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PTSC Mechanical & Construction

PROPOSED EXECUTION PLAN


FOR THE HAI LONG
OFFSHORE WIND FARM PROJECT
MEETING AGENDA

 INTRODUCTION ABOUT PTSC M&C’S CAPABILITIES AND


EXPERIENCE

 PTSC M&C’S PROPOSED EXECUTION PLAN FOR THE HAI


LONG OFFSHORE WIND FARM PROJECT

 QUESTIONS AND ANSWERS


INTRODUCTION ABOUT PTSC M&C
Offshore Services

Fixed Subsea
Platform Structures

Mega Process
Structures Module
Onshore Services

Prefabrication Construction

Erection Commissioning
WHAT IS NEW AT PTSC M&C
R&D activities have been conducted on studying offshore deep water and marginal field technologies.
We aim at preparing ourselves for more capabilities and expertise in:
 Oil and gas complex technologies;
 Optimum and cost effective facilities for marginal fields;
 Optimum solutions for offshore wind farm projects

Subsea modules

Tension Leg Hybrid of COSMOS Offshore windfarm


Floating Structure Motion
Platform and Suction Pile foundation
(software: ANSYS AQWA)
Capabilities
PROJECT MANAGEMENT ENGINEERING PROCUREMENT

 Integrated management and operation system  Self Performed  In-house resources


with an experienced and professional project
 In-house 250 engineers  World wide network of suppliers/vendors
management team.
 Library of Engineering Codes & Standards  Rich database

 Computer Aided Design/Computer Aided Engineering  Fully integrated systems & procedures
facilities with use of various software

 Engineering Certified

INTEGRATED MODERN MANAGEMENT AND OPERATION SYSTEM WITH AN


EXPERIENCED AND PROFESSIONAL PROJECT MANAGEMENT TEAM

A DYNAMIC AND CAPABLE PARTNER FOR COMPLEX & FAST TRACK PROJECTS
Capabilities
TRANSPORTATION AND
CONSTRUCTION HOOK-UP AND COMMISSIONING
INSTALLATION

 State-of-the-art facilities  T&I management experience  Management experience

 Skillful & experienced workforce  Partnership  In-house resources

 Fully supported by qualified subcontractors  Worldwide network of solution providers: Dockwise,  Worldwide network of solution providers
Heerema, Saipem, Swiber Offshore, McDermott, HHI,
 03 Skid ways (10,000MT; 20,000MT and 25,000
EMAS, SapuraKencana, Thai Nippon Steel
MT)

 Total fabrication capacity: 50,000MT/ year

INTEGRATED MODERN MANAGEMENT AND OPERATION SYSTEM WITH AN


EXPERIENCED AND PROFESSIONAL PROJECT MANAGEMENT TEAM
Advantages
SAFETY QUALITY

 Sustainable Commitment to Health, Safety and the Environment  Integrated QHSE Management System in accordance with ISO
9001:2008; ISO 14001:2004, OHSAS 18001:2007; ISO 17025, ASME U&S
 Nearly 150 project safety procedures, instructions, plans.
stamp
 LTI frequency rate at 0.1 per 200,000MH
 Quality performance recorded by many Clients (Petronas BP, Talisman,
 TRCF rate at 0.2 Premier Oil, Total..)
 No Fatality  Internal quality audits conducted twice/year
 Many awards from Clients for Safety performance & achievements  Compliant to international standards
 Welding repair rate less than 0.5%
 Experienced and qualified with Low Alloy, Stainless Steel, Duplex,
Super Duplex, Cuni and other exotic materials

EFFECTIVENESS

 Complete solution for the full range of Engineering, Procurement, Construction, Installation & Commissioning services
 Skillful & experience workers and elite supervisor team being familiar with international standards and certified by international organizations.
 Project localization for cost & schedule saving
 Low, Manageable & Risk Goals
 Readiness of fabrication facilities, resources
 Convenience yard location, easy accessible for load-out and transportation
Construction Capacity

Engineering Prefabrication Assembly Commissioning Delivery

PRODUCTIVITY CONSTRUCTION EQUIPMENT FABRICATION FACILITIES CODES & STANDARDS

 Structural Fab: ~ 2,400 MT/mth  Cranes: various (single lift  Structural manufacturing,  3G, 4G, 5G, 6G, 6GR certified
capacity upto 1,200 MT) including
 Piping Fab: ~ 120,000 DI/mth  Auto beam manufacturing  Standards: AWS, ASME, API
Crawler Crane, Tower Crane,
 Painting: ~ 25,000 m2/mth Rough Terrain Crane, Cargo  Piping workshops  Others: ASTMs, AWS D1.1, EMUA
158, ASME B31.3, ASME IX, ASME
 Average manhours: ~5 mil/yr Crane, Overhead Crane..  Mechanical workshops
B31.4, ASME B31.8, API 1104,
 Handling Equipment: forklifts,  Painting workshop DNV F101, ASME B31.1..
trucks, trailers
 Auto blasting workshop
 Measuring Machine: various
 X-Ray workshop
 Hydraulic Machines: various

ANNUAL THROUGHPUT LARGEST STRUCTURE BUILT PERFORMED MANHOURS MOBILISABLE W ORKFORCE

~50,000 MT 13,600 MT ~65 millions Upto 7,000


YARD SPACE
PTSC M&C’s fabrication yard located in PTSC Downstream Port,
along the coastline of Vungtau City.

PTSC Downstream Port is a complex area for oil & gas


companies, offices, warehouses, fabrication yards and also
available with a modern and ready sea port makes it convenient
for both sea and land access.

 Main yard Area: 610,000 m2 (230,00 m2 for major


fabrication activities)
 Covered workshops: 60,000 m2
 Assembly - Erection Area: 119,000 m2
 Covered Storage Area: 15,600 m2
 Open Storage Area: 35,400 m2
 Office Area: 6,000 m2

LOADOUT BERTH & QUAY

 Quay length: 750m


 Quay width: 28m
 Water depth: 9.5-14m
 Jetty Distribution: Max 10.5 MT cargo/m2
 Yard Distribution: Max 70 MT/m2
 Quay designed for 30,000 DWT Vessels
 03 Skid ways (10,000MT; 20,000MT and 25,000 MT)
OUR MANPOWER
RESOURCES
Category Quantity

Administration 74

Engineering 250

Procurement 43

Construction/Fabrication
106
Supervision

Direct Workers 967

Others 155

Current Total 1,595 (*)

(*) Permanent employees, mobilizable up to 5,000


TURNOVER We have been maintaining good financial health

(US$ mil)

600.00
556.94
535.80 547.62

500.00
463.19

400.00
349.22

300.00 267.40
230.00

200.00 177.26

106.39 98.64
100.00
39.45 39.94 51.54
15.74 24.44
0.98
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2001 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016
PTSC Mechanical & Construction

OFFSHORE EXPERIENCES
Bien Dong 1 Project
 Client: Bien Dong POC

 Project Location: Vietnam

 Project type: EPCIC

 Duration: 03/2010 – 11/2012

 Key Facilities: 01 Central Processing Platform, 01


Wellhead Platform, 01 CPP Jacket & Piles, Pipeline &
subsea cables

 Total weight: ~ 35,000 MT

 Water depth: 133m

 Subsea: 12” Cladded pipe x 21km, 26”x3.5km, 20”x45km,


20”& 26” SSVI and Umbilical, Flexible Pipelines x 6km,
Subsea cable x 12km.

 PQP Topsides Loadout weight: 13,600 MT (Float-over)

 PQP Jacket LO weight: 11,500 MT (Launching)

 Piles 4,500 MT
Heera Development Project Maharaja Lela South Project
 Client: ONGC (Operator) – AFCONS (Main Contractor)  Client: Total EP Borneo BV

 Project Location: India  Project Location: Brunei

 Project type: pC  Project type: EPCC

 Duration: 04/2013 – 11/2014  Duration: 01/2014 – 07/2015

 Key Facilities: 01 Central Processing Platform  Key Facilities: 01 Wellhead Platform, 01 Jacket & Piles

 Total weight: ~ 8,500 MT  Total weight: ~ 3,850 MT


Su Tu Trang FF (Phase 1) Project Daman Development Project Phase 2
 Client: Cuu Long JOC  Client: Oil and Natural Gas Corporation (ONGC)

 Project Location: Vietnam  Project Location: India

 Project type: EPCIC  Project type: EPC

 Duration: 01/2015 – 11/2016  Duration: 04/2017 – 12/2017 (tentative)

 Key Facilities: 01 Wellhead Platform, 01 LQ, Jacket & Piles  Key Facilities: 5 Well head Platforms

 Total weight: ~ 11,250 MT  Total weight: ~ 14,000 MT


Other Offshore Experiences
Project Client Scope Facilities Weight (MT) Duration

Greater Enfield Subsea TechnipFMC PC ILTA, HOP and FLET Subsea Structures 1,000 2017

HoangLong JOC
Te Giac Trang H5 EPCIC 01 Wellhead Platform, Drilling Wellbay Module, 21km pipelines 4,000 2014 – 2015
(Vietnam)

CuuLong JOC
Su Tu Vang South West EPCIC 01 Wellhead Platform 2,900 2013 – 2014
(Vietnam)

CuuLong JOC
Su Tu Nau EPCIC 02 Wellhead Platforms, 02 Jackets, Piles, 60km Pipelines 8,000 2013 – 2014
(Vietnam)

LamSon JOC 02 Wellhead Platforms, PLEMs/ PLET and 2km (12”-MPF); 5km (8”-WIF); 5km (6”-GLF);
Thang Long Dong Do EPCIC 8,500 2011 – 2013
(Vietnam) 2km (10”-MPF) and 6km Umbilical

ThangLong JOC 02 Wellhead Platforms, 02 Jackets, 02 Drilling Decks, Piles,, subsea templates, infield
Hai Su Trang/ Den EPCIC 7,000 2011 – 2013
(Vietnam) pipeline (6”, 8”, 10”) x 36 km

CuuLong JOC
Su Tu Trang EPCI 01 Wellhead Platform, 01 Jacket, 17km pipeline (12”) 3,600 2011 – 2013
(Vietnam)

Dua Subsea Premier Oil


ePCI 02 Nos. of 10’’ pipeline 17km/each; 01 PLEM; 01 Manifold; Umbilical system; TPAM 400 2012 -2013
Development Vietnam

01 Wellhead Platform, 02 jacket, 01 drilling deck, infield pipeline x 35km (6’’, 8’’,10’’,16’’),
Te Giac Trang Hoang Long JOC EPCIC 6,000 2009 - 2011
8’’SSIV

CuuLong JOC 01 Wellhead Platform, 01 Jacket, infield pipeline x 27km (10” x6,7km, 16”x13,3km,
Su Tu Den North East EPCIC 4,000 2008 - 2010
(Vietnam) 24’x7,3km) & submarine cables

Premier Oil 01 Wellhead Platform, 01 Jacket & piles, pipeline 10” X 96 km , 16km (4”, 6” 10”), 02
Chim Sao Development EPCIC 7,500 2008 - 2010
Vietnam Plems & Umbilical
Other Offshore Experiences
Project Client Scope Facilities Weight (MT) Duration

Petronas Carigali
Topaz PCC 01 Wellhead Platform, 01 Jacket, Piles & Conductors 4,000 2009 - 2010
(Vietnam)

Petronas Carigali
Pearl PCC 01 Wellhead Platform 600 2008 - 2009
(Vietnam)

Talisman Malaysia
Bunga Orkid EPC 03 Wellhead Platforms 4,000 2006 - 2008
(Malaysia)

Truong Son JOC


Song Doc A PC 01 Wellhead Platform 600 2007 - 2008
(Vietnam)

Talisman Malaysia
Bunga Tulip A C 01 Wellhead Platform, 01 Mono-pod Jacket 900 2005 - 2006
(Malaysia)

Wellhead Platform-
JVPC (Vietnam) C 02 Wellhead Platforms, 01 bridge 1,500 2004 - 2005
C1/CLPP/NBR3

Petronas Carigali
Ruby B EPC 01 Wellhead Platform 1,300 2004 - 2005
(Vietnam)

Rang Dong-S1 JVPC (Vietnam) C 01 Wellhead Platform 450 2002

Su Tu Den South CuuLong JOC


EPCI 01 Wellhead Platform, 20’’x 20km pipeline 2,200 2002 - 2003
West (Vietnam)

PTSC-01 Barge PTSC (Vietnam) EPC 5,000DWT Ballast Barge for transporting topsides, jackets,.. 2,400 2008 - 2009

3509 Tug Boat PTSC (Vietnam) EPC 02 tug boats with capacity 3,500 BHP and 4,750 BHP 1,000 2009 - 2010
PTSC Mechanical & Construction

PROPOSED EXECUTION PLAN


HAI LONG OFFSHORE WIND FARM PROJECT
Hailong Project Background
 Client: Northland Power Inc (NPI), Canada & Yushan Energy, Singapore
 Project Location: Blocks 18 & 19, Taiwan Strait
 Project type: EPCI
 Duration: early 2018 – 2020
 Final Investment Decision (FID): end Q1/early Q2 2019
 Key Facilities:
• 40-50 wind turbine generator foundations (WTG jackets);
• One/two Offshore Substation platform(s) (OSS);
• Installation of the inter-array cables (OPTIONAL?)
 Total weight: ~ 75,000 MT (excl. Pile weight)
 Water depth: 45m - 55m
 Local content:
• Sourcing steel of Taiwan manufacture (CSC is the large Taiwan steel supplier)
• Local facility i.e. CSBC shipyard in Kaohsiung (Piles; pre-piled Template; OSS Topsides; Jacket?)
PTSC M&C Background
 Proven past track record of successful implementation of
various complex offshore EPCI projects;
 Proven capabilities and resources to provide optimum
design for Cong hai wind turbine Project, onshore Vietnam;
 Strong R&D to support for optimum solutions for offshore
wind farm projects; partners with SPTO for Suction pile &
Upstream Engineering, Llc for Sea horse Platform
Technologies that could be useful for Hailong Project.
 Strong in structure engineering & design with available
software licenses such as ANSYS, SACs, GRL Weap, Plaxis,
SAP2000, Tekla, PDMS, S3D, Bocad, Autocad

Seahorse Technologies
(light weight design concept)
Tower Steel:
70m height “Conghai” Project
130mT

Concrete
Wind turbine Jacket with
Foundation Suction pile - SPTO
EXECUTION PLAN
With its experience and successful implementation of FEPCIC model, PTSC M&C would like to recommend an FEPCIC
contracting strategy as below:
Description Basic Engineering Detail Procurement Construction T&I HUC
Engineering (optional)
Contractor Qualified PTSC M&C with PTSC M&C PTSC M&C/ PTSC M&C/ PTSC M&C with
Engineering supporting by Taiwanese Qualified T&I qualified HUC
Company Engineering fabricators subcontractor contractor
Consultant
Location At BE contractor At PTSC M&C’s At PTSC At PTSC M&C’s At PTSC M&C’s Offshore location
Office Site Office M&C’s Site Site Office and its site
Office qualified And at Taiwanese
fabrication fabricator’s site
subcontractors
EXECUTION PLAN - ENGINEERING
 Basic Engineering shall be performed by Offshore Design
Engineering Limited (ODE)
 A comparison between a conventional four-legged and a newly-
developed three-legged bottom fixed jacket substructure for
offshore wind applications:
“The three-legged concept is feasible as an interesting alternative to the
four-legged design, while potentially more cost-efficient, with a 17-percent
reduction of structural mass and a 25-percent reduction in the number of
welded joints. Further analyses were carried out to evaluate the sensitivity of
the dynamic performance with respect to different load cases, loading
directionality, and wind-wave misalignment effects. Results show that both
designs are highly susceptible to the change-of-load direction, therefore
recommending a finer incident angle resolution (a gap of 15 degrees or less)
to be used in the analysis. The overall wind-wave misalignment effect is
comparably smaller, but could contribute to a significant impact if the joints
Three-Legged Design Four-Legged Design
are close to being critical”
Copyright © by The International Society of Offshore and Polar Engineers
EXECUTION PLAN - ENGINEERING
Split scope of work
Engineering Tower Engine
 FEED to be conducted at selected FEED Consultant (incl. Blade)
subcontractor’s office under PTSC M&C’s (aerodynamic
supervision and management analysis)
 DE to be performed by PTSC M&C capable
engineers at its office in Vungtau City. Prior
to project award, PTSC M&C will set up a Tower
DE COMPANY for approval. Upon award, Steel
this team will be mobilized and implement
PTSC
the DE work M&C’s
 Aerodynamic analysis shall be performed
S.W.L
by engineering consultant to provide loads Jacket
at the tower base. It will be computed and
retrieved to the PTSC M&C structural
analysis Foundation

Offshore wind Turbine in SACs Modeling


EXECUTION PLAN - ENGINEERING
Detail Engineering by PTSC M&C
 The Detail Engineering will be carried out by the
integrated discipline engineers: Safety; Mechanical;
By SACs
Instrument; Electrical and Structural for WTG jackets &
OSS
 Structural Analysis are including: inplace, fatigue,
seismic, FEM for node, load-out, transportation, lifting &
integration.
 Transition piece design The transition piece is a highly
complex and important part of the substructure design
connecting the wind turbine tower to the jacket and is
therefore designed using advanced FE software

By
ANSYS
Global Integrity Check Transition node
Local Check by FEM
Structural Engineering
EXECUTION PLAN - ENGINEERING
Case study for 8MW Wind Turbine Tower in Viet Nam Sea
PTSC M&C has approached to design a case study for 8MW Wind Turbine Tower Tower Steel:
located in Viet Nam Sea in Sept- 2017 106.3m Height,
OD 5mx 26mm
 Input Data at Top,
• Metocean data and Geological Data at Block 15-2/-01 Southern Viet Nam OD 7.7m x
sea (130 km in distance to Coast line) 36mm at Bottom
• Design life 20 year
• Power: 8 MW (410 MT Total weight of Hub+ Nace+ Blade)
 Output data
• Tower Main Steel Weight: 560 MT Jacket:
• Jacket Weight: 1500 MT 68.2m Height,
Using Self
• Pile: 655 MT leveling Pre-
Notes: Piling Template
 Taiwan offshore encounters with strong typhoon and earthquake; for installation
 The geological formation of seabed is also weak in weight supporting strength.
SACs 3D Modeling Case Study
EXECUTION PLAN- PROCUREMENT

 Maximize utilizing the materials supplied by local Taiwanese vendors, i.e. steels from
China Steel Corporation subject to their qualification, capabilities and price
competitiveness;
 Purchasing rolled pipe is more preferred than steel plate and rolling by PTSC M&C.
However, PTSC M&C shall analyse the rolling capacity of subcontractors in Taiwan &
Vietnam to balance the amount of rolled pipe and plate in the aspect of optimising cost &
schedule.
 Utilize the qualified procurement teams with expertise in purchasing, negotiation,
expediting, logistics supporting
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EXECUTION PLAN - TRANSPORTATION

 Marine spread for transportation of


Jackets: by HTV with speed of 11.8 knots:
transportation duration apprx 4 days
 Marine spread for transportation of piles:
by Cargo Barge with speed of 5 knots:
transportation duration apprx 10 days
EXECUTION PLAN - TRANSPORTATION
EXECUTION PLAN - INSTALLATION
EXECUTION PLAN - INSTALLATION