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HIRING AGENCY FOR SCADA IMPLEMENTATION AT CNG STATIONS (INCLUDING DTC & RETAIL OUTLET ) &
HIRING AGENCY FOR SCADA IMPLEMENTATION AT CNG STATIONS (INCLUDING DTC & RETAIL OUTLET ) &

HIRING AGENCY FOR SCADA IMPLEMENTATION AT CNG STATIONS (INCLUDING DTC & RETAIL OUTLET ) & PNG SEGMENT

Project No. P.011489 Document No. P.011489 R11050 001 IGL Tender No. IGL/ND/C&P/EC14876

No. P.011489 R11050 001 IGL Tender No. IGL/ND/C&P/EC14876 INDRAPRASTHA GAS LIMITED (IGL), NEW DELHI NEW DELHI

INDRAPRASTHA GAS LIMITED (IGL), NEW DELHI NEW DELHI | INDIA

No. P.011489 R11050 001 IGL Tender No. IGL/ND/C&P/EC14876 INDRAPRASTHA GAS LIMITED (IGL), NEW DELHI NEW DELHI

PUBLIC

19 June 2018

TECHNICAL DOCUMENTATION

Technical, Vol II of II, Rev. 0

 
  MAIN TABLE OF CONTENTS SCADA IMPLEMENTATION AT CNG STATION (INCLUDING DTC & RETAIL OUTLET) &

MAIN TABLE OF CONTENTS SCADA IMPLEMENTATION AT CNG STATION (INCLUDING DTC & RETAIL OUTLET) & PNG SEGMENT

P.011489

S.No.

Description

Document / Drawing No.

Rev. No.

Pages

Page Nos.

A

VOLUME I OF II (COMMERCIAL)

       

B

VOLUME II OF II

       

B.1

Material Requisition

P.011489-I-11071-01

0

6

 

B.2

Special Instruction to Contractor

P.011489-I-11078-01

0

5

 

B.3

Scope of Work

P.011489-I-11075-01

0

9

 

B.4

SCADA operation Philosophy

P.011489-I-11075-01

0

3

 

B.5

PTS- SCADA and RTU System with Annexures

P.011489-I-11097-01

0

34

 
 

Annexure -I- Source of Supply (SOS)

P.011489-I-11097-01

 

22

 
 

Annexure -II -Power Consumption Requirement (PCR)

P.011489-I-11097-01

 

2

 
 

Annexure-III- Typical I/O Counts details for RU system

P.011489-I-11097-01

 

5

 
 

Annexure-IV- List of Equipment at CNG station

P.011489-I-11097-01

 

2

 
 

Annexure-V- Total Phase station

P.011489-I-11097-01

 

29

 
 

Annexure-VI -Existing PLC detail

P.011489-I-11097-01

 

1

 

B.6

PTS- Instrument Cables

P.011489-I-11097-02

0

6

 

B.7

Recommended Vendor List

P.011489-I-11073-01

0

3

 

B.8

RTU interface Drawing

P.011489-I-21003

0

1

 

B.9

SCADA System Architecture

P.011489-I-21009

0

2

 

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P.011489 I-11071 01 MATERIAL REQUISITION A. DESCRIPTION OF GOODS AND/OR SERVICES Item Description Quantity/ Unit

MATERIAL REQUISITION

A. DESCRIPTION OF GOODS AND/OR SERVICES

Item

Description

Quantity/

Unit Rate

Total

 

Unit

A

SUPPLY

     

1.

Supply of SCADA system as per PTS- SCADA and RTU system and Annexure-1 at Master station

     
 

SCADA system with servers, all the required hardware,

     

a

clients, application software, all required software, OPC (UA) server with 4 clients.

2

Nos.

 

Archiving server with 3-year storage capacity all required software and hardware. (Note: server size given in tender

     

b.

specification is tentative. Bidder shall ascertain the size as per the requirement of storage capacity and functionality. Bidder shall consider given size as minimum requirement)

1

Nos.

 

Web server with 21” monitor, keyboard and mouse, unlimited

     

c.

license with 30 concurrence users with auto refresh along with all the required Software (SMS, Email, Mobile Apps)

1

Nos

d.

21” Monitor with key board and mouse.

1

Nos.

   

e.

KVM switch min 8 port

1

Nos.

   

f.

Server cabinet with complete internal wiring for mounting servers, KVM switch, LAN switch, Router and server monitor with mouse and keypad etc.

1

Nos.

   

g.

Wall Mounter Power distribution box

1

No

   

h.

Engineering work station with 21” monitor, key board, mouse and all license software and hardware

1

Nos

   

i.

Operator work station with 21” monitor, key board, mouse and all license software and hardware

2

Nos

   

j.

Min 24 Port LAN switch

2

Nos

   

k.

Min 10 Ports Router

1

Nos

   

l.

GPS with digital clock , cable and antenna

1

Nos

   

m.

LAN /Ethernet cables

LS

   

n.

PDT(Laptop) loaded with OS, Microsoft office, Application software, Antivirus etc

1

Nos

   

o.

A4 size Printer

1Nos

   

p.

Fire wall security system with dedicated ports for SCADA server, web server, achieve server etc

1

Nos

   

2

RTU along with cabinet, internal wiring as per PTS- SCADA and RTU & Annexure-1

     

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P.011489 I-11071 01 MATERIAL REQUISITION Item Description Quantity/ Unit Rate Total   Unit a

MATERIAL REQUISITION

Item

Description

Quantity/

Unit Rate

Total

 

Unit

a

Cat 1 – RTU, Dual SIM 3G/4G & Ethernet port (for MPLS connectivity) Router/modem and LAN switch (min 8 port)

293

Nos

   

b

Cat 2 - – RTU, Dual SIM 3G/4G & Ethernet port (for MPLS connectivity) Router/modem and LAN switch (min 8 port)

78

Nos

   

c

Cat 3 - – RTU, Dual SIM 3G/4G & Ethernet port (for MPLS connectivity) Router/modem and LAN switch (min 8 port)

18

Nos

   

Note

All above given quantities are tentative and may vary as per site & functionality requirement. Bidder is also required to ascertain the equipment & quantity those are not mentioned herein but require according to functionality and their standard practices/ system. No extra claim will be entertained after award.

B

ERECTION/ SERVICES

     

1

Erection, Installation, testing, FAT, SAT, commissioning of SCADA system as per scope of work.

LS

   

2.

Erection, Installation, testing, FAT, SAT, commissioning of RTU system as per scope of work

389

Nos

   

3.

Supply and laying of Signals cable including, termination, glanding, ferruling, tagging, lugging including supply of consumables as per scope of work.

LS

   

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P.011489 I-11071 01 MATERIAL REQUISITION B. REMARKS / COMMENTS 1.0 GENERAL NOTES   VENDOR's compliance

MATERIAL REQUISITION

B. REMARKS / COMMENTS

1.0

GENERAL NOTES

 

VENDOR's compliance

 

Vendor shall submit his bid in full compliance with the requirements of this MR and attachments.

 

Vendor must include the following statement in his bid:

 

We

certify

that

our

bid

is

fully

complying

with

your

enquiry

dated……………,

and

referenced………………….

 

Compliance with this material requisition in any instance shall not relieve the Vendor of his responsibility to meet the specified performance.

2.0

COMPLIANCE WITH SPECIFICATION

 

The VENDOR shall be completely responsible for the design, materials, fabrication, testing, inspection, preparation for shipment and transport of the item strictly in accordance with the Material Requisition and all attachments thereto.

3.0

VENDOR'S SCOPE

 

Vendor's scope of work includes all the items with its internals and accessories as shown on the data sheets, specifications and all unmentioned parts necessary for a satisfactory operation.

4.0

INSPECTION

 

Vendor shall appoint anyone of the following TPIA for inspection purpose.

a) Lloyd Register of Industrial Services

b) TUV NORD

c) DNV-GL

d) Bureau Veritas (BV)

e) SGS

f) American Bureau Services (ABS).

g) Applus Velosi

Apart from inspection by TPIA, inspection shall also be performed by Owner and / or Owner authorised representative.

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P.011489 I-11071 01 MATERIAL REQUISITION 5.0 APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS General prescriptions, requirements and

MATERIAL REQUISITION

5.0

APPLICABLE DOCUMENTS

General prescriptions, requirements and information are listed in annex C of this Material Requisition.

6.0

VENDOR'S DOCUMENTS

Vendor shall submit the documentation as listed under point D of this Material Requisition. All documents shall be submitted in English language.

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P.011489 I-11071 01 MATERIAL REQUISITION C. LIST OF ATTACHMENTS The table herebelow lists the documents which

MATERIAL REQUISITION

C. LIST OF ATTACHMENTS

The table herebelow lists the documents which are integral part of

 

this Material

 

Material Requisition revision

 

Requisition. The applicable revision index of each document is

 

mentioned in the column below the current Material Requisition

revision index.

When the Material Requisition revision index is “A” or “1”, all

               

listed documents are attached. For other Material Requisition

0

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

revision index, only modified or new documents are attached.

 

Documents

 

Revision of documents

 

1.

Volume I of II – Commercial

               

2.

Volume II of II – Technical

               

2.1

Material Requisition

 

1

           

2.2

Special Instruction to contractor

0

             

2.3

Scope of work

   

2

         

2.4

SCADA Philosophy

     

3

       

2.5

PTS – SCADA and RTU Annexure I – Source of supply Annexure II- Power consumption requirement Annexure III - IO Count for RTU Annexure IV - List of Equipment Annexure V – Total Phase stations

       

4

     

2.6

PTS – Instruments Cables

 

1

           

2.7

Recommended Vender List

 

1

           

2.8

SCADA system architecture

   

2

         

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P.011489 I-11071 01 MATERIAL REQUISITION D. DOCUMENTS & DATA REQUIREMENTS The table hereunder specifies the

MATERIAL REQUISITION

D. DOCUMENTS & DATA REQUIREMENTS

The table hereunder specifies the quantities and the nature of the documents to be submitted by the CONTRACTOR to

the ENGINEER.

The documents required at the inquiry stage and to be included in the bid are listed under column A.

The documents required after award of the AGREEMENT and subject to the written approval of the ENGINEER are

listed under column B.

The final and certified documents are listed under column C.

Any document, even when preliminary, shall be binding and therefore duly identified and signed by the CONTRACTOR.

THE DOCUMENTS ARE FULLY PART OF THE SUPPLY WHICH SHALL BE COMPLETE ONLY IF AND WHEN

THE DOCUMENTS COMPLYING FULLY WITH THE MATERIAL REQUISITION REQUIREMENTS ARE

RECEIVED BY THE ENGINEER.

 

A

 

B

 

C

 

Documents and Data

       

Number

 
 

Number

of copies

Number

of copies

Required

date

of

copies

Required

date

Field instruments documentation: Cable schedule, JB wiring & Termination details, loop drawings, Instrument index, Hook up drawings, Sizing Calculation etc

-

3

2

weeks

4

2

Weeks

Bill of Material/list of all the equipment with make and model number

3

3

2

weeks

4

2

Weeks

Specification for RTU & SCADA System with catalogue, SCADA Control room GA drawing, RTU cabinet GA drawing, wiring & Termination details, IO allocation details, FDS, system architecture FAT, SAT documents.

-

3

2

weeks

4

2

Weeks

SCADA

and

RTU

system-

Annexure

1-SOS

and

3

3

2

weeks

4

2

Weeks

Annexure II-PCR

     

Specification for Telecom System modem with catalogue, VPN, band width calculation, fire wall security.

-

3

2

weeks

4

2

Weeks

List of all Bought out Items with supplier’s Name, Model No etc.

3

-

-

-

2

Weeks

NOTES

1)

Durations in column B (Required date) are weeks after LOA date or as indicated in table

2)

Durations in column C (Required date) are weeks before final despatch.

3)

Final technical document file shall be supplied in hard copy as indicated and in electronic format

(pdf Acrobat files) on six (6 Nos.) CD-ROMs.

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INDRAPRASTHA GAS LIMITED (IGL)

SCADA IMPLEMENTATION AT CNG STATION (INCLUDING DTC & RETAIL OUTLET) & PNG SEGMENT

TRACTEBEL ENGINEERING PVT. LTD.

PARTCULAR TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION SPECIAL INSTRUCTION TO CONTRACTOR

0

19.06.2018

Issued for procurement

MA

SHD

BK

Rev.

Date

Subject of revision

Author

Checked

Approved

PTS - SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS TO CONTRACTOR P.011489 I-11078 01 TABLE OF CONTENTS 1.0 GENERAL 1

PTS - SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS TO CONTRACTOR

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

1.0

GENERAL

1

2.0

DEFINITIONS

1

3.0

APPLICABLE CODES & STANDARDS

2

4.0

STATUTORY APPROVALS / CERTIFICATES (AFTER GETTING ORDER)

4

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PTS - SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS TO CONTRACTOR P.011489 I-11078 01 1.0 GENERAL 1.1 Bidder shall submit

PTS - SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS TO CONTRACTOR

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1.0

GENERAL

1.1

Bidder shall submit their offer in a well-documented manner with all required documents as listed in “Material Requisition” (but not limited to) of this tender document.

1.2

The language of bidder’s offer including catalogue, technical literature or any other documents or any software shall be English language only. This shall be applicable for bought out items also.

1.3

Scope of the bidder shall be as per the PTS- Scope of Work. Any other activities not specifically mentioned /covered in the tender documents but otherwise required for satisfactory completion /safety of work has to be carried out by the contractor within specified schedule at no extra cost to CLIENT.

1.4

Bidder shall strictly follow the Recommended Vender List attached with the tender document for various items.

2.0

DEFINITIONS

Subject to the requirements of the context, the terms (hereafter listed in alphabetical order) used in this specification are given the following meaning:

AGREEMENT Designates the agreement concluded between the CLIENT and the CONTRACTOR, under which the latter undertakes to the former the GOODS and/or SERVICES according to the stipulations which are agreed and specified in the form of an order.

CLIENT

Designates the purchaser of the GOODS and/or SERVICES which are the subject of the AGREEMENT.

CONTRACTOR Designates the individual or legal entity with whom the order has been concluded by the CLIENT. The term "CONTRACTOR" may be used indifferently for a supplier, a manufacturer, an erection contractor, etc.

DAYS - WEEKS – MONTHS

Specify the number of calendar days, weeks or months and not of working days, weeks or months.

ENGINEER

Designates the individual or legal entity to which the CLIENT has entrusted various tasks in relation with the carrying out of his PROJECT

GOODS and/or SERVICES Designate, depending on the case, all or part of the drawings or documents, substances, materials, materiel, equipment, structures, plant, tools, machinery to be studied, designed, manufactured, supplied, erected, built, assembled, adapted, arranged or put into service by the CONTRACTOR under the AGREEMENT, including all the studies, tasks, works and services specified by the order. The Terms GOODS or SERVICES may by indifferently used one for the other as required by the context.

PROJECT

Designates the aggregate of GOODS and/or SERVICES to be provided by one or more CONTRACTORS.

2.1

REVIEW AND/OR APPROVAL

Whenever CLIENT and/or ENGINEER review and/or approval is requested on a document to be submitted by the CONTRACTOR, or before an action is implemented by the CONTRACTOR, such review and/or

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approval shall always be requested in writing by the CONTRACTOR to the CLIENT and/or the ENGINEER, before any action subject of this review and/or approval is taken.

CLIENT and/or ENGINEER approval shall always be given in writing.

3.0 APPLICABLE CODES & STANDARDS

The following Indian/ international or relevant codes and standards shall be used for designing the system. In all cases, latest revisions with amendments, if any, to be followed Apart from the specific codes mentioned herein, all other relevant and related codes concerning the specific job under consideration and/or referred to in these codes and technical specifications will be followed wherever applicable. All codes will be of the latest revision as on the date of issuing the tender/ bid document.

In the event of any conflict between this specification, related standards and codes, any other attachment to this tender, the Contractor shall refer the matter to CLIENT’S/CLIENT’ REPRESENTATIVE for clarification and only after obtaining the confirmation on the same, should proceed with the manufacture/ supply / engineering of the item in question. The decision of the CLIENT’S/CLIENT’ REPRESENTATIVE shall be binding on the Contractor.

CONTRACTOR shall seek COMPANY's final interpretation of any conflicts prior to the execution of work. Rework of engineering and relevant scope arising out of underestimation shall be done at no additional cost to the COMPANY.

Sr.

 

Codes

 

Description

No

 

1

OISD-STD-226

 

Natural Gas Transmission Pipelines and City Gas Distribution Networks.

2

ANSI/ISA S 51.1

 

Process Instrumentation Terminology.

3

ISA 5.4

 

Instruments Loop diagrams.

4

IEC

60529

/

IS

2147

/

Specification for Weather Proof Enclosure.

NEMA

 

5

IEC 60079/IS 2148

 

Specification for Flame Proof Enclosure

6

IEC 61000

 

Electromagnetic Compatibility for Industrial Process Measurement and Control equipments.

7

IEC 60801

 

EMI and RF interference

8

IS-1554 Part 1

 

PVC insulated (heavy duty) electric cables- working voltage up to and including 1100V.

9

BS-5308 Part 1, Type 2

 

Specification for PVC insulated cables.

10

IS 8130

 

Conductors of insulated cables

11

IS 5831

 

Specification for PVC insulation and sheath of insulated cables.

12

IS-3975

 

Mild steel wires, formed wires and tapes for armoring of cables.

13

ASTM D 2843

 

Test method for Max smoke density for cable

14

ASTM D 2863

 

Test method for measuring of Temp and O2 Index.

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Sr.

Codes

Description

No

15

IEC 60754

Acid generation test

16

IEC-332-3 Part 3

Tests on bunched wires and cables.

17

BS 6121, EN 50262

Cable gland – flame proof Exd or Exe increase safety.

18

DIN- 50049

Document on Material Testing.

19

ASME PTC 19.3

Temperature Measurement- calculation of natural frequency.

20

IEC 751 / DIN 43760

RTD

21

IEC 584/DIN 43710 / ANSI MC 96.1

Thermocouple

22

ISO 5167

Measurement of fluid flow by means of orifice plates, Nozzles and Venturi tube inserted in filled piping circular profile.

23

ASME B 16.36

Orifice flange with flange pressure tap.

24

ASME B16.5

Pipe line flanges and flanged fittings

25

API-RP-520

Sizing and selection of safety relief valves.

26

IS 3624 / BS EN 837

Pressure gauge

27

AGA 3

Orifice flow measurement

28

AGA 9

Ultrasonic flow measurement

29

AGA 8

Compressibility factor of natural gas.

30

AGA 10

Calculation of Speed of sound in Natural gas

31

API Spec 6A

Valve design methodology

32

API 6D

Petroleum and natural gas valve

33

ISA 75.01

Flow equation for sizing of control valve

34

ISA 75.02

Testing of CV rating, control valve capacity test

35

ISA 75.05

Control valve terminology

36

ISA 71.07

Laboratory measurement of aerodynamic noise generated by control valves.

37

FCI 70.2/ANSI B 16.104

Control valve seat leakage.

38

ASME/ANSI B 16.34

Valves-Flanged, Threaded and welding end.

39

IEEE 802

The LAN standards.

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Sr.

Codes

 

Description

 

No

 

40

IEC-60870-5-104/ DNP 3 (TCP/IP)

SCADA Communication protocol

 

41

IEC 61131

RTU, remote terminal unit

 

42

IEC 60870-5-101

Modbus serial RS232/Rs485

 

43

ISA 5.3-1983

Graphic Symbols for Distributed Control/Shared Display Instrumentation, Logic, and Computer Systems.

44

ISA-5.5-1985

Graphic Symbols for Process Displays

 

45

TIA/EIA 58

Communication standard

 

46

ISA 71.04

Environmental Conditions for Process Measurement and Control Systems: Airborne Contaminants,"

47

IEC-27001/IEC 62443

Cyber

security

Industrial

Automation

and

Control

Systems

(IACS)

All equipment and materials shall be in accordance with the relevant latest national / international standards such as the recommendations of: -

ISO (International Standards Organisation)

IS (Indian Standards).

IEC (International Electro Technical Commission).

ASTM (American Society for Testing Materials).

EIA (Electronics Industry Association).

BIS (Bureau of Indian Standards).

IEEE (International Electrical and Electronics Engineers).

CCE (Chief Controller of Explosives, Nagpur).

BASEEFA/ PTB/NEC/EN/FM/CENELAC for hazardous area application.

4.0

STATUTORY APPROVALS / CERTIFICATES (AFTER GETTING ORDER)

4.1

The bidder shall be responsible for obtaining all statutory approvals, as applicable for all instruments and instrumentation systems.

4.2

Equipment / instrument / systems located in electrically hazardous areas shall be certified for use by statutory authorities for their use in the area of their installation. In general, following certification shall be provided by the bidder.

i) For all flameproof equipment / instrument / systems, which are manufactured abroad (outside India) certification by any approving authority like BASEFA, FM, UL, PTB, LCIE, CENELEC etc. shall be required.

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ii) For all flameproof equipment / instrument / systems manufactured locally (within India), certification shall be carried out by any of the approved testing houses – Central Mining Research Institute (CMRI) etc. The manufacturer shall hold a valid Bureau of Indian Standards (BIS) license.

Approval certificate from Chief Controller of Explosives (CCE) or Petroleum and Explosive Safety organisation (PESO) is mandatory for all electronic / electrical instruments / equipments to be installed in India, irrespective of country of origin.

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P.011489 I-11075 01 SCOPE OF WORK INDRAPRASTHA GAS LIMITED (IGL) SCADA IMPLEMENTATION AT CNG STATION

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SCOPE OF WORK

INDRAPRASTHA GAS LIMITED (IGL)

SCADA IMPLEMENTATION AT CNG STATION (INCLUDING DTC & RETAIL OUTLET) & PNG SEGMENT

TRACTEBEL ENGINEERING PVT. LTD.

SCOPE OF WORK

RERT

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SCOPE OF WORK

TABLE OF CONTENTS

1.0

INTRODUCTION

1

2.0

PROJECT BRIEF

1

3.0

SCOPE OF WORK

1

4.0

GENERAL TECHNICAL

REQUIREMENTS

6

5.0

QUALITY ASSURANCE AND QUALITY CONTROL

9

6.0

HSE REQUIREMENTS

9

P.011489 I-11075 01 SCOPE OF WORK 1.0 INTRODUCTION 1.1 This document details the scope of

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SCOPE OF WORK

1.0

INTRODUCTION

1.1

This document details the scope of work to be carried out by Contractor for this Project of M/s IGL.

2.0

PROJECT BRIEF

2.1

This Project is all about to build a SCADA and Remote terminal unit for collection of important data and control & monitoring from master station of CNG station and its ancillaries across the Delhi , NCR & NCT of Delhi, Rewari City & Karnal City.

2.2

This project is divided into three phases and will be executed in phase wise. Scope of work is covered about all the phases. For total number of stations and equipment covered in phase I refer “Annexure IV. This list is indicative only, further details such as number of CNG compressor, dispensers, metering skid etc. at each CNG station will be shared with successful bidder.

2.3

Phase I comprise of :

Fully equipped SCADA system which cater the capacity of all the upcoming phases and future expandable capability with scalability in terms of tags and license, as per PTS – SCADA and RTU system.

Each CNG station shall be equipped with RTU. Existing equipment and sub system shall be interfaced with RTU. For details refer PTS- SCADA and RTU system, Input Output list and List of equipment.

3.0

SCOPE OF WORK

The contractor’s scope of work shall include but not limited to the following:

3.1

Contractor shall read this document in conjunction with material requisition and Particular specification.

3.2

Scope of work shall comprise of System Design, Detail Engineering, Procurement of Materials, manufacturing or fabrication, Supply, Installation, Inspection & Factory Acceptance Testing (total Equipment & System Integration) & Testing of system, Packaging, forwarding, Insurance, Shipping related all formalities, Inland Transportation to site, and Supply of all related goods including Mandatory, Commissioning consumables spares, operational spares, Loading & Unloading, Handling, Storage & Safe custody, Supply of all type of Erection Items, Erection, site engineering, Pre-Commissioning activity, Testing, Interconnection and interfacing interface with Large Display Screens and Third Party leased line or MPLS available Networks, Trial Run, Commissioning, Training, support and Warranty Including any civil works etc.

3.3

SCADA vendor shall supply, install, integrate, configure and commission all software and hardware equipment like RTU, Servers, Switches Routers, firewalls, installation materials computers, Operators consoles with controller and panels and workstation, printers laptop etc customized to IGL requirements and minimum specifications shall be complied refer [Refer PTS- SCADA &RTU system for details].

3.4

Owner reserves the right to increase or decrease the scope of work ± 50% of tender quantities on same rate, terms & conditions, during the period of contract including AMC period.

3.5

Vendor shall integrate and configure any upcoming and /or additional or left out or upgraded equipment that will be installed and /or available at existing CNG stations (mentioned in Contract / Purchase Order) and upcoming CNG stations in station RTU and SCADA system without any cost to client within contract period including AMC period.

3.6

Vendor shall integrate their SCADA System with any other SCADA system in IGL/ SAP applications/ Business Analytic Tool/ or any other upcoming Applications without any extra cost to client during their contract period including AMC period.

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Vendor shall integrate other make of RTUs/PLCs or any other equipment (limited upto 300 Nos) from any of IGL Sites (or Locations), having compatibility with their SCADA protocol in to their SCADA system without any extra cost to client within their contract period including AMC period.

3.8

Vendor shall upgrade all the supplied software including SCADA system for the next 10 years, without any cost to client.

3.9

Contractor shall collect all the necessary drawings , document and information require for interfacing for those equipment which are not in contractor’s scope of supply from Client

3.10

Contractor shall carry all the required Tools and Tackles require for installation, erection , testing and commissioning of SCADA and RTU. Quantities of all the tools and tackles shall be adequate as per the quantum to work. These qualities may require to enhance as and when required by Client to achieve the project schedule or to expedite the progress.

3.11

Contractor shall also carry all the calibration equipment/ testing equipment like multi-meter, hand held calibrator /4-20mA simulator, MODBUS Simulator, Profibus / Profinet Simulator etc.

3.12

Interconnection & interfacing of signals and communication cables, cabling, laying, terminations, ferruling, cable numbering, marking, testing including hot & cold loop testing. Cable shall be laid in cable tray.

Between Junction box to RTU cabinet – Multi-pair cable 6P x 0.5mm² (IS &OS) for Analog/Modbus serial RS 485 and 6P x 0.5mm² (OS) for digital. Tentative aerial distance between JB and RTU is 15 mtrs.

Between RTU to router/Switch /modem- Ethernet cable - As applicable.

Between LAN switches, Router SCADA system and Telecom system-Ethernet cable – As applicable

Note – Size and Type of cable as given above is indicative. Contractor shall choose the cable size and type according to need bases to reduce the number of runs but cable size and type shall be according to PTS- Instrument cables only. No extra claim will be entertained at any stage of project.

3.13

Required masonry works for installation of consoles/servers/PCs/RTU systems etc. shall be in contractor’s scope of supply.

3.14

The contractor to submit the proposed site organization to be set up for the execution of the work. It is understood that this will be augmented from time to time depending upon requirement for timely completion of work as directed by CLIENT project manager/site in charge. A chart showing the manpower allocation and deployment to this job with specific job allocations shall be submitted by the contractors to CLIENT. The contractor shall take prior approval from CLIENT/ for any change in allocation and deployment.

3.15

Drinking water, construction water, lodging, boarding, transportation for all workers shall be arranged by contractor at their cost.

3.16

The contractor shall engage sufficient number of workforce skilled/semiskilled along with experienced and competent supervisors and engineers to ensure quality of work and also for smooth and uninterrupted progress of the works under this work order. The contractor shall arrange at its own cost the necessary consumables, accessories, equipment, tools & tackles required for execution of the job under this work order/contract. The contractor shall also arrange transportation, lodging, boarding of its personnel deployed for executions of the work at site.

3.17

Contractor to plan and execute their work in a phased manner as directed by Client/PMC and from time to time and fully co-operate with other agencies working at site simultaneously so as not to obstruct or retard the work being executed simultaneously by other agencies.

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3.19 Labor license has to be taken by contractor; Form-V shall be issued by CLIENT. Any other local statutory liasoning shall be in contractor scope.

3.20 Contractor shall prepare, maintain and submit inspection reports, erection/installation progress reports, material log etc. as decided by Client.

3.21 Daily/Weekly/Monthly progress report, Documentation like procedure preparation and approval, furnish of inspection reports, handing over the documents after completion of project etc shall be done by contractor at their cost.

3.22 Contractor shall submit all test reports like Calibration reports, cable Megger Report, loop checking report, material reconciliation report. Contractor shall also collect the Manufacture test certificate, Inspection reports, Equipment drawing, wiring received along with equipment/packages and submit the same to Client.

3.23 Fabrication and installation of MS base frames, supports for Panels/cabinet, console/panel/ cabinet supports, pipes, plates etc. including welding, bolting, riveting, supply of necessary anchor bolts, grouting etc., supply of paint and applying one coat of anti-rust primer and two finished coats of approved synthetic enamel paint, breaking walls, floors etc. for structures as required and supply of all GI hardware materials as required

3.24 Contractor to supply the material as per recommended vendor list. If any item is not covered under approved vendor list, contractor shall take written approval of CLIENT before supply of material.

3.25 Necessary documentation for Gate Passes and Work Permit for man power and removal/shifting/Installation/Commissioning/or any project work will be in Vendor’s scope.

3.26 Unloading of material/equipment related received at site shall be in the scope of contractor. Bidder shall depute requisite manpower to unload project material received on site. In addition to this bidder shall be responsible to transport the project material from IGL store to site or site to site, if needed.

3.27 Inspection of received material by unpacking/opening boxes at site including spares & material to be received at site in presence of Client/Engineer in charge/OEM.

3.28 Contractor shall store/shift the packing material at designated location decided by Client. Assistance in temporary preservation of equipment.

3.29 Permission for late hours working and working on Saturday/Sunday and Holidays

3.30 Contractor shall follow Quality and Safety requirement during construction phases of the Project.

3.31 Contractor shall follow permit to work system of CLIENT. All activities shall be in line with CLIENT’s HSE policy, contractor shall conduct tool box talks, safety review meetings, promotional activities, awareness programs etc., machinery and equipment shall meet with HSE requirements, contractor has to provide warning sign boards, cordoning of working area, PPE to workers. Contractor to comply observations raised by any inspection agency/Client internal audit.

3.32 Any special training for height work, electrical/mechanical safety, Scaffolding work, special toolbox, etc., for workers, promotional programs, motivational programs etc., shall be in scope of contractor.

3.33 Contractor shall be responsible for safety and security of material/equipment.

3.34 Correction, updating and submission of all drawings/layouts/documents. Contractor shall submit marked up drawings for final as built.

3.35 Scope matrix

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Equipment/Packages

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Free

Issue

Item/IGL

No

Scope

1

SCADA System

 

Supply, installation, testing, integrated

FAT

system,

with

telecom

1. Master

room, console/furniture, chair.

control

 

commissioning,

test

run,

SAT

and

handover to Client

as

per

PTS

2. Uninterrupted

power

SCADA and

RTU

system

and

supply from

feeder

to

“Material Requisition”

SCADA

vendor

 

supplied PDB.

2

Remote terminal Unit

Supply, erection, installation, testing,

1. Station Control room/mounting space at CNG station,

integrated

FAT

with

SCADA

&

telecom,

interfacing

with

existing

packages

at

CNG

station,

 

commissioning,

test

run,

SAT

and

2. uninterrupted power supply upto RTU,

handover

to

Client

as

per

PTS

SCADA

and

RTU

system

and

 

“Material Requisition”.

3. Profibus (MPI/PPI) and Profinet(Ethernet) protocol is available in CNG Compressors.

4. MODBUS RS485 available for CNG Compressors, Dispenser, Flowmeters, Flow computers and VFD's, Soft starters etc.

Erection, installation of RTU inside the station control room including supply of all the required erection materials and civil works.

SCADA Vendor shall ensure that RTU shall be compatible with profibus and profinet protocols and have RS485 ports as per Annexure III.

5. Providing

the

all

required

information

regarding

communication

ports

address, slave ID, baud

rate,

parity

etc

to

SCADA vendor.

3

Telecommunication

Supply, installation, of dual SIM modem and MPLS (two independent ports for SIM i.e GPRS and one dedicated port for MPLS) , testing and interfacing with RTU and SCADA system, co-ordination with service provider, establish communication, test run, SAT and handover to Client as per PTS – SCADA and RTU system and “Material Requisition”.

Calculation of bandwidth requirement at remote station and master station shall be submitted by vendor.

1. Supply of SIM cards from service providers

Modem

Uninterrupted

2. power

supply.

3. Two broad band/MPLS connections at Master station

4. MPLS (Wired/Wireless) 2G/3G/4G Connectivity at IGL sites.

4

Cables

(Single

cable,

Cable laying, glanding, termination (from existing JB to RTU), ferruling,

Supply and cable laying of communication and signal

cable,

communication

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cable, LAN cable, RS- 232/485 cables, OFC etc.)

lugging, tagging, clamping, marking etc. Scope includes supply of cable tag, Cable ferrule, clamps and all the required items to complete the laying works. Cable laying from as per above clause 3.12

cables from CNG station equipment and field instruments to Junction box, including loop testing, multi dropping etc. Providing terminal details to SCADA vendor

SCADA

&

Telecom

communication

cable (Ethernet)

Multidrop

loop

testing

 

equipment

wise

on

LAN cable for work stations. For LAN cable, contractor shall supply conduit of proper size and lay cable inside the conduit.

simulator

software

at

junction

box

end

in

presence

of

SCADA

vendor

 

Supply and laying of profibus cable, Profinet cable, CAT 6 cable from CNG compressor to RTU

5

Earthing pit

Provision for earth connection (IE and PE) in system

Earthing pit (IE and PE) and laying of earthing strip and connectivity upto SCADA and RTU system.

6

Additional station / Upcoming station/ Any IGL site (Refer clause 3.5 to 3.7)

Integration and configuration of third party/Vendors devices i.e. RTU/PLC FC etc in SCADA system.

Third

party device

RTU/PLC/FC

with

compatible

protocol,

In case IGL wish to get install vendor’s proposed RTU system at any IGL site then the supply, installation, commissioning of RTU system shall be done on same rates during the period of contract including AMC period.

telecommunication system including modem, modbus

 

address etc.

Part B

   

Scope

 

Sr.

Item Description

Contractor

Client

Remarks

No.

1

Unloading the material/equipments received from vendors to site, shifting of equipments/material from store to installation location or site to site

YES

   

3

Staff and labor transportation

YES

   

4

Labor accommodation.

YES

   
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Labor license.

YES

 

6

Wooden sleeper as required.

YES

 

7

Office container as require

YES

 

8

Required material for preparation of platform

YES

 

9

Obtaining statutory approval (if any) for system of project.

YES

 

10

Preparation Job Planning and schedule and DPR

YES

As per approval by Client

11

All statutory compliance

YES

 

12

Paid all government duties & taxes applicable for contractor

YES

 

13

Scaffolding material and installation as require

YES

As per

requirement.

14

welding machines

YES

As per

requirement.

15

Documentation like procedure preparation, work schedule, calibration reports, inspection report, progress report, termination details etc.

YES

Approved by

PMC/CLIENT

16

Temporary Illumination at work site

YES

 

4.0

GENERAL TECHNICAL REQUIREMENTS

4.1

General site equipment shall be suitable for operation under the following site conditions.

Sand & dust

:

With a built-up of dust on operational surface to a level such as may occur because of imperfections in the sealing of equipment, housing and conditions prevailing in sub- tropical dust conditions.

Tropicalisation

:

The equipment shall be fully tropicalized.

Shock & vibration

:

The equipment shall withstand transportation and handling by air, sea and road under packed conditions.

4.2

The equipment shall also be resistant to termite, fungus, rodents and salty environment. Environmental Specification of Equipment to be supplied.

4.3

The equipment at Stations shall be designed for non-air conditioned environment and shall perform satisfactorily under the following conditions.

Activity

TEMPERATURE

HUMIDITY

Design for

02 to 60°C

90% RH

Storage & transportation

02 to 60°C

90% RH

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All the control rooms wherever available are classified as Safe Areas.

All the fields wherever available are classified as Hazardous area.

4.5 Power supply, Reliable and rugged redundant 24V dc power supply unit shall be provided.

4.6 Surge Protection, Transient Suppressors, RFI filters

Equipments shall be designed with built-in safety to protect against the effects of monitor induced high

voltages.

4.7 Earthing

Transmitters, Junction box and control cabinets shall be provided with earthing lugs. All these lugs/ strips shall be properly secured to the electrical earthing bus.

All system grounds of various cards and equipment, shields of instrument cables shall be connected to system ground bus, which is electrically isolated from the AC mains earthing bus. The equipment shall provide separate earthing strip for the same. The system ground bus shall be connected to independent ground buses through insulated wires.

The wire and cable shielding is required to prevent the equipment from propagating interference and to protect the equipment from the effect of interference propagated by other devices. Shielding is typically floating on the device end, tied to IE at the control console.

a) System grounding (earth resistance less than 1 ohm)

b) Frame and AC mains grounding (earth resistance less than 5 ohms)

Accordingly, the equipments shall provide separate earthing strips as mentioned above.

a. Instrument earth(IE)/system ground

IE earth shall be copper earth. IE ground protects sensitive electrical and electronic device, circuit and wiring from electromagnetic interference (EMI) and radio frequency interference (RFI). IE should be free from transient voltages and electromagnetic noise. It is, therefore, normally isolated from PE ground. Instrument earth should be tied in the most direct possible path to a common earth electrode.

IE grounds resistance is less than 1 ohm to ground

b. Power Earth (PE)/AC mains grounding

PE ground provides a route to dissipate the power line transient to earth potential. PE should be tied in the most direct possible path to a common earth electrode

PE grounds resistance is less than 5 ohm to ground

4.8 Safety Requirements

It is the intent of the CLIENT that operational hazards be reduced to a minimum. Contractor shall use sound engineering judgment to complete installation that will perform the required function without compromise of safety.

All controls shall operate in a fail-safe mode.

will do when it fails, so as to ensure a safe condition.

A fail-safe mode defines what a plant, equipment or system

Provision shall be made to isolate all 230 V AC (If any) incoming signals to a cabinet, before gaining access to cabinet internals. Shrouded terminals with warning labels shall be provided, with these terminals being segregated from other incoming terminals.

4.9 Electromagnetic Compatibility - EMC

The equipment shall be efficiently screened against EMI, RFI and conductive interference and shall not interfere with other equipment in the vicinity or installed in the same building.

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The equipment shall be required to meet one of the relevant EMC standards (IEC, MIL, VDE, BS, IEEE etc.).

4.10 All the electronic component shall be protected from airborne contaminants as per ISA 71.04 environmental conditions for process measurement and control system. For those equipment mounted in field shall be G3 compliant and control room mounted shall be G2 compliant.

4.11 Civil Works

a) Civil works required for interconnecting cabling as per scope of work.

b) Associated foundation, grouting for installation of equipment.

c) Providing and laying perforated trays etc. for point a) above.

d) Any other masonry work associated with entry and installation of equipment, painting and finishing etc.

e) Any other civil works not specifically mentioned in the tender but required as per site requirement.

4.12 Electrical Works

Electrical work associated at all the stations shall be consisting of (but not limited to):

a) All earth cable work associated with the installation of the supplied equipment.

b) Any temporary electrical works associated with the installation and commissioning of the system.

c) Testing and certification of all electrical works.

4.13 Measuring Units

The metric SI system shall be used for all documents. The following units of measurement as well as their multiples and sub-multiples, shall be used:

Flow

Gas

:

Sm 3 /h (15.556 O C; 1.01325 bar), MSCMD, Kg/Hr

Liquid

:

m 3 /h (at flowing temperature)

L/h for flow lower than 0.1 m 3 /h

Steam, condensate and mass flow: kg/h.

Pressure

Gauge pressure

: kg/cm 2 (g) and Bar (g)

Absolute pressure : kg/cm 2 (a) and Bar (a)

Differential pressure : kg/cm 2 , mm of H 2 O, mm of Hg and mill bar

Level

0 - 100 % (Process)

Temperature

Deg C

Other Measurements

Current: A or mA

Voltage: V or mV

Power: kW

Force: N

Mass: kg or t

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Time: d or h or s.

Scales and Charts

Temperature instruments shall have scales calibrated in °C.

Pressure + be 0 - 100 linear.

4.14

Cable Ties

All cable ties shall be constructed from black PVC and have a breaking load greater than 20 kg. They shall be of a self-locking style and non-slip, but shall be releasable for the addition of extra cables. Cable ties for use on trays shall fix into the tray slots (two-piece ties).

4.15

Nameplates Tags labels

The nameplates, tags and labels for identifying junction boxes, instruments, panels, cabinets, etc shall be made from engraved trifoliate.

5.0

QUALITY ASSURANCE AND QUALITY CONTROL

CONTRACTOR/ VENDOR shall be fully responsible for their Quality Assurance and associated Quality Control process.

Unless otherwise agreed by the PURCHASER, the CONTRACTOR/ VENDOR’s quality system shall meet the requirements of ISO 9001:2007 Quality System and shall be accredited by a recognized authority.

CONTRACTOR/ VENDOR are required to establish an acceptable Quality Plan, inclusive of quality manual and procedures that cover all activities of the order, in order to comply with the Quality System requirements.

CONTRACTOR/ VENDOR shall be responsible for arranging/liaising with the Third Party Inspection Agency and other agencies for design appraisal, inspection, survey and certification requirements as required by the specification/requisition.

When required, waiver and acceptance of non-conformances shall be subjected to Third Party Inspection Agency approval before COMPANY endorsement. These concession records shall be included in the Manufacturer’s Final Documentation.

6.0

HSE REQUIREMENTS

The contactor shall abide by all the safety and other rules and regulations of COMPANY site.

The contractor shall provide the Personal Protective Equipment to his operators / electricians / labor / helper / engineer etc. This personal protective equipment includes a minimum of coverall, safety glasses, safety hard hat, safety shoes, hand gloves and ear protection. The contractor will have to get these PPEs approved by COMPANY HSE Engineer.

All waste generated at company site due to the contractor’s equipment / personnel shall be cleared by the contractor and disposed of properly in accordance with company rules and local government regulations. A record of such waste disposal shall be maintained by the contractor for submission to Company whenever required.

Upon demobilization, the contractor shall ensure that the site is cleaned properly of all debris and waste. These shall be disposed of properly by the contractor in accordance with company rules and local government regulations.

Contractor shall ensure to carry out work after obtaining "WORK PERMIT" from CLIENT/COMPANY's authorized engineer.

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SCADA system at Integrated Control Centre (ICC) will comprise of Server #A (Active) & Server #B (Hot standby) and Server# C (future Hot standby refer note given below). All the RTUs at CNG station shall directly report to Active server at that moment.

1.2

The system shall have complete SCADA database including the real-time database and integrated alarm/ event management summary for overall operations management & control for the entire network.

1.3

Three Servers i.e. Server # A(Active as primary) and Server # B (standby as secondary) & Server#C (Standby as third) shall be configured in hot standby mode. Operator shall have privilege to select any one server as active and standby initially. Each SCADA server shall be fully adequate to fulfill the entire monitoring, operation and control requirements of the entire network and sizing of each server CPU such as, average Memory, disc utilization do not exceed 60% in the implemented system.

1.4

SCADA system shall run on redundant LAN configuration LAN A (Primary) and LAN B (Secondary). Both the servers shall have dedicated ports for primary LAN and secondary LAN.

1.5

Normally, Primary server shall poll all the RTUs on primary path. In case of any problem on primary path, the Primary server shall poll the RTUs on secondary path. In case of problem in both primary and secondary paths of primary server, Secondary server shall poll the RTUS on the primary path. In case of problem in primary path of secondary server, RTU shall poll on secondary path of secondary server. Therefore, in case of primary server failure, Secondary server shall Poll all the RTUs. The changeover to secondary server shall accomplish within 1 minute automatically without causing any loss of data and control without any effect on SCADA functionality. System shall inform the operator by flashing or pop of message on HMI screen about the failed system by active SCADA server/standby server.

1.6

When RTU being poll through one path, the system shall continue to obtain health status of the RTU as well as path status through the other path. On restoration of a failed path, system shall revert to the earlier preferred path for polling as described above automatically without any human intervention whatsoever or manually.

1.7

All the databases including Real time database, historic database, archive database and configuration database shall be synchronized between Primary, Secondary & third Server. The interchange of health messages between of Server shall be implemented through Local Area Network (LAN). Health status of each of the SCADA Servers, system nodes and RTUs shall be updated at both servers in real-time.

1.8

Normally secondary & third server shall be in hot redundant standby mode but incase operator or engineer decide to put in cold standby mode, it should be possible to switch over standby server in cold standby mode manually when primary is in active. Once standby server is online, the data in secondary server shall be synchronized with active server automatically.

1.9

In case any modification or creation of new points in database, it should be possible to use the standby server for database creation and same shall be updated in active server without any interruption or data loss.

1.10

The SCADA vendor shall have the option to implement the features of Alarm generation, association of the alarm priority and engineering unit conversion at the RTU level or at the SCADA host level. However, in case of RTU level, operator shall have privilege to modify or create new alarms in RTU from master station.

1.11

Operator/supervisor shall have privilege to update manually the Primary Server database such as (manual inputs, online SCADA database, alarm acknowledgements, alarm inhibit, digital controls, set-point controls etc.) to database of Secondary Server to maintain database synchronization between Primary & Secondary.

1.12

History database and archiving files between Primary Server, Secondary Server and third server shall remain synchronized to maintain database consistency.

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When the SCADA Server starts up after recovery from failure, the real time and historical SCADA database shall become identical to the active SCADA Server. The event indicating that this recovered SCADA Server has become STANDBY shall denote that SCADA databases have been synchronized.

1.14

The failed SCADA Server on recovery if it finds itself isolated from the active SCADA Server in the Local area network, it shall not become active SCADA Server automatically. Additionally the active Server, if it gets isolated from LAN (i.e. failure of both LAN connections) then it shall loss its active (primary) status and the other SCADA Server (which is connected with the network Server) shall become active Server automatically (i.e. implying that the disconnected Server from both LANs shall not become active automatically). However, when the system is started for the first time, the network connectivity shall be available and checked the SCADA Server being started first shall become active SCADA Server or by operator choice.

1.15

For user presentation, the data source for SCADA displays, reports, trends, alarms/ events etc at HMI workstations at ICC shall be from active SCADA Server. The HMI software shall operate in client-server mechanism where the HMI shall make direct database connection to the directly accessible active SCADA Server (which contains the complete SCADA database).

1.16

SCADA server # C will have all the functionality for operation as per ICC server. Server#C will be a hot standby to ICC servers. In case both the server at ICC are down i.e ICC is not available then the polling shall be done by this automatically using the above philosophy. All the OWS, EWS at ICC and RTU will get connected to this.

1.17

Server # C will be started automatically for polling the RTUs as described above. On restoration of ICC,

it

shall be possible by system engineer at ICC under suitable security password control to put cloud

SCADA server in hot standby and subsequently make ICC to take control.

1.18

Normally, server #C shall poll all the RTUs on primary path. In case of any problem on primary path, server#3 shall poll the RTUs on secondary path. In case of problem in both primary and secondary paths, System shall inform the operator by flashing or pop of message on HMI screen/Mobile/SMS/Email about the failur of cloud system.

1.19

During standby mode of server #C, it should be possible for user to access the data with remote desktop or on mobile in case of cloud. this should get synchronized with master server always. It shall also be possible for authorized personnel of IGL to change dispenser price, same shall be updated in master server even though cloud is in standby mode.

NOTE – At present, SCADA Server # C is not required. Server #C, may be cloud server of or physical server at any different seismic location. Proposed SCADA system shall be compatible to above philosophy and any make or services provider cloud system. Client is intended to implement third server during any stage of project. Therefore, bidder is required to give their compliance to above functionality.

2.0

RTU PHILOSOPHY

All the RTUS shall have two Ethernet communication for primary and secondary LAN, port A and Port

B respectively. Port A and Port B shall be reachable from ICC LAN A and LAN B.

Generally, ICC tries all the RTU on Port A from LAN A. In case of any problem in that path, the RTU shall be tried on Port A through LAN B. In case of RTU not accessible through Port A from ICC end, it shall try through Port B from either LAN A or LAN B from ICC.

Switch over from Port A to Port B or via-a-versa shall automatically without loss of data. Appropriate fault message shall be generated on SCADA system about failure of fault port.

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Telecom modem/gateway shall have three ports, two ports are dedicated to GPRS SIM and one ports is dedicated to MPLS.

For those locations where MPLS line is available, there MPLS will work as a master ports, when MPLS is down, one GPRS port will take over and communication with master station will continue. In this case MPLS will be active ports and any one port of GPRS will act as a standby and second GPRS port will remain spare.

For those location where MPLS line is not available, there one GPRS port will acts as master and second port will be standby. Failure of master port, standby port will take over the communication with master station. In this case MPLS port will remain spare.

4.0

WEB SERVER

To view all the online SCADA MMI displays i.e. graphics and alarms with online updating trends and reports using browser through Internet.

Functionality for Important alarms and messages through email and SMS servers to concern person. The email server shall also send daily reports/messages automatically and on event trigger basis. It shall be possible to configure the users to whom the SMS and e-mails are sent. The mobile number and e-mail addresses shall be editable/configurable as and when required.

System shall have provision to escalate the levels for sending the SMSs and emails based on the time elapsed from occurrence of alarm. In case of occurrence of a critical alarm, a SMS and email shall be sent automatically to concerned maintenance persons. If the alarm does not return to normal within a specific time of occurrence of alarm e.g. 1 hour (configurable), then the SMS/email shall be sent to some higher officials (configurable) also. If the alarm does not return to normal within a specific time of occurrence of alarm e.g. 6 hour (configurable), then the SMS shall be sent to some further higher officials (configurable).

Facility for control /ON-OFF operation for critical equipment(s) at CNG station such as CNG Compressors, Station inlet valve, etc. and probable remote price in CNG Dispensers from web server with administrative access level with One level of authorization.

4.1

MOBILE APPS

Mobile apps in web server shall have following min functionality

All mobile apps must authenticate IMEI number of all mobile phones for secured data access. Authentication shall fails if the IMEI number is not registered.

Live data access based on hierarchy (configurable), with secure password authentication.

Live station status data

Historical data for min, max avg for day, week, month and year

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SCADA IMPLEMENTATION AT CNG STATION (INCLUDING DTC & RETAIL OUTLET) & PNG SEGMENT

TRACTEBEL ENGINEERING PVT. LTD.

PARTCULAR TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION SCADA AND RTU SYSTEM

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TABLE OF CONTENTS

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INTRODUCTION

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2.0

CONVENTIONS

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3.0

BRIEF DESCRIPTION

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4.0

ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS

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5.0

POWER SUPPLY

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6.0

SCADA AND RTU

3

7.0

DESIGN CRITERIA

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8.0

SYSTEM FUNCTIONAL REQUIREMENTS

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9.0

REMOTE TERMINAL UNIT

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10.0

DRAWINGS AND DOCUMENTATIONS

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11.0

INSTALLATION & COMMISSIONING

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12.0

EQUIPMENT INSPECTION & TESTING

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13.0

TRAINING

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14.0

COMPREHENSIVE POST WARRANT MAINTENANACE CONTRACT (PWMC)

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ANNEXURE -I - SOURCE OF SUPPLY (SOS) FORM

ANNEXURE -II- POWER CONSUMPTION REQUIREMENTS (PCR) FORM

ANNEXURE -III- TYPICAL I/O COUNTS DETAILS FOR RTU SYSTEM

ANNEXURE -IV – LIST OF EQUIPMENTS AT CNG STATION

ANNEXURE -V – TOTAL PHASE STATIONS

ANNEXURE-VI – EXISTING PLC DETAILS

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This specification covers the basic requirements of SCADA AND RTU systems along with associated equipment purchased as a "Single point responsibility package unit" for CNG stations and other field segments/equipment(s) (i.e. MRS, FRS, TR Units etc.).

1.2

This Project is an important tool for IGL to maintain control over its exponential growth of CNG & PNG Network across the Delhi , NCR & NCT of Delhi, Rewari City & Karnal City and upgrade existing products and maintain competitive position in the market with the existing infrastructure, human resource etc.

2.0

CONVENTIONS

In this document, the following words are used to define the significance of each particular requirement.

2.1

CNG Stations/ CNG Network

These words are used for all type of CNG stations in IGL and its ancillaries, which includes CNG facilities at IGL Owned CNG stations, Retail Outlet and Bus Depots.

2.2

Field/ Field Equipment/ RTU station

These words are used for all type of Gas facilities/ equipment(s) in IGL, i.e. Gas Chromatograph, Odourizing Units, Sectionalizing Valves etc.

2.3

Integrated Control Centre/ Master Station/ Master Control Station

These Words are used for main Control Centre where SCADA system will get installed which will communicate with all type of RTU station.

3.0

BRIEF DESCRIPTION

3.1

Design, engineering, supply, installation, integration with existing CNG system, other Field Equipment & its associated ancillary and commissioning of SCADA and RTU system. Refer “scope of work” enclosed with tender document for detailed scope.

3.2

System shall ensure safety and reliable operation of the equipment as per following functionality.

Monitoring and control (if required by IGL) of dispenser parameters as per defined authorization from IGL Head Quarters or Master Control Station/ Integrated Control Centre (ICC) and web server (from remote location) with one-layer authentication.

Valve ON/OFF operation from MCS/ ICC as well as from web server

Motor/compressor ON/OFF operation from MCS/ ICC as well as from web server

Preventive and predictive maintenance of RTU and SCADA.

Remote diagnostic and configuration of RTU and SCADA

Single modem/router/gate way with MPLS and Dual SIM 3G/4G (1W+1S) functionality, compatible with SCADA system with switchover facility to achieve uninterrupted data transfer from RTU station to ICC.

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Master control station /Integrated Control Centre (ICC), SCADA system shall be located at “IGL Kakanagar office”, New Delhi for monitoring and controlling.

3.4

RTU, shall be installed at each CNG station/Field in safe area identified by IGL. The system shall be rugged in construction and suitable for working in non-AC ambient. RTU, shall be designed by considering required Inputs & outputs and future expansion. All the inputs & outputs including spares, shall be fully wired upto the terminal blocks.

3.5

RTU shall be interfaced with telecommunication system for transferring data to Master control stations /Integrated Control Centre. Telecom system shall be redundant wireless 3G/4G MPLS type. Telecom modem at RTU end shall be compatible with dual SIM cards as well as MPLS connectivity and can be inbuilt/ integrated with RTU or separate modem linked with RTU.

3.6

RTU shall be comprised of CPU, Power supply card, communication cards/ports, input cards, output cards, controller card, interface cards, wall mounted IP 54 cabinet and required internal accessories such as fan, illuminating lamps, barriers, relay MCBs, terminal blocks etc.

3.7

It is the prime responsibility of vendor to establish the communications between field instrument, RTU, Telecom and SCADA. If any additional items are required to make the system fully functional during interfacing stage, that shall be made available to Client by vendor without any price implication even though it was not considered during bid submission.

3.8

The system shall meet the requirements of interoperability, portability and scalability as per the international standards (latest version).

3.9

Vendor shall submit duly filled in and signed SCADA source of supply (SOS) and power consumption requirement (PCR) form during bid submission.

3.10

Vendor shall undertake full responsibility for providing a complete and evolutionary state of the art SCADA System with Open architecture, meeting the objectives, functional and specific requirements described in the tender.

3.11

Vendor shall submit the drawings and documents of the complete system as indicated in Material Requisition (MR). Vendor shall submit as-built documentation, drawings of the complete system. These submissions shall be made in hard copies and in CDs

3.12

Execute civil works associated with the installation of supplied equipment(s) at various stations and at master station/ Integrated Control Centre.

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ENVIRONMENTAL SPECIFICATIONS

4.1

All equipment shall be designed for operation, storage and transportation under the following environmental condition:

Max. / Min. Temperature

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(-) 5 °C /

45 °C

Design temperature

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(-) 20 °C to 65 °C

Relative Humidity

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95%

Hazardous Area Classification

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Zone 2, Gas Group II A or B, Temp. Class T 3

Control Room

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Safe Area

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Electrical power supply shall be provided at one point inside the battery limit as per the details provided below. Further distribution shall be in the scope of the CONTRACTOR. If any other voltage levels are required, then all necessary conversions shall be in the scope of CONTRACTOR.

There may be the case of availability of passive port in existing system which are to be interfaced with RTU as per tender requirement. In such a case, Vendor shall supply the appropriate voltage level converter with require quantity (DC to DC) for establishment of communication between RTU and existing system on Modbus (RS485). Vendor shall ascertain the requirement of voltage level converter for communication port after consulting with client/OEM or their own site and supply accordingly.

Normal supply

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230 V AC UPS power supply will be provided at all the stations for RTU.

Field Transmitters:

24 V DC loop power through barrier/ isolators. Contractor will arrange to convert the power supply from 230V AC to 24V DC.

230 V AC Non UPS power supply for panel lights, fans, power sockets, etc.

6.0

SCADA AND RTU SYSTEM.

 

6.1

SCADA Hardware at MCS/ ICC

a) SCADA system shall be inclusive of two number data polling Servers (real time server) on latest Windows (OS) (one working and 1 standby) along with one number of 21” monitors (Common for real time server, and history server), keyboard, mouse and KVM switch. Server must have OPC UA (server and client) for third party interface. OPC UA may be inbuild in SCADA server or separate PC.

b) Web server with 21” monitor for remote monitoring.

c) License will be maintained by SCADA implementation agency during the entire tenure of AMC & Project implementation without any cost to IGL.

d) One number archive server (History server) for providing offline storage of historical files for period of three years.

e) One number Server cabinet for mounting all the servers, server monitor, key board, mouse, KVM switch, GPS, network switches etc.

f) One number GPS with NPT server, antenna and cable min 30 mtrs for time synchronization.

The GPS clock envisaged at master station /Integrated Control Centre shall be used to synchronize the clock of servers, workstations, engineering workstation on the dual SCADA LAN at master station / Integrated Contrl Centre (ICC) and to synchronize the RTU time with ICC.

g) Two number 24 port LAN switch L2.

h) One number 10 port router/L3

i) One number 8 port KVM Switch: Keyboard, Video and Mouse.

j) A4 size printer colour

k) Fire wall security for SCADA server and web server shall be for complete system. This shall comply ISA 99/ISO 27001 standard.

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l) One number engineering work station (EWS), 21” monitor, mouse and keyboard. EWS operating system shall be windows based. EWS shall have latest software with license like HMI/MMI development, Microsoft office, antivirus etc. EWS is required for configuration, MMI development, maintenance and engineering aspects of the SCADA system. EWS can also serve the purpose of operator workstation.

m) Two number operator workstation (OWS), 21” monitor, mouse and keyboard. OWS shall have latest software with license like HMI / MMI run time, Microsoft office, antivirus etc. Operator workstations are required to allow the plant operator to monitor and control safely.

n) EWS& OWS shall have HDMI & DVI Ports for connecting to existing Video Wall (DELTA make).

o) Redundant LAN: The redundant LAN consists of two distinct Ethernet segments; each segment has its own dedicated Ethernet switch. Critical components including SCADA servers, archive servers, GPS, EWS and OWS will be provided with dual Ethernet ports allowing connection to both segments of the LAN. Non-critical items including printers connect on single segment of the redundant LAN.

6.2 SCADA System software

a) The SCADA software with main SCADA database shall be in SCADA server resident. Operating system for SCADA server shall be Windows latest.

b) EWS and OWS shall be loaded with Application software MMI and Microsoft office. Operating system shall be built around latest windows based.

c) The networking shall support OSI TCP/IP network connectivity.

d) Web server shall loaded with latest windows operating system, Mobile Apps, SMS/email facility

e) The LAN shall meet IEEE 802 standards.

f) The Communication protocol with SCADA and RTU’s will conform to IEC 870-5-101/104 or DNP3 over TCPIP, OPC UA, Modbus TCP/IP, etc.

g) The Servers will be loaded with OPC (UA) software (both client and server.) with license for data exchange (reading and writing) with other system like APPS, SAP, Business Analytical Platform, existing SCADA system etc.

OPC UA shall Open Platform Communications Unified Architecture (OPC UA) for machine-to- machine communication protocol and shall be the following requirement

Security Model

Mappings

Profiles

Data Access-Real time

Alarms and Conditions

Event

Programs

Historical Access

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Note: In case of integration of with 3rd party applications, SCADA vendor shall provide support and ensure the same without any cost implication to IGL.

h) The solution shall be able to interoperate with Multiple RDBMS platforms like Oracle, MS SQL, MY SQL, DB2, Informix, Sybase or any other RDBMS confirming to ANSI/ISO SQL-200n standards

i) The system shall support on multiple hardware such as Dell, HP, Cisco, etc.

6.3 Remote terminal Unit

The RTU shall comprise the following subsystems:

Central processor with system software.

Analogue input

Contact (digital) input

Contact (digital) output

Modbus Serial ports (RS 232)

Modbus Serial ports (RS 485) two wire connection type

RTU shall support all Protocols like MPI/PPI/Profinet/profibus directly or using convertor of Siemens PLC's and MODBUS RS485 for another device at stations like Dispensers, Flow Meters, Soft starters, VFD's etc.

Ethernet port (Redundant)

SMPS Power supply

Diagnostic port

USB Port/SD card

6.4 RTU software

Programming software as per IEC 61131

Cyber security as per IEC 62443/ISO 27001

Local and remote Diagnostic tool

Note:

All the Software License will be maintained by SCADA implementation agency during the entire tenure of AMC & Project implementation without any cost to IGL.

6.5 Any additional interfacing device if required to achieve the functionality as per the philosophy mentioned elsewhere in this document shall be provided or consider during bid stage.

6.6 Third party interface provision/compatibility shall be available in the SCADA servers for APPS system, any other SCADA system, SAP system, Business Analytical Platform etc.

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SCADA servers shall operate on a dual redundant configuration. All the SCADA servers at MCS /ICC are of identical configuration and each server shall have capability of providing the full SCADA facilities in the event of failure of the other machine. MCS/ ICC SCADA server(s) shall be rack mounted within the equipment cabinets.

7.2

The servers with a redundant network connection interface card and connected to both segments of the redundant LAN. In addition, servers shall be connected via a dedicated connection so that the standby server to remain in synchronization with active server.

7.3

Operator control functions shall include alarming acknowledgments and suppression, request for printouts of logs & reports, open-close-stop type discrete controls and controlling of set points at remote.

7.4

RTU shall have capability of updating process parameters data and configuration data in its own built-in memory. Time stamping of all field values shall be required at RTU. In the event of failure or break of communication link, the RTU shall continue to scan all parameters and update its database. RTU must retain complete database analog & digital information of the field until it completely and correctly read by SCADA Station to take care of no loss of data in case of failure of communication. The memory buffer is to be sized (by considering min 15 days down time of SCADA system or communication between RTU and SCADA) to store all the changing data (i.e. exception report for the data every poll time). SCADA system shall receive the same without any loss of data after resuming the communication.

7.5

For “offline” storage of archive files , Network Attached Storage (NAS) device shall be attached to each SCADA server. The NAS device provides a high capacity, fast access storage system allowing archive files. Archive server shall store the data upto to minimum 36 month , automatic backup shall be initiated before overwrite. This will be used for preparation of reports, historical trend and for detailed system analysis. The archive server shall be located in the SCADA cabinet. The server shall have the feature to store, configure and display the user defined trends /historical data of the operating parameters of the machines in graphical / table format to facilitate the predictive maintenance.

7.6

Engineering workstation shall have the ability to undertake key system wide engineering functions such as:

Configuration of the RTUs networks incl. Programming of devices

Database generation, point ID and on-line modification

HMI /MMI graphical development and/or modification

Report development and/or modification using MS Excel

System network administration

System security

7.7

Specifications mentioned above are basic minimum requirements. However, Vendor shall upgrade / resize (on higher side) specifications of offered system to meet functional requirements specified in this tender. At any stage of system implementation, if it is found that Servers, HMI workstations and RTU by Vendor are not having adequate processing power, main memory etc to meet system performance requirements of this specification, Vendor shall replace these with higher end machines with no cost and time implication.

7.8

Web server

The supplied SCADA system shall be web enabled. The Web server shall be installed in MCS/ ICC. The users using Internet explorer/chrome/Mozilla, and/ or any Navigator browser shall access the web server at

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