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ONSHORE RECEIVING FACILITY (ORF) BUKIT TUA DEVELOPMENT PROJECT KETAPANG PSC, EAST JAVA, INDONESIA SPECIFICATION FOR PILING WORKS PREPARED FOR PC KETAPANG II LTD eu ‘CONSORTIUM, 2 pt. RAGA PERKASA EKAGUNA u pt. KRAKATAU ENGINEERING cuENT ENOMENS a cONS rk RUCTORS obo: apcato | contact No: s00028882 Doe is eo ae mt Date | Description By Chk. | App. | 11-BTORF-c-SPC-s002 [eter lsu or Review ra | ano | wr | ca Revision: 0 at | coer | roseeved tor Renew Fev | aww | wr ee or. | ano | wr | pcKetapang tie APPROVAL es pr RGF | se Date PC KETAPANG I LTD. EPCC OF ORF BUKIT TUA DEVELOPMENT PROJECT ‘SPECIFICATION FOR PILING WORKS REVISION LOG REGISTER Revisions had been performed on following pages No | Page| Date Revision 1_| 56 | 09-A013 | Code revicion. 2. 7 | 09-Apr-13 | Rechecked pile driving equipment 3_| 11 | 09-Apr-13 | Rechecked pile load test | [4 | 7 | 18-A0r-13 | Confirmation for type of pile driving method. | 6 18-Apr-13_| Confirmed comment for section 7.2.9, | 6 _| 11 | 18-Apr-13 _| Confirmed comment for section 82.1 Confirmed comment for section 8.2.3, the table of minimum holding 7 | 1 | 18-Apr-13 | time has been deleted 8_| 1 | 19-Apr-13 _| Revised cover. oe Page 2 of 12 PC KETAPANG IhLTD. EPCC OF ORF BUKIT TUA DEVELOPMENT PROJECT ‘SPECIFICATION FOR PILING WORKS TABLE OF CONTENT REVISION LOG REGISTER TABLE OF CONTENT INTRODUCTION. SCOPE, DEFINITIONS . ORDER OF PRECEDENCE CODES AND STANDARDS. FABRICATION 6.1 Concrete Pile 62 Tolerance. 6.3. Inspection 7. CONSTRUCTION... 74 Handling and Storage. 72 Pile Driving tei 7.2.4 Performance of Pile Driving Equipment 7.2.2 Cushions: 7.23 Leader and Trestle 7.2.4 Location and Length of Pile 7.2.5 Marking of Pile 7.26 Driving Procedure. 7.2.7 Final Set. 7.2.8 Heaving and Re-taping.... 7.2.9 Damage Pile 7.3 Pile Connecting and Pile Head Treatment 74 Construction Tolerance 7.4.4 Setting Out 7.4.2 Position. 7.4.3 Verticality 7.4.4 Cut Off Levels pe aene 7.8 Record etal @ PILE TESTING. ti 8.1 Pile Driving Test 7 a eee aD 82 Pile Load Test 10 8.2.1 Number of Pile Load Testor nconn i" mot 8.2.2 Selection of Piles, Time and Location of Test 4 8.2.3 Compressive Load Test iit at 8.2.4 Lateral Load Test. ve "1 8.2.5 Test Report u 83 Pile and Pile Driving i at seonnne NY 84 Curing of Load Test Pile. aie "1 85 Pile After Test. one anny ‘T1-BTORF-C-SPO-5102 Revo ~ Page Sof 12 PC KETAPANG ILTD, PCO OF ORF BUKIT TUA DEVELOPMENT PROJECT [SPECIFICATION FOR PILING WORKS 1. INTRODUCTION PC Ketapang Il Ltd (PCK2L) plans to develop the Bukit Tua Field, in the Ketapang Block, East Java Bukit Tua which is primarily an oll eld but with significant associated gas, is located 35 km north of Madura Island and 110 km northeast of Gresik at a water depth of approximately 57 m. WN Ketapang PSC ee er Madura adil suraba@ Figure 1.1: Bukit Tua Field Location The Preferred Development Option is a not-normally-manned Well Head Platform (WHP) which Is tied back to a spread-moored Floating Production, Storage and Offloading (FPSO), anchored approximately 900 m from the WHP. The Full Well Stream (FWS) from the wells are separated into {gas and liquid streams in the production separator on WHP. The gas and liquid are evacuated to the FPSO via two separate single phase 16° gas and 8" liquid infield flowlines. Associated gas is compressed and conditioned on the FPSO and exported via a 12” gas pipeline to WHP and there onwards via a 12" gas export pipeline to the Onshore Receiving Facilities (ORF) in Gresik. Oil is ‘exported by tandem mooring from the FPSO whilst produced water is treated for overboard disposal. The FPSO vessel, moorings, topsides and the flexible pipeline risers at the FPSO will be leased FPSO-WHP interfaces shall include the flexible pipeline risers and radio telemetry link for data, telephone and remote monitoring and control of the WHP from FPSO. 2, SCOPE This specification covers the general requirement for the fabrication, construction and testing of piling work for Onshore Receiving Facilly (ORF) of Bukit Tua Development Project, Ketapang PSC, East Java, Indonesia, 3. DEFINITIONS For the purpose of this specification, the following definitions shall be applied: Company PC Ketapang i Lid. Contractor Consortium of PT Raga Perkasa Ekaguna — PT Krakatau Engineering, which carry out all or part of the detailed design, engineering, procurement, construction, and commissioning (PCO) contract of the project. T1-BTORF-C-SPC-5002 Revd Page 4of 12 PC KETAPANG LTO. EPCC OF ORF BUKIT TUA DEVELOPMENT PROJECT ‘SPECIFICATION FOR PILING WORKS 4, ORDER OF PRECEDENCE Where conflict arises, the order of precedence will be: * Indonesia National Regulations/Codes/Standards + Petronas Technical Standards (PTS) + This Specification * Intemational Codes and Standards 5. CODES AND STANDARDS The following codes, standard and specification shall be considered as integral part of this specification. The latest issues of these documents at contract award shall apply. + Indonesian National Standards ( SNI) / Regulations ‘SN 15-2049-2004 Portland Cement ‘SN 07-2082-2002 Concrete Reinforcement Bars + Potronas Technical Standards (PTS ) PTS + Geotechnical and Foundation Engineering British Standards ( BS) BS 5136:1984 ‘Specification for atc welding of carbon and carbon ‘manganese steels. BS 5898:1980 ‘Specification for High Tensile Steel Wire and Strand for the Pre stressing of Concrete BS 6285:1982 ‘Specification for resistance seam welding of uncoated ‘and coated low carbon stee! BS 7386-1:1990 Evaluation and Measurement for Vibration in Buildings (Guide for Measurement of Vibrations and Evaluation of ‘Their Effects on Buildings) BS 7385-2:1993 Evaluation and Measurement for Vibration in Buildings (Guide to Damage Level from Groundborne Vibration), BS EN 12794:2005 Precast Concrete Products ~ Foundation Piles. + Amorican Standards ASTM AA16/A416M-128 Standard Specification for Steet Strand Uncoated Seven- Wire for Pre stressed Concrete ASTM Ad21/A421M-10 Standaré Specification for Uncoated Stress- Relieved Steel Wire for Prestressed Concrete ASTM AG1S/A615-12 Standard Specification for Deformed and Plain Carbon- Steel Bars for Concrete Reinforcement ASTM D1143 Standard Test Methods for Piles Under Static Axial Compressive Load ASTM 03689-07 Standard Test Methods for Deep Foundations Under Static Axial Tensile Load ASTM 3986-07 Standard Test Method for Piles Under Lateral Loads AWS D1.t Structural Welding Code - Steet AWS D1 Structural Welding Code - Reinforcing Steel AWS A5.4 Specification for Carbon Steel Electrodes for Shielded Metal Are Welding + Japanese Industrial Standard ( JIS ) JIS A 6335-1987 Pre-tensioned Spun Concrete Pile TBTORFCS! page Sok 12 PC KETAPANG LID. EPCC OF ORF GUKIT TUA DEVELOPMENT PROJECT ‘SPECIFICATION FOR PILING WORKS + Project Documents 41-BTORF-C-CRT-5001 Civil / Structural Design Basis 11-BTORF-C-SPC-5001 ‘Specification for Concrete Work 402000-00113-C!-TEN-5001 Geotechnical Study Report PCK2LIBTIOSB/3054/002 Geotechnical Survay, Engineering Report Onshore Soil Boring Gresik, Jawa Timur, Indonesia 6. FABRICATION 6.1 Concrete Pile Piles shall be pre-tensioned concrete spun pile meeting the requirement of JIS A 5335, with 400mm diameter. Concrete shall be Grade C80 in accordance with 11-BTORF-S-SPC-5001 “Specification for Concrete Work". Sulphate resistant cement shall be used for the conerete. Pre-stressed reinforcing steel shall be ASTM A416, ASTM Ad21, BS 5896 or equivalent. Lateral reinforcement shall be provided with reinforcing steel meeting the requirement of SNI 07-2052-2002, BITS 40, ASTM A615 Gr.60 or equivalent. Minimum concrete cover of the reinforcement shall be ‘50mm, Pile shall be designed to be crack-free, with allowable crack width shall be less than 0.05mm, Pad eyes or holes should be located such that it clears hammer, cap block and to be welded in the area to be cut-off after pile instalation is complete. Pile end shall be designed and fabricated to connect and resist required strength. 6.2 Tolerance Fabrication tolerances shall comply with BS EN 12794:2005 “Precast Concrete Products — Foundation Piles’. 6.3 Inspection All the material shall be certified by manufacturer. The certificates of each pile shall be submitted to Company on delivery. All the manufacture tests shall be witnessed by Company. 7. CONSTRUCTION 7.1 Handling and Storage The method and sequence of iting, handling, transporting and storing piles shall be such that the plies are not damaged. Only the designated lifting and support points shall be used. During transport and storage, piles shall be placed on adequate supports located undemeath the liting points ofthe piles. All piles within a stock shall be located in groups of same length. Packing of Uniform thickness shall be provided between piles at the lifting points. Engineering analysis shall be provided for all pile loading conditions during handling, liting and storage for review and approval by Company. Pile shall not be transferred to site until the concrete has achieved the specified characteristic stength 7.2. Pile Driving Prior to the commencement of the work, Contractor shall submit to company for review and approval a written statement describing the pile driving equipment, method of installation of piles, construction procedures and quality control procedure, Pile drivability analysis contained in Geotechnical Survey Report, PCK2L/BT/OSB/3054/002. and Geotechnical Study Report, 402000-00113-CI-TEN-5001 shall be deemed as reference and Contractor shall conduct definitive pile driveability analysis in consistent with proposed driving ‘equipments and methods to ensure that selected equipments will be able to drive the piles to the Boge Sofi PC KETAPANG LTD, EPC OF ORF BUKIT TUA DEVELOPMENT PROJECT ‘SPECIFICATION FOR PILING WORKS proper embedment depth without causing damage to the pile and excessive vibration to the surrounding facilties. Requirement for Pile Driving Test shall refer to Sect. 8.1 ofthis specification ‘As a mean of Quality Assurance the Contractor shail provide 2 Pile Installation Log Book to shall record the data as required by PTS 34,11,00.12 Section, 7.2.1 Performance of Pile Driving Equipment ‘The following documents shall be submitted for Company's approval: ‘+ Detailed description about pile driving equipment. * Type, weight, efficiency and stroke of ham mer + Pile drivability analysis report. For this specification, pile driving uses Hydraulic Hammer. As per document 402000-001 13-Cl- TEN-S001 Rev. C Geotechnical Study Report, the pile driving should not be within 6m of the vibration sensitive structure, The closest distance from the pile driving point to critical equipment (Spherical Tank at PT TPC Indoplastic) is #40m. However, vibration monitoring shall be performed to ensure no impact to this equipment, 7.2.2 Cushions Cushions shali be of proper shape and dimension to fit the hammer. Cushion material and thickness shall conform to the hammer manufacturer's recommendations and shall be subject to ‘Company approval. f one solid block of hardwood is used, the grain of the block shall be parallel to the axis of the pile. I laminated materials such as aluminium! micarta are used, the strength of such materials shall be equal to, or greater than, hardwood, The use of wood chips, small wood blocks, shavings, or other similar materials is not permitted. The continuous or frequent introduction of materials to cushion the hammer blows is prohibited, ‘Arrangement of cap-blocks shall be the same as the one used for driving the test ples. Cushions ‘or cap-blocks shall be replaced as offen as necessary to keep the driving efficiency at the same level as the value tested and Company representative shall have the right to ask Contractor to ‘change it if deemed necessary. Spare cushions shall be available on site and ready for immediate use. 7.2.3 Leader and Trestle At all stages during driving until incorporation in the superstructure, the pile shall be adequately supported and restrained by means of leaders, trestles, temporary supports or other guide arrangements to maintain position, alignment and to prevent buckling. These arrangements shall be such that damage to the pile does not occur. 7.2.4 Location and Length of For piling purpose, Contractor shall prepare piling plan drawing indicating the location, pile size, length and penetration depth of the piles and submitted to Company for approval. Pile penetration