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Scope of Work

It has been recently noticed that the Hanaho pit overall structural integrity has
extremely deteriorated due to lack of integrity inspections and periodic
maintenance. The pit was initially constructed to physically separate low volume
effluent discharges originating from the Sajaa plant closed drains system. Hence, it
is expected to be an appropriately designed and intact system that should
theoretically minimize and/or eradicate any adverse effect on the environment.
Sajaa plant 2012 groundwater & air quality analysis has shown severe
environmental contamination in the air and ground water surrounding the pit.
Enough documented evidence is in place to support the need for an immediate
assessment of the Hanaho pit structural strength and executing prompt major
repairs. Upgrading of the existing Hanaho pit evaporation pond will be also required
to prevent land & groundwater hydrocarbon contamination i e lining of the
evaporation pond.

Commencing with the Hanaho pit repair work is not recommended and technically
not possible as the pit is a live oil separation chamber receiving large volumes of
hydrocarbon effluents, hence, require fluids emptying will be first required prior to
commencing with inspection, excavation , and repair work.

Due to the above challenges it has been decided to split the Hanaho pit repair
scope of work into different phases. This scope of work will be tackling the first
stage of the repair work, stage 1, which will only cover identifying a temporary
isolation point which will be used to divert all closed drain discharges into a
temporary storage tank until the pit is inspected and all repairs are completed.

Below is the scope of work required for the execution of stage 1 of the Hanaho pit
work, i.e Hanaho pit temporary isolation scope of work:

Excavating a 4meters wide trench to expose the 2 inlet pit connections

shown in the below Diagram no.1 ( 6 & 5 inch diameter connections)
A minimum gap of 4 meters should be maintained between Hanaho pit and
the excavated area; as per the ground disturbance procedure. This will
eliminate the probability of the Hanaho pit wall collapse.
The trench excavation should stop after locating the firs flange. Please see
Drawing PC-UF-7 (Rev.15) attached for details. The flange will be send to
temporarily isolate the Hanaho pit by diverting the flow into a temporary
storage tank
Excavation depth is approximately 1.5 meters.

Note: The above work will be subject to compliance with PTW i.e. level1 & level 2
Diagram1-Hanho Pit Layout illustrating the 2 inlet and 2 outlet pit connections