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BARIVEN,S.A.

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DATE
:February,20 2010
CONTACT PERSON
:CHRISTIAN MALDONAD
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00001

UNIT,CAPACITY: 58 MW 32.500.000,00

Delivery date Day 01.11.2010


Harmonized Tariff Code

: 8502391000

Material purchasing text


CAPACITY: 58 MW ISO
FUEL: DUAL
MOUNTING TYPE: FIXED.
GENERATOR: SYNCHRONOUS 3P, AIR COOLED, 1
3.8 KV. 60 HZ.
INCLUDE POWER TRANSFORMER 3P 70/90 MVA 1
15/13.8 KV 60 HZ. BIL HT: 550
KV. BIL LT: 110 KV. GROUP: YND1. TAP CHA
NGER: HAND OPERATION 5 POSITION.
Z = 10%. BUSHING HT: ON TOP. BUSHING LT:
IN BOX AIR-AIR LATERAL. NO LOAD

97.500.000,00

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LOSSES: 5000 $/KW. LOAD LOSSES: 1200 $/K


W

INCLUDE ALL ACCESSORIES AND EQUIPMENT TO


CORRECT OPERATION.
INCLUDES FILTER HOUSE SYSTEM FILTERS FIT
TED RETAINERS OF DUST, HIGH
EFFICIENCY FILTERS, INERTIAL SEPARATORS
AND HOODS RAIN GUARD, CONTROL
ROOM EQUIPPED WITH ALL THE INSTRUMENTATI
ON SYSTEMS AND PROTECTION UNIT
INCLUDES VIBRATION MONITORING SYSTEM, TE
MPERATURE, PRESSURE AND CONTROL
SYSTEM TURBINE AND MOTOR CONTROL CENTER
AND FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM.
SHOULD BE PROVIDED WITH ALL THE LUBRICAT
ION AND COOLING SYSTEMS NEEDED.
SYSTEM MUST BE EQUIPPED TO HANDLE THE EX
HAUST GAS. FIREPLACE AND
SILENCERS.
SHOULD BE PROVIDED WITH SYNCHRONISM SWIT
CH IN 13.8 KV.

TRAINING FOR OPERATORS AND MAINTAINERS:

HANDS-ON TRAINING FOR OPERATORS, MAINTA


INERS AND SUPERVISORS.
EXPERIENCED INSTRUCTORS, USING SPECIAFLY
DEVELOPED TRAINING MATERAIS,
PROVIDE A FIRM GROUNDWORK OF BASIC THEOR
Y, PLUS ADVANCED CONCEPTS WITH
CLASSROOM AND HANDS-ON TRAINING.

SPARE PARTS FOR ONE YEAR OF OPERATION:

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PARTS MUST BE PROVIDED TO ENSURE OPERATI


ON OF THE UNIT UP TO A YEAR.
INCLUDES FILTERS, INSTRUMENTATION, ELECT
RONIC BOARDS AND EQUIPMENT TO
ENSURE THE CONTINUOUS OPERATION OF THE U
NIT. THE PARTS LIST MUST BE
APPROVED BY PDVSA.

TRAINING FOR OPERATORS AND MAINTAINERS:

HANDS-ON TRAINING FOR OPERATORS, MAINTA


INERS AND SUPERVISORS.
EXPERIENCED INSTRUCTORS, USING SPECIAFLY
DEVELOPED TRAINING MATERAIS,
PROVIDE A FIRM GROUNDWORK OF BASIC THEOR
Y, PLUS ADVANCED CONCEPTS WITH
CLASSROOM AND HANDS-ON TRAINING.

Additional technical specs.


TRENT 60 WLE POWER GENERATION PACKAGE
SCOPE OF SUPPLY
Section 1 . Base Scope of Supply
The base scope of supply for three (3) Trent 60 Dual Fuel WLE Power Generation
Packages, designed in
accordance with the specifications outlined in this contract. These units are
available for fast delivery based
on configurations that have already been manufactured or are in the final stages of
completion and therefore
are not identical. Areas where these units will differ are shown in this scope of
supply document.
Gas Turbine
Trent 60 WLE
. Rolls-Royce Industrial Trent 60 Gas Turbine with water injection for emissions
control.

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. On engine mounted lubrication pump and start motor.


. Gas Turbine ignition system consisting of two on-engine ignitors and off-engine
mounted exciter unit.
. On-engine mounted gas fuel injection manifolds.
AC Generator
. Two pole, Open Air Cooled (OAC) AC generator, 13.8kV, 3 phase, 60 Hz, 0.85 power
factor in
accordance with IEC 34-3 or ANSI C.50-14, fitted with class .F. insulation and
designed for class .B.
temperature rises with a brushless exciter.
. AC generator cooling system comprising air filter media, ducting and silencer and a
generator shaft
mounted cooling fan.
. Details regarding the line and neutral cubicles is as follows:
. Both the line and neutral cubicle will be wired in the wye (star) type configuration
. Each cubicle customer interface will have 7 conducting cables per phase; each cable
will be 500
mm2
. The cubicle cable penetration will be bottom entry
. Current transformers - The line side cubicle has three sets of three current
transformers; the
neutral side cubicle has four sets of three current transformers. One of the
transformers within
each set can be used for protection of the main transformer that is used to export the
power to
the grid.
. Voltage transformers . The line side has three sets of two voltage transformers
. The line side cubicle is equipped with lightning protection and located on the same
side as the
engine removal.
. The Neutral cubicle is located opposite the line side cubicle
Gas Turbine Module
Enclosure and Base
. Fabricated weatherproof painted carbon steel baseplate mounted enclosure to give an
overall package
acoustic performance of 85dB(A) avg. @ 1 m from the module at an elevation of 1.5 m
and base for
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housing the gas turbine, inlet plenum, fuel and oil systems, exhaust volute and
enclosure ventilation air
systems all mounted on a fabricated baseplate. All internal lighting (main and
emergency), tubing, piping
and cabling.
. Maintenance access and features, facilitating engine / module removal

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(sideways-removal from
package). Anchor points and any special tooling are provided. Mechanical Handling
Skid, standard
walkways and ladders giving access to the inlet filter house are included.
. Fire protection and gas detection system, complete with thermal detectors and gas
sensors for the gas
turbine enclosure.
. Two-shot CO2 extinguishing system, storage cylinders provided by EPC Contractor,
manifold, fire
dampers, pipework to nozzles within the gas turbine compartment, warning lamps,
lock-offs, interlocks
and high temperature cabling. A 100% discharge to extinguish the fire is followed by
an additional 100%
discharge to suppress re-ignition.
. Dry disc flexible coupling shaft including bolts. A separate shaft guard is not
required as the coupling
shaft is protected by the cone arrangement in the exhaust diffuser.
Combustion Air System
. Self-cleanng (pulsed) combustion air intake filter with first stage coalescer
suitable for a non-coastal
environment up to 40C. R-R recommends accepting the option provided for modification
of the intake
filter as suggested in the pricing option to make the unit coastal environment
compatible.
. Combustion air inlet silencer and ducting, with flexible joints to accommodate
thermal movement.
. Mounted from the Gas Turbine module, including access door, ladder and internal
lighting up to the
silencer and filter units.
. Maintenance features such as anchor points and permanent tooling (internal filter
element hoist).
. Radial air intake scroll with gas turbine compressor water wash supply rings.
Gas Turbine Exhaust System
. Gas turbine exhaust diffuser exhausting:
Unit 1: Left-hand horizontally to the package (when viewing from the Generator looking
towards the GT
Intake).
Unit 2: Left-hand horizontally to the package (when viewing from the Generator looking
towards the GT
Intake).
Unit 3: Vertical to the package.
Gas Turbine Enclosure Ventilation and Air Handling System
Enclosure Ventilation Intake System
. Air is drawn from the same filter house as the combustion air system. A designated
section of the filter
house is used to supply air exclusively for ventilation.

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. The system includes ducting, silencing and fire dampers.


Enclosure Ventilation Exhaust System
. Three 50% duty AC electric motor driven belt driven induced draft ventilation fans
that provide cooling
air to allow the unit to operate up to 40C.
. Ventilation air exhaust fire dampers, silencer, ducting and weather hood.
Gas Turbine Bleed Air
. Bleed air exhaust ducting and silencer.
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Gas Turbine Internal Auxiliary Gearbox Cooling Air and Bearing Pressurization Air
System
. Cooling air pipework.
Gas Turbine Synthetic Lube Oil System
. Gas turbine lube oil system including a stainless steel lube oil reservoir with
thermostatically controlled
electric heater, air/oil separator, water cooled mist eliminator, engine driven supply
pumps, oil filter,
simplex water cooled plate oil cooler, stainless steel pipework and fittings,
associated valves and
instrumentation.
Gas Turbine Hydraulic Synthetic Control Oil System
. Gas turbine hydraulic synthetic control oil system comprising of two 100% duty AC
electric motor driven
variable displacement pumps, stainless steel tank, oil mist separator, two 100% duty
bladder type
accumulators, oil filter, simplex water cooled plate oil cooler, stainless steel
pipework and fittings,
associated valves and instrumentation.
Gas Turbine Fuel System
. Onskid fuel gas supply system, comprising of metering valves, high speed shutoff
valves, gas fuel
manifolds, stainless steel pipe work and fittings, associated valves and
instrumentation.
AC Generator Module
Enclosure and Base
. Fabricated weatherproof painted carbon steel baseplate mounted enclosure to give an
overall package
acoustic performance of 85dB(A) avg. @ 1 m from the module at an elevation of 1.5 m
and base for
housing the AC generator, cooling air system, exciter and line and neutral cubicles
all mounted on a
fabricated baseplate.
. All internal lighting (main and emergency), maintenance power points, tubing, piping
and cabling.

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AC Generator Mineral Lube Oil System


. Lube oil system comprising one (1) shaft driven oil pump, one (1) AC electric motor
driven
auxiliary oil pump, one (1) AC electric motor driven jacking oil pump and one (1) DC
electric
motor driven emergency lube oil pump for run down. Oil filters, carbon steel oil
reservoir with
mist eliminator, vent and thermostatically controlled electric heater, associated
pipework
(stainless steel downstream of filters/carbon steel upstream), fittings, valves and
instrumentation. Depending on the generator selected, the system is base mounted or is
mounted on a freestanding skid to be located adjacent to the gas turbine module.
. Mineral Lube Oil (MLO) module is comprised of an air blast cooling type for unit 1
and 2 and
plate and frame cooling time for unit 3. The MLO skid cooling is suitable for ambient
air
temperature no greater than 40 deg C.
Water Wash System
. One mobile gas turbine compressor cleaning system, suitable for unfired washing, is
supplied per site.
Attachment points for the water wash system are externally located on the outside of
the gas turbine
module and on the wash cart.
Liquid Fuel System
. High pressure liquid fuel forwarding system comprising of AC electric motor driven
fixed pump, simplex
filter, stainless steel pipe work and fitting, and associated valves and
instrumentation. This system is
freestanding skid to be located adjacent to the gas turbine module.
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. Onskid fuel system including metering valves, high speed shutoff valves, stainless
steel pipe work and
fittings, associated valves and instrumentation. The system is on the GT baseplate
inside the enclosure.
Water Injection System
. Water injection system comprising three (3) x 33% AC electric motor driven fixed
displacement, bent
axis, axial piston pumps, stainless steel pipework and fittings, associated simplex
filters, valves and
instrumentation. The system is mounted on a freestanding skid to be located adjacent
to the gas turbine
module.
Control System
. Two (2) Human Machine Interface (HMI) (Primary and Backup) . To be mounted in the

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remote control
room, shipped loose for installation in the operator.s control room. All control
systems are accessible
remotely via the HMI system. The HMI will be based on Wonderware.
. The following Gas Turbine Control System is included in the Controls Scope of
Supply:
- Package Control System (PCS)
- Engine Management System (EMS)
- Fire and Gas Protection System
- Vibration monitoring for all rotating equipment
- Temperature monitoring of all rotating equipment
. AC Generator Control and Protection Panel (GCPP) comprising a two bay cubicle with
automatic
voltage regulator, AC generator metering and protective relay, automatic and manual
synchronizing
facility, with synchroscope and check synchronizer, free issued for installation by
others.
Equipment Testing.
. Gas turbine factory test.
. AC Generator factory test
. Sub-system factory flushing and pressure testing.
. Auxiliary motor testing.
. Instrument and power cable insulation and continuity tests.
. Assembled package checkout test in the factory shop.
Documentation
. Three sets of Operating Manuals (CD format) in English.
. Three sets of Maintenance Manuals (CD format) in English. .
. Project drawings and document list per SDRL found in Section B-05
. All equipment tags and language used on the equipment will be in the English
Language.
Package Temperature Rating
. Minus 20 to plus 40 degrees C
Spare Parts
. Commissioning Spares for one unit is offered.
TRENT 60 WLE POWER GENERATION PACKAGE
TERMINATION POINTS
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TERMINATION POINTS
Interface Description Terminal Points
Combustion Air Inlet to intake filter house.
Compressed / Instrument Air Compressed air connection at air intake filter house,
gas turbine module edge and auxiliary skids
The outlet from the gas turbine exhaust transition
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Ventilation Enclosure vent outlets.


Mountings Locations on skid baseplates and all other structural
members.
Fuel Gas Inlet flange on side of gas turbine module and vent
flange on the roof of the gas turbine module.
Liquid Fuel (where applicable) Inlet and outlet return connections on liquid fuel
forwarding skid and gas turbine module.
Water for Gas Turbine Injection Inlet, outlet and return connections on water
injection
skid and gas turbine module.
Lubricants Filling points at oil reservoirs.
Drains connections at oil reservoirs.
Drains Drains system connections on all modules as
necessary.
Grounding Grounding terminals on modules and auxiliary skids.
Control and Instrumentation Serial link connection between HMI and gas turbine
module mounted control panels.
GCPP Terminal blocks in control panels and on-skid
connections.
At terminal inside the package Motor Control Center
and Uninterruptible Power Supply, both supplied by
others.
HV Electric Power
(13.8) kV
Lineside terminals of AC generator.
Neutral terminal of AC generator
Coolant Inlet and outlet connections on gas turbine and AC
generator modules.
Compressor Cleaning Filling point of wash tanks.
Medium Voltage Electric Power
480V AC
At motor terminals inside of the package. Motors
include, AC Generator lube oil oil pumps, gas turbine
control oil pumps, starting motor, water injection pumps
and enclosure ventilation fans.
Low Voltage Power At connections on the gas turbine module, AC
Generator module, CO2 extinguishant skid and
auxiliary skids.
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EXCLUSIONS
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EXCLUSIONS
Rolls-Royce does not accept responsibility for items or aspects of equipment which are
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Supply defined above. The following items are excluded from this proposal, unless
offered as an option.
. Site earthing / grounding
. Lightning protection
. Compressed air supply and piping
. All auxiliary power supplies, batteries and charger / UPS
. All first fills
. All fuel supplies, fuel supply and treatment
. Water supply and treatment
. Installation, commissioning, site test labor
. Demolition and/or removal of any existing equipment, structures and concrete.
. Installation tooling
. Instrumentation for site Performance Testing
. Site facilities
. Fire sprinklers or other fire protection devices which may be required by insurance
regulations.
. Motor Control Center
. Battery Back Up System
. Switchgear
. Transformers (Auxiliary & Main)
. Control system housing, external to gas turbine package enclosure mounted equipment
. Enclosure Door Access Ladders / Platforms / Walkways / Stairways and Handrails.
. Enclosure Roof Access Ladders / Platforms / Walkways / Stairways and Handrails.
. Control System integration with existing DCS
. Black Start / Emergency GenSet
. Fiscal metering
. Site facilities
. Operating and strategic spares
. Civil engineering design, embedments and works
. Grout
. Erection of equipment
. Long Term Storage
. All interconnecting pipework and cabling, beyond termination points, including:
- All wiring to and from skids
- Piping between externally mounted water forwarding skid and engine baseplate.
. Local Lighting
. Stack Lighting, Grounding Protection System, emmisions sampling points and CEMS
. Transportation beyond location specified in Base Scope of Supply.
. Unloading at site
. Taxes
. Positive Material Identification (PMI) requirements and Third Party Certification.
. Any and all permits or special clearances required by any government agency. This
includes air pollution
permits as well as Local building permits, construction permits, etc.
. Modification required for coastal environment installation
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. The Equipment is produced to internationally recognized codes and standards.
. If the location of the delivered Equipment is subject to any special or local codes,
which are in conflict
with these international standards, then Customer shall obtain, with the reasonable
assistance of RR,
waivers from the relevant authorities to permit the use of the Equipment as supplied.
Where such waiver
cannot be obtained and it is practicable to modify the Equipment to achieve
compliance, then RR shall
be granted the appropriate extension of time and variation in price, in order to
execute the modifications.
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CODES AND STANDARDS
The gas turbine, its immediate accessories and the driven equipment are produced to
internationally
recognized codes and standards. If the location of the delivered Plant is subject to
any special, national or
local codes which are in conflict with these international standards then Customer
shall obtain, with the
reasonable assistance of the Rolls-Royce Power Engineering plc, waivers from the
relevant authorities to
permit the use of the plant as supplied. Where such waiver cannot be obtained and it
is practicable to
modify the plant to achieve compliance then the Customer shall grant the appropriate
extension of time and
variation in price in order to execute the modifications
The following represents the list of Codes and Standards to which the Rolls-Royce has
been designed the
package in accordance with:
. 98/37/EC The Supply of Machinery (Safety) Regulations
. 97/23/EC Pressure Equipment Directive (PED)
. 94/9/EC ATEX Directive (Electrical/Mechanical)
. 89/336/EEC The Electromagnetic Compatibility Regulations
. 73/23/EEC Low Voltage Equipment
. 93/465/EEC Rules for CE Marking
. ASME VIII Div 1 U-Stamped Pressure Vessel
. ASME B31.3 and BS EN 13480 Process Piping
. ASME B16.5 Pipe Flanges and Fittings
. ASME V Non-Destructive Testing

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. ASME 1X/BS EN 25817/PED Welding Piping/Weld Acceptance


. AWS D1.1/BS 5950 Structural Design Fabrication
. Material Traceability Certification to Section 3.1 of EN-10204
. Hazardous Area Classification North America Class 1 Div 2
. Institute of Petroleum Model Code of Safe Practice Part 15
. Fire Codes . NFPA 72 / NFPA 12
. UBC Zone 3 for Seismic load
. Statutory Regulation - R-R is not familiar with the requirements of the Regional and
Local laws,
regulations, codes and government injunction applicable to this project. R-R proven
package is designed
utilizing industry proven components and in accordance with API, IEC and other
International Standards
and therefore not able to confirm compliance with the local requirements.
. R-R standard package design meets wind speeds of 160 kph steady state and 200 kph
gust.
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TRENT 60 GENSET
SCHEDULE
BASE
SECTION 1 . Base Scope of Supply
1. Supply of Three (3) Trent 60 generating set packages consisting of Trent 60
WLE . Dual Fuel Turbines, Self-cleanng (pulsed) combustion air intake filter,
exhaust volute orientated horizontally, Open air cooled (OAC) AC Alternator
and auxiliaries per the Scope of Supply Section of the proposal.
2. Supply of Natural Gas Fuel and Distillate #2 Liquid Fuel Combustion System
(Water Injected)
3. Supply of Water Injection System for NOx Control
4. Supply of motors, heaters, and lighting required for converting package from a
50Hz application to a 60Hz application package
5. All documentation, drawings, data, brochures, software, etc.
6. Installation and Commissioning spares
7. Delivery FAS from manufacturer's site to Houston port of Export
FCA MANUFACTURER.S SITE DELIVERY SCHEDULE
The following dates are for delivery dates as applicable to this contract. Under no
circumstance shall any
delivery date be prior to the receipt of a mutually agreed letter of credit, as
defined in section 3.8 of the main
contract. Delivery dates for the package requiring additional field modification for
50Hz to 60 Hz conversion of
GenSet package:
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Description Delivery Lead Time Delivery Unit 2 Delivery Unit 3


1 Main Gas Turbine
Skid, Generator
without Line Side
and Neutral Cubicle
March 30, 2010 March 30, 2010 March 30, 2010
2 Gas Turbine See Note 1 See Note 1 See Note 1
3 Line Side and
Neutral cubicle June 30, 2010 June 30, 2010 June 30, 2010
4 Equipment required
to be installed for
50hz to 60 Hz
Conversion
August 30, 2010 (See
Note 2)
August 30, 2010
(See Note 2)
August 30, 2010
(See Note 2)
Revised Jan 14, 2010 Page 3 of 5 Firm
Rolls-Royce Data . Private and Confidential
Note 1 . The gas turbine will be delivered in accordance with the customer.s
installation and
commissioning schedule need date, not to exceed 60 days from Main Gas Turbine Skid
Delivery.
Note 2 . Customer will be required to take into consideration appropriate field
support labor and
schedule to install equipment shipped to site directly for converting GenSet package
from 50Hz
to 60Hz application ready.
60 HERTZ CONVERSION OF PACKAGE (INSTALLATION AT FACORY OR POST FCA
DELIVERY DEPENDING ON DELIVERY DATE OPTION SELECTED)
. 60 hertz compliant materials to be installed by Customer supplied. Scope of
conversion to include, but not
limited to,
- Exchange of Air Filter Vent Fans
- Exchange of Package Enclosure Lighting
- Exchange of UCP Lighting
- Exchange of Mineral Oil Heaters & Pump Motors
- Exchange of GT Lube Oil Heaters & Pump Motors
- Exchange of Liquid Fuel Forwarding Pump Motors
- Exchange of Package Heaters
- Exchange of F&G CO2 Skid Heaters
- Exchange of GT Hydraulic Start Motor
. Craft Labor for installation of conversion material to be provided by Customer

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Deliver to:
T.W. CLEVELAND
TEL 281-588-6460 FAX 281-582-7480
email: clevelandt@psi.pdv.com
USA
Zip Code: 77077 PO BOX: 77077
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00002

UNIT,CAPACITY: 60 MW 32.500.000,00

Delivery date Day 01.11.2010


Harmonized Tariff Code

: 8502391000

Material purchasing text


CAPACITY: 60 MW ISO
FUEL: DUAL
MOUNTING TYPE: FIXED.
GENERATOR: SYNCHRONOUS 3P, AIR COOLED, 1
3.8 KV. 60 HZ.
INCLUDE POWER TRANSFORMER 3P 90 MVA 13.8
/115 KV

INCLUDE ALL ACCESSORIES AND EQUIPMENT TO


CORRECT OPERATION.
INCLUDES FILTER HOUSE SYSTEM FILTERS FIT
TED RETAINERS OF DUST, HIGH
EFFICIENCY FILTERS, INERTIAL SEPARATORS
AND HOODS RAIN GUARD, CONTROL
ROOM EQUIPPED WITH ALL THE INSTRUMENTATI
ON SYSTEMS AND PROTECTION UNIT
INCLUDES VIBRATION MONITORING SYSTEM, TE
MPERATURE, PRESSURE AND CONTROL
SYSTEM TURBINE AND MOTOR CONTROL CENTER
AND FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM.
SHOULD BE PROVIDED WITH ALL THE LUBRICAT
ION AND COOLING SYSTEMS NEEDED.

97.500.000,00

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SYSTEM MUST BE EQUIPPED TO HANDLE THE EX


HAUST GAS. FIREPLACE AND
SILENCERS.
SHOULD BE PROVIDED WITH SYNCHRONISM SWIT
CH IN 13.8 KV.

TRAINING FOR OPERATORS AND MAINTAINERS:

HANDS-ON TRAINING FOR OPERATORS, MAINTA


INERS AND SUPERVISORS.
EXPERIENCED INSTRUCTORS, USING SPECIAFLY
DEVELOPED TRAINING MATERAIS,
PROVIDE A FIRM GROUNDWORK OF BASIC THEOR
Y, PLUS ADVANCED CONCEPTS WITH
CLASSROOM AND HANDS-ON TRAINING.

SPARE PARTS FOR ONE YEAR OF OPERATION:

PARTS MUST BE PROVIDED TO ENSURE OPERATI


ON OF THE UNIT UP TO A YEAR.
INCLUDES FILTERS, INSTRUMENTATION, ELECT
RONIC BOARDS AND EQUIPMENT TO
ENSURE THE CONTINUOUS OPERATION OF THE U
NIT. THE PARTS LIST MUST BE
APPROVED BY PDVSA.

TRAINING FOR OPERATORS AND MAINTAINERS:

HANDS-ON TRAINING FOR OPERATORS, MAINTA


INERS AND SUPERVISORS.
EXPERIENCED INSTRUCTORS, USING SPECIAFLY

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DEVELOPED TRAINING MATERAIS,


PROVIDE A FIRM GROUNDWORK OF BASIC THEOR
Y, PLUS ADVANCED CONCEPTS WITH
CLASSROOM AND HANDS-ON TRAINING.

HANDS-ON TRAINING FOR OPERATORS, MAINTA


INERS AND SUPERVISORS.
EXPERIENCED INSTRUCTORS, USING SPECIAFLY
DEVELOPED TRAINING MATERAIS,
PROVIDE A FIRM GROUNDWORK OF BASIC THEOR
Y, PLUS ADVANCED CONCEPTS WITH
CLASSROOM AND HANDS-ON TRAINING.

Additional technical specs.


Addendum # 15
Scope of Supply and Purchaser's Responsibilities
FT8 SWIFTPAC POWER ISLAND
EQUIPMENT ONLY BASE BID
DUAL FUEL WITH WATER INJECTION Qty: 3
Item Description Notes 710-3133
2 I. GAS TURBINE POWER ISLAND
46
1 GAS TURBINE PACKAGE 6 P P C
12 Gas Generator (GG8-3 Core Engine) P P C
14 Power Turbine P P C 3600 RPM Design
18 Diffuser P P C
20 Collector Box P P C
22 Exhaust transition P P C
24 Fabricated gas turbine base and mount
assembly
P P C
26 Coupling connecting power turbine and
generator

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P P C
28 Hydraulic starting motor P P C
30 Ignition system P P C
32 Off-line compressor internal water wash system P P C Includes piping system,
nozzles, valves, etc
internal to the Gas Turbine Enclosure.
Excludes Water Wash Skid
34 Off-line compressor internal water wash
system with Skid
Includes complete Off-line water wash
system including Skid
38 Gas turbine heating system P P C For condensation control
44 Lube oil system P P C Combined gas generator & power turbine
46 * Single oil-to-air cooler P P C
48 * Motor driven pumps P P C two AC and one DC turbine lube oil pumps
50 * Stainless steel piping P P C
54 Fuel supply system P P C
Erection
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Design
Supply 56 * Fuel gas strainer P P C
58 * Gas fuel fire valve P P C
60 * Liquid fuel fire valve P P C
62 * Liquid fuel flowmeter/totalizer P P C
66 Buffered air system P P C
68 * Single air-to-air cooler P P C
70 * Instrumentation for temperature control P P C
72 Water injection NOx control system P P C
74 * One AC motor driven pump P P C
76 Gas turbine enclosure P P C Prime painted
80 * Secondary cooling air system with louvers P P C
82 * Vents and drains P P C
84 * Interior AC/DC lighting P P C
86 * CO2 Fire Suppression System P P C CO2 Bottles provided
88 * Sound attenuation to meet 85 dB(A) average P P C At 3 feet (one meter)
90 * Gas detection system P P C
92 Two-stage inlet air filter with weather hood P P C 1st stage prefilter, 2nd stage
high-efficiency
media.
100 Inlet silencing P P C One inlet section
106 Exhaust Stack P P C 30 ft exhaust stack; two exhaust silencing
sections.
108 * Quick Disconnect Electrical Interface P P C
110
112 2 HYDRAULIC STARTING PACKAGE 3 P P C Mounted in Generator enclosure.

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114
116 3 GENERATOR PACKAGE 3 P P C
P = ??????????????
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120 Brush Open Ventilated Air Cooled Synchronous
Generator or equivalent
P P C BDAX 72.290ER; 60 Hz
124 Brushless Exciter Assembly P P C With pilot exciter
126 Stator Heaters P P C
128 Neutral ground transformer/resistor P P C
130 Current transformers P P C Quantity 10 per package
132 Stator RTD.s P P C Quantity 6 with 6 spares per package
134 Vibration probes P P C Proximity
136 Bearing drain RTD.s P P C One per bearing
138 Bearing metal RTD.s P P C One per bearing
140 Hot and cold air RTD.s P P C
142 Rotor ground detection P P C
144 Lube oil System P P C Air cooled
146 * Duplex filters P P C
148 * Motor driven pumps P P C Two AC and one DC
150 * Stainless steel piping downstream of filters P P C
154 Enclosure P P C Prime painted
158 * Inlet air filter P P C
160 * Inlet and exhaust silencing P P C
162 * Interior AC/DC lighting P P C
164 * Sound attenuation to 85 dB(A) P P C Inlet and Exhaust silencing
166 * Fire detection system P P C
170 * Quick Disconnect Electrical Interface P P C
172
174 4 CONTROL PACKAGE 3 P P C Completely prewired and pretested
176 Prefabricated steel enclosure P P C
178 * HVAC P P C
180 * Fluorescent lighting P P C
182 * DC emergency lighting P P C
184 * AC power outlets P P C

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186 * Smoke detector P P C


190 Operator control cabinet P P C
192 * Starting and operating controls P P C Manual and automatic
194 * Speed indication P P C
196 * Voltmeters P P C Bus and generator
198 * Ammeter P P C
200 * Wattmeter P P C
202 * VAR meter P P C
206 * Synchroscope and lamps P P C
208 Monitoring cabinet P P C
210 * ICE Monitor (CRT, keyboard and software for
operator interface)
P P C
212 * Printer P P C
214 Instrument Cabinet P P C
216 * Automatic voltage regulator (AVR) P P C Main and standby channels (2)
218 * Digital synchronizer P P C
220 * Vibration monitor P P C Gas turbine and generator
222 * Fire protection system power supplies P P C
224 * Static inverter P P C
226 Unit control cabinet .Engine A. P P C
228 * Control system for automatic starting, running,
loading, unloading and shutdown of the unit.
P P C
230 * Timer Panel P P C
232 * Expansion chassis P P C
234 Unit control cabinet . Engine B. P P C
236 * Timer panel P P C
238 * Expansion chassis P P C
240 Generator protective relay panel P P C Beckwith
P = ??????????????
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242 * Generator protective relays P P C
244 * Lockout relays P P C
246 * Watt hour meter P P C

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248 Motor Control Center P P C


250 * AC and DC distribution panels P P C
252 * Motor starters P P C
254 * Distribution transformer P P C
256 * Breakers as required P P C
260 * Automatic transfer switch P P C To accommodate a Black Start Diesel
Generator or alternate Emergency Feed
262 Master terminal cabinet P P C
264 * Field termination blocks P P C
266 * Power supplies P P C
268 Ventilated cubicle with rack mounted lead acid
batteries
P P C 24 VDC and 125 VDC
270 Battery chargers P P C
272 Switchgear module 15 kV Class P P C
274 * Metalclad switchgear compartment P P C Mounted in control enclosure
278 * Circuit breaker P P C 4000 Amp/ 750 MVA, 15kV class Totally
enclosed, 15kV class, 4000 Amp
284 * Non-segregated insulated 3 phase bus duct P P C
286 * Lightning arresters and surge capacitors P P C
288 * Current transformers and potential transformer P P C
290 * CTG Auxiliary transformer P P C
294 Networked Remote Control System On-Site P P C For Monitoring and Control from a
Networked
On-site Location
300 Synchronous Condensing Capability P P C
302 * Quick Disconnect Electrical Interface P P C
304
306 5 INSTALLATION HARDWARE
310 Interconnecting piping for hydraulic start and P P C Between PWPS supplied skids
and CTG only
water injection
316 Foundation embedded material C C C Includes all anchor bolts, shims and plates,
and grout for PWPS supplied equipment.
318 Interconnecting electrical cables P P C Between PWPS supplied skids and CTG
320
322 6 STARTUP AND COMMISSIONING SPARE
PARTS AND CONSUMABLES
P P For PWPS Scope of Supply
324
326 II.
328
330 Technical Representatives to advise Customer
Supervisory Personnel during FT8 equipment
erection checkout, and startup
P Field Service support description can found in

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the PWPS "Project Management and


Customer Support" document.
332 Instruction Manuals and Plant Documentation
provided: Construction Manual, Commissioning
Manual & Sign-off Sheets, Picture Book, PWPS
Drawing Package, Vendor Manuals & Drawings,
FT8 Maintenance Manual, FT8 Illustrated Parts
Catalog, FT8 Service Bulletins, TWINPAC
Operating Instructions, Bill of Material, As Built
Drawings.
P Provided as one CD or alternate electronic
format for PWPS Supply
ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES DURING
CONSTRUCTION AND START-UP
P = ??????????????
C = Customer (P????????)
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334 PWPS training .Power Plant Operators Course.
???????????????????????????????????????? customer training on site. Training
description can be found in the PWPS
Customer Training Document version 210802. Travel and lodging for customer's
personnel not included.
336 Performance Testing P The customer is responsible for providing all
necessary support to install, calibrate, and
remove all temporary and plant
instrumentation/equipment necessary for
performing the acceptance test. PWPS
provides technical support and manages the
test plan for this work.
340 III. Owner is responsible for compliance with
PWPS' operating, installation, and
maintenance instructions.
342
344 1 SITE DEVELOPMENT C C C Owner is responsible for all areas of site
development and are not limited to the items

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listed in this document.


346 Adequate Title and Interest, Permanent Facility
Permits, Construction Permits and Licensing
C To permit the installation of such units and
their operation for at least the period
contemplated by the contract. Provide
PWPS representatives unrestricted access at
all times as may be reasonably necessary in
the performance of their duties.
348 Sub-Soil Investigation & Report C C C Minimum sub-foundation bearing capacity of
2500 psf (120 kPa) and limits differential
settlement of the main foundations equal to or
less than 0.0005 times the foundation length.
PROJECT DEVELOPMENT AND OWNER'S
RESPONSIBILITIES
350 Foundations for all Equipment C C C PWPS will provide Loading Diagrams for
PWPS supplied equipment.
353 Power Island Grounding C C C Per TPM130
354 Provision of Secure Field Office. Furnished
with electricity, Heating and Air Conditioning,
Drinking Water, Desks, Chairs, Parking Area,
Lockers and others which are necessary for
Field Works, Services & Sanitary Facilities of
Office Personnel.
C C C Including 10' x 40' (3 m x 12 m) area for a
field office. This field office shall be able to
accommodate 6 - 8 PWPS individuals.
355 SAFETY PROVISION, Provide a safe working
environment that meets or exceeds international
standards including: OSHA, and all applicable
local, regional, and national standard and
regulations.
C C C If at any time PWPS personnel and subcontractors
do not feel safe they may leave
site.
356 Provision of First Aid and Medical Services OSHA Approved
C C C
358 Provisions of Local Communication Facilities C C C Including radio, telephone
(local and long
distance) with international direct dialing and
fax machine. This should be a minimum of 3
lines in the PWPS field office. A separate
dedicated T1 line or phone line shall be
provided to each turbine control system in the
control house.

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360 Temporary Construction Staging & Secure
Inventory Area
C A minimum area of approximately 115. by
136. is recommended per Power Island. A
minimum of two shelved conex boxes and
one non shelved or enclosed equivalent per
SWIFTPAC prior to delivery of equipment.
362 Access Road(s), Interior Roads, and Parking
Areas
C C C All-weather and unobstructed
364 Transmission System C C C
366
368 2 ENGINEERING AND CONSTRUCTION
370 Plant Engineering C
372 All Labor for complete off-loading, Inventory,
Inventory control, Storage, Erection, Installation,
Checkout, Testing, and Start-up of all PWPS
and non-PWPS supplied equipment and
material.
C
374 Maintaining and Guarding all Facilities,
Equipment, and Materials during construction
C Including security fence
376 Site Organization During Construction C Including Resident Field Construction
Manager; Supervision & Manpower for
Erection Works, Checkout, Trouble Shooting,
Start-up & Commissioning, Test Operation &
Trial Operation, Plant Start-Up Engineering
378 Emissions and Acoustic Testing C
380 Worker's Compensation, Employer's Liability, or
any other Local Insurance Required
C PWPS will cover all PWPS personnel.
382 Consumable Material for Erection Works C As required

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384 Construction Equipment, Tools and Aids C Including but not limited to the
following:
Cement Mixers, Loaders, Trucks, Cranes of
varying capacities, Power Generators, Air
Compressors, Welders, Drilling Equipment,
Pipe Working Facilities & all hand tools
required for expeditiously and competently
completing all phases of the work under the
contract.
386 Required Tests Prior to Startup:
Including but not limited to:
C
388 * Resistance ratio and polarity tests C Generator and Transformer CTs and PTs
390 * All high voltage dielectric tests
* Field check and calibration *
Protective Relay Calibration
C All PWPS supplied protective relays and
circuits. The PWPS Commissioning and
checkout manual further clarifies the
Customers responsibilities.
392 Phasing and Synchronizing the Generator to
Purchaser.s system
C
394
396 3 POWER ISLAND INTERFACES
398 BOP Motor Control Centers C
400 Control System Interface C Customer is responsible for allinterconnecting
hardware, software and
documentation for all BOP I/O communication
and control.
402 Natural Gas for Start-up, Testing and Operation
445 psig (30 bar), Approximately 4700 scfm (2.2
m3/sec) per gas turbine
C Interface Point: Flange on PWPS Power
Island. Per PWPS Natural Gas Fuel
Specification FR-2. Fuel to be tested by a
certified lab and the results provided to
PWPS prior to start-up.
P = ??????????????
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406 Liquid Fuel for Start-up Testing, and Operation
30-75 psig (2.0-5.1 bar), Approximately 36 gpm
(136 l/min) per gas turbine
C Interface Point: Flange on PWPS Power
Island. Per PWPS Liquid Fuel Specification
FR-1. Fuel to be tested by a certified lab and
the results provided to PWPS prior to startup.
408 Injection Water for NOx Control 5-50 psig (0.33.4 bar), Approximately 25 gpm (115 liters/min)
per gas turbine
C Interface Point: Flange on PWPS Power
Island. Per PWPS Specification AR-1.
Water to be tested by a certified lab and the
results provided to PWPS prior to start-up.
410 Potable Water for Gas Turbine Off-line Water
Wash 50 psig (3.4 bar) min., Approximately 300
gallons (1150 liters) per gas turbine water wash
at 110 gpm (415 liters/m)
C Interface Point: Flange on PWPS Power
Island. Per PWPS Potable Water Quality
Specification
414 Instrumentation Air. 75 CFM Free, Dry Air at 70
psig (90 psig max)
C Interface Point: Flange on PWPS Power
Island.
415 Vent and Drain. Maximum flow on Oily Waste
drain is 35 GPM for water wash.
C Interface Point: Connections on PWPS
Power Island.
416 High Voltage Power C Interface Point: Generator Terminals.
418 Backfed Electrical Power Supply 255 kW per
Power Island, 13.8kV, 60 Hz, 3 phase for
lighting, heating and intermittent auxiliaries
C Plus as required for BOP loads
420 Construction Power-Including distribution to the
PWPS supplied equipment
C 480 V, 3 phase, 24 hours per day to electric
generator upon arrival of the generator.
Reliable temporary 480 V, 400 Amps power
at the control house for checkout and start-up
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the first unit to be commissioned.


422
424 4 OTHER OWNER RESPONSIBILITIES The following list of items is provided for your
convenience and gives examples of the types
of equipment and/or services that are outside
the PWPS Scope of work, and if required, are
the sole responsibility of the Owner.
426 Site Survey/Plot Plan C C C
428 Excavation for Foundations, Pipes, Roads,
Cabling & Grounding Grid
C C C
430 Site Leveling C C C
432 Backfill C C C
434 Finish Grading C C C
438 Surface Drainage to and including any
Collection Pond
C C C
440 Oily Water Separator C C C
442 Sanitary Waste Disposal C C C
444 BOP and Plant Fire Protection SystemsHydrants Panels and Extinguishers
C Including Fire Protection during construction
446 Plant Lighting C
448 Intra-communication system C
450 Site Fencing and Gates C
452 Construction Water C
454 Builder's All Risk Insurance (BAR) C
456
458
460 IV.
462
468
OPTIONS
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FT8 SWIFTPAC UNIT EQUIPMENT
DESCRIPTION . 60HZ
DERWICK ASSOCIATES, S.A.
MMG TOWER Piso 16 Calle 53, Urb. Marbella Ciudad de Panana, Panama
PWPS 60hz 2 Rev 12-0609

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Table of Contents
1.
Introduction.........................................................
................................................................4
2. Gas
Turbine.........................................................
................................................................4
2.1. Gas
Generator......................................................
.........................................................4
2.1.1. Inlet Case Group
................................................
...................................................5
2.1.2. Low Pressure
Compressor..........................................
..........................................5
2.1.3. High Pressure Compressor
...................................................................................6
2.1.4. Diffuser Group
..................................................
.....................................................6
2.1.5. Combustion Section
..............................................
................................................6
2.1.6. Turbine Nozzle Group
............................................
...............................................7
2.1.7. High Pressure Turbine
...........................................
...............................................7
2.1.8. Low Pressure Turbine
............................................
...............................................8
2.1.9. Turbine Exhaust
Case.............................................
..............................................8
2.1.10. Bearings
.......................................................
.........................................................9
2.2. Power Turbine
.....................................................
........................................................10
2.2.1. Inlet
Section....................................................
.....................................................10
2.2.2. Turbine Case and Vane

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Assembly......................................................................11
2.2.3. Rotor Assembly
..................................................
.................................................11
2.2.4. Exhaust Case Section
............................................
.............................................12
2.2.5. Diffuser and Turning Vane Assembly
..................................................................12
2.2.6. Output Drive
Shaft...............................................
................................................13
2.3. Collector Box
.....................................................
..........................................................13
2.4.
Mounts..........................................................
...............................................................13
2.5. Cooling Air and Thrust Balance
System......................................................................13
2.6. Bearings
..........................................................
............................................................14
3. Ancillary
Systems....................................................
..........................................................14
3.1. Lubrication/Hydraulic Control
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.................................................14
3.2. Gas Fuel System (when
specified)...................................
...........................................15
3.3. Liquid Fuel System (when
specified)................................
...........................................15
3.4. Dual Fuel System (when
specified)..................................
...........................................16
3.5. Water Injection System (when specified)
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3.6. Starting System
...................................................
........................................................16
3.7. Fire Protection System
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3.8. Gas Detection


System...............................................
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3.9. Engine Heating (Dehumidification)
System.................................................................18
3.10. Offline Water Wash System
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4. Electric
Generator...................................................
...........................................................19
4.1.
Stator.............................................................
.............................................................19
4.2.
Rotor...........................................................
................................................................20
4.3. Bearings
................................................................
......................................................20
4.4.
Ventilation.............................................................
.......................................................20
4.5.
Lubrication........................................................
...........................................................20
4.6. Excitation Systems
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......................................................20
4.7. Voltage
Regulator..................................................
......................................................20
4.8. Generator
Data.....................................................
.......................................................21
4.8.1. Manufacturer
....................................................
...................................................21
4.8.2. Type
............................................................
........................................................21
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5. Electrical Control Center Enclosure
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5.1. Monitoring Cabinet (Main Operator


Interface).............................................................23
5.2. Operator
Cabinet...................................................
......................................................24
5.3. Panel Back Wall Devices (Not Shown)
.......................................................................24
5.4. Protective Relay
Cabinet...........................................
..................................................25
5.5. Panel Back Wall Devices (Not Shown)
.......................................................................25
5.6. Instrument Cabinet
................................................
......................................................26
5.7. Master Terminal Boards
............................................
..................................................27
5.8. Motor Control Center (MCC)
........................................
...............................................27
5.9. DC Power Supply
...................................................
.....................................................27
5.10. 15 kV Class, Metal-Clad Switchgear Module
..............................................................28
6. Control System
......................................................
............................................................28
6.1. Integrated Gas Turbine and Unit Control
....................................................................28
6.2. Monitoring
System..................................................
.....................................................30
7. Gas Turbine Enclosure
...............................................
......................................................30
7.1. Gas Turbine Enclosure Secondary Air System
...........................................................30
7.2. Inlet Air Filtration
..............................................
...........................................................31
7.3. Inlet Air Silencer (when specified)
...............................................................................32
7.4. Exhaust Silencer (when specified)
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8. Estimated SWIFTPAC Weights and Sizes


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9. List of Typical Suppliers
...........................................
........................................................35
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1. Introduction
The FT8 SWIFTPAC Unit configurations are completely self-contained; gas turbine
powered
electric generating units containing all the equipment necessary for local automatic
operation.
The configuration consists of four (4) primary units . two (2) gas turbines units, the
electric
generator unit, and the electrical/control unit. The SWIFTPAC turbine and generator
units
consist of two opposed Industrial Gas Turbines directly connected through a diaphragm
coupling to a single double-ended electric generator.
The SWIFTPAC power plants are designed to provide quick, reliable power. The plug and
play
packaging allows for reduced site setup time by delivering factory-assembled modules,
quick
disconnect cables and prefabricated field piping. Factory flushing and checkout is
used where
ever possible.
The electrical/control unit includes the 15 kV switchgear and all of the controls and
instruments
necessary for operation. The 15 kV switchgear is connected to the generator by
prefabricated,
totally enclosed, weatherproof, 15 kV class bus duct. The turbine/generator and
electrical
control units are housed in all weather, prime-painted steel enclosures including
lighting and
electrical services. Fire protection equipment is provided in the gas turbine
enclosure.
The generating plant, as erected on a site, is ready for connection to the Customer.s
distribution
system and water and fuel supply systems. The package concept of these type of power
plants,
coupled with their relatively small size, allow them to be readily installed in almost
any location
and conveniently relocated or combined with other units, or other equipment such as
waste heat
boilers, to meet changing load requirements.
2. Gas Turbine

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The FT8 Industrial Gas Turbine consists of a GG8 gas generator and a PT8 power turbine
(also
referred to as a "free" turbine). The gas generator provides high energy gas to the
power
turbine, where this gas performs useful work when mechanically coupled to a driven
load
through a flexible coupling.
2.1. Gas Generator
The GG8 gas generator is based on the latest version of Pratt & Whitney's JT8D turbo
fan
aero engine, the JT8D-219. The JT8D is the most often used engine in the world's
commercial aircraft fleet with more than 14,000 units accumulating over 400 million
operating
hours. The JT8D aero engine provides a total compression ratio of 20:1 and a thrust
rating of
21,700 lbs. utilizing dual spool compressors and turbines.
The GG8 gas generator is an axial flow, gas turbine engine. The major components are
two
compressor modules, a combustion section, and two turbine modules. Inlet air passes
through the low compressor and is then further compressed through the high compressor.
The high pressure air is then diffused to a low mach number where it enters a large
plenum
consisting of nine fuel nozzles and combustion cans. Most of the air enters the
combustion
cans through the fuel nozzles and through the combustion can walls, which also cools
the
combustion chamber walls.
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A small portion of the air bypasses the combustion cans and is used to cool the
turbine
section. Two independent spark ignitors provide ignition for starting. Thereafter,
combustion is
self-sustaining. The hot gases pass through the single-stage high pressure turbine and
the
two-stage low pressure turbine, which extract energy to drive the two (2) compressor
sections. The remainder of the hot gas energy is used for driving the power turbine.
Controlling the flow of fuel to the combustion chambers regulates the output of hot
gases.
The GG8 gas generator uses modulated cooling air to the Low Pressure Turbine (LPT) to
maintain optimum clearances throughout the operating profile of the machine. This
system
includes cooling air valves on the gas generator that are controlled by signals from
the
electronic engine control.

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Figure 1: Major sections of the Gas Generator


2.1.1. Inlet Case Group
This group includes the inlet case, Number 1 bearing, and the Number 1 bearing
housing.
The case incorporates variable inlet guide vanes for directing air into the Low
Pressure
Compressor (LPC). The case also provides support for the Number 1 bearing. The front
accessory drive houses the NL speed sensors.
2.1.2. Low Pressure Compressor
In the GG8 LPC the fan stage used in the JT8D is replaced with three booster
compressor
stages at the GG8 inlet. The inlet guide vanes plus the first two stages have been
fitted with
variable geometry. Variable vane movement provides optimum efficiency for the
compressor in the complete speed range, and excellent part-load efficiency.
The LPC has 8 blade stages and 7 stator vane stages. The first two stator vane stages
are
variable. The LPC gas path is connected to the High Pressure Compressor (HPC) by the
intermediate case. The intermediate case also provides a structural connection between
the
two compressor sections, provides support for the Number 2 and Number 3 bearings, is
the
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location of the gas generator front mounts and is the stator vane stage for the last
low
compressor blade stage.
The LPC rotor is physically connected to the LPT rotor by a shaft that passes through
the
HPC and turbine.
Figure 2: Gas Generator Cold Section Groups
2.1.3. High Pressure Compressor
The HPC consists of seven blade stages and seven stator vane stages, and is driven by
the
High Pressure Turbine (HPT) through a connecting shaft. The HPC operates at a higher
rotational speed than the LPC. The gearbox, attached to the intermediate case, is
driven
through gearing from the front of the HPC section.
2.1.4. Diffuser Group
The diffuser case houses the Number 4 bearing that support the HPC rotor. The case
also
houses the nine fuel nozzle and support assemblies that provide fuel to the combustion
chambers. The flow path of the diffuser case reduces the velocity and increases the
static
pressure of the compressed air before entering the combustion chambers.

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2.1.5. Combustion Section


The combustion section has nine chambers arranged in an annulus around the turbine
shafts and positioned between the HPC and the HPT. The combustion chambers are
enclosed by inner and outer cases. The outer case can be unbolted and moved rearward
to
allow for inspection or removal of the combustion chambers and fuel nozzles.
Combustion chambers Nos. 4 and 7 each accommodate an igniter plug. During initial
ignition, flame is propagated from these two chambers to the remaining chambers
through
integral flame crossover tubes, which interconnect all nine chambers.
FRONT ACCESSORY
DRIVE COMPRESSOR
INLET
LOW PRESSURE
INTERMEDIATE CASE
MAIN ACCESSORY
GEARBOX
HIGH PRESSURE
DIFFUSER
CASE
COMPRESSOR (LPC)
COMPRESSOR (HPC)
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The combustion chambers and nozzles were modified to allow liquid fuel, gaseous fuel,
or
both simultaneously. Water injection can also be utilized with these combinations. The
combustion chamber outlet duct consists of inner and outer annular burner liners with
a
front bulkhead for support of the nine cans. This outlet duct directs the hot air to
the high
turbine nozzle guide vanes.
2.1.6. Turbine Nozzle Group
This group includes the turbine inlet nozzle guide vanes that direct the hot gas flow
from the
combustion chambers to the HPT blades. Parts in this group also provide support for
the
outlet end of the combustion chambers.
The inner support for the nozzle guide vanes includes the tangential on-board
injection
(TOBI) system which provides 13th stage compressor air for cooling of the HPT blades
and
attachments.
2.1.7. High Pressure Turbine
The HPT is a single stage turbine with shroudless, air-cooled turbine blades. The HPT

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is
supported by the Number 5 bearing. The HPT is physically connected to the HPC by the
HPT shaft. The turbine blades are cooled by 13th stage compressor air that flows
through
passages within each blade. Air from the TOBI duct enters the blades at the root
attachment area after passing through passages at the front of the 1st stage turbine
rotor.
The HPT converts thermal and kinetic energy from the gas path into shaft horsepower to
drive the HPC.
Figure 3: GG8 Hot Section Groups
COMBUSTION AND
NO. 5 BEARING
SECTION
TURBINE NOZZLE
CASE
HIGH PRESSURE
TURBINE (HPT)
LOW PRESSURE
TURBINE SHAFT
LOW PRESSURE
TURBINE (LPT)
EXHAUST CASE
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2.1.8. Low Pressure Turbine
The LPT has two turbine rotor stages and two stages of turbine vanes. The front blade
and
vane rows are air cooled, and both blade rows utilize shrouded tips. These turbine
stages
use tip shrouded blades. The last stage vanes are clustered. Each vane cluster
consists of
three vane airfoils. The LPT shaft connects to the LPC. The LPT converts kinetic
energy
from the gas path into shaft horsepower to drive the LPC.
2.1.9. Turbine Exhaust Case
The Turbine Exhaust Case (TEC) forms the discharge path for the exhaust gas flow into
the
power turbine. The case also provides physical connection to the power turbine and
houses
the Number 6 bearing, which supports the rear of the LPT rotor.
Pressure oil supplied to the TEC provides lubrication for the Number 6 bearing and for
the
Number 4 bearing.
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2.1.10. Bearings
The FT8 lube oil system is a combined system, containing the gas generator lube oil
system and the power turbine lube oil system, together with necessary filters, cooler,
and
reservoir.
Anti-friction ball and roller bearings are used throughout the gas turbine since they
absorb
about 50% less power than sleeve or hydrodynamic bearings and require a less expensive
and less complex lubrication system. They can also withstand intermittent losses of
lubricant flow for time periods that would be catastrophic to sleeve bearings. Main
bearings
carry the radial and axial thrust loads of the rotors.
Figure 4: Gas Generator Bearing Locations
Bearing Type Support For
No. 1 Oil damped roller Front of LPC
No. 2 Ball Rear of LPC
No. 3 Ball Front of HPC
No. 4 Duplex Ball Rear of HPC
No. 4 Roller mid
No. 5 Oil damped roller HPT
No. 6 Oil damped roller LPT
The oil damped bearings have a layer of pressurized oil around the bearing outer
diameter
to absorb rotor-induced vibration during engine operation.
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2.2. Power Turbine
The power turbine consists of an annular, transition duct connected to the gas
generator; a
single four-stage, axial flow, reaction turbine; and an exhaust casing consisting of
exit guide
vanes and rear bearing support that connects to the diffuser section and an exhaust
collector.
The power turbine is supported by two anti-friction roller-type journal bearings and
one balltype
thrust bearing.
The turbines can rotate in either direction allowing for a SWIFTPAC configuration. As
expected, the SWIFTPAC configuration has twice the power capacity of POWERPAC
configuration. In SWIFTPAC configurations, the generator is driven from both sides.
The power turbine converts the thermal and kinetic energy of the gas generator exhaust
into a
rotational force. This force is transmitted to the driven equipment via two flexible
couplings
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2.2.1. Inlet Section


The inlet case and inner and outer ducts of the power turbine form an annulus, which
directs the gas generator hot gas exhausts to the power turbine. The inlet case, the
only
power turbine part physically attached to the gas generator, carries the structural
load of the
gas generator to the power turbine supports. The shaded section of the following
figure
depicts the inlet section.
Figure 5: Inlet Section
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2.2.2. Turbine Case and Vane Assembly
The vanes direct the hot gases to the turbine blades at the proper angle for maximum
rotor
efficiency. They form an assembly with the split turbine case. The shaded section in
the
following figure depicts the turbine case and vane assembly.
Figure 6: Turbine Case and Vane
2.2.3. Rotor Assembly
The power turbine rotor is composed of a four-stage disk and blade assembly, supported
by
anti-friction bearings on each end. The hot gases directed against the blades turn the
rotor,
creating the mechanical energy to drive the output shaft. The shaded section in the
following figure depicts the rotor assembly.
Figure 7: Rotor Assembly
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2.2.4. Exhaust Case Section
The exhaust case section turns the exhaust gases via exit guide vanes to axial flow
before
entering the diffuser section. The case structure supports the rear bearings and rear
engine
mounts. The shaded area in the figure below depicts the exhaust case section.
Figure 8: Exhaust Case Section
2.2.5. Diffuser and Turning Vane Assembly
The diffuser and turning vane assembly reduces the velocity and increases the static
pressure of the exhaust gas flow. The diffuser directs the gas flow from the power
turbine
through a conical annulus surrounding the power turbine shaft. The conical annulus
ends in
three annular, flared exit baffles, the diffuser turning vanes. The vanes redirect the
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90 degrees from all circumferential locations into the collector box for exhaust, in
simple
cycle configurations, to the stack acoustical system and then to the atmosphere. In
combined cycle configurations, the gas flow would be exhausted to the heat recovery
steam
generator inlet ducting rather than the stack acoustical system. The diffuser and
turning
vane design permits the smoothest possible movement of exhaust gas through the exhaust
system, minimizing backpressure and maximizing efficiency.
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2.2.6. Output Drive Shaft
The output drive shaft extends through a cavity in the exhaust diffuser, and exits
through
the rear of the collector box. It transmits mechanical energy to the driven equipment
(such
as an electrical generator). The front of the shaft is connected to the rotor with a
flexible
coupling. The rear of the shaft is connected to the driven equipment with a flexible
coupling. The output drive shaft is shaded in the figure below.
Figure 9: Output Drive Shaft
2.3. Collector Box
The collector is suspended from the exhaust enclosure. It receives exhaust gases from
the
diffuser and turning vanes. The gases are then exhausted through the silencer sections
to the
atmosphere, or through an optional heat recovery system.
2.4. Mounts
The mounts, located at the 3 and 9 o'clock positions on the power turbine exhaust
case,
provide the rear support for the gas generator/power turbine system. The mounts are
adjustable vertically and horizontally. There is also a bottom mount pin, which
positions the
gas generator/power turbine system in the axial and lateral directions. This allows
radial
thermal growth.
2.5. Cooling Air and Thrust Balance System
One cooling air tube from the gas generator HPC case and two tubes from the LPT
exhaust
case provide thrust balance and cooling air to the power turbine. The two tubes from
the LPT
provide cooling air to the first stage disk and blade attachment as well as providing
cooling air
to the No. 7 bearing support and first vane attachment. The air tube from the HPC
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thrust balancing air to the backside of the rotor to offset the gas path air loads and
also
provides cooling air to the rotor bore and stages 2-4 disk and blade attachments. This
air is
also providing cool buffer air to the Nos. 7, 8 and 9 bearing compartment seals.
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2.6. Bearings
Bearing Type Support For
No. 7 Roller Front of rotor
No. 8 Ball Rotor (axially)
No. 9 Roller Rear of rotor
3. Ancillary Systems
3.1. Lubrication/Hydraulic Control
The FT8 lube oil system is a combined system, containing the gas generator lube oil
system
and the power turbine lube oil system. Components not integral to the gas turbine are
mounted as a pre-engineered package inside the GT enclosure. This package contains the
combined reservoir, duplex filters, chip detectors, air-to-oil cooler, and the power
turbine
supply and scavenger pumps.
The gas generator (GG)supply and return lines terminate at the accessory drive engine
mounted gearbox. Since both the GG supply and scavenge pumps are hard coupled to the
low-pressure and high-pressure compressor shafts, positive pressures are generated by
shaft
rotation. This system also supplies oil to the hydraulic control system pump suction
port . The
gearbox driven hydraulic high pressure pump and servo valve supply control oil to the
IGV/VSV compressor actuators.
The power turbine lube oil system lubricates and cools the main bearings and bearing
seal
assemblies. Lubrication is provided by identical three-element pumps, which provide
primary
and auxiliary flow functions. The primary and auxiliary pumps are AC motor driven
while the
emergency pump is a DC motor driven.. The auxiliary pump automatically starts in case
of
trouble with the primary pump. The DC pump is used for emergency shutdown when AC
power is lost.
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3.2. Gas Fuel System (when specified)
Customer supplied fuel per PWPS FR-2 Gas Fuel Specification is delivered at a minimum
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475 psig (32.8 bars). First, the gas flows through a fire valve. Next, the gas flows
through a
simplex particulate filter, coriolis flowmeter , pressure safety valve to the fuel
plate located on
the GT base assembly. Gas flows through two shutoff valves and the modulating valve to
the
gas manifold, where it is injected through the nine gas fuel nozzles. The modulating
valve
meters fuel in response to signals from the electronic gas turbine control. See
specific P&ID
for all system components.
Figure 10: Gas Fuel System
3.3. Liquid Fuel System (when specified)
In the liquid system, fuel per PWPS FR-1, Liquid Fuel Specification in a flooded
suction line
from the fuel storage tanks is pumped by the Customer supplied fuel forwarding system
to the
PWPS filtering and metering skid which contains a duplex particulate filter and a
coriolis
meter to a downstream fire stop valve. Next, the fuel is boosted by the gas generator
gearbox
mounted fuel pump, and sent to the metering valve with an integral shutoff valve. The
metering valve meters fuel in response to a signal from the electronic gas turbine
control.
The fuel then flows through another fuel shutoff valves and an engine mounted flow
divider
valve, into the manifold and through the nine liquid fuel nozzles. See specific P&ID
for all
system components.
Figure 11: Liquid Fuel System
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3.4. Dual Fuel System (when specified)
The dual fuel system utilizes the same components as the gas and liquid fuel systems
plus a
liquid fuel pump clutch and additional valves to allow switching from one fuel to the
other. At
startup with liquid fuel selected, the fuel pump is engaged and liquid fuel flows
through the
liquid modulating valve and liquid shutoff valve into the liquid fuel manifold to the
nozzles. At
shutdown, the pump is disengaged, the liquid modulating valve and liquid shutoff
valves are
closed, the liquid drain valves are opened to prevent pressure buildup downstream of
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shutoff, and the manifold drain valve is opened to drain the manifold.
When gas fuel operation is selected, gas flows from the supply through two shutoff
valves,
through the modulating valve to the gas manifold. A small amount is sent through the
liquid
system purge valve to the liquid fuel manifold for continuous purging of all liquid
fuel from the
manifold and nozzles cool and prevent choking of the liquid fuel section of the
nozzles. At
shutdown, the shutoff valves are closed and the vent line between shutoff valves is
opened to
relieve pressure.
The gas turbine has the capability to transfer from one fuel to the other during
operation.
3.5. Water Injection System (when specified)
The water injection system introduces demineralized water with the fuel into the
nozzles of
the gas turbine to assist in achieving required exhaust gas emission levels. The
system
operation is automatically controlled by the electronic gas turbine control.
The demineralized water is Customer supplied to the water injection skid located just
outside
the gas turbine enclosure. The skid contains a particulate filter, VFD motor driven
pump to
boost the water to the required pressure, coriolis flow meter and necessary valving.
When operating on liquid fuel, the water is mixed with the fuel and sent through the
liquid fuel
nozzles. When running on gas fuel, the water is sent through the liquid fuel nozzles
and the
gas through the gas fuel nozzles. During fuel transfer, the water is mixed with the
liquid fuel
and injected through the nozzles via the liquid fuel manifold, while the gas flows
through the
gas fuel nozzles.
3.6. Starting System
The starting system consists of a hydraulic starter mounted on the gas turbine and a
skidmounted
hydraulic start pac. When the operator initiates a start, the hydraulic start pac
provides high-pressure fluid to the starter motor geared to the high compressor rotor
shaft of
the gas generator. The starter converts the fluid pressure to shaft torque and rotates
the highspeed
rotor to ignition speed in approximately 17 seconds.
After fuel is admitted to the gas turbine combustion section and ignition is achieved,
the gas
turbine accelerates to its self-sustaining speed and the starter is disengaged from

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the shaft. If
any problems are detected during the start cycle, the control shuts off fuel flow and
hydraulic
fluid flow, causing the starter to disengage and the gas turbine to coast down.
The starting system is also used to rotate the gas turbine rotors for water wash
and/or gas
path purge. When water wash is selected, the hydraulic start system is used to motor
the gas
generator while water, with or without detergent, is sprayed into the bellmouth.
During a
purge operation, gases accumulated in the gas turbine are purged by motoring the gas
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generator with the starting system to above 1500 rpm with the ignition and fuel
systems off
per requirements.
3.7. Fire Protection System
The fire protection system provides independent fire detection for the entire plant
and CO2
total flooding fire suppression for the gas turbine enclosure, CO2 suppression is
strongly
recommended as an option for the generator as well as FM200 suppression for the
control
enclosure.
Automatic fire detection is provided by rate compensated thermal detectors. Facilities
for
manual (electric and mechanical) initiation of the fire systems are also provided. The
CO2
tanks, solenoids, and manifold are located outside the enclosures, with the system.s
control
module located in the control room.
Figure 12: Fire Protection System
The control system monitors and displays the status of all fire system inputs and
provides
outputs to activate audible and visual alarms, discharge CO2, close fuel fire safety
valves, and
signal turbine and unit control systems for required responses. The system operates on
24
volts DC and contains its own internal power supply and battery backup.
Immediately upon actuation of the system, the turbine enclosure secondary air supply
fans
are deenergized and the fuel supply is shut off. A 20-second time delay permits
rundown of
the gas turbine and generator before a solenoid valve releases the pressurized CO2
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distribution manifold. A pneumatic cylinder, actuated by the pressurized CO2, releases


a pair
of guillotine type dampers (just forward of the fan blades) closing off the secondary
air path.
SOLENOID VALVE
PRIMARY CYLINDER
EXTENDED DISCHARGE CYLINDERS
FIRE
DETECTORS
(two at each location)
CO 2
NOZZLES
MONITORING
SYSTEM
UNIT
CONTROL
SECONDARY AIR
DAMPER TRIP
SECONDARY
AIR DAMPER
CO 2
STORAGE SYSTEM
VALVE SOLENOID
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Simultaneously, a series of nozzles floods the enclosures to a 34% CO2 concentration,
sufficient for inerting the combustion process.
The CO2 supply to the manifold is fed from pressurized tanks. The first tank is quick
emptying, while the second slow-emptying tank maintains the 5% level required to
overcome
dilution from air leakage. This CO2 concentration is maintained for approximately 30
minutes,
sufficient time to allow combustibles to cool below their auto ignition temperatures.
A CO2
status display board is provided near each protected enclosure entry to visually
indicate the
status of the fire protection system (i.e. CO2 armed or disarmed).
Disarming may be accomplished by disabling the CO2 discharge system, either
electronically
by means of a key switch and/or blocking the flow of CO2 by a manually activated
safety block
valve in the CO2 piping discharge system. When disarmed the detection alarm system
will
remain active while the CO2 discharge capability will be disabled. Continuous alarm
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are sent to the monitoring system notifying the operator while the system is disarmed.
Additional safety features include a suppressant release delay and audible and visual
alarms
inside and outside the enclosure.
3.8. Gas Detection System
A resistance type combustible gas sensor provides gas detection in the gas turbine
enclosure. When the gas concentration reaches 20% lower flammable level (LFL), the gas
hazard alarm will be displayed in the fire control panel and warning alarms will be
activated at
the enclosure. When a 60% LFL level is reached an automatic trip of the fuel and gas
turbine
will be initiated. The enclosures ventilation system will remain operational to reduce
the gas
hazard.
3.9. Engine Heating (Dehumidification) System
The engine heating system maintains the internal parts of the gas turbine at a
temperature
above the dew point of the ambient air during non-operation periods. Hot air forced
into the
compressor section and out through the exhaust and inlet ducts prevents condensation,
which can cause corrosion. The system is fully automatic.
3.10. Offline Water Wash System
The gas turbine requires periodic washing of its aerodynamic components that have
accumulated deposits which could affect performance.
A water wash circuit, when activated by the operator, energizes a solenoid valve in
the water
wash line. The water flows through a nozzle located inside the inlet air plenum,
directed
toward the gas turbine.s inlet. While the gas turbine is rotated on the starter, the
sprayed
water is pulled through the compressor section of the gas turbine and is drained
through drain
valves. After washing, the gas turbine is started to dry out any remaining water.
The water wash skid is optional.
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4. Electric Generator
The electric generator is an open ventilated, two-pole, air-cooled unit rated to
BS/IEC standards
with Class .F. insulation but limited to Class .B. temperature rises on a total
temperature basis.
It includes shaft mounted overhung main and pilot brushless exciters complete with
rotating
fused diodes, and all required support auxiliaries, instrumentation, protective
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controls.
Figure 13: Electric Generator
4.1. Stator
The stator frame is fabricated from mild-steel plate, forming a rigid structure. The
stator core
is built up from laminations of low loss, high permeability, and high silicon content
electrical
steel. Radial ventilating ducts are formed at intervals along the core by .H. section
steel
spacers. The core is hydraulically pressed at several stages during the building
operation to
ensure uniform compaction. When finished it is clamped between heavy ribbed steel end
plates split on the bearing lines. The stator winding is of the two-layer diamond type
half coils
being used for ease of handling during manufacture and winding.
The insulation system is based on a resin rich thermosetting mica glass tape which,
when
processed results in a dimensionally stable high performance insulation capable of
continuous operation at temperatures up to 155C (Class F).
The half coils are placed in the stator slots in two layers, wedged securely in
position by
synthetic resin bonded wedges, and joined by brazing the copper laminations. The end
winding is securely braced to insulated brackets supported from the stator frame. The
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individual sub-conductors of all windings are fully transposed to ensure minimum
circulating
currents. .Nose. type or Roebel transpositions are used as appropriate.
4.2. Rotor
The rotor is an integral forging of nickel chromium molybdenum alloy steel. Axial
slots are
milled on the periphery of the body of the rotor to carry the winding and for
ventilation. The
rotor winding conductor material is conventional silver bearing copper. The conductor
is in
the form of a strip and each rotor coil is preformed to the shape required. All
insulation
materials are suitable for Class .F. operation.
The preformed coils are inserted into the slots, each turn being insulated from the
next. After
the completion of the winding, the conductors are heated electrically and pressed to
the
correct depth using pressing rings. A fully interconnected damper winding is then
fitted into
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braced
with packing blocks between the conductors, after which the non-magnetic manganese
chromium steel end caps are shrink fitted to spigots at each end of the rotor body.
All rotors
are tested at 20% overspeed and balanced.
4.3. Bearings
The main bearings are conventional circular profile, white metal lined, hydrodynamic
cylindrical bearings. Pressurized oil seals are fitted at each end of the bearings.
Temperature detectors are provided for the bearing metal and oil drains. Non-contact
vibration sensors are provided for both bearings.
4.4. Ventilation
The generator features integral axial flow fans which supply a large volume of
filtered cool air
flowing through the frame and over the stator and rotor coil ends and windings via
inter slot
ventilation ducts and discharging at the top of the frame. The exciter is
self-ventilated.
4.5. Lubrication
A separate air cooled lubrication system is provided, including a storage tank with
radiator
and cooling fan, two AC motor driven lube oil pumps, and a DC motor driven emergency
backup pump for emergency coastdown or black start.
4.6. Excitation Systems
The generators are fitted with a brushless excitation system, where the excitation
power is
derived from a small AC generator driven by the generator shaft. The AC power produced
by
this exciter is rectified to DC by a shaft mounted rotating rectifier assembly, which
is
connected to the main field via conductors inside the shaft, thus eliminating the need
for slip
rings.
4.7. Voltage Regulator
The generator has a Automatic Voltage Regulator (AVR) system with manual control, auto
follower, and null balance indication. In the event of a fault in the excitation and
voltage
monitors automatically transfer to manual control.
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The AVR, which controls the excitation of the generator, is housed in a 19-inch rack
assembly
that has the advantages of compact modular construction, enabling a wide range of
optional
features to be readily incorporated into the excitation system. Power to operate the
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supplied from a permanent magnet pilot exciter mounted on the generator shaft.
The unit includes the following solid state plug-in modules and facilities:
Hand control bridge
Auto control bridge
Voltage control card including over flux limiter
Diode failure detector and fast acting current limiter
Excitation limiter card including over and underexcitation limiters with ambient
temperature compensation
Falling frequency protection
"Soft start" circuit to minimize voltage buildup overshoot
Power factor card for constant power factor or constant reactive power control
The AVR has a voltage adjustment range of + 10% and accuracy of regulation of no load
to
full load.
4.8. Generator Data
4.8.1. Manufacturer
Brush Electrical Machines, Ltd. or equivalent
4.8.2. Type
Synchronous, direct air-cooled, cylindrical rotor, and two-bracket bearing AC
generator with
brushless exciter and permanent magnet pilot exciter. Class F insulated rotor stator.
Note: Rating details and performance curves are found in the attached
Manufacturer.s Data Sheets.
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5. Electrical Control Center Enclosure
The electrical/control center enclosure contains all of the equipment necessary for
local control
of the FT8, together with the switchgear and generator protective devices. The
enclosure is
temperature controlled per equipment requirements and is designed for global
installation.
The enclosure contains the gas turbine and generator controls, motor control center,
low voltage
AC and DC distribution, station batteries, metal-clad switchgear, station auxiliary
transformer,
protective relaying, and master terminal board. These controls and instruments are
mounted on
the following cabinets:
Monitoring Cabinet
Operator Cabinet
Master Terminal Cabinet
Protective Relay Cabinet
Instrument Cabinet
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124" (3,150 mm)


HVAC #1
Figure 14: Typical Electrical/Control Unit Layout
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5.1. Monitoring Cabinet (Main Operator Interface)
This cabinet houses equipment used by the operator to
interface with the control system for data monitoring,
trending and event history. It is located next to the operator
cabinet for ease of access to the manual controls.
Housed in this cabinet is the Industrial Control Engine
(ICE) monitoring system computer, which is utilized by the
operator for gas turbine data acquisition and operating
parameter adjustments. It consists of a 20" monitor, CPU,
keyboard and trackball. The CPU interfaces with the
controller via an Ethernet link.
A printer is also provided to print current screen
information, event log, plots, and trends.
Static Inverter - The inverter converts DC power from the
batteries into AC power to be used by the auxiliary AC
instruments and equipment. It contains inputs from both
the AC and DC buses and can provide 120 VAC output
power from either source. The inverter monitors the AC
bus at all times. If power supplied from the AC bus, the
inverter will automatically transfer to the DC source upon
loss of AC power.
Figure 15: Monitoring Cabinet
23.6" (600 mm) W x 82.7" (2100 mm) H
STATIC INVERTER
PRINTER
KEYBOARD/MOUSE
CPU
UTILITY SHELF
MONITOR
1HU
LAN SWITCH
3HU
BLANKING PANEL
BLANKING PANEL
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5.2. Operator Cabinet
This cabinet contains panel-mounted switches and instruments
used to manually control and monitor the generator performance.

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Manual voltage/VAR control, speed/load control, synchronization,


and generating mode selection are all performed from this panel.
Following is a list of components installed on the panel.
Alarm Horn
Synchronizing Lights
Synchroscope and Syncroscope Switch
Bus and Generator Voltmeters
Generator Wattmeter
Generator Var Meter
Power Turbine/Generator Tachometer
Generator Circuit Breaker Control Switch
Speed/Load Control Switch
Volts/Var Switch
Lockout/Operate Switch Engine A&B
Emergency Stop.
64F Test Switch
Figure 16: Operator Cabinet
Timer . Running Hours, Liquid Hours, and Gas Hours
Counters . Total Starts and Cycles
Speed Relay Reset Button
5.3. Panel Back Wall Devices (Not Shown)
Overspeed Switch
SEL 2401 . Satellite Clock
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5.4. Protective Relay Cabinet
The equipment in this cabinet provides hardwired protection for the gas turbine,
generator
and bus equipment. The panel contains nine (9) lockout relays that are used to trip
the unit or
a single gas turbine in response to signals from the various electrical protective
devices and
the unit control system. Each lockout is a high speed, multi-contact, hand-reset relay
provided with a mechanical target. Health monitoring relays are also provided for each
lockout and are mounted on the panel back wall.
GEN WHM - Generator Watt-Hour Meter
DBR . Dead Bus Relay
25SC - Sync Check Relay
TSB-1, TSB-9 - Test Blocks
86BF . Breaker Failure Lockout Relay
86BF-R . Redundant Breaker Failure Lockout Relay
86G1 . Generator 52G Trip Lockout Relay
86G2 - Generator 52G Trip + Controlled Shutdown
Lockout Relay
86E . Engine Lockout Relay

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86AT . Auxiliary Transformer Lockout Relay


86EA . Engine A Trip Lockout Relay
86EB . Engine B Trip Lockout Relay
86BG . Generator Breaker Lockout Relay
5.5. Panel Back Wall Devices (Not Shown)
WT3801, 3802 . Watt Transducers
Speed Switch - Provides generator and power turbine overspeed protection.
SCB1,SCB10 . Short Circuit Blocks
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1HU PANEL
SYNCHRONIZER
2HU PANEL
2HU PANEL
VIBRATION
MONITOR
2HU PANEL
AUTOMATIC VOLTAGE
REGULATOR
1HU PANEL
1HU PANEL
2HU PANEL
1HU PANEL
1HU PANEL
TSB-10
TSB-14
TSB-21
50/50-1
50/51-1R
TSB-20
5.6. Instrument Cabinet
This cabinet holds the accessory controls such as voltage regulator, synchronizer,
vibration
monitors, and generator protection relay. Each piece of equipment operates
independently to
control a specific aspect of plant operation. The unit control system coordinates the
activity of
these controllers through both hardwired and communication signals.
Auto Voltage Regulator (AVR) -Primarily designed to
control the excitation of the generator. The AVR allows
both manual and automatic control of generator
excitation.
Synchronizer . Consists of three rack mounted modules
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breaker to parallel the generator to the bus.


Generator Protective Relay . Beckwith M-3425A is a
microprocessor based unit that uses digital signal
processing technology to provide up to thirty four
protective relaying functions for generator protection.
Vibration Monitors - Bentley Nevada Vibration Monitoring
System.
. Electric Generator - The monitor interfaces with two
embedded proximity probes on each generator
bearing. Displays of each bearing vibration level
amplitude are shown on the front of the monitor
along with lamp indication of system malfunction,
alarm and shutdown vibration levels.
. Gas Turbine - The monitor interfaces with velocity
transducers mounted on the GG8 inlet case (flange
A) mid-engine case (flange K) and the PT8 exhaust
case (flange S). Vibration amplitudes are displayed
on the front of the monitor for each of the three
channels. Lamps on the front of the monitor
indicate a faulty transducer or monitor malfunction
and vibration level alarm and vibration level
shutdown. A reset button must be depressed to rearm
visual alarms after alarm indication.
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5.7. Master Terminal Boards
These cabinets terminate the majority of field control wiring at one central location.
They
contain terminal strips that connect the instruments to monitor and control the gas
turbine and
support systems to the CPU. One cabinet also houses the unit control system.
The unit control is a Woodward Governor Company digital microprocessor. It uses data
from
instruments throughout the plant to control unit operation. This data is also passed
on to the
monitoring system where it is accessible to the operator. The system is composed of a
main
chassis and one expansion chassis. The cabinet holds the main chassis, which contains
the
CPU, communication hardware, and input/output cards for the generator and control
house
equipment.
5.8. Motor Control Center (MCC)
The Motor Control Center contains all the 3-phase motor starters and contactors and
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480V - 3-phase feeder circuit breakers for the plant. Additionally, the MCC contains
the AC
and DC distribution panels and the transfer switch. The front panel of each motor
starter
bucket has a red and green indicating light to identify motor ON/OFF operation.
Power to the MCC is supplied by the 300 kVA, 13.8 kV / 480 V, 3-phase, 3-wire
auxiliary
transformer that distributes the power to the MCC through a 480 V, 3-pole, 600 amp
circuit
breaker. The auxiliary transformer and circuit breaker are housed in a cubicle next to
the
main circuit breaker. The 125 VDC and 24 VDC distribution panels in the MCC are
supplied
power from the 125 VDC and 24 VDC batteries and associated 125 VDC and 24 VDC battery
chargers that are located close to the MCC.
5.9. DC Power Supply
One hundred twenty five (125) VDC and 24 VDC batteries are rack mounted in a
ventilated
enclosure. They supply all necessary DC power for safe shutdown of the FT8 and
Emergency
blackout conditions. Battery chargers are furnished and properly rated to supply the
FT8.s
DC loads and also have capacity to charge the batteries. Chargers are supplied power
from
the MCCs 480 VAC distribution panel that is fed from the 13.8 kV / 480 VAC, 3-phase,
auxiliary transformer.
The auxiliary transformer is connected to the load side, not the generator side, of
the 13.8 kV
switchgear circuit breaker. Thus, when the FT8 is in the standby mode and not
generating
power, the auxiliary transformer derives its power via the back-energized main step-up
transformer. Unless there is a blackout, this is a very reliable source of power.
However,
when the FT8 is started and synchronized to the 13.8 kV side of the main-step-up
transformer
and the main breaker is closed, the FT8 generator supplies power to the 13.8 kV / 480
VAC
auxiliary transformer.
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5.10. 15 kV Class, Metal-Clad Switchgear Module
The 15 kV class switchgear is installed in the control center enclosure, and is
connected to
the generator by a totally enclosed, non-segregated phase, 3-phase bus duct system
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3000 amp. The switchgear module is of the metal-clad construction and consists of
three
cubicles installed on one end of the electrical control center enclosure and described
as
follows:
The first cubicle contains the dry-type, auxiliary transformer that is rated at 300
KVA,
13.8 kV / 480 VAC, 3-phase, 3-wire, 60 Hz. The 13.8 kV primary side of the
transformer is connected to the load side of the main circuit breaker located in the
adjacent second cubicle. The auxiliary transformer supplies the necessary 480
VAC power to the FT8 MCC. A 480 VAC, 3-pole, 600 amp, 60 Hz, circuit breaker
connected to the secondary side of the auxiliary transformer is also contained in
this cubicle.
The second cubicle contains the main circuit breaker and necessary current
transformers for metering and relaying. The main switching and interrupting
device (vacuum circuit breaker) is of the removable draw-out type arranged with a
mechanism for moving it physically between connected and disconnected
positions and equipped with self-aligning and self-coupling primary disconnecting
devices and control wiring connections.
The main generator circuit breaker is a 750 MVA interrupting, 3000 amp, 15 kV air
circuit breaker featuring 125 VDC close and trip.
The third cubicle contains the potential transformers, lightning arrestors, and the
surge capacitors as required for metering and equipment protection.
6. Control System
The FT8 control system contains an integrated Woodward gas turbine and unit control.
This
integrated controller acts as a central processing point for all I/O, serial and
Ethernet
communications associated with the FT8. Data from this control is sent to a
user-friendly
operator interface to display pertinent information.
6.1. Integrated Gas Turbine and Unit Control
The Woodward MicroNet Control System performs both fuel control and sequencing
functions. This system incorporates 32-bit microprocessor based digital controllers,
which
optimizes turbine safety and efficiency. The programmable features of this control
enhance
the ability of the end user to incorporate the latest features in gas turbine
technology. The
MicroNet provides a flexible system to control associated processes such as high speed
control functions, system sequencing, auxiliary system control, surge control,
monitoring and
alarming, and station control. Communications with the MicroNet platform are available
to
program and service the control as well as to interface with other systems (Plant DCS,
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etc.). A service interface allows the user to view and tune system variables.
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This integrated control performs all of the gas turbine control functions including:
Speed Control
Temperature Protection and Control
Acceleration and Deceleration Limiting
Fuel Valve Control
Inlet Guide Vane Control
Variable Stator Vane Control
Water Injection
Gas Turbine Operational Monitoring
Start Sequencing
Unit Synchronization
Alarm and Shutdown Protection
CONTROL ENCLOSURE
GAS TURBINE B
GAS TURBINE
GAS TURBINES A&B
AUXILIARIES
ENCLOSURE B
MODBUS (ETHERNET)
PARALLEL
GAS TURBINE A
GAS TURBINE
ENCLOSURE A
HARDWIRE
INSTRUMENT PANEL
GAS TURBINE
AND UNIT
CONTROL
PRINTER
ICE
MONITORING
SYSTEM
WOODWARD
CUSTOMER OPTIONS
- REMOTE CONTROL
- HOST COMPUTER
- PROCESS EQUIPMENT
- STEAM TURBINE
I/O, RS232, ETC.
Figure 16: FT8 SWIFTPAC Control
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PWPS 60hz 30 Rev 12-0609


6.2. Monitoring System
The monitoring system package operates on an industrial PC and serves as the operator
interface for the FT8. This system interfaces to the gas turbine and unit control via
an
Ethernet local area network (LAN). The monitoring system performs such functions as:
Data Logging and Trending
Alarm Monitoring
Alarm and Event Logging
Sequence-of-Events Recording
First-Out Alarm Indication
X-Y Plotting
Calculation Functions
Event Storage, Archiving, and Redisplay
Operator Control Functions
Process Animation
Control System Diagnostics
7. Gas Turbine Enclosure
The gas turbine enclosure protects the gas turbine and other ancillaries from the
environment
and provides noise attenuation. When the unit is operating the enclosure protects
outside
workers from the high component temperatures. When the unit is not operating it
provides a
protected working environment and inside lighting for maintenance.
The gas turbine enclosure includes the inlet plenum and the exhaust enclosure. The
inlet
plenum channels the air from the inlet air silencer to the gas turbine bellmouth to
minimize the
inlet air pressure loss. The exhaust enclosure houses the exhaust diffuser/collector,
which
delivers the power turbine exhaust gases to the exhaust transition duct and silencer.
The
enclosure serves as a mounting structure for the inlet and exhaust air systems, and as
a duct
for passing secondary air over the gas turbine for cooling. The enclosure also
provides a limited
containment volume for the fire protection system.
7.1. Gas Turbine Enclosure Secondary Air System
The gas turbine enclosure secondary air system provides cooling air flow throughout
the
length of the enclosure. Air is drawn into the intake assembly, through the silencer
chamber,
and blown into the gas turbine enclosure. It passes along the length of the gas
generator and
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where it joins
with the gas turbine exhaust.
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A pair of AC motor driven fans, rated at 22,000 scfm (10.3 m3/sec), are mounted low on
the
front bulkhead of the enclosure to take in atmospheric air through a louvered opening
with a 2
x 2-inch (5 x 5 cm) mesh screen and a silencer module.
If a gas turbine enclosure fire is detected, the fans are de-energized and a pair of
guillotinetype
gates are released to block the inlet air supply ports.
7.2. Inlet Air Filtration
The primary inlet filtration system has a filtration efficiency of 99.7% for particles
down to 5
microns, and 95% for particles down to 2 microns. Clean elements flow about 190 pounds
(86 kg) of air per second with a maximum pressure drop of approximately one inch (2.54
cm)
of water.
The filter house weighs approximately 32,500 lbs (14,800 Kg) and is 20 feet (6.1 m)
long, 12
feet (3.6 m) wide and 13 feet (4.0 m) high. It is constructed of mild steel and rests
atop (with
its flange bolted to) the inlet air silencer module. Air enters both end walls of the
filter house.
Each end wall is configured to have 30 two ft2 filter elements and 6000 half-sized
elements in
individual galvanized frames.
The high efficiency, replaceable fiberglass filters are preceded by a pre-filter. The
two filters
are held together by a pair of extended spring clips. Filter elements can be replaced
from
inside the filter house. The doors can be accessed from a full-length external catwalk
with
safety railing and fixed-end ladder.
Figure 17: Filter House
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7.3. Inlet Air Silencer (when specified)
The inlet air silencer module attenuates noise over a broad band of frequencies. It is
10 feet
(3 m) wide by 11.5 feet (3.5 m) long. The box configuration housing is four feet high
and
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through this
module directly into the contoured inlet plenum.
A similar flange ringing the top of the housing is bolted to a mating flange in the
floor of the
inlet air filter house. The silencer outer wall is 3/16-inch (4.75 mm) steel plate and
the inner
wall is 16 gauge perforated galvanized steel, with four inches of mineral wool fill
between
them.
Module walls, configured for sound attenuation, consist of 17 equally spaced,
transversely
mounted vertical acoustic baffles. The baffles, which have a 16-gauge perforated
galvanized
steel shell and are filled with three inches of mineral wool, may be removed for
servicing.
Figure 18: Top View of Inlet Silencer Figure 19: Wall Construction of Inlet Silencer
7.4. Exhaust Silencer (when specified)
The exhaust silencer is composed of two major modules, the transition module and the
silencer module. The transition module provides a transition for the gas turbine
exhaust gases
and surrounding secondary cooling air. The silencer module is flange-mounted to the
exhaust silencer transition-housing module. The number of the exhaust silencer modules
is
shown on the general arrangement drawings, and is also indicated in the Scope of
Supply.
Construction of the transition module and the silencer module is similar; both employ
double
wall construction. Mineral wool is used in the outer wall for sound absorption and
fiberglass
wool is used in the inner wall for heat insulation and sound absorption. Four sound
attenuating baffles are contained in the silencer module.
SECTION A-A
3.00"
Fiberglass Cloth
Facing with 6" (152 mm)
Wrap Around (4) Sides
Fill w/Mineral Wool
Insulation, 3 1/2" (89 mm) Thick
6# / Ft (96 kg/m3) Minimum Density
1320 mm
A A 52.00'
Acoustic Baffles
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wrapped by
stainless steel wire mesh. The baffles slide into module sidewall channels. The
exhaust
silencer modules are stacked for maximum sound attenuation. Surfaces exposed to hot
exhaust gas are made from 409 stainless steel.
Figure 20: Top View of Exhaust Figure 21: Top View of Exhaust
Primary Wall
Baffle
Inner Wall
119.75"
177.75"
3040 mm
4515 mm
Mineral Wool Insulation
4" (100 mm) Thick, 6# / Ft (96 kg/m3) Min Density
Fiberglass Insulation
4" (100 mm) Thick, 2.4# / Ft3 (38.4 kg/m3) Min Density
Wrapped w/Glass Fiber Cloth, and
Secure 2489 mm w/Stainless Steel Staples
98.00"
Screen: 18-8 Stainless Steel, Woven,
14x14 Mesh X.011 Wire
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8. Estimated SWIFTPAC Weights and Sizes
Quantity Description Weight, lb/kg (ea) Length, ft/m Width, ft/m Height, ft/m
2 Gas turbine assembly on base 53,500/24,300 27.5/8.4 12/3.7 11/3.3
inside enclosure
2 Engine heater950/430 5/1.5 4/1.2 3.5/1.1
2 Exhaust enclosu re 8,700/3,950 15/4.6 10.5/3.2 11/3.3
2 Collector box *4,400/2,000 14/4.3 6/1.8 10/3.2
2 Secondary inlet silencer 6,200/2,800 11.5/3.5 10/3.2 5/1.5
with inlet louver
2 Inlet air filter assembly, 32,500/14,800 20/6.0 13/4.1 14/4.2
ladders and walkways
2 Diffuser inner/outer cylinder, 6,200/2,800 8/2.5 8/2.5 5/1.6
tunnel and turning vanes
2 Inlet snilecer 9,900/4,500 11.5/3.5 10/3.1 5/1.6
2 Exhaust transition piece 9,900/4,500 15/4.6 10/3.1 5/1.6
4 Exhaust snilecer 16,000/7,300 15/4.6 10/3.1 9/2.7
2 Lube oil system inside enclosure 19,800/9,900 20/6.0 11.5/3.5 10.5/3.2
2 Water injection skid 2,500/1,100 8/2.4 5.5/1.7 6/1.8
1 Hydraulic start pac 9,900/4,500 7.5/2.3 7/2.2 8/2.4
1 Electric generator * 180,600/82,100 23/7.1 13/3.9 11/3.3
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1 Recirculation damper 2,500/1,100 9/2.8 10/3.2 4/1.2


1 Generator enclosure * 14,500/6,600 22/6.7 12/3.6 6/1.8
14,500/6,600 22/6.7 12/3.6 6/1.8
11,000/5,000 24.5/7.5 6.5/2.0 7/2.2
1 Generator silenc er 15,000/6,800 24.5/7.5 10.5/3.2 6/1.9
1 Control/switchgear u nit 71,000/32,300 42/12.8 11.5/3.5 12/3.7
1 Batteries/remote panel 1,900/850 3/1 3/1 8/2.5
1 Bus du ct 5,100/2,300 18/5.5 4/1.3 6.5/2
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9. List of Typical Suppliers
Standard Design
Structural
Enclosures BECON, Sound, SMT,
Inlet Silencer VAW, Sound
Inlet Plenum Sound
Exhaust Silencer Sound, SMT
Exhaust Stacks Braden, Sound, SMT, VAW
Gas Turbine Base and Mounts Industrial Technologies, Edward King, American
Design
Collector Box Northern Manufacturing
Inlet Air Filter House VAW, Farr,
Inlet Air Filter Elements VAW, Farr,
Secondary Air Fans Hartzell
Coupling Goodrich, Ameri-Drive
Mechanical
Pump, Water Injection HS Sundyne
Pump, Miscellaneous Hayes, Gould, Hamilton Sundstrand, Cascon
Lube Oil Cooler Hayden
GG Starter Eaton Aerospace
Valves, Miscellaneous Jordan, Woodward, Atkomatic, Hamilton Sundstrand,
Fire Valve Lawrence (Leslie)
Heat Exchanger HS Marstson,
Clutch, Fuel Pump Carlyle Johnson, ARGO Tech
Gas Turbine Heater American Design
Fuel Heater Wattlow
Gauges, Pressure Ashcroft, Omega, Orange Research
Gauges, Temperature Ashcroft, Omega, Orange Research
Fire Protection Associated Fire Protection
Filters, Fuel FCS/Nelson, , Pall Trinicor
Filters, Lube Oil Pall Trinicor
Hoses Faxon, Industrial Technologies, Titeflex, Aeroquip,
Tube Bends
Hydraulic Start System Berendsen
SCR.s Peerless, Deltak, Hitachi, Mitsubishi, EnviroKinetics

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Electrical
Electric Generator Brush Electrical Machines, Electrical Machinery
Auxiliary Transformer Westinghouse, National, Hevi-Duty, Hawker-Siddley,
ABB, Hitachi, Hammond Power Solutions
Synchronizer Woodward, Westinghouse, Basler
Bus Duct Powell, UNIBUS
Vibration Monitor Bentley Nevada
Turbine Control Woodward
Batteries Powell, Alcad
Battery Charger CPI
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Motor Control Center Cutler Hammer
Motors Baldor, U.S., Westinghouse, G.E.
Protectives G.E., ABB, Beckwith, Schweitzer
Switchgear Powell,
CRT Monitor Adek
Gas Detectors General Monitors
Pressure Transducers Barksdale, Statham, Sensotec
Pressure Switches Custom Components
Level Switches Gems
Differential Pressure Switches Custom Components
Resistive Temperature Detectors Pro-Temp
Flowmeter, Fuel Yokogawa, IMT Corp, Flow Technology
Pratt & Whitney Power Systems, Inc. (PWPS) provides the Typical Suppliers list as a
service to
potential Customers interested in knowing generally the typical suppliers of PWPS
products.
The Typical Suppliers list is not intended to limit or restrict the supplier(s) that
PWPS may use
for any part or parts. PWPS retains the right to use other suppliers for the parts
described. Upon
request, PWPS can provide specific supplier information to any Customer wishing to
know the
exact supplier for any or all parts.
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Customer and Site No. Application Date
1
United Technologies Corporation 1 Cogeneration 01-93
P&W Manufacturing Division
East Hartford, CT

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Futian Power Company 1 Combined Cycle 03-92


Shenzhen, China
Public Service Electric and Gas Co. 4 Combined Cycle 03-92
Burlington, NJ 4 Combined Cycle 06-93
Ebara Corporation 1 Peaking 07-92
Sodegaura, Japan
Newfoundland and Labrador Hydro 1 Peaking 03-92
Happy Valley, Labrador, Canada Synch Condensing
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries 2 Marine Propulsion 1994
Car & Passenger Ferry, Japan
MAN TURBO 1 Compressor Drive 09-92
Oberhausen, Germany
Hainan Electric Power Company 2 Combined Cycle 4-94
Sanya, Hainan Province, China 2 6-95
Jamaica Public Service Company 2 Base Load 12-94
Montego Bay, Jamaica Generation
Industriekraftwerk Baienfurt 1 Cogeneration 01-95
Baienfurt, Germany
Massachusetts Water Resources Authority 2 Emergency 06-95
(Formerly Boston Edison Company)
Deer Island, Boston, MA
Rhodia Energy 1 Cogeneration 09-95
(Formerly Rhone Poulenc)
Melle, France
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E.ON Ruhrgas 1 Compressor Drive 10-95
Werne 7, Germany
Energieversorgung Oberhausen (EVO) 1 Base Load 01-96
Oberhausen, Germany Cogeneration
Wuxi Suyuan Gas Turbine 2 Combined Cycle 07-96
Electric Company
Wuxi County, China
Cogeneration Management Steiermark 1 Cogeneration 10-96
Graz, Austria
Solvay Deutschland 2 Cogeneration 11-96
Rheinberg, Germany
Chloralp 3 Cogeneration 11-96
Pont de Claix, France
EPCOR (originally TransCanada Pipelines)
Kapuskasing, Canada 1 Combined Cycle 12-96

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North Bay, Canada 1 Combined Cycle 12-96


ESYS-Montenay 1 Cogeneration 12-96
Clermont-Ferrand, France
Asahi Chemical Industry Co., Ltd. 1 Combined Cycle 04-97
Kanagawa, Japan
Chengdu AES-Kaihua 2 Base Load 06-97
Gas Turbine Power Co., Ltd.
Chengdu City, China
I.C. Industrias, S.A. 2 Base Load 09-97
La Dorada, Colombia Generation
Communaute Electrique du Benin
Contonou, Benin 1 Base Load 07-98
Lome, Togo 1 Base Load 06-98
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Endesa
Charrua, Chile 2 Base Load 02-99
Valdivia, Chile 4 Base Load 03-99
Tomen Power Samukawa
Samukawa, Kanagawa, Japan 2 Combined Cycle 06-99
Ebara Corporation
Fujisawa, Kanagawa, Japan 2 Combined Cycle 06-99
WINGAS
Mallnow Station, Germany 2 Compressor Drive 09-99
Rueckersdorf Station, Germany 1 Compressor Drive 06-99
E.ON Ruhrgas (GG8-2)
Werne 8, Germany 1 Compressor Drive 06-99
Adisseo France S.A.S
(Formerly Rhone Poulenc)
Commentry, France 1 Cogeneration 09-99
CURCHAL
Chalon sur Saone, France 1 Cogeneration 12-99
Tokyo Metropolitan Government
Kanto Chisei, Japan 2 Pump Drive 01-00
Omaha Public Power District
Omaha, Nebraska 4 Peaking 05-00
DPL Energy, Inc.
Montpelier, Indiana 8 Peaking 05-01
Buckeye Power
Greenville, Ohio 8 Peaking 05-00
Virgin Islands Water & Power Auth.

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St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands 1 Base Load 09-01


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WINGAS
Mallnow Station, Germany 1 Compressor Drive 01-01
Rueckersdorf Station, Germany 1 Compressor Drive 03-01
Tokyo Metropolitan Government
Higashi Kojiya Pump Station 1 Emergency 01-01
Tokyo, Japan
Boremer
San Martin de la Vega, Spain 1 Cogeneration 03-01
Constellation
Handsome Lake, Pennsylvania 10 Peaking 07-01
Tenaska
University Park, Illinois 12 Peaking 07-01
Bristol, Virginia 10 Peaking 07-01
Big Sandy, West Virginia 12 Peaking 07-01
Puget Sound
Fredonia, Washington 4 Peaking 07-01
PacifiCorp
Klamath Falls, Oregon 4 Peaking 04-02
Benton PUD
Benton County, Washington 1 Peaking 10-01
Rochester Public Utility
Rochester, Minnesota 2 Peaking 05-02
EBARA Corporation
Sodegaura, Japan 3 Combined Cycle 12-02
Ameren UE
Venice, Meremac, Illinois 2 Peaking 05-02
Peno Creek, Bowling Green, Missouri 8 Peaking 04-02
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City Utilities of Springfield
Springfield, Missouri 4 Peaking 02-02
Michigan Public Power 2 Peaking 12-02
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Petrobras Termoceara 8 Peaking 06-02


Fortaleza, Brazil
FPL Energy 2 Peaking 06-02
Bayswater, New York
Jamaica Public Service 1 Peaking 01-02
Montego Bay, Jamaica
Empire Electric
Sarcoxie, Missouri 2 Peaking 02-03
Sarcoxie, Missouri 2 Peaking 02-03
CalPeak
Escondido, California 2 Peaking 09-01
Border, California 2 Peaking 09-01
Panoche, California 2 Peaking 11-01
Vaca Dixon, California 2 Peaking 06-02
El Cajon, California 2 Peaking 06-02
Wisconsin Public Power 2 Peaking 05-04
Kaukaua, Wisconsin
FPL Energy 2 Peaking 06-03
Jamaica Bay, New York
Global Commons Greenport LLC 2 Peaking 07-03
Greenport, NY
Seminole Electric Cooperative 10 Peaking 12-06
Hardee County, Florida
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Endesa 2 Peaking 6-03
Arona, Tenerife, Canary Islands
Endesa 2 Peaking 6-03
Mahon, Menorca, Spain
Tokyo Metropolitan Government
Kanto Chisei, Japan 2 Pump Drive 1-05
Contact Energy
Whirinaki, New Zealand 6 Peaking 4-04
Electricity Supply Board
Asahi, County Mayo, Ireland 2 Peaking 12-03
Aghada, County Cork, Ireland 2 Peaking 12-03
Ministry of Oil
Al-Bashrah, Iraq 2 Base Load TBD
Ministry of Electricity
Al-Hilla, Iraq 1 Base Load 3-04
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Tingsbacka, land, Finland 1 Emergency 3-05


Electricity Supply Board
Rhode, County Offaly, Ireland 4 Peaking 9-04
North Carolina Electric Membership Corp.
Wake County, NC 12 Peaking 6-07
Person County, NC 10 Peaking 12-07
Endesa 2 Peaking 4-06
Guio de Isora, Tenerife, Canary Islands
WINGAS
Reckrod Station, Germany 1 Compressor Drive 06-05
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Endesa 1 MOBILEPAC 11-04
Las Palmas, Canary Islands
Beijing Blue Sky Gas-fired Cogeneration Co. 4 Combined Cycle 06-06
Beijing, China Cogeneration
WINGAS
Rueckersdorf Station, Germany 1 Compressor Drive 12-05
WINGAS
Eischleben Station, Germany 1 Compressor Drive 5-06
Amber Investment 2 Combined Cycle 06-06
Changxing County, Zhejiang, China
JSC Energy Invest 4 Intermediate 04-06
Gardabani Power Station
Republic of Georgia
Fingrid 4 Emergency 12-06
Olkiluoto, Finland
Bell Bay Power 6 Peaking 3-06
Tasmania, Australia
Guangzhou University City 4 Combined Cycle 3-09
Guangzhou, China Cogen
EADC/EAS 4 Base load 11-06
Charrua, Chile
EDF #1 1 MOBILEPAC 2-07
Various Islands
RAO UES 10 MOBILEPAC 1-07
Moscow, Russia
EDF #2 1 MOBILEPAC 10-07
Various Islands
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Gas Turbine
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Customer and Site No. Application Date
8
ZAO UK "DKM-Engineering" 2 Cogeneration 12-07
Moscow, Russia
Campanario Generacion II 2 Base load 12-07
Charrua, Chile
Nevada Power Company 24 Peaking 04-08
Las Vegas, Nevada
STATNETT SF 7 MOBILEPAC 12-07
Tjeldbergodden, Norway
STATNETT SF 6 Intermediate 12-07
Nyhamna, Norway
Endesa 2 Peaking 6-08
Mahon, Menorca, Spain
Puerto Rico Electric Power Authority 8 Intermediate 6-08
Mayaguez, Puerto Rico
MEGAL
Waidhaus, Germany, 1 Compressor Drive 11-08
Endesa
Ibiza, Spain 1 Peaking 5-08
Ibiza, Spain 1 Peaking 12-08
Endesa 2 Peaking 12-08
Mahon, Menorca, Spain
Tokyo Metropolitan Government
Higashi Kojiya Pump Station Unit 2 1 Emergency 12-09
Tokyo, Japan
Generacion Mediterranea S.A. 4 Base load 7-08
Central Modesto Maranzana
Rio Cuarto, Argentina
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Sharjah Electricity & Water Authority 2 Intermediate 5-09
Khorfakkan Power Station, Sharjah
Starwood-CalPeak 4 Peaking 5-09
Midway, California
Tampa Electric Company 8 Peaking 6-09
Bayside, Florida
Tampa Electric Company 2 Peaking 9-09

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Big Bend, Florida


CODELCO 3 Intermediate 3-09
Calama, Chile
Infratel & Perth Energy 4 Intermediate 6-10
Kwinana, Australia
Solalban Energia, S.A. 4 Base load 2009
Bahia Blanca, Argentina
RAO UES 2 MOBILEPAC 11-08
Vladivostok, Russia
RAO UES 5 MOBILEPAC 8-09
Moscow, Russia
Paducah Power Systems 4 Peaking 05-10
Paducah, Kentucky
ALTEK ALARKO 2 Combined Cycle 2009
Kirklareli, Turkey
C.A. La Electricidad de Caracas 6 Base Load 2009
Planta Termoelctrica "La Raisa"
Santa Luca, Miranda, Venezuela
Marshfield Utilities 2 Peaking 06-10
Marshfield, Wisconsin
DERWICK ASSOCIATES, S.A.
FT8/GG8 GAS TURBINE REFERENCE LIST
Gas Turbine
Commissioning
Customer and Site No. Application Date
10
Northwestern Energy 6 Peaking 2010
Anaconda, Montana
Mill Creek Generating Station
C.A. La Electricidad de Caracas 2 MOBILEPAC 12-09
Planta Termoelctrica "Luisa Caceres"
Margarita Island, Venezuela
Bord na Mona 4 Peaking 2010
Cushaling Power Ltd
Edenderry, Ireland
MGETS 2 MOBILEPAC Dec .09 delivery
Siberia, Russia
Total Reference Units 418
Units Delivered & On Order 403
12/22/09

Deliver to:
T.W. CLEVELAND
TEL 281-588-6460 FAX 281-582-7480

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Derwick Associates, S.A.
MMG Tower, Piso 16, Calle 53, Urb.
PANAMA

5100078131

______________________________________________________________________________________
ITEM
MATERIAL
QUANTITY UNIT
DESCRIPTION
UNIT PRICE
TOTAL PRICE
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________

email: clevelandt@psi.pdv.com
USA
Zip Code: 77077 PO BOX: 77077
______________________________________________________________________________________
00003

1,00

Activity,Rolls Royce Tre

119.000,00

119.000,00

Delivery date Day 01.11.2010


Harmonized Tariff Code

: 9999999999

Material purchasing text


Operators and Maintainers Training Scope for 3 x Rolls Royce Trent 60
Additional technical specs.
Operators and Maintainers Training Scope for 3 x Rolls Royce Trent 60
Derwick Associates S.A will deliver a Turbine training guide translated into Spanish
and
reproduce the material for fifteen (15) students. Derwick Associates S.A will deliver
one master
hard-copy set of the material, along with one electronic copy containing the
associated software
files (in MS Power Point format).
Derwick Associates S.A will develop a comprehensive Training Plan including the
following:
1. Training Manual
Derwick Associates S.A will develop a Training Manual translated into Spanish
containing training
material for the following topics:
2. Training Presentation
Derwick Associates S.A instructors will present training to the plant personnel. The
training will
include a combination of classroom discussion and hands on training. The existing
control
system at the site will be utilized. The training session includes the following:
Conduct two weeks of classroom training (in Spanish).
o Two weeks (80 hours) of classroom training for fifteen (15) people.
Provide a qualification sheet to each trainee of the systems review with sign off
blocks.
Provide a written test to each trainee at the end of each week.

Deliver to:
TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE (VE)

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SUPPLIER:
Derwick Associates, S.A.
MMG Tower, Piso 16, Calle 53, Urb.
PANAMA

5100078131

______________________________________________________________________________________
ITEM
MATERIAL
QUANTITY UNIT
DESCRIPTION
UNIT PRICE
TOTAL PRICE
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Venezuela
Zip Code: PO BOX:
______________________________________________________________________________________
00004

UNIT,Setp up transfo 1.680.000,00

5.040.000,00

Delivery date Day 20.05.2010


Harmonized Tariff Code

: 8502391000

Material purchasing text


Setp up transformer 75 MVA. HV 115KV (Y). LV 13.8KV (D)
SF-75000/115kV
SF-75000/115kV
Vector group : YNd1
Power Transformer Technical Agreement
Additional technical specs.
SF-75000/115kV
SF-75000/115kV
Vector group : YNd1
Power Transformer Technical Agreement
Environmental conditions
1. Sea level< 1000m
2. Max ambient temperature: +40?
Max year average ambient temperature: +20?
3 System highest voltages:
H.V. side: 126 kV?L.V. side: 17.5 kV
4 Frequency: 60 Hz
5 Leakage distance per unit withstand voltage of H.V. side and H.V. neutral point
side?
2.5 cm/kV Count according to system highest voltage)
Leakage distance per unit withstand voltage of L.V. side? 2.5cm/kV(Count according
to system highest voltage)
6 Termination methods
H.V. side: bushings outlet to overhead wire,
L.V. side: bushings outlet to copper bar.
Technical parameters sheet
Item Name Guarantee value
1 Name of product
Three phase double
windings off load tap

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MMG Tower, Piso 16, Calle 53, Urb.
PANAMA

5100078131

______________________________________________________________________________________
ITEM
MATERIAL
QUANTITY UNIT
DESCRIPTION
UNIT PRICE
TOTAL PRICE
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________

change power transformer


2 Rated power(MVA)
Primary 75
Secondary 75
3 Cooling method ONAF
4 Rated voltage
Primary voltage 115
(kV)
Secondary voltage
13.8
4 Tapping range 1152*2.5%
5 Tap changer
Off load tap changer
WDT _ 630/110-65
6
(%)
Impedance
12 (at 75MVA)
Tolerance permitted: 7.5%
7 Vector group YNd1
8 Rated frequency 60
9 Temperature Rise
(K)
Winding
65
(K)
Top Oil
55
(K)
Core and other structure
80

10 Rated insulation level


inside Winding
H.V. Side
(kV)
Peak value of
Impulse test
(Full-wave)
480
Power frequency
withstand voltage 200
H.V. neutral
point
(kV)

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MMG Tower, Piso 16, Calle 53, Urb.
PANAMA

5100078131

______________________________________________________________________________________
ITEM
MATERIAL
QUANTITY UNIT
DESCRIPTION
UNIT PRICE
TOTAL PRICE
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Peak value of
Impulse test
(Full-wave)
325
Power frequency
withstand voltage 140
L.V. Side
(kV)
Peak value of
Impulse test
(Full-wave)
105
Power frequency
withstand voltage 45
11 Loss
(kW)
No-load loss
55
(kW)
Load loss
295
Tolerance
permitted 15%
12
(%)
No-load current at rated voltage and rated frequency
0.2
13
(kg)
Total weight
81,000
(kg)
Shipping (heaviest piece)
55,000
)
(Fill dry air when transport)
14
Transformer overall dimension
(mm) (Length*width*Height)
6,800*5,000*5,700(mm)
Transformer shipping dimension
(mm) (Length*width*Height)
5,400*3,000*3,500
Accessory
1 Measuring and protecting equipment
(1) BWY-803 0~ 150?

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MMG Tower, Piso 16, Calle 53, Urb.
PANAMA

5100078131

______________________________________________________________________________________
ITEM
MATERIAL
QUANTITY UNIT
DESCRIPTION
UNIT PRICE
TOTAL PRICE
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Top oil temperature indicator: 1 set, type: BWY-803, made in China. The output
temperature range shall be 0C to 150C. it will be equipped with an alarm contact and
a trip
contact.
(2)Equip 1 set hot spot winding temperature indicator, type: BWR-04, made in China.
In addition to providing visible indication of the top oil temperature from 0 to
150C, it will be
equipped with an alarm contact and a trip contact.
(3)Pressure Relief Device, type: YSF, made in China.
(4)Buchholz relay, type: QJ, made in China.
(5)Oil level indicator, UZF, made in China.
125V DC?
The power supply of all the accessories above will be 125V DC.
2 Current transformers
:Equip CT (current transformer) on the transformer. The quantity, type and
location are as follows:
Type Current
ratio Load accuracy
class Quantity
H.V. side
LR 200-600:
5A 30 0.5 3
LRB 200-600:
5A 30 10P20 6
H.V. neutral point LRB 200-600:
5A 30 10P20 1
3 Auxiliary power and control circuits
Equip a cable box. All the measuring and protecting junction are lead in the cable
box. The cable box provides space heater and illumination light equipment.
4 Cooling equipment and controls
480V AC 60Hz?125V DC?
The cooling equipment will be detachable radiators and cooling fans. The
transformer equip fan cooler control box. The cooling fans is controlled by oil
temperature or load, be on and off at the same time. Power supply of cooling fans will
be 480V AC 60Hz, and control power of cooling fans will be 125V DC.
5The oil preservation system will be the constant pressure conservator with air-cell.
6 Bushing
(1)BRW H.V. side: bushing locates at the top tank, outlet to overhead wire. Type:
BRW, Oil-impregnated paper condenser bushing, made in China.
(2) BFW L.V. side: bushing locates at the Rear tank, outlet to copper bar. Type:
BFW, oil filled bushing insulator, made in China.
7 Equip oil filter valve at upper tank part, oil drain valve at lower tank part, sewer
valve
at lower tank part, oil sampling valve and other valves.

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MMG Tower, Piso 16, Calle 53, Urb.
PANAMA

5100078131

______________________________________________________________________________________
ITEM
MATERIAL
QUANTITY UNIT
DESCRIPTION
UNIT PRICE
TOTAL PRICE
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________

8 WDT _ 630/110-65
Equip off load tap changer made in China, type: WDT _ 630/110-65.
9 Insulation oil
DB-25?45kV?15PPm?-25_?
Transformer oil type: DB-25, naphthene base crude oil, made in China. Chemically
stable, free from acidity or other corrosive ingredients. Breakdown Voltage (Distance
2.5mm)>= 45kV. Water content<=15ppm, Solidifying point<=-25_
Test
Do the factory tests as follows before transformer leave factory:
1 Measurement of winding resistance
2 Measurement of voltage ratio and check of connection symbol
3 (75?)
Measurement of short-circuit impedance and load loss (Reference temperature: 75?)
4 Measurement of no-load loss and no-load current
5 Measurement of earth insulation resistance of Windings and dielectric loss factor of
insulating system
6 Insulating routine test
Full-wave impulse test
Induction withstand voltage test 500PC
Measured partial discharge <= 500PC at induction withstand voltage test
7 Insulation oil test

Deliver to:
T.W. CLEVELAND
TEL 281-588-6460 FAX 281-582-7480
email: clevelandt@psi.pdv.com
USA
Zip Code: 77077 PO BOX: 77077
______________________________________________________________________________________
00005

1,00

Activity,P&W SW 60Traini

97.000,00

97.000,00

Delivery date Day 20.05.2010


Harmonized Tariff Code

: 9999999999

Material purchasing text


Operators and Maintainers Training Scope for Pratt & Whitney Swift Pac

Additional technical specs.


Derwick Associates S.A will deliver a Turbine training guide translated into Spanish
and

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Purchase order
SUPPLIER:
Derwick Associates, S.A.
MMG Tower, Piso 16, Calle 53, Urb.
PANAMA

5100078131

______________________________________________________________________________________
ITEM
MATERIAL
QUANTITY UNIT
DESCRIPTION
UNIT PRICE
TOTAL PRICE
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________

reproduce the material for fifteen (15) students. Derwick Associates S.A will deliver
one master
hard-copy set of the material, along with one electronic copy containing the
associated software
files (in MS Power Point format).
Derwick Associates S.A will develop a comprehensive Training Plan including the
following:
1. Training Manual
Derwick Associates S.A will develop a Training Manual translated into Spanish
containing training
material for the following topics:
2. Training Presentation
Derwick Associates S.A instructors will present training to the plant personnel. The
training will
include a combination of classroom discussion and hands on training. The existing
control
system at the site will be utilized. The training session includes the following:
Conduct two weeks of classroom training (in Spanish).
o Two weeks (80 hours) of classroom training for fifteen (15) people.
Provide a qualification sheet to each trainee of the systems review

Deliver to:
TECHNICAL ASSISTANCE (VE)

Venezuela
Zip Code: PO BOX:
______________________________________________________________________________________
00006

UNIT,Setp up transfo 1.680.000,00

5.040.000,00

Delivery date Day 20.05.2010


Harmonized Tariff Code

: 8502391000

Material purchasing text


Setp up transformer 75MVA. HV 115KV (Y). LV 13.8KV (D).
SF-75000/115kV
SF-75000/115kV
Vector group : YNd1
Power Transformer Technical Agreement
Additional technical specs.
Page 1 of 9

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SUPPLIER:
Derwick Associates, S.A.
MMG Tower, Piso 16, Calle 53, Urb.
PANAMA

5100078131

______________________________________________________________________________________
ITEM
MATERIAL
QUANTITY UNIT
DESCRIPTION
UNIT PRICE
TOTAL PRICE
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________

SF-75000/115kV
SF-75000/115kV
(Vector group : YNd1)
Power Transformer Technical Agreement
DERWICK ASSOCIATES
Power Transformer Co., Ltd.
Page 2 of 9
Environmental conditions
1. Sea level< 1000m
2. Max ambient temperature: +40?
Max year average ambient temperature: +20?
3 System highest voltages:
H.V. side: 126 kV,L.V. side: 17.5 kV
4 Frequency: 60 Hz
5 Leakage distance per unit withstand voltage of H.V. side and H.V. neutral point
side=
2.5 cm/kV Count according to system highest voltage)
Leakage distance per unit withstand voltage of L.V. side= 2.5cm/kV(Count according
to system highest voltage)
6 Termination methods
H.V. side: bushings outlet to overhead wire,
L.V. side: bushings outlet to copper bar.
Page 3 of 9
Technical parameters sheet
Item Name Guarantee value
1 Name of product
Three phase double
windings off load tap
change power transformer
2 Rated power(MVA)
Primary 75
Secondary 75
3 Cooling method ONAF
4 Rated voltage
Primary voltage 115
(kV)
Secondary voltage
13.8
4 Tapping range 1152*2.5%
5 Tap changer
Off load tap changer
WDT 630/110-65
6
(%)
Impedance
12 (at 75MVA)

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SUPPLIER:
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MMG Tower, Piso 16, Calle 53, Urb.
PANAMA

5100078131

______________________________________________________________________________________
ITEM
MATERIAL
QUANTITY UNIT
DESCRIPTION
UNIT PRICE
TOTAL PRICE
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Tolerance permitted: 7.5%


7 Vector group YNd1
8 Rated frequency 60
9 Temperature Rise
(K)
Winding
65
(K)
Top Oil
55
(K)
Core and other structure
80
Page 4 of 9
10 Rated insulation level
inside Winding
H.V. Side
(kV)
Peak value of
Impulse test
(Full-wave)
480
Power frequency
withstand voltage 200
H.V. neutral
point
(kV)
Peak value of
Impulse test
(Full-wave)
325
Power frequency
withstand voltage 140
L.V. Side
(kV)
Peak value of
Impulse test
(Full-wave)
105
Power frequency
withstand voltage 45
11 Loss
(kW)
No-load loss
55
(kW)

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SUPPLIER:
Derwick Associates, S.A.
MMG Tower, Piso 16, Calle 53, Urb.
PANAMA

5100078131

______________________________________________________________________________________
ITEM
MATERIAL
QUANTITY UNIT
DESCRIPTION
UNIT PRICE
TOTAL PRICE
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Load loss
295
Tolerance
permitted 15%
12
(%)
No-load current at rated voltage and rated frequency
0.2
13
(kg)
Total weight
81,000
(kg)
Shipping (heaviest piece)
55,000
)
(Fill dry air when transport)
14
Transformer overall dimension
(mm) (Length*width*Height)
6,800*5,000*5,700
Page 5 of 9
(mm)
Transformer shipping dimension
(mm) (Length*width*Height)
5,400*3,000*3,500
Accessory
1 Measuring and protecting equipment
(1) BWY-803 0~ 150?
Top oil temperature indicator: 1 set, type: BWY-803, made in China. The output
temperature range shall be 0C to 150C. it will be equipped with an alarm contact and
a trip
contact.
(2)Equip 1 set hot spot winding temperature indicator, type: BWR-04, made in China.
In addition to providing visible indication of the top oil temperature from 0 to
150C, it will be
equipped with an alarm contact and a trip contact.
(3)Pressure Relief Device, type: YSF, made in China.
(4)Buchholz relay, type: QJ, made in China.
(5)Oil level indicator, UZF, made in China.
125V DC?
The power supply of all the accessories above will be 125V DC.
2 Current transformers
:Equip CT (current transformer) on the transformer. The quantity, type and
location are as follows:
Page 6 of 9

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MMG Tower, Piso 16, Calle 53, Urb.
PANAMA

5100078131

______________________________________________________________________________________
ITEM
MATERIAL
QUANTITY UNIT
DESCRIPTION
UNIT PRICE
TOTAL PRICE
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Type Current
ratio Load accuracy
class Quantity
H.V. side
LR 200-600:
5A 30 0.5 3
LRB 200-600:
5A 30 10P20 6
H.V. neutral point LRB 200-600:
5A 30 10P20 1
3 Auxiliary power and control circuits
Equip a cable box. All the measuring and protecting junction are lead in the cable
box. The cable box provides space heater and illumination light equipment.
4 Cooling equipment and controls
480V AC 60Hz,125V DC?
The cooling equipment will be detachable radiators and cooling fans. The
transformer equip fan cooler control box. The cooling fans is controlled by oil
temperature or load, be on and off at the same time. Power supply of cooling fans will
be 480V AC 60Hz, and control power of cooling fans will be 125V DC.
5The oil preservation system will be the constant pressure conservator with air-cell.
6 Bushing
(1)BRW H.V. side: bushing locates at the top tank, outlet to overhead wire. Type:
BRW, Oil-impregnated paper condenser bushing, made in China.
(2) BFW L.V. side: bushing locates at the Rear tank, outlet to copper bar. Type:
BFW, oil filled bushing insulator, made in China.
Page 7 of 9
7 Equip oil filter valve at upper tank part, oil drain valve at lower tank part, sewer
valve
at lower tank part, oil sampling valve and other valves.
8 WDT 630/110-65
Equip off load tap changer made in China, type: WDT
630/110-65.
9 Insulation oil
DB-25#45kV?15PPm?-25?
Transformer oil type: DB-25, naphthene base crude oil, made in China. Chemically
stable, free from acidity or other corrosive ingredients. Breakdown Voltage (Distance
2.5mm)>= 45kV. Water content<=15ppm, Solidifying point<=-25
Test
Do the factory tests as follows before transformer leave factory:
1 Measurement of winding resistance
2 Measurement of voltage ratio and check of connection symbol
3 (75?)
Measurement of short-circuit impedance and load loss (Reference temperature: 75?)
4 Measurement of no-load loss and no-load current
5 Measurement of earth insulation resistance of Windings and dielectric loss factor of
insulating system
6 Insulating routine test

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MMG Tower, Piso 16, Calle 53, Urb.
PANAMA

5100078131

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ITEM
MATERIAL
QUANTITY UNIT
DESCRIPTION
UNIT PRICE
TOTAL PRICE
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________

Full-wave impulse test


Page 8 of 9
Induction withstand voltage test 500PC
Measured partial discharge <= 500PC at induction withstand voltage test
7 Insulation oil test
Page 9 of 9
Other
1?This technical agreement is an accessory of sales confirmation, and is valid on the
date
when stamped and signed.

Deliver to:
T.W. CLEVELAND
TEL 281-588-6460 FAX 281-582-7480
email: clevelandt@psi.pdv.com
USA
Zip Code: 77077 PO BOX: 77077
______________________________________________________________________________________
00007

UNIT,P&W SW 60 Spare

550.000,00

1.650.000,00

Delivery date Day 20.05.2010


Harmonized Tariff Code

: 8502391000

Material purchasing text


P&W SW 60 Spare parts for one Year of operation
Troubleshooting Spares
Project: PDV
Type:
Location: Venezuela
SWIFTPAC GG8-3 DUAL FUEL
No of Units: 3
Additional technical specs.
Part Number
Description
QPU

QTY

System

FLT

P&ID

Ref Print

1071349-300
VALVE FINGER, COMB. DRAIN, ASSY OF
2/GT
2
GAS
POWER TURBINE
26
NONE
GG8 IPC 01-41 FIG. 2
1080274
CABLE-EXCITER,LEFT SPA
1/GT
12
GAS GENERATOR /
22
NONE
GG8 IPC 01-13 FIG. 2
1080275
CABLE-EXCITER,RIGHT SP
1/GT
12
GAS GENERATOR /
22
NONE
GG8 IPC 01-13 FIG. 2
1081183
BLEED VALVE ASSY; 8TH & 13TH
6/GT
2
GAS GENERATOR

GENERATOR /
POWER TURBINE
POWER TURBINE
/ POWER TURBINE

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DESCRIPTION
UNIT PRICE
TOTAL PRICE
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________

32
NONE
GG8 IPC 01-17 FIG'S 2 & 3
1081187
SEAL RING, 8TH & 13TH BLEED VALVES
6/GT
12
GAS GENERATOR /
POWER TURBINE
41
NONE
GG8 IPC 01-17 FIG'S 2 & 3
1081194
GASKET, EGT PROBE
9/GT
40
GAS TURBINE INSTRUMENTATION
12
NONE
GG8 IPC 01-14 FIG. 3
1081197
GASKET, EGT SENSOR
9/GT
80
GAS TURBINE INSTRUMENTATION
12
NONE
GG8 IPC 01-14 FIG. 3
1081391
CHECK VALVE, FLOW DIVIDER VALVE
1/GT
8
LIQUID FUEL SYSTEM
6
NONE
GG IPC 01-11 FIG 2
1081462-01
STRAINERS, LIQ. FUEL TUBES
9/GT
10
LIQUID FUEL SYSTEM
37
NONE
GG IPC 01-11 FIG'S 1 & 2
1081669
CHECK VALVES, MUSCLE AIR
2/GT
8
GG BLEED SYSTEM
26
NONE
GG IPC 01-17 FIG. 8
1081670
CHECK VALVES, MUSCLE AIR
2/GT
8
GG BLEED SYSTEM
24
NONE
GG IPC 01-17 FIG. 8
1081873
NL ELECTRICAL HARNESS
1/GT
4
GAS GENERATOR / POWER TURBINE
20
NONE
GG8 IPC 01-23 FIG. 1
1082126
EGT SENSOR
9/GT
8
GAS TURBINE
18
TE001 THRU
GG8 IPC
01-14 FIG. 3
INSTRUMENTATION
TE009
1082266
SPACER GASKET, BLEED VALVE, 13TH
1/GT
20
GAS GENERATOR / POWER
TURBINE
14
NONE
GG8 IPC 01-17 FIG 3
1084947
HYDRAULIC SERVO VALVE
1/GT
1
GG HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
26
SV501
GG IPC 01-61 FIG 17
1088046
SPEED SENSOR (NP)
3/GT
4
GAS TURBINE
21
ST006 THRU
P&ID XXXX-181-M100D
INSTRUMENTATION
ST008
1088117
GASKET-.890,2 HOLE
2/GT
16
GAS GENERATOR/POWER TURBINE
18
NONE
1088177
IGNITER PLUG (supersedes 1083362)
2/GT
24
GAS GENERATOR / POWER
TURBINE
20
NONE
GG8 IPC 01-13 FIG. 3
182888
GASKET, IGNITORS
4/GT
80
GAS GENERATOR / POWER TURBINE
20
NONE
GG8 IPC 01-13 FIG 3
191775
LOCKWASHER, EGT SENSOR
18/GT
300
GAS TURBINE INSTRUMENTATION
10
NONE
GG8 IPC 01-14 FIG. 4
191776
LOCKWASHER, EGT SENSOR
18/GT
300
GAS TURBINE INSTRUMENTATION
10
NONE
GG8 IPC 01-14 FIG. 4
202199
GASKET, STARTER MOTOR TO GEARBOX
1/GT
16
HYDRAULIC START SYSTEM
14
NONE
GG IPC 01-61 FIG 17
245548
BOLTS, 8TH & 13TH BLEED VALVE COVERS
24/GT
20
GAS GENERATOR /
POWER TURBINE
52
NONE
GG8 IPC 01-17 FIG'S 2 & 3
318078
NUT-PLAIN,HEX,.164-32X, EGT SENSOR
18/GT
150
GAS TURBINE
INSTRUMENTATION
52
NONE
GG8 IPC 01-14 FIG. 4
318079
NUT-PLAIN,HEX,.190-32X, EGT SENSOR
18/GT
150
GAS TURBINE
INSTRUMENTATION
20
NONE
GG8 IPC 01-14 FIG. 4
330071
FITTING, 8TH & 13TH BLEED VALVE
6/GT
8
GAS GENERATOR / POWER

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ITEM
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DESCRIPTION
UNIT PRICE
TOTAL PRICE
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________

TURBINE
26
NONE
GG8 IPC 01-17 FIG'S 2 & 3
330075
FITTING, 6TH BLEED VALVE
1/GT
4
GAS GENERATOR / POWER TURBINE
36
NONE
GG8 IPC 01-17 FIG 1
395040
NUTS, NOSECONE ADAPTER
5/GT
32
GAS GENERATOR / POWER TURBINE
40
NONE
GG8 IPC 01-18 FIG 1
447628
COUPLING, STARTER MOTOR TO GEARBOX
1/GT
4
HYDRAULIC START SYSTEM
44
NONE
GG IPC 01-61 FIG 8
490125
BOLTS, 6TH BLEED VALVE
16/GT
32
GAS GENERATOR / POWER TURBINE
6
NONE
GG8 IPC 01-17 FIG 1
495873
GASKET, 8TH & 13TH BLEED VALVE COVERS
6/GT
20
GAS GENERATOR /
POWER TURBINE
12
NONE
GG8 IPC 01-17 FIG'S 2 & 3
522811
BOLTS, 13TH BLEED VALVE
4/GT
32
GAS GENERATOR / POWER TURBINE
40
NONE
GG8 IPC 01-17 FIG 3
557133
GASKET, BLEED SOLENOID
14/GT
80
GG BLEED SYSTEM
20
NONE
GG8 IPC 01-17 FIG 7
564481
GASKET, VALVE ASSY COMB. DRAIN
2/GT
16
GAS GENERATOR / POWER
TURBINE
14
NONE
GG8 IPC 01-41 FIG. 2
613949
TABLOCKS, CLUTCH SUPPORT
4/GT
32
DUAL FUEL SYSTEM
20
NONE
GG IPC 01-61 FIG 20
673049
GASKET, 6TH BLEED VALVE FITTING
2/GT
20
GAS GENERATOR / POWER
TURBINE
20
NONE
GG8 IPC 01-17 FIG 1
673653
ADAPTER, BLEED SOLENOID VALVES
14/GT
12
GG BLEED SYSTEM
18
NONE
GG8 IPC 01-17 FIG. 7
694871
GASKET, BLEED VALVE, 6TH
2/GT
16
GAS GENERATOR / POWER TURBINE
12
NONE
GG8 IPC 01-17 FIG. 1
734335
SEAL- MAIN BRG TUBE
2/GT
40
GAS GENERATOR / POWER TURBINE
18
NONE
GG8 IPC 01-09 FIG'S 3 and 4
759420
TRANSFER TUBE, FUEL NOZZLE
9/GT
10
LIQUID FUEL SYSTEM
52
NONE
GG IPC 01-11 FIG'S 1 & 2
788782
CLAMP, BLEED SOLENOID VALVES
7/GT
12
GG BLEED SYSTEM
20
NONE
GG8 IPC 01-17 FIG. 7
801942
BLEED MUSCLE AIR SOLENOID VALVES
7/GT
8
GG BLEED SYSTEM
46
EC3 THRU EC9
GG8 IPC 01-17 FIG. 7
804545 AS150174 CSPL-GG8-DFCO-KIT CSPL-PT8-CO-KIT CT104585
GASKET-.890,2 HOLE
GASKET, 8TH & 13TH BLEED VALVE FITTING GG8-1 & 3 CHANGE OUT KIT PT8 CHANGE OUT KIT
HOSE CLAMP, HEATER SIDE
2/GT 6/GT AS REQ'D AS REQ'D 1/GT
40 20 8 4 8
GAS
GENERATOR / POWER TURBINE GAS GENERATOR / POWER TURBINE GAS GENERATOR / POWER TURBINE
GAS GENERATOR / POWER TURBINE GG HEAT SYSTEM
16 20 3 12 7
NONE NONE NONE NONE
NONE
GG8 IPC 01-09 FIG'S 3 and 4 AND 01-17 FIG. 4 GG8 IPC 01-17 FIG'S 2 & 3 NA NA
DRAWING IPE22375
CT105617
HOSE CLAMP, GG SIDE
1/GT
8
GG HEAT SYSTEM
7
NONE
DRAWING IPE22375
CT106953
BOLT, COLLECTOR BOX SEALS
128/GT
120
MISC ITEMS
5
NONE
XXXX-113-S000D DWG
CT110695
DETECTOR, FIRE, ELECTRO-THERMAL
VARIES
4
FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM
14
NONE
N/A

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ITEM
MATERIAL
QUANTITY UNIT
DESCRIPTION
UNIT PRICE
TOTAL PRICE
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________

CT112361
HEATING HOSE, HEATER TO GG
1/GT
2
GG HEAT SYSTEM
9
NONE
DRAWING IPE22375
CT112509 CT112558 CT112735-0560
BURNER PRESS TRANSDUCER, 0-340 PSIA RTD BOLT, GAS
MANIFOLD BASE
1/GT 2/GT 8/GT
4 1 40 , GAS TURBINE INSTRUMENTATION LIQUID
FUEL SYSTEM GAS FUEL SYSTEM
23 10 5
PT007 TE1001 and TE1002 NONE
P&ID
XXXX-181-M100D P&ID XXXX-181-M201D DWG IPE22493
CT112735-0640
BOLT, GAS MANIFOLD SPLIT
8/GT
40
GAS FUEL SYSTEM
5
NONE
DWG IPE22493
CT112735-0720
BOLT, GAS MANIFOLD SPLIT
8/GT
40
GAS FUEL SYSTEM
5
NONE
DWG IPE22493
CT112736-1200
BOLT, GAS MANIFOLD INLET TO GG
4/GT
20
GAS FUEL SYSTEM
5
NONE
DWG IPE22493
CT112736-1280
BOLT, GAS MANIFOLD INLET TO GG
4/GT
20
GAS FUEL SYSTEM
5
NONE
DWG IPE22493
CT112751-1000
NUT, GAS MANIFOLD
24/GT
100
GAS FUEL SYSTEM
5
NONE
DWG IPE22493
CT112754-0375
WASHER, COLLECTOR BOX SEALS
256/GT
200
MISC ITEMS
5
NONE
XXXX-113-S000D DWG
CT112754-0625
WASHER, GAS MANIFOLD SPLIT
8/GT
40
GAS FUEL SYSTEM
5
NONE
DWG IPE22493
CT112758-0400
GASKET, PIPE, 600 LB
VARIES
100
MISC ITEMS
13
NONE
NA
CT112758-0600
GASKET, PIPE, 600 LB
VARIES
100
MISC ITEMS
9
NONE
NA
CT112758-0800
GASKET, PIPE, 600 LB
VARIES
100
MISC ITEMS
9
NONE
NA
CT112758-1200
GASKET, PIPE, 600 LB
VARIES
100
MISC ITEMS
9
NONE
NA
CT112763-0800
GASKET, GAS MANIFOLD
3/GT
20
GAS FUEL SYSTEM
7
NONE
DWG IPE22493
CT112763-1200
GASKET, GAS MANIFOLD INLET
2/GT
20
GAS FUEL SYSTEM
35
NONE
DWG IPE22493
CT112775-1616
ELBOW, GAS HOSE TO MANIFOLD
9/GT
8
GAS FUEL SYSTEM
6
NONE
DWG IPE22493
CT112780-0600
VOISHAN SEALS USED AT VARIOUS LOCATIONS
N/A
100
MISC ITEMS
9
NONE
NA
CT112780-1000
VOISHAN SEALS USED AT VARIOUS LOCATIONS
N/A
100
MISC ITEMS
9
NONE
NA
CT112780-1200
VOISHAN SEALS USED AT VARIOUS LOCATIONS
N/A
100
MISC ITEMS
9
NONE
NA
CT112780-1600
VOISHAN SEALS USED AT VARIOUS LOCATIONS
N/A
100
MISC ITEMS
13
NONE
NA
CT112780-2000
VOISHAN SEALS USED AT VARIOUS LOCATIONS
N/A
100
MISC ITEMS
9
NONE
NA
CT112780-2400
VOISHAN SEALS USED AT VARIOUS LOCATIONS
N/A
100
MISC ITEMS
13
NONE
NA

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ITEM
MATERIAL
QUANTITY UNIT
DESCRIPTION
UNIT PRICE
TOTAL PRICE
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________

CT112780-3200
GASKET, NICKEL, 2.0 DIA
VARIES
100
MISC ITEMS
13
NONE
NA
CT112791-0300
SWAGELOK PLUGS
VARIES
100
MISC ITEMS
7
NONE
NA
CT112792-0606
SWAGELOK CONNECTORS
VARIES
100
MISC ITEMS
9
NONE
NA
CT113003 CT113005 CT113009
CHECK VALVE WATER CHECK VALVE PRESSURE TRANSMITTER
2/GT 4/GT 1/GT
2 4 1
LIQUID FUEL SYSTEM WATER INJECTION SYSTEM LIQUID FUEL
SYSTEM
13 13 11
CV1003 and CV1004 CV801 THRU CV805 & CV807 PT1002
P&ID
XXXX-181-M201D P&ID XXXX-181-M203D P&ID XXXX-181-M201D
CT113015
CHECK VALVE, GAS INLET TO GG
1/GT
2
GAS FUEL SYSTEM
16
CV1101
DWG IPE22493
CT113026-SP1
BOLTS, CLUTCH
7/GT
20
DUAL FUEL SYSTEM
19
NONE
GG
IPC 01-61 FIG 20
CT113026-SP3
WASHERS, CLUTCH
7/GT
20
DUAL FUEL SYSTEM
5
NONE
GG
IPC 01-61 FIG 20
CT113430-1
DIODE, RECTIFIER
VARIES
32
MISC ITEMS
5
NONE
NA
CT113839
CHECK VALVE
1/GT
4
LIQUID FUEL SYSTEM
16
CV1002
P&ID
XXXX-181-M201D
CT113996
RING, RETAINING, EXT
VARIES
12
MISC ITEMS
16
NONE
NA
CT114078
WIRE, SAFETY,SS (EACH UNIT A ROLL OF 220 FT)
VARIES
8
MISC ITEMS
5
NONE
NA
CT114078
SAFETY WIRE
AS REQ'D
8
GAS GENERATOR / POWER TURBINE
5
NONE
NONE
CT114080
LOCKNUT, COLLECTOR BOX SEALS
128/GT
520
MISC ITEMS
5
NONE
XXXX-113-S000D DWG
CT114343
DC LUBE PUMP LOW DISCHARGE PRESSURE SWITCH
1/GT
8
GT LUBE SYSTEM
6
PSL609
P&ID XXXX-181-M402D
CT114361
PRESSURE TRANSMITTER
1/GT
1
LIQUID FUEL SYSTEM
23
PT1003
P&ID XXXX-181-M201D
CT115288
LEVEL SWITCH
1/GT
1
WATER INJECTION SYSTEM
16
LSL801
P&ID XXXX-181-M203D
CT115704-6
RELAY, CONTROL, 120 VOLT
VARIES
8
MISC ITEMS
9
NONE
NA
CT116010-6
FUSE, 10 AMP, 250 V, MDA-10
VARIES
20
MISC ITEMS
9
NONE
NA
CT116285-SP2
FILTER ELEMENT, OIL TANK MIST ELIMINATOR
1/GT
8
GT LUBE
SYSTEM
7
OME601
VENDOR'S MANUAL
CT116331-20
FUSE, 5X20 MM, MED. TIME
VARIES
20
MISC ITEMS
9
NONE
NA
CT116346-1
STARTER MOTOR, MOUNTED ON GG GEARBOX
1/GT
1
HYDRAULIC START
SYSTEM
88
M101 and M102
P&ID XXXX-181-M403D
CT116346-SP1
INLET HOSE, STARTER MOTOR
1/GT
4
HYDRAULIC START SYSTEM
9
(M101 & m102 SPARE PART)
VENDOR'S MANUAL
CT116346-SP2
RETURN HOSE, STARTER MOTOR
1/GT
4
HYDRAULIC START SYSTEM
6
(M101 & m102 SPARE PART)
VENDOR'S MANUAL
CT116432-1
RELAY, ELECTRO-MECHANICAL
VARIES
12
CONTROL HOUSE
9

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ITEM
MATERIAL
QUANTITY UNIT
DESCRIPTION
UNIT PRICE
TOTAL PRICE
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________

NONE
VENDOR DATA
CT116560-1
GG #4-5 LUBE SCAVENGE TEMPERATURE STRAP ON RTD, -40-500 F7
1/GT
2
GT LUBE SYSTEM
15
TE607
P&ID XXXX-181-M402D
CT116610
GG BREATHER VACUUM PUMP & MOTOR
1/GT
1
GT LUBE SYSTEM
19
VP601
P&ID XXXX-181-M402D
CT116782
GG & PT LUBE OIL SUPPLY PRESSURE REGULATORS
2/GT
2
GT LUBE
SYSTEM
16
PDCV602 and PDCV601
P&ID XXXX-181-M402D
CT116809
TEMPERATURE ELEMENT (RTD)
2/GT
2
COLD AIR BUFFER
10
TE1601
and TE1602
P&IDXXX-181-M502D
CT116819-13
PROXIMITY PROBE, 205 mm LONG, ELECT. GEN. NON-EXCITER END
2/TP
2
VIBRATION SYSTEM
10
VTX3401 , Elect. Gen. Documentation
CT116819-14
PROXIMITY PROBE, 250 mm LONG, ELECT. GEN. EXCITER END
2/TP
2
VIBRATION SYSTEM
13
VTX3402
Elect. Gen. Documentation
CT116911
LUBE AC PUMPS
2/GT
1
GT LUBE SYSTEM
2
MOP601 and M0P603
P&ID XXXX-181-M402D
CT116913-6
KIT, BLADDER, 1 GAL, 3000 PSI; HYD. ACCUMULATOR
1 PER
8
GG
HYDRAULIC SYSTEM
21
NONE
NONE
ACCUM.
CT116914
LUBE DC PUMP
1/GT
1
GT LUBE SYSTEM
12
MOP 602
P&ID
XXXX-181-M402D
CT116937-5464-643
MODULE-DISCRETE INPUT
VARIES
3
CONTROL HOUSE
12
CT116937-5464-654
MODULE-64 CHANNEL DISCRETE OUTPUT
VARIES
3
CONTROL HOUSE
12
CT116937-5464-658
MODULE-DIGITAL SPEED SENSOR
VARIES
2
CONTROL HOUSE
12
CT116937-5466-031
MODULE-NETCON I/O CONTROLLER
VARIES
3
CONTROL HOUSE
12
CT116937-5466-258
MODULE-SIMPLEX DISCRETE I/O
VARIES
3
CONTROL HOUSE
12
CT116937-5466-315
MODULE-HIGH DENSITY ANALOG I/O
VARIES
3
CONTROL HOUSE
12
CT116937-5466-316
MODULE-ANALOG COMBO
VARIES
3
CONTROL HOUSE
12
CT116937-5501-432
BOARD-NETCON ACTUATOR CONTROLLER
VARIES
3
CONTROL HOUSE
12
CT116937-5503-267
MODULE-NETCON SIO
VARIES
3
CONTROL HOUSE
12
CT116937-5503-279
BOARD-MICRONET HDVIM
VARIES
2
CONTROL HOUSE
12
CT116937-9905-969
MODULE-LINKNET 4-20 MA INPUT
VARIES
3
CONTROL HOUSE
9
CT116937-9905-970
MODULE, LINKNET
VARIES
2
CONTROL HOUSE
9
CT116937-9905-971
MODULE-LINKNET DISCRETE INPUT
VARIES
3
CONTROL HOUSE
9
CT116975-138
DIODE
VARIES
4
CONTROL HOUSE
6
CT116975-6
CIRCUIT BREAKER, CUTLER
VARIES
2
MISC ITEMS
6
CT116975-7
CIRCUIT BREAKER, CUTLER
VARIES
2
MISC ITEMS
6
CT116975-8
CIRCUIT BREAKER, CUTLER
VARIES
2
MISC ITEMS
6
CT116998-1
FUSE, 20ET, 2A
VARIES
8
ELECTRIC GENERATOR
7
GENERATOR
CT116998-10
FUSE, 500 mA, SIZE 0
VARIES
8
ELECTRIC GENERATOR
15

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ITEM
MATERIAL
QUANTITY UNIT
DESCRIPTION
UNIT PRICE
TOTAL PRICE
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________

GENERATOR
CT116998-14
FUSE, 100 MA
VARIES
4
ELECTRIC GENERATOR
9
GENERATOR
CT116998-15
FUSE 250 MA
VARIES
8
ELECTRIC GENERATOR
9
GENERATOR
CT116998-16
FUSE 1A
VARIES
4
ELECTRIC GENERATOR
9
GENERATOR
CT116998-17
FUSE 5A
VARIES
4
ELECTRIC GENERATOR
15
GENERATOR NA
CT116998-3
FUSE, 250 mA
VARIES
8
ELECTRIC GENERATOR
15
GENERATOR
NA
CT116998-5
FUSE, 2A
VARIES
16
ELECTRIC GENERATOR
15
GENERATOR NA
CT116999-1
FUSE, 6A
VARIES
20
MISC ITEMS
9
CT116999-2
FUSE, 250V, 1A
VARIES
20
MISC ITEMS
9
CT116999-3
FUSE, 250V, 2A
VARIES
20
MISC ITEMS
9
CT116999-5
FUSE, 6A
VARIES
20
MISC ITEMS
9
CT116999-6
FUSE, 600V, 1A
VARIES
20
MISC ITEMS
9
CT116999-7
FUSE, 600V, 2A
VARIES
20
MISC ITEMS
9
CT117000-3
BULB, INDICATING, 120V
VARIES
60
MISC ITEMS
9
CT117001-1
LAMP, 6 VAC
VARIES
40
MISC ITEMS
9
CT117001-2
LAMP, 120 VAC
VARIES
40
MISC ITEMS
9
CT117003-1
FUSE, 10A, 250V
VARIES
20
MISC ITEMS
11
CT117088-1
BUSHING, RUBBER, GG IGNITER LEADS
2/GT
40
GAS GENERATOR/POWER
TURBINE
10
NONE GG8 IPC 01-13 FIG 3 (PART IS SHOWN BETWEEN CABLE
CT117097-1
O-RING, CLUTCH
1/GT
10
DUAL FUEL SYSTEM
23
NONE GG IPC
01-61 FIG 20
CT117101-5
GG K FLANGE AND PT S FLANGE VIBRATION SENSOR
1/GT
2
VIBRATION
SYSTEM
7
VT002 and VT003 P&ID XXXX-181-M100D
CT117115-1
KIT, MOUNTING SCREWS & WASHERS, VIBRATION SENSOR 3/GT
40
VIBRATION SYSTEM
7
NONE NONE
CT117443-1
#1 & #2 AC LUBE PUMP LOW DISCHARGE PRESSURE SWITCH 2/GT
8
GT
LUBE SYSTEM
21
PSL604 and PSL606 P&ID XXXX-181-M402D
CT117444-1
GAS SHUTOFF VALVES 2/GT
4
GAS FUEL SYSTEM
21
SOV1101 /
SOV1102 P&ID XXXX-181-M202D
CT117444-SP1
PILOT FILTER SEAL- UPPER 1 PER VALVE
24
GAS FUEL SYSTEM
6
SOV1101 / SOV1102 NONE
CT117444-SP2
PILOT FILTER SEAL- LOWER 1 PER VALVE
24
GAS FUEL SYSTEM
6
SOV1101 / SOV1102 NONE
CT117453
DIGITAL DRIVER, LIQ. FUEL MOD VALVE 1/GT
1
LIQUID FUEL SYSTEM
12
NONE NONE
CT117598-0240
CHECK VALVE, GG SCAVENGE 1/GT
4
GT LUBE SYSTEM
7
CV601
P&ID XXXX-181-M402D
CT117688-1
SOLENOID VALVE - GAS VENT & PURGE 3/GT
8
GAS FUEL SYSTEM
44
SOV1105 / SOV1401 / P&ID XXXX-181-M202D
CT117728-3
THERMAL DETECTOR, 450 DEGREE F 6/TP
4
FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM
8
TS201A THRU TS206A, TS201B P&ID XXXX-181-M501D
CT117728-9
GAS DETECTOR AS REQ'D
4
FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM
8
NONE VENDOR
DATA
CT117728-9-1
SENSOR, CATALYTIC BEAD AS REQ'D
4
FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM
8
NONE VENDOR DATA

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ITEM
MATERIAL
QUANTITY UNIT
DESCRIPTION
UNIT PRICE
TOTAL PRICE
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________

CT117728-9-6
FRONT PANEL/CPU CIRCUIT BOARD 1/GT
2
FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM
14
NONE VENDOR DATA
CT117728-9-7
I/O CIRCUIT BOARD VARIES
2
FIRE PROTECTION SYSTEM
8
NONE VENDOR DATA
CT117915-1
PT & GG PRESSURE SIDE FILTER DIFFERENTIAL PRESSURE TRANSDUCERS, 0-80
PSID 2/GT
1
GT LUBE SYSTEM
15
PDT605 and PDT606 P&ID XXXX-181-M402D
CT118033-1
COUPLING, AC LUBE OIL PUMP 2/GT
1
GT LUBE SYSTEM
21
NONE LUBE OIL SKID VENDORS MANUAL
CT118033-2
COUPLING, DC LUBE OIL PUMP 1/GT
1
GT LUBE SYSTEM
21
NONE LUBE OIL SKID VENDORS MANUAL
CT118033-3
FLEXIBLE ELEMENTS, LUBE OIL PUMP COUPLING VARIES
8
GT LUBE
SYSTEM
10
NONE COUPLING VENDORS
(SETS OF 6)
MANUAL
CT118072-17
TEMP RTD, ENGINE HEAT 1/GT
1
GG HEAT SYSTEM
15
TE1201
P&ID XXXX-181-M403D
CT118083-1
SHUTOFF VALVE WATER 1/GT
2
WATER INJECTION SYSTEM
19
SOV801 P&ID XXXX-181-M203D
CT118090-5466-1000
POWER SUPPLY, 24VDC, MICRONET PLUS VARIES
2
CONTROL HOUSE
12
NONE VENDOR DATA
CT118161-1
FUEL MOD VALVE WITH BUILT-IN SHUT OFF VALVE 1/GT
1
LIQUID FUEL
SYSTEM
12
FCV1001 P&ID XXXX-181-M201D
CT118162-1
SHUTOFF VALVE 1/GT
1
LIQUID FUEL SYSTEM
23
SOV1001 P&ID
XXXX-181-M201D
CT118207-2
SWITCH,LAN BASE,24 10/100+2 VARIES
2
CONTROL HOUSE
6
NONE
VENDOR DATA
CT118223-1
FLOW METER 1/GT
1
WATER INJECTION SYSTEM
9
FM801 / FM1001
P&ID XXXX-181-M203D
IPB20144
GASKET, BACKFLOW CHECK VALVE 1/GT
40
GG HEAT SYSTEM
13
NONE DRAWING IPE22375
IPB20541GR1
DIODE, ASSY, 125 VDC VARIES
48
MISC ITEMS
9
NONE NA
IPB21077GR1
DIODE, ASSY, 24 VDC VARIES
48
MISC ITEMS
9
NONE NA
IPC23008-1
SPACER, WATER CHECK VALVE 2/GT
8
WATER INJECTION SYSTEM
15
NONE XXXX-111-M210D
IPC24371-1
HOSE, GAS, MANIFOLD TO NOZZLE 9/GT
8
GAS FUEL SYSTEM
6
NONE DWG IPE22493
IPC8057
GG BLEED CHECK VALVE TO PREVENT BACKFLOW 1/GT
4
GG HEAT SYSTEM
52
CV1201 P&ID XXXX-181-M405D
IPD22771
SEALS, COLLECTOR BOX
16/GT
32
MISC ITEMS
9
XXXX-113-S000D DWG
MS28774-136
FILTER O-RING BACK UP RING
1 PER PUMP
20
GG HYDRAULIC
SYSTEM
18
GG IPC 01-61 FIG 17
MS9193-06
ADAPTER, CLUTCH
1/GT
2
DUAL FUEL SYSTEM
60
GG IPC 01-61
FIG 20
MS9193-08
ADAPTER, CLUTCH
1/GT
2
DUAL FUEL SYSTEM
26
GG IPC 01-61
FIG 20
MS9276-10
TABLOCKS, 13TH BLEED VALVE
4/GT
60
GAS GENERATOR / POWER

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DESCRIPTION
UNIT PRICE
TOTAL PRICE
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________

TURBINE
20
GG8 IPC 01-17 FIG 3
MS9276-14
TABLOCKS, HPC TABLOCKS
2/GT
80
GAS GENERATOR / POWER TURBINE
18
GG8 IPC 01-34 FIG. 5
MS9320-12
WASHERS, LIQUID FUEL PUMP
5/GT
40
LIQUID FUEL SYSTEM
20
GG IPC 01-61 FIG 19
MS9321-11
WASHERS, NOSECONE ADAPTER
5/GT
32
GAS GENERATOR / POWER TURBINE
14
GG8 IPC 01-18 FIG 1
MS9491-17
BOLTS, NOSECONE
6/GT
32
GAS GENERATOR / POWER TURBINE
52
GG8 IPC 01-18 FIG 1
MS9557-11
BOLTS, BLEED SOLENOID VALVE CLAMP
38/GT
32
GG BLEED SYSTEM
52
GG8 IPC 01-17 FIG. 7
MS9559-57
BOLTS, LIQUID FUEL PUMP
5/GT
40
LIQUID FUEL SYSTEM
41
GG
IPC 01-61 FIG 19
MS9581-11
TABLOCKS, NOSECONE MOUNT BOLTS
6/GT
80
GAS GENERATOR / POWER
TURBINE
20
GG8 IPC 01-18 FIG. 1
MS9582-13
TABLOCKS, LPC & BURNER BORESCOPE PLUGS
9/GT
120
GAS GENERATOR /
POWER TURBINE
18
GG8 IPC 01-33 FIG. 3 and 01-41 FIG. 2
MS9715-08
BOLTS, 8TH BLEED VALVE
20/GT
32
GAS GENERATOR / POWER TURBINE
52
GG8 IPC 01-17 FIG 2
MS9901-04
PLUG, BURNER CASE
7/GT
12
GAS GENERATOR / POWER TURBINE
32
GG8 IPC 01-41 FIG. 2
MS9966-07
O-RING, FLOW DIVIDER VALVE
10/GT
60
LIQUID FUEL SYSTEM
14
GG IPC 01-11 FIG 3
MS9966-10
O-RING, LIQ. FUEL TUBES
18/GT
100
LIQUID FUEL SYSTEM
14
GG IPC 01-11 FIG'S 1 & 2
MS9966-16
PACKING, GAS HOSE
9/GT
120
GAS FUEL SYSTEM
16
DWG
IPE22493
MS9967-015
O-RING, FLOW DIVIDER CHECK VALVE
1/GT
10
LIQUID FUEL SYSTEM
6
GG IPC 01-11 FIG 2
MS9967-116
O-RING, FLOW DIVIDER CHECK VALVE
1/GT
10
LIQUID FUEL SYSTEM
14
GG IPC 01-11 FIG 2
ST1141-52
GASKET, BLEED VALVES, 8TH STAGE
5/GT
48
GAS GENERATOR / POWER
TURBINE
12
GG8 IPC 01-17 FIG 2
ST1141-58
GASKET, BLEED VALVE, 13TH STAGE
1/GT
20
GAS GENERATOR / POWER
TURBINE
12
GG8 IPC 01-17 FIG 3
ST1946-010
O-RING, FUEL NOZZLE TRANSFER TUBE
18/GT
100
LIQUID FUEL SYSTEM
14
GG IPC 01-11 FIG'S 1 & 2
ST1946-119
O-RING, SERVO TO HYD. PUMP
1 PER SERVO
80
GG HYDRAULIC
SYSTEM
14
GG IPC 01-61 FIG 17
ST1946-128
O-RING, SERVO TO HYD. PUMP
1 PER SERVO
80
GG HYDRAULIC
SYSTEM
14
GG IPC 01-61 FIG 17
ST1946-210
O-RING, LIQUID FUEL PUMP
1/GT
10
LIQUID FUEL SYSTEM
16
GG IPC 01-61 FIG 19
ST1946-236
O RING,. GEARBOX OIL STRAINER
1/GT
40
GAS GENERATOR / POWER
TURBINE
14
GG8 IPC 01-61 FIG. 2
ST1946-241
GASKET, LIQUID FUEL PUMP
1/GT
10
LIQUID FUEL SYSTEM
14

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______________________________________________________________________________________
ITEM
MATERIAL
QUANTITY UNIT
DESCRIPTION
UNIT PRICE
TOTAL PRICE
__________________________________________________________________________________________________________

GG IPC 01-61 FIG 19


ST1946-906
O-RING, CLUTCH ADAPTER
1/GT
10
DUAL FUEL SYSTEM
14
GG
IPC 01-61 FIG 20
ST1946-906
O-RING, FLOW DIVIDER VALVE
8/GT
40
LIQUID FUEL SYSTEM
14
GG IPC 01-11 FIG 3
ST1946-908
PACKING,PREFORMED,O-RING
5/GT
80
GAS GENERATOR / POWER
TURBINE
14
GG8 IPC 01-61 FIG'S 2 and 17
ST1946-908
PACKING,PREFORMED,O-RING
1/GT
10
DUAL FUEL SYSTEM
14
GG IPC 01-61 FIG 20
ST1946-910
PACKING-PREF,SEAL,.875
1/GT
40
GAS GENERATOR / POWER TURBINE
14
GG8 IPC 01-61 FIG. 17
ST1947-012
O-RING, FLOW DIVIDER VALVE
1/GT
10
LIQUID FUEL SYSTEM
14
GG IPC 01-11 FIG 3

Deliver to:
T.W. CLEVELAND
TEL 281-588-6460 FAX 281-582-7480
email: clevelandt@psi.pdv.com
USA
Zip Code: 77077 PO BOX: 77077
______________________________________________________________________________________
Gross Price

206,946,000.00

Net value

206,946,000.00

Purchase order total value

206,946,000.00 USD

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P.O. General terms


*** DOC. B0020, REV. I (05-Feb-10) ***
MISC. CHARGE OF INCLUDED FOR PACKING / HANDLING / SHIPPING DOCUMENTS.
Prior to all supplier shipments, the PSBV assigned forwarder will first review the soft-copy of the shipping documents. The following original
documents must be provided to our Freight Forwarder and copies must be e-mailed to PSBV (regardless of whether the material is shipped
directly from the Supplier or if arrangements to collect the material are made by the freight forwarder):
* Commercial Invoice
* Packing List and/or Tally Sheet
* Certificate of Origin Legalized by the Venezuelan
Consulate is required when either of the following is
true:
1. The purchase order is for Pipes and Shipping
Marks indicate MARACAIBO or GUANTA VENEZUELA.
2. The purchase order is for equipment or material
whose country of origin is Argentina, Brazil,
Colombia, Chile, or Mexico.
* Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS)- MUST ACCOMPANY
DANGEROUS/HAZARDOUS GOODS PER IATA /CFR49
* Quality Assurance documentation:(including but not
limited to):
- API Certificates- Material Test Reports/Mill Test
Reports
- Certificate of Conformance/Compliance
- Certificate of Analysis
- Non-destructive test reports
- Mechanical or other Performance test results
PACKING
=======
WOODEN PACKING MUST COMPLY WITH ISPM 15 REQUIREMENTS (SEE ALSO LAST TWO PAGES OF THE PO).
DELIVERY
========
ITEM 1= One package in August 2010 and turbine in November 2010
ITEM 2=
Two packages in September 2010 and turbine in November 2010
ITEM 4= 90 days from China
ITEM 6= 90 days from China
ITEM 7= 90 days from USA
LINE ITEMS MUST SHIP COMPLETE.
PARTIAL DELIVERIES (AGAINST PO OR LINE ITEM) ARE ALLOWED.
ESTIMATED WEIGHT: XX-KGS
NEW MATERIAL
=============
MATERIAL MUST BE IN NEW CONDITION, FREE FROM DEFECTS AND SUITABLE FOR ANY SERVICE SPECIFIED, UNLESS OTHERWISE
STATED.
MATERIAL TO BE EXPORT PACKED IN ACCORDANCE WITH BGE-417.
ORDER ACKNOWLEDGEMENT
======================
SELLER MUST ACKNOWLEDGE RECEIPT OF THIS FAX/EDI PURCHASE ORDER WITHIN 48 HOURS A.R.O. VIA E-MAIL, AND ADVISE AND
CONFIRM SHIPPING DATE, BY PROVIDING THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION:
-

OUR REFERENCE RDC (VP) AND PO # __________________


CONFIRMED DELIVERY DATE
__________________
YOUR REFERENCE NUMBER
__________________
YOUR EXPEDITING CONTACT
__________________
TELEPHONE NUMBER
__________________
FACSIMILE NUMBER
__________________
E-MAIL
__________________

RETURN ACKNOWLEDGEMENT VIA FACSIMILE TO:


PDVSA SERVICES B.V. FAX NUMBER 31-70-348-8540 OR VIA EMAIL TO: ackn@bariven.eu

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Terms of delivery
PDVSA SERVICES, B.V.
PACKING, MARKING, INVOICING AND SHIPPING
INSTRUCTIONS FOR VENDORS
BGE-417/(REV. 1, 06-01-05)
THESE INSTRUCTIONS ARE A PART OF THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF THE PURCHASE ORDER AND MUST BE COMPLIED WITH.
INDEX:
SECTION
II
III
IV
V
VI
VII
I

I GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS
PACKING INSTRUCTIONS
MARKING INSTRUCTIONS
INVOICING INSTRUCTIONS
PACKING LIST
CUSTOM DOCUMENTATION
DESPATCH

GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS

Although under the Purchasing conditions it is Vendor's responsibility to ensure suitable packing in seaworthy cases/crates/bundles and airfreight
packages, not every Vendor is aware of the conditions of cargo handling during international transfers and transportation.
For this reason, we provide these General Export Packing Instructions as an integral part of our Purchase Order.
Packing design
Size and kind of the packing means must correspond to the characteristics and designs of the material to be transported. The following must
particularly be considered:
-

existing standards and dimensions for packing means.


good utilization of shipping space.
avoidance of excessive loading dimensions.
rational transhipment and storage methods, efficient and fast unpacking of the contents at site.
stowing possibilities in containers, and further:

1. Outside measurements of packages must be reduced as much as possible, e.g. by dismantling voluminous parts, in order to save freight
volume and cost.
2. All parts of equipment that may easily be damaged by foreign objects, e.g. window panes, instrument panels, etc., must be adequately
protected by sufficiently strong plywood panel or equivalent.
3. Small parts must be packed in sealed envelopes. On the outside of these envelopes its contents must be clearly indicated (part no. &
quantity) preferably by pre-printed self-adhesive labels.
4. Small parts in envelopes must be packed together in one box or carton and provided with a separate packing list.
5. All parts that may be subject to corrosion must be adequately preserved by oiling and wrapping in grease proof paper, coated with tectile, or
equivalent.
6. All materials with a finished or shiny surface, e.g. aluminium, vinyl, vitrified clay, etc., must be adequately protected with sealant self-adhesive,
or sealed plastic wrapping.
7. Materials that may be damaged by moisture, e.g. electrical conductors etc., must be sealed against moisture penetration.
In addition, for electronic equipment etc., moisture condensing materials (silica gel) must be enclosed inside the sealed package.
8. Equipment that may be damaged by shocks from handling must be mounted in a shock absorbing frame inside a strong case or be supported
by suitable cushioning materials inside the package.
9. Each package must be compact and solid, provided with sufficient wrapping.
10. Packing materials must be capable to sustain weather conditions such as sun and rain, without immediate failure.
11. Each package must be marked in accordance with the purchase order and these instructions.
The markings must be applied with waterproof paint or other weather resistant method.
Marking labels must be firmly attached to each package with minimum two fixtures. Markings must comply with international as well as local
rules of exporting and importing country (e.g. corrosives, explosives, etc.).
It is Vendor's responsibility to comply with the applicable rules.
12. The use of hay, straw, flax, newspapers is forbidden.
13. It is Vendor's responsibility to pack dangerous, hazardous cargo in accordance with the international regulations and the directions of
shipping- and airfreight companies.
14. Packing to be strong enough for stacking in ship's holds.
II

PACKING INSTRUCTIONS

DO NOT COMBINE DIFFERENT ORDERS IN ONE PACKAGE


All materials shall be road, air, seaworthy packed in strong export packing, unless otherwise specified.

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As of may 2005 wooden packing to Venezuela must show a marking that the wood was either treated with Methyl Bromide or has been heat
treated and does not present/display evidence of quarantine pests.
All wood used in the boxing/crating, palletizing, skidding, or blocking and bracing of the material on this Purchase Order must have undergone
sufficient processing or treatment in compliance with ISPM 15 of the International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC) entitled "Guidelines for
Regulating Wood Packaging Material in International Trade". All wood subject to this regulation shall be marked as specified in Annex II of the
regulation. Non-conformance will result in confiscation of the entire shipment by Venezuelan port/airport authorities. For specific details, please
refer to the IPPC website: www.ippc.int.
DOMESTIC, INLAND FREIGHT
For domestic handling, packages must comply with the above general instructions. In addition the following rules must be observed:
Packages up to 35 kg gross weight must be provided with a facility for hand lifting.
Larger packages must either be provided with pallet type cross members underneath for forklift handling, or with lifting pad eyes or lugs, which are
clearly indicated as lifting points.
AIRFREIGHT (CARTONS AND CASES)
Airfreight packages must comply with the above general instructions. In addition the following rules must be observed:
In addition to volume, the gross weight of airfreight packages must be kept to a minimum. Packing in standard light plywood airfreight cases is
preferred. If cartons are used these must be minimum three-ply, closures, corners and edges should be reinforced with strong, wide, self-adhesive
tape. Long thin packages may be delivered as bundles, provided the bundling is performed to a good standard with self-adhesive tape or steel or
nylon strapping in such a way that no part of the contents can be removed without cutting an extensive part of the strapping. Rectangular
packages must be marked on at least two opposite sides, long bundles must be provided with markings at maximum 200 cm intermediate
distance.
SEAWORTHY CASES AND CRATES
These packages must comply with the above general instructions. In addition the following rules must be observed:
1. Cases and crates must be manufactured from new wood, without physical defects such as knots which can affect the natural strength etc. and
of sufficient thickness to provide an acceptable gross weight to strength ratio.
2. The bottoms must be provided with cross supports minimum 75 x 75 mm section, maximum 80 cm spaced and sufficiently fixed and secured.
3. Cases of more than 100 cm long must be provided with longitudinal floor beams of sufficient strength, transverse bottom and top cover
planking, and vertical planking provided with ample cross and diagonal supports.
4. Top covers must be reinforced whenever required with transverse support in such a way that the unit is capable of carrying three times its own
gross weight.
5. Tops and sides must be covered on the inside with plastic foil to shelter the contents against rain. The bottom may not be sealed, as to allow
for drainage of condensation etc.
6. Nails used should be of ample length, but not be penetrating inside the case. Twisted nails are preferred.
7. Cases containing loose items must be stowed internally in such a way, that the heavier items are placed on the bottom and lighter materials on
top, all securely blocked.
8. The contents must be secured inside each package such as to fix the material against horizontal acceleration forces up to "4 g" and vertical
forces up to "2 g" (two times its own mass).
9. Machinery and equipment should be secured by bolting to the cases' floor. For heavy machinery it might be preferable to have lifting eyes
fixed to the equipment and sealed at the penetrations through the cover.
SEAWORTHY BUNDLES
These packages must comply with the above general instructions. In addition the following rules must be observed:
1. Steel strapping of bundles must be performed with straps of sufficient strength, in such a way, that no part of the contents may be removed
unless 50% of the strapping is damaged or removed.
2. Straps must be applied at maximum 80 cm intermediate distance, and must be tightened and fixed up to the allowable maximum strength
stated by its supplier.
However, if damage to the shipped material may be expected, protective materials must be fixed between strapping and material at both ends.
3. Bundles must be marked with paint as well as with at least two steel or indestructible labels, forming an integral part of, or at least secured on
two ends to the steel strapping.
For packing of dangerous cargo see sections I/13, Ill and IV.
Ill

MARKING INSTRUCTIONS

Mark two adjacent sides of each package as indicated on the PURCHASE ORDER and mention further:
* Dimensions in centimetres
* Net and gross weight in kilograms
* Package numbers from 1 up (1 of 3, 2 of 3 etc.).
* Attach Trademark/Affiliate sticker(s) as handed out with the Purchase Order.
Any markings of technical nature when required in the PURCHASE ORDER and/or accompanying specifications should be strictly adhered to.
Shipping marks should be printed or stencilled with waterproof paint in 1 " (25 mm) letters, or as large as possible. PORT MARKS should be in
double size letters.

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DANGEROUS CARGO
It is Vendors responsibility to pack, mark and label Dangerous Cargo in accordance with the appropriate
RAIL/ROAD/SEA/AIR transport regulations in force (RID/ADR/IMO/ICAO, CARRIERS' AND GOVERNMENTAL REGULATIONS), and to declare
the nature of the goods accordingly. VENDOR will be held liable for the consequences of any failure in this respect.
PROTECTIVE MARKING
Where applicable, all sides of each package shall be stencilled with waterproof paint with appropriate marks in English and Spanish, for example:
ENGLISH
FRAGILE
HANDLE WITH CARE
THIS SIDE UP
LIFT HERE

SPANISH
FRAGIL
MANEJAR CON CUIDADO
ARRIBA
LEVANTAR AQUI

together with the generally accepted international pictorial signs.


IV INVOICING INSTRUCTIONS
Prepare your invoice in the name of BARIVEN, S.A. c/o PDVSA Services, B.V.
DO NOT consolidate more than one PURCHASE ORDER on an invoice.
Shipping invoices must be prepared for each individual shipment, regardless whether a partial order is shipped, or whether the Purchase Order is
subject to down-payments.
Your invoice must be in the English language, typewritten, manually signed in blue ink, and contain the following information:
* Invoice date and unique number;
* PDVSA Services, B.V. / BARIVEN'S Purchase Order number and Requisition number;
* Item numbers, quantity, description of materials, part numbers (stock numbers if any), unit prices and extended prices;
* Spanish description and Tariff number (as per Purchase Order);
* Delivery terms as per Purchase Order;
* Country of origin;
* Shipping marks, as stated in the Purchase Order;
* Number and type of packages, gross and net weights in kilograms and dimensions in centimetres;
* In case of Dangerous Materials: state all required information as IDMG-code and UN-number, proper shipping name(s) on your invoice and all
other documents.
* Supply certification as required by the appropriate authorities. In case of doubt, please check with our Forwarder or ourselves;
* Whether the invoice and your consignment covers a COMPLETE, PARTIAL or BALANCE delivery against the Purchase Order.
* Your company should mention a VAT rate of 0% on these invoices.
* A VAT registration nr. is not required as the materials are for export outside of the E.E.C.
IV INVOICING INSTRUCTIONS (continued)
INVOICES are to be mailed as follows:
a. Payment Copies
to: BARIVEN, S.A.
1 Original
c/o PDVSA Services, B.V. (All manually signed in blue ink).
P.O. Box 17111
2502 CC The Hague
The Netherlands
Attn: Accounts Dept.
When using courier service, use our street address:
to: BARIVEN, S.A.
1 Original
c/o PDVSA Services, B.V. (All manually signed in blue ink).
President Kennedylaan 19
2517 JK The Hague
The Netherlands
Attn: Accounts Dept.
b.

Shipping copies
to: Our Forwarder
1 Original and 8 duplicate invoices, not showing the words "copy"
(as per instructions received)or "pro-forma" and manually signed in blue ink, together with the
packing lists, if required, and despatch note.

c.

With consignment to delivery address

PACKING LIST

1 copy (together with the proper export-customs documentation).

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A separate packing list must always be prepared in the same number as the invoices, if the packing-specification has not been inserted in the
invoice, or does not fit on the invoice-format, or if specifically instructed as per Purchase Order, or by PDVSA Services, B.V., Traffic-department.
A copy of the packing-list must be attached on the outside and the inside of each package in a waterproof envelope as appropriate and also
mailed to PDVSA Services, B.V. and the Forwarder, as instructed in section IV and be prepared in accordance with the stipulations as per section
I.

VI CUSTOMS DOCUMENTATION
Besides the documents mentioned above, Vendor will be responsible for all EXPORT CUSTOMS
DOCUMENTS/CERTIFICATES, whatever required, to accompany the goods to the delivery point (see also
Despatch conditions - section VII Despatch).
Our Forwarder will be entitled to correct such documents on your behalf and at your cost, if not arranged by yourselves.

VII DESPATCH
Goods must be despatched in accordance with the written instructions received from our Forwarder as mentioned in the Purchase Order.
Our Forwarder is receiving a copy of our Purchase Order and is fully authorized to act on our behalf.
Non-compliance with these instructions can cause delays and, if so decided by PDVSA Services, B.V., Logistic staff, corrective measures can be
taken on Vendor's account.

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Terms of payment
PROGRESSIVE / ADVANCE PAYMENT INVOICES / SCHEDULE
=================================================
EACH INVOICE FOR AN ADVANCED PAYMENT MUST BE ACCOMPANIED BY A SELLER FURNISHED, IRREVOCABLE, CONFIRMED
STAND-BY LETTER OF CREDIT OR BANK GUARANTEE PROTECTING PURCHASER'S PAYMENT. INVOICE SHALL BE CLEARLY MARKED
AS AN "ADVANCE PAYMENT INVOICE".
BANK GUARANTEE TO BE MADE OUT IN FAVOR OF BARIVEN S.A., SHOULD BE ISSUED IN THE ENGLISH LANGUAGE, BY A FIRST
CLASS WESTERN EUROPEAN BANK (RANKED BY MOODY'S / STANDARD & POOR'S/FITCHE) WITH MINIMAL AA RATING. BANK
GUARANTEE MUST BE SUBJECT TO THE UNIFORM RULES FOR DEMAND GUARANTEES, ICC PUBLICATION NO. 458
IN CASE OF CONFIRMED IRREVOCABLE STAND-BY LETTER OF CREDIT, IT MUST BE SUBJECT TO THE INTERNATIONAL STAND-BY
PRACTICES, REFERRED TO ISP 98 RULES FROM THE UCC AND UCP. THE LETTER OF CREDIT MUST BE ISSUED BY A BANKING
INSTITUTION, PRE-APPROVED BY THE PURCHASERS TREASURY AND CONTRACT GROUP.
STAND-BY LETTER OF CREDIT SHALL BE CONFIRMED BY OUR BANK:
BNP PARIBAS
CORPORATE & INVESTMENT BANKING
HERENGRACHT 477
1017BS AMSTERDAM
THE NETHERLANDS
SWIFT CODE: BNPANL2A
CONTACT: PETER HENDRICKS
E-MAIL: peter.hendricks@bnpparibas.com
TELEPHONE: +31 20 5501365
OR BY ANOTHER FIRST CLASS EUROPEAN BANK PREVIOUSLY ACCEPTED BY PDVSA SERVICES BV. (SAME IS APPLICABLE FOR
PERFORMANCE BONDS FOR TECHNICAL SERVICES, REPAIR AND WARRANTIES)
BANK GUARANTEE OR LETTER OF CREDIT SHALL BE VALID UNTIL AT LEAST 30 CALENDAR DAYS AFTER FINAL DELIVERY IN
ACCORDANCE WITH THE PURCHASE ORDER TERMS (IF APPLICABLE EVIDENCED BY THE ORIGINAL BILL OF LADING).
ALL COSTS RELATED TO THE BANK GUARANTEE(S) OR LCS ARE FOR VENDOR'S ACCOUNT. PAYMENT TO BE EFFECTED AFTER
RECEIPT AND ACCEPTANCE OF YOUR INVOICE(S) WITHIN 30 DAYS.
ALL INVOICES SHALL PROVIDE PRINTED INFORMATION OF THE FOLLOWING VENDORS BANK DETAILS:
BANK NAME,
BRANCH LOCATION (ADDRESS),
CURRENT ACCOUNT NUMBER,
CURRENCY OF THE ACCOUNT,
NAME OF THE BENEFICIARY (MUST BE IDENTICAL TO THE ADDRESSEE OF THE PURCHASE ORDER, SUBJECT TO REJECTING THE
INVOICE),
ROUTING TRANSIT NUMBER (RTN) OR ABA NUMBER,
STANDARD FORMAT OF BANK IDENTIFICATION CODE SWIFT-BIC,
BIC CODE,
SWIFT ID OR SWIFT CODE.
MILESTONE TABLE:
PAYMENT OF PROGRESS PAYMENTS SHALL BE BASED ON THE ORIGINAL PURCHASE ORDER VALUE. ANY ADDITIONS TO THE
PURCHASE ORDER VALUE SHALL BE INCLUDED IN THE SUPPLIER'S FINAL INVOICE.

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FIELD INSPECTION REQUIREMENT
(DOC. TR050, REV.H, 03-Jan-2010 )
--------------------------------------------------------1. THIS PURCHASE ORDER OR RFQ (WHEN APPLICABLE) HAS BEEN CODED FOR FIELD TECHNICAL INSPECTION PRIOR TO
SHIPMENT. THIS MEANS A QUALIFIED INSPECTOR UNDER PSBV DIRECT SUPERVISION OR CONTRACT WILL INSPECT THE
EQUIPMENT OR PRODUCT FOR COMPLIANCE TO QUOTE, PURCHASE ORDER, COVENIN REGULATION AND ANY OTHER APPLICABLE
INDUSTRY STANDARD OR SPECIFICATION.
2. PRODUCT, EQUIPMENT, OR MATERIAL INSPECTION MUST BE PERFORMED BEFORE PACKAGING FOR SHIPMENT. THE
PURCHASER'S INSPECTION DOES NOT RELIEVE THE MANUFACTURER OR THE SELLER FROM COMPLIANCE TO ALL PURCHASE
ORDER REQUIREMENTS.
3. PRODUCT, EQUIPMENT OR MATERIAL MUST NOT LEAVE YOUR FACILITIES UNTIL THE ASSIGNED INSPECTOR OR DESIGNATED
PSBV INSPECTION AGENCY HAS ISSUED A RELEASE AUTHORIZING SHIPPING OF THE PRODUCT OR EQUIPMENT ."THE INSPECTION
RELEASE IS MANDATORY FOR PRODUCT AND PO PAYMENT POURPOSE".
4. THE VENDOR IS REQUIRED TO PROVIDE THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION:
4.1 LOCATION OF WHERE INSPECTION CAN BE PERFORMED.
4.2 CONTACT NAME, PHONE NUMBER, & EMAIL ADDRESS OF THE PROJECT MGR.
4.3 WRITTEN ACKNOWLEDGMENT OF DATES AND PLACE FOR INSPECTION ISSUED BY PSBV OR BY PSBV INSPECTION AGENCY OR
PSBV DESIGNATED INSPECTOR.
5. DOCUMENTATION REQUIREMENTS
( THIS NOTE APPLIES TO TECHNICAL DOCUMENTS INCLUDING INVOICES OR SHIPPING DOCUMENTS - BILL OF LADING,
COMMERCIAL INVOICE, PACKING LIST AND CERTIFICATES APPLICABLE)
5.1. ONE COPY OF ALL THE REQUIRED DOCUMENTS MUST SHIP WITH THE EQUIPMENT. THIS INCLUDES TECHNICAL DOCUMENTS
SUCH AS MATERIAL TEST REPORTS, NONDESTRUCTIVE TEST REPORTS, QA CERTIFICATES/CONFORMANCE, PRINTS,
MECHANICAL OR PERFORMANCE TEST RESULTS,LAB TESTS AND OTHER LOCAL AUTHORITIES APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS.
5.2 TWO HARD COPIES (DATABOOKS) AND TWO ELECTRONIC COPIES (CD'S OR VIA EMAIL (AS APPLICABLE)) MUST BE SHIP TO:
COURIER SERVICE MAILING ADDRESS:
Bariven S.A. c/o PDVSA SERVICES BV
ATTN. TECHNICAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT
PRESIDENT KENNEDYLAAN 19
2517 JK THE HAGUE
THE NETHERLANDS
5.3 FOR DELIVERY OF DOCUMENTS ELECTRONICALLY, SEND THEM TO: INSPECTION@BARIVEN.EU
5.4 THE PDVSA SERVICES PURCHASE ORDER NUMBER MUST BE LISTED ON THE SUBJECT LINE OF THE EMAIL. IF PARTIAL
DOCUMENTATION IS SUBMITTED, THE EMAIL MUST CLEARLY IDENTIFY TO WHICH LINE ITEM(S) THE DOCUMENTS BELONG TO.
5.5 THE PO NUMBER AND THE PO ITEMS MUST BE CLEARLY IDENTIFIED IN EACH DOCUMENT.
6. ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING THIS INSPECTION REQUIREMENT, FORWARD EMAIL TO inspection@bariven.eu
--------------------------------------------------------------ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT
TR2900
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TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS: TR2900, REVISION 2, December 2009.
BARIVEN,S.A., TECHNICAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT
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Motors, Generators
TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS
WITH QUOTATION
----------------------------------------------------------1.1
1.2
1.3
1.4
1.5
1.6
1.7
1.8

EQUIPMENT DATA SHEETS/SPECIFICATIONS


DESCRIPTIVE EQUIPMENT INFORMATION / CONFIGURATION
EQUIPMENT ORIGIN - MANUFACTURING PLANT & LOCATION
OUTLINE DRAWING - PRELIMINARY
PROPOSED PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS (AS APPLICABLE)
STANDARD/OPTIONAL TESTING
RECOMMENDED SPARE PARTS, PRICED (AS APPLICABLE)
LIST OF EXCEPTIONS (AS APPLICABLE)

AFTER RECEIVING ORDER - ARO


----------------------------------------------------------2.1 OUTLINE DRAWING
2.2 NAME PLATE DATA

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SUPPLIER:
Derwick Associates, S.A.
MMG Tower, Piso 16, Calle 53, Urb.
PANAMA

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2.4 LIFTING PLAN, INCLUDING WEIGHT AND DIMENSIONS


2.5 COMPLETE CONTROL & SCHEMATIC WIRING DIAGRAMS
3.1
3.2
3.3
3.4
3.5
3.6
3.7
3.8
3.9

PERFORMANCE TEST REPORTS (AS APPLICABLE)


MANUFACTURER STANDARD TEST REPORTS
ELECTRICAL / MECHANICAL FUNCTIONAL TEST REPORTS (AS APPLICABLE)
CALIBRATION CERTIFICATES ( AS APPLICABLE)
INSULATION RESISTANCE MEASUREMENT
NOISE EMISSION TESTING
DIELECTRIC INSULATION
EFFICIENCY CALCULATIONS
MONITORING AND CONTROL SCADA SYSTEMS (AS APPLICABLE)

4.1 INSTALLATION, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUALS


4.2 BILL OF MATERIALS
5.1 DRAWING SCHEDULE
5.2 PRODUCTION SCHEDULE
5.3 QUALITY PLAN
- FOUR COPIES OF TECHNICAL DOCUMENTS SHALL BE SUBMITTED
BEFORE EQUIPMENT SHIPMENT.
- PO NUMBER, RDC NUMBER AND PO ITEM NUMBER(S) SHALL BE
CLEARLY IDENTIFIED ON EACH DOCUMENT.
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS FOR ELECTRIC MOTORS
IDENTIFICATION, PACKAGING AND PRESERVATION
- MOTOR SERIAL OR ID NUMBER MUST BE LISTED ON EACH DOCUMENT PROVIDED BY THE VENDOR AS PART OF THE
DOCUMENTATION. THIS CODE MUST BE COSISTENT WITH THE IDENTIFIED PACKAGING EQUIPMENT.
COATING
ONE PHASE ELECTRIC MOTORS:
- THE MANUFACTURERS STANDARD COLOR PROVIDED TO VERTICAL AND HORIZONTAL MOTORS IS ACCEPTABLE
THREE-PHASE ELECTRIC MOTORS:
- HORIZONTAL MOTORS MUST BE PAINTED 100% (ALL EXTERIOR) EPOXY.YELLOW.
- VERTICAL MOTORS MUST BE PAINTED 100% (ALL EXTERIOR) EPOXY.RED.
PACKAGED/ENGINEERED EQUIPMENT & SKID MOUNTED SYSTEMS TR2800
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TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS: TR2800, REVISION 2, December 2009.
BARIVEN,S.A., TECHNICAL SERVICES DEPARTMENT.
Compressor/Turbine Packages, Processing Equipment, Piping
Skids, Water Treatment Systems, Packaged Units: Steam Boilers & Cryogenics, Generators. Fired Heaters, Structures, Solids, Handling,and Flare
Stacks.
TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS
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DESIGN, FABRICATION, INSPECTION, TESTING, CERTIFICATION
SHALL BE, AS PER THE TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS INDICATED
IN PURCHASING DOCUMENTS, AND APPLICABLE INDUSTRY CODES.
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WITH QUOTATION
----------------------------------------------------------1.1 DATA SHEETS FOR MAJOR EQUIPMENT AND COMPONENTS
1.2 DESCRIPTIVE PACKAGE /SYSTEM / SKID INFORMATION
1.3 MATERIAL ORIGIN - M(AS APPLICABLE)
1.4 OUTLINE DRAWING, PRELIMINARY
1.5 PROPOSED PERFORMANCE CHARACTERISTICS(AS APPLICABLE)
1.6 STANDARD/OPTIONAL TESTING
1.7 RECOMMENDED SPARE PARTS, PRICED (AS APPLICABLE)
1.8 LIST OF EXCEPTIONS (AS APPLICABLE)
NOTE:
- FORGINGS AND CASTINGS FOR CASINGS, VALVES, PIPE,

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SUPPLIER:
Derwick Associates, S.A.
MMG Tower, Piso 16, Calle 53, Urb.
PANAMA
PIPE, PIPE FITTINGS AND PLATES ORIGINATING FROM MILLS IN
NORTHAMERICA, JAPAN AND WESTERN EUROPE, ARE PREFERRED AND
ACCEPTABLE.
OTHER SOURCES REQUIRE APPROVAL FROM PDVSA DURING
QUOTATION PROCESS.
AFTER RECEIVING ORDER - ARO
FOR APPROVAL
2.1 GENERAL ARRANGEMENT DRAWING
2.2 OUTLINE DRAWING
2.3 AS BUILT DRAWING
2.4 SHOP DETAIL AND ASSEMBLY DRAWINGS FOR PRESSURE VESSELS
2.5 DESIGN CALCULATIONS (AS APPLICABLE)
2.6 NOZZLE ORIENTATION DRAWINGS ( AS APPLICABLE)
2.7 NAME PLATE DATA
2.8 PIPING DRAWINGS, P&ID, ISOMETRICS (AS APPLICABLE)
2.9 LUBE OIL REQUIREMENTS (AS APPLICABLE)
2.10 ELECTRICAL WIRING DRAWINGS (AS APPLICABLE)
2.11 SUPPORT AND LIFTING LUG DRAWINGS (AS APPLICABLE)
2.12 SHIPPING WEIGHT AN DIMENSIONS
2.13 NOZZLE ORIENTATION DRAWINGS
3.1 PERFORMANCE TEST REPORTS (AS APPLICABLE)
3.2 MECHANICAL, FUNCTIONAL TEST REPORTS
3.3 CERTIFIED BALANCE TEST REPORTS: IMPELLERS AND ROTOR
ASSEMBLIES (AS APPLICABLE)
3.4 NOISE DATA CERTIFICATE
3.5 CALIBRATION CERTIFICATES (AS APPLICABLE)
3.6 DRIVER TEST REPORTS (AS APPLICABLE)
3.7 VIBRATION TEST REPORTS - ROTATING EQUIPMENT
4.1 CMTR'S (ON PRESSURE CONTAINING & WET COMPONENTS,
AS APPLICABLE). TYPE 3.1B CERTIFICATES FOR EUROPEAN
SUPPLIERS
5.1
5.2
5.3
5.4
5.5
5.6
5.7

HYDROSTATIC TEST REPORTS (AS APPLICABLE)


NDE REPORTS (AS APPLICABLE)
WELDING PROCEDURES (AS APPLICABLE)
WELDING QUALIFICATION RECORDS (AS APPLICABLE)
WELD MAPS (AS APPLICABLE)
HARDNESS CERTIFICATE (AS APPLICABLE)
ASME CODE DATA REPORT (AS APPLICABLE)

6.1 INSTALLATION, OPERATION AND MAINTENANCE MANUALS


6.2 BILL OF MATERIALS
7.1
7.2
7.3
7.4
7.5
7.6

LIST OF MAJOR SUB-VENDORS


DRAWING SCHEDULE
PRODUCTION SCHEDULE
QUALITY PLAN
SUPPLIER'S ORGANIZATION FOR WORK EXECUTION
SHIPPING PLANS (AS APPLICABLE)

- FOUR COPIES OF TECHNICAL DOCUMENTS SHALL BE SUBMITTED


BEFORE EQUIPMENT SHIPMENT.
- PO NUMBER, RDC NUMBER AND PO ITEM NUMBER(S) SHALL BE
CLEARLY IDENTIFIED ON EACH DOCUMENT.

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SUPPLIER:
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MMG Tower, Piso 16, Calle 53, Urb.
PANAMA

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IMPORTANT INSTRUCTIONS TO SELLER


(Doc. Z_ME_PO_GEN_BE00, rev.3 03-Jan-2010)
If this Document is issued from BARIVEN, S.A. c/o PDVSA Services, BV, follow Instruction:
INSTRUCTION
This purchase order is issued by PDVSA Services, BV on behalf of, and for the account of BARIVEN, S.A. and is subject to the PDVSA Services,
BV Standard Terms and Conditions (Rev. 08-2009) for goods; or PDVSA Services, BV Standard Terms and Conditions (Revision 00-2009) for
Services; hereinafter referred to as T&C's, with the amendments and modifications as agreed upon between vendor and buyer. These T&C's are
an integral part of this purchase order, and are already in your possession. In the event that you do not have these T&C's, please advise us.
Acceptance of this purchase order signifies your acknowledgement, understanding, and acceptance of said Terms and Conditions.
If this order is covered by a Blanket Purchase Agreement or interactive agreement, the Terms and Conditions of the applicable Agreement
(number) mentioned on the item(s) of this purchase order apply to this document.
Vendor must acknowledge receipt of this purchase order within five days A.R.O. and must advise, or confirm, vendor's delivery date to PDVSA
SERVICES BV Fax number 31-70-3488540
Assignment of Credit Facility:
This purchase order may be selected for financing through a credit facility. Vendor may be required to provide additional information or
documentation required by the financial institution. If this is the case, our Finance Department will send further instructions.
Packing, Marking, Invoicing and Shipping Instructions:
As of May 2005 wooden packing to Venezuela must show a marking that the wood was either treated with methyl bromide or has been heat
treated and does not present/display evidence of quarantine pests. All wood used in the boxing/crating, palletizing, skidding, or blocking and
bracing of the material on this Purchase Order must have undergone sufficient processing or treatment in compliance with ISPM 15 of the
International Plant Protection Convention (IPPC) entitled "Guidelines for Regulating Wood Packaging Material in International Trade". All wood
subject to this regulation shall be marked as specified in Anex II of the regulation. Non-conformance will result in confiscation of the entire
shipment by Venezuelan port/airport authorities. For specific details, please refer to the IPPC website: www.ippc.int.
Do not dispatch until you have read and understood our packing, marking, invoicing, and shipping instructions for vendors: Form BGE 417 (SAP
standard note B0018). This form, an integral part of this document, is already in your possession, an extra copy is available on request to the
designed buyer mentioned on the front page of this purchase order.
Unless indicated differently in the Purchase Order, your obligations against this order will be considered fulfilled, only if your export shipping
documentation, including the required set of original manually signed invoices, is submitted to our forwarders at the latest on the same day cargo
is delivered in accordance with the delivery terms of the Purchase Order. In case seller is responsible for the export arrangements to destination
obligations will be considered fulfilled upon receipt of one set of original shipping documents at the PSBV office.
Invoice to:
Bariven, S.A.
c/o PDVSA SERVICES B.V.
P.O. Box 17111
2502 CC The Hague
The Netherlands
Attn: finance department
Phone: +31-70-3488588; Fax: +31-70-3488540
We require (1) original invoice.
Please include our Purchase Order (PO) number on all invoices. Your bank account and routing information must be included on your invoice. All
payments are processed via "ACH" (Automatic Clearing House) electronic funds transfer. Our standard invoice processing is upon delivery in
accordance with PO delivery terms, 100% net 30 days after receipt and approval of your invoice, unless otherwise specified in this Purchase
Order.
FOR US. GOODS REQUIRING EXPORT LICENSE.
DESTINATION CONTROL STATEMENT:
According to U.S. Export Administration Regulations, Chapter 758.6,
"These commodities, technology or software will be exported from the Port of Origin in accordance with the Export Administration Regulations.
Diversion contrary to U.S. law is prohibited." Ultimate destination as per shipping marks in the Purchase Order.
The person responsible for preparation of, the invoice and on the bill of lading, air waybill, or other export control document that accompanies the
shipment from its point of origin to the ultimate consignee or end-user abroad is responsible for entry of the DCS.
NOTE TO SUPPLIERS:
Invoices will not be processed unless all export or quality documents are provided.

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SUPPLIER:
Derwick Associates, S.A.
MMG Tower, Piso 16, Calle 53, Urb.
PANAMA

Regards,
Bariven, S.A.- C/O. PDVSA Services, B.V.
Purchasing Agent

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