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Project Document Number

GENERAL KEI-ST-105-T
Discipline Doc. Type
STRUCTURAL SPECIFICATION
Originator KANGEAN ENERGY INDONESIA Revision Date
Aug-12-2008

SPECIFICATION
FOR
PLATFORM FABRICATION

Rev. Date Description Prep. Review App.

A Jun-23-08 Issued for Review GNW ABS/AHS


B Jun-23-08 Issued for Approval GNW ABS/AHS
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Project Document Number
GENERAL KEI-ST-105-T
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Aug-12-2008

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Project Document Number
GENERAL KEI-ST-105-T
Discipline Doc. Type
STRUCTURAL SPECIFICATION
Originator KANGEAN ENERGY INDONESIA Revision Date
Aug-12-2008

SPECIFICATION
FOR
PLATFORM FABRICATION

TABLE OF CONTENT

1. SCOPE .............................................................................................................................. 4

2. REFERENCES................................................................................................................... 4
2.1. SPECIFICATIONS ........................................................................................................ 4
2.2. REFERENCE DRAWINGS .............................................................................................. 4
3. STANDARD AND CODES................................................................................................ 4
3.1. GENERAL SPECIFICATION ............................................................................................ 5
3.2. STRUCTURAL STEEL ................................................................................................... 5
3.3. FABRICATION ............................................................................................................ 5
4. GENERAL ......................................................................................................................... 5
4.1. DEFINITION OF TERM................................................................................................. 5
4.2. HANDLING AND STORAGE OF MATERIAL ........................................................................ 6
4.3. WEIGHT AND CENTER OF GRAVITY............................................................................... 6
5. FABRICATION................................................................................................................. 7
5.1. GENERAL .................................................................................................................. 7
5.2. PREPARATION OF MATERIAL AND STRUCTURAL MEMBER ................................................. 7
5.5. FABRICATION TOLERANCES ......................................................................................... 8
5.6. CONNECTIONS .......................................................................................................... 9
5.7. HOLES AND PENETRATIONS IN STRUCTURAL MATERIALS ................................................. 9
6. ERECTION ..................................................................................................................... 10
6.1. CONNECTIONS ........................................................................................................ 10
6.2. PADEYES ................................................................................................................ 10
6.3. OFFSHORE INSTALLED ITEMS .................................................................................... 10
6.4. BOLTING ................................................................................................................ 10
7. PAINTING ..................................................................................................................... 11

8. LOADOUT....................................................................................................................... 11

9. INSPECTION AND TESTING ....................................................................................... 11

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Project Document Number
GENERAL KEI-ST-105-T
Discipline Doc. Type
STRUCTURAL SPECIFICATION
Originator KANGEAN ENERGY INDONESIA Revision Date
Aug-12-2008

1. SCOPE

This specification covers the labor, equipment, materials, and all incidentals
necessary for the fabrication, loadout, and seafastening of the Platform and
its appurtenances as indicated on the DRAWINGS and other contract
documents.

2. REFERENCES

2.1. Specifications

The following specifications are also a part of this specification to the extent
referenced herein:

KEI-GN-100-T General Painting and Coating

KEI-GN-105-T Quality Assurance Plan

KEI-ST-101-T Structural Steel and Miscellaneous Metal

KEI-ST-102-T Structural Welding

KEI-ST-107-T Platform Loadout, Transportation, and


Installation
2.2. Reference Drawings

The work shall conform to the Contract DRAWINGS

3. STANDARD AND CODES

The latest revisions of the Codes, Standards and Specifications listed below,
but referred to thereafter by basic designation only, form a part of this
specification to the extent indicated by the references thereto.

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Project Document Number
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Other national and local codes may be used for substitution upon the written
approval of COMPANY.

3.1. General Specification

American Petroleum Institute (API)

API RP2A "Planning, Designing and Constructing Fixed


Offshore Platforms, Working Stress Design."
API Specification 2B Fabrication of Structural Steel Pipe

3.2. Structural Steel

American Institute of Steel Construction (AISC)

AISC Manual of Steel Construction Allowable Stress


Design.

AISC Specification for Structural Steel Building,


Allowable Stress Design and Plastic Design.

3.3. Fabrication

American Society for Testing and Material (ASTM)

ASTM A6/A6M "General Requirement for Rolled Steel Plates,


Shapes, Sheet Piling and Bars for Structural Use".

4. GENERAL

4.1. Definition of Term

Whenever in this specification the following terms are used, the intent and
meaning shall be interpreted as follows:

COMPANY Kangean Energy Indonesia Ltd. (KEI)

COMPANY REPRESENTATIVE KEI's authorised representative

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Project Document Number
GENERAL KEI-ST-105-T
Discipline Doc. Type
STRUCTURAL SPECIFICATION
Originator KANGEAN ENERGY INDONESIA Revision Date
Aug-12-2008

DRAWINGS Contract Drawings

4.2. Handling and Storage of Material

All steel shall be handled in such a manner as not to cause excessive


scratching or denting as specified in ASTM-A6/A6M and as determined by
COMPANY.

All imperfections shall be thoroughly inspected and any deep cuts or serious
abrasions shall be reported. Repair procedures shall be submitted to
COMPANY for approval. No other grinding shall be permitted on base material
to remove surface imperfections except as to prepare surface for welding.

Material shall be stored out of contact with the ground in such manner and
location as will minimize contamination and deterioration.

The steel shall be marked in accordance with Specification KEI-ST-101-T and


each type of structural steel shall be separately stockpiled. The structural
pipes will be stacked a maximum of ten (10) pipes high for four (4) inch to 8
(eight) inch diameter, and six (6) pipes high for pipes of ten (10) inch
diameter and larger. Each row will be separated by a 6" X 6" wooden beams.
The markings shall be maintained through fabrication to allow COMPANY to
make visual observation, prior to sandblasting, to determine that the correct
type of structural steel has been utilized in the fabrication.

For the storage and handling of welding consumables reference should be


made to Specification KEI-ST-102-T.

4.3. Weight and Center of Gravity

The weight and center of gravity for every structure and component required
to be lifted offshore shall be reliably determined. Actual equipment and
piping weights shall be used for all weight and C.G. calculations. Weights and
C.G.s shown on the DRAWINGS are based only on preliminary information.

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Project Document Number
GENERAL KEI-ST-105-T
Discipline Doc. Type
STRUCTURAL SPECIFICATION
Originator KANGEAN ENERGY INDONESIA Revision Date
Aug-12-2008

5. FABRICATION

5.1. General

All fabrication shall be in accordance with the Specifications in Section 3 and


shall conform to the design indicated on the drawings. Workmanship and
finish shall be equal to the best practice and quality in modern structural
shops. Material shall be kept free from dirt, grease, and other foreign matter
and shall be protected from corrosion.

Material shall be fabricated and assembled in the shop to the greatest extent
possible.

When structures are fabricated or assembled in the open they shall be


protected from the weather, especially those areas where welding is taking
place, and supported on firm and level ground. There shall be no settlement
of the ground during fabrication. Weekly Surveys shall be carried out to
check that differential settlement is not occurring.

5.2. Preparation of Material and Structural Member

All plate and structural items shall be prepared to minimize wasteage and
rework.

Care shall be taken when flame cutting to avoid creating "drag lines" and
damage to the material. All prepared surfaces shall be made notch free by
grinding.

All tubular members shall be contour cut from templates or automatic gas
cutting machine to fit members to which they connect. Ends shall be bevelled
for full penetration welds.

5.3. Fitting and Assembly

Material shall be prepared to suit the dimensions shown on the DRAWINGS


and no forcing or jamming of components shall be allowed.

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Project Document Number
GENERAL KEI-ST-105-T
Discipline Doc. Type
STRUCTURAL SPECIFICATION
Originator KANGEAN ENERGY INDONESIA Revision Date
Aug-12-2008

The welding of assembly aids such as strong backs shall be kept to a


minimum and in all cases shall be removed without damage to the structure,
ground smooth and inspected. All such assembly aids shall be located a
minimum of 4 inches (100 mm) away from any structural welds.

Dimensional control shall be maintained at all times to ensure that assembly


tolerances are met.

5.4. Splices

Structural members may be spliced for economic use of material. Any splice
shall develop the full strength and cross section of the members joined.

The use of the beam shall determine the location and frequency of splicing. In
cantilever beams there shall be no splice located closer to the point of support
than and-half the cantilever length. For beams employed in any span, there
shall be no splice in the middle of one-fourth.

Splicing of structural pipe shall be in accordance with the requirements of API


Specification 2B. Pipe used as beams shall also be subjected to the
requirements of the previous paragraph.

The location of all splices in critical members are subject to the approval of
COMPANY. The term critical members includes, but is not limited to, all jacket
members and beams/girders with a depth of more than 21 inches (530 mm).

5.5. Fabrication Tolerances

Fabrication tolerances shall in general conform to API RP2A Section 11, and
the standards listed in Section 3.3 of this specification.

Fabrication tolerances for tubular members shall conform to API Specification


2B.

The use of heat straightening, to bring or return structural members to the


required tolerances, will require COMPANY approval prior to commencement
on each occasion. A heat straightening procedure that will not impair the
properties of the materials and of the welded joints will be subject to
COMPANY approval. Rapid cooling of heated material by the application of
water will not be allowed.

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Project Document Number
GENERAL KEI-ST-105-T
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STRUCTURAL SPECIFICATION
Originator KANGEAN ENERGY INDONESIA Revision Date
Aug-12-2008

At the completion of fabrication, deck plate surfaces shall be within 1/8in. (3


mm) of a straight line from floor beam to floor beam or stiffeners. If
necessary, heat straightening the deck plate may be considered to achieve
this tolerance. The heat straightening procedure shall be submitted to
COMPANY for review prior to commencement of straightening.

Special care and attention shall be paid to ensure that conductor guides are
vertically aligned within a jacket structure prior to weld out of the conductor
framing.

5.6. Connections

Connections shall be as shown on the DRAWINGS. Any connections not


indicated shall be made to conform to the AISC "Specification for Structural
Steel Buildings, Allowable Stress Design and Plastic Design and indicated on
the shop drawings.

Jacket tubular joints shall be detailed as shown in the DRAWINGS.

All details where two or more plates are in contact, other than sliding
connections and padeye cheek plates, shall be seal welded to prevent
moisture ingress.

5.7. Holes and Penetrations in Structural Materials

Bolt holes shall be drilled, or punched at right angles to the surface of the
metal and shall not be made or enlarged by burning. Other methods may be
used with the written approval of COMPANY. Bolt holes shall be made in
accordance with the AISC "Manual of Steel Construction", Section M2.5.

Holes for padeyes shall be drilled after cheek plates are welded in place.
Other methods may be used with the written approval of COMPANY.

Penetrations (for piping etc.) through steel members shall normally be drilled,
but where this is impractical penetrations may be flame cut and ground notch
free.

Weld access holes required to facilitate welding operations shall be made in


accordance with the AISC Manual of Steel Construction, Section J1.8.

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Project Document Number
GENERAL KEI-ST-105-T
Discipline Doc. Type
STRUCTURAL SPECIFICATION
Originator KANGEAN ENERGY INDONESIA Revision Date
Aug-12-2008

6. ERECTION

6.1. Connections

The erection shall be in accordance with the provisions of the AISC


"Specification for Structural Steel Building, Allowable Stress Design and Plastic
Design and with API RP-2A WSD.

Splices and field connections shall be made as indicated. Welding will be


permitted only where indicated or approved on the shop drawings. Errors in
shop fabrication or deformation resulting from handling and transporting that
prevent proper assembly and fitting of parts shall be reported to COMPANY
and approval of method of correction obtained.

6.2. Padeyes

Padeye size and orientation will be dependent upon the weight and centre of
gravity determined in accordance with Section 4.3, and also upon the
installation procedure and rigging which shall be in accordance with
Specification KEI-ST-107-T.

6.3. Offshore Installed Items

Where items are fabricated separately for installation offshore, special


precautions shall be taken to ensure an exact fit between such items and the
parent structure. Whenever practical such loose items shall be trial fitted in
the yard to ensure exact alignment.

All ship loose items shall be match marked prior to loadout and seafastening.

All ship loose items shall be adequately packaged and/or secured for offshore
transport, lifting and handling.

6.4. Bolting

Bolts shall be be tightened in accordance with the turn of nut method


described in AISC Steel Construction Manual unless otherwise specified on the
DRAWINGS.

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Project Document Number
GENERAL KEI-ST-105-T
Discipline Doc. Type
STRUCTURAL SPECIFICATION
Originator KANGEAN ENERGY INDONESIA Revision Date
Aug-12-2008

Bolts shall be in accordance with Specification KEI-ST-101-T.

7. PAINTING

Painting shall be in accordance with Specification KEI-GN-100-T.

8. LOADOUT

All necessary supports shall be designed as required to fabricate and loadout


the structure. Supports shall be placed at locations on the structure that will
not cause overstress of the structure. Loadout shall be performed in
accordance with specification KEI-ST-107-T.

9. INSPECTION AND TESTING

Testing and inspection shall be in accordance with the Specifications


referenced in Section 2.

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