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NATIONAL OIL CORPORATION

GENERAL ENGINEERING SPECIFICATION

GES Z.05

PRODUCED WATER DISPOSAL

Rev Date Description Checked Approved


0 1999 Issued for Implementation ABB

Compiled by Teknica (UK) Ltd


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INDEX

SEC TITLE PAGE

1.0 SCOPE OF SPECIFICATION 4

1.1 Introduction 4
1.2 Scope of Supply 4
1.3 Codes and Standards 5
1.4 NOC Specifications 6
1.5 Data Sheets 7

2.0 DEFINITIONS 7

2.1 Contractual 7

3.0 DUTY OF PLANT 8

3.1 Capacity 8
3.2 Feed 8
3.3 Produced Water Disposal Product 9
3.4 Purge Gas 10
3.5 Effluent 10

4.0 SUPPLIES 10

4.1 Utilities 10

5.0 PROCESS 11

5.1 Process Flow Diagram (PFD) 11


5.2 Environmental Consideration 11
5.3 Settling Ponds 12
5.4 Injection/Disposal Facilities 12
5.5 Surge Holding Tank 12

6.0 MECHANICAL 12

6.1 Piping and Instrument Drawing 12


6.2 Equipment 13
6.3 Materials 14
6.4 Piping/Flowlines 14
6.5 Steelwork 14
6.6 Buildings 14

7.0 ELECTRICAL & INSTRUMENTATION 15

7.1 Electrical 15
7.2 Instrumentation 15

SEC TITLE PAGE


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8.0 SAFETY SYSTEMS 16

8.1 Pressure Relief 16


8.2 Surge Absorbers 17
8.3 Shutdown Systems 17
8.4 Safety Procedures 17

9.0 INSPECTION AND TESTING 17

9.1 Inspection 17
9.2 Factory Testing 18
9.3 Performance Testing 18

10.0 DOCUMENTATION 18

10.1 Introduction 18
10.2 Schedules/Reports 18
10.3 Data and Calculations 19
10.4 Drawings 19
10.5 Manuals 19

11.0 PRIOR TO SHIPMENT 20

11.1 Painting 20
11.2 Spares 20
11.3 Packing and Storage 20
11.4 Shipping 20
11.5 Warranty 20

Figure 1 - Produced Water Disposal Schematic Diagram 21

DATA SHEETS (7)


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1.0 SCOPE OF SPECIFICATION

1.1 Introduction

1.1.1 This specification covers the minimum requirement for the design, engineering, material
selection, testing, documentation and preparation for shipment of equipment, documentation,
warranting and supply of produced water disposal facilities for onshore oil installations. Skid
mounted equipment shall be provided where practical.

1.1.2 The scope of this specification covers the disposal of produced water effluent, received from
primary separation of wellhead fluids, in conventional gas oil separation processing (GOSP)
facilities. The produced water product may or may not be treated prior to disposal to surface,
subsurface injection into a formation, or to a location specified on the Data Sheets, excluding
discharge to sea.

1.1.3 The produced water disposal facilities include the basic settling tanks, ponds, pumping facilities
and other accepted process units necessary to dispose of the separated water at the quality and
quantity specified on the Data Sheets.

1.1.4 The produced water disposal facilities shall be complete with all ancillaries, controls, metering,
etc. Where disposal through subsurface injection into a formation is specified, tie-in to wellheads
will be excluded from the Vendor/Contractor's scope and the wellhead installations provided by
Others.

1.1.5 The Vendor/Contractor shall comply fully with the provisions laid down in this specification.
Any exception must be authorised in writing by the Owner.

1.1.6 In the event of any conflict between this specification and the Data Sheets, or with any of the
applicable specifications, codes and standards, the Vendor/Contractor shall inform the Owner in
writing and receive written clarification before proceeding with work.

1.1.7 This General Engineering Specification shall form part of the Purchase Order/Contract.

1.2 Scope of Supply

1.2.1 The Vendor/Contractor shall offer his own tried and well proven design to match the specified
duty, provided that:

a) it meets the requirements of this specification;

b) it is capable of producing the produced water for disposal at the guaranteed capacity,
purity and conditions specified on the Data Sheets;

c) it maximizes the oil from water separation while minimising utility and power
consumption.

1.2.2 The site installation and hook-up of the produced water disposal facility shall be performed by
the Owner or if specified by the Owner appointed independent construction contractor with
supervisory assistance provided by the Vendor/Contractor.

1.2.3 The process systems and skid mounted unit(s) for the produced water disposal facilities shall
include the following items as a minimum, complete with all ancillaries as applicable to the
required configuration:

a) settling tank(s), settling pond(s), evaporation pond(s), booster pump(s), injection or


transfer pump(s) and all other process equipment necessary to meet the Data Sheets
requirements;
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b) where required, pressure surge tanks, with inert atmosphere;

c) complete process systems skid(s) mounted units, ready for hook-up mechanical
completion and commissioning to the Owner's interface provisions;

d) all instrumentation controls, alarms, shutdown systems, isolation valves and link-up to
Owner's distributed control systems, if required by the Data Sheets;

e) pressure/vacuum relief and venting systems;

f) all internal skid piping for process and utility systems terminating at the skid edge with a
flange and blind flange;

g) all interconnecting piping and piping spools necessary for hook-up of skids at site, if
specified on the Data Sheets;

h) all electrical connections terminating at the skid edge with a junction box, except for
pump motors;

i) flow measuring devices for feed and product streams, if required on the Data Sheets;

j) manual sampling points for feed, product and effluent streams, if required;

k) civil works steel structures, ladder, stairways, walkways and skid support frame;

l) fire protection if required for any item of the package including the ring main, fire
monitors and all components to complete the system, if specified;

m) fuel gas conditioning, complete, if called for by the Data Sheets as a source of power
generation or as a drive source for the injection pumps;

n) hook-up capability to utility systems for plant and instrument air, and other utilities, if
required by the Data Sheets;

o) vent, drains and wash down systems, sump and vertical sump pump if required to
return any accumulated oil, which has been carried over and separated, back into the
production vessels.

1.2.4 The items of equipment within the scope of specification GES Y.01 are included with this
specification i.e:-

treater separator vessels, hydrocyclones, oil-water flotation separator cell systems and pressure
filters are included with the scope of this specification.

1.3 Codes and Standards

1.3.1 The design shall comply fully with this specification and with the following codes and standards:

ASME VIII Boiler and Pressure Vessels Code

NACE RP 475 Selection of Metallic Materials to be Used in all Phases of Water


Handling for Injection into Oil Bearing Formations
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API 520 Sizing Selection and Installation of Pressure - Relieving Devices in Refineries

1.3.2 Unless specified otherwise in the Purchase Order/Contract, the current editions of the codes and
standards at the time of the order should be used.

1.4 NOC Specifications

1.4.1 The following NOC Specifications are an integral part of this specification and any exceptions
shall be approved in advance by the Owner:

GES A.03 Packaged Units Layout, Spacing and Assembly

GES A.04 Noise Level Criteria and Noise Control of Mechanical Equipment

GES A.06 Site Data

GES B.16 Process and Utility Buildings

GES D.01 Atmospheric Storage Tanks (API 650)

GES D.02 Accessories for Atmospheric Storage Tanks

GES D.06 Small Storage Tanks (API 12D)

GES D.07 Sump Tanks

GES G.01 Centrifugal Pumps (API 610)

GES G.02 ASME Centrifugal Pumps

GES J.14 Package Unit Instrumentation

GES L.11 3-Phase Induction Motors (Low Voltage)

GES L.26 Plant Lighting

GES L.28 Electrical Requirements for Packaged Units

GES L.31 Area Classification

GES P.01 Piping Material Specification

GES P.06 Plastic and Glass Fibre Piping

GES P.08 Cement Lined Piping

GES P.09 Steel Piping Fabrication (Shop or Field)

GES Q.01 Earthworks (Inc. Site Preparation, Pits and Trenches)

GES Q.03 Foundations and Piling

GES Q.04 Concrete Structures


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GES Q.14 Design Loads for Structures

GES Q.15 Water Retaining Structures

GES S.01 Steelwork Structures

GES S.06 Skid Assemblies

GES U.04 Filters For Water Treating Systems

GES U.08 Chemical Injection Units

GES V.01 Coded Pressure Vessels (ASME VIII)

GES V.07 Internals for Vessels and Columns

GES X.01 Surface Preparation and Painting Application

GES X.02 Colour Coding of Equipment and Piping

GES X.03 External Protective Coatings

GES X.06 Factory Coatings For Electrical Equipment and Instruments

GES X.07 Coating and Wrapping of Buried Pipework

GES Y.01 Produced Water Treaters

GES Y.11 Packages Pressure Filters

1.5 Data Sheets

1.5.1 The technical data applicable to the design of the produced water disposal systems is furnished
on the attached Data Sheets, which form part of this specification.

1.5.2 It is the Vendor/Contractor's responsibility to verify the consistency of the data supplied and
seek the clarification of the Owner, if required, to ensure that all the required information is
available.

1.5.3 The Vendor/Contractor shall complete the Data Sheets with the remaining information and
submit them with his proposal.

2.0 DEFINITIONS

2.1 Contractual

The commercial terms used in this specification are defined as follows:

2.1.1 Owner

The oil and gas company, an associate or subsidiary, who is the end user of the equipment and
facilities.
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2.1.2 Purchaser

The company supplying the equipment and material.

2.1.3 Vendor

The company supplying the equipment and material.

2.1.4 Contractor

The main contractor for a defined piece of work.

2.1.5 Sub-Contractor

A company awarded a contract by a Contractor to do part of the work awarded to the Contractor.

2.1.6 Inspection Authority

The organisation representing the Owner, or Vendor/Contractor that verifies that the equipment
and facilities have been designed, constructed, inspected and tested in accordance with the
requirements of this specification and the Purchase Order/Contract.

2.1.7 Inspector

A qualified individual representing the Owner, Vendor/Contractor or the assigned Inspection


Authority, who verifies that the equipment and facilities have been designed, constructed,
inspected and tested in accordance with the requirements of this specification and the Purchase
Order/Contract.

3.0 DUTY OF PLANT

3.1 Capacity

3.1.1 The rated capacity of the produced water disposal facility shall be as specified on the Data Sheets.

3.1.2 The Vendor/Contractor shall provide the plant facilities the rated capacity specified on the Data
Sheets with due consideration to the following aspects of the field operation:

a) forecast water to oil ratio over the life of the oil field concerned;

b) produced water disposal rate for above surface;

c) produced water disposal rate subsurface into a formation.

3.2 Feed

3.2.1 The block diagram Figure 1 attached, outlines the alternate process paths for development of an
integrated produced water disposal system.

3.2.2 The diagram is self explanatory and shows the ultimate arrangement for a produced water
disposal system prepared for subsurface injection into a formation. The system comprises of
chemical injection facilities for corrosion inhibition, scale inhibitor, oxygen scavenger etc.,
produced water treater, filtration unit, booster and injection disposal pump facilities complete
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with pressure, flow and surge control.

3.2.3 A conventional produced water disposal scheme is arranged in paralleled and takes care of any
excess water produced or operational upsets in the subsurface injection disposal system.
Produced water from this scheme is either led to an evaporation pond or to a local run off if
necessary.

3.2.4 The feed to the produced water disposal facility shall be the effluent water stream from GOSP
separation vessels and surge/wash tanks, with typically the oil in water carry over levels as
outlined below:

Description Oil in Water Normal (ppm)

Production Separators 1000 to 10000


Degassers 500 to 5000
Electrostatic Dehydrators/Desalters 100 to 500
Surge Tank < 100
Wash Tank < 100
Test Separator 1000 to 10000

3.2.5 The produced water oil content and feed characteristics to the disposal facilities shall be as
specified on the Data Sheets.

3.2.6 The Vendor/Contractor shall specify on the Data Sheets the maximum acceptable upset feed
flowrate corresponding to the guaranteed parts per million concentration for oil and solids in the
outlet disposal water that may occur due to upset conditions in the GOSP separation equipment.

3.2.7 The frequency and volume of surges or oil slugs shall be stated on the Data Sheets by the Owner
along with the volume percent oil carry over in the produced water to the treating facilities.

3.2.8 The Vendor/Contractor shall complete the Data Sheets and provide all outstanding information
and where applicable all simulation and laboratory test results to verify the separation
characteristics of the disposal water including oil droplet and solids particle size distribution.

3.2.9 The Vendor/Contractor shall include in the design, adequate equalisation capacity to allow for
surges in feed flowrate and for oil in water carry over fluctuations that generally occur in the
operation of GOSP separation equipment.

3.3 Produced Water Disposal Product

3.3.1 The Vendor/Contractor shall guarantee the produced water quality prior to injection/disposal,
volumetric flowrate and final pressure conditions to match the requirements as specified on the
Data Sheets.

3.3.2 The produced water disposal quality guaranteed by the Vendor/Contractor shall be dependent
on the final disposal location for the water i.e:

Sub-surface

For re-injection, to subsurface wells, the guaranteed parameters shall include the following as a
minimum if requested on the Data Sheets:

a) oil in water;

b) suspended solids in water;


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c) oxygen in water;

d) other dissolved gases including hydrogen sulphide it present;

e) chemical injection to inhibit scale formation, bacterial action and corrosion.

Above Surface

For above surface disposal the Vendor/Contractor shall ensure that all local and international
legislation applicable parameters are addressed and adhered to, if required by the Data Sheets.

Consideration shall be given to the following maximum oil in water levels presently applicable to
the locations specified for produced water disposal:

Disposal Environment Oil in Disposal Water (ppm)

Inland Agricultural Area 0 ppm


Inland Discharge to Desert Wadi 8 ppm - Note 1
15 ppm - Note 2
Reservoir Reinjection 2 ppm - Note 3

Note 1 : Based on average over 30 days,


Note 2 : No individual discharge shall exceed 15 ppm,
Note 3 : Dependent on reservoir requirements and shall be as specified on the Data Sheets which
may also specify entrained solids limitation.

3.4 Purge Gas

3.4.1 Purge gas may be utilised to maintain an oxygen free atmosphere for produced water prior to
injection disposal into a subsurface formation.

3.4.2 The gas characteristics available for purging and blanketing are as specified on the Data Sheets.

3.5 Effluent

3.5.1 The produced water disposal effluent to local run-off may be a composite mixture of produced
water concentrates from the disposal process units i.e from evaporation pond, skim pond, filter
back wash or from the surge holding volume.

3.5.2 Oil concentrates from produced water disposal facilities shall be returned to the GOSP or to the
destination specified on the Data Sheets.

3.5.3 The Vendor/Contractor shall identify each effluent stream including solids, its flowrate,
composition, and specify the disposal method on the Data Sheets.

4.0 SUPPLIES

4.1 Utilities

4.1.1 The Owner shall supply the following utilities:

a) electrical power for pump motors and process equipment;

b) electrical supply for instruments;


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c) potable water;

d) instrument air;

e) purge gas.

The data for these supplies is given in the attached Data Sheets.

4.1.2 The Vendor/Contractor shall specify on the Data Sheet the process parameters for each utility
required to operate the disposal facility during normal operating, maximum and upset
conditions.

5.0 PROCESS

5.1 Process Flow Diagram (PFD)

5.1.1 The Vendor/Contractor shall provide a detailed process description, process mass balance and
process flow diagram to verify the acceptability of the process scheme to meet the requirements
of the Data Sheets.

5.1.2 A conventional oil field produced water disposal facility may include a settling pond and an
evaporation pond, with local run-off of the excess water. This basic scheme is installed from day
one when first oil production commences in the field. The initial design of the water systems is
generally completed by the engineering Contractor of the grass root GOSP facility.

As the field continues production over an extended period, water cut increases and local run-off
becomes unacceptable. To protect the local environment, the need for subsurface disposal into a
formation or alternate disposal method becomes a necessity.

5.1.3 This specification encompasses a process scope all inclusive, where the disposal facilities require
review and addition to those installed with the initial operation of the GOSP. The Data Sheets
shall indicate the scope, as applicable to the specific project.

5.2 Environmental Consideration

5.2.1 The siting of the produced water skim and evaporation ponds shall generally be arranged close
to the GOSP area, for disposal waters free of hydrogen sulphide. This system design generally
permits the use of gravity flow from the process and for surface run off.

When hydrogen sulphide is present in the produced fluids, the camp site and settling ponds shall
be located distant from the crude oil production area. In such situations, the location of the camp
site and ponds relative to prevailing wind directions shall be considered as of major significance.

5.2.2 A prime purpose of the facilities is to protect the neighbouring above ground environment
against the disposal of any oil entrained in the produced water, that may occur during upset
process conditions within the GOSP. Should the ground water be sweet and water table be high,
in the area, an intrusion of salty or brackish water into the ground water, can cause serious
ecological problems.

5.2.3 The design of the facilities for conventional or subsurface disposal by injection, shall give full
consideration to the produced water forecast figures over the life of the field. The facilities shall
be capable of accommodating the ultimate water disposal rates with minimal stepwise addition
of planned new equipment.
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5.3 Settling Ponds

5.3.1 The Vendor/Contractor shall ensure that the sizing of the holding ponds, individually or
collectively, shall accommodate the liquid flow rates specified for normal, maximum and upset
conditions, indicated on the

Data Sheets. The recovered oil from the disposal system shall be recirculated to the process at the
location specified on the Data Sheets where:

(a) skim pond design shall be based on providing sufficient retention volume which
provides separation to a specified oil micron particle size, in accord with "Strokes"
equations. The Vendor/Contractor shall provide settling calculations for Owner
approval to verify the sizing basis of the skim pond for surge, or other selected design
flow conditions as specified on the Data Sheets;

(b) calculations for evaporation pond sizing basis, shall be submitted by the
Vendor/Contractor for Owner approval, if requested by the Data Sheets. Should
hydrogen sulphide be present in the produced water for disposal, vapour cloud
simulation data shall be provided for Owner approval to verify the safe location of the
pond for all atmospheric and operating conditions;

(c) discharge flowrate of water from the pond systems will be dependent on the flow
volumes handled. The excess water may be pumped for injection, or gravitate to a
selected soak away area;

5.4 Injection/Disposal Facilities

5.4.1 The conditioned produced water for disposal may be directed to a subsurface formation. This
scheme is installed in fields where conventional skim or evaporation ponds are not desirable due
to environmental reasons. In certain cases, a combination of subsurface disposal with emergency
run-off, via originally installed pond separating systems, is provided to facilitate disposal of
increased produced water flowrates.

5.4.2 The produced water disposal facilities shall be provided by the Vendor/Contractor to include
treating and filtration units complete with pumping systems:

(a) booster pumps, if required, to provide net positive suction head and to transfer water to
various plant items, as necessary;

(b) injection pumps;

(c) flow and pressure controls, including flow metering, emergency and shutdown systems;

(d) over pressure protection and surge control.

The attached Data Sheets summarise the requirements for the injection/disposal systems.

5.5 Surge Holding Tank

5.5.1 Generally not necessary and not employed. Skim pond shall be utilised instead.

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6.1 Piping and Instrument Drawing

6.1.1 The Vendor/Contractor shall carry out the detailed mechanical design and engineering of the
produced water disposal facilities.

6.1.2 The Vendor/Contractor shall submit with his proposal a Piping and Instrument Diagram (P&ID),
showing the piping, instruments and "Limit of Supply" details of the water disposal facilities.

6.1.3 All associated design documentation including calculations, drawings and specifications
necessary to complete the work shall be produced by the Vendor/Contractor for approval of the
Owner.

6.1.4 The P&ID diagram shall show pipe sizes, pressure and temperature ratings and materials of
construction. Any items shown in the diagram not supplied by the Vendor/Contractor shall be
clearly marked.

6.1.5 The Vendor/Contractor shall provide P&IDs, Data Sheets and fabrication drawings for approval
by the Owner prior to shop fabrication.

6.2 Equipment

The produced water disposal facility shall be mounted on the minimum number of skids
consistent with the sizes and location of the individual equipment items and the required access
space as detailed in GES A.03.

Each skid shall be fully piped, instrumented and electrically wired including junction boxes to
permit direct site hook-ups. All necessary ladders and platforms for facility operation and
maintenance shall be provided.

The Vendor/Contractor shall supply interconnecting pipework between skids. Every


termination point on each skid shall have an isolation valve so that the skid can be isolated.

In the absence of specific requirements or mechanical design being provided by the Owner, the
complete mechanical design shall be executed by the Vendor/ Contractor.

6.2.1 Storage Tanks

The required storage tanks shall be as shown on the Data Sheets. The tanks may include the
recovered oil tank, the filter dirty backwash tank or other required tankage as agreed by the
Owner. The tanks shall comply with the following specifications, depending on the duty and
sizing requirement: GES D.01, GES D.02, GES D.06 and GES D.07.

6.2.2 Transfer Pumps

Centrifugal pumps provided for the water disposal facility may include a variety of related
services. The Vendor/Contractor shall supply centrifugal pumps in compliance with the
following specification GES G.02.

Unless otherwise stated, 100% spare pump capacity shall be provided by the Vendor/Contractor
for all transfer pumps.

6.2.3 Filters

Filters for the produced water disposal systems shall comply with specification GES U.04.

6.2.4 Injection Pumps


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The injection pumps and their drivers shall, as appropriate, comply with the following
specifications GES G.01 and GES L.11.

Unless otherwise stated, 100% spare pump capacity shall be provided by the Vendor/Contractor
for all injection pumps.

6.2.5 Wellhead Filters

The wellhead filters shall comply with the following specification GES Y.11.

6.3 Materials

6.3.1 The Vendor/Contractor shall be responsible for selecting the correct material and corrosion
allowance for the fluids being processed and obtaining Owner's approval of his selection.

Materials of construction for piping, vessels and equipment items shall be shown on the P&ID
and the vessel and equipment Data Sheets.

The following specification shall be used as a guide for selecting corrosion resistant metallic
materials for the produced water disposal systems NACE RP 475.

6.4 Piping/Flowlines

6.4.1 Piping

The interconnecting piping between the various equipment items including the connection
between skid units such as: produced water treater, filtration unit, booster and injection pumps
etc. shall be in the Vendor's/Contractor's scope.

The produced water disposal facility piping, valves, fittings etc. shall be specified by the
Vendor/Contractor and shall satisfy as appropriate the requirements of GES P.01, GES P.02, GES
P.06 and GES P.08.

Pipe stress design and piping support requirements shall be part of the Vendor's/ Contractor's
scope. No pipe loading and/or expansion shall be transferred beyond the edge of the skid
assembly. Each termination point shall end with a flange or flanged valve.

6.4.2 Flowline

Field flowlines/trunklines to water injection wells or from the source water wells shall generally
be outside the scope of water injection facility, unless specifically included in the scope by the
Owner and specified on the Data Sheets.

6.5 Steelwork

6.5.1 The produced water disposal equipment plus the associated piping and instrumentation shall be
furnished on structural steel skids, which conform with GES S.01, GES S.02 and GES S.06.

Should difficulties arise which preclude item or items being skid mounted, the
Vendor/Contractor shall consult the Owner.

Foundation plans shall be prepared by the Vendor/Contractor and shall include complete weight
and loading information.
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6.6 Buildings

6.6.1 The Vendor/Contractor shall provide buildings in accordance with the requirements specified on
the Data Sheets.

In particular, the requirements for sun shades or housing shall be identified on the Data Sheets
for the booster/injection pumping units and for local panels. The process and utility building(s)
shall comply with GES B.16.

7.0 ELECTRICAL AND INSTRUMENTATION

7.1 Electrical

7.1.1 General

All electrical equipment for the produced water disposal facility shall be furnished and installed
by the Vendor/Contractor in accordance with GES L.28.

Area classification for the equipment including instrumentation, shall be defined as per GES L.31.

7.1.2 Starters and Control

The electric motor starters will not be installed on the skid, but located in a remote motor control
centre by others.

Junction box, local start/stop push-button stations and running/stop indication lights shall be
located on skid.

7.1.3 Electrical Motors

Electric motors shall be squirrel-cage induction type, and shall meet the requirement of GES L.11.

7.1.4 Plant Lighting

The Vendor/Contractor shall provide suitable plant lighting for the water disposal facilities in
accordance with GES L.26.

7.2 Instrumentation

7.2.1 General

The Vendor/Contractor shall provide all the instrumentation for the water disposal facility.

Instrumentation for the water disposal facility shall be designed, selected and installed by the
Vendor/Contractor in accordance with GES J.14.

7.2.2 Plant Control

The control equipment shall:

(a) control the flow, pressure and maintain the required levels in the treater, filtration unit
etc;
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(b) control the water injection pumps and the associated electric drive. A flow meter shall
monitor the injection flow rate.

All the controlled variables - temperature, pressure, flow and levels, shall be monitored by high
and low alarms.

7.2.3 Local Panel

A local control panel shall be supplied by the Vendor/Contractor unless advised otherwise by
the Owner and stated on the Data Sheets.

All main controllers are to be located on this panel.

The panel shall include an alarm board with indicating lights and associated visual and audible
alarm features.

Volt-free contacts shall be available in the control panel to allow alarms and plant stop buttons to
be sited remotely from the unit.

Any special control requirements, in particular for integration of the produced water disposal, for
injection control systems with existing process control logic (PCL) or distributed control systems
(DCS), shall be identified by the Owner and specified on the Data Sheets.

7.2.4 Analysers, Meters and Corrosion Equipment

The Vendor/Contractor shall supply any of the following equipment, which may be required:

(a) dissolved oxygen meter;

(b) turbidity meter (suspended solid measurement);

(c) corrosion meter;

(d) pH meter;

(e) cathodic protection equipment.

The specific supply for the above systems shall be shown on the P&ID with details on the Data
Sheet to verify Owner's requirements.

8.0 SAFETY SYSTEMS

8.1 Pressure Relief

Adequate pressure relief, in accordance with API 520 and GES J.10 shall be incorporated in the
design of each of the units for the produced water disposal facility.

Pressure relief valves shall be installed on all pressure vessels including:

(a) produced water treater;

(b) filtration unit;

(c) piping and pumping systems.


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8.2 Surge Absorbers

The Vendor/Contractor shall ensure adequate protection is provided to the produced water
disposal/injection piping system against pressure surges brought about by rapid changes in
water velocity either by sudden stoppage of pumps or other process reason.

The Vendor/Contractor shall state the design pressure for each item of equipment and each
piping system. It is the Vendor/Contractor's responsibility to provide a surge analysis for the
disposal facilities for approval of the Owner clearly defining the operation of surge control
equipment.

8.3 Shutdown System

The Vendor/Contractor shall provide an ESD shutdown system for the water disposal facilities.

The Vendor/Contractor shall provide for approval by the Owner a full logic system cause and
effect diagram, showing all automated trip functions to protect the water disposal facilities and
interfacing units for the following conditions:

(a) normal shutdown;

(b) emergency shutdown;

(c) other shutdown conditions, as specified;

(d) deviation from acceptable water quality specification.

Trip bypasses shall be provided where necessary.

8.4 Safety Procedures

The Vendor's/Contractor's Operating Manual must include all relevant safety procedures for
operation of the units and for handling of any chemicals employed in the facility.

9.0 INSPECTION AND TESTING

9.1 Inspection

9.1.1 All items of plant and equipment referenced within this specification shall be subject to
inspection by the Owner or its nominated agency as per the applicable GES specifications.

9.1.2 All inspection activities to be performed, including any special requirements, shall be agreed
with the Owner and shall be incorporated within the agreed Quality Control Plan. The plan shall
be provided by the Vendor/Contractor to the Owner at the commencement of the Purchase
Order/Contract.

9.1.3 Preference will be given to suppliers who have a Certificate of Conformity with ISO 9001
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awarded by a Quality Auditor acceptable to the Owner. Where the supplier does not have such a
certificate, he may be subject to a Quality Audit, by an organisation selected by the Owner, before
order placement.

9.1.4 The Owner shall reserve the right to carry out factory inspection to:

a) approve Vendor's/Contractor's premises;

b) witness fabrication stages as agreed in the Quality Control Plan.

9.1.5 The Owner or Owner's designated inspection representative shall have free access, at all times
while work on the Purchase Order/Contract is being performed, to all parts of the
Vendor/Contractor's works which concern the manufacture/fabrication of the equipment
ordered.

9.1.6 The Vendor/Contractor shall afford all facilities to satisfy the Inspector that the
equipment/materials being manufactured in accordance with the applicable Codes, Standards
and Owner specification.

9.2 Factory Testing

The Owner or its nominated Inspector shall carry out such inspection and tests as agreed for the
manufacture/fabrication of the equipment. The Vendor/Contractor shall provide access and
facilities for such inspection and tests.

9.3 Performance Testing

9.3.1 A performance test of the equipment for the water injection facilities shall be carried out at site by
the Vendor/Contractor in the presence of the Owner's representative.

9.3.2 The requirements of the performance test shall be agreed with the Owner and incorporated
within the Quality Control Plan provided by the Vendor/Contractor.

9.3.3 As a minimum, the performance test shall verify that the equipment for the water disposal
facility is capable of performing in full compliance with the process guarantee and that the units
are functioning in compliance with the turn down capacity predicted in the Data Sheets.

9.3.4 The performance test shall demonstrate the capability of the water disposal facilities to provide
water at the quality, the required pressure and flowrate specified on the Data Sheets.

10.0 DOCUMENTATION

10.1 Introduction

10.1.1 This section covers the documentation required for the design verification of the produced water
disposal facility.

10.2 Schedules/Reports

10.2.1 After order placement, a Production Schedule shall be prepared by the Vendor/Contractor for
review and approval of the Owner.
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Vendor/Contractor shall submit with his proposal a Quality Control Plan for the Purchase
Order/Contract.

After contract award, Vendor/Contractor shall send the Owner monthly progress reports
covering mechanical design, purchasing and fabrication of the equipment for the produced water
disposal facility.

10.3 Data and Calculations

10.3.1 The Vendor/Contractor shall provide 2 copies of the Data Books containing all the relevant
engineering, engineering calculations and fabrication data for the unit(s).

10.3.2 As minimum the data shall include the following:

(a) piping and instrumentation drawings (P&IDs);

(b) general arrangement drawings (showing outline dimensions of equipment and skids);

(c) detail equipment calculations, general arrangements and drawings of vessels as


applicable;

(d) related design data and detailed calculations, line designation tables/lists and equipment
lists;

(e) pertinent information required to verify associated codes and specifications;

(f) all Data Sheets as required by the applicable specifications for the equipment shall be
completed by the Vendor/Contractor and submitted with the bid;

(g) the Vendor/Contractor shall provide Data Sheets and fabricated drawings for approval
of the Owner prior to start of shop fabrication.

10.4 Drawings

Review and approval of drawings shall be according to the commercial section of the proposal or
contract.
Final technical documents shall be furnished complete with the following references:

Owner's name, Vendor/Contractor's name, Owner's Purchase Order/Contract reference,


Owner's identification code, title documents.

General arrangement drawings shall be provided to show the relative location and main
dimensions of all components.

10.5 Manuals

Six copies of the installation, operating and maintenance manuals shall be provided by the
Vendor/Contractor.

The operating and maintenance manuals shall include, but not be limited to, the following:

(a) operating and maintenance instructions for each piece of equipment;


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(b) a control sequence operation description covering the items supplied under the terms of
their process guarantee;

(c) normal start-up and normal shutdown procedure for the individual process operations of
the produced water facilities;

(d) emergency shutdown procedure.

11.0 PRIOR TO SHIPMENT

11.1 Painting

The surface preparation, painting and painting materials for the equipment of the water injection
facilities shall be in accordance with specifications GES X.01, GES X.02, GES X.03 and GES X.06.

11.2 Spares

The Vendor/Contractor shall submit with his proposal a priced list of recommended spares both
for commissioning and for two years operation for review by Owner.

11.3 Packing and Storage

11.3.1 This section describes the minimum requirements for the preservation and protection of the
equipment for the produced water disposal facility during sea and land transportation and
storage prior to installation.

The probable storage period will be specified in the order/enquiry document and will extend
from the time of despatch to the time of unpacking at site. If the storage period is not stated, a
minimum period of 24 months shall be assumed.

Packing shall be suitable for sea freight.

Prior to shipment, all instrumentation and other equipment vulnerable to damage shall be
disassembled and boxed separately for shipment.

11.4 Shipping

Detailed shipping arrangements shall be covered by the Purchase Order/Contract.

The produced water disposal facility unit(s) shall not leave the Vendor/Contractor's works until
the release has been approved by the Owner's Inspector.

11.5 Warranty

11.5.1 The Vendor/Contractor shall guarantee all equipment of his supply to be free from all defects in
design, workmanship and/or materials and shall replace, at his own expense, including and/or
all transportation and labour costs free to the job site, any part of the equipment proving
defective within one (1) year after commissioning, or two (2) years from the date of delivery,
whichever is the shorter period, or such period stipulated in the Purchase Order/Contract.

The Vendor/Contractor shall guarantee the performance of each unit operation within the
produced water disposal facility to provide the water quality at the flowrate and pressure
specified on the Data Sheet.
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In addition the overall guarantee the performance of the produced water disposal facility shall
provide the water for injection at the quality pressure, flowrate and turn down specified on the
Data Sheets in a safe manner which shall protect the systems against surge conditions applicable
for all modes of operation.

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SERVICE ITEM NO. No of UNITS

VENDOR / CONTRACTOR 1
Outline Description Of Work Contract Number 2
Field Supervision of Erection By Contractor 3
Yes [ ] No [ ] 4
SCOPE OF SUPPLY SUMMARY 5
Engineering Material Supply Construction 6
(Note 1) (Note 1) Installation 7
Settling Pond ( Note 1 ) Yes [ ] No [ ] Yes [ ] No [ ] Yes [ ] No [ ] 8
9
Evaporation Pond ( Note 1 ) Yes [ ] No [ ] Yes [ ] No [ ] Yes [ ] No [ ] 10
11
Chemical Injection Skid Yes [ ] No [ ] Yes [ ] No [ ] Yes [ ] No [ ] 12
13
Produced Water Treater Yes [ ] No [ ] Yes [ ] No [ ] Yes [ ] No [ ] 14
15
Filtration Units Yes [ ] No [ ] Yes [ ] No [ ] Yes [ ] No [ ] 16
17
Recovered oil Recirculation Pump Skid Yes [ ] No [ ] Yes [ ] No [ ] Yes [ ] No [ ] 18
19
Booster Pump Skid Yes [ ] No [ ] Yes [ ] No [ ] Yes [ ] No [ ] 20
21
Injection Pump Skid Yes [ ] No [ ] Yes [ ] No [ ] Yes [ ] No [ ] 22
23
Interconnecting Piping Between Skids Yes [ ] No [ ] Yes [ ] No [ ] Yes [ ] No [ ] 24
25
Pump Building / Control Panel Building Yes [ ] No [ ] Yes [ ] No [ ] Yes [ ] No [ ] 26
27
Flowlines/Trunklines Yes [ ] No [ ] Yes [ ] No [ ] Yes [ ] No [ ] 28
(Provide Full Description) 29
30
SKIDS SUPPLIED COMPLETE INCLUDING 31
32
Electrics Yes [ ] No [ ] 33
34
Automatic Controls and Shutdown Systems Yes [ ] No [ ] 35
36
Over Pressure Protection Yes [ ] No [ ] 37
38
NOTES 39
1. Specify scope required to already installed installations as a result of produced water disposal scheme . 40
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SERVICE ITEM NO. No of UNITS

VENDOR / CONTRACTOR 1
PRODUCED WATER DISPOSAL FEED CHARACTERISTICS Feed No 1 Feed No 2 Design Feed 2
Feed Identification 3
Field/ Sample Source Point 4
Location Name 5
Feed Flow Normal bblpd,USgpm(m³/hr) 6
Feed Flow Surge for Specified Time bblpd,USgpm(m³/hr)/ Min 7
Feed Flow Min ( Turndown) bblpd,USgpm(m³/hr) 8
Feed Water Pressure / Temperature psig(kPag)/°F(°C) 9
Base Sediment and Water BS&W % 10
Specific Gravity 11
pH 12
Oil Density at 60°F(16°C) lbs/ft³ (kg/m³) 13
Oil Viscosity at 60°F(16°C) cP 14
Water Viscosity at 60°F(16°C) cP 15
Suspended Solids Max Particle Size Micron 16
Oil in Water Max Particle Size Micron 17
Cations 18
Sodium and Potassium ppm (mg/l) 19
Calcium ppm (mg/l) 20
Magnesium ppm (mg/l) 21
Iron ppm (mg/l) 22
Other ppm (mg/l) 23
Total above cations ppm (mg/l) 24
Anions 25
Chloride ppm (mg/l) 26
Sulphate ppm (mg/l) 27
Carbonate/Bicarbonate ppm (mg/l) 28
Hydroxide ppm (mg/l) 29
Total above anions ppm (mg/l) 30
Total dissolved solids ppm (mg/l) 31
Sodium chloride ppm (mg/l) 32
Total Alkalinity ppm (mg/l) 33
Dissolved H2S ppm (mg/l) 34
Dissolved CO2 ppm (mg/l) 35
Total Suspended Solids ppm (mg/l) 36
Total Oil in Water ppm (mg/l) 37
SURGE 38
Specify Cause For Surge in Feed Flowrate 39
Specify frequency of Surge No/h 40
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SERVICE ITEM NO. No of UNITS

VENDOR / CONTRACTOR 1
FEED WATER SOLIDS DATA 2
Feed Water Solids Particle Density lb/ft³ 3
Feed Solids Particle Size (Specify Distribution ) % Micron Size 4
5
SKIM POND DESIGN DATA 6
Width of Pond ft ( m ) 7
Height Of Pond ft ( m ) 8
Length Of Pond ft ( m ) 9
Pond Distance From Feed Source ft ( m ) 10
Pond Elevation Below Feed Source ft ( m ) 11
Prevailing Wind Direction 12
Pond Live Volume bblpd USgpm (m³/hr) 13
Volume Flow To Pond Min /Nor/Max bblpd USgpm (m³/hr) 14
Pond Hold Up time Min/Nor/Max Min 15
Pond Material Of Construction 16
Flush Water Rate To Pond bblpd USgpm (m³/hr) 17
Oil Sump Width Height Length ft ( m ) 18
Solids Clean-out Provision Included Yes [ ] No [ ] 19
Produced Water Rate For Disposal bblpd USgpm (m³/hr) 20
Oil Overflow Rate bblpd USgpm (m³/hr) 21
Solids Accumulation Rate lbs/hr (kg/hr) 22
23
EVAPORATION POND DESIGN DATA 24
Specify Location Of Pond Relative To Datum ft ( m ) 25
Boundary Width of Pond ft ( m ) 26
Boundary Height Of Pond ft ( m ) 27
Boundary Length Of Pond ft ( m ) 28
Live Volume Of Pond bblpd USgpm (m³/hr) 29
Pond Hold Up time Min/Nor/Max Min 30
Pond Retaining Material Of Construction 31
Oil Separation Weir Provided Yes [ ] No [ ] 32
Oil Sump Width Height Length ft ( m ) 33
Solids Clean-out Provision Included Yes [ ] No [ ] 34
Evaporation Rate Min/Nor/Max bblpd (m³/hr) 35
Solids / Oil Accumulation Rate lbs/hr(kg/hr) 36
37
SUPPLEMENTARY EQUIPMENT 38
Some items of the following supplementary equipment maynot be applicable to specific installations. 39
The Contractor shall cancel through items which are not applicable and submit the data for applicable items with the Bid Subm 40
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SERVICE ITEM NO. No of UNITS

VENDOR / CONTRACTOR
PARALLEL PLATE SEPARATOR 1
Manufacturer 2
Design flow per Separator bblpd,USgpm (m³/hr) 3
Outlet oil Concentration guarantee ppm(mg/l) 4
Outlet max oil Particle size Distribution Micron% 5
Live Volume ft³(m³) 6
Size ft/ft/ft (m/m/m) 7
FLOTATION CELLS 8
Manufacturer 9
Number of Cells in Multistage unit No 10
Number of multistage units in parallel No 11
Design flow rate per Multistage unit bblpd,USgpm (m³/hr) 12
Outlet oil Concentration guarantee ppm(mg/l) 13
Live Volume ft³(m³) 14
Size ft/ft/ft (m/m/m) 15
BED FILTERS 16
Manufacturer 17
Filter Particle Material & size Micron 18
On line Flow direction (up, down, split) 19
Number of Filter beds in Parallel No 20
Design Flow per Filter bed Vessel bblpd,USgpm (m³/hr) 21
Outlet Filter Maximum Particle size Guarantee Micron 22
CARTRIDGE FILTER 23
Manufacturer 24
Filter Particle material & size Micron 25
On line flow direction (up, down, split) 26
Number Filter Elements No 27
Element Material 28
Design flow per cartridge bblpd,USgpm (m³/hr) 29
Outlet filter maximum particle size guarantee Micron 30
WATER INJECTION PUMPS 31
Pump manufacturer 32
Number of Pumps Provided 33
Driver type (gas turbine, electric motor) 34
Driver Power hp (kW) 35
Design Flow at Design Head per Pump bblpd,USgpm (m³/hr) at ft(m) 36
Design Suction Pressure psig(kPag) 37
Design Discharge Pressure psig(kPag) 38
Net Positive Suction Head Required (NPSH)r ft(m) 39
Discharge Piping Pressure Rating ANSI Rating 40
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PLANT LOCATION SHEET 5 of 7

SERVICE ITEM NO. No of UNITS

VENDOR / CONTRACTOR 1
WATER BOOSTER PUMPS 2
Pump manufacturer 3
Number of Pumps Provided 4
Driver type (gas turbine, electric motor) 5
Driver Power hp (kW) 6
Design Flow at Head per pump bblpd,USgpm (m³/hr)@ ft(m) 7
Design Suction Pressure psig(kPag) 8
Design Discharge Pressure psig(kPag) 9
Net Positive Suction Head Required NPSHr ft(m) 10
11
OTHER PUMPS (Specify) 12
Pump Title 13
Pump manufacturer 14
Number of Pumps Provided 15
Driver type (gas turbine, electric motor) 16
Driver Power hp (kW) 17
Design Flow @ Head per pump bblpd,USgpm (m³/hr) at ft(m) 18
Design Suction Pressure psig(kPag) 19
Design Discharge Pressure psig(kPag) 20
Net Positive Suction Head Required NPSHr ft(m) 21
22
TANKS 23
Title Of Tank 24
Number Required 25
Capacity of Tank (Live) bbls, ft³(m³) 26
Overall Dimension Height/Diam ft(m) 27
Tank Material of Construction 28
Specify Tank Lining 29
Inert Gas Purge Provided Yes [ ] No [ ] 30
Specify Type Of Relief Provided 31
Specify Cathodic /Other Protection Provided 32
33
PIPE WORK SUPPLY BY VENDOR/CONTRACTOR 34
All Pipework within Skids Yes [ ] No [ ] 35
Interconnecting Piping between Skids Yes [ ] No [ ] 36
Vapour Piping Systems (if applicable) Yes [ ] No [ ] 37
Drainage Piping Systems Yes [ ] No [ ] 38
Interface Piping/Tie-in Points Provided Yes [ ] No [ ] 39
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PLANT LOCATION SHEET 6 of 7

SERVICE ITEM NO. No of UNITS

VENDOR / CONTRACTOR 1
LOCAL PANEL 2
Local Panel provided for Pumping Unit(s) by Vendor /Contractor Yes [ ] No [ ] 3
Specify Local Panels Provided 4
Instrument Tie-in to Owners DCS System required Yes [ ] No [ ] 5
Emergency Shutdown System Provided By Vendor/Contractor Yes [ ] No [ ] 6
Provision For Future tie-in to Existing DCS Systems Provided Yes [ ] No [ ] 7
Panel Area Classification (Itemise Each Process Unit). 8
BUILDING/CRANAGE 9
Building Provided By Vendor/Contractor for Pumps/Other use Yes [ ] No [ ] 10
Overhead Crane provided for Pump Maintenance By Vendor /ContractorYes [ ] No [ ] Tonnage Capacity 11
UTILITIES AT SITE Consumption 12
Electrical Supply for motors Volts/phases/cycles hp(kW) 13
Electrical Supply for lighting Volts/phases/cycles hp(kW) 14
Electrical Supply for instruments Volts/phases/cycles hp(kW) 15
Process Unit Area Classification(Identify Each Unit as Outlined below) 16
Available at Site Consumption 17
Instrument Air Yes [ ] No [ ] psi(kPa)g scfm (nm3/h) 18
Plant Air Yes [ ] No [ ] psi(kPa)g scfm (nm3/h) 19
3
Utility Water Yes [ ] No [ ] psi(kPa)g USgpm(m /h) 20
3
Fuel Gas Yes [ ] No [ ] psi(kPa)g scfm (nm /h) 21
Fuel Gas Analysis Provided Yes [ ] No [ ] 22
3
Purge Gas Yes [ ] No [ ] psi(kPa)g scfm (nm /h) 23
Hydrocarbon Gas Analysis Provided Yes [ ] No [ ] 24
WATER QUALITY ANALYSERS 25
Continuous Water Quality Analyser Provided By Vendor /Contractor Yes [ ] No [ ] 26
Specify Analyser Duty 27
FIRE PROTECTION AND DETECTION 28
Fire Protection and Detection Provided by Vendor/Contractor Yes [ ] No [ ] 29
CHEMICAL INJECTION 30
Chemical Injection Systems Provided by Vendor /Contractor Yes [ ] No [ ] 31
FLOW METERS 32
Flow Measuring Devices Provided on Feed Yes [ ] No [ ] 33
Flow Measuring Devices Provided on Feed Yes [ ] No [ ] 34
SAMPLE POINTS 35
Sample Points Provided on Feed , Product and Effluent Streams Yes [ ] No [ ] 36
SITE INSTALLATION 37
Field Supervision of Erection By Vendor/Contractor Yes [ ] No [ ] 38
Civil and other installation Works By Vendor/ Contractor Yes [ ] No [ ] 39
Civil and other installation Works By Owner's Representative Yes [ ] No [ ] 40
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PLANT LOCATION SHEET 7 of 7

SERVICE ITEM NO. No of UNITS

VENDOR / CONTRACTOR
GAS TO PRODUCED WATER DISPOSAL SYSTEMS 1
Purge Gas Fuel Gas 2
Gas Source 3
Gas Flowrate Design scf/h(nm³/h) 4
Gas Pressure Design psig(kPag) 5
Gas Temperature Design °F(°C) 6
7
Gas Conditions 8
Summer Temperature Maximum/Minimum °F(°C) 9
Winter Temperature Maximum/Minimum °F(°C) 10
Summer Pressure Maximum/Minimum psig(kPag) 11
Winter Pressure Maximum/Minimum psig(kPag) 12
13
Gas Flowrate Maximum scf/h(nm³/h) 14
Gas Feed Flowrate Normal scf/h(nm³/h) 15
Gas Feed Flowrate Minimum scf/h(nm³/h) 16
17
Gas Provided Dry Yes [ ] No [ ] 18
Gas Provided at Dew Point Yes [ ] No [ ] 19
20
Sample Temperature °F(°C) 21
Sample Pressure psig(kPag) 22
23
Gas Analysis Mole Per Cent 24
Analysis Basis Wet or Dry Specify 25
Nitrogen 26
Carbon Dioxide 27
Hydrogen Sulphide 28
Other Specify 29
Methane 30
Ethane 31
Propane 32
i-Butane 33
n-Butane 34
i-Pentane 35
n-Pentane 36
Hexane 37
Water 38
Molecular Weight 39
Solids Fines : Identify Nature & Specify % Minus Mesh Size 40
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