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GDF SUEZ E&P Nederland B.V.Specification 610 Rev. 13 Page 2 of 56

CONTENTS

1.0 SCOPE

2.0 STANDARDS, CODES AND SPECIFICATIONS2.1 General Specifications2.2 Standards and Codes2.3 Certification

3.0 SERVICE CONDITIONS3.1 Environmental Conditions3.2 Indoors3.3 Outdoors3.4 Altitude3.5 Power Supplies3.6 Electrical System Variations3.7 System Neutral/Earthing3.8 Instrument Air Supply

4.0 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS4.1 Drawings and Specifications4.2 Work under Special Conditions4.3 Material, Workmanship and Suitability4.4 Area Classification4.5 Degrees of Protection4.6 Equipment Locations

5.0 FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS5.1 General5.2 Spare Requirements for Future Modifications5.3 Equipment Location5.4 Installation of Electrical Equipment5.5 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)

6.0 LIGHTING AND SMALL POWER6.1 Lighting

7.0 HEAT TRACING7.1 General7.2 Installation of Heat Tracing Cables7.3 Heat Tracing Junction Boxes

8.0 INSTRUMENT AND TUBING8.1 In-line Instruments8.2 Off-line Instruments8.3 Execution of Work8.4 Material Supply8.5 Identification

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9.0 TELECOMMUNICATION9.1 Public Address and Alarm System (PA)9.2 Wall outlets and patch panel connections

10.0 CABLING10.1 Cable Installation10.2 Cable Requirements10.3 Cable Systems10.4 Cable Bending Radius10.5 Cable Cleating and Strapping10.6 Cable Splicing10.7 Temporary Cables10.8 Cable Glands/Multi Cable Transits10.9 Cable Glands Selection10.10 Junction Boxes10.11 Cable Termination10.12 Spare Conductors

11.0 EARTHING11.1 General11.2 Main Earth Reference11.3 Protective Earth11.4 Instrumentation and Telecommunication Earth11.5 Equipotential Bonding11.6 Earth Bar and Earth Boss

12.0 SUPPORT SYSTEM12.1 Cable Support System12.2 Kick Plate/Protection Shield12.3 Equipment Brackets and Supports12.4 Earthing of Cable Trays

13.0 MARKING AND LABELLING13.1 General13.2 Cable Ladders13.3 Equipment13.4 Tubing for Air and Hydraulic Supply13.5 Cabling

14.0 MATERIALS14.1 Equipment Materials14.2 Junction Boxes14.3 Cable Support Systems14.4 Equipment Brackets and Supports14.5 Earth Bosses14.6 Fixing Materials14.7 Precautions against Galvanic Corrosion

15.0 Preferred Supplier List

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1.0 SCOPE

1.1 This specification describes the minimum requirements for the work to be performed by the Electrical/Instrumentation (E&I) Contractor in order to properly install, test and put in operation the electrical power, lighting control, earthing and other required systems for a production facility which will be/is located Ithe Dutch Sector of the North Sea.

1.2 All conflicts between the requirements of these relevant documents or package shall be referred to Company for clarification.

1.3 The omission from this specification of any item or items essential for the correct functioning of any part of the specified equipment shall be brought to the attention of Company. Failure to do this shall not absolve the Contractor from installing the equipment complete in every respect.

1.4 All substitutions and deviations from this specification shall be highlighted by Contractor who shall notify Company in writing of requested substitutions or deviations. Contractor shall not proceed with any such substitution, installation or purchasing prior to receiving Company's written approval.

1.5 Contractor shall not carry out any testing or pre-commissioning of equipment or bulk items without submitting prior notification to Company. Company reserves the right to witness all testing (functional, running, meggering, or otherwise) and pre-commissioning.

1.6 It shall be Supplier's responsibility to be, or to become knowledgeable of the requirements of the specified Standards and Codes. Any alterations or changes to the equipment to make it meet the aforesaid requirements shall be at the expense of the Supplier.

1.7 As used in this specification, the terms and phrases listed below are defined as follows:Supplier : The firm or person(s) contractually responsible to Company for the assembly, performance and

quality of the unit(s) described herein.Company : GDF SUEZ E&P Nederland B.V. Contractor : Party to whom the fabrication, installation, hook-up and commissioning are assigned.

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2.0 STANDARDS, CODES AND SPECIFICATIONS

The requirements of the standards, codes and supplemental specifications listed below shall be met unless specially excluded by this specification and specifications referred to herein.

2.1 General Specifications

503 General Specification for Pipe, Fittings and Valves.525 General Specification for Coating and Painting.611 General Specification for Fabrication, Assembly, Cabling Termination, Earthing and Testing of Electrical

Instrumentation Panels and Cabinets.612 General Specification for Instrument Inspection, Pre-commissioning and Commissioning.613 General Specification for Typicals for Electrical and Instrumentation.

Latest revision of above referenced specifications can be found on www.gdfsuezep.nl under downloads.

2.2 Standards and Codes

All equipment specified herein shall conform in design, material and performance with the latest editions (with amendments) of the following Codes and Standards current at time of order placement.

Dutch rules for working environment (ARBO arbeidsomstandigheden wet).Dutch Mine Regulations 31 October 2002 (Mijnbouw Wet, staatsblad 542).

Directive 94/9/EC (ATEX 95) Equipment and protective systems intended for use in potential explosive atmospheres.The latest CENELEC standards.

The Regulations of “Het Nederlandse Normalisatie Instituut“ (NEN) as applicable as such but not limited to:

NEN 1010 Safety provisions for Low Voltage Installations.NEN 2078 Requirements for industrial gas installations (Gas installatie tot 40 bar)NEN-EN 746-2 Industrial thermo processing equipment. Part 2 – Safety requirements for

combustion and fuel handling systems.NEN-ISO 21789 Gas turbines applications-safetyNEN-EN 1127 Explosive atmospheres – Explosion prevention and protection Part 1: Basic concepts

and methodologyNEN-EN-50110-1/2 Operation of electrical installationsNEN-EN 55015 Limits and methods of measurements of radio disturbance characteristics of

electrical lighting and similar equipment NEN EN 50522 Earthing of power installationS exceeding 1 kV ACNEN EN 60034 Rotating Electrical MachinesNEN-EN-IEC 60051 Recommendations for direct acting indicating electrical measuring instruments and

their accessoriesNEN-EN-IEC 60076 Power transformersNEN-EN-IEC 60079-1 Electrical apparatus for explosive atmosphere – part 1: Equipment protection by

flameproof “d”NEN-EN-IEC 60079-2 Electrical apparatus for explosive atmosphere – part 2: Equipment protection by

pressurized enclosure “p”NEN-EN-IEC 60079-5 Electrical apparatus for explosive atmosphere – part 5: Equipment protection

by powder filling “q”NEN-EN-IEC 60079-6 Electrical apparatus for explosive atmosphere – part 6: Equipment protection by

oil immersion “o”NEN-EN-IEC 60079-7 Electrical apparatus for explosive atmosphere – part 7: Equipment protection by

increased safety “e”

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NEN-EN-IEC 60079-10 Electrical apparatus for explosive atmosphere – part 10: Classification of hazardous areas

NEN-EN-IEC 60079-11 Electrical apparatus for explosive atmosphere – part 11: Equipment protection by intrinsic safety “i”

NEN-EN- IEC 60079-14 Electrical apparatus for explosive atmosphere – part 14: Electrical installations in hazardous areas

NEN-EN-IEC 60079-17 Electrical apparatus for explosive atmosphere – part 17: Inspection and maintenance of electrical installations in hazardous areas

NEN-EN-IEC 60079-18 Electrical apparatus for explosive atmosphere – part 18: Equipment protection by encapsulation “m”

NEN-EN-IEC 60079-27 Explosive Atmospheres – part 27: Fieldbus intrinsically safe concept (FISCO)

NEN-EN-IEC 60204-1 Electrical equipment of industrial machinesNEN-EN-IEC 60529 Classification of degrees of protection provided by enclosuresNEN-EN-IEC 61238-1 Compression and mechanical connectors for power cables for rated voltages up to

36 kV – Part 1: Test methods and requirements.NEN-EN-IEC 61936-1 Power installations exceeding 1 kV AC. (Replaces NEN 1041)

EMC DIRECTIVE Guide for the EMC directive 2004/108/ECEU CE MARKING conform European Rules 93/465/EEC

2.3 Certification

Equipment located in hazardous areas shall be certified in accordance with ATEX directive 94/9/EC. Only equipment with certification issued by the notified bodies will be accepted.

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3.0 SERVICE CONDITIONS

Equipment shall, in all respects, be suitable and/or protected for operation in service conditions typical for platforms in the North Sea and in a humid, saliferous and corrosive atmosphere. Unless otherwise specified in the Request for quotation and/or Purchase Order, equipment shall be suitable for use under the following conditions:

3.1 Environmental Conditions

Relative humidity may be as high as 90 percent at a maximum temperature of +35°C. Rapid changes of air temperature and pressure shall be taken into account. Saline and moist air.

3.2 Indoors:Maximum temperature : +35°CDaily average temperature : +20°C.Minimum temperature : not lower than +5°C.Relative humidity : up to 90%Air quality : saline.

3.3 Outdoors:Maximum temperature : +26°C.Daily average temperature : +15°C.Minimum temperature : -20°C.Relative humidity : up to 100%.Air quality : saline and moist.

3.4 Altitude

The altitude will not exceed 1000 meters above Mean Sea Level.

3.5 Power Supplies

The power supplies on the "existing" platforms constructed before 2005 are as follows: 6 kV AC, 3 phase, 3 wire, 50 Hz, un-earthed IT system in accordance with NEN 1041 380V, 3 phase, 4 wire, 50 Hz, TN-C-S system in accordance with NEN 1041 220V, 1 phase, 2 wire, 50 Hz, TN-S system in accordance with NEN 1010 24V DC, 60V DC, 110V DC, Battery systems, IT system in accordance with NEN 1010 48V DC, Battery systems, TT system in accordance with NEN 1010NOTE 1: Company shall indicate if platform is an existing or new location

The power supplies on the "new" platforms are as follows: 25 kV AC, 3 phase, 3 wire, 50 Hz, un-earthed IT system in accordance with NEN-EN-IEC 61936-1 6 kV AC, 3 phase, 3 wire, 50 Hz, un-earthed IT system in accordance with NEN-EN-IEC 61936-1 400V, 3 phase, 4 wire, 50 Hz, TN-C-S system in accordance with NEN-EN-IEC 60364-1 230V, 1 phase, 2 wire, 50 Hz, TN-S system in accordance with NEN-EN-IEC 60364-1 24V DC, 60V DC, 120V DC, Battery systems, IT system in accordance with NEN-EN-IEC 60364-1 48V DC, Battery systems, TT system in accordance with NEN-EN-IEC 60364-1

The one line diagrams provide further details of platform electrics; supply voltages, fault levels etc.

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3.6 Electrical System Variations

Electrical system variations shall be as follows: voltage DC : plus and minus 10 percent. voltage AC : plus and minus 10 percent. frequency : plus and minus 5 percent.

Electrical devices shall be selected on the basis that a 15% voltage dip of two seconds duration does not cause the equipment to shutdown.

3.7 Earthing DC Systems

System earthing shall be as follows: DC systems are floating and provided with artificial mid-point earthing for earth fault detection purposes,

sensitivity 5 mA. The positive pole shall be grounded for 48V DC power supply systems (communication purposes).

3.8 Instrument Air Supply

Instrument air pressure variations shall be as follows:- min. 6 barg- normal 8 barg- max. 10 barg- dewpoint < -40°C

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4.0 GENERAL REQUIREMENTS

The E&I Contractor shall be responsible for the following:

The furnishing of all labour, supervision, tools and test equipment required for the installation and testing of the complete E&I system as per contract.

The equipment is to be stored in a dry, heated store and handled in such a manner that upon final installation all materials and equipment reflect ex-factory finish, appearance and performance.

The testing and adjustment of all E&I equipment and material, including equipment and material furnished by others.

The furnishing of temporary electrical facilities that the Electrical Contractor may require for his operations under this contract.

The notification to the Company's representative at least 1 working week prior to performing any test for final equipment acceptance.

The notification to the Company's representative, as soon as possible, about the failure of any material, equipment or system to pass a test.

The documentation and certification of all tests and submission of these tests to Company's representative after each test is performed.

All certificates of delivered equipment shall be submitted to the Company's representative.

4.1 Drawings and Specifications

The E&I installation shall in every respect be in accordance with the drawings and specifications which cover the electrical and/or instrumentation work.

The E&I plan drawings accompanying this specification are diagrammatic in nature and do not indicate exact and complete routes of raceways and wiring. The location of electrical equipment is approximate and subject to minor corrections.

No measurements of a drawing by scale shall be used to establish dimensions for installation purposes. When not dimensioned, exact locations are to be defined in the field and shall be satisfactory to Company's representative.

Contractor shall be guided in his work by drawings of other trades, by architectural and structural drawings and by Supplier's equipment drawings.

Contractor shall mark-up one set of drawings indicating as-built conditions. During the project Contractor shall keep an up-to-date record of all changes in the E&I installation and indicate these changes on the relevant drawings. Company shall have access to these documents at all times.The following colour code will be used:Red = outBlue = inYellow = correctContractor shall produce all shop-drawings as can be regarded practical to clarify specific installation details. These drawings shall be returned to Company's representative after completion.

The addition of specifications or drawings to the list will not constitute extra cost if it merely amplifies and/or clarifies information already shown on previous drawings.

4.2 Work under Special Conditions

When work is to be done in an area where a fire or explosion hazard exists, a permit in writing from Company or his representative shall be obtained before flames of any kind, sparking tools or any other means of possible ignition are employed in the area.Platform operating conditions may preclude the issue of a permit immediately upon application and Contractor shall give reasonable notice of his requirements. Applications for permits shall be made during normal staff hours.

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Contractor shall provide a responsible HV and/or LV expert (I.V. in compliance with NEN-EN 50110) during theperiod of the contract.

Contractor shall provide electrical safety equipment as required and in such a manner as provide safety protection for all personnel in the area of work.

Contractor shall be responsible for the suitability and safety of the equipment used by him, and no equipment shall be used which may be unsafe or likely to cause damage.

Certain low voltage control circuits may require work to be performed while energized. Changes to or modification of energized power circuits shall be done only after clearance of the lines and equipment by Company's representative.

When work is to be done on part of the main electrical distribution system which is energized, Contractor shall not commence work until he has received a written permit from Company's representative to the effect that itis safe to do so. When the work is completed, Contractor shall sign the permit to that effect and return it to the Company's representative.

Contractor shall not operate switchgear forming part of the main distribution system or otherwise interfere with its operation.

No apparatus whatsoever shall be connected and made live without notification to Company's representative.

4.3 Material, Workmanship and SuitabilityAll material shall be new and free of defects and shall be the best quality of the respective kinds.

Where several approved manufacturers are shown for one type of material, all material of that type is to be of the same manufacturer.

All materials, equipment and methods of installation shall be approved by Company's representative.

Where specific manufacturers are mentioned in the specifications or drawings without qualification as to an alternate, only that particular make or catalogue number, etc. will be acceptable to Company's representative.

Contractor shall be responsible for furnishing all material and equipment necessary to complete the E&I installation in accordance with the specifications and drawings.

Contractor shall also furnish and install all material and equipment which is not specifically mentioned or shown but which is necessary for a proper, complete electrical service.

Concealed work shall be left open for inspection and test until approved by Company's representative.

All materials shall be approved prior to installation.

Contractor shall carry out all installation work with competent tradesmen with experience in this type of installation. Contractor shall provide competent technical supervision. The complete installation shall be of the highest grade and carried out in accordance with the relevant rules and regulations herein specified, and executed to the satisfaction of Company. Upon request training certificates shall be handed over. (NEN 1010, NEN 1041, NEN 3140, NEN 3840, ATEX etc,)

All tools, installation and testing equipment shall be provided by Contractor for his use. Where special tools are recommended by any equipment manufacturer, Contractor shall conform to such recommendations.

Any equipment damaged or broken on site shall be replaced or repaired by Contractor at his cost.

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All motors received by Contractor shall be inspected/tested upon receipt and monitored thereafter while in the care of Contractor. A record of all insulation readings will be forwarded to Company upon request.

4.4 Area Classification

The equipment will be located in either a safe, or a potentially explosive atmosphere. Each area will be classified as shown on the Hazardous Area Drawings.

However, all outdoor equipment including HVAC equipment shall be classified for use in hazardous areas, equipment and wiring must comply with the NEN-EN-IEC 60079-14.EX’n’ equipment shall not be used.Deviations are subject to written approval by Company.

As minimum requirement equipment shall be suitable for gas group IIB, temperature class T3. Equipment installed inside battery rooms shall be suitable for gas group IIC or IIB+H2, temperature class T3.In case the requirement cannot be fulfilled, Contractor/Supplier shall be subjected for approval by Company Where certified or approved equipment is not available to meet the specific requirements of a classified area, equipment certified or approved for a more hazardous condition shall be employed, (i.e. when Zone 2 equipment is not available, Zone 1 equipment shall be used).

The Area Classification will be specified as either:a) Zone 0.b) Zone 1.c) Zone 2.d) Deviated area.e) Non Hazardous.

4.5 Degrees of Protection

Depending on the location of the equipment or Packaged Units, one of the following degrees of protection of the enclosure against contact with live or moving parts and against ingress of solid foreign bodies and liquids shall be selected in accordance with IEC 60529. Indoors IP-41; Outdoors IP-56 as a minimum.

4.6 Equipment Locations

All equipment and materials shall be installed in accordance with the relevant drawings and this specification. Any variations from the proposed positions shall be agreed in writing with Company prior to installation.

Control stations and safety switches with padlock facility in off mode, for motors and equipment shall be located as near as possible to the subject motor or equipment.

Electrical control components shall be located so as to be accessible from aisles and walkways used in normal operation. They shall be mounted with their centre lines at approximately 1200 mm above the platform or floor.

Sufficient free space for maintenance and escape routes shall be maintained in accordance with the applicable regulations or standards.

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5.0 FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS

5.1 General

Ex-certified equipment shall be selected in compliance with the applicable standards and area classification drawings.

5.2 Spare Requirements for Future Modifications

The requirements are related to spare at the time of plant start-up.

The installation shall be prepared for: Relevant are interface cabinets, junction boxes, cabling etc. to meet a 10% increase. Main cable ladders to meet a 10% increase.

5.3 Equipment Location

Equipment shall be located in accordance with the following requirements: Protected against damage. Protected against vibration. Operability and serviceability. Display instruments and flashing lights to be legible and visible from main access areas. Accessibility for maintenance without scaffolding.

Electrical equipment shall, unless unavoidable due to the functionality or necessity, be installed indoor and away from hazardous areas.

Pressure and deltaP transmitters, which have to be installed outdoors, shall be sheltered by use of enclosure.

Final location shall be selected to avoid interference with escape routes, walkways, other equipment, pipes, etc. and obstruction against activities related to transport and lifting operations.

Equipment shall not be supported on pipe work, handrails, access ladders or cable ladders. Lighting fixtures may, however, be mounted underneath cable ladders or as integrated part of handrail support arrangement.

Equipment such as warning lights, lighting fixtures and loudspeakers may be located on the support for cable ladders and trays or cable ladder's side rail.

Equipment shall not be mounted on blast walls/explosion relieves.

Equipment located in areas which do not allow for maintenance accessibility as required, shall as shown on typical drawing be installed such that the equipment can be rotated, raised or lowered into areas where maintenance can take place without the need for scaffolding.

5.4 Installation of Electrical Equipment

All items of electrical equipment such as generators, switchgear, chargers, motors, etc., shall be installed on prepared foundations by Contractor. The equipment Supplier's representative shall supervise where appropriate. It shall be Contractor's responsibility to ensure that the prepared foundations are satisfactory before the equipment is positioned.Contractor shall install all items of equipment together with all necessary cables and racks.

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All major items of equipment shall be installed in accordance with manufacturer's instructions and, where appropriate, under the supervision of Supplier's representative.

Contractor shall supply all necessary drawings, guideline and typical installation drawings for all required supports.

Contractor shall fabricate any supports necessary for such items as control devices, junction boxes, switched lighting fixtures, panels, etc. These are to be fabricated from stainless steel plate, channel or angles as necessary to the satisfaction of Company (for typical details see specification 613). All steel channel or angleIron supports shall be coated in accordance with coating specification 625, latest revision. All junction boxes and switches shall be accessible from grade of walkway level.Deviations are subject to written approval by Company.

Junction boxes shall be grouped together on separate junction box racks; the design is part of the scoop of Contractor.Company will give the approval for the final location and the design of the junction box racks.

Contractor shall install an engraved plastic nameplate to each item of electrical equipment. Each plate shall indicate the equipment number and point of isolation and shall be securely and permanently attached to equipment or supports of the equipment with stainless steel screws. Execution of nameplates shall be as per nameplate detail drawing provided.

Tagging shall be effected in such a way that equipment certification is not affected. Contractor shall propose alternatives to screws if fastening by screws will affect certification and Zone ratings.

Electrical equipment shall be aligned, levelled, plumbed and firmly secured to the nearest suitable firm steel work. They shall not be bracketed to process lines, handrails, lattice, floors, etc.

Each component shall be subjected to pre-installation testing prior to installation.

Throughout the construction period, all equipment and materials shall be adequately protected where necessary.

All couplings between motor and driven equipment shall be provided with personnel protection guards.

5.5 Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC)

All equipment and installations shall comply with the electromagnetic compatibility requirements both in emission and immunity.

As a consequence the two main aspects of EMC arise: Electromagnetic emission (Radiated or Conducted Emission)

Devices have to be designed in a way that emitting electromagnetic disturbances do not interfere with the process control systems, operation of radio, telecommunication and other devices in accordance with their purpose.

Electromagnetic immunity/interference (Radiated or Conducted Susceptibility)Devices have to be designed in a way that they have adequate immunity to electromagnetic interferences and operation in accordance with their purpose is possible.

To comply with EMC the above mentioned aspects have to be observed during the construction of electrical, instrumentation and telecommunication installations.

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Attention shall be given to: Devices designed and constructed to fulfil the demands of EMC. No changes shall be made at the

construction these devices. As example variable speed drives. Cables connected to these devices shall be suitable (screening) to fulfil the Electro Magnetic

Compatibility. Connection of cables to these devices. Prescription of manufacturer has to be followed. When cables are

connected wrongly the device will no longer be Electro Magnetic Compatible. When cables enter a device through a multi cable transit, this multi cable transit shall be suitable to fulfil

the demands of the supplier.

The modules (blocks) contain a conductive foil which establishes a full 360º low transfer impedance contact with the cable screen.The frames shall be constructed of 316 stainless steel to make contact with the conductive foil of the module.

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6.0 LIGHTING AND SMALL POWER

6.1 Lighting

The installation of the lighting system shall be based on the lighting arrangement drawings, and safety requirements as well as visibility and visual satisfaction for persons working in the environment.Contractor's scope of work shall include the complete design of the lighting circuits and the installation of all lighting fixtures, junction boxes and feeder cables between the junction boxes and lighting fixtures.Drawings provided by Company shall be used as base for this design (quantities e.g.).Contractor shall be fully responsible for the commissioning of the lighting circuits (inclusive earth leakage tests).

6.1.1 Illumination levels (guideline)

6.1.1.1 General lightingThe general lighting illumination levels are given in the table below.Special consideration shall be made for specific work areas such as reading of gauges, meters etc.The initial illumination levels shall allow for lamp deterioration and dirt accumulation.

Area Normal lighting Illuminance E (Lux)Average Minimum Maximum

General outdoors 100 50 150General indoors (accommodation) 200 100 300Staircases 150 100 200Process areas 350 200 500Control room (E&I rooms in general) 500 300 700Equipment rooms (generator, Comp.) 400 300 500Offices 500 300 700

6.1.1.2 Emergency lightingThe emergency lighting system shall provide a lighting level to meet the illumination levels given in the table below. The emergency lighting system shall be switched on automatically in the event of a failure of the normal power supply.

Area Emergency lighting Illuminance E (Lux)Average Minimum Maximum

General outdoor Escape routes 5 1 10General indoor Escape routes 5 1 15Staircases 5 1 15Process areas 10 2 15Control room (E&I rooms in general) 20 10 30Equipment rooms (generator, Comp.) 10 5 15Offices 10 1 15Radio room 10 5 15Muster stations 20 10 30Lifeboat / liferaft stations 20 10 30Sea level launching areas 15 2 20

6.1.1.3 Verification of lighting levels Verification of the lighting levels shall be made by measurement one meter above floor level in general and at actual work places where appropriate levels are required.Illumination levels will be commissioned by Contractor and Company during night time.Contractor shall prepare and make a complete report of the illumination checks.

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6.1.2 Lighting fixtures

Lighting fixtures shall be in compliance with preferred Supplier list and/or relevant drawings.Preferably fluorescent lighting fixtures shall be used.

6.1.2.1 Emergency lighting fixturesThe autonomy back-up time of the fixture shall be one (1) hour as a minimum.

The following features shall be incorporated:- Integrated power source- Battery management system- Black-start facility (in case of un-manned situation)- Suitable for through wiring

6.1.2.2 Escape lighting fixtures shall be installed at the following locations/situations: Above exit doors. Stairs. Change of escape direction. All doors in all rooms Mimics of escape lighting fixtures shall be in compliance with NEN-EN 6088 (Fire safety of buildings -Escape route signs - Characteristics and determination methods).All escape lights shall be mounted above doors etc. When there is no space for mounting above doors Contractor shall inform Company for this modification.

6.1.2.3 FloodlightsIn general floodlights shall be used for illumination of the main deck and the jacket of the platform and shallbe in compliance with the lighting arrangement drawings.

6.1.2.4 LampsThe life time of the lamps of lighting fixtures shall be 70.000 hours as a minimum.Special consideration shall be made with respect to the selection of the light colour. As much as possiblediscrimination of colours shall be avoided.

6.1.2.5 TaggingAll lighting fixtures shall be tagged with a tag plate in compliance with the relevant lighting arrangement drawings (panel nr. - group nr – next in line (L601-45/23)).As-built information shall be handed over to Company.

6.1.3 Rooms and specific areas

6.1.3.1 E&I and equipment roomsAll lighting fixtures inside E&I and equipment rooms shall be executed as emergency lighting fixtures.

6.1.3.2 Sea level launching areasIn sea level launching areas, emergency flood lights shall be installed operating from 24VDC platform UPS.

6.1.3.3 Light fixtures helideckLight fixtures installed on the helideck shall not exceed 250 mm height (including foundation).

6.1.3.4 Escape routesEscape routes shall be executed with emergency lighting fixtures.

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6.1.4 Cabling and junction boxes

6.1.4.1 Cabling between lighting fixtureCables shall be looped between lighting fixtures, independent of sequence numbers used for fixture identification.

6.1.4.2 Junction boxesThe use of junction boxes shall be avoided.If junction boxes have to be used, they shall be installed easily accessible from grade.All junction boxes shall be tagged as per lighting design which is part of Contractor’s scope.

6.1.4.3 Cabling between floodlightsCables can be looped between floodlights when outer diameter is not suitable for entering the cable gland in the floodlight. A separate junction box may be used.

6.1.5 Bird control

6.1.5.1 The lighting system (with exemption of indoor and escape lighting fixtures) shall be switched off during the night to prevent unnecessary presence of birds. This shall be accomplished by disconnecting the power to the lighting fixtures by means of contactors installed inside the lighting distribution panel.

6.1.5.2 Bird switchSwitching on and off the contactors shall be controlled by one or more switches installed on a pre-defined location.

6.1.5.3 Emergency lightingIndependent of the position of the bird control switch, emergency lighting shall be switched on automatically in the event of a failure of the normal power supply.

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7.0 HEAT TRACING

7.1 General

The installation shall comply with Supplier’s installation requirements.

Contractor's scope of work shall include the complete engineering, design of the heat tracing circuits and the installation of all heating tapes, junction boxes and feeder cables between the junction boxes.Heat tracing design shall be handed over to Company for review before installation will start.Contractor shall be fully responsible for the commissioning of the heat tracing circuits (inclusive earth leakage tests).A complete test report shall be handed over to Company which includes the inrush current, voltage drop and phase balance.

7.1.1 Heat tracingHeat tracing manufacturer shall be in accordance with preferred Supplier list.

7.2 Installation of Heat Tracing Cables

The P&ID's and Piping Line Lists indicate those pipes and associated items which are to be traced.

Installation of the heat tracing materials shall be as indicated on provided typical heat tracing details. Contractor shall be responsible for both the final heat tracing detail as discussed in the Supplier installation manuals and the preparation of the Electrical Heat Tracing Schedule.

Where heat tracing is pre-installed on Supplier skid packages it will be pre-wired to Supplier's skid mounted junction boxes. Contractor’s scope of work shall include the installation of supply cables between these junction boxes and the small power distribution board.

Heat tracing cables shall be strapped to equipment and pipes using glass fibre tape, spaced approximately at 300 mm intervals along pipes and as required elsewhere. Stainless steel straps, SST 316L, shall be used on high temperature cables.

Heat tracing cables shall be installed along the lower semi-circle of the pipes.

Cables shall pass through thermal insulation from below or side on vertical pipes.

Heat tracing cables shall be installed in such a way that it allows dismantling of joints, valves, instruments, etc. without cutting or damaging the cable.

Where the heat tracing cables are crossing flanges, thermal insulation covers or other sharp edges, protectors of stainless steel 316L shall be used.Heat tracing cables shall not be spliced.

Purpose made flexible stainless steel conduit shall be used for protection of the heat tracing cable between stand alone junction boxes and insulation entry kit.

Flexible conduits protecting heat tracing cables shall be fixed to support approximately every 200 mm.

Heat tracing cables shall be 100% covered. Exceptions may be in instrument enclosures.

The heat tracing cable shall be protected against damage by applying an aluminium tape/foil on top of the cable when cellular glass is used as insulation material.

Details of the routing of supply cables between the main junction boxes located on the various decks and the heating circuits are not shown on the drawings and it is the responsibility of Contractor to establish the most satisfactory routes for the various cables and to supply and install any additional racks or trays required.

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7.3 Heat Tracing Junction Boxes

Main junction boxes shall be installed and accessible from grade or walkway level.It is allowed to install heat tracing main junction boxes on E & I main junction boxes racks.

Junction boxes shall be installed directly to pipes by means of appropriate brackets (316 SS) or on steel supports adjacent to the pipe or instrument.

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8.0 INSTRUMENT AND TUBING

8.1 In-line Instruments

All in-line instruments shall be installed in accordance with Supplier’s recommendations.

Prior to final installation of control valve and other in-line instruments, process lines shall be properly flushed.

8.2 Off-line Instruments

Each instrument shall be available for maintenance and disconnection without interfering with the process.

The installations shall be arranged so that it can be heat traced and thermal insulation applied.

All indicating instruments are to be located between 1 – 1.8 m above grating.

Direct mounted instruments shall be used whenever applicable.

Impulse tubing shall be as short as possible and be installed so that gas/liquid pockets are avoided. Instruments shall be installed below tapping point for liquid service and above tapping point for gas service.

For some installations use of direct flange mounted capillary tubing may be considered.

Impulse tubing shall have minimum 1:20 slope.

8.3 Execution of Work

8.3.1 Instrument panels and cubicles.

Instrument panels and control cubicles shall be supported by pre-fab skids of UNP-100 channel. Unless otherwise specified, these supports (skids) shall be delivered, supplied and designed by Contractor. The supports shall be coated in accordance with the Painting and Coating Specification 525 prior to installation.Contractor shall be responsible for correct alignment, levelling, plumbing and securing of the panels.

In case the instruments have been removed from the panel for shipping purposes, Contractor shall re-install and re-connect these instruments.

8.3.2 Instrument and equipment.

Instrument and accessories shall be installed and connected in accordance with the hook-up and instrument lay-out drawings and manufacturer's instructions. Lay-out drawings shall be used as guidelines, exact locations shall be determined in cooperation with Company.

Instruments shall be mounted such that there is sufficient space around the installation to provide for ease of installation, removal and maintenance. Where used, instrument housings shall be of sufficient size to provide these requirements.Instrument housing shall be supplied with explosion proof SS 316L self-limiting electrical heating element.All locally mounted instruments shall be mounted as near to the point of measurement as possible and placed in an accessible location. Close-coupling shall be used where practical, but otherwise the instrument shall be "stand-mounted" with the centre line 1.4 metres above grade or walkway.Instruments shall not impede process operation or access.

For services subject to vibration, the impulse lines to the instruments shall be provided with damping devices e.g. pulsation dampeners (siphon) and capillaries.

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Local instruments shall be located so as to be visible from aisles and area ways in a normal operation. Each local instrument, which is intended to be used as a basis for manual control, shall be visible from the related valve.

Instruments shall be aligned, levelled, plumbed and firmly secured to the nearest suitable firm steelwork. They shall not be bracketed to process line, handrails, lattice floors etc.Equipment supports shall be delivered, supplied and designed by Contractor, after approval of the fabrication drawings by Company.

Throughout the Work, instruments shall be adequately protected where necessary by weather and fireproof coverings of an approved type.

All bolts, nuts and washers shall be 316 stainless steel (A4).

8.3.3 Tubing.

Tubing shall be joined by compression type fittings only. Tubing shall be selected for the applicable pressure ratings specified and sized adequately for the required capacity and duty.

Tubing shall be in compliance with the following:Material : ASTM B 677 Grade TP 904-L.Execution : Seamless, Bright annealed.Hardness : HRB-80 max.Marking : Material grade, heat number, O.D. and W.T.

: Marking to be free of chlorides, zinc, lead or copper.Thickness : As a minimum 0.049” W.T shall be used.Size : Imperial.Certification : According to EN 10204/3.1.B.Manufacturer : As per preferred Suppliers list.

316L Stainless steel imperialized compression type fittings shall be selected for the applicable pressure ratings specified and sized for the tubing described above and shall be installed in strict accordance with the manufacturer's recommendations. Fittings shall be manufactured by “Swagelok”.Contractor shall insure that all instrument fitters are certified for “Swagelok” twin ferrule fittings.All tube connections shall be inspected by a third party invited by Company.Contractor shall correct all deviations as indicated in the third party inspection report.

Threads for screwed connections shall be cut only with sharp thread cutting tools and by application of cutting oil during operation.

Only NPT type threads shall be used for screwed connections. The thread cutting shall be in accordance withAPI Code for threading.

Before make-up of threaded joints, threads shall be brushed, cleaned and sealed, using a method approved by Company applied to the male portion. Care shall be taken to ensure that no sealant material enters the pipe.

As sealant material, Teflon tape shall be used.

The number of joints in tubing shall be kept to a minimum, consistent with good practice. All shall be made with the aid of approved tubing benders, correct for the size of tube being worked, to ensure neat serviceable bends.

Tubes shall be run in vertical and horizontal planes as far as possible and shall be run with the minimum number of changes of direction consistent with the good practice and neat appearance. Horizontal runs shall have the tubes mounted one above the other.

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Where tubes run parallel to each other, joints shall be systematically staggered and neatly off-set.

Isolation valves shall be located as close to the source as practical.

No tubing shall be installed in such a way that it is subject to vibration or any other mechanical stress.

All tubing shall be de-burred properly after cutting (preferably with a de-burring drill on a drilling machine). After de-burring process, all tubing shall be cleaned by blowing through with filtered dry and oil-free compressed air before connection to instrument.

The installed, but not connected, tubes shall have their ends capped to prevent the entry of foreign material.

All instrument tubing connected to process piping shall be run with a slope of not less than 1 to 12, except where otherwise specified. The slope shall be down from the tapping points for liquids and up from the tapping points for gas service.

Contractor must pay special attention to the correct location of vents and drains to ensure that they are respectively at the highest and lowest point of tubing runs. All drains shall be connected to the closed drain systems or plugged by an isolation valve.

Instrument air supply to instruments may need to be filtered and the pressure to be reduced via an air filter/regulator set. Contractor shall supply and install the required air filter/regulator according to the hook-up drawings. The filter/regulator set shall have a stainless steel body.

No component of any other tube fitting manufacturer will be interchanged or intermixed with the four components (body, nut, front ferrule and back ferrule) of the tube fitting.Do not use medium-pressure nut and ferrules with any standard tube fittings or vice versa.Tubing shall be flushed and pressure tested by Contractor as listed below:

FlushingFlushing shall be carried out on hydraulic systems, with exception of the hydraulic cabinets and wellhead control panels since they have been flushed by the panel Supplier. All hydraulic lines shall be flushed to a minimum cleanliness level to ISO 4406 class 15/12 (equal to NAS 1638 class 6).

Prior to commencement a flushing procedure shall be issued for review to Company (flushing procedure can be part of the system test procedure). Flushing samples shall be analyzed by a Notified Body. Flushing reports and records of samples shall be available for review during FAT.

Items that could be damaged due to flushing shall be removed or by-passed during flushing. Items which create high restrictions due to orifice dimensions shall be removed or by=passed.

Flushing procedure must include as minimum - method of flushing- define the extend of flushing- method of sampling and examination- description of the flushing unit (flow rate, pressure, velocity. filter mesh size)

Flushing shall be performed with:- fluid as used in the system is preferred.- flow shall be turbulent at all points- temperature shall be as high as possible

When the flushing is completed the tubes remain filled and all connection shall be plugged with metal plugs. In case s different flushing fluid is used this shall removed and tubes shall be blown out with dry nitrogen.

Important note :All installed components such as valves; regulators shall be suitable to operate without problems with oil cleanliness to ISO 4406 class 19/16 (equal to NAS 1638 class 10)

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8.3.3.1 Handling and storage of tubingTubing shall be stored and transported in dedicated plastic boxed/tubes, to prevent tubing corrosion before installation. Boxes shall be capped properly to prevent any ingress. The transport and storage in dedicated plastic boxed/tubes applies for offshore locations and any onshore location, including construction sites.

8.3.4 Tubing support.All tubing shall be adequately supported and/or braced so as to provide maximum protection against mechanical damage and vibration.The distance between supports shall not exceed 60 cm.

For continuously supporting five or more single tubes, one 316L SS cable tray shall be used.For continuously supporting four or less single tubes, 316L SS angle bar (50 x 50), or 316L SS Unistrut channelshall be used.

The tubing shall be secured to the tray with "STAUFF" type PP-ACHV (white) fastening blocks at (maximum) 0.6metres intervals. Blocks with stainless steel cover plates, bolts and nuts shall be delivered and supplied by Contractor. To prevent corrosion between the "Stauff" blocks and the SS tubing, Molykote 111 shall be applied on top and bottom "Stauff" block before the installation of the top "Stauff" block. After fasting the bulging should be removed.This shall be done on all “Stauff” blocs (e.g. process, instrument air and hydraulic tubing).Contractor shall ensure that all “Stauff” blocks (including Company supplied items) shall be kept clean and free of dirt, dust and blasting grid during fabrication, Company shall have the right to supervise the preventive measures and precautions carried out by Contractor.In case of any doubt “Stauff: blocks shall be reinstated by Contractor.

The supports shall be fabricated by Contractor (or supports to be made of SS 316L), including coating in accordance with the Painting and Coating Specification 525. Coating shall be finished before installation of supporting materials. The required small mounting materials and consumable items shall be delivered and supplied by Contractor.

Capillaries of filled systems shall run independently of all other lines and shall be continuously supported using 316L SS angle bar (refer to 6.7.4) 316L SS Unistrut channel with adequate fastening clamps or tie-wraps at 0.25 m intervals. Adequate means of protecting capillaries from damage shall be employed. Special care shall be taken against kinks in the capillaries on bends or changes of direction.

Cable trays shall be run with the width of the tray in a horizontal plane. A short section may be run with the width in a vertical plane after Company's approval. In this case, additional support shall be provided to prevent sagging.

Under certain circumstances and with Company's approval, trunking or conduits may be used instead of cable trays. The required materials shall be delivered and supplied by Contractor.Unless otherwise specified, the process pipelines and handrails shall not be used to support instrument pressure and air piping and tubing.

Process equipment, rotating equipment and electric motors which are liable to vibration shall not be used to support instrument tubing.

Multi-core transit, insert frames and blocks, supplied by Contractor, shall be provided after piping or tubing installation, in accordance with the drawings or when required by Company.

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8.4 Material Supply.

8.4.1 Company shall supply to Contractor, instrument equipment and installation materials which are listed in the instrument listings and as tabulated in the contract document.Contractor shall be responsible for proper handling, storage, condition and protection of the materials supplied to him.On receipt of equipment, Contractor will check for compliance with the specifications and instrument data sheets. Non-compliance or damage to equipment supplied to Contractor shall be reported to Company immediately.Subsequent deficiencies or damage becomes the responsibility of Contractor.

8.4.2 Contractor shall design, supply and install all items of material and equipment and all services which are not expressly stated in the specifications or drawings as being supplied by Company or by Others (e.g. cables, supporting materials, angle bar, conduit, pipe, structural steel etc.) in order to complete the entire instrument installation. All Contractor designed and/or supplied materials and services shall be subjected to Company’s approval.

8.4.3 Contractor shall supply all consumable materials such as, but not limited to, electrical insulation materials, bolts and nuts, clamps, clips, tie-wraps, relief’s, wire markers, cable lugs, welding rods, crimp connector etc., unless specifically listed in the list of materials.

8.5 Identification

8.5.1 All major equipment shall be provided with nameplates by the manufacturer with Manufacturer's and Industry Standard Data. Additionally, all equipment shall be properly marked with nameplates of an approved type, indicating the tag number as assigned on the drawings.

8.5.2 All instrument and control devices shall be properly marked with a nameplate, fixed to the support of the instrument or control device, describing the tag number and the function of equipment as assigned on the drawings. The tag plate including support shall be in compliance with drawing as per specification 613.

8.5.3 All electrical terminals, wiring and terminal strips, shall be identified. Each cable shall be marked at both ends with proper approved type markers (not dymo-tape), outside the terminal boxes or panels. Terminal boxes shall be marked inside and outside the box.

8.5.4 All nameplates shall be supplied and installed by Contractor. The nameplates shall be of "RESOPAL" yellow-black-yellow laminated and fitted on a stainless steel brackets, which shall be mounted to the nearest steelwork or process pipeline. The nameplates shall have slotted holes and be fixed with stainless steel screws.Nameplates to be fixed to explosion proof type equipment shall be glued with cyanoacrilate or other certified means (and under no circumstances screwed).

8.5.5 Contractor shall ensure that all identification and marking corresponds to the drawings. Where no identification or markings appear on the drawings, as-built drawings showing identification and markings must be supplied.

8.5.6 All single and multi-core transmission tubing shall be properly marked in an approved way with the identification numbers assigned on the drawings. Each multi-core tubing shall be marked at both ends, outside the terminal boxes or panels. Each tube shall be marked with the bulkhead number to which the tube will be connected. All tubing and tubing run markings shall be noted on as-built drawings to be supplied by Contractor.

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9. TELECOMMUNICATION

9.1 Public Address and Alarm System (PA)

Public Address and Alarm System equipment shall be located above deck level as follows: Loudspeakers, 2000-3000 mm. Warning lights maximum 3000 mm. Intercom stations in process areas ± 1700 mm.

Loudspeakers shall not be located above suspended ceilings or behind obstructions which will hinder free space sound distribution.

Loudspeakers shall be installed on brackets which allow for future adjustments as follows: At the horizontal plan, 180° Downwards 90° from the vertical plane.

9.2 Wall Outlets and Patch Panel Connections

RJ45 socket:Type 8(8) : UP0 RJ45 Jack conform EIA/TIA 568A or BEndurance : > 750 plug-in cycles per IEC 60603-7IDC connector : AWG 26-22 isolationContact springs : CuCnContact surface : Ni + AuNominal current : 1A

Nominal voltage : 50VDCDielectric strength : per IEC 60603-7 max 1000VDCContact resistance : < 20 m OhmIsolation resistance : > 500 M OhmTransmission parameters : per ISO/IEC 11801-1:9/2002 and EN 50173-1:2002 Class EACR : >30dB@100MHz and >10dB@250MHz

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10. CABLING

10.1 Cable Installation

All cables shall be in accordance with the Cable Schedule.

Core identification in the form of coloured or numbered conductor insulation as specified shall be strictly observed. The same colour or number shall be used for equivalent terminals where identical duties are involved.

All cables shall be identified at each gland termination by the use of the specified tags by their respective numbers, as indicated on the Cable Schedule.

The method of cable marking shall be subject to approval by Company.

Cable supported on cable tray or cable rack shall be securely fixed as defined below:

All cables shall be fastened to the cable rack with coated stainless steel ty-raps, spaced 1 metre apart for vertical runs and 1.5 metres apart from horizontal runs.

All HV and LV single core power cables shall be secured to cable rack using non-magnetic trefoil clamps spaced 0.9 m for vertical runs and 0.3 m for horizontal runs. Trefoils clamps shall be supplemented by plastic coated stainless steel straps.

Cables run on cable tray or rack may be installed in layers. Power cables shall not be stacked more than 3 layers deep. Control and instruments cables shall be installed in a neat and orderly manner and shall be adequately secured by the methods detailed above. Cables shall be installed on racks in accordance with the drawings, but as a general rule the following shall apply:a) High voltage power cables on rack.b) Low voltage power and motor control cables may be installed on the same rack.c) Low voltage lighting and small power cables may be installed on the same rack.d) Cables carrying continuous information signals (i.e. analogue or digital transmissions), instrument DC

supplies, fire and gas cabling, intrinsically safe circuit cabling and general instrumentation cabling shall be installed on a dedicated instrument rack.

Deviations are subject to written approval by Company.

Cables passing through floors or other positions via cable transits where they are liable to mechanical damage shall be protected up to 150 mm above floor level to Company's satisfaction, as per installation drawings.

Cables shall be installed in accordance with manufacturer's recommendations. Recommendations regarding minimum bend radius during installation shall be strictly adhered to.

In general cables shall not be installed when the ambient temperature is below 4ºC.Cables shall not be run adjacent to any heated pipes or ducts. Where crossing above heated pipes or ducts is unavoidable, the cables must be kept at least 150 mm from the outer surface of insulation of such pipes or ducts. Alternatively, a heat barrier such as Durasteel shall be installed to protect the cables from exposure to excessive heat.

All cables shall be of one continuous length from outlet to outlet and glanded at both ends. No splices shall be permitted in the cable between boxes or equipment.

All cable cores shall be copper stranded. Solid core cables shall not be used.

All spare cable cores shall be terminated and coded.

Contractor shall supply 20% spare terminations in all junction boxes and equipment in his supply.

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Cable shall be firmly secured to prevent stress at the termination, by means of a tie-wrap, at a distance of 100 mm from the cable gland to the channel or by other means, to the approval of Company.

Access for maintenance and an orderly layout shall be ensured when cabling below raised floor is performed.

Once a cable has been cut, a protective cap/sealing shall be applied on the end, when being exposed to humid atmosphere.

All cable entries to equipment located outdoors and in wash down areas shall be from below. Top entry is not allowed and side entry shall be provided with drip nose.

Sufficient cable spare length shall be provided for equipment which needs future adjustments (floodlights, loudspeakers, etc.) or where equipment has to be dismounted for maintenance and calibration without disconnecting the cable.

Single Core CablingSingle core cables for three-phase AC shall run in trefoil formation.Single core cables shall not be installed separately through openings surrounded by magnetic materials. Non-magnetic stainless steel separation walls and stay plates shall be used in multi cable transits utilised for single core cables.

10.2 Cable Requirements

The following systems shall have separate multicore cables:

General instrumentation. Fire and Gas. ESD. Telecommunication. DCS. Foundation Fieldbus. General Electrical (control). Powered Outputs.

Cable without armour may be used for lighting and small power installation inside the living quarter.Cable without armour is subject to written approval by Company.

Fire resistant cables shall be used whenever required as mentioned on the cable list provided by Company.

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10.3 Cable Systems

10.3.1 Cable segregation

The Cable Network shall be separated into:System 1 : High voltage systems (above 1000V).System 2 : Low voltage power supply and control cables for electrical systems (1000V and below)System 3 : InstrumentationSystem 4 : Telecommunication and ICT systems.

Where the cable support systems are installed horizontally one above the other, the cable network shall be arranged from top to bottom, system 1, system 2 and system 3.

Cable ladders installed horizontally shall have sufficient space to facilitate cable pulling and cleating/strapping.

Instrument and telecommunication cables shall be separated from low voltage power cables and high voltage cables by minimum 300 mm.

Instrumentation and telecommunication cables may be routed on system 2 cable support systems when the defined distance between the individual systems can be kept.

When separation of the cable systems specified above is not possible or practical, a metal segregation barrier shall be installed to avoid induced disturbances on the instrument/telecommunication cables.

However, crossing at right angles is acceptable without further segregation.

Non IS, IS instrument cables and Foundation Fieldbus shall be routed on the same cable ladders/trays, segregation is required.

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10.3.2 Cable description

System 1

Main article description : Cable, power, 2XSEYBY-F2Max. operating voltage (V) : 18/30 (36) KvMax. operating temp. (degr. C) : 90 degr.C.Conductor : Circular Tinned, stranded copperInsulation : EP-rubberBedding : Flame retardant and halogen-free thermoset compoundTape : PETP-tape Armouring : Galvanized Round Steel Wire

: PETP-tape Outer sheath : Flame retardant, halogen-free and mud resistant thermoset

compound, SHF2Marking : "meter" "year" "type"Colour : Red

According to : Standard : IEC:60092-354: IEC:60092-351: IEC 60092-359: IEC 60228 class 2: IEC:60332-1: IEC:60332-3-22: IEC 60502-02: IEC 60754-1,2: IEC:61034-1.2

Core identification : One core : Grey +black semi-conductive layer: Three cores : Grey +black semi-conductive layer indentified by

White-Black-Red threads

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Main article description : Cable, power, RFOUMax. operating voltage (V) : 6/10 (12) kV P3/P10Max. operating temp. (degr. C) : 90 degr.C.Conductor : Circular Tinned, stranded copperInsulation : EP-rubberBedding : Flame retardant and halogen-free thermoset compoundTape : PETP-tape Armouring : Tinned copper wire braid

: PETP-tape Outer sheath : Flame retardant, halogen-free and mud resistant thermoset

compound, SHF2P3 : Halogen freeP10 : Mud resistanceMarking : "meter" "year" "type"Colour : Red

According to : Standard : IEC:60092-354: IEC:60092-351: IEC 60092-359: IEC 60228 class 2: IEC:60332-1: IEC:60332-3-22: IEC 60754-1,2: IEC:61034-1.2

Core identification : One core : Grey +black semi-conductive layer: Three cores : Grey +black semi-conductive layer indentified by

White-Black-Red threads

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System 2

Main article description : Cable, power, RFOUMax. operating voltage (V) : 0.6/1 kV P1/P8Max. operating temp. (degr. C) : 90 degr.C.Conductor : Circular Tinned, stranded copperInsulation : EP-rubberBedding : Flame retardant and halogen-free thermoset compoundTape : PETP-tape Armouring : Tinned copper wire braid

: PETP-tape Outer sheath : Flame retardant, halogen-free and mud resistant thermoset

compound, SHF2P1 : Halogen freeP8 : Mud resistanceMarking : "meter" "year" "type"Colour : Black

According to : Standard : IEC:60092-351/353 (≤300mm2 ) or : IEC 60502-1 ( ≥ 300mm2 ): IEC 60092-359: IEC 60228 class 2: IEC:60332-1: IEC 60754-1,2: IEC:61034-1.2

Core identification : One core : Grey: Two cores : Blue-Brown: Three cores : Yellow Green -Blue-Brown: Four cores : Yellow Green –Brown-Black-Gray: Five cores : Yellow Green –Blue-Brown-Black-Gray : Five+ cores : Black numbers / white base : REMARK : "grey" may be "off-white"

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System 3

Main article description : Cable, instrument., blue, RFOUMax. operating voltage (V) : 250VMax. operating temp. (dgr. C) : 85 degr.C.Conductor : Tinned stranded copperInsulation class : EP-rubberTwinning/Screening : Colour coded cores twisted together and wrapped with

polyester tape: Pairs/triples are individually screened by copper (or

aluminium) backed polyester tape with tinned copper drain wire : Each pair/triple is wrapped with polyester tape to prevent electrical

contact with adjacent pairs/triples : Pairs/triples are identified by numbered tape : PETP-tape

Bedding : Flame retardant halogen-free thermoset compound: PETP-tape

Armouring : Tinned copper wire braid: PETP-tape

Outer sheath : Flame retardant halogen-free and mud resistant thermoset compound, SHF2

S1 : Halogen freeS5 : Mud resistance

Marking : "meter" "year" "type"Colour : Blue

According to : Standard : IEC:60092-351/359/376: (2003-05): IEC 60228 class2: IEC 60332-3-22: IEC:60332-1: i-1,2EC:60754-1.2 : IEC 60754-1,2: IEC:61034-1.2

Core identification : Black-light blue (pair): Black-light blue-brown (triple)

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Main article description : Cable, instrument, grey, RFOUMax. operating voltage (V) : 250VMax. operating temp. (dgr. C) : 85 degr.C.Conductor : Tinned stranded copperInsulation class : EP-rubberTwinning/Screening : Colour coded cores twisted together and wrapped with

with polyester tape: Pairs/triples are individual screened by copper (or aluminium)

backed polyester tape with tinned copper drain wire : Each pair/triple is wrapped with polyester tape to prevent

electrical contact with adjacent pairs/triples : Pairs/triples are identified by numbered tape : PETP-tape

Bedding : Flame retardant halogen-free thermoset compound: PETP-tape

Armouring : Tinned copper wire braid: PETP-tape

Outer sheath : Flame retardant halogen-free and mud resistant thermosetcompound, SHF2

P1 : Halogen freeP8 : Mud resistance

Marking : "meter" "year" "type"Colour : Grey

According to : Standard : IEC:60092-351/359/376: (2003-05): IEC 60228 class2: IEC 60332-3-22: IEC:60332-1: i-1,2EC:60754-1.2 : IEC 60754-1,2: IEC:61034-1.2

Core identification : Black-light blue ( pair): Black-light blue-brown (triple)

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Main article description : Cable, instrument, yellow, foundation fieldbusRFOU

Max. operating voltage (V) : 250VMax. operating temp. (dgr. C) : 85 degr.C.Conductor : Tinned stranded copperInsulation class : EP-rubber

Twinning/Screening : Colour coded cores twisted together and wrapped withpolyester tape

: Pairs/triples are individual screened by copper (or aluminium)backed polyester tape with tinned copper drain wire

: Each pair/triple is wrapped with polyester tape to prevent electrical contact with adjacent pairs/triples

: Pairs/triples are identified by numbered tape.: PETP-tape

Bedding : Flame retardant halogen-free thermoses compound: PETP-tape

Armouring : Tinned copper wire braid: PETP-tape

Outer sheath : Flame retardant halogen-free and mud resistant thermosetcompound, SHF2

S1 : Halogen freeS5 : Mud resistance

According to : Standard : IEC:60092-351/359/376: (2003-05): IEC 60228 class2: IEC 60332-3-22: IEC:60332-1: i-1,2EC:60754-1.2 : IEC 60754-1,2: IEC:61034-1.2

Marking : "meter" "year" "type"Colour : YellowCore identification : Black-light blue (pair)

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System 4

Main article description : Cable, fibre optic.Type code : ACMM50 OM3 N6731 PUR INCOR-PMake : AcolanSize : 24 fibre

Description : Cable, fibre optic Multimode 50/125, 24 fibre

Optical fibre : MultimodeTube : Thermoplastic materialTube waterproofing : GelReinforcement : Glass yarnsJacket : LSOH sheathProvided with : Galvanised armouringAdditional outer jacket : PUR INCOR-POuter jacket colour : Yellow RAL 1028

Marking of outer jacket :

Operating temperature : -20 to +70°C.Installation temperature : -5 to +50°C.Storage temperature : -40 to +70°C.

Fire and smoke classification : IEC 60332-1

Standards : IEC/EN 60793IEC/EN 60794-1

CAUTION FIBRE OPTICS I ACOLAN N6731 24G-50/125-OM3 I PUR INCOR-P I <length mark>

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Main article description : Cable, data (indoor)Type : ML-Heavy Duty Industrial Ethernet 723 4P PUR Description : Industrial secondary and tertiary cabling.Application : G&D equipmentAccording to : prEN 50173-3

prISO/IEC 24702

Category : CAT7According to : EN 50288

IEC 61156

Outer diameter : 8.4 mmStructure : 4 pairs AWG 23/1Individual shield : aluminium foilOverall shield : copper braid: approx. 65% coverageOuter sheath : yellow RAL 1021, PURTemperature range : -20°C to +60°CUV resistance : Yes

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Main article description : Cable, data Type : Acolan1500 SF-P M4875 PUR INCOR-PMake : AcomeDescription : SF-P-100 Ohm-1500 MHz-Cat 7Application : G&D equipmentAccording to : IS 11801 ed.2

EN 50173-1EIA/TIA 568

Category : CAT 7

Impedance : 100 OhmOuter diameter : 9.0 mm exclusive additional outer jacketStructure : 4 pair 22AWGConductor : StrandedGeneral shielding : Alu/Polyester tape + CU braidSheath material : LSFROHAdditional outer jacket : PUR INCOR-POuter jacket colour : Yellow RAL 1021Marking of outer jacket :

Operating temperature : -20 to +60°C.Installation temperature : 0 to +50°C.Storage temperature : 0 to +50°C.

Fire and smoke classification : IEC 60332-1

ACOLAN M4875 CAT7 S/FTP I PUR INCOR-P I <length mark>

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Main article description : Cable, data Type : Acolan 200 SFU-S R7072 PUR INCOR-PMake : AcomeDescription : SF/UTP-100Ohm-200MHz-Cat 5eApplication : Office, Process and Telephone networkAccording to : IS 11801 ed.2

EN 50173-1 EIA/TIA 568

Category : CAT 5eAccording to :

Impedance : 100 OhmOuter diameter : 6.0 mm exclusive additionalouter jacketStructure : 4 pair 24AWGConductor : StrandedGeneral shielding : Alu/Polyester tape + CU braidSheath material : LSFROHAdditional outer jacket : PUR INCOR-POuter jacket colour : Green RAL 1000Marking of outer jacket :

Operating temperature : -20 to +60°C.Installation temperature : 0 to +50°C.Storage temperature : 0 to +50°C.

Fire and smoke classification : IEC 60332-1

ACOLAN R7072 CAT5E SF/UTP I PUR INCOR-P I <length mark>

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Main article description : Cable, data RS485Type : Profibus PA 100543 PUR INCOR-PMake : Faber kabelDescription : Profibus PA 1x2x1.0Application : Serial data Modbus/Profibus PA

Impedance : 100 Ohm +/- 20 OhmOuter diameter : 7.4. mm exclusive additional outer jacketStructure : 1 x 2 x 1.0 mm2Conductor : StrandedGeneral shielding : Insulating foil + CU braidSheath material : PVCAdditional outer jacket : PUR INCOR-POuter jacket colour : Brown RAL 8011Marking of outer jacket :

Operating temperature : -30 to +80°C.

Flame retardance : VDE 0472 part 804

Modbus I Faber 100543 – 1x2x1.0 I PUR INCOR-P I <length mark>

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Main article description : Cable, data RS485, General ProfibusType : Bus Cable L2/FIP 1 x 2 x 0,64 100578 HighFlex PUR INCOR-PMake : Faber kabelDescription : Profibus DP 1x2x 0,64Application : Serial data Profibus DP

Impedance : 150 Ohm +/- 15 OhmOuter diameter : 8.0 mm exclusive additional outer jacketStructure : 1 x 2 x 0,64 mm2Conductor : StrandedGeneral shielding : Insulating AL foil + CU braidSheath material : PURAdditional outer jacket : PUR INCOR-POuter jacket colour : BlackMarking of outer jacket :

Operating temperature : 0°C to +80°C.Flame retardance : VDE 0482 part 804

Profibus I Faber 100578 – 1x2x0.64 I PUR INCOR-P I <length mark>

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Main article description : Cable, data RS485, Profibus “FastConnect”Type : Bus Cable L2/FIP 1 x 2 x 0,64 100576 Fast Connect PUR

INCOR-PMake : Faber kabelDescription : Profibus DP 1x2x 0,64Application : Serial data Profibus DPUsed with : DB-9 connector

Impedance : 150 Ohm +/- 15 OhmOuter diameter : 7.8 mm exclusive additional outer jacketStructure : 1 x 2 x 0,64 mm2Conductor : SolidGeneral shielding : Insulating AL foil + CU braidSheath material : PVCAdditional outer jacket : PUR INCOR-POuter jacket colour : Black

Marking of outer jacket :

Operating temperature : -40°C to +80°C.Flame retardance : VDE 0482 part 804

Profibus I Faber 100576 – 1x2x0.64 I PUR INCOR-P I <length mark>

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10.3.3 Cable routing

All cables shall be routed on cable ladders and trays.

Trunking or conduits may be used for special mechanical protection of single field routed cables for shorter distances (approximately 5 m.). Where conduits are used, they shall be installed with open ends.

A computer based cable routing system reflecting the layout of the main cable support system (i.e. cable ladders with width 300 mm and above) represented by ladder segment references, transit numbers, etc. and necessary describing information related to the individual cable including its route, shall be used in the design.Secondary cable routing shall be designed by Contractor (i.e. cable ladders up to 300mm or “scheepsladderbaan”).

Field cables may utilise the main cable support system provided the route of the individual cable is being registered in the routing system and the filing and loading of the main cable support system is acceptable.

The cable ladders shall not be filled so the height of the cable ladder side rail is exceeded.

Redundant cable systems shall be routed separately.

10.4 Cable Bending Radius

The minimum permissible bending radius specified by Supplier shall be adhered to.

10.5 Cable Cleating and Strapping

10.5.1 General

Ultra violet resistant plastic straps (Make Thomas & Betts) shall be used for horizontal runs when cables are placed on the upper side of ladders and trays. Sufficiently sized straps shall be used for this purpose (min. type 27MX).

Stainless steel 316L coated straps shall be used for vertical runs and for horizontal runs in the vertical plane.

For strapping of fibre-optical and coaxial cables, Supplier guidelines shall be adhered to.

The distance between cable straps shall not exceed the distance between the horizontal and vertical runs on the cable tray. Therefore each cable shall be strapped on each horizontal and vertical run on the cable tray.

10.5.2 Single core cables

Cable cleats for single core power cables shall be approved for the prospective short circuit stress.

The distance between cleats for single core cables shall be as specified by the cable manufacturer based on the prospective short circuit level. The distance shall be selected such that cable will not be damaged by a possible short circuit.

10.6 Cable Splicing

Cable splicing shall be avoided.

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10.7 Temporary Cables

Temporary cables routed on permanent cable support systems shall be installed such that they will not obstruct permanent installations and are easy to remove.

Temporary cables shall not be pulled through multi cable transits intended for permanent cables.

Dedicated MCT frames shall be installed for this purpose (e.g. rental generator, etc.).

10.8 Cable Glands/Multi Cable Transits

Cables shall be terminated into enclosures using mechanical type compression glands or MCT's.

Cable glands shall be in accordance with the attached preferred Supplier list.

The selection and delivery of cable glands for all equipment to suit the appropriate dimensions of the selected cable, shall be the responsibility of Contractor.

Glands shall be suitable for the reception of all strands of the wire armouring which shall be securely clamped in a permanent manner. Glands shall be provided with clamping rings for cables with wire braids (see cable description).

When glands are fitted via clearance holes in re-inforced polyester marshalling boxes, safety switches and control switches a brass earth-continuation plate shall be installed internally, to maintain earth continuity.

All Multi Cable Transit frames and stay plates shall be 316 SST.When cable transits are used on panels, cables have to be earthed with the braided earthwire to the earthing bar.Cable transits shall be installed such that the integrity of the bulkhead or wall is maintained. Contractor shall locate and install cable transits. Cable transits shall be provided with 20% spare entries.Cable transits complete with all inserts shall be provided by Contractor.When preparing cables prior to fitting glands, the gland manufacturer's instructions shall be followed. In all cases, care shall be taken to ensure that the lay of the armour is maintained after the gland is completely fitted. Cables that have "bird caged" shall be replaced by Contractor at his expense.

All cable ends which are not terminated finally, immediately after cutting, shall be sealed effectively to prevent ingress of moisture and shall be protected from damage until termination is complete.

For EMC requirements the modules (blocks) contain a conductive foil which establishes a full 360º low transfer impedance contact with the cable screen.

10.9 Cable Glands Selection

Cable glands/blanking and drain plugs shall be selected as follows: Non-metal enclosures (relevant for field cables) : plastic Non-metal enclosures, reinforced with a metal

gland plate for support of large supply above 6 entries and cables above 20,5 mm : brass

Metal enclosures (except aluminium) : brass/stainless steel Aluminium enclosures : stainless steel/nickel plated brass

The certification of the cable glands, blanking and drain plugs shall comply with the certification of the equipment in which the glands/plugs are connected.

Ex d glands shall have clamping of braid armour and sealing of inner and outer sheath on Ex d direct entry equipment installed in IIC classified area’s.

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Dual certified glands, Ex d and Ex e (flameproof and increased safety) to be used and installed according to Supplier specifications.For EEXi circuits, EEXi certified glands shall be used.

Spare and unused glands shall be properly blinded (certified plug where applicable) or sealed.Blind plugs shall be provided by Contractor.

10.10 Junction Boxes

When junction boxes are installed in exposed areas, drain plugs shall be installed. Anti condensation heating shall be provided in boxes containing active components.

Junction boxes shall be designed with sufficient space for the expected number of cables and cable make-off's.

10.11 Cable Termination

10.11.1 Cable make-off

Cables with braid armour shall have outer heat shrink sleeve which is fitted over the complete cable make-off.

Instrument and telecommunication cables with both braid armour and screen shall have inner and outer heat shrink sleeves: The inner sleeve shall be drawn over the inner bedding, i.e. passed under the braiding providing insulation

between braiding and screen. The outer sleeve shall be fitted over the complete cable make-off. The inner sleeve may be excluded at terminations providing a minimum of 50 mm inner bedding.

To minimise the extent of hot work, sleeves of type self vulcanising-tape may be used on units in operation.

10.11.2 Termination

All HV cables shall be connected with voltage stress cone termination kits.All HV voltages stress cone termination kits shall be in compliance with preferred Supplier list.

All cable conductors shall be terminated by use of compression lugs or ferrules dependent upon the type of termination. The compression ferrule shall be the type where the conductor strands are inserted through the whole ferrule and reach the bottom of the terminal.

Support for cleating of cables when entering panels shall be provided.

In switchboards and distribution boards adequate space shall be provided for the use of a clip-on ampere meter without causing undue stress on the cable conductors or connections.

The braid armour and the screen shall be separated from each other as well as from the conductors, twisted and fitted as required. This shall be done without any reduction of the cross sectional area.

Where the screens shall be left disconnected (applicable for field instruments), it shall be sealed and isolated with an isolating cap which allows for insulation testing without any disconnecting.

Only one conductor is allowed in each terminal of a terminal block/row for external connections. This is not related to terminals as an integrated part of internal components (e.g. relays, contactors) of the equipment.

Cable termination for instrumentation (junction boxes, panels etc.) shall be connected to terminals of Phoenix-Contact of the Clip line series. (max up to 2,5 mm2)

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10.11.3 Moulded cables

Moulded cables as a part of electric devices such as solenoid valves or pressure switches shall be connected to an EEXe moulded plastic junction box (Contractor’s scope) in the direct vicinity of the device (often several devices are connected to one central EEXe junction box). From this junction box a cable in compliance with Company’s specification shall be used for connection to the control system.The unarmoured or unshielded cable(s) shall be protected against mechanical damage as much as possible.

Identical solution as described above for devices with very small termination housings (to small to adapt armoured cabling).

If the device is in the vicinity of the system, the unarmoured or unshielded cable shall be sufficiently protected against mechanical damage. Special attention shall be paid to the type of glands if these cables will be connected to EEXd enclosures.

10.12 Spare Conductors

Spare conductors in cables shall be terminated on terminals and left floating.

In cabinets all spare conductors shall be marked with terminal number and connected to terminals.

If there are no spare terminals left in the cabinet, all spare conductors shall be covered with yellow/green sleeves, marked with relevant cable number and connected directly to the relevant earth bar.

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11.0 EARTHING

11.1 General

The installation shall be installed according to the general earthing layout drawings and shall be in accordance with the applicable codes and standards. For general earthing philosophy refer to Specification 613.

All connections should be secured against self-loosening.

Earth bars shall be located to allow easy access for inspection and maintenance.

Earth wires shall be as short as possible, series looping of earth wiring is not allowed.

11.2 Main Earth Reference

The Main earth reference for al earthing systems shall be the main structure.

If aluminium is used for any part of the main structure, attention shall be given to ensure that continuity in the structural earth is maintained at aluminium/steel interface points.

The Main earth reference points shall be earth bosses welded to the structure as close as possible to the cabinet/equipment. Alternatively, earth bars mounted on earth bosses welded to structure may be used.Main electrical equipment (skids, MCC panels, containers, etc.) shall be earthed at least at two separatepoints.

There shall be a separate Main earth reference point for PE and IE.

The distance between the PE and IE reference points shall be minimum 1000 mm.

11.3 Protective Earth

Field equipment shall be connected to the PE system through a separate conductor in the cable. The braid armour shall be earthed and shall be electrically continuous from the field to the central equipment PE bar.

Equipment supplied by single core cables shall be connected to PE by a separate earth cable. The separate earth cable shall run alongside the power cables to form a "cable system" and be terminated to the field equipment earth terminal as well as feeding and earth bar/terminal.

Before installation of the bolted earth connections, ensure that all surfaces are free of paint, corrosion and grease to provide minimum resistance.

Earth cables shall not be laid in instrument trays.

Earth cables shall be installed in one length. Joints are not allowed.

The copper braid of single core cables shall be earthed at both ends.

11.4 Instrumentation and Telecommunication Earth

The IE shall be the earth reference for non intrinsically safe, intrinsically safe instrumentation and telecommunication 0 volt references, etc.

The IE screen shall be left floating in the field end. It shall be electrically continuous from the field equipment and be connected to IE bar in the central cabinet.

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The screen shall be connected to one IE bar only for signal cables between two control cabinets.

11.5 Equipotential Bonding

Exposed conductive parts located in hazardous and mechanical ventilated areas shall be equipotential bonded to the main structure.

Equipotential bonding shall be provided between the platform structure and all pre assemblies, modules and decks which are not welded.

Equipotential bonding shall be applied for equipment which is isolated from main structure.

11.6 Earth Bar and Earth Boss

11.6.1 Earth bar

Earth bars shall be fabricated from copper and provided to suit number and size of connections.Main earth bars shall be fabricated from tinned copper.

PE bars shall be connected to the nearest convenient main structure point through an insulated earth conductor or through the supply/feeder cable.

IE bars shall be isolated from the enclosure and connected to the nearest convenient main structure point through an insulated earth conductor.

11.6.2 Earth boss

Where earth bosses are used, each earth boss shall only have one connection. Surface of earth bosses shall be free of paint.After connection the whole assembly shall be sealed against corrosion.

Earth bosses shall be as per general drawing (specification 613).

11.6.3 Mounting Boss

Mounting bosses shall be used for mounting of equipment on the outside of buildings, such as cable trays lighting fixtures junction boxes etc.

Mounting bosses shall be as per general drawing (specification 613).

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12.0 SUPPORT SYSTEM

12.1 Cable Ladder and Support System

Construction.Cable ladder shall be type welded construction. Profiled side beams with draining holes on bottom for drainage of water. Slotted C-type rungs for possibility of mounting of clamps and ancillary items.The side beams shall be of continuous side beam perforation in order to prevent drilling in case of connecting shortened straight elementsAll main cable trays shall be type heavy duty with a minimum height of 125mm, side runs shall have a minimum height of 50mm.

FittingsOnly fittings should be used that belong to manufacturer’s standard range. At a minimum this range should consist of: 45° flat bends, 90° flat bends, T-pieces, inside and outside risers, adjustable articulated riser sets and branch pieces.Fittings should have similar sidewall profile as straight lengths to have a smooth joint and to avoid sharp edges.Fittings should have integrated couplers to allow easy fixing to the straight lengths.

Material/finishingAll items shall be Stainless Steel Type 316L, and pickled and passivated after fabrication by manufacturerContractor shall verify the deliveries of the supplier are accordingly.Ventillated coverFor cable ventilation purposes manufacturer’s standard range should offer a standard solution for cable ladder cover mounting of 25mm above side beam level.

Flexible expansion couplerIn order to provide compensation for changes in the length of a straight cable ladder run due to temperature variations standardised flexible expansion couplers should be used according to manufacturer’s technical instructions.Flexible expansion coupler shall also be used for connection where vibration transfers can be expected such as living quarters, offices, etc.

Installation instructionsManufacturer’s installation instructions shall be followed.

SupportingMain cable tray supporting system shall be fully welded and coated according to specification 525.Side runs supporting systems can be mounted on stainless Steel 316L type “Unistrut” or welded and coated supports as per specification 525.

Maximum distance between the supports shall be as specified by Supplier.

Cable ladders installed horizontally shall have sufficient space to facilitate cable pulling and fixing.

All surfaces shall be cleaned prior to bolting together.

Cable support systems shall be located to leave sufficient space for surface protection of adjacent structure.

Main cable ladders inside Living quarters and offices can be type “Scheepsladderbaan” also inside these buildings cable ladders and supporting system can be Hot dip galvanised according to NEN EN ISO 1461 (BS EN ISO 1461).

In offices and living quarters where multidiscipline socket outlets are grouped together, multipurpose cable channels designed for recessed installed outlets shall be used.

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Single core main power cables shall be fixed on the cable ladders with trefoil cleats.The cable ladders selected shall have the ability to withstand the maximum electro dynamical forces which can arise during short circuit with the specified trefoil cleats.

To avoid galvanic corrosion refer to paragraph 14.7.

All supporting and cable trays shall be delivered by Contractor.

12.2 Kick Plate/Protection Shield

Kick plate shall be fitted around penetrations in floor.

Protection shield shall be installed where cables can be exposed to physical damages.

12.3 Equipment Brackets and Supports

Equipment brackets and supports shall not be installed on removable deck, hatches, grating, panels, handrails, pipes or other removable equipment unless specified otherwise.

12.4 Earthing of Cable Trays

For earthing of cable trays see general specification 613.

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13.0 MARKING AND LABELLING

13.1 General

All marking shall be in accordance with the cable schedule, instrument list and equipment list.

13.2 Cable LaddersHigh voltage cable ladders shall be marked with warning labels in accordance with the national regulations.

13.3 Equipment

All labels shall be fabricated and installed in accordance with the following requirements: Labels shall be located close to the equipment and be easily visible. Labels shall not be mounted on removable parts. Labels shall be fixed by SST 316L screws, rivets or suitable glue (only in dry areas). Labels shall be of engraved traffolyte, marked as follows:

- Black letters on yellow background, letter size 10-2- mm.Electrical, instrumentation and telecommunication systems (service description in English language).

- White letters on red background, letter size 10-20 mm.Instrument ESD systems, Fire & Gas systems and warning labels (service description in English language).

Warning labels shall be in accordance with national regulations.

13.4 Tubing for Air and Hydraulic Supply

Supply tubing shall be marked with consumer tag number at the distribution manifold or at hook-up to main line.

When tubing enters through bulkheads/penetrations, tubing shall be marked with tag number on both sides.

13.5 Cabling

13.5.1 Cables

Each cable shall be marked with indelible and non-corrosive cable markers indicating the cable number. The cable markers shall be clearly visible after cleating and strapping.

Each cable shall have a cable marker located: at one side of multi cable transits at both ends outside cabinets with gland/MCT entries inside cabinets with open entries.

Heat tracing cables shall be marked: on the cable loop inside the junction box warning labels indicating the legend "Heat Tracing Cable" shall be fitted to the thermal insulation covers as

required, at maximum distance 5 meters warning labels indicating "Heat Tracing Splice" and "Heat Tracing End Seal" shall be fitted to the thermal

insulation covers above splices and end seals.

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13.5.2 Identification of busbars, conductors and wires

Individual conductors and wires shall be identified with a closed, slip-on type plastic cable identification ferrule, carrying a number identical to the terminal. This is also applicable to the single conductors for cross wiring between the terminal blocks in panels.

Busbars, conductors and earth wires shall be coded as follows:

AC systems:Phase 1 L1Phase 2 L2Phase 3 L3Neutral NProtective Earth PEProtective Earth/Neutral PENInstrument Earth IE

DC systems:Positive pole (+)Negative pole (-)

13.5.3 Colour coding of earth conductors, earth bars and cables screen

Protective earth (PE) Earth conductors shall be coloured yellow/green. The braid armour shall be covered with sleeves, coloured yellow/green. PE bars shall be marked yellow/green.

Instrument earth (IE)The IE screen shall be covered with sleeves, coloured yellow/black and with:- a red mark for non-IS cables- a blue mark for IS cables.

IE bars shall be marked yellow/black and with:- a red mark for bars containing non-IS cables only- a blue mark for bars containing IS cables only- both red and blue mark containing non-IS and IS cables.

BondingStatic earth conductors shall be coloured yellow/green.

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14.0 MATERIALS

14.1 Equipment Materials

All equipment and materials shall minimum be flame retardant with low halogen content.

Equipment enclosures located outdoors, in natural ventilated areas and wash down areas, shall be made of proven sea water resistant material or protected by a coating system.

Electrical/electronic equipment in panels shall be protected against hydraulic leakage.

14.2 Junction Boxes

Junction boxes shall be made of glassfibre reinforced plastic with polyester resin. In outdoor areas exposed to changing environmental conditions stainless steel 316L may be used.

14.3 Cable Support Systems

Cable support systems located outdoors and indoors in natural ventilated areas and wash down areas shall be made of stainless steel 316 L.

Cable protection shields shall be made in the same material as the cable support system in the area.

14.4 Equipment Brackets and Supports

Equipment brackets, supports and junction box stands shall be fabricated from 316L SS.

14.5 Earth Bosses

Earth bosses shall be made of stainless steel 316 L.

14.6 Fixing Materials

Screws, bolts, nuts and spring washers shall be made of stainless steel 316L. Star washers shall not be used.

14.7 Precautions against Galvanic Corrosion

Long term precautions against galvanic corrosion shall be taken whenever contact between dissimilar metals is present, by the use of PTFE (Teflon) strip.

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15.0 PREFERRED SUPPLIER LIST

All instrumentation and consumable materials shall be supplied in accordance with the preferred supplier list. Contractor shall specify the type/model, material and other technical data of the applicable instrumentation.Other type/manufacturer shall not be used without written approval from Company.

Material Manufacturer

Actuator (for shutdown valve) Biffi

Air filter / regulator Emerson (Fisher Controls 67FR-316L)

Battery Circuit Breaker Boxes (Eexd) Electromach

Cable gland CMP Triton T3 CDS ( brass ) Eexd / EexeHummel ( plastic ) Eexe / EExiCooper Crouse Hinds Eexe / EEi

Cable ladders Legrand or Ogleand

Cable Lugs AMP ( type PIDG ) or bootlace ferrules

Cable transits Roxtec

Cable / Tubing supporting Unistrut , Legrand or Ogleand

Call points (ESD,AR,MFA) MEDC

Compression fittings Swagelok

Choke Valve Vonk

Control Valve Emmerson ( Fisher Controls )MokveldMasoneilan

Distribution Panels ( EExd ) Electromach

Drain / Volume bottle Swagelok Nederland

Electronic Transmitter ( P , dP , T ) EmersonHoneywellYokogawa

Floodlights IMTOrgaChalmit

Flow switch FCI

Gas detector Simtronic

Gas sampling system Interline

Heat detectors Tyco

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Heaters ( Eex ) Intertec Bartec

Heat tracing ThermonBartecTyco

Helideck Lighting IMTOrga

HV Termination kit Raychem

HV Junction Boxes Abtech

Infra-red flame detectors Thorn Security

Instrument cable and Electrical cable Draka Norsk CableCCIUnika

Instrument Enclosure IntertecMulti Instruments

Isolation / Control Switches Cooper Crouse Hinds

Junction Boxes EEXD ElectromachBartecStahl

Junction Boxes EEXE/I Cooper Crouse HindsBartecRose

Junction Boxes FF Moore IndustriesPhoenix

Level gauges ( transparant ) Klinger-PicoffKSR Kuebler

Level gauges ( magnetic ) Intra AutomationKSR Kuebler

Level switches MagnetrolWEKA ( for magnetic level gauge )

Level transmitter ( capacitive ) Siemens MilltronicsMagnetrolVega

Level transmitter ( radar ) MagnetrolVega

Lighting Fixtures VictorIMT

Magnetic Flow Meter Endress & HauserEmerson ( Fisher-Rosemount )

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Mass Flow Meter Emerson ( Micromotion )

Manifold , Instrument valve KenmacWhiteyMulti InstrumentsOliver

Motors EExd Loher

Orifice flanges Den HolderPECO ( Perry Equipment )ISA ControlsODS

Orifice meter runs PECO ( Perry Equipment )ISA Controls

Panels / Cabinets Rittal

Pilot / Solenoid valve Versa / Asco

Positive Displacement Meter Bopp & Reuther

Pressure gauges Stewart BuchananBadothermStiko

Pressure Monitor Dynatrol

Pressure relief valve Tyco

Pressure switches CCS

Socket Outlet ( Eex ) Cooper Crouse Hinds

Process Sounders (non Eex inside LQ) Askari

Smoke detector Tyco

Status Lights MEDC

Temperature detector Tyco

Temperature gauges BadothermObservator

Temperature switches CCS

Terminals Phoenix-Contact

Tie-wraps ( black ) Thomas & Betts

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Tubing SS TPSDMV StainlessFine TubesSandvikAutoclave

Ultrasonic Meter Krohne ( liquid )Instromet ( gas )Sickmaihak