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  • OFFSHORE ASSOCIATED GASES PACKAGE 1 DAS ISLAND FACILITIES WEEKLY PRESENTATION Mr.Wilson Contreras.SITE MANAGER OAG PROJECT.
  • INDEX 1. ACTIVITIES OF THE WEEK 2. MANPOWER STATUS 3. CONCRETE STATUS (PIE / LINE GRAPH) 4. WEEKLY PROGRESSIVE QUANTITY REPORT (CONCRETE) 5. WEEKLY CONCRETE QUANTITIES FORECAST 6. MONTHLY MANPOWER FORECAST 7. STATUS OF PAR’s & PAU’s FOUNDATION 8. WEEKLY HSE STATISTICS 9. HSE PLAN 10. HSE NEAR MISS TREND 11. WEEKLY EXECUTIVE SUMMARY 12. AREA OF CONCERN 13. BLACK SOIL 14. GEND IMPELLERS
  • ACTIVITIES OF THE WEEK PODIUM AREA: Retaining Wall / Pipe Supports Valve Pits / VSD Building Booster Compressors (26-K-0401 & 26-K-0451) and Pipe Rack # PAR 101 to 106 & PAR 108 to 109 Booster Compressor: 26-K-0401 Booster Compressor: 26-K-0451 Pipe Rack: Cable Trench (Podium/ Interconnecting / Offsite) ZAKUM / UMM SHAIF/ LNG MANIFOLD AREA : Reclamation Area /ADMA Flare Area: Road A1 – Bridge B – 7: Culvert Amenities Building PROCESS AREA: Outstation Building # 14 Substation Building # 11 Feed Gas Compressor (I-K-401) Feed Gas Compressor (I-K-451) Train I & Train II: Pipe Rack Train 1 & 2: Manholes / Catch basin / Valve Pits Cable Trench / Duct Banks (Process/ Common Facilities)
  • ACTIVITIES OF THE WEEK COMMON FACILITIES: PIPING: Process Area Interconnecting & Offsite Area: Podium Area: Fabrication Yard TARGET Yard: Temporary Office & Lay down Area: Cathodic Protection for RC Foundations
  • MANPOWER STATUS AS OF 11.07.2008 S. Manhours Company Manpower Cum. Manhours No. (this week) 1. MEPI 36 2,095 85,520 2. Target 804 52,490 1,676,438 3. Descon 271 15,775 90,280 Total on Site 1,111 70,360 1,852,238
  • CONCRETE CASTING Total Poured Total 8086.18 m3 28.78% Progress this Total 671.50 m3 week 2.39% Remaining Total Concrete Poured 8757.68 m3 68.83% Total 19335.32 m3 Total Poured Progress this week Remaining
  • CONCRETE CHART BASELINE SCHEDULE 100 98.73 100 95.17 90 83.78 80 70 69.54 60 PERCENTAGE 58.15 8757.68 m3 50 47.50 8086.18 m3 40 7327.68 m3 6837.43 m3 36.80 30 6771.43 m3 31.17 28.78 26.08 24.34 23.68 24.10 22.11 20 21.62 20.02 18.34 17.24 10 0 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 31 36 40 44 49 53 58 62 13/06/08 20/06/08 27/06/08 04/07/08 11/07/08 Actual Scheduled WEEK NUMBER
  • WEEKLY PROGRESS QUANTITY REPORT(CONCRETE) Discipline : Civil/ Structural Date : July 04, 2008 Progress in Quantity Progress Percentage Rem. Weekly Cum. Balan Daily Weekly Cum. R Balance Sr. U Daily Progress Progress ce Progress % Progress % % Remarks No ACTIVITY EST. ni . Weeks DESCRIPTION QTY t Sch Actl Sch Actl Actl Sch Actl Sch Actl Actl 18th 28,093 M3 969.78 419.58 6499.95 4842.33 23,251 3.45 1.49 23.14 17.24 82.76 Week (03/05/08- 19th 09/05/08) 309.50 28,093 5151.83 22,941 18.34 81.66 Week (10/05/08- 20th 16/05/08) 472.60 28,093 5624.43 22,469 20.02 79.98 Week (17/05/08- 21st 23/05/08) 448.75 28,093 6073.18 22,020 21.62 78.38 Week (24/05/08- 22nd 30/05/08) 138.00 28,093 6211.18 21,882 22.11 77.89 Week (31/05/08- 23rd 05/06/08) Weekly Total = 28,093 441.50 6652.68 21,440 23.68 76.32
  • Discipline : Civil/ Structural Date : July 04, 2008 Progress in Quantity Progress Percentage S Rem. R r Daily Weekly Cum. Balan Daily Weekly Cum. Balance . Progress Progress ce Progress % Progress % % Remarks N U o ACTIVITY EST. ni . Week DESCRIPTION QTY t Sch Actl Sch Actl Actl Sch Actl Sch Actl Actl 24th Week (06/06/08- 12/06/08) Weekly Total = 28,093 118.75 6771.43 21,322 24.10 75.90 25th Week (13/06/08- 19/06/08) Weekly Total = 28,093 66.00 6837.43 21,256 24.34 75.66 26th Week (20/06/08- 26/06/08) Weekly Total = 28,093 490.25 7327.68 20,765 26.08 73.92 27th Week (27/06/08- 03/07/08) Weekly Total = 28,093 758.50 8086.18 20,006 28.78 71.22 28th Week (04/07/08- 10/07/08) Weekly Total = 28,093 671.50 8757.68 19,335 31.17 68.83
  • WEEKLY CONCRETE QUANTITIES FORECAST
  • Updated as of : 11-July-08 Date of Delivery of Sl Modules at Das Foundation Modules . Descripti Island Foundation Location Remarks N on Completed o. On Baseline Forecast Baseline Forecast On Site Harbour PAR's 1 PAR-012 31/12/2008 17/12/2008 30/4/2008 11/4/2008 2 PAR-013 31/12/2008 17/12/2008 14/6/2008 24/4/2008 3 PAR-014 31/12/2008 17/12/2008 5/8/2008 5/6/2008 Common 4 PAR-016 31/12/2008 17/11/2008 28/7/2008 24/6/2008 Facilities 5 PAR-017 3/11/2008 17/11/2008 20/7/2008 6 PAR-018 3/11/2008 17/12/2008 29/6/2008 7 PAR-019 2/12/2008 17/12/2008 28/7/2008 8 PAR-001 2/12/2008 18/10/2008 27/3/2008 7/5/2008 9 PAR-002 2/12/2008 18/10/2008 21/5/2008 22/5/2008 10 PAR-003 Process 2/12/2008 18/10/2008 10/4/2008 21/5/2008 Area, Train- 11 PAR-009 1 31/12/2008 17/11/2008 27/3/2008 14/3/2008 12 PAR-010 31/12/2008 17/11/2008 6/4/2008 13/3/2008 13 PAR-011 31/12/2008 17/11/2008 10/6/2008 31/3/2008 24/5/2008 14 PAR-004 2/12/2008 17/11/2008 7/5/2008 15 PAR-005 2/12/2008 18/10/2008 23/6/2008 Process 16 PAR-006 Area, Train- 2/12/2008 19/10/2008 18/5/2008 2 17 PAR-007 2/12/2008 17/11/2008 26/3/2008 14/3/2008 18 PAR-008 2/12/2008 17/11/2008 8/4/2008 30/4/2008
  • Updated as of : 11-Jul-08 S Date of Delivery of l. Modules at Das Foundation Modules Descripti Island Foundation N Location Remarks on Completed o On On . Baseline Forecast Baseline Forecast Harbour Site PAR's 19 PAR-101 23/8/2008 17/9/2008 11/5/2008 20 PAR-104 23/8/2008 17/9/2008 13/3/2008 15/3/2008 Booster 21 PAR-105 Compressor 23/8/2008 18/10/2008 12/3/2008 5/3/2008 -North 22 PAR-106 23/8/2008 18/10/2008 27/3/2008 9/4/2008 23 PAR-108 17/9/2008 27/3/2008 24 PAR-102 23/8/2008 17/9/2008 26/3/2008 6/5/2008 Booster 25 PAR-103 Compressor 23/8/2008 17/9/2008 8/3/2008 5/3/2008 -South 26 PAR-109 17/9/2008 27/3/2008 6/5/2008
  • 27 PAR-107 18/10/2008 6/5/2008 24/4/2008 28 PAR-201 3/9/2008 17/7/2008 16/3/2008 26/4/2008 29 PAR-211 Interconnect 3/11/2008 17/8/2008 22/4/2008 ing 30 PAR-212 3/11/2008 17/8/2008 18/3/2008 14/6/2008 Piperack- 31 PAR-216 East 3/9/2008 17/7/2008 27/4/2008 21/4/2008 20/06/08 32 PAR-217 3/9/2008 17/7/2008 19/4/2008 8/6/2008 20/06/08 33 PAR-221 17/8/2008 8/5/2008 34 PAR-213 Interconnect 3/11/2008 17/8/2008 10/4/2008 ing 35 PAR-214 3/11/2008 17/8/2008 10/4/2008 14/6/2008 Piperack- 36 PAR-215 West 3/11/2008 17/8/2008 10/4/2008 37 PAR-202 3/9/2008 17/7/2008 9/7/2008 22/3/2008 9/4/2008 38 PAR-203 2/10/2008 17/7/2008 14/4/2008 28/4/2008 39 PAR-205 2/10/2008 17/7/2008 2/4/2008 14/5/2008 20/06/08 Interconnect 40 PAR-206 ing 2/10/2008 17/7/2008 2/4/2008 14/6/2008 20/06/08 41 PAR-207 Piperack- 2/10/2008 17/8/2008 27/3/2008 21/5/2008 Centre 42 PAR-208 2/10/2008 17/12/2008 27/3/2008 17/5/2008 43 PAR-209 2/10/2008 17/12/2008 27/3/2008 17/5/2008 44 PAR-210 2/10/2008 17/08/2008 2/4/2008 21/5/2008 Interconnect ing 45 PAR-015 31/12/2008 17/12/2008 10/4/2008 5/6/2008 Piperack- West 45 TOTAL
  • Updated as of : 11-Jul-08 S Date of Delivery of l. Modules at Das Foundation Modules Descripti Island Foundation N Location Remarks on Completed o On On . Baseline Forecast Baseline Forecast Harbour Site PAU's 1 PAU-001 Process 21/1/2009 21/1/2009 14/5/2008 2 PAU-002 area-West 14/2/2009 21/1/2009 20/5/2008 3 PAU-003 Process 14/10/2008 14/10/2008 12/6/2008 area, Train- 4 PAU-004 1 18/11/2008 13/11/2008 30/3/2008 10/6/2008 5 PAU-005 2/2/2009 21/1/2009 19/7/2008 6 PAU-006 Process 16/2/2009 16/2/2009 19/7/2008 area, Train- 7 PAU-007 2 18/11/2008 13/11/2008 28/7/2008 8 PAU-008 18/11/2008 13/11/2008 1/7/2008 8 TOTAL
  • Updated as of : 11-Jul-08 S Date of Delivery of l. Modules at Das Foundation Modules Descripti Island Foundation N Location Remarks on Completed o On On . Baseline Forecast Baseline Forecast Harbour Site PAU AIRCOOLERS 1 PAU-051 5/1/2009 22/12/2008 2 PAU-052 5/1/2009 22/12/2008 3 PAU-053 5/1/2009 22/12/2008 4 PAU-054 Process 5/1/2009 20/11/2008 10/6/2008 14/8/2008 5 PAU-055 area 5/2/2009 22/1/2009 6 PAU-056 5/2/2009 22/1/2009 7 PAU-057 5/2/2009 22/1/2009 8 PAU-058 5/2/2009 20/11/2008 9 PAU-151A 22/11/2008 2/10/2008 10 PAU-151B Booster 22/11/2008 2/10/2008 compressor 27/4/2008 10/6/2008 11 PAU-152A area 22/11/2008 2/10/2008 12 PAU-152B 22/11/2008 2/10/2008 12 TOTAL : Foundations already due to be completed as of report date as per recovery plan submitted by MEPI vide letter no. L-1364 dated 26 March 2008 : Foundations completed
  • WEEKLY HSE STATISTICS FROM 05.07.08 TO 11.07.08 LTI MTC RTWD First Aid Near miss Inspections ASA Drill TBM 0 0 1 0 6 6 3 0 77 SAFETY TRAININGS CONDUCTED Conducted No. of No. Title of Training by Attendees 1 General HSE Training DESCON 05 2 Heat Stress TARGET 21 3 Defensive Driving TARGET 09 4 Working at Heights TARGET 04 Man Hours for the week 70,360 Cumulative 1,852,238
  • OAG PROJECT / HSE PLAN 05/07/08 to 11/07/08 Activities Performed Activities Planned This Week Next Week Review and closures of unsafe observations stated in weekly HSE Induction for new employees. walk thru inspection. Daily and weekly Site Inspection 41 new employees have been inducted for safety. Upadte Action Tracking system Weekly safety walk thru at Process, Interconnecting Pipe Weekly supervisors meeting for Target and Descon Rack and Podium area TRA Meeting for Descon and Target. Monitoring of Site inspections reports. HSEMS and EMS Awareness Training for Staff Weekly HSE Coordination Meeting. Management safety weekly walk-thru Weekly HSE Coordination Meeting Supervisor’s Weekly HSE Meeting. Conduct ASA as per schedule Daily tool box meetings Daily tool box meetings are attended by MEPI/Target/Descon staff as TRA Meeting per schedule Opening and close out Meeting with TUV & ADGAS Auditors. Start month long HEAT STRESS campaign Conducted 4 ASA at site. Action Plan :- On going The following inspections/verifications were conducted: Scheduled Inspections : •Waste Management •Working at Heights •Housekeeping •Excavation Access •Power Tools •Material Stacking •Full Body Harness •Camp Inspection Training Conducted •Descon Yard •Defensive Driving - 09 Training •Heat Stress – 21 •Heat Stress Management •Working at height •Work at Height – 04 •H2S Awareness •Emergency Response - 20 •HSEMS and EMS Awareness •General HSE Training – 05 •PTW - 02
  • OAG PROJECT / HSE ACTIVITIES Near Miss Trend 05/07/08 to 11/07/08 Description Status Sub standard Practice– One MEPI supervisor climbed from the first stage of the scaffold to the Unsafe act second stage passing through handrail. Unsafe act Sub standard Practice – DESCON trailer entered C-30 road, blocking the traffic for 30 minutes. Unsafe condition Near Miss – Welding machine was found ON condition at podium at 08.30 PM. Sub standard practice – No safety latch on the hook of 150 T crane at reclamation area. Unsafe condition Sub standard practice – Wire rope and spring of TRIPOD GRAB not working properly. Unsafe condition Near miss – TOYOTA HIACE, ADGAS vehicle found over speeding near plant-26. Unsafe act Near miss- Rear door of the tipper truck was not locked while carrying pre-cast manhole. Unsafe condition * We have 03 unsafe condition and 06 unsafe act.
  • WEEKLY EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Wt Weekly Progress % Cumulative Progress % Contr Contrac act / Delta Delta Breakdown Recov t/ Baseli Actu Recove Delta L2 L3 ery Delta (Rec. Baselin Actual (Rec.Pl ne al ry Plan (Plan) Plan Plan) e Early an) Early Plan Plan Temporary 100.00 2.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 98.00% 100.00% 2.00% 0.00% Facilities % Construction & Pre- 95.20% 1.15% 2.12% 0.65% -0.50% -1.47% 58.13% 44.43% 31.78% -26.35% -12.66% commission- ing Civil Works: 64.94% 1.17% 3.09% 0.70% -0.46% -2.39% 82.13% 67.29% 48.12% -34.01% -19.17% M.E.I. Works: 35.06% 1.12% 0.32% 0.54% -0.57% 0.22% 13.66% 2.09% 1.50% -12.16% -0.59% Commission- 2.20% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% ing As Built 0.60% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% 0.00% Document Total 100% 1.09% 2.02% 0.62% -0.48% -1.40% 57.30% 44.30% 32.25% -25.04% -12.05%
  • ACTIVITIES FOR THE WEEK 11.07.2008 AREA OF CONCERN 1. Construction & Commissioning Progress Site : Actual : 31.78 %, Delta : - 12.65 % Before Delta : - 9.27 % Recovery Plant : 44.43 % The Delta was increase and Need for Recovery Pour Concrete 1 200 M3 every week for minimum during next 12 weeks. Delays by Aggregate / Bad Weather /Capacity of Harbour for UnLoad/Load . Planning and Coordination. 2. Concrete poured last Thursday 10 July 2008 ------------ 84.0 M3 Total concrete poured This Week -------------- 671.5 M3 Total Qty Concrete Poured until this Week ---------------- 8757.68 M3 3. ADGAS is looking for Additional Area for storage more Qty of Aggregates. On initial Area requested by MEPI is on process for approval
  • ACTIVITIES FOR THE WEEK 11.07.2008 AREA OF CONCERN 4. Radios provided by MEPI have now 3 to 6 New channels and Target/MEPI will be contact Safeer for give to him all information that we request and test for direct communications with CCB / CCR. Ongoing. 5. QHSE & QA / QC Audit was closed 10 July 2008 . Inform with conclusion and Actions will be sending after close Meeting in Abu Dhabi. QA/QC Engineer at Das expect on July 2008. Action by Ed - Livingston / C Foster. ADGAS is requesting MEPI for Filling remaining positions on Site, special on QA/QC, Planning and Piping Areas
  • ACTIVITIES FOR THE WEEK 11.07.2008 AREA OF CONCERN 6. Construction Jetty. Sea chart : Done. We have from Furgo / Constain. Survey was done in Dec 2005. TRA & MS. Done Integrity & Safety of Construction : 2 core drills was performed. Done Clean Debris : Started with Priority on Area that will be used by OAG-1. Ongoing. Temporary light : ADGAS Maintenance Stores have all parts for re - establish service. Ongoing. Mooring Anchor Blocks : Noble Denton Study provide another Mooring Anchor Concrete Block positions and coordinates. Some of there are the same of Existing Anchor Blocks on sea bed. Defenders : According with Noble Denton, we need take off old defenders and put New ones or if PPA accept, we can use old big Tired that we have and we used time before on Harbour ? Ongoing. Buoys : Purchasing. Ongoing. 7. Area Plant 19 : a. Reclamation / shore protection: ADGAS requested to MEPI Qty and Prices Drawing and scope of work was sent to MEPI. b. Area close to liquid Flare need level using excavated material. ADGAS will request ADMA permission for start to work.
  • ACTIVITIES FOR THE WEEK 11.07.2008 AREA OF CONCERN 8. Flare Area: MEPI start the job. The area was demark with bonders for radiation. 9. Modules : PAR 217 was Transported to Podium. PAR 216 will be Transported to Podium Today. 205 & 206, are storage on Harbour Area from 27 June 2008 until after install of Modules 201/202/203 that arrived to Harbour. Gatching: Done. SPMT: Is OK. Foundations for Modules 217 & 216 are ready for receive Modules. DESCON 500t crane was assembled in Podium Area. Functional and Load Test were performed. A1 Route is ready for Transport of Modules. Permissions are ready for Transport of Modules PAR 217 / 216.
  • ACTIVITIES FOR THE WEEK 11.07.2008 AREA OF CONCERN 10. ADGAS Requesting to MEPI for re-start the welding work and back filling on Pipes Process Area sides East & West, there are two Lines 12 inches diameter Fresh Water and Fire Water are on open trenches from time ago. ONGOING. 11. ADGAS is requesting, better protection for compact material on route, close to PAR 217. ONGOING. 12. ADGAS is requesting, What is the detail Plan for Install the Modules PAR 216 & 217. DONE. 13. ADGAS is requesting, When will be start of construction assembling for PAR 220/219/218. 14. ADGAS is very concern with Planning Activities for future Next Weeks and also very concern with Activities that were stopped long time ago and No re started again without any Technical Issue, example Open Trenches for Fire Water / Fresh Water Lines, Flare are dumped, Excavated Material, Erection Modules PAR 220/219/218. ONGOING. 15. ADGAS require MS for interconnection Piping & Modules.