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PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE REPORT

Presented To Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN) By CHUKS EMU B.Eng. (Hons) Electrical Engineering University of Benin, Benin City, Edo State OF
Makon Engineering and Technical Services Ltd.

IN FULFILMENT OF THE REQUIREMENT FOR REGISTRATION Into Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN)

September, 2012

TABLE OF CONTENTS
ATTESTATION ............................................................................................................................................ 4 1.0 INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................................ 5

SUMMARY OF EXPERIENCE..................................................................................................................... 5 1.1 Abbreviations and Definitions ................................................................................................. 5

CAREER OVERVIEW .................................................................................................................................. 9 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 2.0 Makon Engineering & Technical Services Limited, Lagos State .............................................. 9 China Petroleum Engineering & Construction Company, Khartoum, Sudan ........................ 12 FMC Technologies Inc. Houston, Texas ................................................................................. 15 Deltaafrik Engineering Limited, Victoria Island, Lagos ......................................................... 19 Cakasa Nigeria Company Limited, Ikoyi, Lagos .................................................................... 26 Software Proficiency ............................................................................................................. 29 Trainings............................................................................................................................... 29

ELECTRICAL AND SUBSEA ENGINEERING DESIGN IN OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY ........... 30 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8 2.9 Project Design Phases ............................................................................................................ 30 Basic Design Consideration ................................................................................................... 31 Typical Electrical Deliverables .............................................................................................. 32 Typical Subsea Controls Engineering Deliverables ................................................................ 33 Interactions Between Disciplines During Project Execution ................................................... 34 Some Typical Electrical Deliverables ..................................................................................... 36 Main Topside Electrical Equipment ...................................................................................... 40 Subsea Control System Equipment ........................................................................................ 44 Some Typical Subsea Controls Engineering Deliverables....................................................... 54

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DETAILED ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN FOR AGBADA NAG PROJECT ............. 60 3.1 3.2 3.3 3.4 3.5 3.6 3.7 Lighting & Power Design for all Sheds or Shelter .................................................................. 61 Loadlist and UPS System Sizing ............................................................................................ 61 Electrical Single Line Diagram .............................................................................................. 62 Cable Sizing .......................................................................................................................... 63 Electrical Cable Schedule or List ........................................................................................... 65 Raceway System Design ........................................................................................................ 65 Earthing Layout .................................................................................................................... 65

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CONCLUSION ............................................................................................................................... 66

APPENDIX 1: DETAILED ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN FOR SPDC AGBADA NAG DOMESTIC GAS SUPPLY PROJECT DELIVERABLES ............................................................. 67 ATTACHEMENTS: CURRICULUM VITAE, COPIES OF DEGREES AND PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATES ............................................................................................................................ 68

ATTESTATION

I certify that the information as contained in this report is to the best of my knowledge, the true practical experience of Mr. Chuks Emu.

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INTRODUCTION

This report summarizes my professional experience gained from various projects I have worked on after my graduation in April 2004. The experience covers diverse areas of engineering as the engineering profession involves interactions between various engineering disciplines while working on projects. My experience comprises of work in a multi-discipline environment in oil & gas engineering projects. Specific works include the design of Topside Electrical Engineering and Subsea Control Systems for both downstream and upstream of the oil and gas industry. Also I have worked with equipment vendors/manufacturers, majorly in evaluating and reviewing the equipment specifications, quotes and other technical submissions in order to meet specific project needs as stated in the project design basis. Finally, I have also provided technical support to construction works on site for various projects.

SUMMARY OF EXPERIENCE Over eight (8) years working experience in both Downstream & Upstream sector of the Oil and Gas industry as an Electrical & Subsea Controls Systems design engineer. Familiar with all Subsea & Topside products design. Knowledgeable in NEC, IEEE, IEC, ISA, API and ISO Standards and Codes related to design and analysis of Topside Electrical and Subsea Controls systems

1.1 AC AG AGG ANSI API BOPP bwpp

Abbreviations and Definitions Alternating Current Associated Gas Associated Gas Gathering American National Standards Institute American Petroleum Institute Barrel of oil per day Barrel of water per day Capital Expenditure Cathodic Protection Central Processing Facility

CAPEX CP CPF

DCC DCV DED DEP DOMGAS DRB DSC EDG EDU EFAT EFL EJB EMC E&P EPCC EPCM EPU ESD ETU EVDT eWOCS FAT FEED FPF FDPSO FPSO FSF GA HDM HFL HMI

Document Control Centre Directional Control Valve Detailed Engineering Design Design Engineering Practice Domestic Gas Design Review Basis Delta Steel Company Eastern Domestic Gas Electrical Distribution Unit Extended Factory Acceptance Test Electrical Flying Lead Electrical Junction Box Electro-Magnetic Compatibility Exploration & Production Engineering. Procurement, Construction and Commissioning Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Project Management Electrical Power Unit also called SPCU) Emergency Shutdown Electronic Test unit Enhanced Vertical Deepwater Tree Electrical Work-over Control System Factory Acceptance Test Front End Engineering Design Field Production Facility Floating, Drilling, Production, Storage & Offloading Floating, Production, Storage & Offloading Field Surface Facility General Arrangement Hydraulic Distribution Module Hydraulic Flying Lead Human Machine Interface (also called Man-Machine-Interface MMI)

HP HPU HSE HVAC IEC IEEE IES IP IP ISO LAN LP MCC MCS MMscfd MPFM MQC MTO MUX NAG NEC NFA NFPA NLNG OGM OPEX PCC PCS PFD PHCN P&ID

High Pressure Hydraulic Power Unit Health, Safety & Environment Heating, Ventilation & Air Conditioning International Electro-technical Commission Institute of Electrical & Electronic Engineers Illuminating Engineering Society Institute of Petroleum Ingress Protection International Organization for Standardization Local Area Network Low Pressure Motor Control Centre Master Control System Million Standard Cubic feet per Day Muilti-Phase Flow Meter Multiple Quick Connect Material Take-off Multiplex Electro-Hydraulic (E/H) Control System Non-associated Gas National Electric Commission No Future or Further Action National Fire Protection Agency Nigeria Liquefied Natural Gas Oil Gathering Manifold Operating Expenditure Procurement, Construction & Commissioning Production Control System Process Flow Diagram Power Holding Company of Nigeria Piping and Instrumentation Diagram

PLC PO PSD PVC QA QC RMU ROW SAFOP Scfd SCM SCMMB SDS SPCU SPM STFL SUTA TLP TPU TSCP TUTA ULM UPS UTA UTH XLPE XT

Programmable Logic Controller Purchase Order Process Shutdown Polyvinyl chloride Quality Assurance Quality Control Ring Main Unit Right of Way Safety and Operability Study Standard Cubic feet per day Subsea Control Module Subsea Control Module Mounting Base Subsea Distribution System Subsea Power and Communication Unit (also EPU) Single Point Mooring Steel Tube Flying Lead Subsea Umbilical Termination Tension Leg Platform Topside Processing Unit Touch Screen Control Panel Topside Umbilical Termination Assembly Umbilical Line Module Uninterruptible Power Supply Umbilical Termination Assembly Umbilical Termination Head Cross Link Polyethylene Christmas Tree

CAREER OVERVIEW 1.2 Makon Engineering & Technical Services Limited, Lagos State

From September 2010 to date I have been working with Makon Engineering and Technical Services (METS) Limited as Senior Electrical and Lead Electrical Design Engineer. METS is an indigenous engineering design and construction company providing Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Project Management (EPCM) services to the Nigerian oil and gas Industry. Capabilities exist in the engineering group for Downstream (Petroleum Products Depot & Process Industry) and Upstream (Onshore and Offshore) in the following areas: Conceptual Engineering Design Front End Engineering Design (FEED) Detailed Engineering Design As Built Engineering Services Follow on Engineering Services Project Management Services Consultancy Services

Some Project Executed/Work Experience: Projects: Alakiri, Utorogu & Agbada NAG; Bonny, Adibawa and Egbema West AG Position: Senior and Lead Electrical Engineer Project Brief: AG Solutions: Flares review that was initiated in 2004, identified Twenty six (26) flowstations, which had no AG Solution plans in place, and were considered Stranded. A commercial ranking of the opportunities was carried out on the basis of 2008 NFA oil production protection and to secure the reserves, which favoured the idea to harness the AG from these facilities with a view to eliminate gas flaring. Of these twenty six (26) flowstations, six (6) were being matured in AG solution phase 1 which covered Otumara, Opuama and Saghara flowstations in the Western division and Umuechem, Ahia and Adibawa flowstations in the Eastern division. While the Phase II is considered for eleven flowstations, viz. Bonny, Egbema, Egbema West, Oguta, Diebu Creek, Nun River in the Eastern division and Greater Ughelli node (Ughelli East, Ughelli West, Ogini, Oroni and Evwreni flowstations) in the Western Division. However, the Greater

Ughelli node and Egbema flowstation were stalled due to budget constraints, concept change (DRB minutes of meeting of 27th September 2007) and need for further subsurface study. Subsequently, phase II was later divided into two tranches. Tranche 1 is to provide AG facility for Bonny and Egbema West flowstations while Tranche 2 is to provide AG facilities for Oguta, Diebu creek and Nun river flowstations NAG Solutions: In support of governments desire to increase supply of domestic gas (DOMGAS) to local industries and power plants, SPDC submitted a plan to government in October 2008 detailing out steps to increase its contribution to the DOMGAS market between 2008 and 2013; divided into short-term and medium-term supply targets. The short-term covers a period of 2008 2010 and includes refurbishment/expansion of existing plants and completion of on-going projects in selected locations (referred as gas hubs), and AGG nodes. This is aimed at increasing supply to circa 1.3bscfd supply target from the current 900MMscfd supply rate. The medium-term plan from 2011 2013 is aimed at further capacity expansion at the identified gas hubs with wellstream supply from immediate and remote fields to achieve a supply target of circa 2bscfd. As part of plans to achieve the short-term target for SPDC-East, the Agbada Non Associated Gas (NAG) field is being developed to enhance gas supply to the Eastern Domestic Gas (EDG) network. This will provide an additional 100 MMscf/d gas to the EDG Network. The capacity of the Utorogu gas hub will be increased from 360 MMscfd to circa 510MMscfd by end - 2010 to urgently address the supply shortfalls in the ELPS/WAGP captive market. Approval has been secured to relocate the 150MMscfd GHF earlier planned for Ughelli-East to Utorogu with the Ughelli-East NAG wells re-routed via a bulk line to Utorogu. A sales gas return line to supply the low-pressure customers in the Ughelli area (e.g. PHCN Delta I - IV, DSC, Beta Glass, etc) will also be constructed. The existing Ughelli-East NAG plant will be subsequently decommissioned The Aim of the Alakiri NAG refurbishment is to keep the plant running for another 20 years and secure the gas volume of 100MMscf/d 120MMscf/d to Eastern Domestic Gas Network and allow full swing to NLNG during NGC outage.

These Projects were executed by a multidisciplinary team of engineers which included Process, Piping, Civil, I&C and Electrical Engineers. The Electrical team had the responsibility of providing the following services: Power Generation and Distribution System Power and Lighting Systems Earthing System Lightning Protection System

Since these projects were both brown and green field project, data gathering was required before the actual project work execution. The approach was to make reference to previous designs and drawings as existing on site, site survey and interviews of relevant personnel on the sites were done to retrieve the needed input for the calculations and production of deliverables. All the relevant files were carefully studied and needed information stored for reference purposes during the actual design. Pictures of all relevant structures and facilities were taken. Measurements were also taken where applicable, existing equipment specifications were taken from the Nameplates. The actual project execution work was carried out based on clients specifications, Nigerian standards, international standards and company procedures. The following are the deliverables I produced on the projects: Power and Lighting Layouts/Details Cable Tray Layout/Details Cable Route Layout Switchroom General Arrangement Cable Sizing Power system studies Electrical Cable Schedule Earthing Layout Electrical Design Basis Equipment Data Sheets Single line Diagrams and loadlists Lightning Protection Layout

Specifications for Electrical equipment Detailed installation drawings SAFOP Reviews Hazardous Area Classification drawings Installation Manuals Construction supports As-built documentations

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China Petroleum Engineering & Construction Company, Khartoum, Sudan

I joined CPECC as a Senior Electrical Engineer between March - September 2010. CPECC is a Chinese engineering design and construction company providing Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Project Management (EPCM) services to the Sudanese oil and gas Industry. Capabilities exist in the engineering group for Onshore Petroleum Industry in the following areas: Front End Engineering Design (FEED) Detailed Engineering Design As Built Engineering Services Construction and Commissioning Services Consultancy Services

Summary of Some Project Executed/Work Experience: Projects:


1. Provision of PCC Services for FSF and Transit Lines for FNE and JAKE Phase III

Project for Petro-Energy 2. Upstream Facilities EPCC for Field Surface Facilities Petrodar Operating Company 3. Palouge Produced Water Reinjection Project - Petrodar Operating Company Position: Senior Electrical Engineer Project Brief: Petro-Energy PCC for FNE and Jake Facilities: Petro-Energy E&P Co., Ltd, hereinafter referred to as PE, is currently operating oil production facilities in the Fula and Moga Fields, in the Muglad Basin located in South West of Sudan (approximately 760 km from Khartoum at

MSL 550 m). During past four years, PE carried out Fula surface facilities Phase-I and Phase-II project to build Fula FSF, Moga FSF, Fula CPF, Moga FPF, Gas Fired Power Plant and pipeline from Baleela to Khartoum refinery. Now total production has reached 40,000 BOPD. A new project PHASE III UPSTREAM SURFACE FACILITIES PROJECT for Block 6 was initiated by Petro-Energy to develop three new oilfields, Keyi, Jake and FNE, and to identify the bottlenecks and carry out the modifications in Fula CPF. This will enable the CPF to process crude oil from the new identified wells in Fula, Moga, Keyi and Jake fields to achieve the production rate of 60,000 BOPD. As part of the FSF Phase III project, Service Order No. 1 contains the following scope of work: 18 light crude wells, 4 water injection wells and 4 gas injection wells at Jake field 15 heavy crude wells at FNE field Crude/Gas transit line from Jake FPF to Fula CPF Crude/Gas transit line from FNE FPF to Fula CPF

PDOC Palouge Water Re-injection Project: PDOC is currently carrying out exploration, development and production of oil in Block 3 & 7 of Melut Basin, south-west Sudan. The Palouge FPF is designed to perfume bulk removal of water to an acceptable maximum of 10% bulk water cut from the crude oil. The produced water from Palouge FPF is expected to reach 1,180,000bwpd by year 2018. With the expected increase in produced water, PDOC has commenced the upgrade of the produced water disposal system. Presently the bulk of the produced water is treated by existing skim tanks and sent a pilot scale water to injection plant. The aim of the project is to design and install a new water treatment and injection facilities at Palouge FPF in ordet to improve production recovery. The new plant capacity shall be designed to facilitate the treatment and injection of 300,000bwpd of produced water with discharge quality of 10ppm oil-in-water into the oil bearing reservoir. PDOC EPCC for Field Surface Facilities: Petrodar Operating Company Ltd. (PDOC) (hereinafter referred to as PDOC) holds the right for exploration and development of the contract areas Block 3 & 7 located in the Southeast of the Republic of the Sudan. PDOC is developing the oil reserves in Block 3 & 7 that hereinafter shall be referred to Gumry Field Surface Facility Project, consisting of the development of oil production from several existing identified fields. Teng and Mishmish are the new discovered oilfields. Teng & Mishmish oilfield is located 24 km

north-west of Gumry oil field. The crude oil produced from each production well will be collected to OGMs, and then go into the Gumry FPF.

The Project was executed by a multidisciplinary team of engineers which included Process, Piping, Civil, Mechanical, I&C and Electrical Engineers. The Electrical team had the responsibility of providing the following services: Power Distribution Facilities System Studies Lighting System Earthing System Cathodic Protection System for Pipelines

Since the project was a brown field project, data gathering was required before the actual project work execution. The approach was to make reference to previous designs and drawings as existing on site, site survey and interviews of relevant personnel on the sites were done to retrieve the needed input for the calculations and production of deliverables. All the relevant files were carefully studied and needed information stored for reference purposes during the actual design. Pictures of all relevant structures and facilities were taken. Measurements were also taken where applicable, existing equipment specifications were taken from the Nameplates. The actual project execution work was carried out based on clients specifications, Nigerian standards, international standards and company procedures. The following are the deliverables I produced on the project: Electrical Design Basis MCC Single Line Diagram MCC elevation drawing Cable Route Layout Cable Sizing and Voltage Drop Calculations Outdoor lighting Layout Lighting Distribution Board Schedule Lighting Calculation Earthing Layout

Hazardous Area Classification drawings CP layouts and details drawings Datasheets Transformers, MCC, Panel Board MTO, Technical Bid Evaluation and Material Requisition

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FMC Technologies Inc. Houston, Texas

For two years (2007 2008), I was seconded to FMC Technologies Inc, Houston as a Subsea Controls System Engineer. FMC Energy Production Systems and Energy Processing Systems businesses are global technology leaders providing solutions for customers engaged in petroleum exploration, production, measurement and transportation. Capabilities exist in the engineering group for Downstream and Upstream (Subsea Engineering) in the following areas: Conceptual Engineering Design Front End Engineering Design (FEED) Detailed Engineering Design Subsea Processing Light Well Intervention Deepwater Subsea Production Systems Flow measurement (metering) and assurance Floating System Fluid Controls After Market Services Project Management Services

Summary of Some Project Executed/Work Experience: Projects: Conceptual, FEED and Detailed Design for Agbami FPSO, Llog, Helix Noonan, Nexen, Murphy Azurite, Callon Entrada, Blind Faith, Cascade and Chinook and eWOCS for various Clients Chevron, Murphy West Africa, Helix, Callon Petroleum and Petrobras. Position: Subsea Controls Engineer

Project Brief: Agbami FPSO: The Agbami field will be developed by subsea completed production and injection wells connected to a Floating Production, Storage and Offloading (FPSO) Facility through a system of subsea manifolds, flowlines and risers. Treated and stabilized crude oil will be periodically offloaded from the FPSO through multiple, mid-water offloading lines connected from the stern of the FPSO to a Single Point Mooring (SPM) offloading buoy and multiple offloading hoses connected from the offloading buoy to a tanker moored to the buoy. Produced gas is re-injected into the reservoir. Murphy Azurite: Murphy West Africa, Ltd. is planning the development of its Azurite oil discovery offshore Republic of Congo. The Azurite oilfield is located in the Mer Profonde Sud block in approximately 1400 m water depth. The field development consists of a spread moored FDPSO tied to a subsea drill center. The subsea drill center utilizes a ten slot cluster manifold, six slots for production and four slots for water injection. The subsea manifold is tied to the FDPSO using three flexible risers, two for production and one for water injection. The trees are tied to the subsea manifold using flexible well jumpers. The Azurite Development will be drilled and produced from a centrally located drilling center. The produced oil will be offloaded to tankers of opportunity for transportation. The relatively small amount of gas that is produced will be flared. Callon Entrada: The Callon Entrada Field Development Project is a subsea tieback development that is located approximately 230 miles offshore in the Garden Banks (GB) area of the Gulf of Mexico. The Magnolia Tension Leg Platform (TLP) will be the host facility and is located in Garden Banks Block 783 at a water depth of 4675 feet. The subsea development area lies to the west of the Magnolia TLP in water depth variations ranging from 4481 feet to 4663 feet and approximately a 5.5 mile maximum offset from the TLP. The field development comprises two (2) production wells with the option to add two (2) production wells. The existing appraisal subsea wells (GB782 #4 in the Southeast area of Block GB782 and GB782 #3 in the Northwest area of Block GB782) will be evaluated and re-used. All wells are initially oil producing; with well GB782 #3 switching over to gas production after approximately two (2) years.

The subsea production wells will be controlled from the Magnolia TLP by means of electrohydraulic umbilicals. The main umbilical will be suspended from the TLP and will be connected to the subsea umbilical termination assembly (SUTA), located near the Entrada #4 well. A Steel Tube Flying Lead (STFL) with cobra-head connections and Electrical Flying Leads (EFL) will connect the SUTA to an Umbilical Termination Head (UTH), which is bolted to an in-field umbilical. A UTH at the far end of the in-field umbilical near Well #3 will be connected to the Well #3 tree via an STFL with cobra-head connections and EFLs. Two hydraulically actuated valves on each PLEM will be functioned via a thermoplastic HFL using head bracket connections to stab plates on the tree and manifold. The eWOCS: eWOCs development is to integrate several components and functions, normally done at the surface, onto the spanner joint. The components being moved are the HPU including reservoir, control valves and electronic controllers and batteries. This allows the typical thermoplastic multi-line electro-hydraulic umbilical to be replaced with a simple electrical cable to supply power and communications to the eWOCs unit. The components required in the topside MCS are the system controller, power supply and communication units. While the eWOCs system will be developed using several building block components, the system described in this document is to be developed for use with the EVDT slimbore completion system. The core building blocks shall maintain the ability to be used in other applications like external eWOCs for use in open water mode and other systems as needed for other system applications Blind Faith: The Blind Faith field of Chevron is located in the Mississippi Canyon Blocks 695 and 696. The field is situated 162 miles south of New Orleans in a water depth of approximately 7000 feet. The MCS will be designed for the initial 3 production trees and a possible 4th production tree, located on Drill Center #1, up to two future production trees located on Drill Center #2, and two Subsea Gas Distribution Manifold for both mudline and downhole gas lift. The 3 initial production trees located at drill center 1 will be connected to one 4 slot manifold. The future production trees located at drill center 2 will be connected to a future 2 slot manifold. All future facilities will be programmed in the MCS initially, but disabled until the future equipment is installed. Helix Noonan: Helix Energy Solutions wishes to provide subsea tie-back development for its additional wells (Danny and Noonan wells), some 450 miles in the Gulf of Mexico. The topside

scope will cover the provision of Topside Control systems MCS, SPCU, UPS and HPU; while the Subsea systems will cover provisions for umbilical systems, foundations structures, steel and electrical flying leads. Cascade and Chinook: The Petrobras America Inc. Cascade & Chinook drill centers are located in 8,100ft and 8,800ft water depth, respectively, in the Gulf of Mexico. The current development plan assumes a phased development incorporating an initial Phase I production for about one year, followed by Phase II production of an additional four years and then subsequent full field development. The full field development includes up to 24 production trees, 4 production manifolds and 2 subsea boosting pumps. In Phases I and II the wells will be tied back to a floating production, storage and offloading (FPSO) facility, for Phase III a production platform should replace the FPSO

. The Project was executed by a multidisciplinary team of engineers which included Process, Piping, Structures, Mechanical and Control (E&I) System Engineers. The Subsea Engineering team had the responsibility of providing the following services: Subsea Structures Signal, Power and Hydraulic Analysis Umbilical System Christmas Trees and Manifold & tie-in Systems Subsea Electrical Distribution and Subsea Control Systems Topside Equipment - Hydraulic Power Unit, UPS, Electrical Power Unit and Master Control Station Cathodic Protection System

Since these projects were green field projects, data required was basically the environmental conditions and the site survey plan of the proposed facility. The actual project execution work was carried out based on clients specifications, international standards and company procedures. The following are some of the deliverables produced by Subsea Control team on the project: Functional Design Basis Functional Specifications for MCS, SPCU, ULM, UPS and SCM Single Line Diagram

Schematic diagrams, GA and assembly drawings for Subsea Products Electrical block diagrams and schematics Subsea Distribution schematics FAT, EFAT, Operation & Maintenance Manuals Cable Sizing and Voltage Drop Calculations

1.5

Deltaafrik Engineering Limited, Victoria Island, Lagos

I joined Deltaafrik Engineering Limited as an Electrical Design Engineer in September 2006. Deltaafrik Engineering Limited is an indigenous engineering design company incorporated in 2002 to provide Engineering, Procurement and Project Management services to the Nigerian oil and gas Industry. Following the alliance with Worley Parsons, US the Deltaafrik/Worley Parsons alliance is a strategic relationship between two firms specializing in the rendering of engineering services to the oil and gas industry. Capabilities exist in the engineering for Downstream (Petroleum Products Depot & Process Industry) and Upstream (Onshore and Offshore) in the following areas: Conceptual Engineering Design Front End Engineering Design (FEED) Detailed Engineering Design As Built Engineering Services Follow on Engineering Services Project Management Services Consultancy Services

Summary of Some Project Executed/Work Experience: Project: Amenam Kpono Oily Water Treatement Upgrade Project for Total ELF Nigeria Limited Position: Senior Electrical Engineer Project Brief: FSO UNITY receives crude oil and its associated water from OML 99, 100 & 102. Presently, the FSO treats 45,000 bwpd compared to the design capacity of 36,000 bwpd. In the future with the arrival of Nkarika, Ofon Phase II production and the aging of the present

OML 100 & 102 fields, the amount of produced water that would be treated at the FSO is expected to increase significantly with a peak of 60,000 bwpd in 2014. In addition to the large amount of produced water required to be treated, the diverse nature of the different crudes also presents a challenge to meet the DPR limit of 40 ppm (TOG) of discharge water quality.

As a result of the above situation, the FSO Unity Oily Water Treatment (FSO-OWT) Upgrade Project was conceived to upgrade the present water treatment process. The ultimate objective is to provide water treatment capacity of 75000bwpd and achieve water quality of better than 40ppm TOG. This will be achieved by the installation of a new OWT module (module 14) comprising principally a Coalescer, a Flotation unit and a Polishing unit

The Project was executed by a multidisciplinary team of engineers which included Process, Piping, Civil, Mechanical, I&C and Electrical Engineers. The Electrical team had the responsibility of providing the following services: Power Distribution System to OWT Facilities Lighting System Earthing System Cabling system

Since the project was a brown field project, data gathering was required before the actual project work execution. The approach was to make reference to previous designs and drawings as existing on site, site survey and interviews of relevant personnel on the sites were done to retrieve the needed input for the calculations and production of deliverables. All the relevant files were carefully studied and needed information stored for reference purposes during the actual design. Pictures of all relevant structures and facilities were taken. Measurements were also taken where applicable, existing equipment specifications were taken from the Nameplates. The actual project execution work was carried out based on clients specifications, Nigerian standards, international standards and company procedures. The following are the deliverables I produced on the project: Electrical Design Basis MCC Single Line Diagram and Loadlist

As-built drawings Cable Tray and Routing Layout Cable Sizing and Voltage Drop Calculations OWT module lighting Layout Lighting Distribution Board Schedule Lighting Calculation Power and Earthing Layouts Hazardous Area Classification drawings Cable schedule Datasheet for motors

Project: New 16 Abiteye - Escravos Pipeline Project for Chevron Nigeria Limited (CNL) Position: Senior Electrical Engineer Project Brief: Chevron Nigeria Limited wishes to carry out a Detailed Engineering Design (DED) for the Abiteye Escravos Pipeline Project. This is to support its plan to construct a new 16 Abiteye Escravos Pipeline and provide a new 12 Oil Pig Launcher at Abiteye and Cathodic protection for its Abiteye Escravos 12, 26 and 18 Pipelines along its ROW. The Project was executed by a multidisciplinary team of engineers which included Process, Piping, Civil, Mechanical, I&C and Electrical Engineers. The Electrical team had the responsibility of providing the following services: Power Distribution System to Pigging Facilities System Studies Lighting System Earthing System Cathodic Protection System for 12, 16 and 26 Pipelines

Since the project was a brown field project, data gathering was required before the actual project work execution. The approach was to make reference to previous designs and drawings as existing on site, site survey and interviews of relevant personnel on the sites were done to retrieve the needed input for the calculations and production of deliverables. All the relevant files were carefully studied and needed information stored for reference purposes during the actual

design. Pictures of all relevant structures and facilities were taken. Measurements were also taken where applicable, existing equipment specifications were taken from the Nameplates. The actual project execution work was carried out based on clients specifications, Nigerian standards, international standards and company procedures. The following are the deliverables I produced on the project: Electrical Design Basis MCC Single Line Diagram and Loadlist MCC elevation drawing Cable Route Layout Cable Sizing and Voltage Drop Calculations Outdoor lighting Layout Lighting Distribution Board Schedule Lighting Calculation Earthing Layout Hzardous Area Classification drawings CP layouts and details drawings Datasheets Transformers, Panel Board MTO

Project: Escravos Terminal Diesel Storage Project for Chevron Nigeria Limited (CNL) Position: Senior Electrical Engineer Project Brief: Chevron Nigeria Limited wishes to carry out a Detailed Engineering Design (DED) for the Escravos Terminal Diesel Storage Project. This is to support its plan to construct a new diesel storage facility, a new filling station and to demolish the existing diesel storage facility including the existing filling station at the Escravos Terminal. A Front End Engineering Design (FEED) was carried out to define the project. The new diesel storage facility shall have three tanks with a total storage capacity of 5 million litres and shall be located beside the drum road. The Project was executed by a multidisciplinary team of engineers which included Process, Piping, Civil, Mechanical and Electrical Engineers. The Electrical team had the responsibility of providing the following services: Power Distribution System

System Studies Lighting System Earthing System Lightning Protection System Diesel Pumping System

Since the project was a brown field project, data gathering was required before the actual project work execution. The approach was to make reference to previous designs and drawings as existing on site, site survey and interviews of relevant personnel on the sites were done to retrieve the needed input for the calculations and production of deliverables. All the relevant files were carefully studied and needed information stored for reference purposes during the actual design. Pictures of all relevant structures and facilities were taken. Measurements were also taken where applicable, existing equipment specifications were taken from the Nameplates. The actual project execution work was carried out based on clients specifications, Nigerian standards, international standards and company procedures. The following are the deliverables I produced on the project: Electrical Design Basis Single Line Diagram Switchroom General Arrangement Cable Route Layout Cable Sizing and Voltage Drop Calculations Indoor and outdoor lighting Layout Lighting Distribution Board Schedule Lighting Calculation Earthing Layout Hazardous Area Classification drawings Datasheets RMU, Transformers, MCC and Motors MTO

Project: Post IFC Verification of Asasa Uplift Pipelines and Etim Asasa Uplift Development Projects for Mobil Producing Nigeria Unlimited (MPN) Position: Electrical Engineer Project Brief: Rapidly declining pressure in the Etim and Asasa fields from the original discovery pressures of about 2500-2900 psi to the current pressure in the range of 1500 - 2000 psi has resulted in a production decline from the former level of 120 KBD to current 72KBD. Pressure maintenance via gas injection has been identified to mitigate this 15% - 24% per annum production decline. The EAPM project is designed to transport compressed associated gas via a new pipeline network from the Edop gas compression platform for injection into the Etim and Asasa B reservoirs. High-pressure gas shall be routed via a common manifold on Etim PP to wellhead platforms in Etim and Asasa fields. The gas shall be dehydrated by the existing Edop Dehydration Unit, which is to be restored to operation by another project. In the future, there will be provisions to divert the gas off the Edop compression platform to the planned EAP NGL plant around Ubit area, to return lean, dry gas for injection via the same network. Consequently, the Edop gas compressors shall supply 175 Mscfd of gas at 2100 psi, while in the future EAP is expected to deliver 241 Mscfd of gas at 2800psi for pressure maintenance of targeted Etim and Asasa B reservoirs. Platform modifications on EADP are required for Etim LA, LB, LC, LD and LP Platforms and on AUP, modifications are required for Asasa VB and EDOP QI Platforms. The Project was executed by a multidisciplinary team of engineers which included Process, Piping, Civil, Mechanical and Electrical Engineers. The Electrical team had the responsibility of providing the following services: Verification of IFC packages to applicable codes, standards and specifications Confirm accuracy and completeness of MTO Compare MTO with issued PO and material receiving and inspection reports Prepare TSD for the procurement of identified shortfalls Revise any document deviations from specifications and standards

Since the project was a brown field project, data gathering was required before the actual project work execution. The approach was to make reference to previous designs and drawings as

existing on site, site survey and interviews of relevant personnel on the sites were done to retrieve the needed input for the calculations and production of deliverables. All the relevant files were carefully studied and needed information stored for reference purposes during the actual design. Pictures of all relevant structures and facilities were taken. Measurements were also taken where applicable, existing equipment specifications were taken from the Nameplates. The actual project execution work was carried out based on clients specifications, Nigerian standards, international standards and company procedures The Electrical team had the responsibility of reviewing the deliverables produced by the subcontractor. The following are the activities I carried out on the project: QA/QC reviews and checks on Hazardous Area Classification QA/QC reviews and checks on Electrical Lighting Layout QA/QC reviews and checks on Earthing System Layout QA/QC reviews and checks on Single Line Diagram QA/QC reviews and checks on Cable Tray Layout QA/QC reviews and checks on Power & Control Schematics Revised Single Line Diagrams, Lighting Panel schedule, Hazardous Area Classification Drawings, lighting layouts and installation details Prepared MTO and TSD for identified shortfall

Project: Conceptual and FEED of Eastern Area Gas Utilization and Produced Water Disposal Project for Chevron Nigeria Limited (CNL) Position: Intermediate Electrical Engineer Project Brief: Chevron Nigeria Limited (CNL) intends to have a Conceptual Engineering Design (CED) and a Front End Engineering Design (FEED) performed in support of its plan to execute the Gas Utilization and Produced Water Disposal (EAGU) Projects in its Eastern Area of operations. The project objectives are the elimination of routine gas flaring and the compliance with legislations related with produced water disposal. The locations to be covered in the Conceptual Engineering Design and FEED include Idama, Inda and Robertkiri producing fields. The production from Idama (and thereby from Jokka) is to be routed as a multiphase flow to SPDC owned Ekulama flow station, for processing at Ekulama, The HP gas collection at Robertkiri is to be gathered, and sent to Santa Barbara gas facility operated by SPDC

. The Project was executed by a multidisciplinary team of engineers which included Process, Piping, Civil, Mechanical, I&C and Electrical Engineers. The Electrical team had the responsibility of providing the following services: Power Generation and Distribution System System Studies Lighting System Earthing System Lightning Protection System Produced Water Disposal System

Since the project was a green field project, data required was basically the environmental conditions and the site survey plan of the proposed facility. The actual project execution work was carried out based on clients specifications, Nigerian standards, international standards and company procedures. The following are the deliverables produced on the project: Electrical Design Basis Single Line Diagram Cable Route Layout Cable Sizing and Voltage Drop Calculations Perimeter lighting Layout Lighting Distribution Board Schedule Lighting Calculation Earthing Layout Datasheets MCC, Motors, Generators

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Cakasa Nigeria Company Limited, Ikoyi, Lagos

Immediately after the NYSC, I joined Cakasa Nigeria Company Limited as an Electrical Design Engineer in November 2005. Cakasa Nigeria Company Limited is an indigenous engineering design company incorporated in 1974 to provide Engineering, Procurement, Construction and Project Management (EPCM) services to the Nigerian oil and gas Industry. The engineering arm of Cakasa was set up in Lagos in 2002 following an alliance with Fluor Incorporated, US. Cakasa/Fluor alliance is a strategic relationship between two firms specializing in the

engineering, construction operations and maintenance of oil and gas services. Capabilities exist in the engineering group for Downstream (Petroleum Products Depot & Process Industry) and Upstream (Onshore and Offshore) in the following areas: Conceptual Engineering Design Front End Engineering Design (FEED) Detailed Engineering Design As Built Engineering Services Follow on Engineering Services Project Management Services Consultancy Services

Summary of Some Project Executed/Work Experience: Project: Detailed Engineering: Sahara Energy Petroleum Product Storage Depot Position: Junior Electrical Engineer Project Brief: Sahara Energy intends to build a new facility for the storage of Petroleum Products. The main objective of the project is to transfer Petroleum Products from storage vessels on a ship into the storage tanks on the facility and unload from the storage tanks into tankers via a loading gantry which are installed on the facility. The Project was executed by a multidisciplinary team of engineers which included Process, Piping, Civil, Mechanical and Electrical Engineers. The Electrical team had the responsibility of providing the following services: Power Generation and Distribution System Lighting System Earthing System Lightning Protection System Product Loading and Offloading System Fire Fighting and Protection System

Since the project was a green field project, data required was basically the environmental conditions and the site survey plan of the proposed facility. The actual project execution work was carried out based on clients specifications, Nigerian standards, international standards and company procedures. The following are the deliverables produced on the project:

Design of Lightning Protection System Perimeter Lighting Layout Cable route Layout Equipment Sizing e.g. generator, switchboard, cables Earthing Layout and detail drawings Datasheets for UPS, MCC, Motors and Generators Cable Schedules Bulk MTO Hazardous Area Classification

Project: Sigmund Petroleum Products Depot Position: Junior Electrical Engineer Project Brief: Sigmund Petroleum intends to build a new facility for the storage of Petroleum Products. The main objective of the project is to transfer Petroleum Products from storage vessels on a ship into the storage tanks on the facility and unload from the storage tanks into tankers via a loading gantry which are installed on the facility. The Project was executed by a multidisciplinary team of engineers which included Process, Piping, Civil, Mechanical and Electrical Engineers. The Electrical team had the responsibility of providing the following services: Power Generation and Distribution System Lighting System Earthing System Lightning Protection System Product Loading and Offloading System Fire Fighting and Protection System

Since the project was a green field project, data required was basically the environmental conditions and the site survey plan of the proposed facility. The actual project execution work was carried out based on clients specifications, Nigerian standards, international standards and company procedures. The following are some of the deliverables I produced on the project:

Lighting Layouts Power Layouts Earthing Layouts Electrical load list Cable Schedules Bulk MTO Hazardous Area Classification

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Software Proficiency AutoCAD SKM Power Tool for Windows Chalmlite Micro-station ORCAD Capture PSPICE Electronic Test Unit (ETU) Team Centre Engineering (iMAN), CITADON and EDMS (Laserfische) Microsoft Office Suite Trainings SKM Power Tools for Windows, Lagos (2011) Helicopter Underwater Escape and Offshore Survival (HUET), Port Harcourt (2011) Electrical Control and Programmable Logic Control, Houston (2008) Ethernet and IP Technology, Houston (2008) ETU Topside Communication and SCM Data Allocation, Houston (2007) FMC Engineering Boot Camp Subsea Engineering, Houston (2007) Total Quality Management - Trithel International Consulting, Lagos (2006) Project Management, QA/QC, DCC, HSE - Design Team Limited, Lagos (2005) Basic Engineering Design - Design Team Limited, Lagos (2005)

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ELECTRICAL AND SUBSEA ENGINEERING DESIGN IN OIL AND GAS INDUSTRY

Before a project kicks off, an agreement has to be signed by both the client and the contractor. Usually the client will make available the Invitation To Bid (ITB) document to the prospective contractors to study. The ITB document clearly defines the scope of work, proposed duration and methodology for the execution of the project among other things. The contractor then responds by putting together their own submission which will indicate to the client how the contract will be executed, the strategies, man-hours, manning, schedule for the project, project organogram, execution plan, hourly rate of personnel, list of projects executed in the past. Most of this information is made available from disciplines to the nominated Proposal Manager who coordinates, compiles and forwards to the proposed client in conjunction with the Business Development Manager of the company (Contractor). Upon award of the contract, after all formalities between the two parties, the company can then mobilize their personnel for the commencement of the project. Brown Field Project: This is a type of project that deal with an existing facilities, which are to be upgraded to meet legislation, or life span of the facilities has been reached, and needed to be upgraded. Green Field Project: This is a new project that is being design from scratch, it does not have existing facilities and go-by. 2.1 Project Design Phases

The overall system design is divided into two stages: conceptual design and detailed design.

Conceptual design begins at the inception of a project and includes: Gathering process and load data. Choosing the most suitable system configuration and bus arrangements for the particular application. Selecting a power source. Determining system voltages.

Detailed design comes after the conceptual design and involves: Developing the one-line diagram. Performing system studies. Sizing equipment and feeder systems. Designing grounding and lighting systems. Designing system protection

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Basic Design Consideration

The following basic design considerations must be included in the design of all electrical systems. Safety: Safety of life and preservation of property are the most critical factors that must be considered when designing an electrical system. Established codes and standards must be followed in the selection of material and equipment to ensure a safe system design. Petroleum production and processing involve flammable liquids and gasses, often at elevated temperatures and pressures. Electrical systems must be designed to prevent accidental ignition of these flammable liquids and gases. Reliability: The degree of continuity of service required is dependent on the type of process or operation of the facility. Some facilities can tolerate interruptions, while others cannot. The power source, the electrical equipment, and the protection system should provide the maximum dependability consistent with the facility requirements and justifiable costs. Maintenance: Maintenance requirements should be considered when designing electrical

systems. A well-maintained system is safer and more reliable. Systems general One-Line Diagram for Electrical Distribution System should be designed to allow maintenance without major interruptions to the process. It is important to consider accessibility and availability (for inspection and repair) when selecting and locating equipment. Flexibility: Flexibility of the electrical system determines the adaptability to meet varied

requirements during the life of the facility. Voltage levels, equipment ratings, space for additional equipment, and capacity for increased load should be considered. Simplicity of Operation: Operation should be as simple as possible to meet system

requirements. Simplicity of operation is a necessary factor in achieving safe and reliable systems.

Voltage Regulation: Utilization voltage must be maintained within equipment tolerance limits under all load conditions. Poor voltage regulation is detrimental to the life and operation of electric equipment. Cost: While initial costs (CAPEX) are important, the lifetime cost (OPEX) also should be considered. Thus the design of the electrical system is executed in line with the scope of work and the design criteria are governed by the following principles: Persons and plant safety Environmental conditions of the site Reliability of supply depending on the importance of service and on the unmanned operations Reduction of spaces, weights and cost Ease of management and maintenance Possibility of future extensions Standardization and availability of components

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Typical Electrical Deliverables

Typical deliverable prepared for electrical project depending on the scope of work (Conceptual, Basic or FEED and Detail Engineering) are as follows: Electrical Design Basis Hazardous Area Classification Interconnection Diagrams Schematic/ Wiring Diagrams Electrical Load List / Load Balance Electrical Equipment List Lighting/Power/ Earthing Philosophy and Layout Diagram AC and DC UPS Specification/Sizing/Datasheet Single Line Diagrams / Protection & Metering SLD Electrical Equipment Room Layout Cable Specification/ Schedule/Drum Schedule.

Cable/Cable Tray Routing Layout Lighting/Power/ Earthing Installation Details Equipment Data Sheets Equipment Specifications Control System Block Diagram Electrical System Block Diagram Earthing/ Grounding System/Layout Package Unit Electrical Specification Electrical Installation Specification Cathodic Protection System Lightning Protection System Construction Details Material Take-Off.

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Typical Subsea Controls Engineering Deliverables

Typical deliverables prepared for Subsea Controls project depending on the scope of work (Conceptual, FEED and Detail Engineering) are as follows: Subsea Controls Facilities Design Basis Topside Controls Design Basis Functional Specifications for Subsea Control Products MCS, SPCU/EPU, ULM, SCM, HPU, UPS, Umbilical etc HPU Reservoir and accumulator Sizing Calculation Subsea Umbilical System Arrangement Subsea and Topside Control System Interface diagram and details Hydraulic and Electrical schematic subsea control General Arrangement MCS, HPU, TUTA, SCM, EPU SCM and SCMMB General arrangement SCM Sensor schematics Electrical single line diagram and schematic wiring diagrams MCS, EPU, ULM, HPU Subsea Electrical Distribution schematics

Umbilical cross section drawing FAT and EFAT Procedure; Operational Manuals Hazardous Area Classification among others

Deliverables are generated in accordance with international codes and standards such as IEE, IEEE, IEC, IES, API, NFPA/ANSI (NEC), ISO etc. and Companies design standards such as SHELL DEP, ELF, Mobil, Agip, Chevron specifications etc. depending on the client and project specification. Considering a project with Detailed Engineering Design as the scope of work, the initial phase of the project will be the review of the Electrical Basic Engineering/FEED documents, in particular the electrical design philosophy and the configuration of the electrical power generation and distribution system. The evaluation shall be based on both the economic considerations and potential saving, using the confirmed loads and power system contingencies. Also the skill of operating and maintenance, personnel operational flexibility, unmanned operations, extension possibility and noise limitations are taken into consideration in arriving at a suitable design. Electrical deliverables are generated by using the following software: 2.5 Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Power Point) AutoCAD SKM Power Tools for Windows, EDSA or ETAP Software Micro-Station PDMS/PDS Chalmlite PSPICE Luxicon Interactions Between Disciplines During Project Execution

In view of the peculiar nature of engineering design firms in the oil and gas sector, a similar organization structure is always set up for any project being handled or executed by the company. The Project Team is usually constituted immediately after a project has been awarded to the company and a Project Manager, who in turn reports to the companys Manager, leads each project. The Project Team usually comprises all of the engineering discipline groups. Each

group produces working documents called deliverables. These deliverables are a product of each groups specialty; the disciplines that constitute a design team are as follows: The Process Group would run simulations to obtain working material if the client brought new data. Their results come out in form of deliverables like Line Designation Table (LDT), Process Flow Diagrams (PFD), Piping and Instrument Diagrams, etc. They also size pipes, valves and vessels and determine optimal operating conditions. All information generated is passed on to downstream disciplines. The process group has to liaise with all other groups, who consult it from time-to-time throughout the project. In effect, the process group stays with the project from inception to completion. The Pipeline group generates alignment sheets, which show how the terrain would affect the pipelines. They settle right-of-way (ROW) matters, conduct test on the soil e.g. soil resistivity tests, acidity tests, and tests to determine the depth of the water table. They also determine when and where supports are necessary along the whole length of the pipelines. The Piping group receives skeletal piping and instrumentation diagrams and line designation tables from the process group. It uses these to produce more detailed piping diagrams like the plot plan. They write pipe specifications i.e. size of pipes. The Civil/Structural Group determines whether loads need support, to balance them in order to avoid collapse, dampen vibrations, or ensure proper drainage by utilizing the effects of gravity. It also defines the foundation requirements for every structural member. The Electrical Group sets up the lighting systems, specifies power ratings for motor driven pumps, determines the capacities of generators, etc. The results come out in form of single line diagrams and cable layout diagrams. The Control Systems group produces the logic diagrams, which provide a readily understood representation of the operation is an extension of the P&ID and will provide added insight and will help define the requirements for safe operation and start-up/shutdown sequencing. Logic diagrams are only produced for complex systems. Cause and effect diagrams and safety charts are all valid alternative formats. Mechanical Group sizes the vessels and determines the best kinds of material to be used for the vessel and pipes. They also have specialties on pump sizing. Project Controls Department monitors the progress of the project. They determine the sequence in which activities should be performed in order to identify the critical paths and know which

area to focus greater attention on. They also ensure, to the best of their ability that these time schedules are kept because there could be a slippage and the project would not be finished in the planned time and the risk of being termed inefficient arises. Therefore, a lot of importance is placed on each group finishing their task within the allotted time as this has a lot to do with company reputation. 2.6 Some Typical Electrical Deliverables

Hazardous Area Classification Drawing Hazardous locations are those locations where fire or explosion hazards may exist due to the presence of flammable gases or vapors, flammable liquids, combustible dust, or ignitible fibers or flyings. Locations within a facility are classified according to the presence of flammable gases or vapors, combustible dusts, or easily ignitable fibers or fittings. Hazardous locations must be identified in order to select proper electrical equipment for these areas. The Procedures are: Designate the type (Class) of hazard which may be present i.e. gas, dust or fiber. Class I: If the hazardous material is flammable gas or vapor is present. Class II: If the hazardous material is combustible dust. Class III: If easily ignitable fibers of flying are present. Designate the specific Group of the hazardous substance. To do this, references should be made to either National Electrical Code (NEC) or National Fire Protection Association. (NFPA) Group A- Acetylene Group B- Hydrogen Group C- Ethylene Group D- Methane Group E- Metal dust Group F- Coal dust Group G- Grain dust No sub-groups Fibers Class III All in Class II All in Class I

To permit the proper selection of electrical apparatus for areas where flammable gas or vapour risks may arise, area classification drawing(s) are prepared by safety department based on the API RP 500, Classification of locations for electrical installations at Petroleum Facilities, IEC 60079-10 and/or IP Part 15. For the installation of electrical equipment in hazardous areas, IEC

60079-14 is complied with. The process group providing hazardous area data sheets will initiate area classification review activities. Safety and Electrical Group will take ownership of these documents and based on the plot plans and elevations provided by Piping Group, develop the hazardous area layouts and elevation drawings. Electrical equipments are, as far as is reasonably practicable located in the least hazardous area. Control rooms and switch houses are situated in non-hazardous areas. Where electrical equipment has to be installed in hazardous areas, equipment with a type of protection suitable for the relevant zones are selected and specified in accordance with IEC 60079-14. Certification of equipment and materials for duty, rating, hazardous area use, etc. are obtained from recognized National or International testing authorities. Evidence of the appropriate certifications is obtained prior to commitment to purchase.

In Europe, the zone system is used and the classification is in accordance with IEC 60079-10 and IP Part 15. A comparison between the zone and Class systems is depicted below.

FREQUENCY OF OCCURRENCE Continuous DIVISION Class I, Div. 1 ZONE SYSTEM Zone 0

Intermittent Periodically Abnormal Conditions

Class I, Div. 1 Class I, Div. 2

Zone 1 Zone 2

Electrical Cable Schedule Cable schedule is a spread sheet showing the tag number, number of core, material code, description, length of run and sequential link between one cable to the other etc. Electrical Load List/ Summary A load summary is a detailed listing of all loads to be served by the electrical distribution system. It is used to determine the power requirements of a systemin order to properly size power sources, distribution equipment, and feeder systems. The load summary also aids in determining system. Generally, industrial facility loads are a function of the process equipment. A list of loads must be obtained from the process and Mechanical/equipment Engineers and designers

The Electrical Load List is developed based on Electrical Load for Motors and details of other electrical loads, i.e. non-rotating process loads; electrical heaters, instrument, lighting / small power etc. are included on the load list. The Electrical Load List is prepared to determine the total load on each switchboard and is used to determine the rating of generators, transformers, bus-bars, circuit breakers, and other elements of the electrical distribution system. As design evolves Electrical Load List should be updated constantly. It is important to coordinate with other design disciplines to ensure that up-to- date data are used. Single line Diagram The Single Line Diagram is produced, from information contained on the P&ID, Plot Plan and Load list, to show overall electrical schematic and configuration of the electrical distribution network. It is used during commissioning and plant operation to show switching and isolation position on the network. The drawing shall include the following information: All bus bars with details of the continuous current rating, voltage, frequency, number of phases, switchgear tag number and description All main switching devices connected to the bus bar with details of their continuous current rating, showing inter trips, interlocks and changeover system as relevant. A list, by tag number, of all users of electrical power connected to each bus bar, identifying the individual load and circuit type Representation of each circuit type showing the particular control facilities Distribution transformer with details of their power and voltage ratings All main supply cables All emergency supply facilities All generation facilities with details of their power and voltage ratings

Power Layouts Power layouts are produced to show the location of all electrically powered process equipment items, associated auxiliaries and the main cable routing. The drawings uses the plot plan as a background if this is suitable, modified to suit the power layout by removing unnecessary detail. The preferred scale shall be adopted as appropriate but will be subject to the scale of the plot plans and the detail of the work to be carried out. The drawings include the following as a minimum:

A symbol/legend sheet Location of all electrically driven process equipment items, which will be identified by their Tag numbers Location of all field mounted electrical power equipment e.g. pushbutton stations, control panels, distribution boards etc. Provision of cable routes, including main tray and rack runs Identification of the standard drawing and installation details to be used Cross reference list to other relevant documents

Lighting Layouts Lighting Layouts are produced to show the preliminary and indicative location of the luminaries. Lighting study/design is performed using software such as Chalmlite or manual calculation to determine the number of luminaries required to meet the illumination requirement. The drawings shall use the plot plan as backgrounds where possible and if not suitable Electrical Department will develop their own. The drawings include the following as a minimum: A symbol/legend sheet Location of all luminaries together with tag numbers and circuit references. Location of main junction boxes, distribution boards, and specific items of equipment to be illuminated Identification of the standard drawings and installation details to be used

Earthing Layouts The term Earth is defined as the conductive mass of the earth whose potential at any point is conventionally taken as zero. Earthing is essential for personnel safety, prolong insulation, life and for selective isolation of earth faults. The Earthing layout shows the connection of specific equipments and structures to the earth. Material Take Off (MTO) Material Take Off can be best defined as the list of materials by quantity and based on a particular design. Taking into consideration the lighting requirement of an area, different types of lighting fittings can be used for illuminating such area. Such fitting may include flood lights fluorescent fittings and decorative fittings. During MTO preparation for such layout are listed to enable purchase of adequate number of fittings for such design.

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Main Topside Electrical Equipment

MCC: A low voltage Motor Control Center (MCC) is a group of motor starters and thermal magnetic circuit breakers rated up to 600 volts. Typically, 460 volt motors rated 200 hp or less are fed from MCCs and started with combination motor starters. Larger 460 volt motors commonly are started with circuit breakers if they draw too much current for combination motor starters. A combination motor starter consists of a circuit breaker, a contactor, and an overload relay. Other loads (e.g., lighting and heating) are served by thermal magnetic circuit breakers in the motor control centre. A medium voltage Motor Control Center (MCC) is a lineup of motor starters rated up to 7200 volts. Starters typically employ a current limiting fuse, a draw-out air or vacuum contactor, and ambient compensated overload relays

Fig 9: Typical MCC

Power Sources: Many economic factors must be considered when deciding whether to produce power or to buy it from a local utility. When considering a utility as the source of power, it is important to investigate the outage history and the quality of the power from the utility. By assigning a dollar value to lost process time due to power interruptions, the degree of reliability required can be determined. If a facility elects to generate power, the quality and reliability of the generated power must be considered, as well as economics.

Fig 10: Typical Gas Generator

An auxiliary power system is designed to supply and distribute power to equipment when the normal electrical supply is interrupted. Two types of auxiliary power system are Emergency and Standby and are available from Engine driven generator sets, UPS and Storage Batteries.

Transformer: Transformers are primarily used to reduce (or increase) voltage to a level where it can be used to power equipment. Transformers are also used to isolate loads from power sources and to accomplish a variety of special functions. These functions include phase shifting, regulating, and networking.

Fig 11: Typical Power Transformer

Motors: Electric Motors are either induction or synchronous motors used as electric drives for mechanical equipment like pumps, belts, conveyors etc.

Fig 12: Typical Electric Motors driven pumps

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Subsea Control System Equipment

The subsea control system is part of the subsea production system.

Fig 1: Overall Subsea Production System

The subsea control system can be divided into three sections: Topside Equipment: provides Human Machine Interface and supplies hydraulic/chemical and electrical services to the subsea production system.

Subsea Distribution System (SDS): provides a link of communication and supplies between topsides and the subsea production system. Subsea Controls Equipment: provides controls and monitoring of the X-mas Tree, Manifolds, Etc.

Fig 2: Subsea Control System Building Blocks

The control system provides operation and monitoring of valves and chokes on subsea completions, templates, manifolds and pipelines.

The control of various production functions, executed at the seabed, is originated from the host facility. Satisfactory response time for a control system is an important factor that may have a dramatic effect on reliability and safety of environmentally critical operations. As communication distance between topside production facilities and subsea installations increases, due both to multiple well developments and water depth, early methods of well control using direct hydraulic control of subsea valves have become less feasible due to operational limitations of such controls and due to both the size and cost of the multi-core umbilicals required to provide hydraulic power transmission. This has led to the development of more advanced and complex control methods TOPSIDE CONTROL EQUIPMENT The host facility controls the various production functions being executed on the seabed. The standard MUX topside control system equipment is comprised of a Master Control Station (MCS) with a Human Machine Interface Computer (HMI), an Electronic Power Unit (EPU), Hydraulic Power Unit (HPU), and a Topside Umbilical Termination Assembly (TUTA)

MCS: The Master Control Station (MCS) provides control and monitoring of the subsea production system, including necessary surface equipment and the entire subsea installed equipment. The redundant MCS consists of two complete and independent MCS channel networks incorporating high reliability ControlLogix or Programmable Logic Controller (PLC) hardware architectures that simultaneously monitor data functions to and from each other, surface, and subsea. In the event of a primary channel network problem or failure, the secondary channel continues to seamlessly operate the external control system interfaces. This dual redundant physical channel architecture eliminates possible single mode failure points. The Human Machine Interface (HMI) is a Workstation Computer for local control and monitoring of the MCS. The HMI basically is a computer terminal used by the operator to perform all actions necessary to maintain safe operation of the system.

Fig 3: Typical MCS Cabinet

EPU/SPCU: The Electrical Power Unit (EPU) also called Subsea Power and Communication Unit (SPCU) provides conditioned electrical power to the subsea production controls system equipment. The EPU provides a stable, high-grade power supply to the SCM. The EPU supplies power for the subsea system through the electro-hydraulic umbilical. The communication signals from the MCS to the SCMs are superimposed on the power lines in the EPU.

Fig 4: Typical SPCU Cabinet

HPU: The Hydraulic Power Unit (HPU) supplies filtered and pressure regulated hydraulic fluid to the subsea system. The HPU includes provisions for obtaining and maintaining the specified cleanliness requirements. The HPU provides redundant low pressure (LP) and high pressure (HP) hydraulic supplies. The HPU includes duty and backup hydraulic pumps, redundant filters, and accumulators. Emergency shutdown facilities are provided to bleed off hydraulic fluid and thus to close subsea fail-safe valves. The hydraulic components are fairly standard. The unit can be configured to operate autonomously under the control of a dedicated PLC, which provides pump motor control, interlocks, and interface with the MCS. The HPU is designed to operate safely in the sited environment.

Fig 5: Typical HPU

TUTA: The Topside Umbilical Termination Assembly (TUTA) provides the interface between the topside control equipment and the production controls umbilical. The unit incorporates Electrical Junction Boxes (EJB) for the termination of the electrical communication/power cables, as well as all hydraulic and chemical plumbing, gauges, block and bleed valves for the appropriate hydraulic and chemical supplies

Fig 6: Typical TUTA

SUBSEA DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM This section describes the subsea controls hardware connecting the production umbilical to the Xmas trees/manifold(s). The scope of this description begins at the interface to the umbilical, both hydraulically and electrically through the distribution system to the electrical connectors at the top of the SCM and the hydraulic couplers at the Multi Quick Connect (MQC) plates mounted on the Xmas tree.

The Subsea Distribution System (SDS) provides a link of communication and supplies (LP and HP pressure, chemicals, and electrical comm/power) between the host facilities and the subsea field by routing and distributing the services provided through the production control umbilical. Production Control Umbilical: The production control umbilical is the conduit between the host facility and the subsea control system used for chemical and/or hydraulic fluids, electric

power, and electric control signals. The hydraulic power and control lines are individual hoses or tubes manufactured from steel or thermoplastic materials and encased in the umbilical bundle. The electrical control cables supplying power and control signals can either be bundled with hydraulic lines or laid separately. To avoid any potential faults, the umbilicals are fabricated in continuous lengths, i.e. without splices

Fig 7: Typical Umbilical System

UTA: The Umbilical Termination Assembly (UTA) is designed for the subsea distribution of umbilical hydraulic and electrical services to more than one Xmas tree, manifold, or other subsea equipment

Fig 7: Typical UTA

Tree/Manifold Mounted Controls: The tree and manifold control system provides control of all functions of the subsea production system. Production control systems, as such, are only concerned with controlling production and safety valves and monitoring devices. They are not used to provide control of subsea connector latching and unlatching or operation of vertical access valves, for example. Typical subsea functions include operation/control of: A Surface Controlled Subsea Safety Valve (SCSSV) Subsea Production Chokes Production valves mounted on the Xmas tree, and utility functions such as monitoring of fluid characteristics, pressure leakage, and valve positions, etc.

Fig 8: Typical Subsea Control Equipment

The Scope of Tree/Manifold Mounted MUX E/H Controls usually consists of: Subsea Control Module (SCM) SCM Mounting Base (SCMMB) Sensors and Electrical Harnesses Multiple Quick Connect (MQC) Junction Plates

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Some Typical Subsea Controls Engineering Deliverables

Subsea Engineering Design is carried out based on clients specifications, international standards and company procedures. Some of the applicable codes are as stated below:

Subsea Facilities Design basis Subsea Field Layout Subsea Control System Specification API RP 17G Recommended Practice for Subsea Production Controls API 16D - Control Systems for Drilling Well Control System API RP 17A - Recommended Practice for Design and Operation of Subsea Production Systems API RP 17F Specification for Subsea Production Control System API RP 17D Specification for Subsea Wellhead and Christmas Tree equipment API RP 14F - Recommended Practice for Design and Installation of Electrical Systems for Offshore Production Platforms API RP 500/505 - Recommended Practice for Classification of Locations for Electrical Installations at Petroleum Facilities API Spec Q1 - Specification for Quality Programs ISO 9000 & 9001 - Quality Systems ISO 13628-6 - Petroleum and Natural Gas Industries Design and Operation of Subsea Production Systems; Subsea Production Control Systems ISO 14001 - Environmental Management Systems NFPA 70 - National Fire Protection Association IEC 60079 - Electrical Apparatus for Explosive Gas Atmospheres IEC 60617 IEC standard for Electrical Symbols UL - Underwriter Laboratories

The Subsea Control Engineering team had the responsibility of providing the following services: Signal, Power and Hydraulic Analysis Umbilical System

Subsea Electrical Distribution and Subsea Control Systems Topside Equipment - Hydraulic Power Unit, UPS, Electrical Power Unit and Master Control Station

The following are the deliverables produced by Subsea Control team on projects: Functional Design Basis Functional Specifications for MCS, SPCU, ULM, UPS and SCM Schematic diagrams, GA and assembly drawings for Subsea and topside Products Electrical single line diagram, block diagrams and schematics Subsea Distribution schematics FAT, EFAT, Operation & Maintenance Manuals UPS System Sizing Cable Sizing

Functional Specification MCS This document defines the main requirements for and functionality of the Subsea Control Systems for the project. The MCS is part of the Subsea Control System, which also consists of the Hydraulic Power Unit (HPU), Topside Umbilical Termination Assembly (TUTA), Subsea Control Modules (SCMs), Subsea Power and Communication Unit (SPCU) and Subsea distribution equipment. The topsides MCS and SPCU are to be installed in a nonhazardous offshore control room environment. The MCS software will initially be configured to: Control and monitor six Subsea Control Modules, 3 initial XT, 2 future XT, and 1 downhole Gas Lift Manifold. Control and Monitor a mudline Gas Lift Manifold (via a future dedicated umbilical) Monitor Subsea Multi-Phase flow meters, three initial and two future from the extended data buffer from the SCM. Monitor two downhole manifold pressure and temperature sensors per SCM. Control and monitor the SPCU Control and monitor the Production HPU

Monitor and act on discrete ESD signals from the ESS system Manage subsea system data transfer and control with the PCS Receive and act on discrete PSD signals from the PCS Monitor the UPS status Provide controlled shutdown Monitor the Chemical Injection Unit (CIU) status via PCS comms link. Include and allow control from Remote Operator system (ROS) Receive and act on signals passed from the PCS

Functional Specification SPCU This document outlines the detailed design fabrication, description, functionality and performance of the Subsea Power and Communication Unit (SPCU) also referred to as EPU. The Subsea Power and Communication Unit is the Power and Communication Interface between the Subsea Master Control Station (MCS) and the Subsea Control Modules (SCM). Redundant Power and Communication is provided to each SCM from redundant line modules. The umbilical line module has been selected and configured to provide 450VAC at 4 Amps. The SPCU has been configured to support up to twelve (12) ULMs for a six (6) redundant line system. The SPCU requires two independent Power Sources for complete redundancy. Input power requirement shall be 240VAC, 50/60Hz, single phase. The basic components of the SPCU are: 1. Enclosure/Cabinet 2. Main Fuses (system A & B) 3. EMC and 15.5 kHz Filter 4. Power ON indication for each side 5. Power supplies for local electronics 6. Input Power Surge suppressors 7. Umbilical Line modules (ULM) Line Transformer Line Circuit Breaker Current and Voltage transducers Modem and Filter Insulation Monitor Surge Suppressor Digital Input and output module for local control Power supply

Input Power (240VAC) at 15 Amps Power line output (450VAC) at 4 Amps Serial and Ethernet ports 8. Redundant Computer with Touch Screen Control Panel (see TSCP) 9. Hubs for local LAN and MCS interface 10. Redundant Topside Processing Units (TPU).

Functional Specification ULM The Umbilical Line Module (ULM) is the modular component of the Subsea Power and Communication Unit (SPCU) that serves as the power and communication Interface between the Subsea Master Control Station and the Subsea Communication Module. The ULM accepts an input voltage of 120 or 240Vac depending on the configuration used. The ULM provides communication over power to the Subsea control Module (SCM) at 620Vac via an RS232 input to the modem using FMCs proprietary KOS150 protocol. Basic ULM components 1. Line Transformer 2. Line Circuit Breaker 3. Current and Voltage transducers 4. Modem and Filter (150 series) 5. Insulation Monitor 6. Surge Suppressor 7. Digital Input and output module for housekeeping and control 8. 24Vdc Power supply 9. Power line input (120/240VAC), power line output (390/450/620VAC) 10. Serial (RS232) and Ethernet (RJ45) ports The line module is designed to provide both power and communication to and from the Subsea Communication Modules (SCM). Filtered input power from the mains is stepped up to the desired voltage by an isolation type line transformer. This is then fed through a filter unit that combines modulated signal with the high voltage power. The line module contains instrumentation to monitor the line voltage, current and insulation resistance. These values are provided to the Embedded Processor via an Ethernet connection. The embedded processor displays these values on a touch screen display mounted on the SPCU cabinet housing the ULM. This same touch screen allows the operators to define set points for all the parameters. These field programmable set points are used to determine over voltage, over current

and low line resistance faults. Occurrence of over-voltage or over-current faults will result in an automatic disconnection of output power to the line to protect the line SCM, and surface equipment from damage due to the fault condition, By default, occurrence of a low insulation fault does not automatically switch off power to the line. However, the automatic trip of the power line based on each of the three fault conditions can be enabled or disabled in the configuration section of the embedded processor program. The line relay that is used to connect/disconnect line power due to a fault is used to manually connect power to a given line. Although the ULM does not implement alarms, the embedded control shall provide the SMCS the individual line voltage, current and insulation resistance values on a real time basis to enable implementation of fault condition alarm at desired set points. More importantly, each relay can be remotely switched ON or OFF by the MCS.

GA and Assembly Drawing This shows the configuration and arrangement of components in the cabinet of each subsea control equipment. Typical GA and assembly drawings produced for projects are MCS, SPCU and ULM.

Single Line, Block and Schematic Diagrams These drawings outline the overall schematic of each subsea control system equipment. The schematic diagram show in details the interconnections between the various components within a subsea equipment to achieve its functionality.

Test Procedures and Operational Manuals The test procedures outline the qualification procedure for the acceptance of the subsea equipment. These are normally done at the completion of a subsea product and must be witnessed by the client The operation and maintenance manual on the other hand provides a guideline on the equipment usage, maintenance and troubleshooting.

Subsea Distribution Schematics The subsea distribution schematic shows the distribution of hydraulic, chemical and electrical signals to subsea equipment sensors (PT/TT), DCV, MPFM, valves. It typically show the interface between the UTA, SCM, XT and manifolds.

Database Information The Database information (DBI) is equivalent to the Bill of Material of equipment. It is an iMAN or Team Center Engineering generated report showing all the component list of each subsea equipment.

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DETAILED ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN FOR AGBADA NAG PROJECT

This write-up highlights the essential steps I followed in carrying out FEED and detailed electrical engineering design for Shell Domestic Gas Supply Project. The main objective of the project was to support governments desire to increase supply of domestic gas (DOMGAS) to local industries and power plants. As part of plans to achieve the short-term target for SPDCEast, the Agbada Non Associated Gas (NAG) field is being developed to enhance gas supply to the Eastern Domestic Gas (EDG) network. This will provide an additional 100 MMscf/d of gas to the EDG Network. Since the project is a partly brown field project, data gathering was required before the actual project work execution. The followings are the findings of the site visit: The existing electrical room do not have enough space for the new equipments to be installed. A new switchroom is required The existing power generation & distribution system cannot accommodate the new equipments to be installed, as such a new power generation and distribution system is required The existing switchboard do not have adequate capacity to accommodate the new loads

Based on the above findings, the Electrical team had the responsibility of providing the following design services: Compressor and Generator shelter Lighting & Power Layout New power generation and distribution Generators, Tranformers and MCC sizing and selection Switchroom design UPS System Sizing Raceway System Design Plant Cable Routing, Earthing and Lighting Cable Sizing Electrical Cable Schedule or List Compressor and generator sheds Earthing Layout Generation of Single line Diagram and Loadlist

3.1

Lighting & Power Design for all Sheds or Shelter

The design was carried out taking into consideration the recommendation of Shell DEP and the relevant requirements of IEC standards. The lighting calculation showing the illumination level and number of lighting fittings required is attached in Appendix 1

For the Power design, the recommendation of Shell DEP were taken into consideration. Basically, allocation of power is based on the type of facility and the services it is to provide. In this case the only new facility is the generator shelter, so a point for 125A single phase industrial socket outlet was provided here. The Lighting & Power Layout Drawing is attached in Appendix 1. 3.2 Loadlist and UPS System Sizing

This design was carried out taking into consideration the recommendation of Shell DEP and the relevant requirements of IEC 62040. In starting out this design, Electrical loads summary showing the detailed listing of the entire electrical load to be served in the electrical distribution system is prepared as design evolves and the load estimates are updated constantly. This was used to determine the power requirements of the electrical system in order to properly size power generating equipment, distribution equipment and feeder systems, as the case maybe.

Running load is the actual electrical load of the facility during operation. Running load is used to size utility service, generators, transformers, feeders, motor control centers, circuit breakers, and uninterruptible power supplies. The following are the various kinds of loads found on a load summary: Critical Loads: Critical loads are loads that could cause damage to processes or products, serious interruption to the process, or discomfort to personnel if power were interrupted. Essential instrumentation, control and protective systems, and other essential services required during general power outages and whose loss cannot be tolerated even during maintenance and repair of their power supply are considered here. Non-essential Loads: these are loads which are not required during general power outages, and whose loss may also be tolerated during infrequent maintenance and repair of their power supply.

Essential Loads: These are loads required for the safe operation of the plant and/or orderly shutdown during loss of main supply. They are also loads deemed essential for personnel safety. They are powered from unit equipment separate from the standby system because of more stringent requirements of emergency systems.

A continuous load is defined as a load that is expected to operate continuously for 3 hours or more. Intermittent loads are loads that operate continuously for periods of less than 3 hours. Spare loads are operated only when other loads are not operating

For the UPS Design only the critical loads are taken into consideration, the approach is to obtain all the load requirements from all disciplines and then mark up the value by 20-25% taking into consideration future expansion. It is important to coordinate with other design disciplines to ensure that up-to- date data are used. The final rating to be selected will depend on the closest standard rating that is manufactured by UPS vendors. The UPS sizing sheet and Single Line Diagram is attached in Appendix 1. 3.3 Electrical Single Line Diagram

A one-line diagram is a schematic drawing that illustrates the overall electrical system configuration and contains information on equipment sizing. A circuit is an assembly of electrical equipment supplied from the same origin and protected by the same protective device. Part 3 section 314 and appendix 5 of IEE Regulation deals with circuit design. Reg. 314-01 states that every installation shall be divided into circuits as necessary to avoid danger and minimize inconvenience in the event of a fault, and facilitate safe operation, inspection, testing, and maintenance. The main consideration is to determine the number of outgoing circuits and the capacity of protective device and cable sizes for all circuits. For the above named project there are basically two groups of final circuits which consist of the following: Plant Motor Loads Compressor motors, well water, open & close drain, glycol injection, heat medium, condensate export, diesel loading pumps etc Plant non-motor loads UPS, HVAC, Transformers, Lighting & small power, Welding sockets, Cathodic protection, flare ignition, panel boards etc.

The Overall Electrical Single Line Diagram is attached in Appendix 1.

3.4

Cable Sizing Purpose of Calculation To determine if the conductor cross-section is adequate to provide the required power to an equipment Assumptions Cables shall be considered as being laid direct in the ground or run on tray Cables shall be armoured copper conductor cable

References Electrical Load List Cable Catalogue (Kabelmetal)

Calculations Design Basis

For three phase loads:

Full Load Current

I FLA

KW 3 V Cos

For single phase loads:


I FLA KW V Cos

Full Load Current

Where: V = voltage Cos = power factor kW = kilowatt power IFLA = full load current For three phase loads:
I FLA x L x 3 ( RC Cos X C Sin ) 1000

Vd 3

Motor running voltage drop

Motor starting voltage drop

Vd 3 ( st )

6 I FLA x L x 3 ( RC Cos st X C Sin st ) 1000

For single phase loads:

Voltage drop

Vd 1

I FLA x L x 2 ( RC Cos X C Sin ) 1000

For DC loads: Voltage drop

VDC

I FLA x 2 x L x RDC 1000 ( RC Cos X C Sin ) V 1000

And

mV/Amp/meter =

Where: L = cable length RC = cable AC Resistance XC = cable reactance Cosst = starting power factor RDC = DC resistance For three phase loads: Cable size to meet short circuit rating

Sa

I SC x t K

Where: ISC = short circuit rating t =time to clear short circuit fault K = cable material factor (143 for XLPE; 115 for PVC) S = minimum cable cross section (mm2) Refer to Appendix 1 for the cable sizing calculation.

3.5

Electrical Cable Schedule or List

The Electrical Cable schedule shows the cable tag number, number of core, conductor size, cable description, length of run and sequential link between one cable to the others. The Electrical Cable schedule is shown in Appendix 1: 3.6 Raceway System Design

There are four types of raceway systems which are commonly used to distribute electrical power in industrial systems, they are: Conduit systems Cable trays Direct burial cables Submarine cables

For this project, cable trays and direct burial of cables were used. The approach was to use cable trays underneath the switchroom and mainly direct burial for cables coming from substation to the process areas. For the direct burial an established cable trench route was identify and cables routed based on load centers. The Plant Cable Routing Layout is attached in Appendix 1. 3.7 Earthing Layout

Earthing or bonding of the plant is essential for personnel safety, to prolong insulation life and for fast selective isolation of earth faults. The Earthing layout shows the connection of all metallic structures on the plant - cabinets, junction boxes and structures to the earth, also earth bars are provided for connection of other equipments as may be applicable. The overall Earthing Layout is attached in Appendix 1.

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CONCLUSION

The project experience summary is not exhaustive, because there are some other ongoing projects I am working on which is not included. But overall I have experience in the consulting, construction (industrial, residential and commercial developments), oil and gas engineering (Onshore and Offshore), at both design and project management levels. . Also, I have experience in offshore subsea engineering design and project management. These experiences have challenging but rewarding since it has equipped me with valuable skills to function as both and Electrical Engineer and Subsea Control Systems engineer. I have worked with both locally and internationally with Nigerian and Expatriate engineers on various projects. The experiences that I have gained have been of immense benefit to the Companies that I have worked for and to this great Nation.

APPENDIX 1: DETAILED ELECTRICAL ENGINEERING DESIGN FOR SPDC AGBADA NAG DOMESTIC GAS SUPPLY PROJECT DELIVERABLES

EQUIPMENT Equipment No. Non Reessential starting ABSORBED LOAD A

MOTOR RATING

LOAD FACTOR = A/B B C

EFFICIENCY at load factor C


D

POWER FACTOR at load factor C cos j

kW = A/D

CONSUMED LOAD

kVAr = kW.tg j REMARKS

Description

Vital

Essential

Continuous E

Intermittent F

Stand-by G

kW

kW

in decimals

in decimals

kW

kVAr

kW

kVAr

kW

kVAr

1 2 3

KM-1100 KM-2010 KM-2020

HV SWITCHBOARD (SB100D1) Screw Compressor Driver Motor Train 1 Refrigerant Compressor Motor Train 2 Refrigerant Compressor Motor

x x

635.00 450.00 450.00

635.00 450.00 450.00

1.00 1.00 1.00

0.96 0.96 0.96

0.85 0.85 0.85

661.46 468.75 468.75

409.94 290.51 290.51

10% Contigency
4

159.90

99.09 560.22

0.00 257.92

0.00 126.48

0.00 0.00

0.00 0.00

SB100E1

Main LV Switchboard

954.69

Maximum of normal running plant load: (Est. x%E + y%F) Peak load (Est. x%E +y%F + z%G)

2713.55 2,790.92 2,790.92


KW KW

1650.26

257.92

126.48

0.00

0.00
Power factor without compensation (cos j): 0. Power factor with compensation (cos j1): 0. kvar

1,688.21 1,688.21

KVAR KVAR

kW2 kVAr2 3,261.79

kVA kVA

TOTAL

kW2 kVAr2

3,261.79

kVA (

kW 2 kVAr 2 )

3176

287

0
Required capacitor rating [= kW (tgj - tgj1)]:

Coincidence factors x, y and z shall be defined for each separate case, subject to Principal's approval.

NOTES
a) Load classification/restarting: For definitions of "Vital", "Essential" and "Non-Essential" services and application of "Restarting"

b)

Absorbed loads:

C)

Consumed loads: E - "Continuous"; all loads that may continuously be required for normal operation, including lighting and workshops F - "Intermittent"; the loads required for intermediate pumping, storage, loading, etc. G - "Stand-by"; loads required in emergencies only, such as fire-water pumps or those of normally not running electrically driven units stand-by for normally running steam-driven ones (e.g charge pumps, boiler feed pumps).

- for pumps, shaft load on duty point; - for instrumentation, computers, communiction,
air conditioning, the required load during full operation of plant;

- for lighting during dark hours; - for workshops, the average total load in normal full operation
NOTES: REFERENCED DRAWINGS DRAWING No.

MAIN LV SINGLE LINE DIAGRAM

DOMGAS PROJECT (AGB ADA NAG)

C01 A02 A01 R02 R01


REV

APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION ISSUED FOR DETAILED SAFOP ISSUED FOR APPROVAL ISSUED FOR SAFOP ISSUED FOR REVIEW
DESCRIPTION

O.A. O.A. O.A. O.A. O.A.


PREPARED

C.E. C.E. C.E O.O. O.O.


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DATE MAKON No. SHELL DRG No. REV. C01 PAGE 2 OF 4 ELECTRICAL LOAD LIST HV SWITCHB OARD (SB 100D1)

EQUIPMENT Equipment No. Non Reessential starting ABSORBED LOAD A kW

MOTOR RATING

LOAD FACTOR = A/B B C in decimals

EFFICIENCY at load factor C


D

POWER FACTOR at load factor C cos j

kW = A/D

CONSUMED LOAD

kVAr = kW.tg j REMARKS

Description

Vital

Essential

Continuous E kW kVAr kW

Intermittent F kVAr kW

Stand-by G kVAr

kW

in decimals

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 38 38 38 39 40

EM-3110A EM-3110B EM-3110C PM-3110A/B EM-3120A EM-3120B EM-3120C PM-3120A/B EM-2750 EM-2751 EM-1100 PM-1101 P-5701A/B P-5702A/B EM-6110A/B EM-6110 HOLD EM-6120A/B EM-6120 HOLD EM-2611A/B EM-2610A/B EM-2613 EM-2620A/B EM-2623 EM-2621A/B P-2010 EM-2014A/B P-2020 EM-2024A/B P-4300A/B P-4301A/B A-4610/20 EM-4610/20 P-5901A/B CP-1750 28-MOV-480/482 28-MOV-582 KM-1101 EM-1101 PM-1102 WO-3 WO-2 WO-1 HVAC 1A HVAC 2A UP-001A DS-001B DB-10A DB-10B DB-10C

MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD (SB100E1) Train 1 Inlet Cooler Motor A Train 1 Inlet Cooler Motor B Train 1 Inlet Cooler Motor C Train 1 Condensate Export Pump Train 2 Inlet Cooler Motor A Train 2 Inlet Cooler Motor B Train 2 Inlet Cooler Motor C Train 2 Condensate Export Pump Recip Compressor Recycle Gas Cooler Recip Compressor Recycle Gas Cooler Screw Compressor Recycle Gas Cooler Screw Compressor Lube Oil Pump Close Drain Pump Open Drain Pump Train 1 Heat Medium Pump Train 1 Heat Trim cooler Motor Train 1 Burner Blower Train 2 Heat Medium Pump Train 2 Heat Trim cooler Motor Train 2 Burner Blower Train 1 Condensed Water Pump Train 1 Glycol Injection Pump Train 1 Glycol Vapour Condenser Train 2 Glycol Injection Pump Train 2 Glycol Vapour Condenser Train 2 Condensed Water Pump Train 1 Compr Lube Oil Circulating Pump Train 1 Refrigerant Condenser Fan Train 2 Compr Lube Oil Circulating Pump Train 2 Refrigerant Condenser Fan HP Flare K.O. Vessel Pump LP Flare K.O. Vessel Pump Instrument Air Compressor Instrument Air Compressor Aftercooler Well Water Pump Cathodic protection Inlet Facility Motor Operated Valves Flow Control Motor Operated Valves Agbada Flowstation 2 Booster Compressor Agbada Flowstation 2 Gas & Glycol Cooler Agbada Flowstation 2 Glycol Pump Welding Socket Wo-3 Welding Socket Wo-2 Welding Socket Wo-1 HVAC (Control Building) HVAC (Electrical Building) UPS(AC) TELECOM GEARSWITCH GAS GENERATOR G-8201A DB GAS GENERATOR G-8201B DB GAS GENERATOR G-8201C DB 10% Contigency

X X X X X X X X
X X X

X X X

x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x x
X X X X

7.50 7.50 7.50 37.00 7.50 7.50 7.50 37.00 22.40 22.40 15.00 7.50 0.70 0.70 30.00 1.49 4.00 30.00 1.49 4.00 0.75 4.21 2.20 4.21 2.20 0.75 4.00 22.40 4.00 22.40 4.00 4.00 45.00 0.90 12.50 15.00 0.80 0.80 90.00 4.00 0.75 23.00 69.00 69.00 50.00 50.00 52.00 15.00 30.00 30.00 30.00

7.50 7.50 7.50 37.00 7.50 7.50 7.50 37.00 30.00 30.00 18.50 7.50 1.10 1.10 30.00 2.20 4.00 30.00 2.20 4.00 1.10 5.50 2.20 5.50 2.20 1.10 4.00 30.00 4.00 30.00 5.50 5.50 55.00 1.10 15.00 15.00 1.10 1.10 110.00 4.00 0.75 23.00 69.00 69.00 50.00 50.00 52.00 15.00 30.00 30.00 30.00

1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.75 0.75 0.81 1.00 0.64 0.64 1.00 0.68 1.00 1.00 0.68 1.00 0.68 0.77 1.00 0.77 1.00 0.68 1.00 0.75 1.00 0.75 0.73 0.73 0.82 0.82 0.83 1.00 0.73 0.73 0.82 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00

0.91 0.91 0.91 0.93 0.91 0.91 0.91 0.93 0.91 0.91 0.91 0.91 0.91 0.91 0.91 0.91 0.91 0.91 0.91 0.91 0.83 0.88 0.94 0.88 0.94 0.83 0.91 0.92 0.91 0.92 0.92 0.92 0.93 0.74 0.91 0.80 0.94 0.94 0.90 0.90 0.90 0.80 0.80 0.80 0.75 0.75 1.00 0.91 0.91 0.91 0.91

0.89 0.89 0.89 0.88 0.89 0.89 0.89 0.88 0.85 0.85 0.85 0.85 0.95 0.95 0.80 0.80 0.80 0.80 0.80 0.80 0.80 0.80 0.80 0.80 0.80 0.80 0.85 0.88 0.85 0.88 0.88 0.88 0.87 0.79 0.89 1.00 0.90 0.90 0.80 0.80 0.80 0.90 0.90 0.90 0.85 0.85 0.85 0.89 0.89 0.89 0.89

8.24 8.24 8.24 39.78 8.24 8.24 8.24 39.78 24.62 24.62 16.48 8.24

4.22 4.22 4.22 21.47 4.22 4.22 4.22 21.47 15.26 15.26 10.22 5.11 0.77 0.77 0.25 0.25

32.97 1.64 4.40 32.97 1.64 4.40 0.90 4.78 2.34 4.78 2.34 0.90 4.40 24.35 4.40 24.35

24.73 1.23 3.30 24.73 1.23 3.30 0.68 3.59 1.76 3.59 1.76 0.68 2.72 13.14 2.72 13.14 4.35 4.35 2.35 2.35

0.00 0.00 0.00 18.75

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.85 0.85 0.41 0.41

100.00 4.44 0.83

75.00 3.33 0.63 28.75 86.25 86.25 13.92 41.77 41.77

41 42 43

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 32.97 32.97 0.00 47.85

0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 16.89 16.89 0.00 29.53 201.56 21.32 23.42 10.35 12.64 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

SB100E2

Emergency Switchboard

362.36

Maximum of normal running plant load: (Est. x%E + y%F) Peak load (Est. x%E +y%F + z%G)

1032.07 1032.07

KW KW

598.17 598.2

KVAR KVAR

kW2 kVAr2 1192.88

954.69
kVA kVA

560.22

257.92

126.48

0.00

0.00
Power factor without compensation (cos j): 0. Power factor with compensation (cos j1): 0. kvar

TOTAL

kW2 kVAr2 1192.88

kVA (

kW 2 kVAr 2 )

1106.93

287.26

0.00
Required capacitor rating [= kW (tgj - tgj1)]:

Coincidence factors x, y and z shall be defined for each separate case, subject to Principal's approval.

NOTES
a) Load classification/restarting: For definitions of "Vital", "Essential" and "Non-Essential" services and application of "Restarting", see DEP 33.64.10.10-Gen.

b) NOTES:

Absorbed loads: for pumps, shaft load on duty point; for instrumentation, computers, communiction, air conditioning, the required load during full operation of plant; for lighting during dark hours; for workshops, the average total load in normal full operation

C)

Consumed loads: E - "Continuous"; all loads that may continuously be required for normal operation, including lighting and workshops F - "Intermittent"; the loads required for intermediate pumping, storage, loading, etc. G - "Stand-by"; loads required in emergencies only, such as fire-water pumps or those of normally not running electrically driven units stand-by for normally running steam-driven ones (e.g charge pumps, boiler feed pumps).

REFERENCED DRAWINGS

DRAWING No.

1. For details of emergency switchboard, see page 4 of this document.


MAIN LV SINGLE LINE DIAGRAM DOMGAS PROJECT (AGBADA NAG)

C01 A02 A01 R02 R01


REV

APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION ISSUED FOR DETAILED SAFOP ISSUED FOR APPROVAL ISSUED FOR SAFOP ISSUED FOR REVIEW
DESCRIPTION

O.A. O.A. O.A. O.A. O.A.


PREPARED

C.E. C.E. C.E. O.O. O.O.


APP'D

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DATE MAKON No. SHELL DRG No. REV. C01 PAGE 3 OF 4 ELECTRICAL LOAD LIST MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD (SB100E1)

EQUIPMENT Equipment No. Non ReEssential essential starting ABSORBED LOAD A kW

MOTOR RATING

LOAD FACTOR = A/B B C in decimals

EFFICIENCY at load factor C


D

POWER FACTOR at load factor C cos j

kW = A/D

CONSUMED LOAD

kVAr = kW.tg j REMARKS

Description

Vital

Continuous E kW kVAr kW

Intermittent F kVAr kW

Stand-by G kVAr

kW

in decimals

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13

DB-1 DB-2 DB-3 DB-4 DB-5 DB-7 HVAC 1B HVAC 2B UP-001B P-6201 A-4620 EM-4620 P-5901B DS-001A

EMERGENCY SWITCHBOARD (SB100E2) Outdoor lighting Anti -condensation Heaters Power Plant Auxiliaries Electrical Building Lighting DB Anti -condensation Heaters Control Building Lighting DB HVAC (Control Building) HVAC (Electrical Building) UPS(AC) Diesel Loading Pump Motor Instrument Air Compressor Instrument Air Compressor Aftercooler Well Water Pump B TELECOM GEARSWITCH 10% Contigency

X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

25.00 8.00 10.00 10.00 8.00 10.00 50.00 50.00 52.00 4.00 45.00 0.90 12.50 15.00

25.00 8.00 10.00 10.00 8.00 10.00 50.00 50.00 52.00 5.50 55.00 1.10 15.00 15.00

1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.73 0.82 0.82 0.83 1.00

0.95 0.95 0.90 0.95 0.95 0.95 0.75 0.75 0.90 0.90 0.93 0.74 0.91 0.91

0.95 0.90 0.90 0.95 0.90 0.95 0.85 0.85 0.85 0.80 0.87 0.79 0.89 0.89

26.32 11.11 10.53 10.53 66.67 66.67 57.78 48.39 1.22 13.74 16.48 32.94

8.65 8.42 5.38 3.46 8.42 3.46 41.32 41.32 35.81 4.44 27.42 0.94 7.04 8.44 18.32 2.13 1.15 0.00 0.00 3.33 4.08 4.08

Maximum of normal running plant load: (Est. x%E + y%F) Peak load (Est. x%E +y%F + z%G)

362.36 369.38 369.38


KW KW

201.56

23.42

12.64

0.00

0.00
Power factor without compensation (cos j): 0. Power factor with compensation (cos j1): 0. kvar

205.35 205.35

KVAR KVAR

kW2 kVAr2 422.62

kVA kVA

TOTAL

kW2 kVAr2 422.62

kVA (

kW 2 kVAr 2 )

415

27

0
Required capacitor rating [= kW (tgj - tgj1)]:

Coincidence factors x, y and z shall be defined for each separate case, subject to Principal's approval.

NOTES
a) Load classification/restarting: For definitions of "Vital", "Essential" and "Non-Essential" services and application of "Restarting"

b) NOTES:

Absorbed loads: for pumps, shaft load on duty point; for instrumentation, computers, communiction, air conditioning, the required load during full operation of plant; for lighting during dark hours; for workshops, the average total load in normal full operation

C)

Consumed loads: E - "Continuous"; all loads that may continuously be required for normal operation, including lighting and workshops F - "Intermittent"; the loads required for intermediate pumping, storage, loading, etc. G - "Stand-by"; loads required in emergencies only, such as fire-water pumps or those of normally not running electrically driven units stand-by for normally running steam-driven ones (e.g charge pumps, boiler feed pumps).

REFERENCED DRAWINGS

DRAWING No.

MAIN LV SINGLE LINE DIAGRAM

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C01 A02 A01 R02 R01


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PREPARED

C.E. C.E. C.E. O.O. O.O.


APP'D

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DATE

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EQUIPMENT Equipment No. Non ReEssential essential starting ABSORBED LOAD A kW

NOMINAL RATING

LOAD FACTOR = A/B B

EFFICIENCY at load factor C

POWER FACTOR at load factor C cos j

kW = A/D

CONSUMED LOAD

kVAr = kW.tg j REMARKS

Description A.C. SYSTEM (10 mins back-up supply) Control Building HVAC Change-Over Control PanelSupply 1/2 MCC Building HVAC Change-Over Control PanelSupply 1/2 A.C. SYSTEM (30 mins back-up supply) HV & LV Switchgear Generator control panel and PMS Instrument Start Air Package Local Control Panel Reciprocating Gas Compressor Phoenix Contact Power Supply Reciprocating Gas Compressor Panel Cooling Fan Reciprocating Gas Compressor Enclosure Light A.C. SYSTEM (1 hr back-up supply) ODS Metering Control System ODS Analyzer Package AGBADA NAG PAS Power Supply Recycle Gas Compressor Phoenix Contact Power Supply Recycle Gas Compressor Phoenix Contact Power Supply Recycle Gas Compressor 230 VAC Recepticle Recycle Gas Compressor Panel Cooling Fan Recycle Gas Compressor Enclosure Light Recycle Gas Compressor Allen Bradley PA-72 Power Supply A.C. SYSTEM (8 hrs back-up supply) AGBADA NAG F&G/SIS Power Supply Control Building Vesda System MCC Building Vesda System Telecoms

Vital

Continuous E kW kVAr kW

Intermittent F kVAr kW

Stand-by G kVAr

kW

D C in decimals in decimals

X X

0.30 0.30

0.30 0.30

1.00 1.00

0.90 0.90

1.00 1.00

0.33 0.33

0.00 0.00

3 4 5

X X X X X X X X X X X X X X X

3.00 3.00 0.85 0.53 0.03 0.04

3.00 3.00 0.85 0.53 0.03 0.04 4.00 0.65 12.50 1.06 0.28 1.15 0.03 0.04 0.12

1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00

0.90 0.90 0.98 0.98 0.98 0.98 0.98 0.98 0.98 0.98 0.98 0.98 0.98 0.98 0.98

0.95 0.95 0.95 1.00 1.00 1.00 0.95 0.95 0.95 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00

3.33 3.33 0.87 0.54 0.03 0.04 4.08 0.66 12.76 1.08 0.29 1.17 0.03 0.04 0.12

1.10 1.10 0.29 0.00 0.00 0.00 1.34 0.22 4.19 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

7 8

9 10 11

4.00 0.65 12.50 1.06 0.28 1.15 0.03 0.04 0.12

12

13 14 15 16

17

18 19 20 21 22

X X X X

12.60 0.30 0.30 5.00

12.60 0.30 0.30 5.00

1.00 1.00 1.00 1.00

0.95 0.98 0.98 0.95

0.90 0.95 0.95 0.80

13.26 0.31 0.31 5.26

6.42 0.10 0.10 3.95

25% Contingency

12.05

4.70

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00

Maximum of normal running plant load: (Est. x%E + y%F) Peak load (Est. x%E +y%F + z%G)

60.23 60.23

KW KW

23.50 23.50

KVAR KVAR

kW2 kVAr2

60.23 64.65 64.65


kVA kVA

23.50

0.00

0.00

0.00

0.00
Power factor without compensation (cos j): 0. Power factor with compensation (cos j1): 0.

TOTAL

0.93

kW2 kVAr2

kVA (

kW 2 kVAr 2 )

64.65

0.00

0.00
Required capacitor rating [= kW (tgj - tgj1)]: kvar

Coincidence factors x, y and z shall be defined for each separate case, subject to Principal's approval.

NOTES
a) Load classification/restarting: For definitions of "Vital", "Essential" and "Non-Essential" services and application of "Restarting"

b) NOTES:

Absorbed loads: for pumps, shaft load on duty point; for instrumentation, computers, communiction, air conditioning, the required load during full operation of plant; for lighting during dark hours; for workshops, the average total load in normal full operation

C)

Consumed loads: E - "Continuous"; all loads that may continuously be required for normal operation, including lighting and workshops F - "Intermittent"; the loads required for intermediate pumping, storage, loading, etc. G - "Stand-by"; loads required in emergencies only, such as fire-water pumps or those of normally not running electrically driven units stand-by for normally running steam-driven ones (e.g charge pumps, boiler feed pumps).

REFERENCED DRAW INGS/DOCUMENTS ELECTRICAL BUILDING GENERAL ARRANGEMENT DRAW ING

DRAW ING/DOCUMENT No.

DOM GA S PROJ ECT (A GB A DA NA G )

C01 A01 R01


REV

APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION ISSUED FOR DETAILED SAFOP ISSUED FOR REVIEW
DESCRIPTION

O.A. P.A. P.A.


PREPA RED

C.E. 0.A 0.A


A PP'D

1/3/2012 24/10/2011 20/9/2011


DA TE MAKON No. SHELL DRG No.

A .C. UPS L OA D L IST

REV. C01 SHT 1 OF 2

UPS Load Profile 10 min UPS load (kW) 30 mins UPS load, kW 1 hr UPS load, kW 8 hrs UPS load, kW Total UPS load (kW) 0.7 8.1 20.2 19.1 48.2 Load (kW) 55.2 55.2 54.5

Notes:

1. The A.C. UPS unit shall be sized by the UPS vendor based on the UPS load list and load profile above. 2. For battery sizing purposes, a 15% design margin, and a 10% aging factor shall be added as per IEEE 485 6.2.2 and 6.2.3. 3. Battery sizing Calculation and Battery General Arrangement shall be submitted along with UPS bid

47.6 25.5

Time(hrs)
10mins
NOTES: DRAW ING/DOCUMENT No.

0.5

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O.A. P.A. P.A.


PREPARED

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Calculation Cover Sheet


Customer Project Title Calculation Title Node Name Proj No DOMGAS PROJECT OUTDOOR LIGHTING CALCULATION AGBADA NAG

Calc. No. Page 2 of 8 Calculation Objective To determine the Illumination Levels at various locations away from the Lighting Fixtures and the distance between fixtures

Note: to create a new l within a cell, press Alt+Enter.

Calculation Method Point-To-Point Method of Illumination Calculation

Assumptions The lighting fixtures shall be installed in a non-dirty environment, hence the Light Loss Factor (LLF) is assumed 0.8

Software Used Title Version Validation (Y / N / N/A)

References 1. NFPA 70 - National Electrical Code 2. IES-RP-7 - Practice for Industrial Lighting

Conclusions At a distance of 35.7m (A+B), mid-way between fixtures the Illumination level per lamp (18Lux) gotten from the calculation is higher than the recommended value, hence a spacing of 70m between lamps is adequate for general plant lighting. For areas requiring regular equipment maintenance, a seperation of 22m between lamps is adequate.

C01 A01 R01 Rev

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M.K. M.K. O.A. Approved

Calculation Checklist
Customer Project Title Calculation Title Node Name Proj No DOMGAS PROJECT OUTDOOR LIGHTING CALCULATION AGBADA NAG 3 of 8

Calc. No. Page Please check boxes for all applicable items checked or mark as "N/A" if not appropriate: Calculations:

Calculation number assigned and registered (refer to project numbering system or Document Numbering System for format). Project title shown. Calculation title shown. Revision history box complete and signed. Table of Contents. Appropriate stamp for preliminary issues. Calculation objectives (aims) stated. Calculation method defined or described (including formulae if relevant). Reference made to text, standard or code. Check version/edition with that required for project. Source of input data stated (with revision number and date if relevant). Customer's requirements included/addressed. Assumptions stated. Summary of results or conclusions if appropriate. For software based calculations, reference to software verification if available. Approach used is appropriate for problem being solved. Method clear and easy to follow. Input data correct. Calculation arithmetically correct OR software previously verified and reference to verification checked. Calculation result within expected limits. Calculation tolerances stated if significant. Units used as required by client. Abbreviations correct. Appropriate cross-references. Sketches included and clearly labelled, where required. Appendices included and referenced, as required. Considered design reviews, Hazop actions, client input, safety and environmental issues, etc. Checking Records: Checked and annotated copy of calculation filed (use "Check Print" stamp). Corrections made as required and calculation dated and signed on cover sheet by checker. Alternative method calculation and/or representative check performed and filed, as required. Revisions: Changes clouded. Revision history block updated. Calculation re-checked if required.

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Calculation Sheet
Customer Project Title Calculation Title Node Name Calc. No. Rev Date
R01 15/12/2011

Proj No DOMGAS PROJECT OUTDOOR LIGHTING CALCULATION AGBADA NAG Page Date
23/5/12

By
C.E

Checked
L.A.

Rev
A01

Date
23/02/2012

By
C.E

Checked
L.A

Rev
C01

4 By
C.E

of

8 Checked
L.A

Table of Contents Content 1 2 2 3 4 5 CALCULATION COVER SHEET CALCULATION CHECKLIST TABLE OF CONTENTS LAMP DATA AND CALCULATION BASIS CALCULATION SHEETS AND RESULTS CONCLUSION Page No. 2 3 4 5 6 10

Calculation Sheet
Customer Project Title Calculation Title Node name Calc. No. Rev Date
R01 15/12/2011

Proj No DOMGAS PROJECT OUTDOOR LIGHTING CALCULATION AGBADA NAG Page Date
23/5/12

By
C.E

Checked
L.A.

Rev

Date

By
C.E

Checked
L.A.

Rev
C01

5 By
C.E

of

8 Checked
L.A

A01 23/02/2012

Lamp Data

Lighting Fitting Data


FLOODLIGHTS Manufacturing & Catalog Ref No. STAHL, UK SERIES 6521 FLOODLIGHT Description Asymmetrical Flood lights, 400W High Pressure Sodium Lighting Fixtures Suitable for Zone 2, Group B, C & D and IP66, 220-254VAC rated Lamp Output is 48000 Lumen for 400W types

Point-To-Point Calculation Basis


Illumnation at a point is given by: where

Ex

I Cos LLF Dx2

I = Illuminance (Lux) LLF = Light Loss Factor = Beam axis Dx = Beam axis length to working plane or ground level

Calculation Sheet
Customer Project Title Calculation Title Node Name Calc No. Rev
C01

Proj No DOMGAS PROJECT OUTDOOR LIGHTING CALCULATION AGBADA NAG Page Checked
L.A

of

Date
23/05/2012

By
C.E

Calculation Sheets and Results


Location:-OUTDOOR - PROCESS AREA Required Illumination: 150 Lux Calculation Reference Fitting Reference No. Mounting Height (H) Distance from Pole base to Beam axis (A) Distance from aiming angle to point (B)meters Distance from source (D) Light Loss Factor (LLF) Aiming angle from vertical (Degrees) Angle of intensity LuminousLuminous (Ix) at angle (Lumen/Lux) Calculation A Fitting Ref. No. A DB1-FLD-01 8 3.7 4.0 0.8 25 48000 Type of Lighting: Lamp Output: B C DB1-FLD-01 DB1-FLD-01 8 8 3.7 3.7 8.0 12.0 0.8 25 48000 0.8 25 48000 Floodlight 48000Lumen D E DB1-FLD-01 DB1-FLD-01 8 8 3.7 3.7 15.0 32.0 0.8 25 48000 0.8 25 48000

tan

A B H

= = Dx =

43.9 18.9 11.10 123.29

Degrees Degrees

Angle of inclined Plane

Dx

H Cos

\
Ex I Cos LLF Dx2

Dx =

Illumnation at point is given by:

294.7

Lux

Calculation B Fitting Ref. No.

tan

A B H

= =

55.6 30.6 14.17 200.89

Degrees Degrees

Angle of inclined Plane

Dx

H Cos
\

Dx = Dx =

Illumnation at point is given by:

Ex

I Cos LLF = Dx2

164.5

Lux

Calculation Sheet
Customer Project Title Calculation Title Node Name Calc. No. Rev Date
C01 23/05/2012

Proj No DOMGAS PROJECT OUTDOOR LIGHTING CALCULATION AGBADA NAG Page Checked
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of

By
C.E

Angle of Calculation C Luminous

Fitting Ref. No.

tan

A B H
Dx

\
H Cos

= =

63.0 38.0 17.62

Degrees Degrees

Angle of inclined Plane

Dx = Dx = 310.49

\
I Cos LLF Dx2

Illumnation at point is given by:

Ex

97.5

Lux

Calculation D Fitting Ref. No.

tan

A B H
Dx

= = Dx = Dx =
I Cos LLF = Dx2

66.8 41.8 20.34 413.69

Degrees Degrees

Angle of inclined Plane

H Cos

Illumnation at point is given by:

Ex

69.2

Lux

Calculation E Fitting Ref. No.

tan

A B H
Dx

\
H Cos

= = Dx = Dx =
I Cos LLF Dx2

77.4 52.4 36.59 1338.49

Degrees Degrees

Angle of inclined Plane

\
Ex

Illumnation at point is given by:

17.5

Lux

Calculation Sheet
Customer Project Title Calculation Title Node Name Calc. No. Rev Date
R01 15/12/2011

Proj No DOMGAS PROJECT OUTDOOR LIGHTING CALCULATION AGBADA NAG Page Date
23/5/12

By
C.E

Checked
L.A.

Rev
A01

Date
23/02/2012

By
C.E

Checked
L.A.

Rev
C01

8 By
C.E

of

8 Checked
L.A

CONCLUSION 1. FOR 400W HPS LAMPS At a distance of 11.7m (A+B), mid-way between fixtures the Illumination level per lamp (165Lux) gotten from the calculation is higher than the recommended value, hence a spacing of 22m between lamps is adequate and within acceptable limits. To achieve required illumination for Perimeter lights, lamp post shall be 70m apart

Lighting Calculation
Date Designed by C.E Checked by O.A Project

DOMGAS PROJECT(AGBADA NAG)

Location

SCREW COMPRESSOR SHED

A. Room data
Length Room Width dimen. Floor Area Ceiling ht. Ceiling Surface Wall reflect. Floor Fixture mounting ht.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

B. Cavity data
15.7 8.1 127.2 8.7 30 20 20 8.7 M M sq M M % % % M

C. Fixture data
9 10 11 12 13

Room cavity Ceiling cavity Floor cavity

Cavity Height Ratio Cavity Height Ratio Cavity Height Ratio

8.7 M 8.1 0.0 M 0.0 0.00 M 0.0

Mfr. Chalmlite Cat. No. PRGI/236/BI

17 18

14 15 16

Lamps per fixture Lumens per lamp Coeff. of Utilization Maintenance factor

2 3350 0.29 0.85

19 20 21 22

D. Lux
No. of fixtures required to produce a given number of Lux Desired lighting level 23

E. Calculating Cavity Ratios


Cavity ratio =
5 x cavity height x (length + width) length x width 5 x line 9 x (line 1 + line 2) line 1 x line 2

150 Lux

ROOM:

5x Lighting level produced by a given number of fixtures Option 25 10 28 a fixtures Option 26 11 29 b fixtures Option 27 12 30 c fixtures CEILING: 129.87
Lux

8.7

x(

15.7 + 15.7 x

8.1 )= 8.1

8.1
(Line 10)

5 x line 11 x (line 1 + line 2) line 1 x line 2

5x FLOOR:
Lux

x(

15.7 + 15.7 x

8.1 )= 8.1

0.0
(Line 12)

142.86 155.84
Lux

5 x line 14 x (line 1 + line 2) line 1 x line 2

5x

x(

15.7 + 15.7 x

8.1 )= 8.1

0.0
(Line 15)

F. Calculating number of fixtures


No. of fixtures = floor area x desired lighting level lamps per fixture x lumens per lamp x coeff. of utilization x maintenance factor line 3 x line 23 line 19 x line 20 x line 21 x line 22

= 2 x

127 3350

x x

150 0.29

= x 0.85

12
(Line 24)

G. Calculating lighting levels (Lux)


Lux = no. of fixtures x lamps per fixture x lumens per lamp x coeff. of utilization x maintenance factor floor area
line 25 x line 19 x line 20 x line 21 x line 22 line 3 =

Option a: Option b: Option b:

10 x 11 x 12 x

2x 2x 2x

line 26 x line 19 x line 20 x line 21 x line 22 line 3 line 27 x line 19 x line 20 x line 21 x line 22 line 3

3350 127 3350 127 3350 127

x x x

0.29 0.29 0.29

x x x

0.85 0.85 0.85

= 129.9
(Line 28)

= 142.9
(Line 29)

= 155.8
(Line 30)

H. Selected Number Of Fixtures


Selected Number of fixtures =

12

NOTES: 1. Illumination Level and Maintenance Factor are Obtained From DEP 33.64.10.10-Gen.(Appendix 9) 2. Coefficient of utilization is obained from Manufacturer Catalogue for Fitting Selected

Lighting Calculation
Date Designed by C.E Checked by O.A Project

DOMGAS PROJECT(AGBADA NAG)

Location

RECIP COMPRESSOR SHED

A. Room data
Length Room Width dimen. Floor Area Ceiling ht. Ceiling Surface Wall reflect. Floor Fixture mounting ht.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

B. Cavity data
15.7 13.8 216.7 8.7 30 20 20 8.7 M M sq M M % % % M

C. Fixture data
9 10 11 12 13

Room cavity Ceiling cavity Floor cavity

Cavity Height Ratio Cavity Height Ratio Cavity Height Ratio

8.7 M 5.9 0.0 M 0.0 0.00 M 0.0

Mfr. Chalmlite Cat. No. PRGI/236/BI

17 18

14 15 16

Lamps per fixture Lumens per lamp Coeff. of Utilization Maintenance factor

2 3350 0.29 0.85

19 20 21 22

D. Lux
No. of fixtures required to produce a given number of Lux Desired lighting level 23

E. Calculating Cavity Ratios


Cavity ratio =
5 x cavity height x (length + width) length x width 5 x line 9 x (line 1 + line 2) line 1 x line 2

150 Lux

ROOM:

5x Lighting level produced by a given number of fixtures Option 25 18 28 a fixtures Option 26 19 29 b fixtures Option 27 20 30 c fixtures CEILING: 137.21
Lux

8.7

x(

15.7 + 15.7 x

13.8 )= 13.8

5.9
(Line 10)

5 x line 11 x (line 1 + line 2) line 1 x line 2

5x FLOOR:
Lux

x(

15.7 + 15.7 x

13.8 )= 13.8

0.0
(Line 12)

144.83 152.46
Lux

5 x line 14 x (line 1 + line 2) line 1 x line 2

5x

x(

15.7 + 15.7 x

13.8 )= 13.8

0.0
(Line 15)

F. Calculating number of fixtures


No. of fixtures = floor area x desired lighting level lamps per fixture x lumens per lamp x coeff. of utilization x maintenance factor line 3 x line 23 line 19 x line 20 x line 21 x line 22

= 2 x

217 3350

x x

150 0.29

= x 0.85

20
(Line 24)

G. Calculating lighting levels (Lux)


Lux = no. of fixtures x lamps per fixture x lumens per lamp x coeff. of utilization x maintenance factor floor area
line 25 x line 19 x line 20 x line 21 x line 22 line 3 =

Option a: Option b: Option b:

18 x 19 x 20 x

2x 2x 2x

line 26 x line 19 x line 20 x line 21 x line 22 line 3 line 27 x line 19 x line 20 x line 21 x line 22 line 3

3350 217 3350 217 3350 217

x x x

0.29 0.29 0.29

x x x

0.85 0.85 0.85

= 137.2
(Line 28)

= 144.8
(Line 29)

= 152.5
(Line 30)

H. Selected Number Of Fixtures


Selected Number of fixtures =

20

NOTES: 1. Illumination Level and Maintenance Factor are Obtained From DEP 33.64.10.10-Gen.(Appendix 9) 2. Coefficient of utilization is obained from Manufacturer Catalogue for Fitting Selected

Lighting Calculation
Date Designed by Checked by Project

DOMGAS PROJECT(AGBADA NAG)

Location

LV SWITCHROOM

C.E

O.A

A. Room data
Length Room Width dimen. Floor Area Ceiling ht. Ceiling Surface Wall reflect. Floor Fixture mounting height.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

B. Cavity data
16.5 5.2 85.8 3.2 50 20 20 3.2 M M sq M M % % % M

C. Fixture data
9 10 11 12 13

Room cavity Ceiling cavity Floor cavity

Cavity Height Ratio Cavity Height Ratio Cavity Height Ratio

3.2 M 4.0 0.0 M 0.0 0.0 M 0.0

Mfr. Chalmlite Cat. No. PRGI/236/BI

17 18

14 15 16

Lamps per fixture Lumens per lamp Coeff. of Utilization Maintenance factor

2 3350 0.32 0.85

19 20 21 22

D. Lux
No. of fixtures required to produce a given number of Lux Desired lighting level 23

E. Calculating Cavity Ratios


Cavity ratio =
5 x cavity height x (length + width) length x width 5 x line 9 x (line 1 + line 2) line 1 x line 2

300

Lux

ROOM:

5x Lighting level produced by a given number of fixtures Option 25 12 28 a fixtures Option 26 14 29 b fixtures Option 27 16 30 c fixtures CEILING: 254.88
Lux

3.2

x(

16.5 16.5

+ x

5.2 )= 5.2

4.0
(Line 10)

5 x line 11 x (line 1 + line 2) line 1 x line 2

5x FLOOR:
Lux

x(

16.5 16.5

+ x

5.2 )= 5.2

0.0
(Line 12)

297.36 339.84
Lux

5 x line 14 x (line 1 + line 2) line 1 x line 2

5x

x(

16.5 16.5

+ x

5.2 )= 5.2

0.0
(Line 15)

F. Calculating number of fixtures


No. of fixtures = floor area x desired lighting level lamps per fixture x lumens per lamp x coeff. of utilization x maintenance factor line 3 x line 23 line 19 x line 20 x line 21 x line 22

= 2 x

86 3350

x x

300 0.32

= x 0.85

14.1
(Line 24)

G. Calculating lighting levels (Lux)


Lux = no. of fixtures x lamps per fixture x lumens per lamp x coeff. of utilization x maintenance factor floor area
line 25 x line 19 x line 20 x line 21 x line 22 line 3 =

Option a: Option b: Option b:

12 x 14 x 16 x

2x 2x 2x

line 26 x line 19 x line 20 x line 21 x line 22 line 3 line 27 x line 19 x line 20 x line 21 x line 22 line 3

3350 86 3350 86 3350 86

x x x

0.32 0.32 0.32

x x x

0.85 0.85 0.85

= = =

254.9
(Line 28)

297.4
(Line 29)

339.8
(Line 30)

H. Selected Number Of Fixtures


Selected Number of fixtures =

16

NOTES: 1. Illumination Level and Maintenance Factor are Obtained From DEP 33.64.10.10-Gen.(Appendix 9) 2. Coefficient of utilization is obained from Manufacturer Catalogue for Fitting Selected

Lighting Calculation
Date Designed by Checked by Project

DOMGAS PROJECT(AGBADA NAG)

Location

MV SWITCHROOM

C.E

O.A

A. Room data
Length Room Width dimen. Floor Area Ceiling ht. Ceiling Surface Wall reflect. Floor Fixture mounting height.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

B. Cavity data
12.5 5.2 65.0 3.2 50 20 20 3.2 M M sq M M % % % M

C. Fixture data
9 10 11 12 13

Room cavity Ceiling cavity Floor cavity

Cavity Height Ratio Cavity Height Ratio Cavity Height Ratio

3.2 M 4.4 0.0 M 0.0 0.0 M 0.0

Mfr. Chalmlite Cat. No. PRGI/236/BI

17 18

14 15 16

Lamps per fixture Lumens per lamp Coeff. of Utilization Maintenance factor

2 3350 0.32 0.85

19 20 21 22

D. Lux
No. of fixtures required to produce a given number of Lux Desired lighting level 23

E. Calculating Cavity Ratios


Cavity ratio =
5 x cavity height x (length + width) length x width 5 x line 9 x (line 1 + line 2) line 1 x line 2

300

Lux

ROOM:

5x Lighting level produced by a given number of fixtures Option 25 8 28 a fixtures Option 26 10 29 b fixtures Option 27 12 30 c fixtures CEILING: 224.30
Lux

3.2

x(

12.5 12.5

+ x

5.2 )= 5.2

4.4
(Line 10)

5 x line 11 x (line 1 + line 2) line 1 x line 2

5x FLOOR:
Lux

x(

12.5 12.5

+ x

5.2 )= 5.2

0.0
(Line 12)

280.37 336.44
Lux

5 x line 14 x (line 1 + line 2) line 1 x line 2

5x

x(

12.5 12.5

+ x

5.2 )= 5.2

0.0
(Line 15)

F. Calculating number of fixtures


No. of fixtures = floor area x desired lighting level lamps per fixture x lumens per lamp x coeff. of utilization x maintenance factor line 3 x line 23 line 19 x line 20 x line 21 x line 22

= 2 x

65 3350

x x

300 0.32

= x 0.85

10.7
(Line 24)

G. Calculating lighting levels (Lux)


Lux = no. of fixtures x lamps per fixture x lumens per lamp x coeff. of utilization x maintenance factor floor area
line 25 x line 19 x line 20 x line 21 x line 22 line 3 =

Option a: Option b: Option b:

8x 10 x 12 x

2x 2x 2x

line 26 x line 19 x line 20 x line 21 x line 22 line 3 line 27 x line 19 x line 20 x line 21 x line 22 line 3

3350 65 3350 65 3350 65

x x x

0.32 0.32 0.32

x x x

0.85 0.85 0.85

= = =

224.3
(Line 28)

280.4
(Line 29)

336.4
(Line 30)

H. Selected Number Of Fixtures


Selected Number of fixtures =

12

NOTES: 1. Illumination Level and Maintenance Factor are Obtained From DEP 33.64.10.10-Gen.(Appendix 9) 2. Coefficient of utilization is obained from Manufacturer Catalogue for Fitting Selected

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Location

BATTERY ROOM

C.E

O.A

A. Room data
Length Room Width dimen. Floor Area Ceiling ht. Ceiling Surface Wall reflect. Floor Fixture mounting height.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

B. Cavity data
5.2 4.1 21.3 3.2 50 20 20 3.2 M M sq M M % % % M

C. Fixture data
9 10 11 12 13

Room cavity Ceiling cavity Floor cavity

Cavity Height Ratio Cavity Height Ratio Cavity Height Ratio

3.2 M 7.0 0.0 M 0.0 0.0 M 0.0

Mfr. Chalmlite Cat. No. PRGI/236/BI

17 18

14 15 16

Lamps per fixture Lumens per lamp Coeff. of Utilization Maintenance factor

2 3350 0.32 0.85

19 20 21 22

D. Lux
No. of fixtures required to produce a given number of Lux Desired lighting level 23

E. Calculating Cavity Ratios


Cavity ratio =
5 x cavity height x (length + width) length x width 5 x line 9 x (line 1 + line 2) line 1 x line 2

200

Lux

ROOM:

5x Lighting level produced by a given number of fixtures Option 25 1 28 a fixtures Option 26 2 29 b fixtures Option 27 3 30 c fixtures CEILING: 85.48
Lux

3.2

x(

5.2 + 5.2 x

4.1 )= 4.1

7.0
(Line 10)

5 x line 11 x (line 1 + line 2) line 1 x line 2

5x FLOOR:
Lux

x(

5.2 + 5.2 x

4.1 )= 4.1

0.0
(Line 12)

170.96 256.44
Lux

5 x line 14 x (line 1 + line 2) line 1 x line 2

5x

x(

5.2 + 5.2 x

4.1 )= 4.1

0.0
(Line 15)

F. Calculating number of fixtures


No. of fixtures = floor area x desired lighting level lamps per fixture x lumens per lamp x coeff. of utilization x maintenance factor line 3 x line 23 line 19 x line 20 x line 21 x line 22

= 2 x

21 3350

x x

200 0.32

= x 0.85

2.3
(Line 24)

G. Calculating lighting levels (Lux)


Lux = no. of fixtures x lamps per fixture x lumens per lamp x coeff. of utilization x maintenance factor floor area
line 25 x line 19 x line 20 x line 21 x line 22 line 3 =

Option a: Option b: Option b:

1x 2x 3x

2x 2x 2x

line 26 x line 19 x line 20 x line 21 x line 22 line 3 line 27 x line 19 x line 20 x line 21 x line 22 line 3

3350 21 3350 21 3350 21

x x x

0.32 0.32 0.32

x x x

0.85 0.85 0.85

= = =

85.5
(Line 28)

171.0
(Line 29)

256.4
(Line 30)

H. Selected Number Of Fixtures


Selected Number of fixtures =

NOTES: 1. Illumination Level and Maintenance Factor are Obtained From DEP 33.64.10.10-Gen.(Appendix 9) 2. Coefficient of utilization is obained from Manufacturer Catalogue for Fitting Selected

Lighting Calculation
Date Designed by Checked by Project

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Location

FIELD AUXILIARY ROOM

C.E

O.A

A. Room data
Length Room Width dimen. Floor Area Ceiling ht. Ceiling Surface Wall reflect. Floor Fixture mounting height.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

B. Cavity data
17.8 6.0 106.8 3.2 50 20 20 3.2 M M sq M M % % % M

C. Fixture data
9 10 11 12 13

Room cavity Ceiling cavity Floor cavity

Cavity Height Ratio Cavity Height Ratio Cavity Height Ratio

3.2 M 3.6 0.0 M 0.0 0.0 M 0.0

Mfr. Chalmlite Cat. No. PRGI/236/BI

17 18

14 15 16

Lamps per fixture Lumens per lamp Coeff. of Utilization Maintenance factor

2 3350 0.32 0.85

19 20 21 22

D. Lux
No. of fixtures required to produce a given number of Lux Desired lighting level 23

E. Calculating Cavity Ratios


Cavity ratio =
5 x cavity height x (length + width) length x width 5 x line 9 x (line 1 + line 2) line 1 x line 2

300

Lux

ROOM:

5x Lighting level produced by a given number of fixtures Option 25 16 28 a fixtures Option 26 17 29 b fixtures Option 27 18 30 c fixtures CEILING: 273.02
Lux

3.2

x(

17.8 17.8

+ x

6.0 )= 6.0

3.6
(Line 10)

5 x line 11 x (line 1 + line 2) line 1 x line 2

5x FLOOR:
Lux

x(

17.8 17.8

+ x

6.0 )= 6.0

0.0
(Line 12)

290.08 307.15
Lux

5 x line 14 x (line 1 + line 2) line 1 x line 2

5x

x(

17.8 17.8

+ x

6.0 )= 6.0

0.0
(Line 15)

F. Calculating number of fixtures


No. of fixtures = floor area x desired lighting level lamps per fixture x lumens per lamp x coeff. of utilization x maintenance factor line 3 x line 23 line 19 x line 20 x line 21 x line 22

= 2 x

107 3350

x x

300 0.32

= x 0.85

17.6
(Line 24)

G. Calculating lighting levels (Lux)


Lux = no. of fixtures x lamps per fixture x lumens per lamp x coeff. of utilization x maintenance factor floor area
line 25 x line 19 x line 20 x line 21 x line 22 line 3 =

Option a: Option b: Option b:

16 x 17 x 18 x

2x 2x 2x

line 26 x line 19 x line 20 x line 21 x line 22 line 3 line 27 x line 19 x line 20 x line 21 x line 22 line 3

3350 107 3350 107 3350 107

x x x

0.32 0.32 0.32

x x x

0.85 0.85 0.85

= = =

273.0
(Line 28)

290.1
(Line 29)

307.1
(Line 30)

H. Selected Number Of Fixtures


Selected Number of fixtures =

18

NOTES: 1. Illumination Level and Maintenance Factor are Obtained From DEP 33.64.10.10-Gen.(Appendix 9) 2. Coefficient of utilization is obained from Manufacturer Catalogue for Fitting Selected

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BASIS OF DESIGN

For three phase loads, Full load current

I FLA

KW 3 V Cos

Where: V Cos KW IFLA = = = Voltage Power Factor Kilowatt Power Full Load Current

For single phase loads,

I FLA

KW V Cos

For three phase loads, Motor Running Voltage drop

Vd 3

I FLA x L x 3 ( RC Cos X C Sin ) 1000


6 I FLA x L x 3 ( RC Cos st X C Sin st ) 1000

Motor Starting Voltage drop For single phase loads Voltage drop For DC loads Voltage drop Where: L = Cable Length

Vd 3 ( st )

Vd 1
V DC

I FLA x L x 2 ( RC Cos X C Sin ) 1000


I FLA x 2 x L x R DC 1000
Cosst = Starting Power Factor RDC = DC Resistance = (mV/Amp/meter)

RC = AC Cable Resistance XC = Cable Reactance

( RC Cos X C Sin ) V 1000


For three phase loads Cable size to meet short circuit rating Where: ISC = Short Circuit Current t = Time to clear short circuit fault

Sa

I SC x K

K = Cable material factor (143 for XLPE & 115 for PVC) Sa = Minimum cable area (mm2)

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ELECTRICAL CABLE SIZING CALCULATION

Cable Service: Main (Gas) Generators outgoing cable Cable Tag: P-2500, P-2501, P-2502

Equipment Rating: System Voltage: Feeder Fuse/MCCB Rating: Installation Method:

1531 6600 200 Air:

kW V A

Equipment Power Factor: Design Current: Cable Run Distance: Dir. buried: 10 kA for X 1 Sec

0.80 167.41 60 Ducts: K-Factor 143 A m

Maximum Short Circuit Rating :

Conductor Size:

Ampacity 275

mV/A/M 0.61

Conductor Line Resistance(/m): 0.342

Conductor Line Reactance(/m): 0.079

70

Number of cables in parallel: Number of cores of cable: Correction Factors: Ground Temperature: Number of Cables in Group: 25 9 C

1 3

Correction Factor: Correction Factor: Overall Correction Factor:

0.96 0.84 0.81

Cable Ampacity after correction: Voltage Drop: Allowable Volt Drop : Percentage Volt Drop : Is selected cable adequate ?:

221.76

132 0.11 YES

V %

Volt Drop :

7.32

SELECTED CABLE SIZE IS

Nos,

core

70

mm

Cable size based on short circuit rating 69.9301 Cable Type: 6600/10000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Cable Data Source: NEXANS KABELMETAL NIGERIA

Is selected cable adequate ?: YES

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Cable Service: Emergency (Diesel) Generators outgoing cable Cable Tag: P-2504

Equipment Rating: System Voltage: Feeder Fuse/MCCB Rating: Installation Method:

400 400 800 Air:

kW V A

Equipment Power Factor: Design Current: Cable Run Distance: Dir. buried: 22 kA for X 1 Sec

0.80 721.71 60 Ducts: K-Factor 143 A m

Short Cicuit Rating of System:

Conductor Size:

Ampacity 501

mV/A/M 0.21

Conductor Line Resistance(/m): 0.099

Conductor Line Reactance(/m): 0.077

240

Number of cables in parallel: Number of cores of cable: Correction Factors: Ground Temperature: Number of Cables in Group: 25 9 C

2 4

Correction Factor: Correction Factor: Overall Correction Factor:

0.96 0.84 0.81

Cable Ampacity after correction: Voltage Drop: Allowable Volt Drop : Percentage Volt Drop : Is selected cable adequate ?:

808.0128

8 1.26 YES

V %

Volt Drop :

5.04

SELECTED CABLE SIZE IS Cable size based on short circuit rating Cable Type: 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Cable Data Source:

2 153.8

Nos,

core

240 mm

Is selected cable adequate ?: YES

NEXANS KABELMETAL NIGERIA

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ELECTRICAL CABLE SIZING CALCULATION

Cable Service: SCREW COMPRESSOR MOTOR FEEDER Cable Tag: P-2505

Equipment Rating: System Voltage: Feeder Fuse/MCCB Rating: Installation Method:

635 6600 100 Air:

kW V A X 10

Motor Running Power Factor: Motor Starting Power Factor: Design Current: Cable Run Distance: Dir. buried: KA for 1 Sec

0.80 0.35 69.44 250 Ducts: K-Factor 143 A m

Short Cicuit Rating of Selected cable:

Conductor Size:

Ampacity 275

mV/A/M 0.61

Conductor Line Resistance(/m): 0.342

Conductor Line Reactance(/m): 0.079

70

Number of cables in parallel: Number of cores of cable: Correction Factors: Ground Temperature: Number of Cables in Group: 35 6 C

1 3

Correction Factor: Correction Factor: Overall Correction Factor:

0.96 0.86 0.83

A. MOTOR RUNNING Cable Ampacity after correction: Voltage Drop: Allowable Volt Drop : Percentage Volt Drop : Is selected cable adequate ?: 198 0.23 YES 1 Nos, 3 core X 70 mm V % Volt Drop : 15.25 V 227.04 A

SELECTED CABLE SIZE IS B. MOTOR STARTING Motor Starting Curent (6.5FLC): Motor starting Voltage Drop: Allowable Volt Drop : Percentage Volt Drop : Is selected cable adequate ?: 660 0.35 YES V % 451.3 A

Volt Drop :

23.39

SELECTED CABLE SIZE IS Cable size based on short circuit rating Cable Type: Cable Data Source:

1 69.9

Nos,

core

70

mm

Is selected cable adequate ?: YES

6600/10000V XLPE/SWA/PVC NEXANS KABELMETAL NIGERIA

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ELECTRICAL CABLE SIZING CALCULATION

Cable Service: REFRIGERANT COMPRESSOR MOTOR Cable Tag: P-2506/07

Equipment Rating: System Voltage: Feeder Fuse/MCCB Rating: Installation Method:

450 6600 63 Air:

kW V A X 10

Motor Running Power Factor: Motor Starting Power Factor: Design Current: Cable Run Distance: Dir. buried: KA for 1 Sec

0.80 0.35 49.21 250 Ducts: K-Factor 143 A m

Short Cicuit Rating of Selected cable:

Conductor Size:

Ampacity 275

mV/A/M 0.61

Conductor Line Resistance(/m): 0.342

Conductor Line Reactance(/m): 0.079

70

Number of cables in parallel: Number of cores of cable: Correction Factors: Ground Temperature: Number of Cables in Group: 35 6 C

1 3

Correction Factor: Correction Factor: Overall Correction Factor:

0.96 0.86 0.83

A. MOTOR RUNNING Cable Ampacity after correction: Voltage Drop: Allowable Volt Drop : Percentage Volt Drop : Is selected cable adequate ?: 198 0.15 YES 1 Nos, 3 core X 70 mm V % Volt Drop : 9.61 V 227.04 A

SELECTED CABLE SIZE IS B. MOTOR STARTING Motor Starting Curent (6.5FLC): Motor starting Voltage Drop: Allowable Volt Drop : Percentage Volt Drop : Is selected cable adequate ?: 660 0.25 YES V % 319.8 A

Volt Drop :

16.58

SELECTED CABLE SIZE IS Cable size based on short circuit rating Cable Type: Cable Data Source:

1 69.9

Nos,

core

70

mm

Is selected cable adequate ?: YES

6600/10000V XLPE/SWA/PVC NEXANS KABELMETAL NIGERIA

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ELECTRICAL CABLE SIZING CALCULATION

Cable Service: Step Down Transformer (TR-01/02) Feeder cable Cable Tag: P-2510/11

Equipment Rating: System Voltage: Feeder Fuse/MCCB Rating: Installation Method:

1000 6600 150 Air:

kW V A

Equipment Power Factor: Design Current: Cable Run Distance: Dir. buried: 10 kA for X 1 Sec

0.80 109.35 60 Ducts: K-Factor 143 A m

Maximum Short Circuit Rating :

Conductor Size:

Ampacity 275

mV/A/M 0.61

Conductor Line Resistance(/m): 0.342

Conductor Line Reactance(/m): 0.079

70

Number of cables in parallel: Number of cores of cable: Correction Factors: Ground Temperature: Number of Cables in Group: 25 9 C

1 3

Correction Factor: Correction Factor: Overall Correction Factor:

0.96 0.84 0.81

Cable Ampacity after correction: Voltage Drop: Allowable Volt Drop : Percentage Volt Drop : Is selected cable adequate ?:

221.76

132 0.08 YES

V %

Volt Drop :

5.49

SELECTED CABLE SIZE IS Cable size based on short circuit rating Cable Type: 6600/10000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Cable Data Source: NEXANS KABELMETAL NIGERIA

1 69.9

Nos,

core

70

mm

Is selected cable adequate ?: YES

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ELECTRICAL CABLE SIZING CALCULATION

Cable Service: Step Down Transformer (TR-01/02) Feeder cable Cable Tag: P-2512/13

Equipment Rating: System Voltage: Feeder Fuse/MCCB Rating: Installation Method:

1000 400 2000 Air:

kW V A

Equipment Power Factor: Design Current: Cable Run Distance: Dir. buried: 40 kA for X 1 Sec

0.80 1804.27 60 Ducts: K-Factor 143 A m

Maximum Short Circuit Rating :

Conductor Size:

Ampacity 663

mV/A/M 0.19

Conductor Line Resistance(/m): 0.0641

Conductor Line Reactance(/m): 0.093

400

Number of cables in parallel: Number of cores of cable: Correction Factors: Ground Temperature: Number of Cables in Group: 25 9 C

4 1

Correction Factor: Correction Factor: Overall Correction Factor:

0.96 0.84 0.81

Cable Ampacity after correction: Voltage Drop: Allowable Volt Drop : Percentage Volt Drop : Is selected cable adequate ?:

2138.5728

8 1.43 YES

V %

Volt Drop :

5.70

SELECTED CABLE SIZE IS Cable size based on short circuit rating Cable Type: 600/1000V XLPE/AWA/PVC Cable Data Source: NEXANS KABELMETAL NIGERIA

4 279.72

Nos,

core

400 mm

Is selected cable adequate ?: YES

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APPENDIX A

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APPENDIX A

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APPENDIX A

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ELECTRICAL CABLE SIZING CALCULATION

APPENDIX A

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APPENDIX A

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ELECTRICAL CABLE SIZING CLACULATION

CONTRACTOR: CLIENT PROJECT FACILITY CONTRACT NO.: DOCUMENT DOMGAS PROJECT AGBAGA NAG ELECTRICAL CABLE LIST

REV.: C01
CABLE S/N TAG FROM EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION EQUIPMENT TAG EQUIPMENT LOCATION GLAND SIZE TYPE EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION TO EQUIPMENT TAG EQUIPMENT LOCATION GLAND SERVICE QUANTITY OF CONDUCTORS AND SIZE POWER CONTROL NUMBER OF CABLES SIZE TYPE VOLTAGE

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CABLE TYPE ESTIMATED CABLE LENGTH (m) REMARK

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44

POWER CABLES P-2500 P-2501 P-2502 P-2505 P-2506 P-2507 P-2510 P-2511 P-2512/1 P-2512/2 P-2512/3 P-2512/4 P-2512/5 P-2512/6 P-2512/7 P-2512/8 P-2512/19 P-2512/10 P-2512/11 P-2512/12 P-2512/13 P-2512/14 P-2513/1 P-2513/2 P-2513/3 P-2513/4 P-2513/5 P-2513/6 P-2513/7 P-2513/8 P-2513/9 P-2513/10 P-2513/11 P-2513/12 P-2513/13 P-2513/14 P-2504/1 P-2504/2 P-2509/1 P-2509/2

1914KVA GAS GENERATOR 1914KVA GAS GENERATOR 1914KVA GAS GENERATOR 6.6KV SWITCHBOARD 6.6KV SWITCHBOARD 6.6KV SWITCHBOARD 6.6KV SWITCHBOARD 6.6KV SWITCHBOARD STEP-DOWN TRANSFORMER STEP-DOWN TRANSFORMER STEP-DOWN TRANSFORMER STEP-DOWN TRANSFORMER STEP-DOWN TRANSFORMER STEP-DOWN TRANSFORMER STEP-DOWN TRANSFORMER STEP-DOWN TRANSFORMER STEP-DOWN TRANSFORMER STEP-DOWN TRANSFORMER STEP-DOWN TRANSFORMER STEP-DOWN TRANSFORMER STEP-DOWN TRANSFORMER STEP-DOWN TRANSFORMER STEP-DOWN TRANSFORMER STEP-DOWN TRANSFORMER STEP-DOWN TRANSFORMER STEP-DOWN TRANSFORMER STEP-DOWN TRANSFORMER STEP-DOWN TRANSFORMER STEP-DOWN TRANSFORMER STEP-DOWN TRANSFORMER STEP-DOWN TRANSFORMER STEP-DOWN TRANSFORMER STEP-DOWN TRANSFORMER STEP-DOWN TRANSFORMER STEP-DOWN TRANSFORMER STEP-DOWN TRANSFORMER 500KVA DIESEL GENERATOR 500KVA DIESEL GENERATOR 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD

G-8201A G-8201B G-8201C SB100D1 SB100D1 SB100D1 SB100D1 SB100D1 TR-01 TR-01 TR-01 TR-01 TR-01 TR-01 TR-01 TR-01 TR-01 TR-01 TR-01 TR-01 TR-01 TR-01 TR-02 TR-02 TR-02 TR-02 TR-02 TR-02 TR-02 TR-02 TR-02 TR-02 TR-02 TR-02 TR-02 TR-02 G-8301 G-8301 SB100E1 SB100E1

GENERATOR HOUSE GENERATOR HOUSE GENERATOR HOUSE MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR GENERATOR HOUSE GENERATOR HOUSE MCC ROOM MCC ROOM

63 63 63 63 63 63 63 63 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 63 63 63 63

E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W

6.6KV SWITCHBOARD 6.6KV SWITCHBOARD 6.6KV SWITCHBOARD SCREW COMPRESSOR DRIVER REFRIGERANT COMPRESSOR MOTOR REFRIGERANT COMPRESSOR MOTOR STEP-DOWN TRANSFORMER STEP-DOWN TRANSFORMER 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V EMERGENCY SWITCHBOARD 400V EMERGENCY SWITCHBOARD 400V EMERGENCY SWITCHBOARD 400V EMERGENCY SWITCHBOARD

SB100D1 SB100D1 SB100D1 KM-1100 KM-2010 KM-2020 TR-01 TR-02 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E2 SB100E2 SB100E2 SB100E2

MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM

63 63 63 63 63 63 63 63 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 50 63 63 63 63

E1W E1W E1W E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W

6600V 6600V 6600V 6600V 6600V 6600V 6600V 6600V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V

3CX70mm2 3CX70mm2 3CX70mm2 3CX70mm2 3CX70mm3 3CX70mm4 3CX70mm


2

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1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

XLPE/CuT/SWA/PVC XLPE/CuT/SWA/PVC XLPE/CuT/SWA/PVC XLPE/CuT/SWA/PVC XLPE/CuT/SWA/PVC XLPE/CuT/SWA/PVC XLPE/CuT/SWA/PVC XLPE/CuT/SWA/PVC XLPE/AWA/PVC XLPE/AWA/PVC XLPE/AWA/PVC XLPE/AWA/PVC XLPE/AWA/PVC XLPE/AWA/PVC XLPE/AWA/PVC XLPE/AWA/PVC XLPE/AWA/PVC XLPE/AWA/PVC XLPE/AWA/PVC XLPE/AWA/PVC XLPE/AWA/PVC XLPE/AWA/PVC XLPE/AWA/PVC XLPE/AWA/PVC XLPE/AWA/PVC XLPE/AWA/PVC XLPE/AWA/PVC XLPE/AWA/PVC XLPE/AWA/PVC XLPE/AWA/PVC XLPE/AWA/PVC XLPE/AWA/PVC XLPE/AWA/PVC XLPE/AWA/PVC XLPE/AWA/PVC XLPE/AWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC

60 60 60 220 230 235 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 60 30 30

Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried- To be accomodated with METS cable Cable buried- To be accomodated with METS cable Cable buried- To be accomodated with METS cable Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope

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3CX70mm2 1CX400mm2 1CX400mm 1CX400mm2 1CX400mm2 1CX400mm


2 2

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4 Cables in parallel per phase Cable buried - METS scope

1CX400mm2 1CX400mm2 1CX400mm2 1CX400mm


2

4 Cables in parallel per phase Cable buried - METS scope

1CX400mm2 1CX400mm2 1CX400mm2 1CX400mm2 1CX400mm2 1CX400mm2 1CX400mm


2

4 Cables in parallel per phase Cable buried - METS scope NEUTRAL CABLE NEUTRAL CABLE

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1CX400mm2 1CX400mm2 1CX400mm2 1CX400mm2 1CX400mm2 1CX400mm2 1CX400mm


2

4 Cables in parallel per phase Cable buried - METS scope

4 Cables in parallel per phase Cable buried - METS scope

1CX400mm2 1CX400mm2 1CX400mm2 1CX400mm


2

4 Cables in parallel per phase Cable buried - METS scope

NEUTRAL CABLE NEUTRAL CABLE 2 Cables in parallel per phase Cable buried - METS scope 2 Cables in parallel per phase Switchroom internal cabling

1CX400mm2 4CX240mm2 4CX240mm 4CX240mm


2

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4CX240mm2
2

NOTES:

1. E1W - NON-HAZARDOUS AREA GLAND TYPE 2. E1FW - HAZARDOUS AREA GLAND TYPE

CONTRACTOR: CLIENT PROJECT FACILITY CONTRACT NO.: DOCUMENT DOMGAS PROJECT AGBADA NAG ELECTRICAL CABLE LIST

REV.: C01
CABLE S/N TAG FROM EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION EQUIPMENT TAG SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 EQUIPMENT LOCATION MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 40 40 40 40 25 25 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 40 40 40 40 20 20 40 40 40 40 20 20 20 20 E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W GLAND SIZE TYPE EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION TO EQUIPMENT TAG P-5701A P-5701B P-5702A P-5702B EM-3110A EM-3110B EM-3110C EM-3120A EM-3120B EM-3120C PM-3110A PM-3110B PM-3120A PM-3120B EM-1100 PM-1101 EM-6110 EM-6120 EM-2610A EM-2610B EM-2620A EM-2620B EM-2613 EM-2623 EM-2611A EM-2611B EM-2621A EM-2621B EM-6110A EM-6110B EM-6120A EM-6120B P-2010 P-2020 EM-2014A EM-2014B EM-2024A EM-2024B P-4300A P-4300B P-4301A P-4301B EQUIPMENT LOCATION OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 40 40 40 40 25 25 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 40 40 40 40 20 20 40 40 40 40 20 20 20 20 E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V GLAND SIZE SERVICE QUANTITY OF CONDUCTORS AND SIZE POWER 3CX16mm2 3CX16mm2 3CX16mm2 3CX16mm
2

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NUMBER OF CABLES CABLE TYPE ESTIMATED CABLE LENGTH (m) 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC 140 140 140 140 290 290 290 290 290 290 280 280 280 280 240 240 240 235 245 245 245 245 245 245 245 245 245 245 255 255 260 260 250 255 250 250 255 255 275 275 275 275

TYPE VOLTAGE

CONTROL
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45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76 77 78 79 80 81 82 83 84 85 86

POWER CABLES CONTINUES P-2515 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD P-2516 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD P-2517 P-2518 P-2519A P-2519B P-2519C P-2520A P-2520B P-2520C P-2521 P-2522 P-2523 P-2524 P-2525 P-2526 P-2527 P-2528 P-2529 P-2530 P-2531 P-2532 P-2533 P-2534 P-2535 P-2536 P-2537 P-2538 P-2539 P-2540 P-2541 P-2542 P-2543 P-2544 P-2545 P-2546 P-2547 P-2548 P-2549 P-2550 P-2551 P-2552 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD

CLOSE DRAIN PUMP CLOSE DRAIN PUMP OPEN DRAIN PUMP OPEN DRAIN PUMP TRAIN 1 INLET COOLER MOTOR TRAIN 1 INLET COOLER MOTOR TRAIN 1 INLET COOLER MOTOR TRAIN 2 INLET COOLER MOTOR TRAIN 2 INLET COOLER MOTOR TRAIN 2 INLET COOLER MOTOR TRAIN 1 CONDENSATE EXPORT PUMP TRAIN 1 CONDENSATE EXPORT PUMP TRAIN 2 CONDENSATE EXPORT PUMP TRAIN 2 CONDENSATE EXPORT PUMP SCREW COMPR RECYCLE GAS COOLER SCREW COMPR LUBE OIL PUMP TRAIN 1 HEAT TRIM COOLER MOTOR TRAIN 2 HEAT TRIM COOLER MOTOR TRAIN 1 GLYCOL INJECTION PUMP TRAIN 1 GLYCOL INJECTION PUMP TRAIN 2 GLYCOL INJECTION PUMP TRAIN 2 GLYCOL INJECTION PUMP TRAIN 1 GLYCOL VAPOUR CONDENSER TRAIN 2 GLYCOL VAPOUR CONDENSER TRAIN 1 CONDENSED WATER PUMP TRAIN 1 CONDENSED WATER PUMP TRAIN 2 CONDENSED WATER PUMP TRAIN 2 CONDENSED WATER PUMP TRAIN 1 HEAT MEDIUM PUMP TRAIN 1 HEAT MEDIUM PUMP TRAIN 2 HEAT MEDIUM PUMP TRAIN 2 HEAT MEDIUM PUMP TRAIN 1 COMPR LUBE OIL CIRC PUMP TRAIN 2 COMPR LUBE OIL CIRC PUMP TRAIN 1 REFRIGERANT CONDENSER TRAIN 1 REFRIGERANT CONDENSER TRAIN 2 REFRIGERANT CONDENSER TRAIN 2 REFRIGERANT CONDENSER HP K.O VESSEL PUMP HP K.O VESSEL PUMP LP K.O VESSEL PUMP LP K.O VESSEL PUMP

3CX25mm2 3CX25mm2 3CX25mm2 3CX25mm2 3CX25mm2 3CX25mm2 3CX95mm 3CX95mm


2 2

3CX95mm2 3CX95mm2 3CX35mm2 3CX16mm2 3CX4mm2 3CX4mm


2 2

3CX10mm

3CX10mm2 3CX10mm2 3CX10mm2 3CX6mm


2

3CX6mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX95mm2 3CX95mm2 3CX95mm2 3CX95mm2 3CX10mm2 3CX10mm2 3CX70mm2 3CX70mm2 3CX70mm2 3CX70mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2

NOTES:

1. E1W - NON-HAZARDOUS AREA GLAND TYPE 2. E1FW - HAZARDOUS AREA GLAND TYPE

CONTRACTOR: CLIENT PROJECT FACILITY CONTRACT NO.: DOCUMENT DOMGAS PROJECT AGBADA NAG ELECTRICAL CABLE LIST

REV.:C01
CABLE S/N TAG FROM EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION EQUIPMENT TAG SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E2 SB100E2 SB100E2 SB100E2 SB100E2 SB100E1 SB100E2 SB100E1 SB100E2 SB100E1 SB100E2 SB100E1 SB100E2 SB100E1 SB100E2 SB100E1 SB100E2 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E2 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 EQUIPMENT LOCATION MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM 50 50 25 25 25 32 32 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 32 20 32 32 20 20 25 25 20 20 20 40 40 20 20 32 32 32 32 25 25 50 25 20 E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W GLAND SIZE TYPE EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION TO EQUIPMENT TAG WO-1 WO-2 DB-1 DB-7 DB-4 UP-225A UP-225B UP-225 DB-2 DB-5 DB-3 HVAC 1A HVAC 1B HVAC 2A HVAC 2B CP-1750 P-6201 A-4610 A-4620 EM-4610 EM-4620 P-5901A P-5901B 28-MOV-480 28-MOV-482 28-MOV-582 EM-2750 EM-2751
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QUANTITY OF CONDUCTORS AND SIZE POWER CONTROL
2 2

GLAND EQUIPMENT LOCATION OUTDOOR OUTDOOR MCC ROOM FAR ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM OUTDOOR OUTDOOR GENERATOR HOUSE GENERATOR HOUSE GENERATOR HOUSE GENERATOR HOUSE OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR GENERATOR HOUSE GENERATOR HOUSE GENERATOR HOUSE GENERATOR HOUSE FAR ROOM FAR ROOM OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR 50 50 25 25 25 32 32 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 25 32 20 32 32 20 20 25 25 20 20 20 40 40 20 20 32 32 32 32 25 25 50 25 20 E1FW E1FW E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1FW E1FW E1W E1W E1W E1W E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW

SERVICE

NUMBER OF CABLES

CABLE TYPE

ESTIMATED CABLE LENGTH (m)

REMARK

SIZE TYPE VOLTAGE

87 88 89 90 91 92 93 94 95 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 103 104 105 106 107 108 109 110 111 112 113 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 124 125 126

POWER CABLES CONTINUES P-2555 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD P-2556 P-2557 P-2558 P-2559 P-2560 P-2561 P-2562 P-2563 P-2564 P-2565 P-2570 P-2571 P-2572 P-2573 P-2574 P-2575 P-2578 P-2579 P-2580 P-2581 P-2582 P-2583 P-2590 P-2591 P-2592 P-2595 P-2596 P-2597 P-2598 P-2599 P-2600 P-2601 P-2602 P-2603 P-2604 P-2605 P-2606 P-2607 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD LV EMERGENCY SWITCHBOARD LV EMERGENCY SWITCHBOARD LV EMERGENCY SWITCHBOARD LV EMERGENCY SWITCHBOARD LV EMERGENCY SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD LV EMERGENCY SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD LV EMERGENCY SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD LV EMERGENCY SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD LV EMERGENCY SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD LV EMERGENCY SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD LV EMERGENCY SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD LV EMERGENCY SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD NOTES:

WELDING SOCKET WELDING SOCKET OUTDOOR LIGHTING DB CONTROL BLDG LIGHT/POWER DB ELECTRICAL BLDG LIGHT/POWER DB UPS (AC) 1 UPS (AC) 2 UPS (AC) BYPASS ANTI-CONDENSATION HEATER DB ANTI-CONDENSATION HEATER DB POWER PLANT AUXILIARY DB CONTROL BLDG HVAC

400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V 400V

5CX70mm 5CX70mm 4CX10mm

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC

120 150 30 30 30 50 50 50 30 30 30 50 50 50 50 150 100 60 60 60 60 120 120 150 150 150 240 240 240 235 60 60 60 60 50 50 200 200 200

Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Switchroom internal cabling FAR room internal cabling - METS scope Switchroom internal cabling - METS scope Switchroom internal cabling Switchroom internal cabling Switchroom internal cabling Switchroom internal cabling Switchroom internal cabling Switchroom internal cabling Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope

4CX10mm2
2

4CX16mm2 4CX50mm2 4CX50mm2 4CX35mm2 4CX10mm2 4CX10mm2 4CX10mm2 4CX35mm2 4CX35mm2 4CX35mm2 4CX35mm2 4CX25mm2 3CX6mm2 3CX50mm2 3CX50mm2 2 3CX2.5mm 3CX2.5mm2 3CX25mm2 3CX25mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX70mm2 3CX70mm2 3CX10mm 3CX50mm
2

E1W CONTROL BLDG HVAC E1W ELECTRICAL BLDG HVAC E1W ELECTRICAL BLDG HVAC E1W CATHODIC PROTECTION E1W DIESEL LOADING PUMP E1W INSTRUMENT AIR COMPRESSOR E1W INSTRUMENT AIR COMPRESSOR E1W INSTRUMENT AIR COMPR AFTERCOOLER E1W INSTRUMENT AIR COMPR AFTERCOOLER E1W WELL WATER PUMP E1W WELL WATER PUMP E1W TRAIN 1 MOTOR OPERATED VALVE E1W TRAIN 2 MOTOR OPERATED VALVE E1W FLOW CONTROL MOV E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W RECIP COMPR RECYCLE GAS COOLER RECIP COMPR RECYCLE GAS COOLER TRAIN 1 BURNER BLOWER TRAIN 2 BURNER BLOWER WELDING SOCKET G-8201A, 225A DISTRIBUTION BOARD G-8201B, 225A DISTRIBUTION BOARD G-8201C, 225A DISTRIBUTION BOARD 63A TELECOM GEARSWITCH 63A TELECOM GEARSWITCH AGBADA 2 BOOSTER COMPRESSOR AGBADA 2 BOOSTER COMPR. COOLER AGBADA 2 BOOSTER COMPR GLYCOL

3CX10mm2
2

WO-3
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4CX35mm2 4CX35mm2 4CX35mm2 4CX25mm2 4CX25mm2 3CX185mm2 3CX10mm2 3CX4mm2

KM-1101 EM-1101 PM-1102

1. E1W - NON-HAZARDOUS AREA GLAND TYPE 2. E1FW - HAZARDOUS AREA GLAND TYPE

CONTRACTOR: CLIENT PROJECT FACILITY CONTRACT NO.: DOCUMENT DOMGAS PROJECT AGBADA NAG ELECTRICAL CABLE LIST

REV.: C01
CABLE S/N TAG CONTROL CABLES C-3500 C-3501 C-3502 C-3503 C-3504A C-3504B C-3504C C-3505A C-3505B C-3505C C-3506 C-3507 C-3508 C-3509 C-3510 C-3511 C-3512 C-3513 C-3514 C-3515 C-3516 C-3517 C-3518 C-3519 C-3520 C-3521 C-3522 C-3523 C-3524 C-3525 C-3526 C-3527 C-3528 C-3529 C-3530 C-3531 C-3532 C-3533 C-3534 C-3535 C-3536 C-3537 C-3538 C-3541 C-3542 C-3543 C-3544 C-3545 C-3546 C-3547 C-3548 C-3549 C-3550 C-3551 C-3552 C-3553 C-3600 C-3601 C-3602 FROM EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION EQUIPMENT TAG SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E2 SB100E1 SB100E2 SB100E1 SB100E2 SB100E1 SB100E2 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 SB100E1 EQUIPMENT LOCATION MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W GLAND SIZE TYPE EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION TO EQUIPMENT TAG P-5701A P-5701B P-5702A P-5702B EM-3110A EM-3110B EM-3110C EM-3120A EM-3120B EM-3120C PM-3110A PM-3110B PM-3120A PM-3120B EM-1100 PM-1101 EM-6110 EM-6120 EM-2610A EM-2610B EM-2620A EM-2620B EM-2613 EM-2623 EM-2611A EM-2611B EM-2621A EM-2621B EM-6110A EM-6110B EM-6120A EM-6120B P-2010 P-2020 EM-2014A EM-2014B EM-2024A EM-2024B P-4300A P-4300B P-4301A P-4301B P-6201 A-4610 A-4620 EM-4610 EM-4620 P-5901A P-5901B EM-2750 EM-2751
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QUANTITY OF CONDUCTORS AND SIZE POWER CONTROL 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm
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GLAND EQUIPMENT LOCATION OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR GENERATOR HOUSE GENERATOR HOUSE GENERATOR HOUSE GENERATOR HOUSE OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1W E1W E1W E1W E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW

SERVICE

NUMBER OF CABLES

CABLE TYPE

ESTIMATED CABLE LENGTH (m)

REMARK

SIZE TYPE VOLTAGE

127 128 129 130 131 132 133 134 135 136 137 138 139 140 141 142 143 144 145 146 147 148 149 150 151 152 153 154 155 156 157 158 159 160 161 162 163 164 165 166 167 168 169 170 171 172 173 174 175 176 177 178 179 180 181 182 183 184 185

400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD LV EMERGENCY SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD LV EMERGENCY SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD LV EMERGENCY SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD LV EMERGENCY SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD

CLOSE DRAIN PUMP CLOSE DRAIN PUMP OPEN DRAIN PUMP OPEN DRAIN PUMP TRAIN 1 INLET COOLER MOTOR TRAIN 1 INLET COOLER MOTOR TRAIN 1 INLET COOLER MOTOR TRAIN 2 INLET COOLER MOTOR TRAIN 2 INLET COOLER MOTOR TRAIN 2 INLET COOLER MOTOR TRAIN 1 CONDENSATE EXPORT PUMP TRAIN 1 CONDENSATE EXPORT PUMP TRAIN 2 CONDENSATE EXPORT PUMP TRAIN 2 CONDENSATE EXPORT PUMP SCREW COMPR RECYCLE GAS COOLER SCREW COMPR LUBE OIL PUMP TRAIN 1 HEAT TRIM COOLER MOTOR TRAIN 2 HEAT TRIM COOLER MOTOR TRAIN 1 GLYCOL INJECTION PUMP TRAIN 1 GLYCOL INJECTION PUMP TRAIN 2 GLYCOL INJECTION PUMP TRAIN 2 GLYCOL INJECTION PUMP TRAIN 1 GLYCOL VAPOUR CONDENSER TRAIN 2 GLYCOL VAPOUR CONDENSER TRAIN 1 CONDENSED WATER PUMP TRAIN 1 CONDENSED WATER PUMP TRAIN 2 CONDENSED WATER PUMP TRAIN 2 CONDENSED WATER PUMP TRAIN 1 HEAT MEDIUM PUMP TRAIN 1 HEAT MEDIUM PUMP TRAIN 2 HEAT MEDIUM PUMP TRAIN 2 HEAT MEDIUM PUMP TRAIN 1 COMPR LUBE OIL CIRC PUMP TRAIN 2 COMPR LUBE OIL CIRC PUMP TRAIN 1 REFRIGERANT CONDENSER TRAIN 1 REFRIGERANT CONDENSER TRAIN 2 REFRIGERANT CONDENSER TRAIN 2 REFRIGERANT CONDENSER HP K.O VESSEL PUMP HP K.O VESSEL PUMP LP K.O VESSEL PUMP LP K.O VESSEL PUMP DIESEL LOADING PUMP INSTRUMENT AIR COMPRESSOR INSTRUMENT AIR COMPRESSOR

230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 400V 400V 400V 400V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V

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1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC

140 140 140 140 290 290 290 290 290 290 280 280 280 280 240 240 240 235 245 245 245 245 245 245 245 245 245 245 255 255 260 260 250 255 250 250 255 255 275 275 275 275 100 60 60 60 60 120 120 240 240 240 235 220 230 235 200 200 200

Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope

7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2 7CX2.5mm2

E1W INSTRUMENT AIR COMPR AFTERCOOLER E1W INSTRUMENT AIR COMPR AFTERCOOLER E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W WELL WATER PUMP WELL WATER PUMP RECIP COMPR RECYCLE GAS COOLER RECIP COMPR RECYCLE GAS COOLER TRAIN 1 BURNER BLOWER TRAIN 2 BURNER BLOWER COMPRESSOR DRIVER MOTOR TRAIN 1 REFRIG COMPRESSOR MOTOR TRAIN 2 REFRIG COMPRESSOR MOTOR AGBADA 2 BOOSTER COMPRESSOR AGBADA 2 BOOSTER COMPR. COOLER AGBADA 2 BOOSTER COMPR GLYCOL

KM-1100 KM-2010 KM-2020 KM-1101 EM-1101 PM-1102

CONTRACTOR: CLIENT PROJECT FACILITY CONTRACT NO.: DOCUMENT DOMGAS PROJECT AGBADA NAG ELECTRICAL CABLE LIST

REV.: C01
CABLE S/N TAG POWER CABLES P-2700 P-2701 P-2702 P-2703 P-2704 P-2800 P-2801 P-2802 P-2803 P-2804 P-2805 P-2806A P-2806B P-2806C P-2807A P-2807B P-2807C P-2808 P-2809 P-2810 P-2811 P-2812 P-2813 P-2814 P-2815 P-2816 P-2817 P-2818 P-2819 P-2820 P-2821 P-2822 P-2823 P-2824 P-2825 P-2826 P-2836 P-2837 P-2838 P-2839 P-2840 P-2841 P-2842 P-2843 P-2844 P-2845 P-2846 P-2847 P-2848 P-2849 P-2850 P-2851 P-2852 P-2853 P-2854 P-2855 P-2856 P-2857 P-2860 P-2861 P-2862 P-2863 P-2864 P-2865 FROM EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION EQUIPMENT TAG DB-1 DB-1 DB-1 DB-1 DB-1 DB-2 DB-2 DB-2 DB-2 DB-2 DB-2 DB-2 DB-2 DB-2 DB-2 DB-2 DB-2 DB-2 DB-2 DB-2 DB-2 DB-2 DB-2 DB-2 DB-2 DB-2 DB-2 DB-2 DB-2 DB-2 DB-2 DB-2 DB-2 DB-2 DB-2 DB-2 DB-5 DB-5 DB-5 DB-5 DB-5 DB-5 DB-5 DB-5 DB-5 DB-5 DB-5 DB-5 DB-5 DB-5 DB-5 DB-5 DB-5 DB-5 DB-5 DB-5 DB-5 DB-5 DB-5 DB-5 DB-5 DB-5 DB-5 DB-5 EQUIPMENT LOCATION MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM 25 25 25 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W AREA FLOODLIGHTING AREA FLOODLIGHTING AREA FLOODLIGHTING FAR BUILDING EXTERNAL LIGHTING MCC BUILDING EXTERNAL LIGHTING MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD EMERGENCY SWITCHBOARD DIESEL GENERATOR GAS GENERATOR GAS GENERATOR GAS GENERATOR TRAIN 1 INLET COOLER MOTOR TRAIN 1 INLET COOLER MOTOR TRAIN 1 INLET COOLER MOTOR TRAIN 2 INLET COOLER MOTOR TRAIN 2 INLET COOLER MOTOR TRAIN 2 INLET COOLER MOTOR TRAIN 1 CONDENSATE EXPORT PUMP TRAIN 1 CONDENSATE EXPORT PUMP TRAIN 2 CONDENSATE EXPORT PUMP TRAIN 2 CONDENSATE EXPORT PUMP SCREW COMPR RECYCLE GAS COOLER COMPRESSOR DRIVER MOTOR SCREW COMPR LUBE OIL PUMP CLOSE DRAIN PUMP CLOSE DRAIN PUMP OPEN DRAIN PUMP OPEN DRAIN PUMP TRAIN 1 HEAT TRIM COOLER MOTOR TRAIN 2 HEAT TRIM COOLER MOTOR TRAIN 1 GLYCOL INJECTION PUMP TRAIN 1 GLYCOL INJECTION PUMP TRAIN 2 GLYCOL INJECTION PUMP TRAIN 2 GLYCOL INJECTION PUMP TRAIN 1 GLYCOL VAPOUR CONDENSER TRAIN 2 GLYCOL VAPOUR CONDENSER TRAIN 1 CONDENSED WATER PUMP TRAIN 1 CONDENSED WATER PUMP TRAIN 2 CONDENSED WATER PUMP TRAIN 2 CONDENSED WATER PUMP TRAIN 1 HEAT MEDIUM PUMP TRAIN 1 HEAT MEDIUM PUMP TRAIN 2 HEAT MEDIUM PUMP TRAIN 2 HEAT MEDIUM PUMP TRAIN 1 REFRIG COMPRESSOR MOTOR TRAIN 2 REFRIG COMPRESSOR MOTOR TRAIN 1 COMPR LUBE OIL CIRC PUMP TRAIN 2 COMPR LUBE OIL CIRC PUMP TRAIN 1 REFRIGERANT CONDENSER TRAIN 1 REFRIGERANT CONDENSER TRAIN 2 REFRIGERANT CONDENSER TRAIN 2 REFRIGERANT CONDENSER HP K.O VESSEL PUMP HP K.O VESSEL PUMP LP K.O VESSEL PUMP LP K.O VESSEL PUMP DIESEL LOADING PUMP INSTRUMENT AIR COMPRESSOR INSTRUMENT AIR COMPRESSOR GLAND SIZE TYPE EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION TO EQUIPMENT TAG FLD 1-3;6-10 FLD 11-20 FLD 4-5;22-27 FL19-24 FL33-40 SB100E1 SB100E2 G-8301 G-8201A G-8201B G-8201C EM-3110A EM-3110B EM-3110C EM-3120A EM-3120B EM-3120C PM-3110A PM-3110B PM-3120A PM-3120B EM-1100 KM-1100 EM-6110 P-5701A P-5701B P-5702A P-5702B EM-6110 EM-6120 EM-2610A EM-2610B EM-2620A EM-2620B EM-2613 EM-2623 EM-2611A EM-2611B EM-2621A EM-2621B EM-6110A EM-6110B EM-6120A EM-6120B KM-2010 KM-2020 P-2010 P-2020 EM-2014A EM-2014B EM-2024A EM-2024B P-4300A P-4300B P-4301A P-4301B P-6201 A-4610 A-4620 EM-4610 EM-4620 P-5901A P-5901B SD100E1 EQUIPMENT LOCATION OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR FAR BUILDING MCC BUILDING MCC ROOM MCC ROOM GEN. BUILDING GEN. BUILDING GEN. BUILDING GEN. BUILDING OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR GENERATOR HOUSE GENERATOR HOUSE GENERATOR HOUSE GENERATOR HOUSE OUTDOOR OUTDOOR MCC ROOM 25 25 25 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 E1FW E1FW E1FW EFW EFW E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1W E1W E1W E1W E1FW E1FW E1W 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V GLAND SERVICE QUANTITY OF CONDUCTORS AND SIZE POWER 5CX10mm2 5CX10mm2 5CX10mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX4mm
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NUMBER OF CABLES CABLE TYPE ESTIMATED CABLE LENGTH (m) 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC 250 380 300 150 100 30 30 60 60 60 60 290 290 290 290 290 290 280 280 280 280 240 220 240 140 140 140 140 240 235 245 245 245 245 245 245 245 245 245 245 255 255 260 260 230 235 250 255 250 250 255 255 275 275 275 275 100 60 60 60 60 120 120 30 Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Switchroom internal cabling Switchroom internal cabling Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Pipe rack tray cabling - Enerflex scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Switchroom internal cabling REMARK

SIZE TYPE VOLTAGE

CONTROL
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186 187 188 189 190 191 192 193 194 195 196 197 198 199 200 201 202 203 204 205 206 207 208 209 210 211 212 213 214 215 216 217 218 219 220 221 222 223 224 225 226 227 228 229 230 231 232 233 234 235 236 237 238 239 240 241 242 243 244 245 246 247 248 249 250 251

OUTDOOR LIGHTING DB OUTDOOR LIGHTING DB OUTDOOR LIGHTING DB OUTDOOR LIGHTING DB OUTDOOR LIGHTING DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB

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3CX4mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm
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3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX4mm2

E1W INSTRUMENT AIR COMPR AFTERCOOLER E1W INSTRUMENT AIR COMPR AFTERCOOLER E1W E1W E1W WELL WATER PUMP WELL WATER PUMP HV SWITCHBOARD

CONTRACTOR: CLIENT PROJECT FACILITY CONTRACT NO.: DOCUMENT DOMGAS PROJECT AGBADA NAG ELECTRICAL CABLE LIST

REV.:C01
CABLE S/N TAG POWER CABLES P-2866 P-2867 P-2868 P-2720 P-2721 P-2722 P-2723 P-2724 P-2725 P-2726 P-2727 P-2728 P-2729 P-2730 P-2731 P-2732 P-2733 P-2734 P-2735 P-2736 P-2737 P-2738 P-2739 P-2741 P-2742 FROM EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION EQUIPMENT TAG DB-5 DB-5 DB-5 DB-4 DB-4 DB-4 DB-4 DB-4 DB-4 DB-4 DB-4 DB-4 DB-4 DB-4 DB-4 DB-4 DB-4 DB-4 DB-4 DB-4 DB-4 DB-4 DB-4 DB-4 DB-4 EQUIPMENT LOCATION MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W GLAND SIZE TYPE EQUIPMENT DESCRIPTION TO EQUIPMENT TAG KM-1101 EM-1101 PM-1102
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QUANTITY OF CONDUCTORS AND SIZE POWER CONTROL
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GLAND EQUIPMENT LOCATION OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM BATTERY ROOM BATTERY ROOM GENERATOR HOUSE BATTERY ROOM MCC ROOM GENERATOR HOUSE COMPRESSOR SHED COMPRESSOR SHED COMPRESSOR SHED CHEMICAL SHED 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 E1FW E1FW E1FW E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W

SERVICE

NUMBER OF CABLES

CABLE TYPE

ESTIMATED CABLE LENGTH (m)

REMARK

SIZE TYPE VOLTAGE

252 253 254 255 256 257 258 259 260 261 262 263 264 265 266 267 268 269 270 271 272 273 274 275 276 277 278 279 280 281 282 283 284 285 286 287 288 289 290 291 292 293 294 295 296 297 298 299 300 301 302 303 304 305 306 307 308 309 310 311

ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ANTI-COND. HEATER DB ELECT BLDG LIGHTING DB ELECT BLDG LIGHTING DB ELECT BLDG LIGHTING DB ELECT BLDG LIGHTING DB ELECT BLDG LIGHTING DB ELECT BLDG LIGHTING DB ELECT BLDG LIGHTING DB ELECT BLDG LIGHTING DB ELECT BLDG LIGHTING DB ELECT BLDG LIGHTING DB ELECT BLDG LIGHTING DB ELECT BLDG LIGHTING DB ELECT BLDG LIGHTING DB ELECT BLDG LIGHTING DB ELECT BLDG LIGHTING DB ELECT BLDG LIGHTING DB ELECT BLDG LIGHTING DB ELECT BLDG LIGHTING DB ELECT BLDG LIGHTING DB ELECT BLDG LIGHTING DB ELECT BLDG LIGHTING DB ELECT BLDG LIGHTING DB

AGBADA 2 BOOSTER COMPRESSOR AGBADA 2 BOOSTER COMPR. COOLER AGBADA 2 BOOSTER COMPR GLYCOL 15A SOCKET (LV SWITCHROOM) 13A SOCKET (LV SWITCHROOM) INDOOR LIGHTING (LV SWITCHROOM) 15A SOCKET (LV SWITCHROOM) INDOOR LIGHTING (LV SWITCHROOM) 15A SOCKET (SUPERVISOR ROOM) 13A SOCKET (SUPERVISOR ROOM) 15A SOCKET (HV SWITCHROOM) INDOOR LIGHTING (HV SWITCHROOM) 15A SOCKET (HV SWITCHROOM) 13A SOCKET (HV SWITCHROOM) INDOOR LIGHTING (HV SWITCHROOM) 15A SOCKET (BATTERY ROOM) INDOOR LIGHTING (BATTERY ROOM) GENERATOR SHED LIGHTING JB EXTRACTOR FANS (BATTERY ROOM) GENERATOR SHED LIGHTING JB COMPRESSOR SHEDS LIGHTING JB COMPRESSOR SHEDS LIGHTING JB COMPRESSOR SHEDS LIGHTING JB CHEMICAL SHED LIGHTING JB

230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V

3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX4mm2 3CX4mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX4mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX4mm2 3CX4mm2 3CX4mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX4mm2 3CX4mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX4mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX4mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX4mm2 3CX4mm2 3CX4mm2 3CX4mm2 3CX4mm2

1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC

200 200 200 30 30 100 30 100 30 30 40 100 40 40 100 40 100 60 60 100 60 180 180 180 100

Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope MCC Building Internal Cabling MCC Building Internal Cabling MCC Building Internal Cabling MCC Building Internal Cabling MCC Building Internal Cabling MCC Building Internal Cabling MCC Building Internal Cabling MCC Building Internal Cabling MCC Building Internal Cabling MCC Building Internal Cabling MCC Building Internal Cabling MCC Building Internal Cabling MCC Building Internal Cabling MCC Building Internal Cabling Cable buried - METS scope MCC Building Internal Cabling MCC Building Internal Cabling Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope

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EJB-1
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E1W INDOOR LIGHTING (SUPERVISOR ROOM)

EJB-2 EJB-3 EJB-4 EJB-4A EJB-5

P-2749 P-2750 P-2751 P-2752 P-2753 P-2754 P-2755 P-2756 P-2757 P-2758 P-2759 P-2760 P-2761 P-2762

AC UPS BYPASS UPS DISTRIBUTION BOARD UPS DISTRIBUTION BOARD UPS DISTRIBUTION BOARD UPS DISTRIBUTION BOARD UPS DISTRIBUTION BOARD UPS DISTRIBUTION BOARD UPS DISTRIBUTION BOARD UPS DISTRIBUTION BOARD UPS DISTRIBUTION BOARD UPS DISTRIBUTION BOARD UPS DISTRIBUTION BOARD UPS DISTRIBUTION BOARD UPS DISTRIBUTION BOARD

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MCC ROOM FAR ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM

25 25 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20

E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W

UPS DISTRIBUTION BOARD UPS DISTRIBUTION BOARD MAIN LV SWITCHGEAR SYSTEM PMS CABINET FM 200 SYSTEM HV SWITCHGEAR SYSTEM

DB-8 DB-6 SB100E1


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FAR ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM

25 25 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20

E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W

400V 400V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V

4CX25mm2 4CX10mm
2

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1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC

50 50 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30

Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope MCC Building Internal Cabling MCC Building Internal Cabling MCC Building Internal Cabling MCC Building Internal Cabling MCC Building Internal Cabling MCC Building Internal Cabling MCC Building Internal Cabling MCC Building Internal Cabling MCC Building Internal Cabling MCC Building Internal Cabling MCC Building Internal Cabling MCC Building Internal Cabling

DB-8 DB-6 DB-6 DB-6 DB-6 DB-6 DB-6 DB-6 DB-6 DB-6 DB-6 DB-6 DB-6

3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2

SD100E1
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E1W HVAC CHANGE-OVER CONTROL PANEL 1 E1W HVAC CHANGE-OVER CONTROL PANEL 2 E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W EMERG. LV SWITCHGEAR SYSTEM VESDA SYSTEM GENERATOR CONTROL PANEL 1 GENERATOR CONTROL PANEL 2 GENERATOR CONTROL PANEL 3 MASTER CONTROL PANEL

SB100E2
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P-2900 P-2901 P-2906 P-2907 P-2908 P-2911 P-2916 P-2917 P-2918

POWER PLANT AUX DB POWER PLANT AUX DB POWER PLANT AUX DB POWER PLANT AUX DB POWER PLANT AUX DB POWER PLANT AUX DB POWER PLANT AUX DB POWER PLANT AUX DB POWER PLANT AUX DB

DB-3 DB-3 DB-3 DB-3 DB-3 DB-3 DB-3 DB-3 DB-3

MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM

20 20 25 25 20 20 20 20 20

E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W

ANALYZER HOUSE JB ANALYZER HOUSE JB HP FLARE IGNITION PANEL LP FLARE IGNITION PANEL GAS METERING SKID EMERGENCY GEN CHARGER GAS GEN CHARGER GAS GEN CHARGER GAS GEN CHARGER

EJB-6 EJB-7

OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR OUTDOOR

20 20 25 25 20 20 20 20 20

E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1FW E1W E1W E1W E1W

230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V

3CX4mm2 3CX4mm
2

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1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC

170 170 170 170 150 60 60 60 60

Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope

3CX25mm2 3CX25mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2

SK-2804 G-8301 G-8201A G-8201B G-8201C

OUTDOOR GENERATOR HOUSE GENERATOR HOUSE GENERATOR HOUSE GENERATOR HOUSE

P-2940 P-2941 P-2942 P-2943

1914kVA GAS GENERATOR 1914kVA GAS GENERATOR 1914kVA GAS GENERATOR 500kVA DIESEL GENERATOR

G-8201A G-8201B G-8201C G-8301

GENERATOR HOUSE GENERATOR HOUSE GENERATOR HOUSE GENERATOR HOUSE

M20 M20 M20 M20

E1W E1W E1W E1W

400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD 400V EMERGENCY SWITCHBOARD

SB100D1 SB100D1 SB100D1 SB100E2

MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM

M20 M20 M20 M20

E1W E1W E1W E1W

230V 230V 230V 230V

30-pair X1.5mm2 30-pair X1.5mm2 30-pair X1.5mm2 30-pair X1.5mm2

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1 1 1 1

XLPE/SWA/LSZH XLPE/SWA/LSZH XLPE/SWA/LSZH XLPE/SWA/LSZH

60 60 60 60

Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope Cable buried - METS scope

312 313 314 315 316 317 318 319 320 321 322 323 324 325 326 327 328 329 330 331 332 333 334 335 336 337 338 339 340 341 342 343 344 345 346 347 348 349

P-2950 P-2951 P-2952 P-2953 P-2954 P-2955 P-2956 P-2957 P-2958 P-2959 P-2960 P-2961 P-2962 P-2963 P-2964 P-2965 P-2966 P-2967 P-2968 P-2969 P-2970 P-2971 P-2972 P-2973 P-2974 P-2975 P-2976 P-2981 P-2984 P-2985 P-2986 P-2989

UPS DISTRIBUTION BOARD UPS DISTRIBUTION BOARD UPS DISTRIBUTION BOARD UPS DISTRIBUTION BOARD UPS DISTRIBUTION BOARD UPS DISTRIBUTION BOARD UPS DISTRIBUTION BOARD UPS DISTRIBUTION BOARD UPS DISTRIBUTION BOARD UPS DISTRIBUTION BOARD UPS DISTRIBUTION BOARD UPS DISTRIBUTION BOARD UPS DISTRIBUTION BOARD UPS DISTRIBUTION BOARD UPS DISTRIBUTION BOARD UPS DISTRIBUTION BOARD UPS DISTRIBUTION BOARD UPS DISTRIBUTION BOARD UPS DISTRIBUTION BOARD UPS DISTRIBUTION BOARD UPS DISTRIBUTION BOARD UPS DISTRIBUTION BOARD UPS DISTRIBUTION BOARD UPS DISTRIBUTION BOARD UPS DISTRIBUTION BOARD UPS DISTRIBUTION BOARD UPS DISTRIBUTION BOARD CONTROL BLDG LIGHTING DB CONTROL BLDG LIGHTING DB CONTROL BLDG LIGHTING DB CONTROL BLDG LIGHTING DB CONTROL BLDG LIGHTING DB

DB-8 DB-8 DB-8 DB-8 DB-8 DB-8 DB-8 DB-8 DB-8 DB-8 DB-8 DB-8 DB-8 DB-8 DB-8 DB-8 DB-8 DB-8 DB-8 DB-8 DB-8 DB-8 DB-8 DB-8 DB-8 DB-8 DB-8 DB-7 DB-7 DB-7 DB-7 DB-7

FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM

20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20

E1W EMERG. LIGHTING (CONTROL BUILDING) E1W VESDA SYSTEM E1W FM200 SYSTEM E1W 13A SOCKET (CONTROL ROOM) E1W HVAC CHANGE-OVER CONTROL PANEL 1 E1W HVAC CHANGE-OVER CONTROL PANEL 2 E1W 13A SOCKET (EQUIPMENT ROOM) E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W INSTRUMENT AIR COMPRESSOR UCP MAIN COMPRESSOR PAS UCP TELECOM CABINET MAIN COMPRESSOR SIS UCP GAS METERING SKID UCP FEEDER 1 SCREW COMPRESSOR PAS UCP REFRIGERATION SYSTEM UCP HEAT MEDIUM SYSTEM UCP SCREW COMPRESSOR SIS UCP PAS PDC - PRIMARY FEEDER PAS PDC - SECONDARY FEEDER SIS PDC - PRIMARY FEEDER SIS PDC - SECONDARY FEEDER F&G PDC - PRIMARY FEEDER F&G PDC - SECONDARY FEEDER CONSOLE - PRIMARY FEEDER CONSOLE - SECONDARY FEEDER NETWORK SWITCH - PRIMARY FEEDER NETWORK SWITCH - SEC. FEEDER GAS METERING SKID UCP FEEDER 2

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FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM FAR ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM MCC ROOM GUARD HOUSE

20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20 20

E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W E1W

230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V 230V

3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX4mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX4mm2 3CX4mm


2

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1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 1

XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC XLPE/SWA/PVC

30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 30 100 100 30 30 120

Control Building Internal Cabling Control Building Internal Cabling Control Building Internal Cabling Control Building Internal Cabling Control Building Internal Cabling Control Building Internal Cabling Control Building Internal Cabling Control Building Internal Cabling Control Building Internal Cabling Control Building Internal Cabling Control Building Internal Cabling Control Building Internal Cabling Control Building Internal Cabling Control Building Internal Cabling Control Building Internal Cabling Control Building Internal Cabling Control Building Internal Cabling Control Building Internal Cabling Control Building Internal Cabling Control Building Internal Cabling Control Building Internal Cabling Control Building Internal Cabling Control Building Internal Cabling Control Building Internal Cabling Control Building Internal Cabling Control Building Internal Cabling Control Building Internal Cabling Control Building Internal Cabling Control Building Internal Cabling Control Building Internal Cabling Control Building Internal Cabling Cable buried - METS scope

3CX4mm2 3CX4mm2 3CX4mm2 3CX4mm2 3CX4mm2 3CX4mm2 3CX4mm2 3CX4mm2 3CX4mm2 3CX4mm2 3CX4mm2 3CX4mm2 3CX4mm2 3CX4mm2 3CX4mm2 3CX4mm2 3CX4mm2 3CX4mm2 3CX4mm2 3CX2.5mm2 3CX2.5mm 3CX4mm2 3CX4mm2 3CX2.5mm2
2

E1W INDOOR LIGHTING (CONTROL BUILDING) E1W INDOOR LIGHTING (CONTROL BUILDING) E1W E1W E1W 15A SOCKET (CONTROL ROOM) 15A SOCKET (EQUIPMENT ROOM) LIGHTING (GUARD HOUSE)

____ ____ ____ ____ ____

____ ____ ____ ____ ____

P-2990 P-2991

400VAC UPS 400VAC UPS NOTES:

____ ____

MCC ROOM MCC ROOM

40 40

E1W E1W

UPS BATTERY RACK UPS BATTERY RACK

____ ____

BATTERY ROOM BATTERY ROOM

40 40

E1W E1W

230VDC 230VDC

2CX??mm2 2CX??mm2

____ ____

1 1

XLPE/PVC XLPE/PVC

50 50

MCC Building Internal Cabling MCC Building Internal Cabling

1. E1W - NON-HAZARDOUS AREA GLAND TYPE 2. E1FW - HAZARDOUS AREA GLAND TYPE

DOMGAS PROJECT (AGBADA NAG)

(AGBADA NAG) PROJECT

DOMGAS PROJECT (AGBADA NAG)

ENGINEERING & TECHNICAL SERVICES LTD

DOMGAS PROJECT (AGBADA NAG)

EQUIPMENT

S/N

Equipment No.

Description

Process Fluid Handled

Fluid category and Class


-

Release Sources

Grade of Release (Continuous, Primary or Secondary)


-

Section of IP Part 15

Hazardous Area Radius (m)

VENTILATION

ZONE

COMMENTS

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43

SK-312A/B SK-313 & SK-323 V-3101/V-3201 V-3103/V-3203 E-3102/E-3202 V-3104/V-3204 V-3105/V-3205 P-3106/P-3206 SK-212/ SK-222 V-2104/V-2204 V-4108/V-4208 E-2101/E-2201 E-2102/E-2202 E-2103/E-2203 E-2105/E-2205 SK-412/SK-422 V-4103/V-4203 V-4104/V-4204 V-4109/V-4209 E-4106/E-4206 P-4110/P-4210 P-4111/P-4211 S-4105/S-4205 S-4112/S-4212 KM-4102/KM-4202 K-4101/K-4201 SK-722 V-7202 SK-112/SK-113 V-1101 V-1103 V-1111/1116/ E-1115/1120/1125 P-1104/P-1106 K-1102 K-1114/1119/1124 T-1101 KD-1101
NOTES
a)

Inlet Manifolds Inlet Facility INLET SEPARATOR 1 INLET SEPARATOR 2 INLET COOLER INLET CLASSIFIER INLET SURGE VESSEL CONDENSATE EXPORT PUMPS Gas Dew Point Control Package LOW TEMPERATURE SEPARATOR REFRIGERANT SUCTION SCRUBBER GAS/ GAS HEAT EXCHANGER GAS/LIQUID HEAT EXCHANGER CHILLER LIQUID REFRIGERANT EXCHANGER Refrigeration System DISCHARGE OIL SEPARATOR ECONOMIZER REFRIGERANT ACCUMULATOR REFRIGERANT CONDENSER REFRIGERANT COOLER PUMP COMPR LUBE OIL CIRC. PUMP MOISTURE TRAP (FILTER) PARTICULATE FILTER REFRIGERANT COMPRESSOR MOTOR REFRIGERANT SCREW COMPRESSOR Fuel Gas System FUEL GAS KNOCK OUT VESSEL Recycle Gas Compressor System SURGE VESSEL SUCTION SCRUBBER SURGE VESSEL LUBE OIL SEPARATOR 1ST, 2ND & 3RD STAGE SUCTION SCRUBBERS 1ST, 2ND & 3RD STAGE COOLERS SURGE VESSEL PRELUBE/ SCRUBBER PUMPS SURGE VESSEL SCREW COMPRESSOR 1ST, 2ND & 3RD STAGE COMPR CYLINDER SURGE VESSEL SCREW WASTE OIL TANK CONTINENTAL MOTOR

NAG, CONDENSATE, WATER

SECTION 4.3.1

UNCLASSIFIED (ADEQUATELY VENTILATED)

NAG, CONDENSATE, WATER NAG, CONDENSATE, WATER NAG NAG, CONDENSATE, WATER NAG, CONDENSATE, WATER NAG, CONDENSATE, WATER

G(i);CLASS 0 G(i);CLASS 0 G(i);CLASS 0 B;CLASS II G(i);CLASS 0 B;CLASS II

FLANGES/VALVES/JOINTS/FITTINGS FLANGES/VALVES/JOINTS/FITTINGS FLANGES/VALVES/JOINTS/FITTINGS FLANGES/VALVES/JOINTS/FITTINGS FLANGES/VALVES/JOINTS/FITTINGS PUMP SEALS

SECONDARY SECONDARY SECONDARY SECONDARY SECONDARY SECONDARY

SECTION 5.4.8 Fig 5.5 SECTION 5.4.5 TABLE 5.6 SECTION 5.4.5 TABLE 5.6 SECTION 5.4.5 TABLE 5.6
SECTION 5.4.5 SECTION 5.4.1

3.0 3.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 5.0

OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN

2 2 2 2 2 2

NAG, DEG, CONDENSATE, WATER NAG, DEG, CONDENSATE, WATER NAG, DEG, CONDENSATE, WATER NAG, DEG, CONDENSATE, WATER NAG, DEG, CONDENSATE, WATER NAG, DEG, CONDENSATE, WATER

G(i);CLASS 0 G(i);CLASS 0 G(i);CLASS 0 B;CLASS II G(i);CLASS 0 G(i);CLASS 0

FLANGES/VALVES/JOINTS/FITTINGS FLANGES/VALVES/JOINTS/FITTINGS FLANGES/VALVES/JOINTS/FITTINGS FLANGES/VALVES/JOINTS/FITTINGS FLANGES/VALVES/JOINTS/FITTINGS FLANGES/VALVES/JOINTS/FITTINGS

SECONDARY SECONDARY SECONDARY SECONDARY SECONDARY SECONDARY

SECTION 5.4.5 TABLE 5.6 SECTION 5.4.5 TABLE 5.6


SECTION 5.4.5 TABLE 5.6

1.0 1.0 1.0 2.0 1.0 1.0

OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN

SECTION 5.4.5 TABLE 5.6 SECTION 5.4.5 TABLE 5.6 SECTION 5.4.5 TABLE 5.6

2 2 2 2 2 2

NAG, HYDROCARBON LIQUIDS NAG, DEG, CONDENSATE, WATER NAG, DEG, CONDENSATE, WATER NAG, DEG, CONDENSATE, WATER NAG, DEG, CONDENSATE, WATER HYDROCARBON LIQUIDS NAG, DEG, CONDENSATE, WATER NAG, DEG, CONDENSATE, WATER NAG, DEG, CONDENSATE, WATER NAG, CONDENSATE, WATER

B;CLASS II C;CLASS II C;CLASS II C;CLASS II C;CLASS II B;CLASS II G(i);CLASS 0 G(i);CLASS 0 C;CLASS II G(i);CLASS 0

FLANGES/VALVES/JOINTS/FITTINGS FLANGES/VALVES/JOINTS/FITTINGS FLANGES/VALVES/JOINTS/FITTINGS FLANGES/VALVES/JOINTS/FITTINGS PUMP SEALS PUMP SEALS FLANGES/VALVES/JOINTS/FITTINGS FLANGES/VALVES/JOINTS/FITTINGS PUMP SEALS FLANGES/VALVES/JOINTS/FITTINGS

SECONDARY SECONDARY SECONDARY SECONDARY SECONDARY SECONDARY SECONDARY SECONDARY SECONDARY SECONDARY

SECTION 5.4.5 TABLE 5.6


SECTION 5.4.5 TABLE C9(a) SECTION 5.4.5 TABLE C9(a)

1.0 1.0 1.0 2.5 5.5 5.0 2.5 2.5 5.5 4.0

OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN

SECTION 5.4.5 TABLE 5.6


SECTION 5.4.1 SECTION 5.4.1

SECTION 5.4.5 TABLE 5.6 SECTION 5.4.5 TABLE 5.6


SECTION 5.4.1

SECTION 5.4.3

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

NAG

G(i);CLASS 0

FLANGES/VALVES/JOINTS/FITTINGS

SECONDARY

SECTION 5.4.5 TABLE 5.6

2.5

OPEN

NAG, DEG, CONDENSATE, WATER NAG, DEG, CONDENSATE, WATER NAG, DEG, CONDENSATE, WATER NAG, DEG, CONDENSATE, WATER NAG, DEG, CONDENSATE, WATER NAG, DEG, CONDENSATE, WATER NAG, DEG, CONDENSATE, WATER NAG, HYDROCARBON LIQUIDS HYDROCARBON LIQUIDS

G(i);CLASS 0 G(i);CLASS 0 G(i);CLASS 0 G(i);CLASS 0 G(i);CLASS 0 G(i);CLASS 0 G(i);CLASS 0 B;CLASS II B;CLASS II

FLANGES/VALVES/JOINTS/FITTINGS FLANGES/VALVES/JOINTS/FITTINGS FLANGES/VALVES/JOINTS/FITTINGS FLANGES/VALVES/JOINTS/FITTINGS PUMP SEALS FLANGES/VALVES/JOINTS/FITTINGS FLANGES/VALVES/JOINTS/FITTINGS FLANGES/VALVES/JOINTS/FITTINGS PUMP SEALS

SECONDARY SECONDARY SECONDARY SECONDARY SECONDARY SECONDARY SECONDARY SECONDARY SECONDARY

SECTION 5.4.5 TABLE 5.6 SECTION 5.4.5 TABLE 5.6 SECTION 5.4.5 TABLE 5.6 SECTION 5.4.5 TABLE 5.6
SECTION 5.4.1

1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0 5.5 4.0 1.0 2.5 5.0

OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

SECTION 5.4.3 SECTION 5.4.5 TABLE 5.6 SECTION 5.4.5 TABLE 5.6
SECTION 5.4.1

Definitions For definitions of Fluid "Group", "Type of release" and "Temperature Class" refer to IP Part15, Annex H and section 1.6.4 NAG - Non Associated Gas DEG - Di-Ethylene Glycol

b)

Fluid Categories - For fluid categories, refer to Table 1.2 of IP Part15 - Refer to secton 1.6.3 of IP Part15 for classification of the Zoning system

REFERENCED DRAWINGS EQUIPMENT LAYOUT

DRAW ING No.

NOTES:

1. Area Classification schedule done in accordance with IP Part15

DOMGAS PROJECT (AGB ADA NAG)

C01 A01 R02 R01 REV

APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION ISSUED FOR APPROVAL ISSUED FOR SAFOP ISSUED FOR REVIEW DESCRIPTION

C.E C.E C.E C.E


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EQUIPMENT

S/N

Equipment No.

Description

Process Fluid Handled

Fluid category and Class

Release Sources

Grade of Release (Continuous, Primary or Secondary)

Section of IP Part 15

Hazardous Area Radius (m)

VENTILATION

ZONE

COMMENTS

44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 54 55 56 57 58 59 60 61 62 63 64 65 66 67 68 69 70 71 72 73 74 75 76

SK-512/522 V-5104/5204 V-5107/5207 V-5110/V-5210 E-5102/5202 E-5106/5206 P-5113/5213 P-5112/5212 C-5101/5201 S-5105/5205 S-5103/5203 S-5109/5209 SK-612/622 E-6105/E-6205 P-6102/P-6202 S-6103

Glycol Injection System GLYCOL FLASH VESSEL CONDENSED WATER KNOCK OUT
GLYCOL SURGE VESSEL

DEG, WATER DEG, WATER DEG, WATER DEG, WATER VAPOUR, CONDENSED WATER NAG, CONDENSED WATER DEG, WATER DEG DEG, WATER DEG, WATER DEG, WATER

C;CLASS II C;CLASS II C;CLASS II C;CLASS II C;CLASS II C;CLASS II C;CLASS II C;CLASS II C;CLASS II C;CLASS II C;CLASS II

FLANGES/VALVES/JOINTS/FITTINGS FLANGES/VALVS/FITTINGS/VENT FLANGES/VALVES/JOINTS/FITTINGS FLANGES/VALVES/JOINTS/FITTINGS FLANGES/VALVES/JOINTS/FITTINGS PUMP SEALS PUMP SEALS FLANGES/VALVES/JOINTS/FITTINGS FLANGES/VALVES/JOINTS/FITTINGS FLANGES/VALVES/JOINTS/FITTINGS FLANGES/VALVES/JOINTS/FITTINGS

SECONDARY SECONDARY SECONDARY SECONDARY SECONDARY SECONDARY SECONDARY SECONDARY SECONDARY SECONDARY SECONDARY

GLYCOL REBOILER GLYCOL VAPOUR CONDENSER CONDENSED WATER PUMPS GLYCOL INJECTION PUMP GLYCOL STILL COLUMN CARBON FILTERS PARTICULATE FILTERS GLYCOL SUMP FILTER Heat Medium Package HEAT MEDIUM TRIM COOLER HEAT MEDIUM PUMPS HEAT MEDIUM FILTER Out of Skid GLYCOL SUMP TANK GLYCOL SUMP PUMP HP FLARE KNOCK OUT DRUM LP FLARE KNOCK OUT DRUM HP FLARE KNOCK OUT PUMPS LP FLARE KNOCK OUT PUMPS MAIN GENERATOR (GAS) PACKAGE EMERGENCY GENERATOR (DIESEL) PACKAGE DIESEL STORAGE TANK PIG LAUNCHER SALE GAS METERING SKID CLOSE DRAIN SYSTEM OIL SAVER PIT/OPEN DRAIN SYSTEM

SECTION 5.4.5 TABLE 5.6 SECTION 5.4.5 TABLE 5.6 SECTION 5.4.5 TABLE 5.6 SECTION 5.4.5 TABLE 5.6 SECTION 5.4.5 TABLE 5.6
SECTION 5.4.1 SECTION 5.4.1

2.5 3.0 2.5 2.5 2.5 5.5 5.5 2.5 2.5 2.5 2.5

OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN

SECTION 5.4.5 TABLE 5.6 SECTION 5.4.5 TABLE 5.6 SECTION 5.4.5 TABLE 5.6 SECTION 5.4.5 TABLE 5.6

2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2 2

NAG, CONDENSATE, WATER NAG, CONDENSATE, WATER NAG, CONDENSATE, WATER

G(i);CLASS 0 G(i);CLASS 0 G(i);CLASS 0

FLANGES/JOINTS/PUMP SEALS FLANGES/JOINTS/PUMP SEALS FLANGES/VALVES/JOINTS/FITTINGS

SECONDARY SECONDARY SECONDARY

SECTION 5.4.1 SECTION 5.4.1 SECTION 5.4.5 TABLE 5.6

5.5 5.5 2.5

OPEN OPEN OPEN

2 2 2

V-5111/5211 P-5108/5208 SK-432 SK-433 P-4300A/B P-4301A/B G-8201A/B/C G-8301 T-6201 HOLD SK-2804 V-5701 T-5701

DEG, WATER DEG, WATER NAG NAG NAG NAG GAS DIESEL DIESEL NAG, CONDENSED WATER NAG NAG, CONDENSATE, WATER NAG, CONDENSATE, WATER

C;CLASS II C;CLASS II G(i);CLASS 0 G(i);CLASS 0 G(i);CLASS 0 G(i);CLASS 0 C;CLASS III G(i);CLASS 0 G(i);CLASS 0 G(i);CLASS 0 G(i);CLASS 0

FLANGES/VALVES/JOINTS/FITTINGS PUMP SEALS FLANGES/VALVES/JOINTS/FITTINGS FLANGES/VALVES/JOINTS/FITTINGS PUMP SEALS PUMP SEALS -

SECONDARY SECONDARY SECONDARY SECONDARY SECONDARY SECONDARY -

SECTION 5.4.5 TABLE 5.6


SECTION 5.4.1

2.5 5.5 1.0 1.0 5.5 5.5 -

OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN OPEN -

SECTION 5.4.5 TABLE 5.6 SECTION 5.4.5 TABLE 5.6


SECTION 5.4.1 SECTION 5.4.1 -

2 2 2 2 2 2 -

UNCLASSIFIED UNCLASSIFIED UNCLASSIFIED


ZONE 2 OF 7m IS AROUND LAUNCHER

FLANGES/VALVES/JOINTS/FITTINGS FLANGES/VALVES/JOINTS/FITTINGS FLANGES/VALVES/JOINTS/FITTINGS PIT CONTENT

PRIMARY
SECONDARY SECONDARY CONTINUOUS

SECTION 3.2 Paragraph II SECTION 5.4.6 SECTION 5.4.5 TABLE 5.6 SECTION 5.4.5 TABLE 5.6
SECTION 5.4.9

3.0 2.5 3.0 -

OPEN
OPEN OPEN OPEN

1 2 2
0

ZONE 1 OF 3m AROUND PIT

NOTES
a) Definitions For definitions of Fluid "Group", "Type of release" and "Temperature Class" refer to IP Part15, Annex H and section 1.6.4 NAG - Non Associated Gas DEG - Di-Ethylene Glycol

b)

Fluid Categories - For fluid categories, refer to Table 1.2 of IP Part15 - Refer to secton 1.6.3 of IP Part15 for classification of the Zoning system

REFERENCED DRAWINGS EQUIPMENT LAYOUT

DRAW ING No.

NOTES:

1. Area Classification schedule done in accordance with IP Part15

DOMGAS PROJECT (AGB ADA NAG)

C01 A01 R02 R01 REV

APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION ISSUED FOR APPROVAL ISSUED FOR SAFOP ISSUED FOR REVIEW DESCRIPTION

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S/N Brief Material Description Manufacturer MFR Part No. Base Quantity Unit

09-Aug-2012
Contingency (Spare)

A. Tejumola
Total Quantity

C. Emu

M. Kulkarni
Remarks

Reference Drawing / Document No

LIGHTING Generator House


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 2X36W, 220-240V, 50Hz, IP66, T4, Ex(e), Fluorescent Luminaire c/w Electronic Ballast 2X36W, 220-240V, 50Hz, IP66, T4, Ex(e), Fluorescent Luminaire- (Emergency lighting with battery back-up) c/w Electronic Ballast Fluorescent Lamp, Bi-Pin Type 10A, Single Pole, 1-Gang, 1-Way Ex(d) Switch Eyelet Mounting Bracket Assembly Industrial Chain Lighting Junction Box Ex(e) c/w terminal blocks M20 cable gland Ex(e) 3C x 2.5mm XLPE/PVC copper cable (Cores Brown, Blue, Green/Yellow)
2

Chalmit Chalmit Chalmit MK/ABB/MEM Chalmit Chalmit Stahl Hawke NEXANS

PRGE/236/BI/LBE PRGE/236/BI/EM/LBE SPR05-0005 8118/122-1 501/453/RAC/O/M20 -

24 6 80 3 160 100 34 80 250

PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS Metres PCS PCS Metres

2 2 4 1

26 8 84 4 160 100

SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-4025-00004-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-4025-00004-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-4025-00004-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-4025-00004-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-4025-00004-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-4025-00004-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-4025-00004-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-4025-00004-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-4025-00004-001 Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification For suspending lighting fittings

2 2

36 82 250

LIGHTING Off Gas Compressor Shed


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 2X36W, 220-240V, 50Hz, IP66, T4, Ex(e), Fluorescent Luminaire c/w Electronic Ballast 2X36W, 220-240V, 50Hz, IP66, T4, Ex(e), Fluorescent Luminaire- (Emergency lighting with battery back-up) c/w Electronic Ballast Fluorescent Lamp, Bi-Pin Type 10A, Single Pole, 1-Gang, 1-Way Ex(d) Switch Eyelet Mounting Bracket Assembly Industrial Chain Lighting Junction Box Ex(e) c/w terminal blocks M20 cable gland Ex(e) 3C x 2.5mm XLPE/PVC copper cable (Cores Brown, Blue, Green/Yellow)
2

Chalmit Chalmit Chalmit MK/ABB/MEM Chalmit Chalmit Stahl Hawke NEXANS

PRGE/236/BI/LBE PRGE/236/BI/EM/LBE SPR05-0005 8118/122-1 501/453/RAC/O/M20 -

32 10 84 3 170 160 35 90 250

PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS Metres PCS PCS Metres

4 2 4 1

36 12 88 4 170 160

SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-4025-00007-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-4025-00007-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-4025-00007-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-4025-00007-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-4025-00007-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-4025-00007-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-4025-00007-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-4025-00007-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-4025-00007-001 Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification For suspending lighting fittings

2 2

37 92 250

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09-Aug-2012
Contingency (Spare)

A. Tejumola
Total Quantity

C. Emu

M. Kulkarni
Remarks

Reference Drawing / Document No

OUTDOOR LIGHTING
10m Medium Duty Base Hinged Column c/w flange plate, with double floodlight brackets, (FL4/3) c/w column mounted Ex 'e' type junction box, with 3 cable entries, 2 fuse modules, 9 terminals for looping in & looping out of 5C X 25mm2 Cables 8m Medium Duty Base Hinged Column c/w flange plate, with Triplex floodlight brackets, (FL4/4) c/w column mounted Ex 'e' type junction box, with 3 cable entries, 2 fuse modules, 9 terminals for looping in & looping out of 5C X 25mm2 Cables Hydraulic Counterbalance Unit to operate Medium duty base hinged column 400W HPS Ex (d) Floodlight with integral control gear, suitable for Zone 2, IP 67, 230V, 50Hz 32mm diameter PVC sleeve / conduit M20 cable gland Ex(e) SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-4025-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4025-00003-001

Abacus

T088RLH/FP

20

PCS

20

Abacus

T088RLH/FP

PCS

SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-4025-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4025-00003-001

3 4 5 6

Abacus Chalmit

RLH168 EV 2D/400/MS

1 61 200

PCS PCS Metres PCS 2

1 63 200 100

SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-4025-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4025-00003-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-4025-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4025-00003-001

Hawke

501/453/RAC/O/M20

100

EARTHING
1 2 3 4 5 1C X 120mm2 Green/Yellow PVC Insulated earthing cable 1C X 70mm2 Green/Yellow PVC Insulated earthing cable 1C X 25mm2 Green/Yellow PVC Insulated earthing cable 32mm diameter PVC Sleeve Earth bar, 475mm x 90mm x 96mm, with 6 connection points & removable test link, c/w M10 X 25 bolt, nut and washers Earth bar,1200mm x 90mm x 96mm, with 18 connection points & removable test link, c/w M10 X 25 bolt, nut and washers 50mm diameter Earth Boss with M10 stud 70mm compression C type crimp connector 25mm M10 Compression type Lug (Connector) 70mm2 M10 Compression type Lug (Connector) 120mm2 M10 Compression type Lug (Connector) 50mm diameter 6m long galvanised steel pipe 70mm bare copper conductor for deep well earthing U bolt rod clamp (type E) (for grounding conductor termination in earth pit) Concrete Earth Pit
2 2 2

NEXANS NEXANS NEXANS

200 2500 2000 150

Metres Metres Metres Metres PCS

200 2500 2000 150 15

SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8809-00001-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8809-00001-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8809-00003-001

Furse

LK243-6

15

SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8809-00003-001

6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15

Furse Furse Furse Furse Furse Furse

LK243-18 EB001

4 50 120

PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS Metres PCS PCS

4 50 120 100 50 10 120 700 20 20

SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8809-00003-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8809-00001-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8809-00001-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8809-00001-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8809-00001-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8809-00001-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8809-00001-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8809-00001-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8809-00001-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8809-00001-001 To be Cast at Site

FCT2510 FCT7010

100 50 10 120

NEXANS Furse CR330

700 20 20

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A. Tejumola
Total Quantity

C. Emu

M. Kulkarni
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Reference Drawing / Document No

LIGHTNING PROTECTION SYSTEM


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Air Terminal Rod, Aluminium, 15mm Diameter, 1.5m Long Air Terminal Rod, Copper, 15mm Diameter, 1.5m Long 25 x 3mm Bare Aluminium Tape 25 x 3mm Bare Copper Tape 25 x 3mm Insulated Copper Tape 15mm, M16, Air Rod Base, Copper, c/w Screw 15mm, M16, Air Rod Base, Aluminium, c/w Screw Bimetallic Conductor (25mm X 3mm Aluminium Tape to 25mm X 3mm Copper Tape) DC Tape Clip, Copper c/w Screw (for Insulated Copper Tape) Swing Lid DC Tape Clip, Copper c/w Screw (for Bare Copper Tape) Swing Lid DC Tape Clip, Aluminium c/w Screw (for Bare Aluminium Tape) Square Tape Clamp, Copper c/w Screw Square Tape Clamp, Aluminium c/w Screw Earth Test Link Rod to Tape Clamp Furse Furse Furse Furse Furse Furse Furse Furse Furse Furse Furse Furse Furse Furse Furse SD105-H SD003-H CN-910 CP215 CP210-H CP110-H CT105-H CT005-H RA030 RA230 10 6 200 250 200 8 8 14 80 40 40 8 8 12 12 PCS PCS Metres Metres Metres PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS 2 2 12 8 200 250 200 8 8 14 80 40 40 8 8 12 12 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8809-00001-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8809-00001-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8809-00001-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8809-00001-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8809-00001-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8809-00001-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8809-00001-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8809-00001-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8809-00001-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8809-00001-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8809-00001-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8809-00001-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8809-00001-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8809-00001-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8809-00001-001

LV SWITCHGEAR/DB
1 Photo Cell Controlled 63A, 8-way, 3-phase, 4-wire, 400/230V, 50Hz, Distribution Board, IP42 c/w MCB+RCD 30mA sensitivity for lighting and power circuit protection c/w photoelectric cell & its relay contacts (DB-1) 200A, 12-way, 3-phase, 4-wire, 400/230V, 50Hz, Distribution Board, IP42 c/w MCB+RCD 30mA sensitivity for power circuit protection (AC UPS UDB1) 100A, 12-way, 3-phase, 4-wire, 400/230V, 50Hz, MCB Distribution Board, (DB-4) 63A, 12-way, 3-phase, 4-wire, 400/230V, 50Hz, MCB Distribution Board, (DB-5) 63A, 8-way, 3-phase, 4-wire, 400/230V, 50Hz, MCB Distribution Board, (DB-6) 100A, 12-way, 3-phase, 4-wire, 400/230V, 50Hz, Distribution Board, IP42 c/w MCB+RCD 30mA sensitivity for power circuit protection, (AC UPS UDB2) Eaton/ABB Halyester 1 PCS 1 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-4319-00001-001 See referenced drawing for load schedule of distribution board

Eaton/ABB

Halyester

PCS

SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-4319-00009-001

See referenced drawing for load schedule of distribution board See referenced drawing for load schedule of distribution board See referenced drawing for load schedule of distribution board See referenced drawing for load schedule of distribution board See referenced drawing for load schedule of distribution board

3 4 5

Eaton/ABB Eaton/ABB Eaton/ABB

Halyester Halyester Halyester

1 1 1

PCS PCS PCS

1 1 1

SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-4319-00002-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-4319-00006-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-4319-00004-001

Eaton/ABB

Halyester

PCS

SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-4319-00003-001

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POWER CABLES
1 3C x 70mm2 6000/10000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey (Gas Gen 1 to HV Switchgear) 3C x 70mm2 6000/10000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey (Gas Gen 2 to HV Switchgear) 3C x 70mm2 6000/10000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey (Gas Gen 3 to HV Switchgear) 3C x 70mm2 6000/10000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey (HV Switchgear to screw compressor motor) 3C x 70mm2 6000/10000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey (HV Switchgear to refrig. compressor motor 1) 3C x 70mm2 6000/10000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey (HV Switchgear to refrig. compressor motor 2) 3C x 70mm2 6000/10000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey (HV Switchgear to HV/LV Transformer 1) 3C x 70mm2 6000/10000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey (HV Switchgear to HV/LV Transformer 2) NEXANS 60 Metres 60 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification

NEXANS

60

Metres

60

NEXANS

60

Metres

60

NEXANS

ENERFLEX SCOPE

220

Metres

225

NEXANS

ENERFLEX SCOPE

230

Metres

235

NEXANS

ENERFLEX SCOPE

235

Metres

240

NEXANS

60

Metres

60

NEXANS

60

Metres

60

13 14 4C x 240mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey, Blue (Diesel Gen to Emergency LV Switchgear) 4C x 240mm2 600/1000V XLPE/AWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey, Blue (Main LV Switchgear to Emergency LV Switchgear) NEXANS 60 Metres 60 Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EASDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDA7771-00010-001 for cables S17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 specification SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001

15

NEXANS

60

Metres

60

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16 17 18

4C x 240mm2 600/1000V XLPE/AWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey, Blue (Main LV Switchgear to Emergency LV Switchgear) 3C x 16mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey (Close Drain Pumps A&B Feeder cables ) 3C x 16mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey (Open Drain Pumps A&B Feeder cables ) 3C x 25mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey (Train 1 & 2 Inlet Cooler Motors Feeder cables ) 3C x 95mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey (Train 1 & 2 Condensate Export Pumps Feeder cables ) 3C x 35mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey (Screw compressor recycle gas cooler Feeder cable ) 3C x 16mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey (Screw compressor lube oil pump Feeder cable ) 3C x 4mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey (Train 1 & 2 Heat Trim Cooler motor feeder cables ) 3C x 10mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey (Train 1 & 2 Glycol Injection pump feeder cables ) 3C x 6mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey (Train 1 & 2 Glycol vapour condemser feeder cables ) 3C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey (Train 1 & 2 Condensed water pump feeder cables ) 3C x 95mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey (Train 1 & 2 Heat medium pump feeder cables ) 3C x 10mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey (Train 1 & 2 compressor lube oil circ. pump feeder cables ) 3C x 70mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey (Train 1 & 2 Refrigerant condenser feeder cables ) 3C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey (Train 1 & 2 HP & LP K.O. Vessel Pump feeder cables ) 5C x 70mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey, Blue, Green/Yellow (125A Welding Socket Outlet 1 & 2 Junction Boxes) 3C x 50mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Blue, Green/Yellow (125A Welding Socket Outlet ) 4C x 10mm2 600/1000V XLPE/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey, Blue (Outdoor Lighting DB Feeder Cable)

NEXANS

60

Metres

60

SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001

Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification

NEXANS

280

Metres

20

300

SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001

NEXANS

280

Metres

20

300

NEXANS

ENERFLEX SCOPE

1740

Metres

60

1800

NEXANS

ENERFLEX SCOPE

1120

Metres

80

1200

NEXANS

ENERFLEX SCOPE

240

Metres

240

NEXANS

ENERFLEX SCOPE

240

Metres

240

NEXANS

ENERFLEX SCOPE

480

Metres

480

NEXANS

ENERFLEX SCOPE

980

Metres

20

1000

NEXANS

ENERFLEX SCOPE

490

Metres

10

500

NEXANS

ENERFLEX SCOPE

980

Metres

20

1000

NEXANS

ENERFLEX SCOPE

1030

Metres

20

1050

NEXANS

ENERFLEX SCOPE

510

Metres

10

520

NEXANS

ENERFLEX SCOPE

1010

Metres

40

1050

NEXANS

ENERFLEX SCOPE

1100

Metres

100

1200

NEXANS

280

Metres

20

300

SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001

NEXANS

60

Metres

60

NEXANS

30

Metres

30

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19

20

21

4C x 16mm2 600/1000V XLPE/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey, Blue (Control Building Lighting & Small Power DB Feeder Cable) 4C x 16mm2 600/1000V XLPE/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey, Blue (Electrical Building Lighting & Small Power DB Feeder Cable) 4C x 50mm2 600/1000V XLPE/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey, Blue (AC UPS 1 & 2 Feeder Cables) 4C x 35mm2 600/1000V XLPE/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey, Blue (AC UPS Bypass Feeder Cable) 4C x 10mm2 600/1000V XLPE/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey, Blue (Anti-condensation Heaters DB-2 & DB-5 Feeder Cables) 4C x 16mm2 600/1000V XLPE/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey, Blue (Power Plant Auxiliaries DB-10 & DB-11 Feeder Cables) 4C x 35mm2 600/1000V XLPE/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey, Blue (Control Building HVAC 1 & 2 Feeder Cables) 4C x 35mm2 600/1000V XLPE/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey, Blue (Electrical Building HVAC 1 & 2 Feeder Cables) 4C x 25mm2 600/1000V XLPE/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey, Blue (Cathodic Protection Rectifier Feeder Cable) 3C x 6mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey (Diesel Loading Pump Feeder cable ) 3C x 50mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey (Instrument Air Compressors A & B Feeder cables ) 3C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey (Instrument Air Compressors A & B Aftercooler Feeders ) 3C x 25mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey (Well Water Pump A & B JB Feeders ) 3C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey (Train 1 & 2 Motor Operated Valve Feeders ) 3C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey (Flow Control Valve Feeder ) 3C x 70mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey (Recip Compressor Coolers A & B Feeder cables ) 3C x 10mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey (Train 1 & 2 Burner Blower feeder cables ) 4C x 35mm2 600/1000V XLPE/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey, Blue (Gas generators 1,2 & 3; 225A Aux. DB Feeder Cables) 4C x 25mm2 600/1000V XLPE/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey, Blue (63A Telecom Gearswitch Feeder Cables)

NEXANS

50

Metres

50

SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001

NEXANS

30

Metres

30

NEXANS

100

Metres

100

NEXANS

50

Metres

50

NEXANS

60

Metres

60

NEXANS

60

Metres

60

NEXANS

100

Metres

100

NEXANS

100

Metres

100

NEXANS

150

Metres

150

NEXANS

60

Metres

60

NEXANS

120

Metres

120

NEXANS

120

Metres

120

NEXANS

240

Metres

20

260

NEXANS

300

Metres

20

320

NEXANS

150

Metres

10

160

NEXANS

ENERFLEX SCOPE

480

Metres

20

500

NEXANS

480

Metres

20

500

NEXANS

180

Metres

180

NEXANS

100

Metres

100

Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification
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23

24 25 26

3C x 185mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey (Agbada 2 Flowstation Booster Compressor motor feeder cable ) 3C x 10mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey (Agbada 2 Flowstation Booster Compressor cooler feeder cable ) 3C x 4mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey (Agbada 2 Flowstation Booster Compressor Glycol feeder cable ) 7C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable (Close Drain Pumps A&B RCU Feeder Cables) 7C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable (Open Drain Pumps A&B RCU Feeder cables ) 7C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable (Train 1 & 2 Inlet Cooler Motors RCU Feeder cables ) 7C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable (Train 1 & 2 Condensate Export Pumps RCU Feeder cables )

NEXANS

250

Metres

250

NEXANS

250

Metres

250

NEXANS

250

Metres

250

Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EASDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDA7771-00010-001 for cables S17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EASDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDA7771-00010-001 for cables S17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 specification SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00007-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification

NEXANS

280

Metres

20

300

27

NEXANS

280

Metres

20

300

28

NEXANS

ENERFLEX SCOPE

1740

Metres

60

1800

29

NEXANS

ENERFLEX SCOPE

1120

Metres

80

1200

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DOMGAS PROJECT (AGBADA NAG )

R01
S/N Brief Material Description Manufacturer MFR Part No. Base Quantity Unit

09-Aug-2012
Contingency (Spare)

A. Tejumola
Total Quantity

C. Emu

M. Kulkarni
Remarks

Reference Drawing / Document No

30

31

32

33

34

35

36

37

7C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable (Screw compressor recycle gas cooler RCU Feeder cable ) 7C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable (Screw compressor lube oil pump RCU Feeder cable ) 7C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable (Train 1 & 2 Heat Trim Cooler motor RCU feeder cables ) 7C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable (Train 1 & 2 Glycol Injection pump RCU feeder cables ) 7C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable (Train 1 & 2 Glycol vapour condenser RCU feeder cables ) 7C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable (Train 1 & 2 Condensed water pump RCU feeder cables ) 7C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable (Train 1 & 2 Heat medium pump RCU feeder cables ) 7C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable (Train 1 & 2 compressor lube oil circ. pump RCU feeder cables ) 7C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable (Train 1 & 2 Refrigerant condenser RCU feeder cables ) 7C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable (Train 1 & 2 HP & LP K.O. Vessel Pump RCU feeder cables ) 7C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable (Diesel Loading Pump RCU Feeder cable ) 7C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable (Instrument Air Compressors A & B RCU Feeder cables ) 7C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable (Instrument Air Compressors A & B Aftercooler RCU Feeders ) 7C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable (Well Water Pump A & B RCU Feeders ) 7C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable (Train 1 & 2 Motor Operated Valve RCU Feeders ) 7C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable (Flow Control Valve RCU Feeder ) 7C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable (Recip Compressor Coolers A & B RCU Feeder cables ) 7C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable (Train 1 & 2 Burner Blower RCU feeder cables ) 7C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable (Main Compressor drive motor RCU feeder cables ) 7C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable (Train 1 Refrig compressor motor RCU feeder cables )

NEXANS

ENERFLEX SCOPE

240

Metres

240

NEXANS

ENERFLEX SCOPE

240

Metres

240

NEXANS

ENERFLEX SCOPE

480

Metres

480

NEXANS

ENERFLEX SCOPE

980

Metres

20

1000

NEXANS

ENERFLEX SCOPE

490

Metres

10

500

NEXANS

ENERFLEX SCOPE

980

Metres

20

1000

NEXANS

ENERFLEX SCOPE

1030

Metres

20

1050

NEXANS

ENERFLEX SCOPE

510

Metres

510

NEXANS

ENERFLEX SCOPE

1010

Metres

40

1050

NEXANS

ENERFLEX SCOPE

1100

Metres

100

1200

NEXANS

60

Metres

60

NEXANS

120

Metres

120

NEXANS

120

Metres

120

NEXANS

240

Metres

10

250

NEXANS

300

Metres

20

320

NEXANS

150

Metres

10

160

NEXANS

ENERFLEX SCOPE

480

Metres

480

NEXANS

480

Metres

480

NEXANS

220

Metres

220

NEXANS

230

Metres

230

Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification

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DOMGAS PROJECT (AGBADA NAG )

R01
S/N Brief Material Description Manufacturer MFR Part No. Base Quantity Unit

09-Aug-2012
Contingency (Spare)

A. Tejumola
Total Quantity

C. Emu

M. Kulkarni
Remarks

Reference Drawing / Document No

7C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable (Train 2 Refrig compressor motor RCU feeder cables ) 7C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable (Agbada 2 Flowstation Booster Compressor motor RCU feeder cable ) 7C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable (Agbada 2 Flowstation Booster Compressor cooler RCU feeder cable ) 7C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable (Agbada 2 Flowstation Booster Compressor Glycol RCU feeder cable ) 5C x 25mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey, Blue, Green/Yellow (Floodlighting Cables) 3C x 4mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Blue, Green/Yellow (HV, main & emergency LV Switchboards Anti-condensation Feeder Cable) 3C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Blue, Green/Yellow (Diesel & Gas generators Anti-condensation heaters Feeder Cable) 3C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Blue, Green/Yellow (Open & Close Drain Pumps Anti-condensation heaters Feeder Cable) 3C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Blue, Green/Yellow (Train 1 & 2 Inlet Cooler Motors Anti-condensation heaters Feeder Cable) 3C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Blue, Green/Yellow (Train 1 & 2 Condensate Export Pumps Anti-condensation heaters Feeder Cable) 3C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Blue, Green/Yellow (Screw compressor recycle gas cooler Anti-condensation heater Feeder Cable) 3C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Blue, Green/Yellow (main compressor driver motor Anti-condensation heater Feeder Cable) 3C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Blue, Green/Yellow (screw compressor lube oil pump Anti-condensation heater Feeder Cable) 3C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Blue, Green/Yellow (Train 1 & 2 Heat medium trim coolers Anti-condensation heater Feeder Cable) 3C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Blue, Green/Yellow (Train 1 & 2 Glycol Injection Pumps Anti-condensation heater Feeder Cable)

NEXANS

235

Metres

235

NEXANS

250

Metres

250

NEXANS

250

Metres

250

NEXANS

250

Metres

250

Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification

NEXANS

1000

Metres

100

1100

NEXANS

90

Metres

90

NEXANS

240

Metres

240

NEXANS

560

Metres

40

600

NEXANS

ENERFLEX SCOPE

1740

Metres

60

1800

NEXANS

ENERFLEX SCOPE

1120

Metres

80

1200

NEXANS

ENERFLEX SCOPE

240

Metres

240

NEXANS

ENERFLEX SCOPE

220

Metres

220

NEXANS

ENERFLEX SCOPE

240

Metres

240

NEXANS

ENERFLEX SCOPE

480

Metres

20

500

NEXANS

ENERFLEX SCOPE

980

Metres

20

1000

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Rev

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Approved

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DOMGAS PROJECT (AGBADA NAG )

R01
S/N Brief Material Description Manufacturer MFR Part No. Base Quantity Unit

09-Aug-2012
Contingency (Spare)

A. Tejumola
Total Quantity

C. Emu

M. Kulkarni
Remarks

Reference Drawing / Document No

3C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Blue, Green/Yellow (Train 1 & 2 Glycol vapour condenser Anti-condensation heater Feeder Cable) 3C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Blue, Green/Yellow (Train 1 & 2 Condensed water Pumps Anti-condensation heater Feeder Cable) 3C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Blue, Green/Yellow (Train 1 & 2 Heat Medium Pumps Anti-condensation heater Feeder Cable) 3C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Blue, Green/Yellow (Train 1 & 2 Refrig. Compressor motors Anti-condensation heater Feeder Cable) 3C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Blue, Green/Yellow (Train 1 & 2 Compressor lube oil circ. pump Anti-condensation heater Feeder Cable) 3C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Blue, Green/Yellow (Train 1 & 2 Refrig condenser Anti-condensation heater Feeder Cable) 3C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Blue, Green/Yellow (HP & LP K.O. Vessel pumps Anti-condensation heater Feeder Cable) 3C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Blue, Green/Yellow (Diesel Loading Pumps Anti-condensation heaters Feeder Cable) 3C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Blue, Green/Yellow (Instrument Air Compressors A & B Anti-condensation heaters Feeder Cable) 3C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Blue, Green/Yellow (Instrument Air Compressors A & B Aftercoolers Anti-condensation heaters Feeder Cable) 3C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Blue, Green/Yellow (Well water pumps A & B Anti-condensation heaters Feeder Cable) 3C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Blue, Green/Yellow (Agbada 2 Flowstation Booster Compressor motor Anticondensation heaters Feeder Cable) 3C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Blue, Green/Yellow (Agbada 2 Flowstation Booster Compressor cooler Anticondensation heaters Feeder Cable) 3C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Blue, Green/Yellow (Agbada 2 Flowstation Booster Compressor glycol Anticondensation heaters Feeder Cable)

NEXANS

ENERFLEX SCOPE

490

Metres

10

500

Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification

NEXANS

ENERFLEX SCOPE

980

Metres

20

1000

NEXANS

ENERFLEX SCOPE

1030

Metres

20

1050

NEXANS

ENERFLEX SCOPE

480

Metres

480

NEXANS

ENERFLEX SCOPE

510

Metres

510

NEXANS

ENERFLEX SCOPE

1010

Metres

40

1050

NEXANS

ENERFLEX SCOPE

1100

Metres

100

1200

NEXANS

100

Metres

100

NEXANS

120

Metres

120

NEXANS

120

Metres

120

NEXANS

240

Metres

40

280

NEXANS

250

Metres

250

NEXANS

250

Metres

250

NEXANS

250

Metres

250

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Rev

Date

Prepared

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Reason for Issue

DOMGAS PROJECT (AGBADA NAG )

R01
S/N Brief Material Description Manufacturer MFR Part No. Base Quantity Unit

09-Aug-2012
Contingency (Spare)

A. Tejumola
Total Quantity

C. Emu

M. Kulkarni
Remarks

Reference Drawing / Document No

38

3C x 25mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Blue, Green/Yellow (HP & LP Flare Ignition Panel Feeder Cables) 3C x 2.5mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Blue, Green/Yellow (Gas Metering skid Feeder Cables) 3C x 4mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Blue, Green/Yellow (Diesel and Gas generators bettery chargers Feeder Cables) 3C x 4mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Blue, Green/Yellow (Analyser House JB Feeder Cables) 4C x 25mm2 600/1000V XLPE/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey, Blue (UPS Distribution Board Feeder Cable) 4C x 10mm2 600/1000V XLPE/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Black, Grey, Blue (MCC Building UPS Distribution Board Feeder Cable) 3C x 4mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Blue, Green/Yellow (Generator House Lighting Junction Boxes Feeder Cable) 3C x 4mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Blue, Green/Yellow (Compressor shed Lighting Junction Boxes Feeder Cable) 3C x 4mm2 600/1000V XLPE/SWA/PVC Copper Cable: Brown, Blue, Green/Yellow (Chemical shed Lighting Junction Box Feeder Cable) 30 Pair 1.5mm2 XLPE insulated, individual & overall screened, LSZH (Low smoke Zero halogen) sheathed, armoured instrument copper cables 500V Copper Cable (Generators to Synchronisation cabinet, Main switchboard to emergency switchboard)

NEXANS

340

Metres

20

360

SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001

NEXANS

340

Metres

20

360

NEXANS

240

Metres

20

260

NEXANS

300

Metres

20

320

NEXANS

50

Metres

50

NEXANS

50

Metres

50

NEXANS

120

Metres

120

NEXANS

360

Metres

40

400

NEXANS

120

Metres

120

Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification

39

NEXANS

240

Metres

240

SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00001-001, SDAS17893-AGBG1-EA-4308-00001

Refer to SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA7771-00010-001 for cables specification

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DOMGAS PROJECT (AGBADA NAG )

R01
S/N Brief Material Description Manufacturer MFR Part No. Base Quantity Unit

09-Aug-2012
Contingency (Spare)

A. Tejumola
Total Quantity

C. Emu

M. Kulkarni
Remarks

Reference Drawing / Document No

CABLE GLANDS
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 M50 Hazardous Area Type Cable Gland M40 Hazardous Area Type Cable Gland M32 Hazardous Area Type Cable Gland M25 Hazardous Area Type Cable Gland M20 Hazardous Area Type Cable Gland M20 Hazardous Area Type Cable Gland Earth Tags Heavy Duty Locknuts Serrated Washer Earth Tags Heavy Duty Locknuts Serrated Washer Earth Tags Heavy Duty Locknuts Serrated Washer Earth Tags Heavy Duty Locknuts Serrated Washer Earth Tags Heavy Duty Locknuts Serrated Washer M50 PVC Shroud M40 PVC Shroud M32 PVC Shroud M25 PVC Shroud M20 PVC Shroud M20 PVC Shroud M63 Hazardous Area Type Cable Gland c/w washer, lockenuts Hawke Hawke Hawke Hawke Hawke Hawke Hawke Hawke Hawke Hawke Hawke Hawke Hawke Hawke Hawke Hawke Hawke Hawke Hawke Hawke Hawke Hawke Hawke Hawke Hawke Hawke Hawke Hawke 501/453/RAC/D/M50 501/453/RAC/C2/M40 501/453/RAC/C//M32 501/453/RAC/B//M25 501/453/RAC/A/M20 501/453/RAC/O/M20 Earth Tag/M50 Locknut/M50 Serrated Washer/M50 Earth Tag/M40 Locknut/M40 Serrated Washer/M40 Earth Tag/M32 Locknut/M32 Serrated Washer/M32 Earth Tag/M25 Locknut/M25 Serrated Washer/M25 Earth Tag/M20 Locknut/M20 Serrated Washer/M20 PVC Shroud/D PVC Shroud/C2 PVC Shroud/C PVC Shroud/B PVC Shroud/A PVC Shroud/O 501/453/RAC/D/M63 100 128 150 200 200 200 3 5 5 64 128 128 19 38 38 50 95 95 190 370 370 8 130 40 105 170 200 24 PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS 4 100 128 150 200 200 200 3 5 5 64 128 128 19 38 38 50 95 95 190 370 370 8 130 40 105 170 200 28

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S/N Brief Material Description Manufacturer MFR Part No. Base Quantity Unit

09-Aug-2012
Contingency (Spare)

A. Tejumola
Total Quantity

C. Emu

M. Kulkarni
Remarks

Reference Drawing / Document No

CABLE LUGS
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 500mm2 Compression type cable Lug (for copper conductor) 400mm2 Compression type cable Lug (for copper conductor) 120mm2 Compression type cable Lug (for copper conductor) 95mm2 Compression type cable Lug (for copper conductor) 70mm2 Compression type cable Lug (for copper conductor) 50mm2 Compression type cable Lug (for copper conductor) 35mm2 Compression type cable Lug (for copper conductor) 25mm2 Compression type cable Lug (for copper conductor) 16mm2 Compression type cable Lug (for copper conductor) 10mm2 Compression type cable Lug (for copper conductor) 6mm2 Compression type cable Lug (for copper conductor) 4mm2 Compression type cable Lug (for copper conductor) 2.5mm2 Compression type cable Lug (for copper conductor) Burndy /3M/T&B Burndy /3M/T&B Burndy /3M/T&B Burndy /3M/T&B Burndy /3M/T&B Burndy /3M/T&B Burndy /3M/T&B Burndy /3M/T&B Burndy /3M/T&B Burndy /3M/T&B Burndy /3M/T&B Burndy /3M/T&B Burndy /3M/T&B 100 40 20 20 30 30 60 120 60 30 60 230 1100 PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS 100 40 20 20 30 30 60 120 60 30 60 230 1100

CABLE TRAY Electrical Building


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 750mm Hot Dip Galvanised Ladder Cable Tray Straight Section 600mm Hot Dip Galvanised Ladder Cable Tray Straight Section 150mm Hot Dip Galvanised Ladder Cable Tray Straight Section 750mm Hot Dip Galvanised Coupler Sets 600mm Hot Dip Galvanised Coupler Sets 150mm Hot Dip Galvanised Coupler Sets Fitting to Straight Length Fastner Sets Cable Tie Earth Continuity Connectors 750mm x 900 Horizontal Bend 600mm x 900 Horizontal Bend 750mm x 900 Vertical Outside Bend 600mm x 900 Vertical Outside Bend SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS PFB 750 90 600 G PFB 600 90 600 G POR 750 90 600 G POR 600 90 600 G SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS PL 750 G PL 600 G PL 150 G PC G PC G PC G LF G M10P50 36 15 60 13 6 20 200 50 30 5 2 5 1
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Metres Metres Metres PCS PCS PCS PCS PKT PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS

36 15 60 13 6 20 200 50 30 5 2 5 1

SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00003-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00003-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00003-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00003-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00003-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00003-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00003-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00003-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00003-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00003-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00003-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00003-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00003-001
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R01
S/N Brief Material Description Manufacturer MFR Part No. Base Quantity Unit

09-Aug-2012
Contingency (Spare)

A. Tejumola
Total Quantity

C. Emu

M. Kulkarni
Remarks

Reference Drawing / Document No

14 15 16 17 18

750mm x 600mm Horizontal Straight Reducer 750mm Dropout Plate 600mm Dropout Plate Hold Down Clip Tee Brackets

SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS

PSR 750 600 G DO 750 G DO 600 G PF G PTB G

1 15 15 60 40

PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS

1 15 15 60 40

SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00003-006 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00003-002 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00003-003 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00003-004 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-8801-00003-005

CABLE TRAY Pipe Rack


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 150mm Hot Dip Galvanised Cable Ladder - Straight Section (3m Length) 300mm Hot Dip Galvanised Cable Ladder - Straight Section (3m Length) 450mm Hot Dip Galvanised Cable Ladder - Straight Section (3m Length) 600mm Hot Dip Galvanised Cable Ladder - Straight Section (3m Length) Hot Dip Galvanised Cover for 150 ladder (3m Length) Hot Dip Galvanised Cover for 300 ladder (3m Length) Hot Dip Galvanised Cover for 450 ladder (3m Length) Hot Dip Galvanised Cover for 600 ladder (3m Length) Hot Dip Galvanised Hot Dip Galvanised Coupler Sets Hot Dip Galvanised Hot Dip Galvanised Bendable Connectors Hot Dip Galvanised Fastner Sets Hot Dip Galvanised Vertical Splice Connector Hot Dip Galvanised 150mm x 900 Horizontal Bend Hot Dip Galvanised 150mm x 450 Horizontal Bend Hot Dip Galvanised 150mm x 300 Horizontal Bend Hot Dip Galvanised 300mm x 450 Horizontal Bend Hot Dip Galvanised 450mm x 450 Horizontal Bend Hot Dip Galvanised 600mm x 900 Horizontal Bend Hot Dip Galvanised 150mm x 90 Horizontal Bend Cover Hot Dip Galvanised 150mm x 450 Horizontal Bend Cover Hot Dip Galvanised 150mm x 300 Horizontal Bend Cover
0

SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS

PL 150 G PL 300 G PL 450 G PL 600 G CV 150 G CV 300 G CV 450 G CV 600 G PC G PHG LF G M10P50 PV G PFB 150 90 600 G PFB 150 45 600 G PFB 150 30 600 G PFB 300 45 600 G PFB 450 45 600 G PFB 600 90 600 G FB CV 150 90 600 G FB CV 150 45 600 G FB CV 150 30 600 G

134 22 34 64 160 22 34 64 470 85 3000 400 34 18 10 2 4 6 34 18 10


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PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS

13 2 4 6 13 2 4 12 30 15 250 40 4 2

147 24 38 70 173 24 38 76 500 100 3250 440 38 20 10

4 4 6

4 2

38 20 10
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Checked

Approved

Reason for Issue

DOMGAS PROJECT (AGBADA NAG )

R01
S/N Brief Material Description Manufacturer MFR Part No. Base Quantity Unit

09-Aug-2012
Contingency (Spare)

A. Tejumola
Total Quantity

C. Emu

M. Kulkarni
Remarks

Reference Drawing / Document No

22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49

Hot Dip Galvanised 300mm x 450 Horizontal Bend Cover Hot Dip Galvanised 450mm x 450 Horizontal Bend Cover Hot Dip Galvanised 600mm x 900 Horizontal Bend Cover Hot Dip Galvanised 600mm x 600mm Horizontal Tee Hot Dip Galvanised 600mm x 600mm Horizontal Tee Cover Hot Dip Galvanised 150mm x 150mm Horizontal Tee Hot Dip Galvanised 150mm x 150mm Horizontal Tee Cover M10 Bolt and Nut for Clamp to Ladder (Comprise M10 coach bolt, flat washer, spring washer and nut) spring washer and nut Threaded rod M10 Threaded rod M10 Connector Tee Brackets 150mm Dropout Plate 300mm Dropout Plate 450mm Dropout Plate 600mm Dropout Plate Earth Continuity Connectors Hold Down Clip Hold Down Bracket Boltable Hold Down Bracket Boltable Angled Hold Down Brackets Flexible Expansion Couplers Rail-to-Rail Dropout Brackets Ancillary Mounting Bracket Ancillary Mounting Bracket Ancillary Mounting Bracket Ancillary Mounting Bracket Ancillary Mounting Plate UV Resistant Cable Tie

SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS SWIFTS LEGRAND

FB CV 300 45 600 G FB CV 450 45 600 G FB CV 600 90 600 G PT 600 600 R G T CV 600 600 R G PT 150 600 R G T CV 150 600 R G LF G M10P50 RC10 TR10 PTB G DO 150 G DO 300 G DO 450 G DO 600 G PLFEB PF G PJ G PN G PP G PE G MG AMB 150 G AMB 300 G AMB 450 G AMB 600 G MP G 0319 13

2 4 6 3 3 1 1 6250 50 50 50 20 20 20 10 1000 100 100 100 100 100 100 50 50 50 50 100 50


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PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PCS PKT

4 4 6 3 3 1 1

650 50 50 20

6900 100 100 70 20 20 20 10 1000 100 100 100 100 100 100

54 50

75 50 40

125 100 140 50


Rev. R01

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Rev

Date

Prepared

Checked

Approved

Reason for Issue

DOMGAS PROJECT (AGBADA NAG )

R01
S/N Brief Material Description Manufacturer MFR Part No. Base Quantity Unit

09-Aug-2012
Contingency (Spare)

A. Tejumola
Total Quantity

C. Emu

M. Kulkarni
Remarks

Reference Drawing / Document No

50 51 52 53 54 55 56

UV Resistant Cable Tie UV Resistant Cable Tie UV Resistant Cable Tie UV Resistant Cable Tie UV Resistant Cable Tie UV Resistant Cable Tie Tool for Colson Cable Ties

LEGRAND LEGRAND LEGRAND LEGRAND LEGRAND LEGRAND LEGRAND

0319 16 0319 19 0319 20 0319 21 0319 22 0319 25 0319 96

50 50 50 50 50 50 2

PKT PKT PKT PKT PKT PKT PCS

50 50 50 50 50 50 2

WELDING SOCKET
1 2 400VAC, 50Hz, 125A Industrial Welding Socket, Ex II, IP67, c/w bolts & nuts 230VAC, 50Hz, 125A Industrial Welding Socket, Ex II, IP67, c/w bolts & nuts ABB ABB 2CMA163737R1000 2CMA163735R1000 1 1 PCS PCS 2 1 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-4025-00001-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-4025-00001-001

OTHERS
1 2 3 9Kg Portable CO2 Fire Extinguisher 9Kg Portable Dry Chemical Powder Fire Extinguisher Portable eye wash station (for battery room) 6 2 1 PCS PCS PCS 6 2 1 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-4018-00001-001 SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-4018-00001-001

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Contract No.

UNIT

Sheet

Revision C01

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TECHNICAL DATA SHEET FOR GAS ENGINE GENERATING SET


Generator Tags : G-8201A/B/C Purpose : POWER GENERATION 3

DESIGN DATA
Rated Power : Rated voltage (Un) : Shape : Duty : Continuous Insulated - Earthed Solid Earthed Water type : STA -Fouling factor : STA m2C/W C C 1914 6.6 kVA kV with lagging power factor : 5 % - Frequency : 50 Hz 2 0.8 - N. of poles : 4 3 % - N. of phases :

System Neutral Point

Earthed by resistance Air - Water

GENERATOR DATA

Cooling System

Inlet pressure : Max. loss of pressure :

kPa - Inlet temperature : kPa - Max. temperature stage :

Self lubrication - Independent forced lubrication Lubrication Forced lubrication from driving machine System Execution & Degree of Protection
Starting Method

Enclosure :

IP 54 IP 55 Battery Type: Others - Static Ni-Cd

IP 55 Terminal boxes : Instrument and auxiliaries : Air Start Pneumatic Start Brushless Voltage regulated Current compensate

Battery start Hydraulic Start

Excitation Type
EXCITATION AND CONTROL SYSTEM DATA

- With permanent magnet generator (PMG) - Reactive power regulated 300 s % % In per % - Regulation accuracy : 3 s

- Power factor regulated

Excitation Short circuit sustained CharacterVoltage regulator range : istics Speed response : Indoor - Outdoor 6.6

LOCATION ELECTRIC SYSTEM DATA

Operational voltage (Ue) : Max./min. short circuit power : Type : Coupling : Direct - Gear No No

kV 10 25

% - Frequency : KA - Rated Power :

50

Hz

1531

kW

- Yes - Yes kg -

Coupling type:

DRIVING MACHINE DATA

I = mr2 kgm2 Axial thrust toward motor : Baseplate : Common Lube oil system for generator :

- Not common

STA = SUPPLIER TO ADVISE

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Tags : G-8201A/B/C - Quantity No. :
3

DESIGN DATA
Connecti Direct on to Network Reference diagram : Through busways Power Through cables Connecti on - Type : - Type : 3C x 70mm2

CONNECTION DETAILS

Normal Isolate Operation In parallel

- with generators
kVA

- with external network


ACTUAL RUNNING LOAD Cos f 0.8 APPLIED LOAD kVA 1914 Cos f 0.8

VOLTAGE DROP Max. Transient % 2

WORKING CONDITION

Transien t

Maximum voltage variation for application of steps of load

1914

Short Cct In case of bolted short circuit at the machine terminals, generator shall supply a minimum Performa short circuit current of 100 % rated current for 1 s. nces

Controls:
AUXILLARY SUPPLY

24 V DC24 VDC EQUIPMENT Pos.


2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8 2.9 2.10 2.11 2.12 2.13 Line and start Point Panel Generator Control Panel

Hz Hz CONTROL & TRIP DEVICES Air filter working order Cooling fluid circulation Internal over-pressure

Signallings/ Alarms : Pos.


1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4

Space heaters Star center CT Voltage regulator Excitation system Lube oil system Winding temperature detectors Bearing temperature detectors Foundation slab and bolts

ACCESSORY AND ANCILLARY EQUIPMENT

1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 1.9 1.10 1.11 1.12 1.13

CONTROL PANELS

Protection Relays as per protection and metering single line diagram

STA = SUPPLIER TO ADVISE

CUSTOMER

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UNIT

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Tags : G-8201A/B/C - Quantity No. : 3

CONSTRUCTION DATA
Mfr. & construction type : Rated current : RPM : 1500 200 - Overspeed : Star F F 82 - Delta - Temperature rise : - Temperature rise : dB(A) at 1 metre 100 % Rated power 150% B B A% - Rotation (1) : CW

Windings connection : Stator insulation class : Rotor insulation class : Overall noise level :

- Terminals number :

Maximum power output with one fan out of service :

COS PHI CONVENTIONAL EFFICIENCY 0.98

4/4 LOAD

3/4 LOAD

1/2 LOAD

VOLTAGE VARIATION ON FULL LOAD AT NO LOAD CONDITION WITH CONSTANT EXCITATION AND SPEED

COS PHI 0.8

DELTA V% STA

Short circuit ratio : SUBTRANSIENT


Saturated REACTANCE Not Saturated 0.08%

TRANSIENT
Saturated

SYNCHRONOUS

Not Saturated Saturated Not Saturated

DIRECT

0.15%

Subtransient (Td") :
TIME CONSTANTS

0.04

s - open circuit (Tdo') :

s-

Reactive power at Cos f = 0 e Un :

under exciting

kVAR - over exciting

kVAR

Type :
EXCITATION AND CONTROL SYSTEM

Characteristics :

BEARINGS TYPE

DE : NDE: Grease - Oil - Type : kg - Oil flow : 50 kPa Star point terminal box : Cable gland plate - Viscosity : ISO VG32 h Quality for first filling : Inlet pressure : Position (1) : Connection : 2 X 30 l/min - Lubricating interval :

LUBRICANT

JUST BEFORE ENTRANCE OF BEARING LEFT (DE) - line terminal box :RIGHT (DE)

POWER TERMINAL BOXES

AUXILIARIES TERMINALS

POSITION (1): LEFT (DE)

STA = SUPPLIER TO ADVISE

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Sheet

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TECHNICAL DATA SHEET FOR GAS ENGINE GENERATING SET


Tags : G-8201A/B/C 3

CONSTRUCTION DATA
Quantity :
COOLERS

- Independent
3

Cooling water flow :

m /s Position on generator frame : Quantity N. : 1 - Type : - Position :

FILTERS

Enclosure dimensions : STA I = mr2 kgm2 Axial thrust toward driven machine No : Maximum dimensions : Length Masses : Painting : Total Colour STA STA kg - rotor - cycle - Yes m - width STA kg m - height kg - Lift mass : STA kg -

ACCESSORY AND ANCILLARY EQUIPMENT


Pos. Qty. CONSTRUCTION CHARACTERISTICS

Notes: STA = SUPPLIER TO ADVISE

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Sheet

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TECHNICAL DATA SHEET FOR EMERGENCY DIESEL GENERATOR


Generator Tags : G-8301 1 Purpose : POWER GENERATION

DESIGN DATA
Rated Power : Rated voltage (Un) : Shape : Duty : Continuous Insulated - Earthed Solid Earthing Water type : 0.12 STA -Fouling factor : 10 43 m2C/W C C Emergency
Stand-by

500 0.400

kVA kV 5

with lagging power factor : 50Hz 2 % - Frequency : %

0.8 - N. of poles :

- N. of phases : 3

System Neutral Point

Earthed by resistance Air - Water

GENERATOR DATA

Cooling System

Inlet pressure : Max. loss of pressure : Self lubrication

kPa - Inlet temperature : kPa - Standard Ambient Temp :

- Independent forced lubrication

Lubrication System

Forced lubrication from driving machine

IP 54 Execution & Enclosure : IP 55 Degree of Terminal boxes : Protection Instrument and auxiliaries : Air Start
Starting Method

IP 55 Battery Type: Others - Static Ni-Cd

Battery start Hydraulic Start

Pneumatic Start Brushless Voltage regulated

Excitation Type
EXCITATION AND CONTROL SYSTEM DATA

- With permanent magnet generator (PMG) - Reactive power regulated 300 s % % In per % - Regulation accuracy : 3 s

- Power factor regulated

Current compensate Excitation Characteristics Short circuit sustained Voltage regulator range : Speed response :

LOCATION ELECTRIC SYSTEM DATA

Indoor

- Outdoor 0.400 kV 5 40 % - Frequency : KA - Rated Power : Direct - Gear No No - Yes - Yes kg Coupling type: STA 400 kW 50 Hz 2 %

Operational voltage (Ue) : Max./min. short circuit power : Type : Coupling : STA I = mr2 kgm2 Axial thrust toward motor : Baseplate : Common Lube oil system for generator :

DRIVING MACHINE DATA

- Not common

STA = SUPPLIER TO ADVISE

CUSTOMER PLANT LOCATION AGBADA NAG PROJECT DOMGAS

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UNIT
0

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Tags : G-8301

DESIGN DATA
Direct Connection to Network Reference diagram : Through busways
CONNECTION DETAILS

-kV - Type : - Type :

- kVA

- Vsc %

Power Connection

Through cables

2nos 4C x 240mm2

Normal Operation

Isolate In parallel

- with generators
kVA

- with external network


ACTUAL RUNNING LOAD Cos f 0.8 APPLIED LOAD kVA 500 Cos f 0.8

VOLTAGE DROP Max. Transient % 2

WORKING CONDITION

Transient

Maximum voltage variation for application of steps of load

500

In case of bolted short circuit at the machine terminals, generator shall supply a minimum
Short Cct short circuit current of Performances

100 24 VDC 24 VDC -

% rated current for Hz Hz Pos.


2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4 2.5 2.6 2.7 2.8 2.9 2.10 2.11 2.12 2.13

s.

Controls:
AUXILLARY SUPPLY

Signallings/ Alarms : Pos.


1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4

EQUIPMENT Space heaters Star center CT Voltage regulator Excitation system Lube oil system Winding temperature detectors Bearing temperature detectors Foundation support and bolts

CONTROL & TRIP DEVICES Air filter working order Cooling fluid circulation Internal over-pressure

ACCESSORY AND ANCILLARY EQUIPMENT

1.5 1.6 1.7 1.8 1.9 1.10 1.11 1.12 1.13

Line and start Point Panel Generator Control Panel


CONTROL PANELS

Protection Relays as per protection and metering single line diagram

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JOB

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Sheet

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Tags : G-8301

CONSTRUCTION DATA
Mfr. & construction type : Rated current : RPM : Windings connection : Stator insulation class : Rotor insulation class : Overall noise level : 1500 Star F F 85 800 - Overspeed : - Delta - Temperature rise : - Temperature rise : dB(A) at 1 metre % Rated power 150 B B A% - Rotation (1) : - Terminals number : CW

Maximum power output with one fan out of service :

COS PHI CONVENTIONAL EFFICIENCY 0.93

4/4 LOAD

3/4 LOAD

1/2 LOAD

VOLTAGE VARIATION ON FULL LOAD AT NO LOAD CONDITION WITH CONSTANT EXCITATION AND SPEED

COS PHI 0.8

DELTA V% STA

Short circuit ratio : SUBTRANSIENT


Saturated REACTANCE Not Saturated 0.08

TRANSIENT
Saturated Not Saturated

SYNCHRONOUS
Saturated Not Saturated

DIRECT

0.15

Subtransient (Td") :
TIME CONSTANTS

0.04

s - open circuit (Tdo') :

s-

Reactive power at Cos f = 0 e Un : Type :


EXCITATION AND CONTROL SYSTEM

under exciting

kVAR - over exciting

kVAR

Characteristics :

BEARINGS TYPE

DE : NDE: Grease - Oil - Type : kg - Oil flow : 50 kPa Star point terminal box :400 Cable gland plate - Viscosity : ISO VG 32 h Quality for first 40 : filling Inlet pressure : Position (1) : Connection : 2 X 30 l/min - Lubricating interval : RIGHT (DE)

LUBRICANT

JUST BEFORE ENTRANCE OF BEARING LEFT (DE) - line terminal box :

POWER TERMINAL BOXES

AUXILIARIES TERMINALS

POSITION (1): LEFT (DE)

STA = SUPPLIER TO ADVISE

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JOB

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Sheet

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Tags : G-8301

CONSTRUCTION DATA
Quantity N. :
COOLERS

ONE (1) - Independent m3/s

Cooling water flow : 500 Position on generator frame :

FILTERS

Quantity N. :

- Type :

- Position :

Enclosure dimensions : STA I = mr2 kgm2 Axial thrust toward driven machine : Maximum dimensions : Masses : Painting : Total Colour Length STA No STA kg - rotor - cycle - Yes mm - width STA kg STA mm kg -

mm - height kg - Lift mass :

ACCESSORY AND ANCILLARY EQUIPMENT


Pos. Qty. CONSTRUCTION CHARACTERISTICS

STA = SUPPLIER TO ADVISE

OWNER:

DOMESTIC GAS PROJECT AGBADA NAG

CONTRACTOR:

DATA SHEET FOR 6.6KV SWITCHGEAR AND CONTROLGEAR ASSEMBLIES

REV.: C01
Details
A APPLICABLE SPECIFICATION & STANDARD SPECIFICATIONS MANUFACTURING STANDARD SWITCHGEAR TAG NO. SINGLE LINE DIAGRAM SPEC IEC STANDARDS SB100D1 ATTACHED

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Vendor Response

CLIENT Requirements

LOCATION/QUANTITY:

INDOOR/ ONE (1)

C 1 2 3 4 5

SERVICE/SITE CONDITIONS DESIGN AMBIENT TEMPERATURE (Max./Min.) SITE ALTITUDE RELATIVE HUMIDITY (Max.) ANNUAL RAINFALL ENVIORNMENT 43 OC/180C SEA LEVEL 100% 3800 mm (AVERAGE) HUMID

D 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10

CONSTRUCTION INTERRUPTING MEDIUM (SF6/ VACUUM/ OTHERS) ARRANGEMENT (SINGLE/ DOUBLE ROW) TYPE- ARC RESISTANCE (AIS/ GIS) POWER CABLE ENTRY (BOTTOM/ TOP) CONTROL CABLE ENTRY (BOTTOM/TOP) INGRESS PROTECTION EXTENDABLE (RIGHT/ LEFT/ BOTH) BASE FRAME REQUIRED (YES/ NO) TYPE OF ENCLOSURE (METAL/ INSULATED ENCLOSED) SHUTTER MARKING, COVER AND DOORS VACUUM VTA AIR INSULATED SWITCHGEAR (AIS) BOTTOM BOTTOM IP42 BOTH YES METAL ENCLOSED (ARC RESISTANT) AS PER SPEC

E 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8

SYSTEM PARTICULARS VOLTAGE FREQUENCY NO. OF PHASES / WIRE SYSTEM GROUNDING (ISOLATED/ SOLID/ IMPEDANCE EARTHED CONTINUOUS RATING SHORT TIME WITHSTAND CURRENT PEAK WITHSTAND CURRENT NUMBER OF BUS SECTIONS (1/ 2/ 3) 6600V 50 Hz 10% 5%

3 PHASE / 3 WIRE NER 600A 25 kA FOR 1 SEC, 3-Ph, SYMM. 63 kA FOR 1 SEC VTA 30 Ohms

OWNER:

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CONTRACTOR:

DATA SHEET FOR 6.6KV SWITCHGEAR AND CONTROLGEAR ASSEMBLIES

REV.: C01
Details
F 1 2 3 MAIN BUSBAR CONDUCTOR (Cu/ Al) BARE/ INSULATED LOCATION (TOP/BOTTOM) SPEC INSULATED TOP ATTACHED G 1 2 3 SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS PAINTING TYPE AND SHADE METERING AND PROTECTION FUNCTIONS INTERFACE WITH DCS SYSTEM AS PER SPEC AS PER SPEC YES - AS PER SPEC

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Vendor Response

CLIENT Requirements

H 1 2 3 4 5 6 8

CONTROL/AUXILIARY SUPPLY MAIN CONTACTOR COIL CIRCUIT BREAKER CLOSING & TRIPPING COIL PROTECTIVE RELAY PANEL & MOTOR SPACE HEATER SPRING CHARGER MOTOR CB TRIP TIME MONITORING RR/TRM RELAY REQUIRED VTA 110VDC VTA 230VAC VTA YES YES

I 1 2 3 4 5 6

ACCESSORIES SPACE HEATER REQUIRED MOUNTING CHANELLS (YES/ NO) LIFTING EYE BOLTS (YES/NO) HANDLING TRUCK (YES/ NO) SAFETY DEVICES (YES/ NO) SURGE ARRESTER (YES/ NO) YES YES YES YES YES YES

INSPECTION AND TESTING FAT WITNESS (YES/ NO) ROUTINE TESTS (YES/ NO) TYPE TEST CERTIFICATE SUBMISSION SPECIAL TESTS (YES/ NO) YES REQUIRED REQUIRED NO

OWNER:

DOMESTIC GAS PROJECT AGBADA NAG

CONTRACTOR:

DATA SHEET FOR 6.6KV SWITCHGEAR AND CONTROLGEAR ASSEMBLIES

REV.: C01
Details
K DETAILS OF NER QUANTITY SPACE HEATER (YES/ NO) TAG # COOLING SYSTEM VOLTAGE (L-L) RESISTOR VOLTAGE (L-N) CURRENT RATING TIME RATING ENCLOSURE IP RATING RESISTOR MATERIAL MOUNTING HV CABLE SIZE EARTHING CABLE SIZE DETAILS OF CT - CT1 (FOR 51G) - CT2 (FOR 64R) YES (VTA) YES (VTA) SPEC YES RR-01 ATTACHED 6.6KV 3.8KV 160A 10SEC IP56 STAINLESS STEEL FLOOR MOUNTED 3CX70mm2, Cu/XLPE/SWA/PVC 1C x 70mm2 COPPER

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CLIENT Requirements

INSPECTION AND TESTING FAT WITNESS (YES/ NO) ROUTINE TESTS (YES/ NO) TYPE TEST CERTIFICATE SUBMISSION SPECIAL TESTS YES REQUIRED REQUIRED TEMPERATURE RISE TEST

ADDITIONAL NOTES

Vendor shall provide adequate space for termination of incoming and outgoing power cables

All termination at 6.6KV shall be done by Heat Shrink termination kits ease of operation. Maximum height of the MCC including base channel shall be 2.3 metres.

All label, documentation and equipment tagging shall be in English Language. Switchgear shall be tagged in front and rear sides

CT2 in NER and CT in 6.6KV switchgear for restricted earth fault protection of generators shall be of same make and supplied by switchgear vendor 600A

CT, PT BURDEN AND ACCURACY CLASS TO BE SELECTED BY VENDOR

OWNER:

DOMESTIC GAS PROJECT AGBADA NAG

CONTRACTOR:

DATA SHEET FOR 6.6KV SWITCHGEAR AND CONTROLGEAR ASSEMBLIES

REV.: C01
Details CLIENT Requirements INFORMATION BY SWITCHGEAR VENDOR
N 1 2 3 GENERAL MANUFACTURER NAME TYPE RATED SHORT CIRCUIT STRENGTH THERMAL DYNAMIC 4 5 6 7 TYPE OF ENCLOSURE (METAL/INSULATED) DEGREE OF PROTECTION (IP) TOTAL MASS OF EQUIPMENT CONTROL VOLTAGE CLOSING TRIPPING 8 9 10 11 SPECIFIED TENDER DOCUMENT ATTACHED (YES/ NO) ANY DEVIATIONFROM SEPCIFICATION (LIST IF ANY) TOTAL DIMENSION (LxWxD) SPACE HEATER POWER RATING mm V ac/dc V dc ATTACHED kA for 1s kA crest

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Vendor Response

SPEC

INFORMATION BY NER VENDOR


O 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 GENERAL MANUFACTURER NAME OVERALL DIMENSIONS (Lx Wx D) IP RATING OHMIC VALUE VOLTAGE GRADE TEMPERATURE RESISTANCE COEFFICIENT RESISTANCE TOLERANCE INSULATION LEVEL TEMPERATURE RISE TIME RATING % kV
0

mm

Ohms kV

Sec

Data / requisition sheet for

MAIN LV SWITCHBOARD (sheet 2/4)


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Design book Contr. job MESC

No. : No. : No. :

page:

Specific requirements Schedule Power system type Electrical supply characteristics Rated current of busbar system Prospective short time withstand current Service conditions Location Special service conditions Pollution degree Special transport conditions Anti condensation heaters required Type of enclosure IMCS required RR/TRM relay bases required Measuring Instruments Transducers required for signals to DCS Type of mounting Framework required Type of fuses Witnessed routine testing / inspection Special tests required Language on equipment Language on documentation

: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :

REQUIREMENTS AND CONDITIONS General As per Specification - SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-7771-00005 and IEC 60439-1 TTN-S / Voltage: 400 V5% ; Frequency: 50 Hz2% As per Specification SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-7771-00005 (specify details) 2500 A 50 kA/s; n: as per IEC / As per specification - SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-7771-00005 Land installation; indoors Arc Resistant Type 3 no yes metal ; multi-cubicle yes (details on sheet 4 of this requisition) no digital Yes freestanding yes Cable entries : incoming: bottom DIN / BS : outgoing: bottom yes Cable gland plate : Undrilled no Glands required : no English Glands type : English Padlock hasp size : 5mm / mm minimum

INFORMATION TO BE SUBMITTED BY MANUFACTURER WITH THE QUOTATION Make and type : Manufacturing location : Assembly : ; Main Components : Rated short-circuit strength : thermal: kA rms, 1s; dynamic: IMCS type : Type of enclosure : Type of mounting : Degree of protection : IP Anti condensation heaters included : yes / no Rain canopy : yes / no Total mass of equipment : kg Specified tender documentation attached : yes / no Any deviations from specification : no (if yes, list deviations) :

kA crest (see sheet 4)

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS AND REMARKS

REMARKS ON REVISIONS

Made by: Chked by: Appr. by: Eng. by Principal : :

C.N C.E M.K

Date Date Date

EQUIPMENT : PLANT : CONSIGNEE : METS

MAIN LV SWITCHGEAR AGBADA NAG METS

Rev. letter C01 Date 23/05/12 Sign. Sheet No. 2 continued on sheet No. 3

Equipm. No. SB100E1 Req. No.

Data / requisition sheet for

EMERGENCY SWITCHBOARD (sheet 3/4)


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No. : No. : No. :

page:

Specific requirements Schedule Power system type Electrical supply characteristics Rated current of busbar system Prospective short time withstand current Service conditions Location Special service conditions Pollution degree Special transport conditions Anti condensation heaters required Type of enclosure IMCS required RR/TRM relay bases required Measuring Instruments Transducers required for signals to DCS Type of mounting Framework required Type of fuses Witnessed routine testing / inspection Special tests required Language on equipment Language on documentation

: : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : : :

REQUIREMENTS AND CONDITIONS General As per Specification - SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-7771-00005 and IEC 60439-1 TTN-S / Voltage: 400 V5% ; Frequency: 50 Hz2% As per Specification - SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-7771-00005 (specify details) A 1000 40 kA/s; n: as per IEC / As per Specification - SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-7771-00005 Land installation; indoors Arc Resistant Type 3 no yes metal ; multi-cubicle yes (details on sheet 4 of this requisition) no digital Yes freestanding yes Cable entries : incoming: bottom DIN / BS : outgoing: bottom yes Cable gland plate : Undrilled no Glands required : no English Glands type : English Padlock hasp size : 5mm / mm minimum

INFORMATION TO BE SUBMITTED BY MANUFACTURER WITH THE QUOTATION Make and type : Manufacturing location : Assembly : ; Main Components : Rated short-circuit strength : thermal: kA rms, 1s; dynamic: IMCS type : Type of enclosure : Type of mounting : Degree of protection : IP Anti condensation heaters included : yes / no Rain canopy : yes / no Total mass of equipment : kg Specified tender documentation attached : yes / no Any deviations from specification : no (if yes, list deviations) :

kA crest (see sheet 4)

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS AND REMARKS

REMARKS ON REVISIONS

Made by: Chked by: Appr. by: Eng. by Principal : :

C.N C.E M.K

Date Date Date

EQUIPMENT : PLANT : CONSIGNEE : METS

EMERGENCY LV SWITCHBOARD AGBADA NAG METS

Rev. letter C01 Date 23/05/12 Sign. Sheet No. 3 continued on sheet No. 4

Equipm. No. SB100E2 Req. No.

Data / requisition sheet for

LV SWITCHBOARD - IMCS (sheet 4/4)


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53

(applicable only if IMCS is specified) REQUIREMENTS AND CONDITIONS General Specific requirements As per Specification : FCU's for feeders required : all Optional requirements for motor starters : - auto restart : no - power and power factor monitoring : yes - under current protection : yes - under voltage protection : yes (only with latched contactors) - over temperature protection : yes (Pt100 / thermistor) Optional requirements for feeders : - power and power factor monitoring : yes - overcurrent protection : yes - earthfault protection : yes Redundancy connection CCU - MCU/FCU : yes (specify details as required) Redundancy connection CCU - DCS : yes (specify details as required) Number of Engineering Work Stations (EWS) required : 1 Number of Hand Held Terminals (HHT) required : combined with EWS Electrical supply to MCU / FCU : local UPS supply available : yes Trip supply availability indicator and alarm : yes Make and type of DCS : make: type: : Witnessed inspection required : yes Site installation : yes : Commissioning : yes : Start-up assistance : yes Language on documentation : English Simulation unit for training : yes Language on equipment : English Quotation for spare parts covering 2 years : yes

Design book Contr. job MESC

No. : No. : No. :

page:

INFORMATION TO BE SUBMITTED BY MANUFACTURER WITH THE QUOTATION Make and type of IMCS : Manufacturing location : (specify separately for main components) Nearest service organisation / location : Details of electrical supply included : yes / (specify for various components) Any deviations from specification : no (if yes, list deviations)

Test protocol attached Specified tender documentation attached

: yes / no : yes / no

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS AND REMARKS

REMARKS ON REVISIONS

Made by: Chked by: Appr. by: Eng. by Principal : :

C.N C.E M.K

Date Date Date

EQUIPMENT : PLANT : CONSIGNEE : METS

LV SWITCHBOARD AGBADA NAG METS

Rev. letter C01 Date 23/05/12 Sign. Sheet No. 4 continued on sheet No.

Equipm. No. SB100E1 & 2 Req. No.

OWNER:

DOMESTIC GAS PROJECT AGBADA NAG

CONTRACTOR:

DATA SHEET FOR POWER TRANSFORMER


REV.: C01
PART - A : SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS
A APPLICABLE SPECIFICATION & STANDARD AS PER SPEC; IEC 60076

PAGE 2 of 6

QUANTITY :

C 1 2 3 4 5

CLIMATIC CONDITIONS DESIGN AMBIENT TEMPERATURE (Min./Max.) SITE ALTUTUDE RELATIVE HUMIDITY (Max.) ANNUAL RAINFALL ATMOSPHERE 43/18 oC SEA LEVEL 100% 3800 mm HUMID (AVERAGE)

D 1 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 2 2.1 2.2 2.3 2.4

SYSTEM PARTICULARS PRIMARY SYSTEM : VOLTAGE(FULL LOAD) NO. OF PHASES / WIRE SYSTEM GROUNDING FAULT LEVEL (R.M.S) SECONDARY SYSTEM : VOLTAGE (FULL LOAD) NO. OF PHASES / WIRE SYSTEM GROUNDING FAULT LEVEL (R.M.S) 400V (415V) 3 PHASE / 4 WIRE SOLID 50kA FOR 1 SEC 6600V 3 PHASE / 3 WIRE GROUNDED THROUGH NER 25kA FOR 1 SEC

E 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9

TECHNICAL PARTICULARS RATING NO. OF PHASES VOLTAGE RATIO : PRIMARY / SECONDARY VECTOR GROUP FREQUENCY % IMPEDANCE TYPE OF COOLING INSTALLATION INSULATION LEVEL a) FOR IMPULSE TEST b) FOR POWER FREQUENCY AS PER IEC 60076-2 AS PER IEC 60076-2 1250 kVA THREE 6600/400V at mid point tap and at no load Dyn 11 50 Hz 5.00% ONAN OUTDOOR

10

TEMPERATURE RISE: a) WINDING b) OIL AS PER IEC 60076-2 AS PER IEC 60076-2 SEALED TYPE (OIL IMMNERSED)

11

TYPE OF TRANSFORMER (CONSERVATOR / SEALED)

OWNER:

DOMESTIC GAS PROJECT AGBADA NAG

CONTRACTOR:

DATA SHEET FOR POWER TRANSFORMER


REV.: C01
PART - A : SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS (CONTD)
E 12 TECHNICAL PARTICULARS (CONTD) ADDITIONAL BUSHING FOR NEUTRAL EARTHING : a) FOR PRIMARY b) FOR SECONDARY c) EARTH CONDUCTOR SIZE 13 14 15 16 16.1 TAP CHANGER : HV SIDE RANGE OF TAPS / STEPS TAP CHANGER : ON LOAD/OFFLOAD PROTECTIVE CT's HV SIDE : RATIO ACCURACY CLASS 16.2 LV SIDE : (for Neutral) RATIO ACCURACY CLASS RATIO ACCURACY CLASS 17 MOUNTING OF CT's : HV SIDE LV SIDE VTA VTA 2500/1A 5P10 VTA VTA VTA VTA NOT REQUIRED REQUIRED VTA OFF CIRCUIT 5 %, IN STEPS OF + 2.5% OFF LOAD

PAGE 3 of 6

F 1 2 2.1 3 3.1 4 5 6 7

CONSTRUCTION TERMINAL BOX ARRANGEMENT : HV & LV PRIMARY TERMINAL TYPE CABLE / CONDUCTOR SIZE SECONDARY TERMINAL TYPE CABLE / CONDUCTOR SIZE CABLE ENTRY RADIATOR PAINTING FITTINGS & ACCESSORIES (MINIMUM) OPPOSITE TO EACH OTHER CABLE BOX WITH DISCONNECTING CHAMBER 3CX35mm2, Cu/XLPE/SWA/PVC CABLE BOX WITH DISCONNECTING CHAMBER 14nos 1CX400mm2, Cu/XLPE/SWA/PVC GLANDS DETACHEABLE EPOXY BASED DRAIN SAMPLING VALVE PRESSURE VALVE WINDING TEMPERATURE INDICATOR OIL TEMPERATURE INDICATOR

OIL STORAGE TANK

OIL STORAGE TANK ASSEMBLY INCLUDING FILTER, LEVEL LEVEL INDICATOR, HUMIDOTY DRYER WITH SILICA GEL BREATHER

BI-DIRECTIONAL RAILWHEEL/ ROLLER

BIDIRECTIONAL ROLLERS WITH SKID UNDERBASE

OWNER:

DOMESTIC GAS PROJECT AGBADA NAG

CONTRACTOR:

DATA SHEET FOR POWER TRANSFORMER


REV.: C01
PART - A : SPECIFIC REQUIREMENTS (CONTD)
G H I PERFORMANCE PARTICULARS DRAWING, DATA & TEST CERTIFICATES INSPECTION & TESTING ROUTINE TESTS TYPE TESTS SPECIAL TESTS FACTORY ACCEPTANCE TEST VENDOR TO FURNISH AS PER PART-B YES AS PER SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-7771-00009 YES NO (Only Type Test Certificate to be submitted) NO YES

PAGE 4 of 6

NOTES & ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS 1. TRANSFORMER SHALL BE BUILT IN ACCORDANCE WITH & CONTAINS ALL THE STANDARD FEATURES SPECIFIED IN IEC (INCLUDING WEATHER PROOFING & AUTO PRESSURE RELIEF DEVICE) WITH THE FOLLOWING ALARM CONTACTS, WIRED UP TO A MARSHALLING BOX: i) ii) iii) iV) GAS DETECTOR/LOW LEVEL CONTACT FOR ALARM OVER PRESSURE CONTACT TEMPERATURE HIGH CONTACT (2 Nos.) FOR OIL WINDING TEMPERATURE INDICATOR WITH CONTACTS

2.

ALL ALARM SIGNALS SHALL BE WIRED TO PLANT FAB FOR REMOTE INDICATION AT PAS DCS.

THE CT FOR RESTRICTED AND STANDBY EARTH FAULT SHALL BE CONNECTED TO TRANSFORMER NEUTRAL AT SITE ALL ARRANGEMENTS REQUIRED FOR INSTALLING THESE CT's ON TRANSFORMER NEUTRAL SHALL BE MADE BY VENDOR

VENDOR SHALL MAKE NECESSARY PROVISION FOR FIXING THE COOLING FANS AT A FUTURE DATE CONSIDERING ONAF RATING AS 20% HIGHER THAN ONAN RATING

LANGUAGE ON DOCUMENTS AND LABELS SHALL BE IN ENGLISH

OWNER:

DOMESTIC GAS PROJECT AGBADA NAG

CONTRACTOR:

DATA SHEET FOR POWER TRANSFORMER


REV.: C01
PART - B : PERFORMANCE PARTICULARS
(TO BE FURNISHED BY MANUFACTURER) THE PARTICULARS MARKED WITH ASTERISK ( * ) SHALL BE GUARANTEED, SUBJECT TO THE TOLERANCE SPECIFIED IN IEC - 60076 ITEM 1 2 3 NAME OF THE MANUFACTURER RATED kVA AS PER IEC CONTINUOUS MAXIMUM RATING FOR SITE CONDITIONS SPECIFIED IN PART - A 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 ( * ) NO LOAD VOLTAGE RATIO VECTOR GROUP REFERENCE ( * ) NO LOAD LOSSES AT RATED VOLTAGE ( * ) LOAD LOSSES AT RATED CURRENT, 75 C RESISTANCE VOLTAGE (AT RATED kVA, 75 0C & 50 Hz) REACTANCE VOLTAGE (AT RATED kVA, 75 C & 50 Hz) ( * ) IMPEDANCE VOLTAGE (AT RATED kVA, 75 0C & 50 Hz) RESISTANCE OF WINDING, AT 75 0C a) HV PER PHASE b) LV PER PHASE 12 13 ZERO PHASE SEQUENCE IMPEDANCE ( ESTIMATED ) EFFICIENCY ( AT 75 C ) AT FULL LOAD a) 1.0 P.F. b) 0.8 P.F. (LAG) 14 15 TYPE OF TRANSFORMER (CONSERVATOR / SEALED) PERCENTAGE REGULATION AT FULL LOAD a) 1.0 P.F. b) 0.8 P.F. (LAG) 16 EXCITING CURRENT REFERRED TO PRIMARY, 50 Hz a) 90 % RATED VOLTAGE b) 100 % REATED VOLTAGE (NO LOAD CURRENT) c) 110 % RATED VOLTAGE 17 POWER FACTOR OF EXCITING CURRENT AT RATED VOLTAGE AND 50 Hz. : 18 MAGNETISING INRUSH CURRENT ( PEAK ) UNDER WORSE CONDITIONS OF RESIDUAL MAGNETISM & INSTANT OF SWITCHING 19 SYMMETRICAL SHORT-CIRCUIT CURRENT (ASSUME INFINITE SOURCE ) : 20 TIME OF WITHSTAND WITHOUT INJURY UNDER MAX. SYMM. SHORT CIRCUIT CONDITION 21 THERMAL TIME CONSTANT Secs. Hrs. Amps. Amps. Amps. % % % %
0 0 0

PAGE 5 of 6

UNIT

kVA

kVA

* kW * kW % % *%

Ohms Ohms %

OWNER:

DOMESTIC GAS PROJECT AGBADA NAG

CONTRACTOR:

DATA SHEET FOR POWER TRANSFORMER


REV.: C01
PART - B : PERFORMANCE PARTICULARS (CONTD)
(TO BE FURNISHED BY MANUFACTURER) THE PARTICULARS MARKED WITH ASTERISK ( * ) SHALL BE GUARANTEED, SUBJECT TO THE TOLERANCE SPECIFIED IN IEC - 60076 ITEM 22 23 MAX. FLUX DENSITY IN CORE AT RATED VOLTAGE CURRENT DENSITY AT RATED LOAD a) HV WINDING b) LV WINDING 24 TYPE OF WINDING a) HIGH VOLTAGE b) LOW VOLTAGE 25 IMPULSE LEVELS WITH 1.2/50 MICRO-SECOND WAVE FORM a) HIGH VOLTAGE b) LOW VOLTAGE 26 ONE MINUTE POWER FREQUENCY WITHSTAND VOLTAGE a) PRIMARY b) SECONDARY 27 28 29 30 31 TYPE OF COOLING TOTAL WEIGHT WITH OIL & ACCESSORIES VOLUME OF OIL FOR COMPLETE FILLING APPROXIMATE OVERALL DIMENSIONS ( L x W x H ) DETAILS OF FITTINGS & ACCESSORIES : DRAIN SAMPLING VALVE PRESSURE VALVE OIL LEVEL INDICATOR WINDING TEMPERATURE INDICATOR OIL TEMPERATURE INDICATOR OFF LOAD TAP CHANGER BI-DIRECTIONAL ROLLER WITH SKID UNDERBASE ANY OTHER ACCESSORIES (VENDOR TO LIST) 32 SOUND PRESSURE LEVEL AT 0.3m dB(A) kg Litres mm kV kV kV kV A / mm2 A / mm2 UNIT K.Lines /CM2

PAGE 6 of 6

Equipment Data Sheet for Variable Speed Drive


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 C01 A01 R01 Rev. 23-May-12 05-Mar-12 14-Nov-11 Date APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION ISSUED FOR APPROVAL ISSUED FOR REVIEW Issue Description C. Emu C. Emu C. Emu Originator O. Anthony O. Anthony O. Anthony Checker M. Kulkarni M. Kulkarni O. Awe Approver
CLIENT:

Tag No. : Service: P & ID No. : Calculation Ref. : No. of Units: Service Description: Location: Ambient air temp: Humidity:

VS-001 MOTOR CONTROL N/A N/A 1 MOTOR SPEED CONTROL ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS Indoor Min: 100% 18 C Max: Altitude: 38 C 1m UNITS

Client: Plant Location: Manufacturer: Purchase Order No. : AGBADA NAG * *

POWER SYSTEM System Voltage: System Frequency: Neutral Earthing: 6600 50 V Hz 5% 2%

RESISTANCE EARTHED VENDOR'S RESPONSE

Hazardous area classification: GENERAL REQUIREMENTS Applicable Code or Standard Model Type Function Design Ambient Temperature (Note 1) Design Humidity (Note 1) Atmospheric Contaminants Input Isolator Prospective Fault Level at Source

UNCLASSIFIED PURCHASER'S REQUIREMENTS IEC 61800, 60034 & 60146 VTA VTA Soft Start / Speed Control C % Yes / No kA kW 25 30 - 80 N/A YES 25 VTA / gG 635 6.5%/ Air VAC Hz % % 6600 3 50 5 2

PARTICULARS OF EQUIPMENT

Max Upstream Feeder Protection Fuse Size / Type Motor Rated Power Harmonics at the line side/ Cooling System at PC INPUT SUPPLY Input Voltage Input Number of Phases Input Frequency Input Voltage Tolerance (Transient) Input Frequency Tolerance (Transient) INPUT / OUTPUT SUPPLY CABLES Input: Output: Type Size and Number of Cores Type Size and Number of Cores Cable Entry From MOTOR DETAILS (Note 2) Type Nominal Voltage Location Hazardous Area Classification Enclosure Degree of Protection Speed Range (operational) Starting Torque (Full Voltage) Full Load Torque (rated torque) Full Load Current (at Max Ambient Conditions) rpm Nm Nm A
0 0 0

Cu / XLPE/SWA/PVC
0

3C x 70 mm2 Cu /XLPE/SWA/PVC 3C x 70 mm2 Bottom KM-1100 Cage Induction VAC 6600 Outdoor Zone 2, Group IIB, T3 IP55 2987 VTA 2030 63

Client

Project: DOMGAS Project No:


Datasheet No:

SHEET 2 of 4

SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-2105-00008

R01

Equipment Data Sheet for Variable Speed Drive


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 C01 A01 R01 Rev. 23-May-12 05-Mar-12 14-Nov-11 Date APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION ISSUED FOR APPROVAL ISSUED FOR REVIEW Issue Description C. Emu C. Emu C. Emu Originator O. Anthony O. Anthony O. Anthony Checker M. Kulkarni M. Kulkarni O. Awe Approver
CLIENT:
0

Tag No. : Service: P & ID No. : Calculation Ref. : No. of Units: Service Description:

VS-001 MOTOR CONTROL N/A N/A 1 MOTOR SPEED CONTROL UNITS pu kW

Client: Plant Location: Manufacturer: Purchase Order No. : AGBADA NAG * *

PARTICULARS OF EQUIPMENT VSD Input Power Factor At 100/75/50% Load Current Heat Generated At 100/75/50% Full Load INPUT LINE HARMONICS Total Harmonic Current Distortion at Input Maximum Input Current Harmonic Content 2nd 3rd 4th 5th 7th 11th 13th 17th 19th RELIABILITY DATA (Note 3) Overall Mean Time Before Failure (MTBF) Overall Mean Time To Repair (MTTR) UNIT ENCLOSURE Construction Material Location Dimensions (Length x Width x Height) Weight Degree of Protection Maximum Sound Pressure Level at 1m Enclosure Access Finish Colour - External Finish Colour - Internal Paint Specification Ventilation Minimum Space Clearance to Wall Behind Minimum Side Clearance Gland Plates

PURCHASER'S REQUIREMENTS VTA VTA

VENDOR'S RESPONSE

% % % % % % % % % %

As per Spec VTA VTA VTA VTA VTA VTA VTA VTA VTA

Note: Harmonic study to be carried out to verify the effect of the VSD on the power system days days As per Spec As per Spec

Sheet Steel Air-conditioned Switchroom


0

mm kg dBA

VTA VTA IP42 / IP21 (Doors Open) 81


0

Front
0

VTA
0

VTA VTA
0

Natural Ventilation Preferred


0

mm mm

VTA
0

VTA Brass
0

Client

Project: DOMGAS Project No:


Datasheet No:

SHEET 3 of 4

SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-2105-00008

R01

Equipment Data Sheet for Variable Speed Drive


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 C01 A01 R01 Rev. 23-May-12 05-Mar-12 14-Nov-11 Date APPROVED FOR CONSTRUCTION ISSUED FOR APPROVAL ISSUED FOR REVIEW Issue Description C. Emu C. Emu C. Emu Originator O. Anthony O. Anthony O. Anthony Checker M. Kulkarni M. Kulkarni O. Awe Approver
CLIENT:

Tag No. : Service: P & ID No. : Calculation Ref. : No. of Units: Service Description: CONTROL

VS-001 MOTOR CONTROL N/A N/A 1 MOTOR SPEED CONTROL UNITS

Client: Plant Location: Manufacturer: Purchase Order No. : AGBADA NAG * *

PARTICULARS OF EQUIPMENT Communications Interface with DCS Common Alarm Voltage Free Contacts Remote Access Capability Interface for Programming Port Remote Control Unit Inputs hardwired ACCESSORIES RTD Inputs Motor Anti-condensation Heater Supply Input Line Harmonic Filter Input RFI Filter Output Filter ISOLATION SWITCHES Type Rated Voltage Rated Continuous Current Operation Rated Duty Utilisation Category NOTES:

PURCHASER'S REQUIREMENTS PROFIBUS

VENDOR'S RESPONSE

Yes / No Yes / No Yes / No Yes / No

Yes No Yes Yes

Yes / No Yes / No Yes / No Yes / No

2 x PT100 230 V, 50 Hz, Single Phase As Required (VTA) As Required (VTA) As Required (VTA)

Required V A
0

6600 200 Manual VTA


0

VTA

1. Design ambient temperature and humidity are the expected normal operating conditions in the air-conditioned switchroom in accordance with IEC 62040-3 Clause 4.1. Upon loss of HVAC systems, minimum and maximum ambient temperatures and humidity are as per the environmental conditions section of SPEC. 2. Refer to motor data sheet for further details (Note ii) 3. The methodology used to derive the reliability data (MTBF and MTTR) shall be attached. 4. Vendor to derive control supplies from incoming 400 VAC supply. Communications interface to Electrical Control System to be
0

supplied from 230 VAC UPS system to ensure visibility when power isolated. Purchaser to confirm system voltages and points of supply. 5. VTA = Vendor to Advise 6. Refer to Specification for Variable Speed Drives (note ii) 7. Vendor specification for VSDS shall be submitted for Client's approval

Notes to Package Engineer i. All Italics to be deleted upon formal issue ii. Data sheet document number and Specification number to be added iii. Cells highlighted provide typical values which should be reviewed and revised as necessary for each project.
0

iv. * = Purchaser to complete.

Client

Project: DOMGAS Project No:


Datasheet No:

SHEET 4 of 4

SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-2105-00008

R01

Data / requisition sheet for

AC UNINTERRUPTIBLE POWER SUPPLY UNITS


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 37 38 39 40 41 42 43 44 45 46 47 48 49 50 51 52 53 Made by: Chked by: Appr. by: Eng. by Principal : : P. A C. E O. A EQUIPMENT : Date 30/11/11 TAG NR : Date PLANT : Date CONSIGNEE : 65kVA AC UPS UP-001A & B AGBADA NAG (DOMGAS PROJECT) METS (MAKON)

Design book Contr. job MESC

No. : No. : No. :

page: 2 of 2 S17893

REQUIREMENTS AND CONDITIONS Specific requirements : As per specification Rated Output : 65 kVA at pf 0.8 Configuration : Parallel Redundant Type of battery : VLRA Autonomy time : As specified on UPS load profile (SDA-S17893-AGBG1-EA-4329-00003-001) Electrical Supply system : TNs ; Voltage: 400 5% V ; frequency: 50 Hz 2% Deviations from nom. voltage/frequency/harmonics : as per specification Short circuit rating supply busbar : 50 kA for 1s (current limiting effect of fuses not taken into account) Output : 3 phase &N 400 V 50 Hz Output voltage waveform : as per specification Location : Conditioned room Service Conditions (general) : as per specification Battery temperature range : as per specification Battery Gassing Calculations : To be provided seperately by UPS vendor Ingress protection of enclosure : as per specification (IP-31) Transparent IP21 Screen required Yes Battery isolation switch : Industrial, in non hazardous area Scada monitoring required : yes Contact for interlock battery room fan : Manufacturer to advise Cable entries : Bottom Modem for remote maintenance support : To be confirmed Type of main cables : PVC/PVC Copper Cable Additional load terminals for testing : yes Main UPS supply cable : Size : 4C x 50 mm2 Individual battery cell monitoring : no Bypass supply cable : Size : 4C x 50 mm2 Witnessed factory acceptance tests : yes Maintenance bypass supply cable : Size : 4C x 35 mm2 Quotation for 2 years spares : yes Glands required : yes Language on documentation : English Type of Glands : Compression Type Language on equipment : English Max length of battery cable : 20 m INFORMATION TO BE SUBMITTED BY MANUFACTURER WITH THE QUOTATION Manufacturer : Country of origin : UPS : Battery: Location nearest service centre : Continuous output of UPS : kVA at 0.8 pf (individual units regardless configuration) Autonomy time of the UPS : minutes / hours Efficiency of UPS : at 100% load: ; at 50% load: at 25% load: Noise level : dB(A) at 1 metre distance Recommended fuses for main intake supply : Rectifier : A ; Bypass : A (type gG) Maximum secondary fuse rating that can be blown without switching over to bypass : A (type gG) Type of battery : Vented NiCd / Recombination NiCd / Vented Lead Acid / VRLA Make of battery : Nominal battery capacity : Ah (calculation shall be provided separately) Number of Cells : End of discharge voltage per cell : V Battery temperature compensation applicable : yes / no (calculation shall be provided separately) Number of parallel strings : Battery design lifetime : as per speciification Recommended size battery cables : x x mm2 Battery isolation switch : Industrial / Ex 'de' ; fuse switch / MCCB ; A Any deviations from the specification : no / yes (if yes, list deviations separately) Witnessed factory acceptance tests : yes / no Quotation for spare parts : yes / no Dimensional drawings attached : yes / no Mass of UPS : kg Battery calculations attached : yes / no Mass of battery : kg SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS AND REMARKS REMARKS ON REVISIONS

Rev. letter C01 Date 30/11/11 Sign. Sheet No. 2 Equipm. No. UP-001A & B Req. No.

METS - MAKON

ATTACHEMENTS: CURRICULUM VITAE, COPIES OF DEGREES AND PROFESSIONAL CERTIFICATES

CHUKS EMU
Electrical Engineer
Address: Email: Tel: 24 Ogunkoya Street, Off Dele Okuwa, Ikosi-Ketu, Lagos, Nigeria. emustikal572@yahoo.com +2348062284092

PERSONAL DATA
DATE OF BIRTH: SEX: STATE OF ORIGIN/LGA: MARITAL STATUS: NATIONALITY:

5 August 1979 Male Delta State/Ukwuani Married Nigerian

th

PERSONAL SKILLS
I am self-motivated, a productive team player, a very fast learner, goal-oriented and industrious individual with good interpersonal, communication and computer skills.

EDUCATION
B.Eng. Electrical/Electronics Engineering University of Benin, Nigeria [Grade - Second Class Honours, Upper Division] (April 2004)

N.D Electrical/Electronics Engineering Federal Polytechnic, Idah, Nigeria (Nov. 1997) [Grade Upper Credit]

TRAININGS
FMC Engineering Boot camp on Subsea Design & Offshore facilities Manifolds, SLED/PLET, Christmas Trees, SCM, Umbilical, HPU, Sensors, Wellheads, MCS, ULM and SPCU etc. Subsea Power & Communication Unit Test Using ETU Software Topside Communication & SCM Data Allocation FMC Schematics Electrical Controls & Programmable Logic Control (PLC) Flow management Ethernet & IP Technology ORCAD Capture & PSPICE Simulation & Analysis Team Centre Engineering (iMAN) Training. UWD-Well head system, Pressure Testing, JSA & Safety on the Rig Rigging Operations & Offshore field development, HUET Basic Engineering Design Training - Electrical & Instrumentation By DTL Training in Project management,QAQC,HSE,TQM & Document Control AutoCAD & MS Offices Trainings

SUMMARY OF EXPERIENCE
10+ years working experience in both Downstream & Upstream sector of the Oil and Gas industry as an Electrical & Controls Systems design engineer. Familiar with all Subsea & Topside products. Knowledgeable in NEC, IEEE, IEC, ISA, API and ISO Standards and Codes related to design and analysis of Topside Electrical and Subsea Controls system design. Experience in the use of SKM PTW, AutoCAD, Luxicon, ETU, Matlab, MathCAD, PSPICE & Microsoft Office Suites Result oriented, highly motivated, strong team player.

CHUKS EMU
Electrical Engineer
Address: Email: Tel: 24 Ogunkoya Street, Off Dele Okuwa, Ikosi-Ketu, Lagos, Nigeria. emustikal572@yahoo.com +2348062284092

Snr. Electrical Engineer & Lead Electrical Makon Engineering & Technincal Services (Sept. 2010 to Date) Projects: Shell Domestic Gas Project SPDC Nigeria (EPC for Alakiri, Utorogu & Agbada NAG; Bonny, Adibawa & Egbema-West AG) Activities (FEED & Detailed Engineering Design; HV & LV Systems)
Prepared Loadlists, Single Line Diagram and Electrical Equipment sizing & selection Carried out power system SKM System studies- short circuit, motor starting, voltage drop et; lighting Illumination calculation Plan, direct and supervise Engineering design works Prepare man-hours estimation, assign & monitor work progress, prepare training plans, train younger engineers Ensuring design is completed in compliance with Industry and Company Engineering standards, policies, procedures and regulations Safe, cost & schedule effective and efficient projects delivery Generation of Installation Scope for subcontractor usage Prepared CP Scope of work, CP calculations and layout and detail drawings Carry out cable sizing and voltage drop calculations (HV and LV) Prepared Power, Earthing, Lightning & Lighting Layouts & Typical Drawings Prepared cable tray and cable routing layouts Prepared Electrical Detailed Drawings Prepared Electrical Installation Manuals Prepared Hazardous Area Classification drawings and schedule Prepared specifications and Datasheets for Electrical equipment (HV and LV) Carry out site visit, preparation of site visit checklist and report, interface with vendors and subcontractors, Review bids, Carried out HAZOP, SAFOP reviews for all sites Provide construction support on technical issues, attend FAT of major electrical equipment Prepare As-Built Documentations

Snr. Electrical Engineer China Petroleum Engineering & Construction Company (CPECC) , Khartoum, Sudan (Mar. 2010 to Sept. 2010) Projects: 1. Provision of PCC Services for FSF and Transit Lines for FNE and JAKE Phase III Project Petro-Energy 2. Melut Basin Oil Development Project-Upstream Facilites EPCC for Field Surface Facilities Petrodar Operating Company (PDOC) 3. Palouge Produced Water Reinjection Project - Petrodar Operating Company (PDOC) Activities (Detailed Engineering Design)
Prepared lighting Illumination calculation Prepared CP calculations, Impressed current CP Typical and schematic drawings Prepared Sacrificial anode typical installation details Prepared Transit, Trunk and Flowlines CP Layout drawings and Schedule Carry out cable sizing and voltage drop calculations (MV and LV) Transformer Sizing calculation

CHUKS EMU
Electrical Engineer
Address: Email: Tel: 24 Ogunkoya Street, Off Dele Okuwa, Ikosi-Ketu, Lagos, Nigeria. emustikal572@yahoo.com +2348062284092

Prepared CP drawings for Tanks internal and external Prepared Power, Earthing & Lighting Layouts Prepared cable tray and cable routing layouts Prepared Single line diagram for MV and LV Switchgears Prepared Hazardous Area Classification drawings Prepared Electrical and CP Cable Schedule/ List Material Requisition and Datasheets for Electrical equipment (MCC, Transformer, Cables and CP) Supervision of construction and commissioning jobs Carried out Site Visit and As-built documentations

Snr. Electrical Engineer - Deltaafrik Engineering Ltd, Lagos

(Jan. 2010 Mar. 2010)

Project: Amenam Kpono Offshore Project Total Petroleum Engineering Nigeria Limited Activities ( Basic Engineering Design)
Prepared load list/summary & Load Schedules Carried out lighting calculation, cable sizing calculations, cable selection Prepared Single Line Diagrams. Prepared Power, Earthing & Lighting Layouts Prepared Cable Tray & Routing Plan Site Visit and Report, Prepare As-Built Documentations

Snr. Electrical Engineer - Deltaafrik Engineering Ltd, Lagos

(Jun. 2009 Mar. 2010)

Project: Abiteye Escravos Pipelines Project Chevron Nigeria Limited Activities (Detailed Engineering Design)
Prepared Hazardous Area Classification Drawings Prepared load list/summary & Load Schedules Carried out cable sizing calculations, cable selection Prepared Cable Schedule & MCC Elevation Drawings Prepared Single Line Diagrams. Prepared Power, Earthing & Lighting Layouts Prepared Cable tray layouts & Cable routing plans Prepared Input to Basis of Design Prepared CP Layouts, Recommendation Report & Installation details Prepared Transformer & Panel Board Datasheets & Specifications Carried Out Site Visit & prepared site visit checklists and report, As-Built Documentations

CHUKS EMU
Electrical Engineer
Address: Email: Tel: 24 Ogunkoya Street, Off Dele Okuwa, Ikosi-Ketu, Lagos, Nigeria. emustikal572@yahoo.com +2348062284092

Snr. Electrical Engineer - Deltaafrik Engineering Ltd, Lagos

(Oct. 2009 Mar. 2010)

Project: Diesel Storage Tank Project Chevron Nigeria Limited Activities (Detailed Engineering Design)
Prepared Hazardous Area Classification Drawings Prepared load list/summary & Load Schedules Carried out cable sizing calculations, cable selection for motors Prepared Single Line Diagrams. Prepared Power, Earthing & Lighting Layouts Prepared Cable tray layouts & Cable routing Prepared Equipment Specifications

Electrical Engineer (Deltaafrik Engineering Ltd, Lagos) (Mar. 2009 Sept.. 2009) Project: Mobil AUP & EADP (Nigeria) Activities (Post - IFC Verification)
Verified the conformance of IFC package to applicable specifications, codes & standards Compared MTO against IFC Drawings to confirm accuracy & completeness. Revised MTOs were generated when shortfalls are identified Compared MTOs against the POs & Material Receiving & Inspection reports Prepared TSDs for the procurement of identified shortfalls Revised Hazardous Area Classification Drawings Revised Single Line Diagram & Lighting Panel Schedule Revised Lighting Plan & Installation details Prepared Site Visit checklist & Report

FMC Technologies Inc. / DELTAAFRIK ENGINEERING LTD

(Mar. 2007 Dec. 2008)

Subsea Controls Engineer - FMC Technologies Inc. Houston, Texas, USA. Projects: Agbami, Llog, Nexen, Helix Noonan, Murphy Azurite, Callon Entrada, Cascade & Chinook, Blind Faith and eWOCS Activities (Offshore Detailed Engineering Design)
Designed Subsea Power & Communication Unit (SPCU/EPU), Umbilical Line Unit (ULM), Master Control Unit (MCS) & CWTU Single Line Diagram, Schematics, GA and Assembly Drawings. Prepared eWOCS MCS, SPCU & ULM Wirelist/Interconnection wiring & Cable Sizing. Assisted in preparing SCM MKIV Hydraulic schematics & As-Built Documentations Carried out SPCU SCM Communication Test using ETU Software Carried out Cross Talk, IR and Attenuation studies for eWOCS Logging Cables

CHUKS EMU
Electrical Engineer
Address: Email: Tel: 24 Ogunkoya Street, Off Dele Okuwa, Ikosi-Ketu, Lagos, Nigeria. emustikal572@yahoo.com +2348062284092

Prepared Factory Acceptance Test (FAT), EFAT; and Operation & Maintenance Manual for SPCU, ULM & MCS. Prepared Specifications & Bill Of Material/ Material Takeoffs for Topside Control Systems. Participated in SPCU/HPU FAT & SIT for hardware & software operability. Carried out Engineering Documentation in CITADON and PSPICE Simulation & Analysis. Prepared/Responded to RFI from/to clients

Electrical Engineer (Deltaafrik Engineering Ltd, Lagos) (Sept. 2006 Mar. 2007) Project: Chevron East Area Gas Utilization project (Nigeria) Activities (FEED)
Prepared load list/summary Carried out cable sizing calculations, cable selection & cable routing. Assisted in preparing Single Line Diagrams. Carried out switchgears MCC, Circuit breakers & relays sizing and selection. Performed relay coordination task. Prepared Hazardous Area Classification Drawings

CAKASA NIG. COMPANY LTD, IKOYI, LAGOS

(Nov. 2005 Sept. 2006)

Projects: Sahara Energy & Sigmund Petroleum Storage Depot. Trainee Engineer (Detailed Engineering Design)

Prepared Electrical Load list and one line diagram Prepared Cable schedule & bulk MTOs
Prepared Power, Lighting and Earthing layouts Prepared Hazardous Area Classification Drawings Carried out load analysis & load schedule Prepared Perimeter Lighting for depot Interpretation of P&ID and generation of Deliverables from it. Generate Fire and Gas Layouts, Cause and effect charts, Instrument index & Datasheets etc

AGBOKIM SEC. SCHOOL, ETUNG LGA, CROSS RIVERS

(Sept. 2004 Sept. 2005)

Tutor Taught Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry and Geography

EXTRA-CURRICULLAR ACTIVITIES
Reading, Swimming & Playing Football

REFERENCES
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