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T ECHNICAL C OMMENT S HEET     Rev . Project BK-TNG WELLHEAD PLATFORM PROJECT

TECHNICAL COMMENT SHEET

   

Rev.

Project

BK-TNG WELLHEAD PLATFORM PROJECT

 

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Document No.: 1014-BKTNG-EL-RPT-0001

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Document Title: Electrical Design Basis.

 

B

Prepared by: T.H. Toai

Checked by: P.H.Viet

Authorised by: L.V.Dung

Sheet No.:

C-1014-BKTNG- EL-RPT-0001

Sign:

 

Sign:

 

Sign:

 
 

Date: 24/02/2014

Date: 24/02/2014

Date: 24/02/2014

CODE : 1

 

Comment

Status:

TECHNICAL COMMENTS - FEED

 

O/C/CI

Comment No.

 

Description

   

Criticality **)

Status *)

By

 

VSP Comment:

       

This Electrical Design Basis, Rev.0 will be approved with minor comment as below:

1

For Sections 6.1:

 

CI

T.H.

Last paragraph: Please correct that fuel of GTG is gas only, not dual fuel.

Toai

Technip Respond:

 

Noted. Will be corrected in next issue.

 

*) O = Open; C = Closed; CI = Closed if implemented in document. **) NC =Non Conformance (Response required); N=Note (Response required); A=Advice (No Response Required).

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Code 1:

Documents to which it has no comments, WORKS can proceed;

Code 2:

Documents to which it has minor comments, WORKS may proceed but CONTRACTOR to revise and resubmit accordingly.

Code 3:

Documents rejected. CONTRACTOR shall re-prepare the documents and re-submit for COMPANY approval.

   

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1.0

GENERAL

4

1.1

Background

4

1.2

Purpose of document

4

1.3

Definitions and Abbreviations

5

1.4

Reference Documents

7

1.5

Units of measurements

8

1.6

Language

8

2.0

CODES, STANDARDS AND APPILCABLE DOCUMENTS

8

2.1

Applicable IEC standards

8

2.2

Other standards

11

3.0

ENVIRONMENT CONDITIONS

13

4.0

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT ENCLOSURE AND HAZARDOUS AREA CLASSIFICATION

13

4.1

Operational safety and reliability

13

4.2

Standardization of Equipment and Materials

13

4.3

Maintainability and Accessibility

13

4.4

Protection against Explosion and Fire Hazard

14

4.5

Certificates, Declarations and Test Reports

14

4.6

Degree of Protection

15

5.0

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM DESIGN

15

5.1

General

15

5.2

System Voltage

15

5.3

Equipment Operating Voltages

16

5.4

Voltage and Frequency Variation

17

6.0

LOAD ASSESSMENT AND ELECTRICITY CONSUMPTION

17

6.1

Main Power Generators

18

6.2

Distribution Transformers

18

6.3

Emergency Power Generator

18

6.4

Other Electrical Equipments

19

6.5

Short Circuit Ratings

19

7.0

ELECTRICAL POWER GENERATION AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

19

7.1

Power Generation System Operation

19

7.2

Power Distribution

19

8.0

DESIGN AND SELECTION OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT

20

8.1

Main Power Generators

20

   

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8.3

Synchronization:

23

8.4

Power Supply Monitoring and Control System (PSMCS)

23

8.5

6.0kV Switchgear

24

8.6

Distribution Transformer

24

8.7

Neutral Grounding Resistor

25

8.8

400V Switchboard/MCC

25

8.9

Integrated Motor Control Centre (IMCS)

27

8.10

Electric Motors

27

8.11

Variable Frequency Drive (VFD)

28

8.12

Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)

29

8.13

Bus duct

30

8.14

Electric Power and Control Cables

31

8.15

Sizing of Cables

32

8.16

Cable Installation

33

8.17

Lighting System

33

8.18

Navigational Aids

36

8.19

Socket Outlets

38

8.20

Multi Cable Transits (MCT)

38

8.21

Cable Glands (stainless steel/ nickel plated brass)

39

8.22

Electrical Heat Tracing

39

8.23

Junction Boxes

40

8.24

Cable Ladder/ Tray

40

8.25

Conduits and Accessories

41

9.0

CONTROL, PROTECTION AND MONITORING

41

9.1

Generator Feeders

41

9.2

Switchgear/ MCC Incomer Feeders

42

9.3

Motor Starters

42

9.4

Transformer Feeder

43

9.5

Feeders

43

9.6

Small Power and Lighting

43

10.0

EARTHING

43

10.1

System Earthing

43

10.2

Equipment Earthing

44

10.3

Lightning Protection

44

11.0

EQUIPMENT CLEARANCE

45

12.0

ELECTRICAL ROOM REQUIREMENT (WITH RAISED FLOOR)

45

   

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1.0 GENERAL

1.1 Background

Thien Ung field is located in the middle part of Block 04-3 in the Nam Con Son Basin, offshore the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, approximately 15 km of Dai Hung field, and approximately 270 km southeast of Vung Tau. The Block 04-3 covers an area of approximately 2600 km2. The Thien Ung field is including its 2 structural parts. Thien Ung structure discovery was made in 2004 with the 04-3-TU-1X well. Two subsequent appraisal wells (04.3-TU-2X and 04.3-TU-3X), drilled and tested respectively, delineated the field.

Location of Thien Ung field is shown in Figure 1.1 below.

Location of Thien Ung field is shown in Figure 1.1 below. Figure 1.1: Thien Ung Reservoir

Figure 1.1: Thien Ung Reservoir Location

1.2 Purpose of document

The intent of this document is to provide an overview and guidelines for electrical power generation, distribution, and detail design of the electrical systems and services in Thien Ung Wellhead platform (BK-TNG).

The design shall fulfill the following engineering/design requirements:

Safe operation and maintenance for personnel as well as equipment

Reliable electrical power generation and distribution systems under all working condition at site

Efficient power distribution and utilisation

Commonality & interchange ability of equipment

Spare capacity for future load

Ease of operation, and minimum maintenance of equipment

Withstand the technical scrutiny of the third party independent verification body (appointed by COMPANY)

   

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The scope of electrical work covers all electrical supplies, main and emergency power generation, distribution, emergency generation, power system protection, earthing, power and control cabling, AC UPS systems, small power distribution and wiring, equipment, materials, lighting and small power, local control stations, navigational aids, and any other electrical items necessary for the completion of the works within the overall scope of the project.

It shall be supplemented by, and shall be read in conjunction with:

The Local statutory requirements and laws of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam, as applicable.

International Codes, Standards and Specifications.

Other Codes, Standards and Specifications which are cross referred in the above documents shall also be considered.

The minimum technical requirements are defined in this document, they are therefore subject to evolution and improvements but with the approval of COMPANY.

For more detailed information relevant specifications shall be referred.

1.3

Definitions and Abbreviations

1.3.1

Definitions

PROJECT

FEED service for BK-TNG Wellhead Platform

COMPANY The party which initiates the project and ultimately pays for its design and construction and owns the facilities. Here the COMPANY is Vietsovpetro (Referred to as VSP)

CONTRACTOR

The party which carries out all or part of the design, engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning of the project

VENDOR

The party on which the order or contract for supply of the equipment / package or services is placed

1.3.2

Abbreviations

ACB

Air Circuit Breaker

AGRU

Acid Gas Removal Unit

BK-TNG

Thien Ung Wellhead Platform

CCU

Central Control Unit

CWB

Copper Wire Braided (tinned)

DCS

Distributed Control System

ELCB

Earth Leakage Circuit Breaker

ESD

Emergency shutdown (system)

FEED

Front - End Engineering Design

FGS

Fire and Gas System

   

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FCU

Feeder Control Unit

FPR

Feeder Protection Relay

GCP

Generator Control Panel

IP

Ingress Protection

IMCS

Integrated Motor Control System

HPS

High Pressure Sodium

LSZH

Low smoke zero halogen

HV

High Voltage

LV

Low Voltage

LCS

Local Control Station or Remote Control Unit (RCU)

MBI

Metal Halide

MCB

Miniature Circuit Breaker

MCCB

Moulded Case Circuit Breaker

MCT

Multi Cable Transit

MCU

Motor Control Unit

NGR

Neutral Grounding Resistor or Neutral Earthing Resistor (NER)

PAGA

Public Address and General Alarm

PSMCS

Power Supply Monitoring and Control System

PVE

Petrovietnam Engineering Consultancy Joint Stock Corporation

RCCB

Residual Current Circuit Breaker

SDS

Shut Down System

SWB

Steel Wire Braided (galvanized)

TPGM

Technip Geoproduction (M) Sdn Bhd

TPVN

Technip Vietnam Company Limited

UPS

Uninterruptible Power Supply

UCP

Unit Control Panel

VCB

Vacuum Circuit Breaker

VCU

Vacuum Contactor Unit

VFD

Variable Frequency Drive

VSP

Vietsovpetro

   

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1.4 Reference Documents

1014-BKTNG-EL-EL-0001

Electrical Load List

1014-BKTNG-EL-RPT-0002

Electrical Load Analysis and Main Equipment Sizing Calculation

1014-BKTNG-EL-SP-0001

Specification for HV Switchgear

1014-BKTNG-EL-SP-0002

Specification for LV Switchboard/ MCC

1014-BKTNG-EL-SP-0004

Specification for Distribution Transformer

1014-BKTNG-EL-SP-0005

Specification for AC UPS

1014-BKTNG-EL-SP-0007

Specification for Navigational Aids System

1014-BKTNG-EL-SP-0008

Specification for LV Motors

1014-BKTNG-EL-SP-0010

Specification for Electrical Cables

1014-BKTNG-EL-DS-0001

Datasheet for HV Switchgear

1014-BKTNG-EL-DS-0002

Datasheet for LV Switchboard/ MCC

1014-BKTNG-EL-DS-0003

Datasheet for Distribution Board

1014-BKTNG-EL-DS-0004

Datasheet Distribution Transformer

1014-BKTNG-EL-DS-0005

Datasheet for AC UPS

1014-BKTNG-EL-DS-0007

Datasheet for Navigational Aids System

1014-BKTNG-EL-DS-0008

Datasheet for LV Motors (Typical)

1014-BKTNG-EL-DS-0010

Datasheet for Gas Turbine Generator (GTG)

1014-BKTNG-EL-DS-0011

Datasheet for Emergency Diesel Generator (EDG)

1014-BKTNG-PR-RPT-0001

Process and Utility Design Basis

1014-BKTNG-ME-SP-0016

Specification for Gas Turbine Generator Package

1014-BKTNG-ME-SP-0017

Specification for Emergency Diesel Generator Package

1014-BKTNG-ME-DS-0010

Datasheet for Gas Turbine Generator Package

   

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1.5

Units of measurements

The International System of units (S.I.) shall be used in all drawings and documentation unless otherwise stated.

1.6

Language

All drawings, documentation and correspondence shall be in the English Language.

2.0

CODES, STANDARDS AND APPILCABLE DOCUMENTS

The electrical system design shall generally comply with the latest revision and relevant sections of the following regulations, standards and codes of practices.

The applicable laws, international codes and standards are as follows:

Relevant Laws of Socialist Republic of Vietnam

International Electrotechnical Commission (IEC), and other standards listed in section 2.1 of this document.

Note: Unless specifically designated by date, the latest edition of each publication shall be used, together with amendments, supplements or revision thereto.

2.1

Applicable IEC standards

IEC 60034 Series

Rotating Electrical Machines

IEC 60038

IEC Standard Voltage

IEC 60044-1

Instruments Transformers – Part 1: Current Transformer

IEC 60044-2

Instruments Transformers – Part 2: Inductive Voltage Transformer

IEC 60050

International Electro technical Vocabulary

IEC 60071

Insulation Co-ordination

IEC 60072 Series

Dimensions and output series for rotating electrical machines

IEC 60073

Basic and Safety Principles for Man-machine Interface, Marking and Identification - Coding Principles for Indicators and Actuators

IEC 60076

Power transformers (all parts applicable to dry type power transformers)

IEC 60079

Electrical Apparatus for Explosive Gas Atmospheres.

IEC 60079-30

Electrical Apparatus for Explosive Gas Atmospheres – Electrical resistance heat tracing.

IEC 60085

Thermal evaluation and classification of electrical insulation

IEC 60092-350

Electrical Installations in Ships - Part 350: Shipboard power cables - General construction and test requirements

   

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IEC 60092-351

Electrical Installations in Ships - Part 351: Insulating materials for shipboard and offshore units, power, control, instrumentation, telecommunication and data cables

IEC 60092-352

Electrical Installations in Ships - Part 352: Choice and installation of electrical cables

IEC 60092-353

Electrical Installations in Ships - Part 353: Single and multi-core non-radial field power cables with extruded solid insulation for rated voltage 1 kV and 3 kV

IEC 60092-354

Electrical Installations in Ships - Part 354: Single -and three-core power cables with extruded solid insulation for rated voltages 6 kV (Um = 7,2kV) up to 30 kV (Um = 36 kV)

IEC 60092-359

Electrical Installations in Ships - Part 359: Sheathing Materials for Shipboard Power and Telecommunication Cables

IEC 60092-376

Electrical Installations in Ships - Part 376: Cables for control and instrumentation circuits 150/250 V (300 V)

IEC 60099

Surge Arresters

IEC 60137

Bushings for Alternating Voltages Above 1000V

IEC 60146

Semiconductor converters

IEC 60228

Conductors of insulated cables

IEC 60255

Electrical relays (all parts relevant to Project application)

IEC 60269

Low-voltage fuses

IEC 60270

Partial discharge measurements

IEC 60282

High-voltage fuses

IEC 60287

Electric cables – Calculation of the current rating

IEC 60331

Fire resisting characteristics of electric cables

IEC 60332

Tests on electric cables under fire conditions

IEC 60391

Marking of insulated conductors

IEC 60404

Magnetic Materials (all parts relevant to Project application)

IEC 60439

Low voltage switchgear and control gear assemblies

IEC 60445

Basic and safety principles of man-machine interface, marking and identification

- Identification of equipment terminals and conductor terminals

IEC 60446

Identification of conductors by colors or numerals

IEC 60470

High-voltage A.C. contactors

   

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IEC 60502:2006

Extruded solid dielectric insulated power cables for rated voltages from 1kV to 30 kV

IEC 60514

Acceptance Inspection of Class 2 Alternating Current Watthour Meters

IEC 60529

Classification of Degrees of Protection Provided by Enclosures

IEC 60623

Ni Cd stationary batteries

IEC 60664

Insulation co-ordination for equipment within low-voltage systems

IEC 60688

Electrical measuring transducer for converting A.C. electrical quantities to analogue or digital signals

IEC 60754

Test on gases evolved during combustion of materials from cables (Part 1 & Part 2)

IEC 60811

Common test methods for insulating and sheathing materials of electric cables

IEC 60836

Specification for Silicone Liquids for Electrical Purposes

IEC 60885

Electrical test methods for electric cables

IEC 60896

Stationary lead-acid batteries (Part 21: Valve regulated types methods of test & Part 22: Valve regulated types requirements)

IEC 60898-1

Circuit-breakers for overcurrent protection for household and similar installations

IEC 60909

Short-circuit currents in three-phase a.c. systems

IEC 60947

Low voltage switchgear and control gear

IEC 61000

Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC)

IEC 61034

Measurement of smoke density of electric cables burning under defined conditions

IEC 61140

Protection against electric shock – common aspects for installation and equipment

IEC 61204

Low voltage power and supply devices, DC output – Performance characteristic

IEC 61515

Mineral insulated thermocouple cables and thermocouples

IEC 61850 Series

Communication Networks and Systems in Substations

IEC 61892

Mobile and Fixed Offshore Units - Electrical Installations (all parts relevant to Project application)

IEC 62040

Stabilized Power Supplies, D.C. Output

   

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IEC 62271

High-voltage switchgear and control gear Project application)

(all parts relevant to

2.2 Other standards

API RP 14FZ

Design and Installation of Electrical Systems for Fixed and Floating Offshore Petroleum Facilities for Unclassified and Class I, Zone 0, Zone 1 and Zone 2 Locations

IES

Lighting Handbook

IES RP-12

Recommended Practice for Marine Lighting

CAP 437

Civil Aviation Authority (London) Offshore Helicopter Landing Areas : A Guide to Criteria, Recommended Minimum Standards and Best Practices

NFPA 496

Standard for Purged and Pressurized Enclosures for Electrical Equipment in Hazardous (Classified) Locations

NEMA MG 1

Motors and Generators

NEMA MG 2

Safety standard and guide for selection, installation and use of electric motors and generators

NEMA VE 1

Metal Cable Tray Systems

NEMA VE 2

Cable Tray Installation Guidelines

IALA

International Association of Lighthouse Authorities

NEK606

Cables for Offshore Installations Halogen Free, or Mud Resistant

NFPA 70

National Electrical Code (2011)

IEE

Recommendations for the electrical and electronic equipment of Mobile and Fixed offshore Installations

NFPA-780

Standard for the Installation of Lightning Protection Systems

IEEE std 32

Standard Requirements, Terminology, and Test Procedures for Neutral Grounding Devices

IEEE std 515

IEEE Standard for the Testing, Design, Installation, and Maintenance of Electrical Resistance Trace Heating for Industrial Applications

IEEE std 844

IEEE Recommended Practice for Electrical Impedance, Induction, and Skin Effect Heating of Pipelines and Vessels

IEEE std 519

IEEE Recommended Practices and Requirements for Harmonic Control in Electrical Power Systems

   

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IEEE std 484

IEEE Recommended Practice for Installation Design and Installation of Vented Lead-Acid Batteries for Stationary Applications

IEEE std 485

IEEE Recommended Practice for Sizing Lead-Acid Batteries for Stationary Applications

IEEE std 142

IEEE Recommended Practice for Grounding of Industrial and Commercial Power Systems

IEEE std 242

IEEE Recommended Practice for Protection and Coordination of Industrial and Commercial Power Systems

ISO 13702

Petroleum and natural gas industries - Control and mitigation of fires and explosions on offshore production installations

API 500

Recommended Practice for Classification of Locations for Electrical Installations at Petroleum Facilities Classified as Class I, Division I and Division 2

API 505

Recommended Practice for Classification of Locations for Electrical Installations at Petroleum Facilities Classified as Class I, Division I and Division 2, Third Edition

SOLAS 2004

Safety Of Life At Sea

DNV-OS-A101

Safety principles and Arrangements

DNV-OS-D201

Electrical Installations

DNV-OS-D202

Automation, Safety, and Telecommunication Systems (Oct. 2008)

The design and engineering of the electrical installation shall satisfy all statutory requirements of the national and/or local authorities.

The electrical installation shall be suitable for the site conditions.

In the event of contradiction between the requirements of this document, IEC, ISO, NFPA, DNV, NEMA, API, the particular IEC requirement shall prevail, provided the statutory obligations of both local and national authorities of the Socialist Republic of Vietnam are satisfied.

   

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3.0

ENVIRONMENT CONDITIONS

All electrical equipments installed outdoors shall be suitable for operation on offshore environment conditions. Electrical equipment installed indoors shall normally be operated in air conditioned environment; however they shall be suitable for short time duty in the outdoor environmental conditions prevailing at site, without temperature rise of any part of the electrical equipment exceeding the maximum permissible temperature rise values stipulated in the relevant IEC standards. The design environmental and climatic data are summarised below:

Atmosphere

Temperature outdoor

Relative humidity

Indoor Temperature

+ With Air-conditioning

+ Without Air-conditioning

:

:

:

:

:

Saliferous and Marine

Maximum ambient = 39 0 C

Minimum ambient = 21 0 C

Average ambient

= 27.1 0 C

Maximum

= 98 %

Minimum

= 62 %

24 0 C , +/- 2 0 C (Switchgear/MCC Room)

20 0 C, +/- 2 0 C (Battery Room)

+Δ5 0 C compare to outdoor temperature. Design room max is 44 C (ventilation only)

0

For all the other relevant environmental data, refer to Doc. No.: 1014-BKTNG-PR-RPT-0001; Document Title: “Process and Utility Design Basis”.

4.0

4.1

4.2

4.3

ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT ENCLOSURE AND HAZARDOUS AREA CLASSIFICATION

Operational safety and reliability

The design of the electrical installation shall be based on the provision of a safe and reliable supply of electricity at all times. Safe conditions shall be ensured under all operating conditions, including those associated with start-up and shutdown of plant and equipment, and throughout the intervening shutdown periods. The design of electrical systems and equipment shall ensure that all operating and maintenance activities can be performed safely. Provisions for alternative supply sources and supply routes, spare/stand- by capacity and automatic restarting schemes are required.

Standardization of Equipment and Materials

Equipment of similar nature, identical components and construction should be of the same manufacturer. This applies to HV switchgear, LV Switchboard, MCC, transformers, power and convenience outlets and luminaries, local control station, battery and safety switch.

Standardization of materials and equipment shall be aimed for and compatible with rational design. Equipment which will become obsolete in the near future shall not be selected.

Maintainability and Accessibility

Electrical facilities shall be designed, constructed and installed so that components of the facilities are accessible for maintenance and capable of being repaired and replaced.

   

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4.4 Protection against Explosion and Fire Hazard

Hazardous area classification drawings and document prepared by the Process Safety Discipline. This shall be used as the basis for the proper selection of electrical equipment and installations.

Electrical equipment should, as far as practical and economic, be located in the least hazardous areas. Electrical equipment installed in hazardous area shall have a type of protection suitable for the relevant zones and specified in accordance with IEC 60079.

Electrical equipment installed in indoor, non-hazardous areas within process areas shall be of a standard industrial type as specified in the relevant equipment design requirements.

Although many types of protection are available, the following shall be used in the final selection:

- For Zone 1, LV motors and all inherently non-sparking equipment, e.g., junction boxes

and luminaires, shall have type of protection ‘d’, ‘de’ or 'e'. HV motors and all inherently sparking equipment, e.g., switchgear and controlgear, shall have type of protection 'd' or ‘de’. Where such type of protection is not available, e.g., large high speed HV motors, type of protection 'p' shall be used. HV motors with type of protection 'e' shall not be used in zone 1 area.

- For Zone 2, motors and inherently non-sparking equipment shall have type of protection

'n', all equipment approved for Zone 1 is also acceptable. Inherently sparking equipment shall have type of protection 'd', ‘de’ or 'p', as stated for Zone 1.

For a process plant/ unit having Zone 2 hazardous area, outdoor non-hazardous area within its extent, Zone 2 equipment shall be installed to cater possibility of reclassification, interchange-ability of equipment and their spares. These criteria shall be applicable to equipment like motors, lighting fixtures, remote control units and welding and convenience sockets.

Equipment installed in non-hazardous areas such as within living quarters shall be standard-industrial type/ domestic type depending upon type of installation and/ or application.

For the installation of electrical equipment in hazardous areas, IEC 60079-14 shall be complied with and shall be certified by the approved authorities such as Baseefa in UK, PTB in Germany, LCIE in France, CSI in Italy, UL and FM in USA, CSA in Canada.

All hazardous area equipment shall be indexed against area classification, certification, and required maintenance to maintain certification validity. Copies of all hazardous area certificates or certificate of conformity shall be provided for all electrical/ electronic hazardous area equipment, in the English language.

4.5 Certificates, Declarations and Test Reports

For all major equipment, shall be obtained at least the Manufacturer’s test reports in accordance with the equipment design requirements, e.g., for generators, motors, HV and LV switchgear, UPS equipment and transformers.

Further certificates or declarations relating to the application of equipment for use in hazardous areas may be required by local authorities, according to the following rules:

a) For electrical apparatus in Zone 0, Zone 1 and Zone 2 areas, a certificate of conformity shall be obtained from the Manufacturer/Supplier.

b) For electrical apparatus in Zone 2 areas, which has type of protection ‘n’, a declaration of compliance may be accepted instead of a certificate of conformity.

   

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4.6

Degree of Protection

 

Unless otherwise specified in the equipment specification, the following minimum degrees of protection of the enclosure against contact with live or moving parts and against ingress of solid foreign bodies and liquid shall be selected, in accordance with IEC 60529:

Indoors (with HVAC system)

 
 

HV switchgear

:

IP32

 

- LV switchboard / MCC

 

:

IP41

- UPS (Indoors with HVAC system)

:

IP31

- Ex-battery & enclosure

 

:

IP44

Indoors (without HVAC system)

 

-

Dry Transformer (in enclosure)

:

IP23

Outdoors areas

 

- Switch-rack, outdoor luminaire and JB

:

IP56

- Electric motors, alternators (outdoors/indoors)

:

IP56

IP of other equipment/devices/materials shall be according to DNV-OS-D201

5.0

ELECTRICAL SYSTEM DESIGN

 

5.1

General

The design of the electrical installation shall be based on the fundamental principles referred to above.

The designs and philosophies relating to the electrical system shall be adequately illustrated by a system design description, a key single line diagram, detailed single line diagrams, layout drawings, installation details, specifications, calculations and etc as required.

System studies, protection reports and the like shall be provided in support of the design,

as

required by relevant codes, standards and good engineering practice.

Power system studies shall be carried out using suitable and applicable software.

5.2

System Voltage

 

The electrical system voltages for the BK-TNG shall be as follows:

Generation voltages and frequency:

HV

generation

=

6.0kV, 3-phase, 3-wire, 50Hz

LV

generation

=

400/230V, 3-phase, 4-wire, 50Hz

   

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Distribution/Utilization voltages and frequency:

HV

System

=

6.0kV, 3-phase, 3-wire, 50Hz

LV

System

=

400/230V, 3-phase, 4-wire, 50Hz

 

=

230V, 1-phase, 2-wire, 50Hz

5.3 Equipment Operating Voltages

The system details at various utilisation equipment voltages shall be as given below:

 

Service

Voltage

Phase

HV

Main Power Generator

6.0kV

50Hz , 3-phase, 3-wire

HV

Power Distribution

6.0kV

50Hz , 3-phase, 3-wire

Motor rated above 200kW (Note 1)

6.0kV

50Hz , 3-phase, 3-wire

Motors rated 200kW and below

400V

50Hz , 3-phase, 3-wire

Emergency Power Generator

400V

50Hz , 3-phase, 4-wire

LV

Power distribution

400V

50Hz , 3-phase, 4-wire

Lighting & Small Power

230V

50Hz , 1-phase, 2-wire

HV

Switchgear :

   

Motor VCU Control

230V

50Hz , 1-phase, 2-wire

Uninterruptible Power Supply

Voltage

 

Phase

Navigational Aids

24V

DC

UPS

Helideck Lights, Aviation Obstruction Lights

 

AC

UPS, 50Hz , 1-phase,

230V

2-wire

DCS, ESD, FGS, Public Address and Alarm (PAGA) System

 

AC

UPS, 50Hz , 1-phase,

230V

2-wire (Redundant)

Turbine/ Emergency/ Gas Engine Generator Control Panel, Turbine compressor control panel and critical mechanical package control panel

 

AC

UPS, 50Hz , 1-phase,

230V

2-wire

   

AC

UPS, 50Hz , 1-phase,

Telecommunication

230V

2-wire

VCB & ACB tripping/closing circuit, and protective relays and signalization

 

AC

UPS, 50Hz , 1-phase,

230V

2-wire (Refer Note 2)

   

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Uninterruptible Power Supply

Voltage

Phase

Turbo Machinery (back-up) DC post lube oil pump

 

AC UPS, 50Hz , 1-phase,

230V

2-wire

Note 1: Approval for using 400V driver motors rated above 200kW, may be considered on a case-to-case basis by COMPANY.

Note 2: Any other required operating voltage should be derived internally by Manufacturer.

5.4

Voltage and Frequency Variation

The electrical system shall be designed based on the following criteria:

a) Under steady state condition, the voltages at all points on the system shall be kept between +5% and –5% of the nominal voltage and the frequency shall be maintained within +/-2% of rated frequency.

b) The voltage dip during large motor starting as per the following:-

- 15% for voltage dip at Switchgear/MCC bus

- 20% at motor terminal for HV motors (DOL)

- 20% at motor terminal for LV motors (DOL)

Voltage transient due to load variation tolerance shall be +/-20% from nominal voltage as per IEC 61892-1.

6.0

LOAD ASSESSMENT AND ELECTRICITY CONSUMPTION

A schedule of the installed electrical loads, the maximum normal running load and the peak

load, expressed in kilo-watt, kilo-VAr and kilo-VA and based on the facility design capacity

when operating under the site conditions specified, shall be prepared.

It shall be completed and updated regularly throughout the design stage of the project and

shall form the basis for provision of the necessary electricity supply and distribution system

capacity.

The following formulas shall be used for determining the total electrical loads:

Maximum Load

=

The larger value of either {A + (0.3xB)} or

 

{A + Largest Single Intermittent Load}

Peak Load

=

The larger value of either {Maximum load + (0.1xC)} or

 

{Maximum Load + Largest Single Standby Load}

Where:

A = Total sum of Continuous Loads (in Load List)

B = Total sum of Intermittent Loads (in Load List)

   

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C = Total sum of Standby Loads (in Load List)

All known future loads for Continuous, intermittent and standby operation shall also be defined and included in the equipment sizing.

The capacity of the electrical points of supply (generation, and associated switchgear) shall

be capable of supplying continuously 120% of the peak load, assessed according to the

applicable load data, without exceeding specified voltage limits, and equipment ratings.

6.1 Main Power Generators

There shall be two (2) nos. of gas turbine driven main power generators (1 + 1) on BK-TNG.

Each of the main power generators shall be sized to cater for 100% of the total (ultimate) load

of the BK-TNG during normal operation. Hence, one of the two main power generator shall

act as the duty machine, the remaining unit to act as the “cold” standby machine.

The main power generation shall be capable of fulfilling at least the following specific requirements:

a) Supplying maximum load and simultaneously starting the largest motor load, with the spare unit inoperative in accordance with the load list summary.

b) Maintaining the stability of the electrical system in response to step changes in load or available power.

c) Maintain adequate spare capacity for known future loads as shown in electrical load list and mechanical equipment list.

Main power generator plant site rating should be capable of sustaining at least 120% of the calculated “peak load”.

The two main power generators installed shall have gas fuel capability of using treated well gas as fuel.

6.2 Distribution Transformers

Dry type cast resin distribution transformers shall be used. Two distribution transformers feeding into each main LV switchboard and shall be rated for 2 x 100% configuration – i.e.

Both operating transformers shall be capable of catering to at least 100% of the entire main

LV switchboard load.

Transformers shall be sized to handle the tabulated peak operating load, plus 20% spare capacity.

6.3 Emergency Power Generator

In the event of loss of mains power supply from all the main power generators, emergency

electrical power to the BK-TNG will be supplied by an emergency power generator. The emergency power generator shall be sized to cater for all the life support loads, essential process and utility loads, essential Living Quarters (LQ) loads plus black-starting loads (i.e. those necessary to allow restarting of the first main power generator).

The emergency power generator shall have battery start (primary) and hydraulic (secondary) start facilities.

The emergency power generator shall have additional at least 20% spare capacity of the calculated emergency ‘peak load’ in anticipation for future load growth.

   

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6.4

Other Electrical Equipments

Unless otherwise specified, other electrical not identified on the above shall be sized based on the peak load plus 20% spare capacity.

6.5

Short Circuit Ratings

All equipment shall be capable of withstanding the effects of short circuit currents and consequential voltages arising in the event of equipment or circuit faults.

The short circuit ratings of equipment and cables, including the short circuit making and breaking capacity of circuit switching devices, shall be based on parallel operations of all supplies which can be paralleled during normal-operations; it will also include the contribution that can be expected from the connected load.

The use of current-limiting reactors, Is-limiters and similar devices intended specifically as a means of limiting the magnitude of short circuit currents shall not be used.

7.0

ELECTRICAL POWER GENERATION AND DISTRIBUTION SYSTEM DESCRIPTION

7.1

Power Generation System Operation

The main generating plant shall consist of 2 x 100% gas turbine driven 6.0kV, 50 Hz, 3-phase main power generators.

Emergency power shall be provided at 400/230V, 50 Hz, 3-phase, 4wire by an Emergency Power Generator.

The emergency power generator shall start automatically on detection of mains failure – and if ESD permitting. It shall be capable of starting, accelerating to operating speed, and carrying load after actuation of start signal. The emergency power generator shall be capable of continuous parallel operation with main power turbine generators.

The electrical power distribution system shall initially be energised by emergency power generator. The system control operator has at this point to select the main duty power generators (to be started-up) and close low voltage breakers needed to energise the selected main power generator auxiliaries and utility loads.

From the selected machine control panel location a manual start shall be attempted. Upon a successful main generator start, generator feeder breaker shall be closed to energise the HV Switchgear and downstream power distribution system.

During commissioning and in case of emergency power generator also fails, temporary power supply generator shall feed power to selected LV loads.

Once the 400V switchboards are energized from the main power generator, the emergency power generator can be taken off-line and run-down.

A trip signal originating from a generator control panel shall trip the generator circuit breaker and the excitation system and prime mover.

7.2

Power Distribution

The power distribution system philosophy requires electrical systems to be designed to maximize flexibility, reliability and maintainability. The ultimate goal during distribution system design is to allow for reliable process operation concurrent with ongoing isolation and maintenance of selected parts of the electrical system.

The project distribution system voltages shall be as follows:

   

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a) 6.0 kV, 50Hz, 3-phase, 3-wire, low resistance grounded wye shall be utilised for power generation and distribution;

b) 400/230V, 50Hz, 3-phase, 4-wire, solidly grounded wye shall be utilised for distribution to motor control centres;

c) 400V, 50Hz, 3-phase, 3-wire, un-grounded wye shall be utilised for LV distribution (where necessary).

The design of low voltage (400/230V, 50Hz, 3-phase, 4-wire) power distribution system shall be provided with both main bus sections and emergency bus sections. An auto-transfer switch system shall transfer power supply from main generator (normal) supply to emergency generator supply and vice versa (re-transfer). Both “Transfer” and “re-transfer” shall be effected by “make-before-break” principle so as to realise a no-break transition - when both sources are available.

High voltage (6.0kV, 50Hz) switchgear comprising bus section ‘A’ and bus section ‘B’, normally closed bus-coupler, main generator incomers and outgoing feeders/motor starters.

For 400/230V consumers, the 6.0kV supply is stepped-down to main 400/230V Switchboard/MCC through 6.0/0.420 kV distribution transformers.

All electric power consumed by the LQ shall be derived from the BK-TNG power distribution system.

Dual redundant feeders shall be utilised for transmitting 400/230V AC normal & emergency power, and AC UPS power from BK-TNG to LQ.

8.0

DESIGN AND SELECTION OF ELECTRICAL EQUIPMENT

Design life for all facilities shall be 25 years. Equipment/materials must have at least 2 years of proven offshore field experience with good client reference. All equipment/material shall be sourced from the approved Manufacturer list which had been approved by COMPANY.

Main Power Generators shall be installed in a well-ventilated Main Power House and Emergency Power Generator shall be housed in a movable Emergency Generator Room.

Separate HV Switchgear room, Transformer room, LV MCC room and UPS/ Emergency MCC room, Battery room shall be provided.

8.1

Main Power Generators

The 6.0kV turbine driven main power generators shall be designed and constructed in accordance with the Project Specification for Power Generators (1014-BKTNG-ME-SP-0016) and Project Datasheet Power Generators (1014-BKTNG-ME-DS-0010 & 1014-BKTNG-EL-

DS-0010).

The main power generator skids shall be housed in a 316L stainless steel clad weather-proof / acoustic enclosures, and designed and certified suitable for operating in Zone 2 hazardous location.

8.1.1

Generator System Control

The generator control system shall cater to “n + 1” configuration of 6.0kV, 3 -phase, 50Hz, 0.8 power factor, low resistance grounded turbine driven main power generators - where n=1.

The main power generators shall each be furnished a package comprising an enclosed skid mounted turbine driver/generator assembly and a remotely mounted PLC based unit control panel (GCP) complete with all controls, governors, automatic voltage regulator and ancillary equipment.

Generator shall be suitable for operation:

a) In stand-alone operation

   

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b) Parallel with the other main power generators

c) Parallel with the emergency power generator

The turbine generator control panels shall include but not limited to the following:

a) Power generation system

b) Control and metering

c) Generator protection relays

d) Interface with Power Supply Monitoring and Control System (PSMCS)

The GCP for each main power generator shall consist of a turbine control section and an alternator control section. The complete unit for each machine shall be installed as to form a single row of control panels (for all machines) in the control room.

All control and operation functions of the main power generators and emergency power generators shall be located on the individual generator(s) control panel which provides unit control and protection.

There is no intention of remote operation of any machine, except from the PSMCS [described in 8.3].

Emergency stopping of the main generator shall be effected either by depressing the generator control panel mounted “emergency push button” for the respective main generator GCP or a similar hard wired “emergency stop” push button located adjacent to each main generator package skid.

Emergency stop trip signal from ESD shall be similarly routed to the GCP.

The main generators shall be provided with automatic control schemes. This shall include the facilities for auto-starting, automatic synchronising and automatic loading.

Main Generation shall be controlled as follows:

Isochronous and droop speed control.

Isochronous and droop voltage control

Voltage control equipment consisting of automatic voltage control with a manual control stand-by system. Manual control system shall follow the set point of the automatic control system to allow for automatic changeover from the automatic to the manual control system without significant voltage transients in the case of the automatic voltage control system failure. Reactive-Power sharing among sets shall be provided for the voltage control system.

Each main generator shall be provided with the alarm equipment, indicating instruments and integrating meters and generator protection relay.

The main generator shall be equipped with a brushless exciter consisting of a three phase synchronous initiating rectifier assembly and a permanent magnet generator (PMG) pilot exciter. The excitation system shall comprise at least the following:

External excitation equipment

Duplicate (Main/Standby) Automatic Voltage Regulators (AVR)

Voltage adjuster (rheostat)

AVR excitation failure relay (alarm)

The AVR shall be of the electronic type provided with a fine voltage adjuster. It shall include frequency sensing circuitry to limit the ceiling voltage and to prevent damage to components when the generator is driven at reduced speeds, such as when starting or when the engine is at idling speed.

   

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The AVR shall be matched to the generator characteristics and should be installed in the generator control panel.

Generator shall be equipped with a damper winding on the rotor for parallel operation. Both ‘isochronous’, and ‘quadrature droop compensation’ of maximum 5% at full load shall be provided. A droop current transformer and droop rheostat shall be provided.

Generators shall be equipped with manual and automatic synchronising facilities including a check synchronising relay and a dead-bus override. In addition automatic synchronising and continuous load sharing with main power generation shall be provided.

Mimic diagram based on the key single line diagram shall be made available in the PSMCS to display main circuit breaker status for both the HV Switchgear and the LV Switchboard/MCC.

It shall also include alarm and trip indication for each breaker.

Generator control panel shall have an HMI for displaying live graphics that describe the workings and condition of the respective generator units.

8.1.2

Generator System Protection, Metering and Monitoring

The primary location for the metering, control, protection and monitoring of each generator shall be at their respective GCPs.

Secondary metering and monitoring locations shall be the DCS. The DCS shall serve the function of repeating selected status points, analogue values and all distribution alarms and trips and displaying at the DCS console in the Central Control Room.

Salient power generation data from GCP to DCS shall be transmitted by redundant RS 485 serial link with MODBUS protocol.

8.2

Emergency Diesel Generator

The 400/230V emergency power generator shall be designed and constructed in accordance with the Specification for Emergency Diesel Generator Package (1014-BKTNG-ME-SP-0017) and Datasheet for Emergency Diesel Generator (1014-BKTNG-ME-DS-0011 & 1014-BKTNG-

EL-DS-0011).

A diesel engine driven Emergency Power Generator shall be provided, rated 400/230V, 50Hz,

3-phase, 4-wire, 0.8 power factor, neutral solidly grounded. The emergency power generator package shall be furnished as a skid mounted package (consisting of prime mover, cooling system, dual starting systems, exhaust system, ventilation system and alternator) housed in a 316L stainless steel clad weather-proof / acoustic enclosure - designed and certified suitable for operating in Zone 2 hazardous location. The balance of equipment shall be housed in a GCP consisting of the controls, speed governor, automatic voltage regulator shall be installed remotely in the Emergency Electrical switchgear/MCC room.

Facilities for automatic start, test, synchronize and prolonged operation in parallel with the main power generator shall be provided. The emergency diesel generator shall capable of continuous parallel operation with the main power generators for weekly on load testing and maintenance.

The Emergency Power Generator itself shall have battery start system and hydraulic start system as primary and secondary starting facilities respectively.

The final rating of the emergency diesel generator shall be selected to cater for the following criteria, but not limited to these items:

1. Able to support all the process and utility emergency loads

2. Able to power up all life support systems

3. Able to support the essential Living Quarters (LQ) loads

   

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4. All Black starting loads (for starting-up one main power generator)

8.3 Synchronization:

The UCPs of the GTG#1, GTG#2 and EDG shall be provided with automatic and manual synchronizing.

Synchronizing schemes shall be provided for the circuit breakers associated:-

- 6.0kV main gas turbine generator 1 circuit;

- 6.0kV main gas turbine generator 2 circuit;

- 400V EDG incomer Circuit Breaker and 400V Normal Supply incomer circuit Breaker of essential LV switchboard.

The scheme shall include the use of AUTO/MANUAL/OFF synchronizing selector switches provided to meet the synchronising requirement.

8.4 Power Supply Monitoring and Control System (PSMCS)

PSMCS system (supplied as part of the LV switchboard/MCC package) shall be capable of performing at least the following functions and to have master control of the main power generators:

- Generator Output Control

Fixes steady state voltage and frequency to preset adjustable levels

Shares active and reactive load between interconnect sets

Allows sets to be selected for base load control

Automatically compensates set capability according to fuel type and inlet air temperature

- Engine Control

Automatically starts and loads sets due to operator initiation or detection of low spinning reserve

Automatically offloading and stops sets due to operator initiation or high spinning reserve

- Load Feeder Control

Initiates load sharing to avert cascade failure of the generation system in the event of one generator being overloaded.

- Synchronising

Automatic synchronizing of multiple sets across the bus sections

- Communication

Transfer of PSMCS specific data for display on DCS through dedicated redundant RS 485 serial link with MODBUS protocol.

- Human Machine Interface

Industrial PC based interface acting between GCP and operator during both commissioning (set-point configuration) and normal operation (control commands, status & alarm annunciation)

Display on-screen, monitored events and mimic diagram of key components under the GCP sphere of influence

   

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Power Generation & Distribution System Sequence of Event Recording, data logging and archiving

Interface with the generator GCP shall be hardwired for analogue signals and for rapid initiation/execution. Serial link data communication may be deployed if speed of data transmission is not necessary.

The PSMCS shall be a stand-alone system with dual redundancy for critical hardware e.g. controllers and data storage.

Failure of the PSMCS shall not cripple the operation main power (plant) generators.

8.5 6.0kV Switchgear

The 6.0kV Switchgear shall be designed and constructed in accordance with the Specification for HV Switchgear (1014-BKTNG-EL-SP-0001) and Datasheet for HV Switchgear (1014-

BKTNG-EL-DS-0001).

The type tested HV Switchgear shall be totally sheet metal enclosed, free standing, floor mounted panels of single front, bottom cable entry and fully compartmentalised arrangement. Facility for future extension at both ends shall be provided.

Ingress protection shall be to IP 32 (min.) per IEC 60529.

Incomer /outgoing feeders shall be withdrawable VCB. All switching devices shall be of withdrawable type. Each incoming and outgoing feeders shall occupy a single bay.

ESD signals and emergency stop button for motor feeder in switchboard/MCC will be required if necessary.

Each main incoming feeder shall be rated with 25% spare current carrying capacity.

The HV Switchgear shall be fully tested and certified for a fault and duty rating by an approved independent international testing laboratory.

The Switchgear shall interface with the Power Supply Management and Control System (PSMCS), which is described in Section 8.8, by serial link.

All start/stop commands, measurement/status/alarm reporting capabilities from the HV Switchgear can be realisable by the PSMCS.

8.6 Distribution Transformer

Distribution transformers shall be double copper wound “cast-resin” type units and designed and constructed in accordance with the Specification for Distribution Transformer (1014- BKTNG-EL-SP-0004) and Datasheet for Distribution Transformer (1014-BKTNG-EL-DS-

0004).

Distribution transformers shall be provided with louvered factory-installed safety enclosure with minimum ingress protection of IP23.

Passive protection against thermal overload shall be by winding embedded RTD’s that are wired to a local detection relay for interfacing with the primary circuit breaker feeder protection relay located at HV switchgear.

The distribution transformer base-rating shall be derived from natural cooling (i.e. AN); however transformer cooling fans shall be provided and activated automatically in case of high winding temperature detected.

   

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Transformer configurations are as follows:

Primary system

:

6.0kV, 50 Hz, 3-phase, 3-wire

Secondary system

:

420V, 50 Hz, 3-phase, 4-wire

Neutral wye point

:

Solidly grounded

Winding insulation / temperature rise

:

Class F / Class B

Method of cooling

:

AN (however cooling fans shall be provided for forced cooling under abnormal ambient conditions)

Vector group

:

Dyn11

Tapping

:

Manual, off-circuit, 5 steps at ±2.5 % steps

The distribution transformers shall be installed in a pressurized /force-ventilated transformer room and shall be suitable for continuous operation at full load (under site conditions).

8.7 Neutral Grounding Resistor

Facilities shall be provided to earth 6.0kV generators via a grounding resistor designed to limit the generating system earth fault current to a maximum of 400A. The NGR shall be capable of flowing the 400A earth fault current for the period of 10 seconds without sustaining damage.

The neutral of each main power generator shall be connected to their dedicated NGR.

During normal operation both generators’ star-points shall be grounded through the NGR.

The earthing resistor shall be the rustless-unbreakable grid type in protected enclosure with minimum ingress protection of IP 23.

8.8 400V Switchboard/MCC

The 400V Switchboard and Motor Control Centre shall be designed and constructed in accordance with the Specification for LV Switchgear and MCC (1014-BKTNG-EL-SP-0002) and Datasheet for LV Switchboard/MCC (1014-BKTNG-EL-DS-0002).

Low voltage type tested factory-built assemblies shall be completely metal enclosed, front access, self-supporting, with bottom cable entry and fully compartmentalised multi-cubicle assembly of heavy industrial type. It should be “fully withdrawable and modular”, and internal- separation shall be based on Form 4b or Form 3b, Type 2 construction (minimum standard. The floor or deck-plate (below the switchboard) shall not be considered as being part of the enclosure.

Motor starters and outgoing feeder modules shall be ‘full-width’; space saving quarter and half compartments will not be acceptable.

The low voltage assemblies shall be designed for continuous operation at full load for at least 40,000 hours without maintenance that would require the main busbars and the distribution busbars (dropper system) to be de-energized. Unless specifically stated, all LV Switchboard shall be indoor installed low voltage factory built type-tested assemblies (TTA).

All main and dropper busbars shall be fully insulated.

   

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The degree of ingress protection per IEC 60529 shall be:

For indoor use IP41(min.)

For outdoor use IP56(min.)

All

structural work shall be adequately protected against corrosion. Frame and partitions may

be

of galvanised steel without the need for a further paint coating. Those parts/covers

requiring painting shall be properly pre-treated before the final coat(s) of oil resistant finishing paint is (are) applied.

Assemblies shall comprise one or more sections of busbars to which incoming and outgoing units are connected. Busbar sections shall be linked through sectionalizer units. These

sectionalizer units shall fully withdraw-able and be identical in construction/make to those of

the incoming feeder “Air Circuit Breaker”.

The maximum continuous allowable current rating of both incomer feeders/bus couplers and main busbars shall be 5000A nominal. Forced cooling of LV switchboard is not acceptable.

LV switchboard incomer units shall be ACB and managed by an intelligent feeder protection

relay (FPR).

All motor starter modules shall comprise MCCB/contactor/motor control unit (MCU). Non-

motor feeders rated up to 400A shall c/w MCCB, non-motor feeder rated above 400A shall

c/w ACB/feeder control unit (FCU).

Each main incoming feeder shall be rated with 25% spare current carrying capacity.

Fully equipped spare compartments shall be provided in each switchboard. The number of spare compartments shall be 25% of each size of outgoing units subject to the minimum number being 1 for each size.

Unless specifically stated otherwise, all LV induction motors shall be started-up by DOL method. LV motors rated 100kW and above shall be assisted started by electronic soft starters.

All motors shall be protected with intelligent MPR. The MPR shall have LCD panel as HMI

either as integrated into the MPR.

Motor earth fault protection to be provided for all motors.

Motors may be remotely controlled (for start/stop) from the DCS through the IMCS [see 8.8 below], and tripped from ESD (in case of exercising emergency shut-down).

All package equipment motors which have Unit Control Panels (UCP), shall be remotely

controlled by hard-wired start/stop command signals and status signals. Shutdown/trip originating from ESD shall only be effected through one hardwired signal from the ESD to the Unit Control Panel.

Push button type local control station (LCS) with running indicating light shall be provided for

all electric motor. An ammeter shall be provided on LCS for motor rated 30kW. Local

Control Station (LCS) with ammeter shall be provided for submersible motors and those motors which are not visible to the operator. Depending on the application (whether control by DCS or by package UCP), LCS configuration for motor starters shall either be Off-O-On type, or H-O-A type.

Electrical interlock shall be provided in the LV Switchboard/ MCC to control the automatic switching of the incoming ACBs and bus-tie ACBs during transfer supply.

At anytime, parallel incoming power supplies are not allowed except during power supply

transfer from incomer A to incomer B (and vice-versa) during maintenance, from emergency to normal supply and during emergency power generator weekly on load testing.

During emergency power generator weekly on load testing, it will be parallel supply between main power generator and emergency power generator supply.

   

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In any case, bypass key operated switch shall be provided for platform operator to bypass parallel interlock when it is necessary.

Outdoor installed factory built assemblies of motor starters and feeders shall be type-tested assemblies (TTA) in the form of weatherproof switch-racks may be implemented for remote non-process/non-production/non-critical applications (e.g. at FDP) and installed in non- hazardous area.

The configuration and controls topology associated with switch-racks shall be similar to the

LV switchboards installed indoors.

8.9 Integrated Motor Control Centre (IMCS)

The Integrated Motor Control Centre (IMCS) shall be a system complete with microprocessor based intelligent motor/feeder protection relays, control and monitoring system for both HV and LV switchboards, and other electrical systems (e.g. UPS).

The IMCS shall be part of the 400V Switchboard/ MCC package order and both equipment manufacturers must be approved by the COMPANY.

Each motor circuit and outgoing feeder shall be controlled by the microprocessor based Motor Control Unit (MCU) and Feeder Control Unit (FCU). The microprocessor based interface device, Central Control Unit (CCU) shall have a serial link connection for communication with MCUs and FCUs. This connection shall be of the “daisy chain” type thus ensuring that even if the communication link is broken at a single point, all devices are still accessible from the CCU. If necessary, IMCS shall be capable of interfacing with intelligent FPR via a separately configured serial link network – so as to link the FPR to the IMCS CCU.

DCS communication with the Integrated Motor Control System (IMCS) shall be via redundant

RS 485 serial link with MODBUS protocol.

Remote start/stop of motors from DCS shall be provided as required.

DCS shall also receive status and alarm signals for each motor.

The motor standby/run status and alarm shall be displayed at DCS and at IMCS Operator Work Station (OWS).

Motor trip command from the ESD shall be hardwired to the 400V Switchboard/ MCC directly. The trip relays required for the ESD signals shall be available in the 400V Switchboard/ MCC. When the trip command is active, motor shall not be possible to start either from DCS or from the LCS in the field.

Electrical main circuit breakers’ open/close status shall be relayed to the DCS through the IMCS.

Other miscellaneous electrical system I/Os which are not available from IMCS, such as battery and charger alarms, UPS common alarms, etc. shall be hardwired to the DCS.

8.10 Electric Motors

Electric motors shall be designed and constructed in accordance with the Specification for Electrical HV Motor (1014-BKTNG-EL-SP-0009) and Specification for Electrical LV Motor (1014-BKTNG-EL-SP-0008) and the relevant Datasheet for Electrical HV Motor (1014- BKTNG-EL-DS-0009) and Datasheet for Electrical LV Motor (1014-BKTNG-EL-DS-0008).

Electric motors shall generally be delivered as part of a mechanical equipment package, i.e. mounted on the same skid or base plate as the driven equipment. For hazardous area installation, motors shall be suitably certified.

All electric motors shall be of squirrel cage, totally enclosed fan cooled (TEFC) induction type,

continuously rated for duty type S1, and generally suitable for direct-on-line starting. Motor

   

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enclosure and terminal box shall have IP56 as minimum ingress of protection, but for submerged electrical motors IP68 shall apply.

Motor winding shall be made from copper and insulated to insulation class F with maximum temperature rise allowable for class B. However, winding insulation class for submersible motor shall be as per Manufacturer’s standard.

Electrical motors, as a minimum, shall be provided with proper sealing of motor shaft and cable entry.

In general, motors with soft starter or variable speed drivers shall be provided with thermistor PTC (or RTD) detectors, for winding temperature monitoring, wired to starter panel.

VFD driven motors shall have additional nameplate stating that the motor being suitable for hazardous location duty while being driven by a matching VFD, and whatever operating conditions to be observed.

Motor anti-condensation heater shall be provided for all motors 15 kW. Motor anti- condensation heater shall be controlled from the motor starter main contactor auxiliary contact – to energise when motor is not running.

VFD controlled motors shall have safety switch installed for local isolation of motor feeder from upstream VFD.

For HV motors, a heater On/Off safety switch shall be employed wherever motor space heater is powered from a source that is external to the motor starter and shall be installed adjacent to the motor’s Local Control Station (LCS).

The location of the Local Control Station (LCS) and / or safety switch shall be on the opposite side of the motor to the main terminal box. LCS enclosures located at open area exposed to direct sun ray and rain shall be made from 316L stainless or aluminium alloy (LM6). Polyester Glass Reinforced Fibre (GRP) can also be used as alternative material for LCS enclosures installed in shaded areas.

8.11 Variable Frequency Drive (VFD)

Variable frequency drives shall be employed where either speed-control of motor driven equipment is necessary or to regulate the high starting current encountered for exceptionally large LV motors.

For applications in hazardous locations, the VFD and driven electric motor shall be matched and the electric motor shall be designed, constructed and certified for hazardous area operation.

The combination of VFD and motor shall be specified to be supplied from same Manufacturer/Supplier – in order that single-point responsibility is ensured.

Depending on required motor rating and overall power system configuration, voltage levels for VFD/electric motors may either be at LV or HV.

Current harmonic distortion caused by the rectifier input current of VFDs shall be controlled and mitigated in order that system voltage harmonic distortion is kept within 5% and 3% - for total harmonic distortion (THD) and any single harmonic respectively.

VFDs of motors driving process equipment shall have direct communication with DCS for start/stop commands, speed raise/lower commands, common fault alarms, and stand-by status.

Either hard-wire signaling or serial link data communication between DCS and VFD may be acceptable. However, tripping signal from ESD shall be hardwired to trip the upstream breaker of the VFD.

   

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8.12

Uninterruptible Power Supply (UPS)

8.12.1

AC UPS

AC UPS systems shall be provided for powering up vital loads.

The AC UPS system shall be designed and constructed in accordance with the Specification for AC Uninterruptible Power Supply (1014-BKTNG-EL-SP-0005) and Datasheet for AC Uninterruptible Power Supply (1014-BKTNG-EL-DS-0005).

UPS system shall be provided to power vital electrical loads such as LV Switchboard/MCC control supply, helideck lights, aviation obstruction lights, generator control panel, compressor control panel, telecommunication systems, and instrument systems like ESD/FGS/DCS workstation and other vital package control panels.

The selection of either 3 phase or 1 phase output AC UPS shall depend on installed kVA estimated during the course of equipment sizing.

The AC UPS installation shall consist of 2 x 100% UPS units (connected in Parallel Redundant configuration each with its own charger, battery, static changeover, Inverter) with

common maintenance by-pass transformer, common maintenance bypass switch and a common AC UPS distribution panel.

a

A

static by-pass shall be provided to allow the automatic changeover of the output supply

from the inverter to a stabilised supply from a bypass-transformer when both of rectifiers fail.

A

maintenance by-pass shall be provided via a changeover switch to allow manual

changeover of the output supply from inverter to isolation of the UPS for maintenance.

The AC UPS shall be suitable for operation with the following requirements:

Input supply

:

400V, 50 Hz, 3-phase, 3-wire

Output voltage (depending on installed kVA)

:

Either 230V, 50 Hz, 3-phase, 3-wire, or 230V, 50 Hz, 1- phase, 2-wire

The AC UPS unit shall be of free standing, sheet metal, front access with floor mounted panel suitable for mounting by bolts. The enclosure degree of protection shall be IP 31 minimum.

The UPS shall be installed inside the Emergency Switchgear/MCC room. Battery bank shall

be

installed on the steel rack mounted inside the battery room.

Battery circuit breaker shall be provided inside the battery room to isolate the battery bank from the battery charger and load bus. The breaker shall be installed in explosion proof enclosure. The circuit breaker shall have tripping facility from FGS/SDS and manual/remote tripping.

The battery circuit breaker shall be manually close only.

8.12.2

Batteries

Battery banks installed in the battery room for AC UPS shall preferably be in single strings of “gel type” Valve Regulated Lead Acid (VRLA) cells. Battery room temperature should be maintained at 20 o C, in order to maintain optimum performance and ensure full design life.

Batteries shall be sized with a 25% ageing factor and a further 10% contingency shall be added.

Batteries mounted in indoor battery rooms shall be as per specified on the technical data sheets. All cell containers shall have shock-absorbing, non-conductive, heat resistant containers, flame retardant and sealed covers to provide a permanent leak-proof unit.

The batteries of UPS units shall be rated to energise the relevant loads for not less than:

   

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45

min.

-

for switchboards, packaged equipment unit control panels, and all other systems like Metering panels, Sub-sea controls and etc

1

hours

-

for shutdown system, ESD.

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