New Crude Oil Control
Centre (COCC) And Pumps In South Tank Farm (STF).

1.2

Reference Documents
11C8972-00-PE-SPC-0002 Rev OA - Specification for Piping Design.

1. 3

Scope and Purpose


This document specifies the specifications, standards and practices that shall be used in the
execution of the piping engineering. The piping design shall fully comply with all relevant
contractual requirements specified in the Scope of Work and Technical Specification of the
Contract. This will ensure consistency throughout the execution of project.
This specification is also applicable to Piping of packaged Units.

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ABBREVIATIONS:
EPC

Engineering Procurement and Construction

FEED

Front End Engineering and Design

GA

General Arrangement

HAC

Hazardous area classification

HSE

Health Safety & Environment Department

ISO

International Organization for Standardization

KOC

Kuwait Oil Company

LP

Low Pressure

MBOPD

Thousand U.S Barrels of Oil Per Day

MBWPD

Thousand U.S Barrels of Water Per Day

MMSCFD

Million Standard Cubic Feet Per Day

MR

MTO

Material Requisition
Manufacturers Standardization Society of the valve and fittings Industry
Inc.
Material Take-off

NPS

Nominal Pipe Size

O&M

Operation and Maintenance

P&ID

Piping & Instrumentation Diagram

PDMS

Plant Design & Management System

PMS

Piping Material Specification

PR

Purchase Requisition

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International System of units

TBE

Technical Bid Evaluation

TQ
TSR

Technical Query
Technical Supply Requirements Specification

VPRM

Vantage Project Resource Management (from Aveva)

MSS

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Piping systems not covered by this specification are as follows:

+ Domestic Plumbing

Instrument tubing downstream of the last piping isolation valve

Pipelines

+ Sanitary pipe work


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CODES, STANDARDS, SPECIFICATIONS AND REGULATORY REQUIREMENTS

2.1

General

2.1.1

Piping materials shall conform in design, materials and performance, except where
otherwise specified, with the current issue and amendments of the following codes,
standards and specifications prevailing on the effective date of the Contract.

2.1.2 Material shall comply with project specification, service conditions and applicable
regulation
2.1.3

Order of precedence:
The supply of Equipment, materials, services, and documentation shall be in accordance
with the State of Kuwait and local rules and regulations and specific project requirements.
In case of conflict on technical requirements, the following order of precedence shall apply;

Specifications

Datasheets

Drawings

In case of conflict or differences in requirements of the codes and standards, the most
stringent of such codes and standards as defined by Contractor/Company shall apply.

2.2

International Standards

International standards shall be used as referenced in the project specifications and KOC
standards. Common international standards applicable to piping are listed below. The
following codes and standards shall apply as a minimum:
The latest edition of the codes prevailing as on July 2014 shall be applied:-

+ API 6D Specification for Pipeline Valves

+ API 598 Valve Inspection and Testing


+ API 599 Metal Plug Valves, Flanged, Threaded and Welding Ends
+ API 600 Steel Gate Valves, Flanged and Butt Welding Ends, Bolted Bonnets

+ API 602 Steel Gate, Globe, and Check Valves for Sizes NPS 4 and Smaller for the
Petroleum and Natural Gas Industries

+ API 607 Fire Test for Quarter-Turn Valves and Valves Equipped with Non-Metallic seats
+ API 609 Butterfly Valves: Double Flanged, Lug and Wafer Type
+ ASME B1.20.1 Pipe Threads, General Purpose (Inch)

+ ASME B16.5 Pipe Flanges and Flanged Fittings


+ ASME B16.20 Metallic Gaskets for Pipe Flanges Ring Joint, Spiral Wound, and Jacketed
+ ASME B16.21 Non-Metallic Gaskets for Pipe Flanges

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ASME B16.24 Cast Copper Alloy Pipe Flanges


ASME B16.34 Valves - Flanged, Threaded,

a Flanged Fittings

a Welding End

ASME B16. 36 Orifice Flanges


ASME B16.47 Large Diameter Steel Flanges
ASME B16.48 Line Blanks
ASME B31 . 1 Power Piping
ASME B31.3 Process Piping
ASME B36.1 OM Welded and Seamless Wrought Steel Pipe
ASME B36.19M Stainless Steel Pipe
ASME A193 I A193M Standard Specification for Alloy Steel and Stainless Steel Bolting
Materials for High Temperature Service

+ ASME A194 I A194M Standard Specification for Carbon and Alloy Steel Nuts for Bolts for
High Pressure and High Temperature Service or Both

+ ASTM A234 Specification for Piping Fittings of Wrought Carbon Steel and Alloy Steel for
Moderate and High Temperature Service

+ BS1868 Specification for Steel Check Valves (Flanged and Butt Welding Ends) for the
Petroleum, Petrochemical and Allied Industries

+ BS1873 Steel Globe and Globe Stop and Check Valves (Flanged and Butt Welding
Ends) for the Petroleum, Petrochemical, and Allied Industries

+ BS 5353 Steel Plug Valves


+ BS EN 593 Industrial Valves - Metallic Butterfly Valves

BS EN 12266-1 Industrial Valves Testing of Valves Part 1: Pressure Tests, Test


Procedures and Acceptance Criteria Mandatory Requirements.

+ BS EN ISO 10434 Bolted Bonnet Steel Gate Valves for the Petroleum, Petrochemical,
And Allied Industries

+ BS EN ISO 10497 Testing of Valves, Fire Type Testing Requirements

+
+

BS EN ISO 14692 Part 3 GRP Piping- Part 3 : System Design


BS EN ISO 15761 Steel gate, globe and check valves for sizes DN 100 and Smaller for
the Petroleum and Natural Gas Industries

&

BS EN ISO 17292 Metal ball valves for Petroleum, Petrochemical and Allied Industries
NACE MR0175 I ISO 15156 Petroleum and natural gas industries Materials for use in H2S
containing Environments in Oil and Gas production

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KOC Standards and Specifications


KOC Engineering standards listed below will be complied with as relevant.

KOC-C-025 KOC Standard for Drainage system


KOC-G-007 KOC Standard for Basic Design Data
KOC-L-015 KOC Recommended Practices for External Cathodic Protection of
Underground Steel Pipelines and Piping Networks

KOC-L-027 KOC Standard for Layout, Spacing and Diking of Aboveground Petroleum
Storage Tanks

KOC-L-028 Recommended Practice for Plant Layout

KOC-L-030 KOC Standard for Plant and Equipment Noise Control

KOC-MP-010 KOC Specification for Piping Material Classes

KOC-MP-011 Part 1 KOC standard for RTRP Pipes and Fittings: Material

KOC-MP-011 Part 2 KOC standard for RTRP Pipes and Fittings: Engineering Design and
Installation

KOC -MP-013 KOC Standard for Gate Valves

KOC-MP-014 KOC Standard for Globe Valves

KOC-MP-015 KOC Standard for Check Valves

+ KOC-MP-016 KOC Standard for Plug Valves

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KOC -MP-017 KOC Standard for Electric Welded Pipes

+ KOC-MP-018 KOC Standard for Seamless Pipe to API 5L

KOC-MP-019 KOC Standard for SAW Pipe to API 5L

KOC -MP-020 KOC Standard for Stainless Steel Pipe (Seamless and Welded)

KOC-MP-026 KOC Standard for Color Coding of Pipes and Fittings for Material
Identification

KOC-MP-033 Part 1 KOC Standard for Valves: Part 1 Ball Valves

KOC-MS-001 Part 1 KOC Material Specification Line Pipe for Sour Service

KOC -MS-002 KOC Material Specification for Induction Bends

KOC-P-001 KOC Standard for Painting and Coating of Metal Surfaces - New Construction

KOC-P-004 KOC Standard for External Coating of Pipelines & Piping

KOC-P-005 KOC Standard for Internal Coating of Pipelines

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KOC-P-017 KOC Specification for Color Coding of Pipe Work for Identification of Fluids
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11 C8972-00-PE-SPC-0008 Specification for General Welding Requirements

015-LH-1002 KOC Specification for Piping Design

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015-LH-1 004 KOC Specification for Piping and Equipment Pre-Assembly


015-NH-1 003 KOC Specification for Thermal and Acoustic Insulation
015-WH-1 003 Inspection of Casting for General Pressure Services

Project Specific Specifications


Project specifications cover the technical requirements specific to the project as required
by the contract.
Important project specifications are:
Document No.

Description

15050901-000-00-PI-BOD-0002

Piping Stress Analysis Design Basis

15050901-000-00-PI-SPC-0002

Piping Material Specification

15050901-000-00-PI-PSS-0001

Pipe Supports Standard

15050901-000-00-IC-BOD-0002

Instrumentation Design Basis

15050901-000-00-PR-PHL-0001

System Isolation Philosophy

15050901-000-00-MT -REP-0001

Material Selection Report

15050901-000-00-PR-CRT-0001

Process Design Criteria Memorandum Phase-1 - ISS & CPF

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5050901-000-00-PR -CRT-0002

Process Design Criteria Memorandum Phase 1 -Export Facility (STF)

15050901-000-00-SE -PHL -0001

HSE design philosophy

15050901-000-00-SE- PHL -0002

Fire protection philosophy

3.0

UNITS OF MEASUREMENT

3.1

General

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Metric units of measure shall be used throughout with the following exceptions:
a) Wall thicknesses shall be expressed as a schedule number and/or in millimeters
b) Nominal Pipe Size (NPS) shall be expressed in inches.
c) Flange bolt diameters shall be expressed in inches. Length shall be expressed in mm.

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d) Nominal pressure ratings for flanges, valves, socket weld and threaded fittings, etc.,
shall be expressed in pounds (e.g., Class 150LB, series 3000LB, etc.)

4.0

PIPING DESIGN REQUIREMENTS


General
Minimum design pressure for any piping system will be 345 kPa (50 psi).
All process and utility pipe work in the facility or in fenced compound shall comply with the
requirements of B31.3 and project specifications. For the high pressure(HP) steam, boiler
feed water(BFW), BFW blowdown system within OTSG package shall be designed and
installed as per ASME B31.1 or ASME Section I as applicable.

4.1.3

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Formal flexibility analysis of all piping systems shall be carried out in accordance with ASME
B31.3, and results shall be made available to Company for review as required. Piping
systems shall be adequately supported/ anchored/guided to avoid undue vibration,
deflection, over stresses on piping system or over loads on equipment nozzles. Process
piping shall not be used to support other equipment or place undue stresses on equipment
nozzle flanges, etc. Pipe shall not be supported through flanges. See Clause 7.0 for pipe
stress analysis requirements.

4.1.4 Minimum corrosion allowance shall be as per piping class.

~.1.5

The pressure and temperature limits in Company piping material classes are based on flange
design conditions per ASME B16.5 unless noted otherwise in piping class. Al-Br is based on
ASME B16.24.

4.1.6 All lines connecting to another line or header, including instrument connections, vents and
drains, are considered as branch connections. Branch connection type shall be specified in a
branch connection table that accompanies each piping class.
4.1.7

Post Weld Heat Treatment (PWHT) shall be carried out as required by ASME B31.3 or related
piping design code.

4.1.8 Unless specified otherwise in the piping material classes metallic piping (excluding all sour
service piping) up to 1 Y2 inch Nominal Pipe Size (NPS) will be socket-welded type or
screwed. All screwed connections in hydrocarbon service shall be seal welded up to the
upstream side of the first block valve or instrument root valves. Threaded connections shall
be as per ASME B1.20.1 .
4.1. 9 For all sour service piping, piping shall be butt-welded, irrespective of NPS.
4.1.1 0 The first instrument isolation valve(s) on vessels or equipment shall be flanged with a
minimum size of 2 inch NPS.
4.1.11 Nominal pipe sizes 1 1/.t inch, 2 Yz inch, 3 Y2 inch, 5 inch and any other nominal pipe size not
shown in ASME B36.1 OM, shall not be used except to match the Approved Manufacturer's
equipment connections. Where a non-preferred connection is encountered, the mating pipe
work shall be increased immediately to the next acceptable size. Non-standard classes,
e.g., 400LB, shall not be utilized.
4.1.12 Unless otherwise specified in the Piping Material Classes specification epoxy lined piping
shall be internally coated with a liquid epoxy system to a minimum thickness of 300 microns
in accordance with KOC Standard KOC-P-005.
4.1.13 Diesel lines for sub stations shall be routed underground.

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PLANT AIR

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SUBSTATIONS

CHEMICAL
DRAIN

RTRP CHEMICAL DRAIN LINE


FOR NEUTRALIZATION WATER
SUMP IN CPF

WASTE WATER

RTRP WASTE WATER LINE


FROM NEUTRALIZATION
WATER SUMP TO DISPOSAL
WATER TANK

RTRP

WASTE WATER

WASTE WATER FROM ULTRA


AND NANO FILTER VENDOR
PACKAGE TO NEUTRALIZATION
WATER SUMP IN CPF

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MAKE-UP
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MAKE UP SOURCE WATER


FROM PIG RECEIVER TO MAKE
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MAKE-UP
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FIRE FOAM

FOAM SYSTEM

FIRE WATER

FIRE WATER NETWORK

OILY WATER

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4.2

Piping Material Classes

4.2.1

The detailed piping material classes based on the requirements of this specification and the
requirement of the Engineering Group Specification entitled "Piping Material Classes"
(Number KOC-MP-010) and its addendum (11C8972-00-PE-SPC -0001) is prepared as Doc. no.
15050901-000-00-PI-SPC-0002.

4.2.2

The piping class shall consist of four characters: e.g. C15A

4.2.3

The First character indicates material type as per following table:

Carbon Steel

Duplex Stainless Steel

Reinforced Thermosetting Resin

Plastic
Epoxy

Stainless Steel

Lined

Fusion

Bonded

4.2.4 The Second character indicates flange rating as per following table:

4.2.5

Class 150

Class 300

Class 600

Class 900

Class 1500

Class 2500

The third character indicates corrosion allowance as per the following table:

O.Omm

1.5 mm

3.0 mm

4.5 mm

6.0 mm

4.2.6

The fourth character indicates there are differences between two classes: e.g. C15A and
C15B to meet additional requirement.

4 .2. 7

For pipe classes C15B1, C35B1, fifth character "1" denotes SDSS trim requirement and for
pipe classes C35BP, CA5CP, fifth character "P" denotes pipeline scope with ASME B31 . 3
design.

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4.3

Valves

4.3.1

All valves, wherever applicable, shall bear API or BS monogram. Cast carbon steel or
stainless steel gate valves shall conform to the requirement of either API 6D, BS EN ISO
10434, or API 600. Forged carbon steel and stainless steel gate valves shall conform to API
602. All gate valves shall comply with KOC Standard KOC-MP-013 and Project Criteria.

4.3.2

Globe Valves 2 inch NPS and greater shall comply with BS 1873. Check Valves 2 inch NPS and
greater shall comply with BS 1868. Globe and Check Valves 1 Yz inch NPS and smaller shall
comply with API 602 or BS EN ISO 15761 . All Globe and Check Valves shall comply with KOC
Standards KOC -MP-014 and KOC-MP-015 respectively and Project Criteria.

4.3.3

Steel butterfly valves shall comply with API 609 orBS EN 593 and Project Criteria.

4.3.4

Steel plug valves shall comply with API 599 or BS 5353 and KOC Standard KOC-MP-016 and
Project Criteria.

4.3.5

Steel ball valves shall comply with API 6D or EN ISO 17292 and KOC-MP-033 Part 1. Full- bore
ball valves shall be used for hydrocarbon gas service and on crude oil inlet manifolds.

4.3.6

Block valves shall be as shown on P&IDs.

4.3.7

Globe Valves shall be used for all throttling service and control valve bypasses.

4.3.8 Manual Gear operators shall be provided for frequently operated gate and globe valves in
the rating and sizes listed below:
Rating

Size

Class 150

12 inch NPS and Larger

Class 300

10 inch NPS and Larger

Class 600

6 inch NPS and Larger

Class 900

4 inch NPS and Larger

Class 1500

4 inch NPS and Larger

Class 2500

4 inch NPS and Larger

4.3. 9 Gear operators shall be provided for Ball valves in the sizes listed below:

Rating

Size

Class 150

6 inch NPS and Larger

Class 300

6 inch NPS and Larger

Class 600

6 inch NPS and Larger

Class 900

4 inch NPS and Larger

Class 1500

4 inch NPS and Larger

Class 2500

4 inch NPS and Larger

4.3.10 All butterfly valves 8 inch NPS and Larger shall be provided with gear operator.

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4. 3.11 All soft seated valves utilized in the Facility shall be of fire safe design and certified as per

API 607. All metal seated valves shall be tested as per API 598 or BS EN ISO 12266-1.

~.3.12 Motor operated valves MOV shall be in line with process PftiD.
4. 3.13 All high pressure piping system with pressure Class 900 LB and above shall have double block
valves complete with a bleed valve between them at all isolation points. All those high
pressure

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4.3.14 Control and automated shutdown valves shall be flanged and faced according to the piping
line classification . Control valves ft Shutdown valves shall be ASME Class 300 rated
minimum.
4.4

Valve Access

4.4.1

Valves shall be installed with the stems on or above the horizontal centreline except that
gate valves in relief systems shall be orientated with stems on or below the horizontal
centreline.

4.4.2 The Centre lines of valves with horizontal hand wheels shall generally be located between
610 mm to 1500 mm (preferably 1200 mm to 1370 mm) above operating level
(grade/platform). Platforms are required where the centre lines of valve are 1500 mm or
greater above the operating level.
4.4.3 For valves mounted with vertical hand wheels, the height of the hand wheel when the valve
is open shall be less than 1500 mm above the operating surface (preferably 1300 mm).
When the valve is closed the height of the hand wheel shall be greater than 540 mm above

the operating surface (preferably 990 mm). Platforms are required where the top of the
hand wheel when the valve is open is 1500 mm or greater above the operating level.
4.4.4 The centre line of horizontal or vertical valve stems located adjacent to platforms shall be
no further than 500 mm from the inside edge of platform handrails.
4.4.5 To avoid leg or head hazards, horizontal or vertical valve hand wheel wrench operators
positioned below 610 mm or above 1370 mm from grade/platform shall be located behind
handrails, pipe, equipment, etc.
4.4.6 Chain operators for valves with Hand Wheels 2000 mm above grade or platform are
permissible with Company approval. Chain operators shall be of the impact type and mount
directly on the yoke. Chains shall terminate 1000 mm above grade or platform and shall not
hang in any walkway or platform. Tie offs for the chain must be provided. Chain operators
shall not be used on threaded valves or valves smaller than 1 Y2 NPS.
4.4. 7 Each instance of valves not conforming to sections 4.4. 3 to 4.4. 6 shall be approved by
company on an individual basis.
4.4.8 The preferred orientation for check valves is horizontal however where required they may
be installed vertically with upward flow. Lift check valves shall only be installed
horizontally.
4.4. 9 Valves, 3 inch NPS and above, that are required to be operated during normal plant
operation, plant shutdown, or emergency conditions shall be accessible from grade or
platform. Valves, 2 inch NPS and smaller, may be operated from a fixed ladder.
4.4.1 0 Valves, 3 inch NPS and above, that are only required to isolate equipment for maintenance
purposes shall be accessible from grade, platform, portable platform, or scaffold. Valves, 2
inch NPS and smaller, may be operated from a fixed ladder.
4. 5

Relief Valves

4.5.1

Relief valves discharging into a closed-flare or blowdown system shall be elevated to


provide self-draining of discharge piping into the relief system.

4.5.2

Relief valves discharging into the atmosphere shall be provided with a pipe stack ending at
least 3 m above any platform within a 30 m radius. A 6 mm weep hole shall be provided in
the bottom of the stack to prevent liquid accumulation.

4.5.3 Thermal relief valves, protecting blocked-in process piping or equipment shall discharge to
a suitable drain or closed blowdown system.

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If the branch line is greater than half the diameter of the header size relief lines shall enter
flare or blowdown headers at an angle of 45 in the direction of flow of the header. In all
cases, the discharge piping shall enter in the top or side of the header.

4.5.5

For essential services, a minimum of two 100% relief valves shall be specified. Key
interlocked isolation valves shall be provided to facilitate maintenance of a relief valve
while the other remains in service.

4.6

Piping

4.6 .1 Unless otherwise stated in the project specific piping classes, the minimum pipe wall
thickness shall be as per the following table:
Carbon Steel Pipes
Extra Strong (XS)

Up to 2 inch NPS

Standard Weight (STD)

3 inch to 24 inch NPS

Standard Weight (STD)

24 inch and above NPS

Stainless Steel & High Alloy Pipe

4.6.2

Schedule 405

Up to 2 inch NPS

Schedule 1OS

Above 2 inch NPS

Predefined pipe wall thickness of certain pipe sizes in piping material classes is based on
the pressure and temperature limits shown in Company piping material classes, and shall be
utilized in piping design. Where pipe wall thickness is specified to be calculated the
minimum thicknesses in the above table shall apply.

4.6.3 Minimum pipe wall thickness of RTRP shall be determined to meet design requirement per
Company Specification KOC-MP- 010 entitled "Piping Material Classes".
4.6.4

Pipe schedules 55, 60, 100 and 140 shall not be used unless there is significant economic
benefit to using the wall thickness. Company approval in Piping Material Classes shall be
required in such cases.

4. 7

Pipe Supports

4. 7.1

The supports, guides and anchors for all piping shall be engineered and shown on project
drawings in accordance with Pipe Supports Standard 15050901-000-00-PI-PSS-0001 .

4. 7.2 The design and spacing of pipe supports shall be such that the maximum deflection between
any two supports does not exceed 13 mm . Offsite piping can have a maximum deflection of
25 mm.
4. 7. 3 Pipe shoes shall be used on all insulated piping 2 inch NPS and larger. For smaller piping,
insulation can be cut away to allow for support.
4.7.4 Stress analysis shall be required where a larger line is used to support a smaller line.
4.7.5 The piping systems and their supports shall be designed to resist the effect of loads imposed
by the weight of the pipe, valves, fittings , insulation and fluid in the lines. Lines that will
be hydrostatically tested during initial construction shall be permanently supported to
sustain such loads.
4.7.6 Additional loads imposed by dynamic effects e.g. earthquake, wind, water hammering,
slugging, pressure surge etc. shall be considered in accordance with the appropriate Code.
4. 7. 7 The stresses created by the imposed loads shall not exceed the allowable stresses
prescribed by the appropriate ASME Code for Pressure Piping, or where applicable, the
ASME Boiler and Pressure Vessel Code.
4. 7.8 Where it is probable that adjustment will be required after installation (to compensate for
thermal expansion or settlement), an adjustable support shall be used.
4. 7. 9 Supports shall be designed such that vertical expansion of pipe will not render the supports
ineffective.
4. 7.10 Refer document number 15050901-000-00-PI-PSS-0001 for Pipe Support Standard for more
details.
4.8

Instrument Piping

4.8.1

Control Valve Manifolds:


a) Control valve manifolds shall be arranged to permit removal of the control valve
without springing the line. Any reduction in size at control valves or block valves shall
be made immediately adjacent to the valve.
b) Drains shall be provided on both sides of control valves.
c) Bypass lines shall be routed to permit removal of valve actuators without removing the
valve body.

4.8.2

Location of Control Valves:


a) Control valves shall be located at grade or on conveniently accessible permanent
platforms. Their locations shall be consistent with their function and with convenience
of plant operation, and shall be located in sight of instruments or indicators showing
variables they control.
b) Control valves in flashing service shall be located as far downstream of the line as
possible while still complying with the requirements mentioned in 4.8.2 (a).
c) Control valves in flammable service shall not be located adjacent to hot equipment.
Control valves for fuel supplies to large multi-burner fired heater shall be at least 15
meters away from burners.

4.8.3 Where high pressure drop conditions exist across control valves resulting in high-fluid
velocities along with extreme noise levels, piping shall be carefully analysed and designed
to ensure that its size and configuration downstream of the valve prevents excessive
vibration and noise. In such cases, control valves shall be selected with special trim to
minimize noise in addition to design pipe to avoid excessive vibration & noise. Noise levels
shall meet the requirements of Company standard KOC-L-030 titled "KOC Standard for Plant
and Equipment Noise Control".
4.8.4

Levellnstruments:
a) Level instruments shall be accessible from either grade/ permanent platform or
permanent ladder. Their locations shall be consistent with the function and with
convenience of plant operation.
b) Where level bridles are provided for external level instruments, minimum pipe size
shall be 4 inch NPS and they shall be equipped with vents and drains. Block valves
shall be provided at the vessel connections.
c) Longer bolts shall be provided for level instruments with diaphragm seals and flushing
rings assembly.

4.8.5

Orifice Runs:
a) Horizontal meter runs are preferred, with minimum lengths in accordance with BS
EN ISO 5167-2.Sufficient clearance shall be provided for installation of instrument
piping and seal pots where required.
b) Orifice taps shall be located vertically upwards or 45 to the vertical for gas
service and shall be horizontal or 45 down from the horizontal position for liquid
and steam service.

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portable ladder or platform or from a permanent platform. Orifice flanges located
in multi-level pipe racks shall be located in the lower level.
d) Orifice flange tap isolation valve shall have 3/4" NPT(F) for instrument connection.
4.8.6

In -line Instruments:
In-line instruments shall be oriented such that valves, piping and the instrument do
not obstruct access ways or maintenance areas. Instruments requiring access
during normal operation shall be accessible from grade or platform.
b) Dial-type instruments such as pressure or temperature gauges shall be visible from
grade, platform or ladder.
c) Valve actuators shall be oriented based on instrument manufacturer
recommendation.

4.8. 7 All instrumentation and its accessories shall be located at an elevation less than 1830 mm
above grade or platform. Each instance not conforming to the above limit shall be approved
by Company on an individual basis.
4. 9

Steam Piping

4.9.1

Steam piping shall be routed such that condensate shall not accumulate anywhere in the
pipe. Anywhere condensate accumulation is expected the condensate shall be trapped and
removed. At no point in steam and blow down piping shall steam be injected into a line
containing condensate as this may induce Condensate Induced Water Hammer which could
breach the pipe.

4.9.2 All steam piping shall be rated for full vacuum service.
4.9.3

Steam piping shall be routed such that there are no pockets and the line shall be free
draining.

4. 9.4 During partial shutdowns condensate should be assumed to accumulate in all steam piping
after the block valve. A method of draining this condensate and verifying there is no
condensate in the piping system after shut down and prior to start up shall be provided .
4. 9.5 Isolation valves in steam systems shall have bypasses to facilitate slow warming of the
steam lines as per process requirement.
4.9.6 All small bore branch connections (NPS 1 Vz and less) shall be gusseted.

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4.9.7

In CPF area, utility steam (SU) used for all the heat exchangers for heating should have no
pocket. Whereas the LP steam (SL) used for all the utility stations and deaerators can have
pocket and condensate shall be trapped and removed.

4.9.8

HP Steam Piping:
a) HP steam from OTSG to well head is routed with no pocket as far as possible. Two
Dimensional loops are to be provided to avoid pockets. Drain shall be provided at every
low point.
b) Lines to be designed to take care of potential condensate induced water hammer.
c) All HP steam piping shall be welded connection as far as possible.
d) For HP steam piping, no steam trap is to be provided.
e) Bonnet type and equalizing bypass requirement for HP steam service is as follows.

4.10

All gate and globe valves 2" and above in pressure Class 1500 LB shall have pressure
seal bonnet. Equalizing bypass system on valve body as integral type shall be provided
for gate valves 6" and above.

All gate and globe valves 3" and above in pressure Class 900 LB shall have bolted
bonnet. Equalizing bypass system on valve body as integral type shall be provided for
gate valves 6" and above.

Production Piping

4.10.1 Production piping shall be designed for slug flow/two phase flow. Production piping shall be
routed with no pockets to extent possible. The design criteria of slug flow impact force
shall be confirmed by process engineer as design base. The combination of slug density and
velocity shall be confirmed by process engineer to avoid unreasonable over design. When
applying slug flow design in multiple production lines, the simultaneity of the slug flow

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The erosion and noise issue shall be eliminated during the process design.

4.1 0. 3 The production piping shall be routed for easy cleaning with pigging or blowing.
4.10.4 All small bore branch connections (NPS 1 Yz and less) shall be gusseted.
4.10.5 Alr pigging piping header lines shall have barred tee at the branch connection.
4.11

Flanges

4.11.1 Flanges 24 inch NPS and smaller shall be in accordance with ASME 816.5. Flanges 26 inch
NPS and larger shall conform to ASME 816.47 Series A.
4.11.2 All flanges 2 inch NPS and larger shall be weld neck flanges. All flanges 1 Yz inch NPS and
smaller shall be socket weld unless otherwise specified in project specific piping material
classes.

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4.11.3 Flat faced flanges shall be used to connect piping with equipment supplied with flat faced
flanges , cast iron flanges, ductile iron flanges and other non-ductile materials such as
bronze or non -metallic piping. Raised face flanges shall not be used to mate with flat face
flanges.
4.11.4 Orifice flanges shall be supplied with flange taps and jackscrews and shall have tappings in
accordance with ASME 616.36 as follows:
a) Yz inch NPS for flanges up to Class 600.
b) % inch NPS for flanges above Class 600.
4.11.5 Flange face finishes shall be in accordance with ASME B 16.5 clause and the following:
Flange Type

Gasket Type

Surface Finish (AARH)

Raised Face

Spiral Wound (ASME 616 .20)

125 to 250

1-1

inch

Flat Face

Flat Ring (ASME B16.21)

250 to 500

1-1

inch

4.11.6 Spectacle blinds, ring spacers and spades shall be in accordance with ASME B16.48. For sizes
larger than NPS 24 the requirements of ASME 631 . 3 Clause 304.5 . 3 shall apply. A suitable
corrosion allowance on wetted surfaces shall be applied when calculating the minimum
thickness.
4.11 . 7 Jack screws shall be provided at blind or spacer locations per the following:
a) 150LB and 300LB flanges : 6 inch and larger
b) 600LB, 900LB and 1500L6 flanges : 2 inch and larger
4.11.8 When bolting cast iron or other non-ferrous flanges to steel flanges, both flanges shall be
flat face with a full faced gasket. RTRP shall be with flat ring gasket.
4.11. 9 The use of flanges shall be limited to connections at flanged equipment and valves and the
following conditions:
a) Where lined , coated , or non -ferrous piping cannot be joined by any other method
but flanges.
b) To provide clearance for the removal or maintenance of equipment.
c) For maintenance such as cleaning or installing blanks.
d) For hydro-testing requirements .

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f) At skid edges on vendor supplied packages.
4.11.1 0 Flange bolt holes shall straddle pipe centrelines.
4.11 . 11 Slip-on flanges are prohibited.
4.11.12 Spectacle blinds shall be used up to a maximum weight of 50kg. Paddle blinds and
spacers shall be used over this weight. The sizes are outlined in table below:

4. 12

ASME Class

Spectacle Blind

Paddle Blind And Spacer

150 LB

14" NPS and Below

16" NPS and Above

300 LB

10" NPS and Below

12" NPS and Above

600 I 900 I 1500 LB

8" NPS and Below

10" NPS and Above

Fittings

4.12.1 Reducing fittings, e.g., reducers, swages, tees-olets etc., may have differing wall
thicknesses at the ends relating to the different sizes. Components shall be specified with
ends to match the pipe wall thickness or to match the heavier wall.
4.12.2 Butt-weld elbows shall be long-radius type. Short-radius elbows are not preferred and shall
only be used where space considerations dictate, and only with Company approval.
4.12.3 Welded fittings in accordance with ASTM A234 shall be subject to 100% radiography of
welds.
4.12.4 Only seamless or longitudinally welded pipe shall be formed into pipe bends. Furnace buttwelded pipe shall not be used. When used, the bending radius shall be a minimum of five
times the nominal pipe diameter.
4.12.5 Induction bends shall meet the requirements of ASME B31 . 3 and comply with KOC-MS-002.
4. 13

Gaskets

4.13.1 Spiral Wound gaskets shall be used for all raised face flanges. Full faced compressed nonasbestos fibre flat ring gaskets shall be used for all flat face flanges. Where spiral wound or
flat ring gaskets are not suitable the contractor shall select an appropriate gasket.
4.13.2 Gasket materials shall be as per the project specification 15050901-000-00-PI-SPC-0002
"Piping Material Specification".
4.13.3 Compressed non-asbestos fibre flat ring gaskets shall be as per B16.21.
4.13.4 Spiral wound gaskets shall meet the requirements of ASME B16.20. Centering rings and inner
rings shall be supplied on all spiral wound gaskets.

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4.13.5 Gaskets containing asbestos are prohibited.


4.13.6 Insulating gasket shall be provided at the junction of above ground and underground piping
and where galvanic corrosion occurs as a result of electrical coupling of dissimilar materials
in a conductive electrolyte as defined in 15050901-000-MT-REP-0001.
4.14

Bolting

4.14.1 All carbon steel bolting in non-sour applications for fluid design temperature from -29 C to
400 ( shall be as a minimum ASTM A193 Gr.B7 studs with ASTM A194 Gr.2H nuts.
4.14.2 All carbon steel bolting in sour applications for fluid design temperature from -29 ( to
400 C shall be as a minimum ASTM A193 Gr. B7M studs with ASTM A194 Gr.2HM nuts.
4. 14.3 In piping classes where bolts are buried, insulated, under flange protectors, or otherwise
deprived of direct atmospheric contact, carbon steel bolting shall be to ASTM A193 Gr.B7M
with nuts to ASTM A194 Gr.2HM.
4. 14.4 All carbon steel bolting on lines with a design temperature from -29 C to 210 C shall be
electro-zinc plated in accordance with ASTM B633. Bolting on lines with a design
temperature of greater than 21 0 C shall not be coated.
4.14.5 Duplex and Super Duplex Steel lines shall use as a minimum ASTM A193 Gr.B7M studs with
ASTM A194 Gr.2HM nuts.
4.14.6 Stainless Steel and other Alloy steel lines shall use the same base material as the flange for
bolting if flange joint will be direct buried, insulated or otherwise denied direct
atmospheric exposure.
4. 14.7 All nuts shall be Heavy Hex as defined by ASTM A194.
4.15 Vents and Drains
4. 15.1 Piping and instrument diagrams shall show all vents and drains required for plant operation.
4.15.2 The Air piping system shall be designed for good drainage. Drain valves and drip legs shall
be provided at the low points of system. Branch connections shall be taken from the top of
the header. Main air lines shall have a valve and bull plug installed at the end of each run
for blowdown or future extension.
4.15.3 Vents and drains shall be provided at the piping high and low points, so the system can be
completely filled, vented, hydrostatically tested and drained . Piping high point vents and
low point drains shall

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4.15.4 Drains from hazardous equipment shall be connected to a closed drain system. Flanges shall
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4. 16 Utility Stations
4.16.1 Utility stations at grade, consisting of plant air, steam and water, shall be located
throughout the operating areas so that a maximum of 45m hose length can service any point
in the area.
4.16.2 Additional utility hose connections shall be supplied at elevated structures, as required.

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unit shutdown.

~.16.4 Steam out system for vessel in hydrocarbon service shall be developed during detail design.

4. 17

Gusseting of Small Bore Connections

4.17 .1 Process and stress engineering shall identify systems in vibrating service.
4.17.2 Gusseting shall be provided at all small bore branch connections (NPS 1 Yz and less) in
vibrating service. The following table outlines the minimum requirements for gusseting
small bore connections. This table does not relieve process or stress engineering from their
responsibility of identifying lines in vibrating services which may or may not be covered by
the table below :
Equipment or Service

Conditions Requiring Gusseting

Connections to inter-stage, upstream and


downstream piping and equipment including the
first piece of major equipment upstream and
downstream .
Connections to the suction and discharge piping
Reciprocating Pumps
and equipment for reciprocating pumps including
the first piece of major equipment upstream and
downstream.
Centrifugal or Screw Compressors, Connections to piping or equipment upstream or
Centrifugal Pumps
downstream within 6 m or 20 pipe diameters
(whichever is greater)
Piping Equipment or Valves All connections to piping or equipment
Process Induced
Subject to
Vibration
Connections to piping upstream or downstream
Pressure Relieving Device
within 6 m or 20 pipe diameters (whichever is
greater)
Connections to piping upstream or downstream
Control Valves
within 6 m or 20 pipe diameters (whichever is
greater)
All
connections to piping or equipment
Steam Service
Reciprocating Compressors

4.18

Underground Piping
The following facilities are considered underground in the plant:

Fire water system


OWS NETWORK
Cable trenches(Electrical/lnstrument and Telecom)
Chemical drain from Bulk Storage
Diesel supply to diesel day tank of EDG.

In plant area the corridors are planned in the following locations:

Alongside the plant roads


Alongside the pipe racks or sleepers
Beneath the pipe racks

Buried metallic piping shall have a minimum cover of soil as per KOC-L-002 Appendix-1,
(Clearance requirements for buried pipes, cables, underground structure, buildings &
housing projects)

5.0

CLEARANCES AND ACCESSIBILITY

5.1

Overhead Clearance

5.1.1

Equipment, structures, platforms, piping, and supports shall be arranged so as to provide


the following minimum overhead clearances.
Arrangement
Over plant roads tor maJor mobile eqUlpment

Clearance
6.5 m

In general plant areas accessible to mobile eqUlpment

4.0 m

Over pumps and turbines, trom hlgh pomt ot pavmg

2.5 m

Over walkways, passageways and plattorms

Z.1m

5.2

Horizontal Clearance

5.2.1

Equipment, structures, platforms, piping, and supports shall be arranged so as to provide


the following minimum horizontal clearances.
Arrangement
Primary access routes for mobile equipment and general
plant traffic

Clearance
6.0 m

Main access ways within plant areas providing major crane


access

6.0 m

Clearance in plant areas for servicing equipment by


hydraulic cranes

3.1 m

Clearance for access by forklift truck

2.0 m

Operating aisles and access around equipment

1.0 m

Minimum width passageways at grade and on elevated


platforms

0.760 m

At driver end of pumps, where truck access is not required

1.5 m

At driver end of pumps, where truck access is required

3.1 m

Under pipeways, between driver end of pumps, where


truck access is required

5m

Minimum spacing between large compressors

2.5 m

Minimum access width to back of control panels

1.2 m

Minimum clearance around any obstruction on a platform


which is not a through route
Minimum shell and tube clearance for bundle pulling

0.450 m
Bundle Length + 1.0 m

Minimum distance between edge of pipeways and toe of


bund wall

1.0 m

5.3

Platforms, Stairs and Ladders

5.3.1

Platforms, ladders and stairways shall be the minimum consistent with access and safety
requirements.

Wherever

feasible,

common

structures

like

ladders,

walkways

and

foundations shall be used.


5. 3.2

Platforms with stair access shall be provided at points which must be serviced once or more
per shift and at platforms serving mechanical equipment.

5. 3. 3 Platforms with ladder access shall be provided at:


a) Points which require operating access less frequently than once per shift.
b) Points requiring access for maintenance, including vessel man ways, nozzle flanges,
relief valves, removable heads or covers, applicable instruments etc.
c) Platforms are not required for manways, when manway centreline elevation above
grade is 4.5 m or less.
d) Air coolers, with interconnecting walkways provided to service valve, fan motors and
instruments.
5.3.4 Two means of access shall be provided at:

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a) Elevated platforms 3000 mm or more above grade serving three or more vessels or
greater than 5.5 min length.
b) Any platform serving fired process equipment.
5.3.5

Ladder requirements are as follows:


a) Side access ladders are preferred to front access ladders.
b) The maximum straight run of ladder between landings without offset is 9.0 m.
c) Cage is required for ladders from 2.4 m and above.
d) Wherever practicable, ladders shall be arranged so the user faces toward equipment
or structures rather than facing open space.

6.0

GENERAL REQUIREMENT FOR PIPING ROUTING

6.1

General

6.1.1

All process and utility piping within plot limits shall be carried on either overhead pipe
racks or on grade sleeper ways as shown on the plot plans. In multi-tier pipe racks, utility
headers shall be on the top level. The minimum size of process and utility lines on pipe
ways shall be 2 inch NPS.

6.1.2

Piping on elevated racks and sleeper ways shall run at different elevations designated for
north-south and east-west banks, and change elevation when changing direction.

6.1.3

Relative elevations of pipe ways shall be set to provide sufficient clearance between the
largest lines at intersections.

6.1.4

Pipe racks shall have 25% extra space for future expansion per tier.

6.1.5

Flat turns at changes in direction shall be avoided unless needed for process requirements.

6.1.6

Dead ends and pockets in line shall be avoided. In exceptional cases where dead end
pockets cannot be avoided, high point vents and low point drains must be provided.

6.1. 7 Pipe ways at grade shall be elevated with bottom of pipe a minimum of 600 mm above
grade. Drain piping may run at lower level as required for draining.
6.1.8

Overhead clearances of 2.1 meters minimum shall be provided at all walkways and
platforms.

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Overhead lines in acid, caustic or other corrosive services shall not have flanged joints
located above access ways or platforms. Overhead flanged joints in these services shall be
fitted with a plastic shield subject to KOC approval.

6.1.1 0 Cable trays on overhead pipe racks shall be on the top level wherever practical.
6.1.11 Unless otherwise specified piping shall maintain a minimum clearance of 300 mm between
the edge of pipe or the edge of insulation for insulated lines and cable trays.
6.1.12 The minimum spacing between pipes shall be based on staggered flanges with at least 50
mm clearance for pipe sizes 18 inch NPS and smaller and 15% of the nominal diameter for
sizes 20 inch NPS and larger, between the outside of bare pipe or outside of insulation and
the outside of bare flange or outside of flange insulation on adjacent line. Piping without
flanges shall have 100 mm minimum vertical or horizontal clearance between bare pipes or
between insulation.

6.2

Shell and Tube Exchangers

6.2.1

Process and water piping to shell and tube exchangers shall be arranged to permit easy
removal of shell covers, channel covers, gaskets, channels and bundles. Channel piping shall
be provided with removable spools and be adequately supported such that bundles can be
removed without use of temporary supports.

6.2.2

Isolating valves and spectacle blinds shall be provided on inlet and outlet of exchangers
with bypass arrangements and back-flushing facilities to simplify maintenance.

6.2.3

For on-line chemical cleaning, the necessary valve arrangement shall be provided.

6.2.4 Shell and channel piping shall be provided with a valve vent and drain connection.
6.2.5

When thermowell connections cannot be provided on exchanger inlet and outlet nozzles,
they are to be installed on adjacent piping.

6.3

Air Cooled Heat Exchangers

6.3.1

Piping to air cooler inlets from equipment below shall be routed clear of access ways and
header boxes.

6.3.2

Inlet piping to heat exchanger units made up of multiple tube bundles shall be designed to
provide for balanced flow and pressure drop through the tubes. Due consideration shall be
given to the possibility of two-phase flow in the pipe work.

6.3.3

Piping connections to split header bundles must incorporate the necessary flexibility to
accommodate anticipated movements produced by differential temperature within the
bundle.

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Pumps

6.4.1 Pump suction piping shall be arranged so as to avoid unnecessary pressure drop and vapour
pockets. Eccentric top-flat reducers shall be used where size changes are necessary at
pump nozzles. Straight pipe run requirements before side suction nozzles shall be as per
recommendation by the Approved pump Manufacturer.
6.4.2 Block valves shall be installed in the suction and discharge piping of all pumps, accessible
from grade or platform. Chain operators shall not be used for pump isolation valves.
6.4. 3 Pressure gauges shall be provided in the suction and discharge line of all pumps.
6.4.4 Piping at pumps and turbines shall be arranged so as to avoid interference with operation or
maintenance access. Removable spool pieces shall be provided, as appropriate, to permit
maintenance without major piping disassembly. Piping shall not run over motors unless the
access requirements of Section 5 of this specification are satisfied.
6.4.5

Pipe supports shall be designed so that excessive weight and thermal stresses are not
applied to the pump casings .

6.4.6 Grade level supports at pumps shall be installed on an integral extension of the equipment
foundation as far as possible in order to avoid problems caused by differential settlement.
6.4. 7 The arrangement of pump piping shall be standardized throughout the plant. Multiple
pumps in common service shall be piped with identical arrangements.
6.4.8 Minimum flow protection piping shall be considered for all high-head pumps.

6.5

Centrifugal and Screw Compressors

6.5 .1 Suction piping shall be chemically cleaned after fabrication to avoid damage to compressor
internals.
6.5.2 Centrifugal compressor suction piping shall be designed to ensure that the configuration of
the piping and the length of straight pipe at inlet nozzle does not adversely affect the
compressor performance.
6.5.3

Liquid pockets in compressor suction lines are not permitted.

6.5.4 Temporary conical strainers shall be installed in compressor suction lines. Design of the
strainer shall be such to permit removal of the screen without disturbing the pipe work.
6.5.5

Removable spool pieces shall be provided at compressors nozzles to permit maintenance


without major piping disassembly.

6.5 .6 Provide spectacle blinds at inlet and outlet of compressor train.

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6.6

Reciprocating Compressors

6.6.1

The piping arrangement for reciprocating compressors shall be designed to:


a) Minimize gas pulsations which may cause an overload of the compressor driver or a
reduction in gas flow to a level below normal.
b) Eliminate acoustical natural frequencies in the piping, which coincide with the natural
mechanical frequencies of the piping or the lower range of compressor harmonic
frequencies .
c) Minimize forces due to pressure pulsations to a point which will permit the piping to
be restrained by conventional pipe guides, anchors or supports.

6.6.2 The piping design shall provide access for chemical or mechanical cleaning and inspection of
the intake piping from the outlet flange of the first major vessel to the compressor flanges.
The piping design shall also provide access to the recycle and start up bypass piping if these
lines enter the "clean" section of the intake system.
6.6.3

Piping close to the compressor shall be arranged to allow maintenance access to both sides
of all cylinders.

6.6.4 Suction and discharge headers and laterals shall be close to grade to permit installation of
restraints. Where the lateral rises to the top of a cylinder, the length of the elevated line
shall be arranged or supported to withstand vibration.
6.6.5

End connections to compressor headers are not permitted. Each end of the header shall
have blind flanges.

6.6.6 Temporary strainers shall be installed in compressor suction lines for start up and initial
plant operations. The strainer shall be located close to the compressor, between the block
or control valve and the suction flange, in a horizontal pipe run. The piping layout shall
permit easy removal of the temporary strainer, with no disturbance of the compressor
alignment.
6.6 .7 Piping runs shall be routed and supported to avoid resonant frequencies.
6.6.8 The suction, inter-stage, and discharge headers and all piping between headers (other than
safety valve piping) shall not be supported by, guided by, or attached to any portion of the
building or shelter fo r the compressors.
6.6.9 The following guidelines for pipe routing shall be followed:

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a) The use of elbows in the piping shall be minimized. Where elbows are required
consideration should be given for using 3D or 5D bends instead of standard long radius
elbows.
b) Elbows shall not be used between compressor cylinders and pulsation bottles.
c) All valves, including pressure relief valves, shall be positioned to minimize the length
of piping between the valve and the major process line.
d) Laterals from suction and discharge headers to compressor cylinders shall be
symmetrical.

6. 7

Fired Heaters

6. 7.1 Piping shall be routed so as to avoid tube pulling areas and access to burner controls. Piping
shall be routed away from heater to provide good all round access.
6. 7.2

Piping to heaters shall run at grade on sleepers.

6.7.3 Vendor supplied burner piping shall comply with this specification.
6. 7.4 Piping to burners shall allow for any movements required for adjustments.

6.8
6.8.1

Storage Tanks
When piping is routed through bund walls, proper sealing shall be provided.

6.8.2 Adequate piping flexibility shall be considered for piping system connected to tank nozzles
to absorb tank settlement.
6.8.3 Tanks nozzles shall be oriented such that valves and instruments requiring access are
grouped together for ease of operator access.
6.8.4 Instruments shall be oriented such that they are visible from normal operator areas.
Preferably, all level indicators shall be orientated such that they are visible from a single
location.
6.8.5 Aboveground foam and firewater piping shall be routed so as to provide free draining of
complete lines. Tank foam piping shall be fitted with locked open valves between the foam
pourer and the tank to facilitate maintenance.
6.8.6

Fire-fighting access points shall be located in clear areas away from piping and equipment.

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In addition to the requirements of this document Vendor Supplied Packaged Equipment shall
also meet the additional requirements of 015-LH -1004 KOC Specification for Piping and
Equipment Pre-Assembly and 11 C8972-00-PE-SPC-0004 Piping and Equipment Pre-Assembly.

6. 9.2

Piping on vendor skids shall comply with the requirements of 15050901-000-00-PI-SPC-0002


Piping Material Specification.

6. 9.3 Accessibility, Operability and Maintainability review shall be performed for each skid at the
design completion stage. Operations and Maintenance personnel shall be part of the review
team.
6. 9.4 The skid layout shall consider the final positioning and orientation of the skid on site in
terms of access for maintenance equipment and firefighting, clearance from adjacent
equipment, structures, direction of sunlight, etc.
6. 9. 5 The final skid assembly shall provide unobstructed access to all equipment requiring
periodic maintenance, including the layout of conduits, piping, and instrumentation.
6.9.6 Whenever possible, equipment requiring maintenance greater than an annual basis shall be
installed at the skid edge so that maintenance is possible from the outside of the skid.
6. 9. 7 Space shall be provided for items supplied or installed by others such as but not limited to
valve actuators, insulation, and maintenance equipment.
6.9.8

Company shall approve equipment layout for operation, in place maintenance and removal
of equipment components. Piping connections that tie into piping that is external to the
skid (i.e. plant piping) shall be anchored at the skid edge. Maximum allowable loads at the
skid connection shall be provided and must be in accordance with 15050901-000-00-PI-SPC0001 "Specification for Allowable Nozzle Loads".

6. 9. 9 Stress analysis shall be performed by the vendor to the criteria outlined in Section 7 of this
document. Pipe stress reports as required by Section 7 shall be submitted to Company for
information.
7.0

PIPE STRESS REQUIREMENTS

7.1

General

7.1.1

Pipe stress analysis shall be performed to meet the requirements of ASME B31.3 or other
piping construction code whichever it is applicable.

7.1.2 The environmental condition as stated in KOC standard KOC-G-007 (entitled "KOC Standard
for Basic Design Data") shall be considered in pipe stress analysis.

7. 2

Design Conditions

7.2.1

Design conditions shall be as per the project line designation table and the project
specification 1505091-000-PR-CRT-0001 "Process Design Criteria Memorandum Phase 1 - ISS
& CPF" and 1505091-000-PR-CRT-0002 "Process Design Criteria Memorandum Phase 1 -Export

Facility (STF)".
7.2.2

For piping stress analysis purpose, installation temperature shall be considered as TC.

7.2.3

The temperatures used in expansion stress calculations shall generally be the maximum and
minimum design temperatures shown on the Line List or the upset temperature, whichever
produces the greatest differential. However, consideration shall be given to all possible
operating I upset scenarios. Contraction from the maximum installation temperature to the
minimum ambient temperature should also be considered.

7.2.4

For uninsulated lines the black body maximum temperature shall be used when it exceeds
the design temperature on the line list.

7.2. 5 Refer document number 15050901-000-00-PI-BOD-0002 for Piping Stress Analysis Design
Basis for more details.

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APPENDICES

8.1

Appendix-1 :- Hydrostatic Test Vent and Drain Assembly

8.1.1

Vent and drain sizes for pressure test purpose shall be as follows: Pipe Size
Yz" & ~"
1" - 11/2"
2" & Above

Vent Size

Drain Size

NONE
NONE

LINE SIZE

3/4"
3/4"

3/4"

8.1.2 Hydrostatic Static vents shall be provided for trapped high points of piping and drains shall
be provided for all low pockets of all line sizes in accordance with the schedule below.
Table 1.1
Pipe Class
C13A
C13B
C13C
C15A
C15B, C15B1 ,C17B,
C15C
C35B, C35B1 ,C35BP
C35C
C37B, C65B
C95C, CA5C,CA5A,CA5CP
C97B
D10B
D30B
DAOB
F10A
F10B, F30B
51 OA, S30A, S60A
S10B, S60B
Q15A,Q35A
Q15B,Q35B

Detail No.
Detail- 1A,
Detail - 1A,
Detail - 1A,
Detail - 1A,
Detail - 1C,
Detail - 1A,
Detail - 1C,
Detail - 1A,
Detail - 1C,
Detail- 1A,
Detail- 1C,
Detail- 1C,
Detail- 1C,
Detail- 1C,
Detail - 3A,
Detail- 1C,
Detail- 1A,
Detail- 1C,
Detail - 4A,
Detail- 4B,

1B
2B
1B
1B
2A
1B
2A
1B
2A
1B
2A
2A
2A
2A
3B
3B
1B
2A
4B, 4C
4C, 4D

Notes:1. Temporary valves shall be fitted before hydro-test and replaced with blind flange after
completion of test

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SUITABLY INCREASED TO ACCOMMODATE COLUMN SIZE ALONG WITH FIRE PROOFING
(IF ANY) BETWEEN THE UNES.
4. UTILITY SERVICES SHALL BE PROVIDED AS PER THE PROJECT REQUIREMENTS.
5. UTILITY STATioNs sHALL BE LocATED THRoucHour THE oPERATING AREAS so THAT A
MAXIMUM OF 45m HOSE LENGTH CAN SERVICE ANY POINT IN THE AREA.

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