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Qatargas Operating Company Limited Technical Safety and Risk Engineering Services Technical Tender Table of Contents

Qatargas Operating Company Limited

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Safety and Risk Engineering Services Technical Tender Table of Contents Table of Contents 1. I NTRODUCTION

Table of Contents

Table of Contents

1. INTRODUCTION

1.1

2. INDEX FOR COMPILATION OF TECHNICAL TENDER

2.1

3. OFFER LETTER

3.1

4. TRADE DOCUMENTS

4.1

5. JOINT VENTURE

5.1

6. CONFIRMATION OF AGREEMENT WITH COMPANY CONDITIONS

6.1

7. COPY OF PART III OF TENDER ENQUIRY

7.1

8. UNPRICED COPY OF COMMERCIAL PROPOSAL

8.1

9. TENDERERS PROFILE

9.1

9.1 Chiyoda Almana

9.1

9.1.1 General Company Information

9.1

9.1.2 Organisation

9.2

9.1.3 Chiyoda Almana Capability

9.5

9.2 Xodus

9.11

9.2.1 Introduction

9.11

9.2.2 Brief Description of the Xodus Group Business Units

9.13

10. SIMILAR WORK EXPERIENCE

10.1

10.1 Tenderer’s Experience

10.1

10.2 Tenderer’s Current Work Commitments

10.2

10.2.1 Chiyoda Almana

10.2

10.2.2 Xodus

10.3

11. TENDERERS RESOURCES

11.1

11.1 Proposed Equipment & Software

11.1

11.1.1 Software

11.1

11.1.2 Equipment to Support Contract Delivery

11.1

11.2 Proposed Manpower

11.2

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11.2.1 Chiyoda Almana

11.2

11.2.2 Xodus

11.3

11.2.3 Key Personnel

11.3

11.2.4 Availability of Personnel

11.4

11.3

Subcontractors

11.4

12. METHOD STATEMENT

 

12.1

12.1 HAZID Studies

12.1

12.2 HAZOP Studies

12.2

12.3 SIL Studies

12.3

 

12.3.1 SIL Determination

12.3

12.3.2 SIL

Verification

12.5

12.4 SHE Case Updates

12.5

 

12.4.1 Hazard Identification (HAZID)

12.5

12.4.2 Gap Analysis of SHE Studies

12.6

12.4.3 Bow-Tie Analysis

12.6

12.4.4 SHE Critical Elements & Tasks

12.6

12.4.5 Performance Standards

12.7

12.4.6 Matrix of Permitted Operation

12.7

12.4.7 ALARP Demonstration

12.7

12.5 Onshore QRA Update

12.8

12.6 Consequence Modelling

12.9

12.7 QRA for Small Projects / Modifications

12.10

12.8 Incident Investigation

12.11

12.9 Technical Safety & Risk Training Program

12.11

12.10 Update of Qatargas Technical Safety & Risk Documentation

12.12

12.11 Technical Safety & Risk Secondments

12.12

13. UNDERSTANDING OF SCOPE OF WORK & SERVICES

13.1

14. MOBILISATION PLAN

 

14.1

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Safety and Risk Engineering Services Technical Tender Table of Contents 15. S ERVICES & A SSISTANCE

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15. SERVICES & ASSISTANCE REQUIRED FROM COMPANY

15.1

16. COPY OF TENDER BOND

16.1

17. UNPRICED EXCEPTIONS / QUALIFICATIONS

17.1

18. SAFETY, HEALTH & ENVIRONMENT (SHE) INFORMATION

18.1

19. FINANCIAL STATEMENTS, BANKING DETAILS & TAX CARD

19.1

19.1 Financial Statements

19.1

19.2 Banking Details

19.1

19.3 Tax Card

19.1

Qatargas Operating Company Limited Technical Safety and Risk Engineering Services Technical Tender Attachments A TTACHMENT

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Safety and Risk Engineering Services Technical Tender Attachments A TTACHMENT 1 – O FFER L ETTER

Attachments

ATTACHMENT 1 – OFFER LETTER

Attachments

ATTACHMENT 2 – AUTHOURISED SIGNATORIES

ATTACHMENT 3 – COMMERCIAL REGISTRATION CERTIFICATE

ATTACHMENT 4 – UNPRICED COMMERCIAL PROPOSAL

ATTACHMENT 5 – XODUS VIBRATION ENGINEERING CAPABILITY

ATTACHMENT 6 – CHIYODA ALMANA ENGINEERING REFERENCES

ATTACHMENT 7 – XODUS MIDDLE EAST REFERENCES

ATTACHMENT 8 – CVS OF KEY PERSONNEL

ATTACHMENT 9 – LIST OF AVAILABLE ENGINEERING SOFTWARE

ATTACHMENT 10 – TENDER BOND

ATTACHMENT 11 – UNPRICED EXCEPTIONS / QUALIFICATIONS

ATTACHMENT 12 – FINANCIAL STATEMENTS

ATTACHMENT 13 – TAX CARD

ATTACHMENT 14 – LIST OF EQUIPMENT, HARDWARE

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Safety and Risk Engineering Services Technical Tender Section 1 Introduction 1. INTRODUCTION Chiyoda Almana

Section 1

Introduction

1.

INTRODUCTION

Chiyoda Almana Engineering LLC (Chiyoda Almana) is pleased to submit our Technical Tender to Qatargas Operating Company Limited (Qatargas) for Technical Safety and Risk Engineering Services.

Chiyoda Almana has studied the requirements for the submission of the tender in detail and has structured our submission accordingly. The submission is divided into two separate documents, a Technical Tender and a Commercial Tender, pertaining to the requirements outlined in Section 3 of Part I – Instructions to Tenderers provided in the Qatargas Tender Enquiry, reference no.

LTC/C/SEQ/2479/16.

The content of our Technical Tender has been developed around the Qatargas tender submission requirements as detailed in Section 18.1 of Part I – Instructions to Tenderers and the Index for Compilation of Technical Proposal, detailed in Part II – Form of Tender of the referenced Tender Enquiry. The tender submission structure is further detailed in Section 2.

We trust that we have interpreted your requirements correctly and that you find the Chiyoda Almana Technical Tender informative. Chiyoda Almana looks forward to discussing our submission in more detail at Qatargas convenience.

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Index for Compilation of Technical Tender

2. INDEX FOR COMPILATION OF TECHNICAL TENDER

ITEM

TITLE

CHECK LIST FOR

REMARKS

TENDERER

Tick for Appended

Items (

)
)

1.

Offer Letter

1. Offer Letter Included in Attachment 1.

Included in Attachment 1.

2.

Trade Documents

2. Trade Documents Included in Attachments 2

Included in Attachments 2

and 3.

3.

Joint Venture (If Any)

3. Joint Venture (If Any) Refer to Section 5.

Refer to Section 5.

4.

Confirmation of Agreement with Company

4. Confirmation of Agreement with Company Refer to Section 6.

Refer to Section 6.

Conditions

5.

Copy of Part III, Form of Contract Duly Signed /

5. Copy of Part III, Form of Contract Duly Signed / Refer to Section 7.

Refer to Section 7.

Stamped on all Pages

6.

Unpriced Copy of Tenderer’s Commercial

6. Unpriced Copy of Tenderer’s Commercial Included in Attachment 4.

Included in Attachment 4.

Proposal

7.

Tenderer’s Profile

7. Tenderer’s Profile Refer to Section 9.

Refer to Section 9.

8.

Tenderer’s Similar Work Experience

8. Tenderer’s Similar Work Experience Refer to Section 10, as well as

Refer to Section 10, as well as

Attachments 6 and 7.

9.

Tenderer’s Resources:

9. Tenderer’s Resources: Refer to Section 11, as well as

Refer to Section 11, as well as

Equipment

Attachments 8, 9 and 14.

Manpower

Support Facilities

Subcontractor

10.

Method Statement

10. Method Statement Refer to Section 12.

Refer to Section 12.

11.

Understanding of Scope of Work / Services

11. Understanding of Scope of Work / Services Refer to Section 13.

Refer to Section 13.

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ITEM

TITLE

CHECK LIST FOR

REMARKS

TENDERER

Tick for Appended

Items (

)
)

12.

Mobilisation Plan

12. Mobilisation Plan Refer to Section 14.

Refer to Section 14.

13.

Services and Assistance Required from

13. Services and Assistance Required from Refer to Section 15.

Refer to Section 15.

Company

14.

Copy of Tender Bond

14. Copy of Tender Bond Refer to Attachment 10

Refer to Attachment 10

15.

Exceptions / Qualifications (Unpriced)

15. Exceptions / Qualifications (Unpriced) Included in Attachment 11.

Included in Attachment 11.

16.

Safety, Health and Environment Information

16. Safety, Health and Environment Information Response to SHE Questionnaire

Response to SHE Questionnaire

provided as separate document.

17.

Financial Statements, Banking Details and Tax

17. Financial Statements, Banking Details and Tax Refer to Section 19, as well as

Refer to Section 19, as well as

Card

Attachments 12 and 13.

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Safety and Risk Engineering Services Technical Tender Section 3 Offer Letter 3. OFFER LETTER The completed

Section 3

Offer Letter

3. OFFER LETTER

The completed and signed Offer Letter is included in Attachment 1.

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Safety and Risk Engineering Services Technical Tender Section 4 Trade Documents 4. TRADE DOCUMENTS The following

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Trade Documents

4. TRADE DOCUMENTS

The following Chiyoda Almana documentation has been provided as attachments:

1. Authorised Signatories – Attachment 2

2. Commercial Registration Certificate – Attachment 3

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Safety and Risk Engineering Services Technical Tender Section 5 Joint Venture 5. JOINT VENTURE This is

Section 5

Joint Venture

5. JOINT VENTURE

This is not applicable to the Chiyoda Almana Technical Tender submission.

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Confirmation of Agreement with Company Conditions

6. CONFIRMATION OF AGREEMENT WITH COMPANY CONDITIONS

Chiyoda Almana has reviewed the General Conditions of Contract as detailed in Attachment A of Part III – Form of Contract of the Qatargas Tender Enquiry, reference no. LTC/C/VEN/2167/15.

At this moment in time; Chiyoda Almana is unable to confirm agreement with the Qatargas General Conditions of Contract since exceptions / qualifications to the terms and conditions, issued by Chiyoda Almana in pre-bid clarification no. 1, dated 21 st March 2016 will only be clarified by Qatargas after receipt of our tender submission (received from Qatargas on 23 rd March 2016).

The contractual exceptions / qualifications as submitted in pre-bid clarification no. 1 are again included in Attachment 11.

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Section 7

Copy of Part III of Tender Enquiry

7. COPY OF PART III OF TENDER ENQUIRY

A copy of the duly signed and stamped Part III – Form of Contract of the Qatargas Tender Enquiry, reference no. LTC/C/SEQ/2479/16 has not been included as part of the Chiyoda Almana Technical Tender submission due to the exceptions / qualifications that have been included in Attachment 11.

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Safety and Risk Engineering Services Technical Tender Section 8 Unpriced Copy of Commercial Proposal 8. UNPRICED

Section 8

Unpriced Copy of Commercial Proposal

8. UNPRICED COPY OF COMMERCIAL PROPOSAL

The unpriced commercial proposal is included in Attachment 4.

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Safety and Risk Engineering Services Technical Tender Section 9 Tenderer’s Profile 9. TENDERER’S PROFILE

Section 9

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9. TENDERER’S PROFILE

9.1 Chiyoda Almana

9.1.1 General Company Information

With the ever growing need to support existing operations in Qatar, Chiyoda Almana was established in 2008 by Chiyoda Corporation and Almana Trading Company to provide a local asset lifecycle project delivery capability to the Qatar industrial sector.

Chiyoda Almana is a registered ISO 9001, ISO 14001, ISO 27001 and OHSAS 18001 company and has the capability and experience to meet the need for Greenfield and Brownfield project delivery capability in Qatar.

Leveraging on Chiyoda Corporation’s extensive experience in supporting Qatar’s energy development since the late 1970s, Chiyoda Almana has amassed significant working experience with the major Operators in Qatar and has successfully completed over 240 projects ranging from engineering-only to full EPC / EPCm projects with values ranging between USD 50,000 and USD 100 million +. A summary of our company profile is provided in the table below.

Item

Description

Remarks

1.

Company Name

Chiyoda Almana Engineering

2.

Company Type

Limited Liability

3.

Address of Tenderer’s Registered Office

P. O. Box 22961

Al Gassar Tower, 12 th Floor, Majlis Al Taawon Street, West Bay

Doha, Qatar

4.

Date and Place of Incorporation

2 nd March 2008, Qatar

5.

Registration Number

38375

6.

Details of Company Owners

51% – Almana Trading Company

49% – Chiyoda Corporation

7.

Main Business Activities

Full EPCm & EPC Project Delivery; Project Controls & Estimating;

Engineering (Studies, Concept Optimisation, Feasibility, Pre-FEED,

FEED, Detail Design); Full Procurement / Subcontracting Services

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9.1.2

Organisation

Chiyoda Almana has an established, local multi-disciplinary project delivery, engineering and project support services resource pool to provide Clients with strong, proactive and diverse experienced teams to meet their project requirements and expectations. This local capability is supplemented by international specialist technical support on an as-and-when required basis.

The Chiyoda Almana organisation has the capacity and capability to provide the following services throughout the project lifecycle to our Clients.

Safety and quality through all services provided
Safety and
quality through
all services
provided

In summary, the project lifecycle services provided typically include the following:

HSE – formalised safety system in place to be utilised during site visits, site works, etc.

Quality – established Quality Management System (QMS) in line with the requirements of ISO

9001.

Project management – in line with Client requirements, including multi-project delivery programs as well as engineering-only and full EPCm and EPC Greenfield / Brownfield project delivery capability.

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Engineering – full capability engineering services, drafting, 3D modelling; through all engineering phases, i.e. studies, concept optimisation, feasibility, pre-FEED, FEED and detail design.

Estimating – an established estimating function to provide Clients with estimates of the required level of detail and accuracy for all project phases.

Contracts – administration of Subcontracts / Third Party Services and prime Contracts.

Procurement – full procurement services from order placement to delivery at work site, on Chiyoda Almana paper or for-and-on-behalf of Clients.

Construction – the provision of constructability inputs during the engineering phases of projects as well as the management of site Subcontractors in all aspects of site / construction works.

Project Controls – invoicing, planning activities, cost control, project reporting and management of change.

Administration support services – transportation, gate pass applications, HSE training, etc.

The company organisation chart is presented below.

EXECUTIVE ADVISOR Madoka Koda MANAGING DIRECTOR Shizuka Ikawa DEPUTY MANAGING GLOBAL BUSINESS DIRECTOR MANAGEMENT
EXECUTIVE ADVISOR
Madoka Koda
MANAGING DIRECTOR
Shizuka Ikawa
DEPUTY MANAGING
GLOBAL BUSINESS
DIRECTOR
MANAGEMENT TEAM
Toshiyuki Ito /
Andrew Ward
INTEGRATED
MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
TEAM
CORPORATE FUNCTIONS
FINANCE &
BUSINESS
NEW BUSINESS
PROPOSALS
PROJECT CONTROLS
HR & ADMINISTRATION
ACCOUNTING
DEVELOPMENT
IS&T DEPARTMENT
DEPARTMENT
DEPARTMENT
DEPARTMENT
DEPARTMENT
DEPARTMENT
DEPARTMENT
Pam Hartanto
Toru Yoneyama
Matthew Rayner
Gopa Kumar
Graham Matthews
Yosuke Itakura
Masahito Okada
PROJECT
SUPPORT
ENGINEERING
PROJECT
UNIT
UNIT
MANAGEMENT UNIT
Simeon Pagdanganan
Peter Wallace
(Andrew Ward)
MAJOR PROJECTS /
CONTRACTS
PROCUREMENT &
CONSTRUCTION
CONTRACTS
QA / QC DEPARTMENT
HSE DEPARTMENT
DEPARTMENT
DEPARTMENT
Cristian Iacob
Mohamad Suleiman
Simeon Pagdanganan
(Adrian Dumaya)
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Prime responsibiltiy for the successful operation of the Chiyoda Almana organisation lies with the Managing Director, who has a direct reporting line to Chiyoda Corporation. The Managing Director is supported in his day-to-day activities by the Deputy Managing Director with further ad hoc support being provided by the Executive Advisor.

The Deputy Managing Director also provides further support to the Managing Director to maintain effective management of the organisation at all levels, promoting a “Client-orientated” and proactive culture in the way in which Chiyoda Almana delivers services to our Clients.

Chiyoda Almana has established a number of corporate functions to support our business:

The HR & Administration and IS&T departments ensure that facilities and resources (IT infrastructure, hardware, software, office infrastructure, personnel resources, etc.) are in place to deliver on our commitments to our Clients.

The Project Controls Department provides project costing and planning functions for accurate reporting of project progress to our Clients, project reporting, tracking of project spend, manpower forecasting, project invoice management, change order management, etc.

The Proposals Department is responsible for tendering of new works and providing estimating support to existing projects.

Financial service functions to support the running of the Chiyoda Almana business such as budgeting, salaries, etc. are provided by the Finance & Accounting Department.

The Business Development Department is mainly focused on the sourcing of new opportunities but also provides a vital link between our existing Client base and our Project Management Unit by regularly obtaining feedback from our Clients on project performance and sharing this information with our Project Delivery Teams so that they can continually adapt to the changing needs and requirements of our Clients.

The New Business Department is responsible for identifying and securing opportunities in new markets being considered by Chiyoda Almana as well as providing advanced / specialised consultancy services with the support of various Chiyoda Group companies.

The operations side of the Chiyoda Almana business is structured into three main units – project management, project support and engineering:

Our Project Management Unit focuses on the successful delivery of projects to the satisfaction of our Clients. These projects range from engineering-only projects (such as engineering studies, feasibility studies, conceptual engineering and front end engineering design) to full EPCm and EPC projects.

The Project Support Unit provides project support services to Chiyoda Almana Project Delivery Teams, such as:

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Procurement and Contracts, covering procurement management, purchasing, expediting, analysis of Supplier quality, logistics and materials storage, as well as Contract administrative support functions to manage Chiyoda Almana’s prime Contracts and Subcontracts;

QA / QC and HSE, ensuring that Chiyoda Almana delivers projects in adherence to corporate and Client safety and quality criteria; and

Construction works, including constructability input to engineering and site construction activities.

The Engineering Unit executes all engineering activities and provides required engineering deliverables for all types of projects executed by Chiyoda Almana; furthermore, engineering support services are also provided to estimating, procurement and site on an as-and-when needed basis, normally dictated by project-specific requirements.

9.1.3 Chiyoda Almana Capability

The Chiyoda Almana capability covers all key areas of the project lifecycle, from the commencement of engineering to the successful handover of commissioned and operating facilities. This capability is detailed below.

Project Management:

Successful project delivery relies on good people, with good communication skills, and a “can-do, will do, have done” attitude. The Chiyoda Almana Project Management Unit comprises experienced and decisive Project Managers and Project Engineers with the required experience and capability to deliver quality projects in a safe manner, in line with Client cost and schedule expectations.

Project Controls:

The Chiyoda Almana project management capability is supported by our Project Controls Department that provides the required planning, cost control, progress reporting, man-hour tracking, manpower forecasting, invoicing and change order support to all projects being delivered by Chiyoda Almana:

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Planning:

Chiyoda Almana utilises Primavera as our primary project planning and reporting tool. Project schedules are developed on a Chiyoda Almana standard or Client-agreed WBS / CBS and progressed, tracked and reported on in line with project requirements.

Cost Control:

Expenditure is tracked against set project budgets and Chiyoda Almana monitors all expenditures and reports as required by our Clients. Forecasts and trends can be shown and any actions proposed.

Progress Reporting:

Chiyoda Almana reports on projects in line with Client reporting requirements utilising information obtained from all project stakeholders.

Procurement & Contracts:

The primary role of the Procurement & Contracts Department is to procure goods and services at the right quality, price and schedule to support construction activities as well as to provide administrative support services to Chiyoda Almana prime Contracts and Subcontracts.

Materials Management:

Procurement is in effect a bridge between engineering and construction and works closely with both to support strategic project objectives. In order to achieve these objectives, the Materials Management Section of our Procurement & Contracts Department utilises dedicated professionals across all areas of the supply chain cycle to manage all facets of the procurement operation as detailed below:

Purchasing:

In order to meet project priorities, Chiyoda Almana maintains a database of Suppliers across the globe. Equipment and materials are sourced internationally to obtain the maximum benefit to the project in terms of quality, price and delivery. Chiyoda Almana also has access to affiliate Chiyoda offices around the world that are further able to provide updated information on market conditions and pricing on an as-required basis.

Expediting:

Chiyoda Almana understands the importance of getting Supplier data to complete design, installation and commissioning activities, Supplier data for company Operations and Maintenance departments as well as the materials and equipment to site to drive the construction schedule; as such each project is staffed with a team of dedicated, experienced

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expediting personnel, whose responsibility it is to manage the post award activities of the Suppliers in executing the purchase orders. Expeditors maintain regular contact with Suppliers, in order to pre-empt any issues that may affect the execution of the purchase order and liaise internally with engineering and other departments to resolve any issues. To support these efforts, Chiyoda Almana works closely with internationally recognised Third Party Expediting Agencies to provide personnel to carry out shop expediting activities as required.

Supplier Quality:

Maintaining the right level of quality is critical to the successful execution of a purchase order; in this area our Expediting Team works closely with the QA / QC Department to ensure that Suppliers comply with all aspects of the quality requirements of the technical specifications. The Expediting Team is responsible to ensure that Suppliers provide the correct quality documentation in a timely manner and liaise with the QA / QC Department to ensure that shop inspection activities are scheduled and carried out in a manner that does not impinge on the progress of the purchase order.

Logistics:

The safe and timely delivery of equipment and materials from the Vendor’s shop to the construction site or other locations is a key step in the supply chain cycle. Chiyoda Almana has logistics personnel with capabilities and experience that has been gleaned from working on numerous international projects worldwide. Chiyoda Almana maintains close working relationships with a number of international freight forwarding companies and shipping lines and is well versed in the requirements related to the movement of cargo by land, sea and air, including heavy lift and oversized cargo movements.

Materials Storage & Preservation:

Materials and equipment are stored and preserved in accordance with either the requirements of the applicable specifications and standards; the requirements dictated by the Manufacturer / Supplier; or industry good standards and practices. Special care and attention is paid to those items requiring either inside and / or temperature and atmospherically controlled environments.

Typically, Chiyoda Almana adheres to the following storage requirements on our projects:

Air conditioned rooms or containers are provided for electrical / instrument items requiring a controlled temperature and atmospheric environment.

Valves, fittings and flanges 2” and below are stored within the warehouse itself, in bins and on pallet racks, together with miscellaneous electrical and instrument materials and electrical panels not requiring a temperature controlled environment.

Pipe and valves, fittings and flanges greater than 2” are stored within the laydown yard. Pipe is stored above grade on suitably sized dunnage and wherever possible valves, fittings and flanges are stored within their original packing, or if this is not possible they are palletised. In

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all cases stainless steel and alloy materials are stored separately from carbon steel material and are protected with low chloride polyethylene sheeting.

Equipment items are stored within their original packing cases until such time as they are to be delivered to the installation location.

Contract Administration:

Contract administration services provided by the Contracts Administration Section of our Procurement & Contracts Department typically include the following:

Contract negotiations and management;

Change management support;

Subcontractor claims and PVR / trend support;

Legal support to projects, procurement, etc.;

Adherence to Contract procedures; and

Project close-out support.

Construction:

Chiyoda Almana employs an experienced Construction Department solely responsible for the successful execution of construction activities at site and providing constructability review / input to design.

Site Activities:

Construction services that are provided by Chiyoda Almana at site typically include the following:

Ensuring that safety is a number one priority at site and that all site Subcontractors comply with Client and Chiyoda Almana HSE obligations, commitments and expectations.

Ensuring compliance to QA / QC requirements.

Close coordination of all site Subcontractors to ensure construction and operations interfaces run smoothly.

Protection and isolation of existing plant facilities.

Assessment of the qualifications and certification of construction personnel (Supervisors, Welders, Riggers, Scaffolders and heavy equipment Operators).

Accessibility for cranes, heavy lifts.

Review and processing of any permitting constraints within existing plant facilities.

Analysing and identifying the requirements for temporary facilities and laydown areas.

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Evaluating the requirements for spares, special tools and construction allowances for materials for commissioning and start-up.

Facilitate the supply and distribution of utilities and storage, inclusive of industrial waste disposal.

Coordination and management of the flow of information to and from site Subcontractors.

Cost and schedule control of site Subcontractors (inclusive of Monthly Reports).

Processing of requests of variations and contractual claims received from site Subcontractors and making recommendations.

Receipt and processing of monthly invoices.

Doha Home Office Support:

Our Construction Department is also actively involved in the design phases of projects to impart construction knowledge in the early phases of projects with the aim of reducing subsequent construction costs.

This early involvement allows construction experience and knowledge to influence project planning and design strategies allowing for the implementation of changes at a stage in the project where such changes will have a minimum impact on overall cost and schedule.

In addition, the inclusion of construction input into the way Chiyoda Almana delivers projects can provide further positive spin-offs for our Clients:

"Construction-driven" designs result in erection cost savings.

Design insights gained from construction input permit better decisions in the field when clarifications or changes are required.

Engineering & Design:

The Chiyoda Almana Engineering Unit focuses on engineering delivery and the way in which the engineering and design scope is planned, controlled and delivered.

Engineering and design works are performed through coordination and teamwork among our Discipline Engineers and the individuals that manage projects. To achieve this, our engineering disciplines work closely together in an open office arrangement to encourage communication and the generation of ideas and solutions.

Chiyoda Almana is especially cognisant of environmental and safety issues and concerns as well as plant operability / maintainability considerations of our Clients. These concerns and considerations are continuously addressed in all phases of our engineering works.

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Engineering / design services provided to our Clients include:

Engineering for all project phases – engineering studies, feasibility studies, conceptual design, FEED, detail engineering, 3 modelling;

Estimating support – material take-offs, bills of materials, work volumes;

Procurement support – technical specifications for purchase requisitions, technical bid evaluations;

Technical support to site – as-building, resolution of site technical queries, tie-in packages; and

Consultancy services – Design Reviews, HAZOPs, site surveys, etc.

QA / QC:

Chiyoda Almana has a fully established Integrated Management System (IMS), which has been developed in line with ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and ISO 27001 and was certified by SGS on 19 th July 2011 and subsequently recertified during a SGS recertification audit conducted in June 2014. The IMS Task Team is responsible for the continuous review and update of the IMS – through the conducting of regular audits – to ensure that it remains in compliance with ISO requirements.

Chiyoda Almana also has a QA / QC Department that is responsible for ensuring that all works / services delivered by Chiyoda Almana and any Third Party Service Providers comply with the requirements of our IMS, ISO 9001 and any project-specific QMS.

HSE:

The Chiyoda Almana HSE Department is responsible for ensuring that the HSE element of the Chiyoda Almana IMS complies with the requirements of OHSAS 18001.

HSE objectives of our IMS are:

No accidents

No harm to people; and

No damage to the environment.

A summary of our HSE performance is provided below.

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9.2.1

Xodus

Introduction

Xodus offers a 450-strong team of high calibre engineers. Their Lead Engineers and Consultants are industry-recognised, and their Specialists are leading experts in their fields. Xodus is a thriving engineering consultancy business with a major focus on development engineering and small projects. This area of their business requires a strong emphasis on flexibility and responsive behaviour to manage the high turnover of short duration projects.

The figure below shows how Xodus’ skill sets are arranged throughout the company.

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Subsea36 Technical Personnel 37 57 109 Process and Facilities Environment TSR Vibration Production Assurance Subsurface

EnvironmentPersonnel 37 57 109 Process and Facilities Subsea TSR Vibration Production Assurance Subsurface Integrity Wells

TSRPersonnel 37 57 109 Process and Facilities Subsea Environment Vibration Production Assurance Subsurface Integrity Wells

VibrationPersonnel 37 57 109 Process and Facilities Subsea Environment TSR Production Assurance Subsurface Integrity Wells

Production Assurance36 Technical Personnel 37 57 109 Process and Facilities Subsea Environment TSR Vibration Subsurface Integrity Wells

SubsurfacePersonnel 37 57 109 Process and Facilities Subsea Environment TSR Vibration Production Assurance Integrity Wells

IntegrityPersonnel 37 57 109 Process and Facilities Subsea Environment TSR Vibration Production Assurance Subsurface Wells

WellsPersonnel 37 57 109 Process and Facilities Subsea Environment TSR Vibration Production Assurance Subsurface Integrity

Utilising resources in their UK office and Dubai offices, Xodus has the available capacity and capability to execute the Technical Safety and Risk Engineering Services scope of work required by Qatargas.

Xodus is organised to deliver a wide range of services across six business units. The figure below illustrates how these business units operate across the lifecycle of a typical upstream Oil & Gas field.

the lifecycle of a typical upstream Oil & Gas field. Page: 9.12 Chiyoda Almana Tender No.:
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Xodus Advisory:

of the Xodus Group Business Units Xodus Advisory: Xodus Advisory provides business support for technical

Xodus Advisory provides business support for technical projects, risk and value advice, and regulatory compliance.

This expert advice focuses on achieving Clients’ business goals. The consultancy work is backed by surface and subsurface engineering expertise, making the breadth and depth of these advisory services unique.

Xodus works with many high-value Clients across the energy industries including the world’s leading field and technology developers, independent and national oil companies, marine Contractors, banks, investors and law firms, as well as government bodies and public sector institutions.

Xodus has performed mergers and acquisitions technical and commercial advisory work for Oil & Gas and low carbon companies, private equity houses, investment institutions and governments across the globe including deep water West Africa, onshore North Africa, East Africa, Kurdistan and the North Sea.

The focus areas are conventional Oil & Gas, unconventional Oil & Gas, CCS (Carbon Capture & Storage) and gas storage.

Xodus Develop:

Capture & Storage) and gas storage. Xodus Develop: Xodus Develop identifies and defines optimal concepts that

Xodus Develop identifies and defines optimal concepts that create value and achieve Client business goals.

Field Development Specialists use a structured work process to identify, evaluate and recommend concepts that are aligned with these business goals. The process is a combination of creativity and efficiency – one that looks widely without preconception while, at the same time, supports early decision-making.

The unique suite of consulting skills within Xodus covers energy production, processing and transportation, technology development and application, environmental performance, technical safety, regulatory compliance and business risk analysis. The ability to apply and combine these multi-disciplinary skills is what makes Xodus a world leader in field development.

Field development demands adaptable, quick-thinking, multi-skilled Engineers supported

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by the most advanced, integrated tools and methodologies – the very definition of Xodus.

Xodus Projects:

– the very definition of Xodus. Xodus Projects: Xodus Projects delivers FEED and detail design projects

Xodus Projects delivers FEED and detail design projects to the upstream Oil & Gas industry. The areas of expertise cover offshore production facilities, onshore gathering systems and processing facilities. Xodus works on both Greenfield and Brownfield scopes.

As developments move from the concept to the project phase, Xodus places great emphasis on the importance of continuity. Their Clients recognise that the knowledge Xodus personnel have built up over the development phase offers significant benefits. The culture and mind-set instilled in Xodus personnel mean they can bring multiple skills to bear through a carefully coordinated Project Team. This brings a level of flexibility that means Xodus can execute projects more efficiently than more traditional competitors.

Thanks to the depth and breadth of experience and specialist expertise within Xodus, they significantly reduce the number of Third Party interfaces and all but eliminate errors in the transfer of knowledge and data.

Xodus Assure:

errors in the transfer of knowledge and data. Xodus Assure: Xodus Assure provides specialist engineering services

Xodus Assure provides specialist engineering services in order to ensure that Client asset risks are understood, quantified and effectively managed.

To maintain operational efficiency at peak levels, Xodus offers risk and uncertainty analysis, including compliance management services covering regulatory requirements, industry best practices and optimisation of in-company rules and procedures. Asset integrity lies at the heart of top quartile asset performance. Xodus Specialists assist with the development of asset integrity management programs that assess key KPIs, metrics and productivity targets to deliver long term production strategies.

Surface, wells and subsurface expertise are brought together by Xodus to optimise production, increase asset availability, enhance safety, minimise environmental impact and optimise operational expenditure (OPEX). Using state-of-the-art tools, their teams deliver production assurance support and enhance the efficiency of existing operations with expert interpretation and advice. The analysis of assets that are nearing the end of their useful lives and finding options for life extension also helps Xodus Clients to

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preserve the value of assets.

By bringing multi-disciplinary expertise to bear on all aspects of Client operational workflows, Xodus helps them streamline processes while simultaneously optimising existing resources. Once an asset reaches the end of its lifecycle, Xodus helps Clients through the often complex decommissioning process.

Xodus Subsea:

the often complex decommissioning process. Xodus Subsea: Xodus Subsea offers global subsea engineering services to

Xodus Subsea offers global subsea engineering services to Operators in the upstream Oil & Gas industry.

The company brings together expertise from Xodus, Saipem and Chiyoda to form a uniquely skilled and experienced workforce with the ability to deliver the world’s most complex subsea developments.

For the first time Clients can choose a subsea engineering company whose expertise is informed by construction techniques and new technology from a world-leading Contractor, without being exclusively tied to one Contractor. Clients benefit from impartial, robust recommendations with accurate cost estimates that lead to fully informed decision- making.

Xodus Subsea engineering services take a unique approach to technical subsea challenges by bringing together Xodus’ front end engineering capability, Saipem’s turnkey engineering, procurement, construction and installation expertise and Chiyoda’s experience in managing large scale international projects. The company offers a wealth of technical subsea expertise and also has access to more than 1,000 multi-discipline Engineers through the partner companies.

Xodus Wells:

Engineers through the partner companies. Xodus Wells: Xodus Wells delivers drilling project management to the

Xodus Wells delivers drilling project management to the worldwide upstream Oil & Gas industry. Xodus personnel have diverse backgrounds spanning the theoretical, analytical and practical, giving Xodus the ability to take any solution from a conceptual stage all the way through to execution.

Xodus has a suite of policies, procedures, technical tools and methodologies based on extensive experience. These are customised for a Client’s particular requirements and well type – considerably reducing the inherent financial and safety risks involved. All

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eventualities are considered and extensive contingency planning is undertaken rather than assuming “everything will go well”.

More details on the Xodus technical safety and risk capability is provided in Attachment 5.

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10. SIMILAR WORK EXPERIENCE

10.1 Tenderers Experience

Chiyoda Almana has extensive experience in delivering engineering projects and studies in Qatar and the Middle East region. We are very much aware of the Qatargas project delivery processes and systems in place to ensure project success. Chiyoda Almana project references have been included in Attachment 6.

Chiyoda Almana has a dedicated Loss Prevention Team with all required technical expertise to meet Client requirements. This Loss Prevention Team is highly experienced in using various software which are utilised to perform risk studies (PHAST, PHAPRO, Bow Tie-XP, Bow Tie-Thesis, Pipenet and various other software based on Client requirements).

Chiyoda Almana has in-house capabilities to perform various studies as listed below:

HAZARD Identification Studies (including Facilitation, Report Preparation and Close-Outs)

Desk Safety Reviews (Including Facilitation, Report Preparation and Close-Outs)

Facility Siting Studies

Consequence Modelling

Hazardous Area Classification Studies

Passive Fire Protection Studies

Quantitative Risk Assessment Studies

Safety Critical Element Identification Studies

Bow-Tie Analyses

ALARP Demonstrations

Pre-Start-Up Safety Review Meetings

In addition to the above list, Chiyoda Almana has capability in the preparation of general loss prevention deliverables including expertise in firefighting.

Chiyoda Almana also has experience in providing technical safety risk services, together with our affiliate Xodus, to Clients in the Middle East as presented in Attachment 7. Typical technical safety risk services provided include:

Workshop facilitation and scribing, for HAZIDs, HAZOPs, occupational hazard identifications, SILs / LOPAs, SCE identifications, bow-ties and ALARPs.

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Consequence modelling using PHAST for flammable and toxic gas dispersion, jet fires, pool fires and coarse explosion assessments for input into layout studies / separation distances, fatality and impairment assessment.

CFD modelling of gas dispersion, ventilation studies and detailed explosion overpressure analyses using FLACS and STAR CCM+.

Flare dispersion and thermal radiation studies using PHAST.

Qualitative comparative risk assessments.

Formal safety studies including non-hydrocarbon major accident hazard assessments; escape, evacuation and rescue assessments; emergency system survivability studies; dropped object analyses; ALARP demonstrations.

Occupied building risk assessments.

Reliability, availability and maintainability reviews.

Quantitative assessments including fire risk analyses, explosion risk analyses, ventilation analyses, vent and exhaust analyses and quantitative risk assessments.

Onshore and offshore safety cases.

In conclusion, based on Chiyoda Almana’s vast experience in delivering engineering solutions to Qatargas combined with the Chiyoda Almana / Xodus technical safety risk expertise; Chiyoda Almana is confident the we have the required resident capability in-house to deliver services under the Contract in the most efficient and timely manner, compliant with Qatargas HSE, quality and cost criteria.

10.2 Tenderers Current Work Commitments

10.2.1 Chiyoda Almana

The Chiyoda Almana current, ongoing commitments are listed below.

Long Term EPCm Services Contract for RasGas Company Limited

Engineering Services Contract for Qatar Fuel Additives Company Limited

Engineering Services Contract for Qatar Chemical Company Limited

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Engineering Services Contract for Ras Laffan Olefins Company Limited

FEED & EPCm Contract for Qatar Shell GTL Limited

Call-Off Engineering & Technical Services Contract for Dolphin Energy Limited

Qatargas Technical Services for Vibration Program Contract

Qatargas Engineering Call-Off Contract

Helium 3 EPC Project for RasGas Company Limited (24% Complete)

Chiyoda Almana has analysed our current and future work commitments over the proposed Contract period and can confirm with complete confidence that we have the required capacity and resources in place to deliver services under the Contract in line with Qatargas requirements and criteria.

10.2.2

Xodus

Xodus also confirms that they have the required capacity and resources in place to deliver services under the Contract in line with Qatargas requirements and criteria.

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11.1 Proposed Equipment & Software

11.1.1 Software

Chiyoda Almana:

Chiyoda Almana has extensive engineering and design software currently available for use at the Chiyoda Almana Doha Home Office and typical engineering software that can be made available for use on this Contract is detailed in Attachment 10.

Furthermore; Chiyoda Almana utilises Primavera 6 v.7 for planning / scheduling as well as Microsoft Office software for other project-related documentation and activities (Office, Excel, PowerPoint, etc.).

Xodus:

As well as the standard Microsoft Office software, the following software is available to Xodus:

PHAST

PHAST Risk (can be obtained if required)

PhaPro

FLACS

STAR CCM+

Bow-Tie XP

Fault Tree+

11.1.2 Equipment to Support Contract Delivery

Chiyoda Almana:

A detailed list of hardware available in the Chiyoda Almana Doha Home Office is included in Attachment 14.

Xodus:

No specific equipment has been identified as being required to execute these services.

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11.2.1 Chiyoda Almana

Chiyoda Almana already has in place in Qatar an established team of experienced resources, and at present, employs more than 640 staff permanently at our Doha Home Office, to provide Clients with strong, proactive and diverse experienced Project Delivery Teams to meet their project requirements and expectations.

A breakdown of our local resource pool is provided below.

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Materials Management

Construction

Project Controls

HSE

QA / QC

Contracts Administration

Human Resources

Finance & Accounting

Business Development

Proposals

IS&T

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Administrative Support ServicesAdministration Human Resources Finance & Accounting Business Development Proposals IS&T Corporate Total: 644

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The Xodus TSR Team currently has approximately 37 personnel.

Personnel identified for this Contract will be sourced from these resource pools and names of Key Personnel to be utilised for Technical Safety and Risk Engineering Services are provided in Section 11.2.3 below.

11.2.3 Key Personnel

Key Personnel proposed for the Contract are listed below.

Designation

Potential Candidates

Principal Consultant / Lead Loss Prevention / Risk Engineer

1. Gianni Morale

2. Terry-Ann O’Connell

Senior Consultant / Senior Loss Prevention / Risk Engineer

1. Surya Prabha

2. Adrian Gannon

Specialist

1. Colin McWhirr

2. Laura Patience

Project Manager

1. Anup Rajurkar

2. Graham Gaffney

HAZOP / HAZID Chair

1. Gianni Morale (HAZID Chair)

2. Helen Bigland (HAZOP Chair)

SIL Study Chair

1. Simon Lowe

2. Ian Swindells

QRA Engineer

1. Gianni Morale

2. Surya Prabha

SHE Case Facilitator

1. Surya Prabha

2. Arley Santos Silva

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Incident Investigator

1. Colin McWhirr

2. Rajesh Pillai

Process Safety Trainer

1. Surya Prabha

2. Adrian Gannon

CVs of Key Personnel are included in Attachment 8.

Additional personnel are available within Chiyoda Almana and Xodus to provide additional support on specific project scopes as required. CVs of any additional personnel will be provided to Qatargas as appropriate, in service proposals for specific work scopes.

11.2.4 Availability of Personnel

Based on current workload, the potential candidates tabulated in Section 11.2.3 above are available to commence work activities upon award of the Contract for Technical Safety and Risk Engineering Services.

11.3

Subcontractors

Chiyoda Almana does not envisage utilising Subcontractors / Third Party Service Providers on this Contract.

Chiyoda Almana will utilise the services of Xodus to provide specialist technical safety and risk expertise to this Contract.

Chiyoda Almana and Xodus are both Chiyoda Group companies and this affords Chiyoda Almana the opportunity to source suitable technical expertise for the delivery of our projects on an as-needed basis. With this in mind; Chiyoda Almana has approached Xodus to provide the required technical safety and risk expertise to support the delivery of this Contract to Qatargas.

As Chiyoda Group companies, there will not be a typical Subcontractor relationship in place; there will be no differentiation between Chiyoda Almana and Xodus and we will both work seamlessly together

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Method statements are provided in this section for the following potential work scopes which have been identified in Attachment B, Section 2, scopes of work / services in tender enquiry LTC/C/SEQ/2479/16 for Technical Safety and Risk Engineering Services:

HAZID studies;

HAZOP studies (QG1 process, QG1 utilities, QG1 offshore, RLTO and CLNG assets);

SIL studies (RLTO, QG1 offshore assets);

Update of SHE case (all Qatargas assets);

Onshore QRA update (Qatargas onshore assets);

Limited scale consequence modelling;

QRAs for small projects / facility modifications;

Miscellaneous safety and risk studies and activities;

Incident investigation expert opinion and support work;

Technical safety and risk engineering / management training program;

Update of Qatargas technical safety and risk engineering policies, standards, procedures and guidelines; and

Short term (≤ 40 working days) and long term (> 40 days) secondments to the Qatargas organisation.

In addition to the above, a more comprehensive but not exhaustive list of technical safety and risk studies which may be required under the Contract is presented in Attachment 5 of the tender enquiry. Execution statements for the additional studies listed in Attachment 5 will be provided as required under specific service orders from Qatargas.

12.1 HAZID Studies

A HAZID is a systematic assessment to identify hazards and problem areas associated with plant, system, operation, design and maintenance.

The HAZID methodology, workshop and associated report will comply with Qatargas requirements as appropriate.

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Typically Chiyoda Almana / Xodus will identify the nodes and scope of the HAZID and document these in a Terms of Reference (TOR) for review by all parties prior to the workshop.

A HAZID TOR typically addresses the following: scope, assumptions, boundaries, risk assessment

matrix, name of the participants required for the HAZID, venue and close-out procedure.

During the workshop the guidewords will be applied to the individual nodes sequentially and the threats, consequences and safeguards will be recorded in the minutes. If for any particular hazard there are no sufficient controls in place, then the HAZID Team will discuss corrective actions and issue appropriate recommendations accordingly. Risks will be ranked based on combination of severity and likelihood, as per Qatargas standards / requirements. Minutes will be generated using Microsoft Word and Excel.

A HAZID Report will be prepared in accordance with Qatargas requirements but is expected to

include a brief description of the facilities, the methodology, nodes, guidewords and deviations, list of team members, HAZID minutes, list of actions and associated action parties.

All HAZID recommendations will be closed in a timely manner by preparing close-out sheets. All close-out sheets shall be signed by the responsible engineer.

12.2 HAZOP Studies

A hazard and operability study (HAZOP) is a structured and systematic examination of a planned or

existing process or operation in order to identify and evaluate operability issues that may represent risks to personnel or equipment, or prevent efficient operation.

The HAZOP methodology, workshop and associated report will comply with Qatargas requirements as appropriate.

Typically Chiyoda Almana / Xodus will identify the nodes and scope of the HAZOP and document these in a TOR for review by all parties prior to the workshop. The TOR also gives details of the approach, the key guidewords and the structure of the worksheets that will be completed.

During the workshop the guidewords and deviations will be applied to the individual nodes sequentially and the causes, consequences and safeguards recorded in the minutes. If for any particular hazard there are no sufficient controls in place, then the HAZID Team will discuss corrective actions and issue appropriate recommendations accordingly. Minutes will be generated using Microsoft Excel or PHA Pro depending on Qatargas preference.

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A HAZOP Report will be prepared in accordance with Qatargas requirements but is expected to include a brief description of the facilities, the methodology, nodes, guidewords and deviations, list of team members, HAZOP minutes, list of actions and associated action parties.

12.3 SIL Studies

Chiyoda Almana / Xodus has performed numerous SIL work scopes from large Greenfield projects through to minor modifications on Brownfield sites. This work has covered both the assessment of SIL requirements and the verification that a proposed or implemented design meets the specified SIL. Each of these services is covered below.

12.3.1 SIL Determination

Typically Safety Instrumented Functions (SIFs) or specific instrument loops will be identified from a HAZOP, HAZID or some other formal process carried out in the design. The first stage of the SIL determination is to agree the procedure to be used for determining the SIF safety integrity levels. Most commonly a risk graph approach is used as per IEC 61511. In some cases the application of the Layers of Protection Analysis (LOPA) method is justified particularly where there are a number of devices and systems that provide the overall SIF. Chiyoda Almana / Xodus is equally experienced in the application of LOPA and can perform this service as required.

For the application of the risk graph approach to SIL determination the first stage is to calibrate the risk graph being used to the specifics of the particular application and the client risk and consequence norms where these exist. This process sets the boundaries between each of the decision points within the graph. Once the criteria within the risk graphs have been set the risk graph approach can be applied as follows:

a) Identify each loop and determine its functionality, i.e. identify protective function and action taken.

b) Identify potential causes for demand on each loop and frequency of these demands (W).

c) Evaluate the safety, environmental and asset consequences upon failure of the loop when demanded to operate.

d) Apply the risk graph assigning the following ratings to safety, environmental then asset/cost considerations in turn:

Severity (C);

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Probability of avoidance (P); and

Instrument demand rate (W).

e) Select the highest SIL level from the assessment of safety, environmental then asset / cost considerations

f) The final SIL level is determined based on discussions around separate protective devices.

g) In the event of a SIF being assessed as SIL ≥ 2, a LOPA review will be normally be carried out to further review the risk graph defined SIL.

An example of a typical risk graph from IEC 61511 is given below.

of a typical risk graph from IEC 61511 is given below. Chiyoda Almana / Xodus typically

Chiyoda Almana / Xodus typically record the results of the risk graph application within a spreadsheet since this is the most flexible and convenient means. However, where a particular software tool is required by the Client, this can easily be accommodated.

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12.3.2 SIL Verification

In order to verify that a proposed or implemented design meets the required SIL as defined previously, there are a number of techniques that can be applied. All of these methods however require some calculation of the expected Probability of Failure on Demand (PFD) to ensure that it meets the relevant SIL level.

Chiyoda Almana / Xodus has performed SIL determination using spreadsheets, fault tree packages such as FaultTree+ and bespoke SIL verification packages.

It is important when performing SIL verification to not solely rely on the calculation of the PFD but also ensure that the proposed or implemented architecture meets the requirement so of IEC61508/61511. This is particularly true for higher SIL levels where there are specific requirements for installed redundancy that need to be met irrespective of the individual component reliabilities.

12.4 SHE Case Updates

SHE case updates shall be completed as per Qatargas Procedure 01.15.01.08 SHE case requirements. The Qatargas procedure has not been reviewed prior to preparation of this Method Statement but it is expected to require the following reviews and updates to ensure that documents reflect the entire facility including any changes. This Method Statement does not necessarily reflect the approach that would be used to prepare project documentation, which may only consider modifications to the facility.

12.4.1 Hazard Identification (HAZID)

Hold a multi-discipline HAZID workshop to identify additional or changed hazards since the previous HAZID for the facility. The HAZID will comply with Qatargas standards and guidelines as appropriate.

A TOR will be prepared prior to the HAZID detailing the nodes or areas to be addressed in the workshop, along with the guidewords to prompt discussion and suggested team members. If specific changes have been made to the facility which may have prompted the SHE case update, these shall also be briefly described in the TOR.

The workshop will be chaired by a suitably experienced Facilitator and minuted by a technical Scribe. The previous HAZID for the facility will be available in the workshop along with any

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documentation relating to changes to the facility since the previous HAZID was carried out. The minutes will record the causes, consequences and existing safeguards for hazards identified by the application of the guidewords to each node. Any actions required for additional risk mitigation will be identified and documented along with an appropriate action party.

A HAZID Report will be prepared in accordance with Qatargas format requirements but is expected to include the methodology, nodes, guidewords, team members, minutes of meeting and a list of actions generated and associated action party.

12.4.2 Gap Analysis of SHE Studies

The gap analysis will be a desktop exercise to review the existing SHE studies against the revised HAZID, current facility layout and operations and the current Qatargas standards and guidelines to identify any changes to the facility or Qatargas requirements which impact on each SHE study assessment basis or findings.

If the SHE case update was prompted by a change to the facility, documentation relating to the changes will also be required to support the gap analysis.

Any gaps identified will be documented along with an overview of the work required to close each gap.

12.4.3 Bow-Tie Analysis

A bow-tie workshop or desktop exercise, determined based on Qatargas preference, will be carried out following the HAZID to identify all proposed prevention measures for each major accident hazard based on the causes identified in the HAZID and all detection, control and mitigation measures, based on the safeguards identified in the HAZID.

The existing bow-tie analysis for the facility will form a key input to the assessment along with any documentation relating to changes to the facility since the previous assessment was executed.

The assessment will be recorded using BowTie XP or a Microsoft Excel spreadsheet depending on Qatargas preference and a report prepared documenting the work.

12.4.4 SHE Critical Elements & Tasks

Based on the output from the HAZID and bow-tie assessments, the existing SHE critical

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elements and tasks register will be updated as required to reflect any changes to the facility and / or Qatargas standards and guidelines.

The criteria for selecting SHE critical elements and tasks will be the same as those used for the existing facility and / or Qatargas criteria as appropriate.

12.4.5 Performance Standards

Review the existing performance standards for the facility and update as required to address changes to the SHE critical elements. If additional critical elements have been identified, prepare new performance standards for the new critical elements following the format of the existing performance standards.

If Qatargas requirements regarding performance standards have changed since the existing performance standards were prepared for the facility, update the existing performance as required to meet the revised requirements.

12.4.6 Matrix of Permitted Operation

Review the existing matrix of permitted operations to identify any new operations required to be carried out or any changes to existing operations and update accordingly.

Update the matrix to include any new SHE critical elements or tasks identified in earlier stages of this SHE case update.

Review the changes made to the matrix operations and critical elements and identify any additional or changes to restrictions identified. Update the matrix of permitted operations accordingly.

This is expected to be carried out as a desktop exercise but will require review by Qatargas operations personnel.

12.4.7 ALARP Demonstration

There are two aspects to an ALARP demonstration for a SHE case update. The first is the project ALARP demonstration which would review the options for the changes to the facility and determine if the selections made resulted in a design with risks as low as reasonably practicable. The second is a review of the final facility after all changes have been made, taking account of any new or changed major accident hazards identified in the HAZID to confirm that

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the measures in place to prevent, detect, control and mitigate MAHs on the facility reduce the risks to ALARP.

It is anticipated that the first ALARP demonstration would have been carried out during the project phase of the facility modification.

The second ALARP demonstration will be carried out as part of the SHE case update.

Both demonstrations would be summarised in the SHE case update.

Update the existing SHE case to reflect the changes identified and assessed in the work scopes described above.

12.5 Onshore QRA Update

The approach to execution of a QRA update will depend on the availability of the original QRA model for the facility and the nature of the update required. If the original QRA model is available and was executed using PHAST Risk, the following approach will be adopted:

Familiarisation with the existing QRA model.

Identify changes to be considered in the update. These may include, but are not limited to:

Equipment, layout, material composition, operating conditions, manning levels and / or distribution.

The QRA assumptions register and information such as meteorological conditions, hole sizes, elevation and orientation of leaks are not generally expected to change for a QRA update.

Revise PHAST Risk model, including PHAST consequence modelling, to reflect the identified changes.

Prepare QRA Update Report following the format of the existing QRA Report but expected to include: a brief description of the facilities, a description of the reason and basis for the update, methodology, consequence modelling results, risk assessment findings, conclusions and recommendations as required.

If the PHAST Risk model is not available for the facility, the entire facility will need to be reassessed using the QRA Assumptions Register / rule set presented in the existing report. This will include consequence modelling for equipment which has not changed since the existing QRA was carried out. This increases the man-hours required to execute the work but does not change the format of the final deliverable.

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The following approach will be used for hydrocarbon event consequence modelling.

A list of hydrocarbon failure cases will be identified based on isolatable sections defined by ESDV locations on PFDs, UFDs and P&IDs and information provided in the heat and mass balance. These are expected to be predominantly process events but may include some utility events, such as fuel gas, if relevant.

The isolatable inventory for each failure case will be estimated based on equipment volumes, assumed fill levels and either calculated or an estimated additional percentage to account for associated pipework inventory.

Meteorological data, hole sizes, leak orientations, thermal and dispersion impairment criteria will all be based on existing Qatargas information for the facility.

For gas and two-phase release failure cases, time varying consequence modelling will be carried out as required to determine jet flame length decrease with time. This may be executed using and Microsoft Excel spreadsheet or PHAST depending on Qatargas preference.

PHAST will be used for dispersion modelling of gas and two-phase leaks unless CFD modelling is required by Qatargas. FLACS or STAR CCM+ are available for dispersion modelling if required.

For non-cryogenic liquid leaks, liquid release rates, pool fire diameters and distances to thermal radiation levels will be estimated using PHAST.

The approach to explosion modelling, i.e. PHAST or CFD modelling will be determined based on the approach used in the existing consequence modelling for the facility. FLACS is available if required for CFD explosion modelling. A more detailed methodology can be provided once the Qatargas approach is known.

Following identification of potential cryogenic failure cases, cryogenic discharge rates and dispersion will be modelled using PHAST. The basis for selection of cryogenic failure cases will be consistent with that used for the existing facility.

For jet and pool fire modelling, distances to defined thermal radiation levels for each hole size will be documented. For dispersion modelling, distance to specified concentrations will be documented for each hole size.

For explosion modelling, the output will depend on the approach used and Qatargas requirements. This may be blast overpressures at key items of equipment, distances to specified explosion overpressures or explosion overpressure exceedance curves if the consequence modelling is combined with frequency assessment.

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A Consequence Modelling Report can be prepared or the results can be tabulated for use in another study as required.

12.7 QRA for Small Projects / Modifications

QRAs for small projects or modifications on offshore installations will use the rule set adopted for the existing installation. As for the onshore QRA update, availability of the QRA model for the existing installation will reduce the effort required to execute the work and minimise the potential for inconsistencies between the baseline QRA and the QRA addendum for the small project.

Offshore QRAs will be Microsoft Excel based models, carried out using on the following methodology:

The existing installation QRA, project HAZID, project fire and explosion assessment (FEA) and previous experience for other similar installations will be used as the basis for identification of the major accident events.

Fatality and relevant impairment criteria will be defined based on the existing installation QRA.

Consequence modelling for the hydrocarbon events will be extracted from the project FEA.

Consequence and frequency assessment for dropped object events will be extracted from the respective separate studies. The ship collision assessment for the existing installation is not expected to be affected by small projects or modifications.

If required for the project / modifications, a generic assessment of other non-hydrocarbon events will be carried out based on the existing QRA, revised platform layouts, public domain industry data and previous experience of similar installations.

The frequency assessment will be based on event tree analysis.

For new hydrocarbon MAHs, the initial event frequency will be based on a P&ID parts count and ignition probabilities will be based on data used in the existing installation QRA.

As applicable, the potential for failure of proposed safeguards for hydrocarbon MAHs, such as isolation, will be considered based on the failure probability data used in the existing QRA.

The initial event frequency and fatality / impairment probabilities for any new non-hydrocarbon MAHs will be based on the data used in the existing installation QRA.

The frequency analysis will be combined with the consequence assessment to determine impairment frequencies for key critical systems and fatality risk based on manning levels.

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The incremental risk levels will be reviewed and the new total risk levels will be compared with industry and relevant regulatory criteria.

A QRA Addendum Report will be prepared for the project based on the format of the QRA Report for the existing installations. This is expected to include, a brief description of the project, the methodology, findings, conclusions and any recommendations from the assessment.

12.8 Incident Investigation

Suitably qualified and experienced personnel will be provided as required to assist Qatargas with incident investigation including:

Information gathering, with site visit if appropriate.

Information analyses, including identification of immediate (e.g. the blade), underlying (e.g. unsafe act, guard removed) and root (e.g. inadequate training, poor competence assessment) causes.

Identification of risk control measures.

Development of an action plan for Qatargas implementation.

Incident investigation will be carried out in accordance with Qatargas standards and guidelines as appropriate.

12.9 Technical Safety & Risk Training Program

Suitably qualified and experienced personnel will be provided as required to specify, prepare and deliver training on technical safety and risk engineering topics to be identified by Qatargas. As required training materials, expected to be in the form of Microsoft PowerPoint presentations, will be provided to course attendees.

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12.10 Update of Qatargas Technical Safety & Risk Documentation

Suitably qualified and experienced personnel will be provided as required, to review and update Qatargas policies, standards, procedures and guidelines relating to technical safety and risk engineering. The approach adopted for the updates will depend on Qatargas requirements but may involve “interview” of Qatargas personnel to obtain the necessary information to ensure documentation is updated to reflect current practices or lessons learned as appropriate.

12.11 Technical Safety & Risk Secondments

Suitably qualified and experienced personnel will be provided to Qatargas for short or long term secondments in accordance with Qatargas requirements. If appropriate telephone, video conference or face-to-face interviews may be conducted to confirm suitability of proposed secondees. Secondees may be supported by the Chiyoda Almana / Xodus offices as required to ensure all Qatargas requirements can be met.

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Chiyoda Almana hereby confirms that we have understood the scope of services and shall deliver the services in accordance with accepted industry standards.

Any exceptions / qualifications relating to the scope of services are detailed in Attachment 11.

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Key Personnel, will be readily available to deliver services under the Contract upon receipt of a work scope request from Qatargas.

No mobilisation plan has been developed for the Contract; however, it is anticipated that Qatargas will provide a 2-4 week lead time as part of any work scope request to ensure that Chiyoda Almana / Xodus is able to provide the required Key Personnel for the requested work scope.

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The assistance required from Qatargas in order to deliver the services under the Contract will be advised as required to allow execution of specific work scopes from Qatargas.

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A copy of the Tender Bond has been provided in Attachment 10.

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Unpriced exceptions / qualifications are included in Attachment 11.

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The completed SHE Questionnaire has been submitted as a separate package.

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19.1 Financial Statements

Financial statements are included in Attachment 12.

19.2 Banking Details

As Chiyoda Almana is already registered with Qatargas; we have not provided the banking information as this information is not required.

19.3 Tax Card

The Chiyoda Almana Tax Card is included in Attachment 13.

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Contents Introduction 2 . Safety Engineering & Loss Prevention 3 . Safety Management Systems & Audit 4 . Asset Integrity Assurance 5 Reliability Engineering & Management 6 . Risk & Decision Management 7 . Project Experience 8

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Introduction

Safety and risk management is a key element of every energy sector enterprise.

Technical Safety & Risk (TSR) specialises in providing clients with the support required to resolve the most challenging technical safety and risk management issues.

In order to optimise the value and minimise spend on preventive measures and risk avoidance, TSR provides advanced decision making support right from the start of a project. We continue to work with you over the full lifecycle – from new field development conceptual design, to ageing asset integrity management and into decommissioning risk management support.

Our strong team of technical safety and risk management engineers and consultants offers a unique breadth and depth of experience. By tapping into the broader Xodus Group resource pool for expert support in disciplines such as flow assurance, advanced structural modelling and materials selection, we provide a uniquely integrated risk management and safety assurance service.

Our first priority is staff competence, achieved by employing leading specialists in the technical safety and risk field. We are client focussed and take pride in the quality of our work. We excel in handling the more difficult and complex issues in the energy sector. Many members of the team possess operator experience that allows us to understand and be fully aligned with our clients’ needs.

The challenge to improve safety will be ever greater as more offshore installations exceed their original design life.

Steve Walker, Head of the UK Health and Safety Executive’s Offshore Division.

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Increasing individual risks and societal concerns

Safety Engineering & Loss Prevention

One of our key differentiators is the mix of consultants available for safety engineering and loss prevention projects.

Proven technical skills combined with extensive operational experience enables us to identify and focus on the issues that are critical to assessing risks and managing major accident hazards effectively. With these resources we have the capability to deliver robust safety conclusions in tight timescales to meet corporate, societal and regulatory expectations.

Our in-house capability addresses all technical safety issues related to oil and gas production, including wells, pipelines, process plants and refineries. We support all stages of the design process from concept selection through to detailed design and on through the life of a development.

We have extensive experience in concept ALARP reviews and safety case impacts for brownfield developments including subsea or NUI tie-backs that introduce high pressure/ low pressure interfaces or new hazards. We are practiced in preparing safety cases, combined operations notifications, PWAs, MAPDs and emergency response plans.

Our key consequence model is PHAST which we use to assess the physical effects of major accident events such as un-ignited gas plumes,

jet and pool fires, explosions, flash fires and toxic hazards. Our consultants have a wealth of modelling experience in large and small scale QRAs in support of safety cases and in more detailed analysis for specific issues such as failure of Safety Critical Elements (SCEs) or management of change for brownfield sites.

We aim to breakdown and assess risks in a way that allows operators to have a clear understanding of their major accident hazards and the impact of SCEs on risk reduction. H 2 S management is a particular area of expertise.

We are adept at generating safety philosophies including active and passive fire protection strategies and can provide detailed fire water design based on Pipenet™ analysis. We provide hazardous area classification both with respect to flammability and H 2 S.

When carrying out safety studies we aim to avoid a tick box exercise and instead use the studies as opportunities to bring value to operations, engage the workforce and continually improve understanding of major accident hazards. To this end we are also able to provide training courses in all aspects of management of major accident hazards.

Key areas of activity:

Thorough reviews

Safety cases

MAPD/PWA

COMOPS notifications

PFEER assessments

Emergency response procedures

ALARP demonstrations

HAZID/HAZOP studies

Bow-tie analysis

Concept screening

Consequence modelling

Detailed QRA

Safety studies (SSIV)

Safety philosophies

Firewater design

Plant layout

Hazardous area classification

MAH management and awareness training.

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Unacceptable region

Tolerable region

Broadly acceptable region

HSE framework for the tolerability of risk.

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Contents Introduction 2 . Safety Engineering & Loss Prevention 3 . Safety Management Systems & Audit 4 . Asset Integrity Assurance 5 Reliability Engineering & Management 6 . Risk & Decision Management 7 . Project Experience 8

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Safety Management Systems & Audit

The development and maintenance of a Safety Management System (SMS) is a requirement that many stakeholders need assistance in delivering.

Xodus provides a full support service for projects and operations to develop and improve their SMS and is fully conversant with the appropriate internationally recognised standards.

By linking into our other TSR services, we can develop detailed project safety plans or fully integrated HS&E plans. For clients seeking additional support, we provide dedicated resources either from our office or through secondment of personnel to client offices.

Our compliance assurance and auditing experience includes:

Project safety audit

HS&E integrated audit

Technical safety audit

Process safety audit Asset integrity audit.

From the gaps identified by these audits we work closely with our clients to develop the optimal improvement plans. We also provide a full follow-up and close out service ensuring our clients maintain their regulatory compliance.

With our experience with client incident investigation procedures and industry tools such as TapRooT ® and 5-Why, our consultants

provide a strong incident investigation service either as the team leads or as team members. A particular area of expertise is in root cause analysis. We fully understand the sensitivities around incident investigation and offer a professional and discrete service to our clients.

Specialist advice in areas such as:

Project safety management systems

Operational HS&E management systems

OHSAS 18001

Project HSE plans

HS&E integrated audits

Technical safety audits

Asset integrity audits

Due diligence reviews

Independent investigations

Root cause analysis SMS training.

Xodus Group’s tools and experience are equally applicable to industries other than oil and gas such as low carbon.

We are regularly called upon to assist in non-oil and gas related projects. Examples include providing supporting studies for cutting edge wave power generation projects, water treatment plants and carbon capture and storage schemes.

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Asset Integrity Assurance

Demonstrating that the integrity of an asset is being maintained is a key performance measure for oil and gas installations – and a regulatory requirement.

By engaging consultants with a broad mix of technical and operational experience, Xodus assists its clients to deliver the integrity assurance required – from full-scale integrated asset integrity management support services to specific, focussed integrity assurance assessments.

Process safety is a key focus area in the upstream and downstream oil and gas industries. Prevention of loss of containment or equipment damage is particularly critical given the outage and capital costs, and the escalation consequences of loss of containment.

The plant is complex and requires specialist techniques to develop and assure safe plant. Xodus provides world-leading consultancy support in process safety ranging from individual studies to fully integrated process safety assurance services.

Asset integrity covers more than just the capability of the hardware. Procedures, management controls and staff competence are equally important. Xodus specialises in developing effective operating procedures supported by an in-house suite of operating standards.

Key management controls such as change control and permit to work systems can be developed to satisfy client requirements with training available to assist staff to better understand their roles within integrity management.

By integrating asset integrity assurance activities within TSR we can optimise asset SCE performance and integrate verification schemes. This can be combined with risk optimised, business, availability and environmental performance standards. The result for our clients is a tightly integrated performance standard based asset integrity management suite to support their operations.

Specialist advice in areas such as:

SCE identification

Performance standards

Process safety

HP/LP interface management

Operating procedures

Production loss management

Permit to work

Ageing asset management

Change management

KP3/KP4 robustness

SCE management training.

Employing the wider experience within Xodus Group ensures that ‘ageing asset’ assessment is performed with input from experts in various related disciplines such as corrosion management, structural reliability and fracture mechanics.

Ensuring that the people, systems, processes and resources which deliver integrity are in place, in use and fit for purpose over the whole lifecycle of the asset.

The UK Health and Safety Executive and Oil and Gas UK joint definition of asset integrity management.

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Reliability Engineering & Management

Our reliability capability is mutually complimentary to the Safety Engineering, Asset Integrity and Risk & Decision Management capabilities offered within Xodus.

Capabilities range from high level ‘management’ style activities such as consulting on the application of international reliability-centric standards and the implementation of reliability management systems, to concise, high integrity, quantitative analysis techniques and reliability engineering support including compliance with IEC 61511. All are expressly designed to add value to your business and/or project.

The oil and gas industry continues to push back the boundaries of what is possible with the recent trend for the exploitation of reserves in deep and ultra-deep water and the development of high pressure/high temperature fields. With this trend, the risk of failure is brought sharply into focus due to the often astronomical cost and catastrophic impact of failure.

Mitigation strategies are many and varied, however, one key component is to implement a programme designed to manage the reliability delivery of a project.

Even within projects that are considered to be in the ‘normal’ envelope of experience there are numerous opportunities to achieve efficient project delivery, optimise production capacities and thus increase NPV.

TSR services from Xodus represent the pinnacle of reliability consulting, through the breadth of experience offered by the multidisciplinary team and our delivery of focussed, high value reliability capabilities.

Our integrated approach allows us to:

Support integrated production modelling activities

Deliver functional safety assessments

Demonstrate adequacy of proposed HIPPS solutions

Provide assurance of IEC 61511 compliance

Assist field development option selection

Support design activities at field and component levels.

Further strength is offered by the operational and technical expertise of the TSR team who support cross-discipline activities such as establishing reliability criteria for SCEs in order to meet PFEER requirements, or developing work practices and maintenance management systems that support the required information delivery.

Specialist advice in areas such as:

Production downtime analysis

RAM analysis

FMEA & FMECA

HIPPS analysis

Test interval optimisation

SIL assessment

SIL verification

LOPA review

Fault tree analysis

Event tree analysis

Risk based inspection

Reliability centred maintenance

Technology qualification support

Reliability data collection and analysis

Reliability training

RAMP

Inventory optimisation

Manning studies.

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