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presentation of the work and deliverables of all engineering disciplines involved in the execution of a capital project. A sample of all common deliverables issued by each engineering discipline is shown. The work process / wrok sequence is explained. The challenges are explained.

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Oil & gas engineering training

  1. 1. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Oil & Gas Engineering Training Welcome!
  2. 2. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Dear colleague, I am glad to share with your this educative material on the Engineering of Oil & Gas facilities. I developed it for classroom training sessions which I have been conducting since 2009. This material will give you an overview of the work and deliverables of the different engineering disciplines. I also thrived to produce workflow visuals to help understand the work sequence of each discipline and how they interface. I wish you an enjoyable journey within Engineering… Oil & Gas Engineering Training
  3. 3. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Oil & Gas Engineering Training HSE Moment Project Engineering The Design Basis Discipline presentations Field engineering Quality Schedule Intro, scope & objectives
  4. 4. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Oil & Gas Engineering Training HSE Moment Project Engineering The Design Basis Discipline presentations Field engineering Quality Schedule Intro, scope & objectives
  5. 5. HERVE BARON Training Objectives Scope • To give a detailed knowledge of what engineering of oil and gas facilities consist of •To describe the activities and show a sample deliverable in the various disciplines •To explain the challenges
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  7. 7. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON
  8. 8. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Oil & Gas Engineering Training HSE Moment Project Engineering The Design Basis Discipline presentations Field engineering Quality Schedule Intro, scope & objectives
  9. 9. HERVE BARON HERVE BARONDesign Procurement Manufacturing Shipping Installation Construction & erection Inspection & tests Hand-over
  10. 10. HERVE BARON Engineering Sub- Contractor (Delhi) Detail Engineering (part) Shipyard (Korea) Hull Engineering & Fabrication Shipyards (Singapore & Malaysia) Topsides Fabrication & Integration Home office (Paris) •Project management •Detail Engineering (part) •Procurement Satellite office (Pau) •Detail Engineering (part) Fabrication yard (Nigeria): Fabrication (part) Offshore (Nigeria): Installation, commissioning, start-up
  11. 11. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Project Engineering Procurement Construction
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  13. 13. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Project Engineering Instrumentation & Control Layout & Piping Process Electrical Equipment Civil Safety Procurement Construction
  14. 14. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Engineering document register Document number Document title Document revision A 1 48104 Service building instrument. rooms cables routing B A 2 48102 Trouble shooting diagrams D A 3 48134 F&G system architecture drawing E A 4 50100 Instrument index B A 7 50003 Spec for instrument installation works and service C A 8 50960 Instrument Data sheets for temperature switches B A 9 50110 Requisition for pressure relief valves B M 1 62059 General plot plan B M 2 62020 Piping details standard C M 2 62070 Piping general arrangement Area 1 D M 4 60100 Special items list D M 5 62250 Piping isometrics booklet C M 6 60000 Pipes and fittings thickness calculation A M 6 62351 Calculation note CN1 - piping stress analysis A M 7 60001 General piping specification C M 8 60103 Data sheets for station piping material B M 9 60200 Requisition for pipes F Discipline code A Instrumentation & Control C Civil engineering E Electrical G Project general documents J Mechanical K Safety M Piping & Layout P Processes S Steel Structures V Vessels – Heat exchangers W Materials – Welding Document code 1 Installation drawings 2 Detail drawings 3 Diagrams 4 Lists – Bill of Quantities 5 Isometrics 6 Calculation notes 7 Specifications 8 Data sheets 9 Requisitions
  15. 15. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Key plan Diagram Drawing
  16. 16. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Drawings common sizes & scales Scale 1m = 1/1000 1 mm 1/500 2 mm 1/250 4 mm 1/100 1 cm 1/50 2 cm 1/33 3 cm A0 = 840x1188 A1 = 594x840 A2 = 420x594 A4 = 210x 297 A3 = 297x 420
  17. 17. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Engineering schedule
  18. 18. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Piping 31% Structural 23% Instrumentation /ICSS/Telecom 10% Commissioning 9% Electrical 9% Mechanical Equipment 6% Naval 4% Process 2% Others 6% Engineering resources ~1,000,000 man-hours
  19. 19. HERVE BARON Engineering Documents for Purchase: bill of quantity & specification Documents for Construction: Construction drawings & specifications Documents submitted to client Client Approval/ Comments Design basis: - Functional requirements - Client specifications - Design codes Vendors Documents submission Comments
  20. 20. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Oil & Gas Engineering Training HSE Moment Project Engineering The Design Basis Discipline presentations Field engineering Quality Schedule Intro, scope & objectives
  21. 21. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Process facilities: Feedstock and products flow Feedstock composition Battery limit conditions Equipment Spare Performance: Products specifications Energy efficiency, emissions Utilities: Electric power supply Other utilities Systems: Process control Fire/gas alarm Public address, LAN, PABX Infrastructure: Administrative and technical buildings Control room Access road Site fencing, gates, check point Design criteria: % of over design Environment data: Min/max temperature Rain/snow fall Wind Geological conditions Applicable codes and standards: International standards Local rules 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 -85 -80 -75 -70 -65 -60 -55 Pressure(bar) Design Basis
  22. 22. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Oil & Gas Engineering Training HSE Moment Project Engineering The Design Basis Discipline presentations Field engineering Quality Schedule Intro, scope & objectives
  23. 23. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Engineering disciplines Process Equipment HSE Civil Layout Instrumentation Piping Electrical
  24. 24. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Functional requirements – example of a gas compression station Gas composition Performance
  25. 25. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Process Scheme Optimization HP Separator 500 psig 5500 psig Emul. Treater 50 psig 150 F 3000 psig 200 psig Degasser 5 psig 5 psig 50 psig 1200 psig Gas Injection Oil Production From Wells 165 - 205 F 500 psig HP Compression & TEG LP Compression TEG Cooler IP Compression
  26. 26. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Process simulations
  27. 27. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Process Flow Diagram (PFD)
  28. 28. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Equipment list
  29. 29. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Heat & Material balance Thermodynamic calculations
  30. 30. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Equipment sizing
  31. 31. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Process data sheet
  32. 32. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Fluid list
  33. 33. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Piping & Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID) Line List
  34. 34. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Piping & Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID)
  35. 35. HERVE BARON P&IDs legend & symbols
  36. 36. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Line sizing
  37. 37. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Process automations: Cause & effect chart
  38. 38. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Process control
  39. 39. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Process safety
  40. 40. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON ESD logic diagram
  41. 41. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON ESD simplified diagram
  42. 42. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Flare Report
  43. 43. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON
  44. 44. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Operating manual
  45. 45. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Quiz: Is this a P&ID? a PFD?
  46. 46. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Engineering Process Equipment HSE Civil Layout Instrumentation Piping Electrical
  47. 47. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Process design PFDs H&M balance Rotating Pressure vessels Fired equipment Heat exchangers Packages etc. Process data sheet Equipment specification
  48. 48. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Equipment list
  49. 49. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Rotating machinery
  50. 50. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Pressure vessels
  51. 51. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Heat exchangers
  52. 52. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Packages
  53. 53. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Process data sheet Mechanical data sheet
  54. 54. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Vessel guide drawing
  55. 55. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Material Requisition
  56. 56. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON
  57. 57. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Bid technical evaluation
  58. 58. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Vendor design
  59. 59. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Equipment summary
  60. 60. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Engineering Process Equipment HSE Civil Layout Instrumentation Piping Electrical
  61. 61. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON SEVERITY FREQENCY HAZOP Review RISK MATRIX RISK LEVEL
  62. 62. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON HAZOP Action sheet
  63. 63. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON
  64. 64. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Fire Fighting
  65. 65. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Fire Water demand calculation note
  66. 66. HERVE BARON Fire Water P&IDs
  67. 67. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Deluge system arrangement drawings
  68. 68. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Fire fighting equipment location drawing
  69. 69. HERVE BARON Passive fire protection drawing
  70. 70. HERVE BARON Passive fire protection
  71. 71. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Fire & Gas detection layout
  72. 72. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Hazardous area classification drawing
  73. 73. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Case stuy: Gas leak from random piping component rupture Cause: installation error, corrosion, material defect… Possible consequence: Dispersion without ignition / jet fire / flash fire / explosion Section considered: Compressor building Quantitative Risk Analysis (QRA)
  74. 74. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Step 1: Identification and characterisation of initiating events Gas leak inside compressor buidling due to component rupture Hole size (% of component section) 5% 20% Full Frequency (event/year) 1,11E-01 5,06E-04 6,83E-05 Outflow rate (kg/s) 5,7 90,8 2270,0 Σ risk components *failure rate (from statistics) Quantitative Risk Analysis (QRA)
  75. 75. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Release Frequency Immediate ignition ESD & Fire Fighting Delayed Ignition Explosion/ Flash-fire Consequence Event Frequency (ev/y) 0,998 Jet fire ESD & FF 7,779E-03 0,070 0,002 Jet fire no ESD & FF 1,520E-05 1,11E-01 Release/yr 0,949 Dispersion 9,827E-02 0,930 0,120 Explosion 1,774E-05 0,028 0,051 0,880 Flash fire 1,301E-04 0,972 Dispersion 5,133E-03 Yes Frequency (event/year) Jet fire ESD & FF 7,779E-03 Jet fire no ESD & FF 1,520E-05 Explosion 1,774E-05 No Flash Fire 1,301E-04 Dispersion 1,034E-01 B04a/b/c/d 5% Step 2: Event tree analysis Probability of immediate ignition for 1-50 kg/s release rate is 7% (from statistical data) Probability of delayed ignition takes into account equipment explosion protection (Ex) Gas detectors are provided inside the building, that activate isolation and depressurization. It is assumed that they operate 95% of the time. Quantitative Risk Analysis (QRA) Probability of explosion vs flash fire depends on mass of gas and degree of confinement
  76. 76. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Step 3: Consequence evalutation Overpresssure (bar) 0.2 0.1 0.01 Distance (m) 96 167 1270 CONSEQUENCE CLASS QUANTITATIVE CRITERIA EFFECTS MINOR ≤0.1 bar locally (within 10m) No effect, no damage SIGNIFICANT ≤0.1 bar locally (within 50m) Limited damage to plant and operators SEVERE > 0.1 bar within plant Damage to plant and operators MAJOR > 0.1 bar on populated areas Damage to plant, operators & public Quantitative Risk Analysis (QRA)
  77. 77. HERVE BARON Unacceptable risk area– Design change necessary As Low As Reasonably Practicable – Plant Management measures Acceptable risk area 1.0E-02 1.0E-03 1.0E-04 Unlikely 1.0E-05 Rare 1.0E-06 Minor Significant Severe Major Release Frequency Immediate ignition ESD & Fire Fighting Delayed Ignition Explosion/ Flash-fire Consequence Event Frequency (ev/y) 0,998 Jet fire ESD & FF 7,779E-03 0,070 0,002 Jet fire no ESD & FF 1,520E-05 1,11E-01 Release/yr 0,949 Dispersion 9,827E-02 0,930 0,120 Explosion 1,774E-05 0,028 0,051 0,880 Flash fire 1,301E-04 0,972 Dispersion 5,133E-03 Yes Frequency (event/year) Jet fire ESD & FF 7,779E-03 Jet fire no ESD & FF 1,520E-05 Explosion 1,774E-05 No Flash Fire 1,301E-04 Dispersion 1,034E-01 B04a/b/c/d 5% Release Frequency Immediate ignition ESD & Fire Fighting Delayed Ignition Explosion/ Flash-fire Consequence Event Frequency (ev/y) 0,998 Jet fire ESD & FF 7,779E-03 0,070 0,002 Jet fire no ESD & FF 1,520E-05 1,11E-01 Release/yr 0,949 Dispersion 9,827E-02 0,930 0,120 Explosion 1,774E-05 0,028 0,051 0,880 Flash fire 1,301E-04 0,972 Dispersion 5,133E-03 Yes Frequency (event/year) Jet fire ESD & FF 7,779E-03 Jet fire no ESD & FF 1,520E-05 Explosion 1,774E-05 No Flash Fire 1,301E-04 Dispersion 1,034E-01 B04a/b/c/d 5% Damage to plant, operators & public> 0.1 bar on populated areasMAJOR Damage to plant and operators> 0.1 bar within plantSEVERE Limited damage to plant and operators≤0.1 bar locally (within 50m)SIGNIFICANT No effect, no damage≤0.1 bar locally (within 10m)MINOR EFFECTSQUANTITATIVE CRITERIACONSEQUENCE CLASS Damage to plant, operators & public> 0.1 bar on populated areasMAJOR Damage to plant and operators> 0.1 bar within plantSEVERE Limited damage to plant and operators≤0.1 bar locally (within 50m)SIGNIFICANT No effect, no damage≤0.1 bar locally (within 10m)MINOR EFFECTSQUANTITATIVE CRITERIACONSEQUENCE CLASS Final step: classification of risk Quantitative Risk Analysis (QRA)
  78. 78. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Environmental Impact Assessment (Air quality dispersion analysis)
  79. 79. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Noise Map dB(A)
  80. 80. HERVE BARON
  81. 81. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Engineering Process Equipment HSE Civil Layout Instrumentation Piping Electrical
  82. 82. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Process design PFDs H&M balance Rotating Pressure vessels Fired equipment Heat exchangers Packages etc. P&IDs Piping Instrumentation Layout Civil Electrical Process data sheet Equipment specification Vendor drawings
  83. 83. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON
  84. 84. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON
  85. 85. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON
  86. 86. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Grading plan Native soil elevation Required finish level
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  92. 92. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Vendor information
  93. 93. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Foundation Calculation
  94. 94. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Foundation drawing/ re-inforcement
  95. 95. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Foundation drawing/ Formwork
  96. 96. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Civil works specification
  97. 97. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON
  98. 98. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Loading data
  99. 99. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Structural design
  100. 100. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Calculation note
  101. 101. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Structural drawings
  102. 102. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Architectural drawings Equipment layout drawing
  103. 103. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON
  104. 104. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON
  105. 105. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Heating, Ventilation &Air Conditioning (HVAC)
  106. 106. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Civil Works Installation Drawings
  107. 107. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON
  108. 108. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Standard drawings
  109. 109. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Engineering Process Equipment HSE Civil Layout Instrumentation Piping Electrical
  110. 110. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Process design PFDs H&M balance Rotating Pressure vessels Fired equipment Heat exchangers Packages etc. P&IDs Piping Instrumentation Layout Civil Electrical Process data sheet Equipment specification Vendor drawings
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  113. 113. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Layout/ principles
  114. 114. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Layout/vendor drawings
  115. 115. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Layout/consideration for all networks
  116. 116. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON General Plot Plan
  117. 117. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Unit Plot Plan
  118. 118. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON
  119. 119. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON
  120. 120. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON 3D modelling
  121. 121. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON 3D model clash check
  122. 122. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON 3D model review
  123. 123. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Equipment handling
  124. 124. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Engineering Process Equipment HSE Civil Layout Instrumentation Piping Electrical
  125. 125. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Process design PFDs H&M balance Rotating Pressure vessels Fired equipment Heat exchangers Packages etc. P&IDs Piping Instrumentation Layout Civil Electrical Process data sheet Equipment specification Vendor drawings
  126. 126. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Line Diagram
  127. 127. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON
  128. 128. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Piping Layout drawing
  129. 129. HERVE BARON
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  132. 132. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Isometric drawing
  133. 133. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Piping Pre-fabrication
  134. 134. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Post Weld Heat Treatment
  135. 135. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Piping Inspection and testing
  136. 136. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Piping General Arrangement drawing
  137. 137. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Calculations
  138. 138. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON
  139. 139. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Standard Pipe Support drawings
  140. 140. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON
  141. 141. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON
  142. 142. HERVE BARON Piping installation work process Piping line diagram Plot Plan Piping studies & layout Piping 3D modelling Piping stress analysis Piping isometric drawing Stress OK? Piping isometric drawing IFC Process OK?
  143. 143. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON
  144. 144. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Material Selection
  145. 145. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Material Selection Diagram
  146. 146. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON
  147. 147. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Process Fluids list Piping material classes
  148. 148. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Piping material classes Piping material class specification
  149. 149. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Piping material classes specification
  150. 150. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Piping material classes specification
  151. 151. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Piping material classes specification
  152. 152. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON
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  155. 155. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON
  156. 156. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Σ
  157. 157. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Piping material requisition
  158. 158. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON
  159. 159. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Engineering Process Equipment HSE Civil Layout Instrumentation Piping Electrical
  160. 160. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Piping & Instrumentation Diagram (P&ID)
  161. 161. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON
  162. 162. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON
  163. 163. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Instrument list
  164. 164. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Level sketch
  165. 165. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Instrument data sheet
  166. 166. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Process Control System
  167. 167. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON System Architecture drawing
  168. 168. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Process automations
  169. 169. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Control narrative
  170. 170. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Mechanical Equipment Control
  171. 171. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Emergency shutdown
  172. 172. HERVE BARON PT JB Process line Marshalling cabinet Controller cabinet Instrument room Control room VDU CPU LAN Secondary cable Multi cable The instrument hardware
  173. 173. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Junction Box drawing
  174. 174. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Instrument location drawing
  175. 175. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Building detail drawing/ Telecom and PAGA layout
  176. 176. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Instrument standard installation drawings
  177. 177. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Junction box wiring
  178. 178. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Cable routing drawings Cable list
  179. 179. HERVE BARON Instrument bulk Material Take-Off ITEM QUANTITY DESIGNATION 1 195 Gauge adapter – ½” x ½” 2 37 Block manifold 2 valves (Gas) – ½” 3 23 Block manifold 5 valves (Gas) –½” 4 0 Ball valve ½” – 12mm 5 300m Tubing – 12mm OD x 1mm 6 200 Reducer – 12mm x ¼” 7 50 Union tee – 12 x 12 x 12mm 8 50 Female connector – 12mm x ½” 9 350 Male connector – 12mm x ½” 10 9 Plug – ½” NPTF 11 8 Plug – ½” NPTM
  180. 180. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Cable routing inside technical room
  181. 181. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Instrumentation & control rooms layout
  182. 182. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Screen displays
  183. 183. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Instrument loop diagram
  184. 184. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Engineering Process Equipment HSE Civil Layout Instrumentation Piping Electrical
  185. 185. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Electrical consumer list
  186. 186. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Electrical Load Summary
  187. 187. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON
  188. 188. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON General One Line Diagram
  189. 189. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Generators Switchgear Transformer
  190. 190. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Equipment data sheet
  191. 191. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Switchboard Single Line Diagram
  192. 192. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Switchgear Typical Diagram
  193. 193. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON 8800 8900 9000 9100 9200 9300 9400 9500 9600 9700 9800 9900 10000 0.0 2.5 5.0 7.5 10.0 12.5 15.0 17.5 20.0 VOLTAGE OF MS-001 (STUDY1) BusVoltage(Volts) Time (Seconds) 47.0 47.5 48.0 48.5 49.0 49.5 50.0 0.0 2.5 5.0 7.5 10.0 12.5 15.0 17.5 20.0 FREQUENCY OF MS-001 (STUDY1) BusFrequency(Hz) Time (Seconds) Calculations
  194. 194. HERVE BARON HERVE BARONCable routing drawing Cable schedule
  195. 195. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Typical installation drawings
  196. 196. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Block Diagram
  197. 197. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Trouble shooting diagrams
  198. 198. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Lighting layout
  199. 199. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Lighting illumination level Iso lux curves
  200. 200. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Electrical equipment layout
  201. 201. HERVE BARON Electrical Control System
  202. 202. HERVE BARON Electrical Control System
  203. 203. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON From emergency (diesel) generators From main power generators To normal consummers e.g. pumps in process and utility units To essential consummers e.g. fire water pump Electrical load shedding
  204. 204. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Oil & Gas Engineering Training HSE Moment Project Engineering The Design Basis Discipline presentations Field engineering Quality Schedule Intro, scope & objectives
  205. 205. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Field Engineering
  206. 206. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Site Query
  207. 207. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Site MASTER set of documents
  208. 208. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Oil & Gas Engineering Training HSE Moment Project Engineering The Design Basis Discipline presentations Field engineering Quality Schedule Intro, scope & objectives
  209. 209. HERVE BARON 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 34 35 36 PLANT START-UP PIPING PRE-FABRICATION & INSTALLATION X X X X X X X X X X PIPING MATERIAL & DRAWINGS AT SITE PIPING MATERIAL MANUFACTURING & SHIPPING X X X X X X PURCHASE OF PIPING MATERIAL TECHNICAL & COMMERCIAL CLARIFICATIONS X X CALL FOR TENDER FOR PIPING MATERIAL PREPARE PIPING MATERIAL TAKE-OFF X PIPING ROUTING STUDIES X X X PIPING & INSTRUMENTATION DIAGRAMS (PIDs) PROJECT SCHEDULE MONTH 1 1 2 3 3 4 5 2 4 5 5
  210. 210. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Process simulations Equipment selection & purchase Foundation drawings Process data sheet Vendor data
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  212. 212. HERVE BARON Safety valves duty & data sheet (Process) Safety valves inquiry and purchase (procurement) Safety valves sizing & drawings (vendor) Safety valves location & piping routing (piping/layout) Piping calcs & supports (piping/stress) Steel structure design and drawings (civil) Purchase steel (manufacturer) Fabrication (manufacturer) Shipping Structure at Site Size & weight estimates Supports & loads estimates Estimates must be done to meet the schedule Engineering schedule
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  214. 214. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON What Engineering designed What the Vendor supplied
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  216. 216. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Oil & Gas Engineering Training HSE Moment Project Engineering The Design Basis Discipline presentations Field engineering Quality Schedule Intro, scope & objectives
  217. 217. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Engineering Quality Assurance: Engineering document register Document number Document title Document revision A 1 48104 Service building instrument. rooms cables routing B A 2 48102 Trouble shooting diagrams D A 3 48134 F&G system architecture drawing E A 4 50100 Instrument index B A 7 50003 Spec for instrument installation works and service C A 8 50960 Instrument Data sheets for temperature switches B A 9 50110 Requisition for pressure relief valves B M 1 62059 General plot plan B M 2 62020 Piping details standard C M 2 62070 Piping general arrangement Area 1 D M 4 60100 Special items list D
  218. 218. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Engineering Quality Assurance: Document checking and distribution
  219. 219. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Engineering Quality Assurance: Document revision
  220. 220. HERVE BARON HERVE BARON Engineering Integrity: Site Query from Construction
  221. 221. HERVE BARON Interface Agreement Section/Step 1 Section/Step 2
  222. 222. HERVE BARON Interface definition
  223. 223. ©2015–HervéBaron HERVE BARON The Oil & Gas Engineering Guide 2nd edition Do you want to know more... Much more?
  224. 224. ©2015–HervéBaron HERVE BARON The Oil & Gas Engineering Guide - 2nd edition Table of Contents
  225. 225. ©2015–HervéBaron HERVE BARON The Oil & Gas Engineering Guide - 2nd edition Table of Contents Discipline presentation: activities and deliverables
  226. 226. ©2015–HervéBaron HERVE BARON The work of each Engineering discipline is described
  227. 227. ©2015–HervéBaron HERVE BARON Design activities are explained, e.g., Plant Equipment layout
  228. 228. ©2015–HervéBaron HERVE BARON Complex activities, such as QRA, are explained through a practical example.
  229. 229. ©2015–HervéBaron HERVE BARON A sample of all common Engineering documents is included
  230. 230. ©2015–HervéBaron HERVE BARON Difference between Engineering and Shop drawings
  231. 231. ©2015–HervéBaron HERVE BARON Understand the main technical aspects, e.g., DCS vs ESD
  232. 232. ©2015–HervéBaron HERVE BARON The Oil & Gas Engineering Guide - 2nd edition Table of Contents The overall process
  233. 233. ©2015–HervéBaron HERVE BARON The Oil & Gas Engineering Guide - 2nd edition Table of Contents
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  235. 235. ©2015–HervéBaron HERVE BARON The Oil & Gas Engineering Guide - 2nd edition Table of Contents
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