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Zora Offshore Platform

Zora Gas Field Development Specification for Equipment Skid

REVISION LOG REGISTER

Document Number : TEC-ZP-65005-02-STR-SPC-0008


Document Title : Specification for Equipment Skid
Revision No. : 1

DANAGAS
Page Date Revision
Reviewer

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Zora Gas Field Development Specification for Equipment Skid

TABLE OF CONTENTS

REVISION LOG REGISTER ............................................................................................................ 2


TABLE OF CONTENTS ................................................................................................................... 3
1. INTRODUCTION ........................................................................................................................ 4
1.1 GENERAL.......................................................................................................................... 4
1.2 SCOPE .............................................................................................................................. 4
1.3 REFERENCES .................................................................................................................. 5
1.4 CODES AND STANDARDS .............................................................................................. 5
1.5 DEFINITION OF TERMS ................................................................................................... 5
2. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS .................................................................................................... 5
3. DESIGN REQUIREMENT .......................................................................................................... 6
3.1 General .............................................................................................................................. 6
3.2 Drip Pans ........................................................................................................................... 6
3.3 Double Locking Fasteners ................................................................................................. 6
3.4 Skid Deflection/Stiffness .................................................................................................... 7
3.5 Skid Anchors...................................................................................................................... 7
3.6 Lift Analysis........................................................................................................................ 7
3.7 Skid Support and Tie-Down ............................................................................................... 7
3.8 Hole Reinforcement ........................................................................................................... 7
4. FABRICATION REQUIREMENT ............................................................................................... 7
5. FABRICATION TOLERANCES ................................................................................................. 8
6. MATERIALS............................................................................................................................... 8
7. PROTECTIVE COATINGS ......................................................................................................... 8
8. QA / QC ...................................................................................................................................... 8

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1. INTRODUCTION

1.1 GENERAL
The ZORA project consists of the ZORA field which contains gas and condensate and is located in
the West Sharjah Concession in approximately 24 meters of water depth, which is approximately
33 km from the Sharjah Hamriyah Free Zone coast line. This will be connected by a new Subsea /
Onshore Pipeline to a new Onshore Gas Processing Plant within the Sharjah Hamriyah Free
Zone. In addition, treated produced water will be re-injected into deep well inside Hamriya
Onshore Plant, a sales gas pipeline will deliver processed gas from the Plant to the nearby SEWA
facility (the customer) and the stabilized condensate will be exported by road tankers.

Figure 1.1 Location of ZORA Field

The ZORA offshore facility includes:


• Wellheads and Manifolds
• Corrosion Inhibitor Injection System
• Future Scale Inhibitor Injection System
• Methanol Injection System
• Vent and Drain System
• Intelligent Pig Launching Facilities
• Power Generation, Telemetry and Control Systems
• Multi Phase Flow Meter
• Platform Crane

1.2 SCOPE
This General Specification describes the general requirements for Equipment Skid on offshore
platform. This General Specification may be modified or enhanced by the Technical Specification
and/or the Fabrication Drawings with which it is associated.

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1.3 REFERENCES
The following references supplement this General Specification:
- TEC-ZP-65005-02-STR-SPC-0001 Specification for Offshore Steel Material.
- TEC-ZP-65005-02-STR-SPC-0003 Specification for Bolts, Nuts and Washers.
- TEC-ZP-65005-02-STR-SPC-0005 Specification for Fabrication of Offshore Steel Structures.
- TEC-ZP-65005-02-STR-SPC-0007 Specification for Surface Preparation and Painting for
Offshore Steel Structure.
- TEC-ZP-65005-02-STR-SPC-0010 Specification for Welding of Offshore Structures.
- 4402-ZW-SS-N-004-00-0 ZORA Platform – Specification for Inspection and Quality
Control (by KECS).
References that are not applicable to the Scope of Work as specified in the Technical
Specification have not been included in the Contract Documents.

1.4 CODES AND STANDARDS


The structural material shall be manufactured in accordance with good engineering practices and
in compliance with the latest editions and revisions (unless noted otherwise) of the following
Codes and Standards as applicable:
American Institute of Steel Construction, AISC
AISC Manual of Steel Construction, Allowable Stress Design

American Petroleum Institute, API


API RP 2A Recommended Practice for Planning, Designing, and Constructing Fixed
Offshore Platforms

American Welding Society, AWS


ANSI/AWS D1.1 Structural Welding Code

1.5 DEFINITION OF TERMS


The COMPANY where used in this specification shall mean DANAGAS.
The CONTRACTOR where used in this specification shall mean TRIPATRA ENGINEERS AND
CONSTRUCTORS.
The VENDOR is the party, who manufactures or supplies the equipment and services to perform
the duties specified by the CONTRACTOR.
The INSPECTOR means the CONTRACTOR'S REPRESENTATIVE or THIRD PARTY
INSPECTION AGENCY or CERTIFYING AUTHORITY as specified in Purchase Order.

2. GENERAL REQUIREMENTS
1. The purpose of this specification and its referenced codes, standards and General Specifications is
to establish a minimum level of acceptable quality. Alternate standard designs of equal or superior
quality may be proposed, provided all exceptions are listed and written approval for all exceptions is
obtained from COMPANY.
2. In the case of conflict between documents, Vendor shall submit the discrepancy immediately to
COMPANY for final resolution. In his Bid Document, Vendor shall provide for the more stringent
requirement unless otherwise instructed in writing by Company.
3. The skid covered by this specification shall be complete in all details and ready for installation.
4. The skid shall be designed for use in an exposed, tropical, offshore, salt laden, corrosive
atmosphere with 68o F to 97o F ambient temperature and 100% relative humidity.

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3. DESIGN REQUIREMENT

3.1 General
1. Skid framing shall be all welded construction, unless field installation procedures dictate
otherwise and as approved by COMPANY.
2. The transverse end beams shall extend completely across the skid. If the skid has interior
longitudinal beams, the interior transverse beam connections shall develop the full bending
strengths of the members.
3. Vendor will be supplied with a drawing or description of the platform or foundation supports on
which the skid package will be placed. The structural steel items covered by this specification
shall be designed in such a manner that the weight of the complete package can be safely
transferred to the supporting foundation.
4. Skid dimensions shall be such that there are no projections outside of the outer edge of the
skid. Where highway transportation of the equipment is required or when an item is to be
installed on a lower deck, consideration must be given to the appropriate height and width
limitations. In critical instances the limiting dimensions shall be specified by COMPANY.
5. All valves, controls, and accessories shall be accessible by means of platforms, walkways or
ladders.
6. Where two or more skids are designed for adjoining installation with interconnecting piping,
the skids shall be fitted together and keyed or doweled and match marked for bolting. These
dowels shall be readily accessible.

3.2 Drip Pans


All mounted equipment or other liquid sources that can possibly be spilled, leaked, and/or drained
into the skid area shall have a drip pan under that particular equipment or source. The drip pan
shall be constructed of 1/4 inch (6 mm) plate. COMPANY prefers that the drip pan cover the entire
skid area, sloping to one end of the skid. Where, due to the presence of cross members or other
obstructions this is not possible, the skids shall at least incorporate motors, pumps, or other such
equipment. The skid surface area not directly under such aforementioned equipment shall be
completely covered with 1/4 inch (6 mm) steel plate and seal welded. The plate shall be used to
form a slanted bottom to one corner of the skid. The drip pans and paling shall each have a 2"
NPT outlet drain on the edge of the skid. The drip pan shall be of sufficient capacity to contain all
likely spillage during normal operation and maintenance. Where galvanized walkways are
required, galvanized grating shall be placed over the drip pan area and this shall be adequately
supported and clipped in position.
In instances where the skid cannot be designed to incorporate drip pans under equipment,
CONTRACTOR shall advise COMPANY so that additional deck drains may be provided directly
under the skids at CONTRACTOR'S expense.

3.3 Double Locking Fasteners


An in-place analysis shall be performed on the skid applying all dead and live load combinations
anticipated during the life of the skid and supported assemblies. The load combinations analyzed
should include a hydrostatic test or proof test, if applicable, with a 1/3 increase in allowable
stresses. Storm and operating environmental load conditions shall be analyzed with a one third
increase in allowable stresses permitted in the former. Support points shall simulate actual support
conditions.
If because of geometry and support points, load distribution becomes too complicated to evaluate
by hand, a computer analysis shall be performed and the formal output submitted to COMPANY.
Total weight of all vessels and piping is to be calculated and documented for the dry, test and
operating conditions.
Lateral, axial and vertical loadings caused by piping reactions that are to be transmitted by the
skid to the foundations shall be considered in skid design.

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No portion of the piping or equipment or their frames shall be considered to resist the imposed
loading during operating or lifting conditions.

3.4 Skid Deflection/Stiffness


For calculating skid deflections, assume the skid is supported at each end under the transverse
end beam. For normal operating conditions, the skid stiffness shall be such that the deflection
shall not exceed L/400 where L is the distance between end transverse members.

3.5 Skid Anchors


All piping, valves and equipment shall be supported and anchored to avoid undue stresses and
vibrations during shipment as well as during normal operation.
These supports shall be seal welded to the skid but not welded to process piping. A 0.6g lateral
acceleration or an storm wind shall be applied in the most onerous direction to design such
anchors and supports.

3.6 Lift Analysis


The unit shall be designed and constructed so that the complete package, including all specified
equipment and pipe mounted and in-place, can be lifted with a single hook and wire slings to four
padeyes, without a spreader frame. If this is not practical, an alternate lifting arrangement
acceptable to COMPANY shall be devised utilizing a spreader frame designed and supplied by
Vendor.
Padeyes shall be located and sling lengths adjusted to provide for lifting the load near level. The
maximum tilt allowable from level is five degrees.
Padeyes, shackles, slings, and rigging equipment necessary shall be designed in accordance with
API RP 2A, Fabrication and Installation Forces, using the offshore lift criteria and called out on the
lifting drawing.
A lifting analysis shall be performed in accordance with API RP 2A, Fabrication and Installation
Forces, on the skid without a one third increase in allowable stresses.

3.7 Skid Support and Tie-Down


If single lift skids are to be installed on an offshore structure, Vendor shall provide for welded
connections to the offshore structure. The connection shall be designed so that the module can be
transferred from one location to another without adverse effect.
If the skids are to be installed on concrete blocks or piers, the skids shall be provided with anchor
bolt chairs and leveling screws. Sizing and make-up of these bolts shall be coordinated with
COMPANY.

3.8 Hole Reinforcement


If holes installed in beam flanges or the web of a member reduce the net section to the extent that
the member allowable stresses are exceeded, the member shall be reinforced with welded plate
having a thickness sufficient to provide the additional required area. In no case shall plate less
than 1/4 inch be used unless approved by COMPANY.

4. FABRICATION REQUIREMENT
During assembly in Vendor's yard, each package/skid shall be supported identically as it is to be
supported at its final location.
During fabrication, care shall be taken to avoid areas where it is difficult or impossible to properly apply
corrosion protection. If necessary, inaccessible areas shall be boxed in.
Sharp corners and edges of beams and supports shall be rounded and ground smooth. All faying
surfaces and similar inaccessible areas subject to corrosion shall be seal-welded. Horizontal webs and
channels shall have weep holes to prevent trapping of water or fluids.

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5. FABRICATION TOLERANCES
The overall length or width of the skid shall not vary more than 6 mm. A diagonal measurement across
corners shall not vary more than 3 mm from exact.
The horizontal distance from one column to any adjacent column shall not vary more than 6 mm from the
dimensions shown on the Drawings.
The difference in elevation in deck plate or grating at seams shall not exceed 1.5 mm. Plate and grating
shall be flat and without visible wrapping.

6. MATERIALS
Materials shall be in accordance with Specification TEC-ZP-65005-02-STR-SPC-0001, “Specification for
Offshore Steel Material”.

7. PROTECTIVE COATINGS
Surface preparation and coating of all exposed metal parts shall be in accordance with Specification
TEC-ZP-65005-02-STR-SPC-0007, “Specification for Surface Preparation and Painting for Offshore
Steel Structure”.

8. QA / QC
Inspection and Quality Control Program shall be in accordance with Specification 4402-ZW-SS-N-004-
00-0, “Specification for Inspection and Quality Control”, by KECS, 2003.

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