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Topographical Survey Specification


Table of Contents
1 1.1 1.2 1.3 2 3 4 4.1 4.2 4.3 4.4 4.5 5 5.1 5.2 5.3 5.4 5.5 6 6.1 6.2 6.3 6.4 6.5 6.6 6.7 6.8 6.9 6.10 7 INTRODUCTION ............................................................................................................. 4 DOCUMENT SCOPE..................................................................................................... 4 DEFINITIONS ............................................................................................................... 4 ABBREVIATIONS ......................................................................................................... 5 QUALITY ASSURANCE / QUALITY CONTROL .......................................................... 6 SAFETY, WORK RULES AND REGULATIONS........................................................... 7 SCOPE OF WORK.......................................................................................................... 8 GENERAL ................................................................................................................... 8 PERSONNEL ............................................................................................................... 8 EQUIPMENT ................................................................................................................ 8 METHOD STATEMENT ................................................................................................. 9 THIRD PARTIES .......................................................................................................... 9 PIPELINE ROUTE......................................................................................................... 10 CENTRELINE SETTING OUT....................................................................................... 10 ROUTE SURVEY........................................................................................................ 10 SPECIAL CROSSINGS ................................................................................................ 11 FOREIGN SERVICES AND E XISTING UTILITIES ............................................................ 11 PIPELINE VAL VE STATION SITE SURVEY ................................................................... 11 SURVEY FRAMEWORK, ACCURACY AND CONTROL ........................................... 13 GENERAL ................................................................................................................. 13 CO-ORDINATE SYSTEM P ARAMETERS ...................................................................... 13 SURVEY CONTROL ACCURAC Y ................................................................................. 13 GEODETIC HORIZONTAL AND VERTICAL D ATU MS ...................................................... 13 SURVEY CONTROL ................................................................................................... 13 SURVEY CONTROL MEASUREMENTS ......................................................................... 14 PRIMARY CONTROL .................................................................................................. 14 SECONDARY CONTROL ............................................................................................. 14 CALIBRATION AND CHECK SURVEY ........................................................................... 15 LEVEL CONTROL ...................................................................................................... 15

PRESENTATION OF DATA ......................................................................................... 16 7.1 GENERAL ................................................................................................................. 16 7.2 GENERAL DATA FOR MAT .......................................................................................... 16 7.3 FILE IDENTIFIC ATION ................................................................................................. 17 7.4 SPECIAL CROSSINGS AND PIPELINE VALVE STATION SITES ....................................... 17 7.4.1 Surveyed Mapping Data ................................................................................... 17 7.4.2 Special Crossing Drawings ............................................................................... 18 7.4.3 Pipeline Valve Station Drawing ........................................................................ 18 7.5 PIPELINE ROUTE ...................................................................................................... 18

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8 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 8.5 8.6 9 10 11

REPORTING AND MEETINGS .................................................................................... 19 DOCUMENTATION REQUIREMENTS ............................................................................ 19 SCHEDULE ............................................................................................................... 19 DAIL Y REPORTS ....................................................................................................... 19 W EEKLY REPORT ..................................................................................................... 20 FINAL REPORTING .................................................................................................... 20 INDUCTION MEETING ................................................................................................ 20 FACILITIES AND UTILITIES FURNISHED BY CONTRACTOR ................................ 21 COMPANY SUPPLIED INFORMATION ...................................................................... 22 REFERENCE DOCUMENTS........................................................................................ 23

Ki ngs nor th C C S D emons tr ati on Pr oj ec t T he i nfor mati on c ontai ned i n thi s doc ument ( the Infor mati on ) i s pr ovi ded i n g ood fai th. E.ON U K pl c , i ts s ubc ontr ac tors , s ubsi di ari es , affi li ates , empl oyees , advi s ers , and the D epar tment of Ener g y and Cl i mate C han g e ( D EC C) make no r epr es entati on or warr anty as to the ac c ur ac y, r eli abil ity or c ompl etenes s of the In for mati on and nei ther E.ON U K pl c nor any of i ts s ubc ontr ac tor s , s ubs i di ari es , affil i ates , empl oyees , advi s er s or D EC C s hall have any l i abi li ty whats oever for any di r ec t or i ndi r ec t l os s hows oever ar i s i ng fr om the us e of the Infor mati on by any par ty.

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Table of Holds
HOLD 1 2 3 4 Description CLEARED Onshore route map drawing number(s) Preliminary crossing schedule document number E.ON Project Environmental Management Plan document number Section 1.1, 10.0, 11.0 5.3, 10.0, 11.0 3.0, 10.0, 11.0

Ki ngs nor th C C S D emons tr ati on Pr oj ec t T he i nfor mati on c ontai ned i n thi s doc ument ( the Infor mati on ) i s pr ovi ded i n g ood fai th. E.ON U K pl c , i ts s ubc ontr ac tors , s ubsi di ari es , affi li ates , empl oyees , advi s ers , and the D epar tment of Ener g y and Cl i mate C han g e ( D EC C) make no r epr es entati on or warr anty as to the ac c ur ac y, r eli abil ity or c ompl etenes s of the In for mati on and nei ther E.ON U K pl c nor any of i ts s ubc ontr ac tor s , s ubs i di ari es , affil i ates , empl oyees , advi s er s or D EC C s hall have any l i abi li ty whats oever for any di r ec t or i ndi r ec t l os s hows oever ar i s i ng fr om the us e of the Infor mati on by any par ty.

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1 1.1

Introduction Document Scope

The Specification covers the minimum requirements for the topographical survey of the onshore pipeline route which forms part of Kingsnorth Carbon Capture and Storage Project, Transport Pipeline and Injection Facilities Project. The limits of this specification shall be as shown on the onshore pipeline route map (s), (HOLD2) [S1] and as defined below: from the pipeline landfall; to the Kingsnorth pipeline ESD valve.

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Definitions
E.ON UK or its nominated representative. The companies designated on the purchas e order form as being the selected Cont ractor of materials and services. The companies selected / designat ed by the CONTRA CTOR as suppliers of materials and services. The task, process or operation being conducted by the CONTRA CTOR or SUBCONTRA CTOR on any tier on behalf of COMPANY. Departure by CONTRA CTOR or SUB-CONTRACTOR, without the APPROVAL of the COMPA NY, from the requirements of this document. Act of granting permission or act accepting as suitable, fit for purpose, etc., a document, process, procedure, etc. Used to indicate that the COMPANY or CONTRA CTOR does not wish WORK to proceed unless certain features have been agreed in writing. Such APPROVAL shall not relieve the CONTRACTOR of its contractual or statutory responsibilities. A report to be raised upon discovery by any party of a DEVIA TION from this document. Indicates mandatory requirement Indicates preferred course of action Indicates optional cours e of action

For the purpose of this document the following definitions shall apply: COMPA NY CONTRA CTOR SUB-CONTRA CTOR WORK

DEVIA TION

APPROVE / APPROVAL

NON-CONFORMA NCE REPORT Shall Should May

In t he context of this docum ent, the titles and definitions s hall be specific when shown in upper c ase and non-specific when shown in lower case

Ki ngs nor th C C S D emons tr ati on Pr oj ec t T he i nfor mati on c ontai ned i n thi s doc ument ( the Infor mati on ) i s pr ovi ded i n g ood fai th. E.ON U K pl c , i ts s ubc ontr ac tors , s ubsi di ari es , affi li ates , empl oyees , advi s ers , and the D epar tment of Ener g y and Cl i mate C han g e ( D EC C) make no r epr es entati on or warr anty as to the ac c ur ac y, r eli abil ity or c ompl etenes s of the In for mati on and nei ther E.ON U K pl c nor any of i ts s ubc ontr ac tor s , s ubs i di ari es , affil i ates , empl oyees , advi s er s or D EC C s hall have any l i abi li ty whats oever for any di r ec t or i ndi r ec t l os s hows oever ar i s i ng fr om the us e of the Infor mati on by any par ty.

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1.3

Abbreviations
Above Ground Installation Carbon Capture and Storage Cent ral Meridian Daily Progress Report Digital Terrain Map Emergency Shutdown Front End Engineering Design Genesis Oil and Gas Consultants Global Positioning System Intersection Point Mean Sea Level Normally Unattended Installation Real Time Kinematic Universal Trans verse Mercator

Within this document, the following abbreviations are used: AGI CCS CM DPR DTM ESD FEED GOGC GPS IP MSL NUI RTK UTM

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QUALITY ASSURANCE / QUALITY CONTROL

The COMPANY requires that all surveys, regardless of the method by which they are carried out, shall be performed by, or under the direct supervis ion of a professional land surveyor or a professional engineer. In addition, activities which require the application of engineering principles and the interpretation of engineering data shall be performed by, or under the direct supervision of a professional engineer. The CONTRA CTOR shall provide the professional expertise and trained personnel necessary to achieve the required res ults. During surveying operations, the CONTRA CTOR shall ensure t hat CONTRA CTORS employees and SUB-CONTRACTORS comply with all conditions, restrictions and terms of the agreements made with COMPA NY or any third parties including any conditions, restrictions and terms of the agreements made t hrough leases, rights -of-way, easements. The CONTRA CTOR shall coordinate all surveying ope rations, including any contact with third parties, with the appropriate COMPANY representatives. The CONTRACTOR shall operate an effective Corporate Quality System matching the requirements of ISO 9001:2000. The CONTRA CTOR shall submit a project specific Q uality Plan to COMPANY for review, comment and approval wit hin one (1) week of Contract award. The project specific Quality Plan shall comply with the requirements of ISO 9001:2000 or equivalent and shall detail the controls and verifications to be implemented to assure quality during execution of the WORK. The Quality Plan may be in the form of a reference to the appropriate documented procedures that form an integral part of the CONTRA CTORS Quality System. CONTRA CTOR shall submit a copy of each procedure, certificate, and report applicable to the field survey work, dat a processing and document production to COMPANY for review / approve. CONTRA CTOR shall be responsible for ensuring that all documentation requiring permit approval is submitted in a timely manner and in a format acceptable to COMPA NY.

Ki ngs nor th C C S D emons tr ati on Pr oj ec t T he i nfor mati on c ontai ned i n thi s doc ument ( the Infor mati on ) i s pr ovi ded i n g ood fai th. E.ON U K pl c , i ts s ubc ontr ac tors , s ubsi di ari es , affi li ates , empl oyees , advi s ers , and the D epar tment of Ener g y and Cl i mate C han g e ( D EC C) make no r epr es entati on or warr anty as to the ac c ur ac y, r eli abil ity or c ompl etenes s of the In for mati on and nei ther E.ON U K pl c nor any of i ts s ubc ontr ac tor s , s ubs i di ari es , affil i ates , empl oyees , advi s er s or D EC C s hall have any l i abi li ty whats oever for any di r ec t or i ndi r ec t l os s hows oever ar i s i ng fr om the us e of the Infor mati on by any par ty.

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SAFETY, WORK RULES AND REGULATIONS

Survey operations will be carried out in accordance with COMPANY Approved Quality Plan. Personnel carrying out site work will adhere to the Site Safety policies at all times with emphasis on wearing the correct safety clothing and equipment relative to the type of operation being performed. All personnel, including Third Parties will be safety inducted prior to the commencement of the WORK. Safety precautions are of paramount importance to prevent any possible danger to the Survey Team or public. Any operations c arried out adjacent t o public access or thoroughfare will be closely monitored by the Project Safety Advisor. CONTRA CTOR shall follow the guidelines in the E.ON Project Environmental Management Plan, (HOLD4) [S3] to minimise disturbance to the area along the proposed onshore pipeline route. As a guide, CONTRA CTOR shall take int o account the following issues and measures as part of their scope of work: Community awareness Environmental protection Security Waste management Access during wet weat her Access routes - keep to existing tracks and roads Livestock protection Permissions from landowners

COMPA NY shall have the right to review, for acceptance, any work being per formed by CONTRA CTOR. This review by COMPANY shall not relieve CONTRA CTOR of his responsibility to provide complet e and accurate data.

Ki ngs nor th C C S D emons tr ati on Pr oj ec t T he i nfor mati on c ontai ned i n thi s doc ument ( the Infor mati on ) i s pr ovi ded i n g ood fai th. E.ON U K pl c , i ts s ubc ontr ac tors , s ubsi di ari es , affi li ates , empl oyees , advi s ers , and the D epar tment of Ener g y and Cl i mate C han g e ( D EC C) make no r epr es entati on or warr anty as to the ac c ur ac y, r eli abil ity or c ompl etenes s of the In for mati on and nei ther E.ON U K pl c nor any of i ts s ubc ontr ac tor s , s ubs i di ari es , affil i ates , empl oyees , advi s er s or D EC C s hall have any l i abi li ty whats oever for any di r ec t or i ndi r ec t l os s hows oever ar i s i ng fr om the us e of the Infor mati on by any par ty.

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4 4.1

Scope of Work General

The Scope of Work shall include mobilisation, route survey, data processing, drawing production and reporting. The CONTRA CTOR shall mobilise the necessary personnel and equipment (including spare parts and cons umables) to carry out the work. The CONTRACTOR shall provide all resources and equipment necessary to perform the WORK in a timely efficient manner to the satisfaction of COMPANY and in accordance with the Project Schedule. Resources shall include, but not be limited to: office and field personnel, equipment, material supplies and labour necessary to complete the WORK. COMPA NY shall have the right to review, for acceptance, any WORK being performed by the CONTRA CTOR. This review by COMPA NY shall not relieve the CONTRA CTOR of its responsibility to provide complete and accurate data. The CONTRA CTOR shall at all times be aware of and address the ne eds concerning the environmental nature of the site. This consideration shall be made with respect to access, survey methods, and any other activity likely to impact on the environmental integrity of the various areas of the site.

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Personnel

The CONTRACTOR shall appoint an experienc ed S enior S urvey E ngineer to manage and co ordinate the field survey activities, data processing and drawing production. Simultaneously a qualified and experienced Survey Engineer shall be assigned to site full time to supervise field survey activities and liaise with COMPA NY. He shall be responsible for all surveying activities and shall confirm the accuracy of all information transmitted to COMPANY in what ever form. The above personnel should be suitably educat ed to HND level, or loc al equivalent, and have at least 5 years appropriate surveying experience. The number of personnel shall be sufficient to carry out the surveys, other associated work, data processing, and drawing production in a timely and efficient manner in accordance with COMPA NY approved programme. COMPA NY reserves t he right to review and approve or reject the credentials and performance of all personnel provided by CONTRA CTOR to perform the WORK.

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Equipment

The CONTRACTOR shall supply, maintain and operate all the equipment necessary to carry out the WORK in accordance with this specification and the COMPA NY approved programme. An equipment itinerary for each survey unit shall be s ubmitted for approval to the COMPA NY prior to commencement of any fieldwork. The CONTRA CTOR shall ensure that all equipment necessary to carry out the WORK has been calibrated within 6-months prior to commencing fieldwork. Copies of relevant calibration certificates shall be made available to COMPANY for review, as requested, prior to commencement of WORK. Copies of the calibration certificates shall be included in the Field Survey report. The CONTRACTOR shall carry out daily and weekly field checks on equipment to ensure the continuing validity of calibrations. The results of these field checks and any subsequent adjustments shall be documented and all such documentation shall be part of the regular reporting. COMPA NY is not expected to be site-based and the CONTRA CTOR will be required to communic ate as necessary with COMPA NY or its represent ative. CONTRA CTOR shall have computer capabilities with high-speed modem and appropriate communication software for t rans fer of survey information
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via standard communication links to COMPA NY. All technical information shall be sent to COMPA NY in native format - e.g. drawings in AutoCAD, tabulations in a data base format or Excel or equivalent etc. Signature certified data c an be sent in pdf format together with an unsigned native format copy. CONTRA CTOR shall provide gas detection equipment for use in t he proximity of existing hydrocarbon plant or pipelines. CONTRA CTOR shall adopt a No Smoking Policy in such areas.

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Method Statement

CONTRA CTOR shall submit a technical met hod statement for COMPANY review and approval within (2) weeks following Contract award and prior to commencement of field activities. The method statement shall include a schedule and detailed description, including responsibilities, of all personnel, the number of survey teams, the met hodology and equipment necessary to carry ou t the WORK in accordanc e with this Specification. The contractor shall also submit a health, safety and emergency plan.

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Third Parties

The CONTRA CTOR shall provide permits and all authorisations necessary to carry out the WORK. Any regulatory bottlenecks, such as hold-up of permits, shall be report ed to the COMPA NY as soon as possible. The CONTRA CTOR shall liaise with COMPA NY prior to making contact with any third parties. CONTRA CTOR shall be responsible for compliance with any specific conditions and requi rements imposed by third party authorities who are associated wit h or affected by the WORK.

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5 5.1

Pipeline Route Centreline Setting Out

Initial setting out will be done from the information provided and the centreline pegged out at 200 metre intervals, at crossing points, at field boundaries and intersection points. As a minimum, stakes shall be visible from the adjacent stakes. Marker pegs, at least 50 cm square and 750 cm long, will be painted red with pipeline route intersection points (IPs) clearly identified by red and white pegs. IPs shall be sequentially numbered and the following information recorded in field Survey Books: Identification number. X, Y, Z co-ordinates, and offset pegging data. Intersection Angle Value. Location sketch with north sign. Survey date, surveyors name and signature.

This information will be passed onto the COMPANY for review, including any details of propos ed re routes.

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Route Survey

CONTRA CTOR shall survey a 60m strip located along t he centre line of the pipeline route (30m either side). CONTRACTOR shall verify information supplied by COMPANY on site. Survey shall be carried out in order to establish elevations and c oordinates of all natural and manmade features wit hin the pipeline corridor. All buildings and structures in any condition, within the corridor, shall be surveyed. Buried services shall be identified using a suitable pipeline / cable locator and its bearing relative to the pipeline corridor shall be defined. CONTRA CTOR shall survey the new pipeline centreline after setting out. The pipeline route shall be s urveyed in order to produce the following dat a, in addition to t hat mentioned above. A sequential list of centreline co-ordinates (A utoCA D 3D polyline) that represents the original ground profile and horizontal alignment. 1:2500 preliminary alignment sheets (the format shall be provided by COMPANY). Feature codes as follows: AM Aerial Marker RDX Road Crossing RLX Railway Crossing RV X Named River Crossing CLX Manmade Canal STX Stream Crossing DTX Ditch Crossing TRX Track Crossing SV X Service Crossing PLX Pipeline Crossing STN Station Site VLV Valve Site

The frequency or density of the survey will be determined by the ground profile, nature of topography and anticipated scale of presentation of data.

Ki ngs nor th C C S D emons tr ati on Pr oj ec t T he i nfor mati on c ontai ned i n thi s doc ument ( the Infor mati on ) i s pr ovi ded i n g ood fai th. E.ON U K pl c , i ts s ubc ontr ac tors , s ubsi di ari es , affi li ates , empl oyees , advi s ers , and the D epar tment of Ener g y and Cl i mate C han g e ( D EC C) make no r epr es entati on or warr anty as to the ac c ur ac y, r eli abil ity or c ompl etenes s of the In for mati on and nei ther E.ON U K pl c nor any of i ts s ubc ontr ac tor s , s ubs i di ari es , affil i ates , empl oyees , advi s er s or D EC C s hall have any l i abi li ty whats oever for any di r ec t or i ndi r ec t l os s hows oever ar i s i ng fr om the us e of the Infor mati on by any par ty.

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5.3

Special Crossings

CONTRA CTOR shall perform a detailed topographic survey at all special crossings, these shall include road, river, railway and foreign service / utility crossings to enable additional surfac e / subsurface features to be surveyed for inclusion in the det ailed crossing design. The topographic survey shall be completed to provide sufficient information for the production of crossing drawings at a scale of 1:500. CONTRA CTOR shall allow for the production of crossing drawings at scales appropriate to the leng th of each crossing. An original ground level profile will be positioned beneath each plan on every crossing drawing. CONTRA CTOR shall ensure sufficient points are survey ed to enable an accurat e crossing drawing to be produced, in plan and profile. A preliminary crossing schedule, (HOLD3) [S2] s hall be provided by COMPANY which the CONTRA CTOR shall update during the cours e of the survey works .

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Foreign Services and Existing Utilities

CONTRA CTOR shall obtain co-ordinat es and crossing angle of all existing overhead, surface and buried foreign servic es / utilities, including parallel pipelines. This shall include, but not be limited to, power lines / cables, buried pipelines, telephone cables, berms, roads and tracks etc. During ex ecution of the WORK, CONTRACTOR shall produce and maintain an accurate crossing schedule detailing the position, size, location, height and depth, where applicable, of all foreign services / utilities encroaching or crossing the pipeline corridor and pipeline station sites. In addition, where pipeline alignment runs parallel to or crosses a power line, the following information shall be c ollected by CONTRA CTOR and included in the Report. Applicable information shall also be shown on the relevant drawings: Power line voltage Current carried in the power line Distance of power line from the pipeline Height of tower or depth of cable (as applicable) Length of parallel run (where pipeline alignment runs parallel to power line)

CONTRA CTOR shall submit the crossing schedule for review as the survey progresses. Following completion of all field survey work, the crossing schedule shall be updated to include the entire pipeline route.

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Pipeline Valve Station Site Survey

COMPA NY will identify the location of the proposed valve station site on the route drawings issued. After the location has been confirmed, CONTRACTOR shall establish the site limits during survey preparation for review on site by COMPANY. CONTRA CTOR shall carry out a full topographic survey of the site mapping all features (above and below ground) within the proposed site extending for a distance of 30m outside the proposed boundaries. If the site is located on sloping ground, COMPA NY may extend the survey area subject to site conditions. The topographic survey shall take positions and elevations, as a minimum, on a 5m grid in addition to specific points, existing boundaries etc. Contour int ervals of 0.2m minor and 1m major shall be generated for the site drawings.

Ki ngs nor th C C S D emons tr ati on Pr oj ec t T he i nfor mati on c ontai ned i n thi s doc ument ( the Infor mati on ) i s pr ovi ded i n g ood fai th. E.ON U K pl c , i ts s ubc ontr ac tors , s ubsi di ari es , affi li ates , empl oyees , advi s ers , and the D epar tment of Ener g y and Cl i mate C han g e ( D EC C) make no r epr es entati on or warr anty as to the ac c ur ac y, r eli abil ity or c ompl etenes s of the In for mati on and nei ther E.ON U K pl c nor any of i ts s ubc ontr ac tor s , s ubs i di ari es , affil i ates , empl oyees , advi s er s or D EC C s hall have any l i abi li ty whats oever for any di r ec t or i ndi r ec t l os s hows oever ar i s i ng fr om the us e of the Infor mati on by any par ty.

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CONTRA CTOR shall map the following existing features during the s ite survey: Road culverts and tracks; Structures such as buildings, wells, etc; Water courses such as streams and drainage ditches; Fences and walls; Overhead power lines, poles and pylons; Buried pipelines, cables and other foreign services and features; New and existing survey monuments; Spot elevation points measured on site;

A minimum of 4 s urvey monuments are required to enable accurate definition of elevation, plan location and orientation. These benc h marks shall be located a minimum distance of 50m outside of the selected area, and shall have a life span of 3 years. The topographic survey shall be completed to provide sufficient information for the production of drawings at a scale of 1:250.

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6 6.1

SURVEY FRAMEWORK, ACCURACY AND CONTROL General

Survey co-ordinates and maps shall use standard UK horizontal and vertical datums as origin with survey observations tied into Government survey cont rol stations and benchmarks as necessary. The scale of capture of survey data shall be suitable t o support mapping at 1:2500 scale or better where larger scale mapping is used for crossings and other specialist areas.

6.2

Co-Ordinate System Parameters


Airy 1830 6377563.396m 6356256.910m 0.0066705397616 299.3249646 OSGB36 National Grid 2W (UTM Zone 30N, 0W - 6W) 49 400000m -100000m 0.9996012717

Cont ractor shall perform the topographic surveys using the following co-ordinate system parameters: Spheroid Semi-Major axis (a) Semi-Minor axis (b) First Eccentricity Sq (e2) Inverse Flattening (1/f) Datum Cent ral Meridian (CM) Latitude of Origin False Easting False Northing Scale Factor on CM

6.3

Survey Control Accuracy


Primary Secondary 1/10,000 1/5,000

Survey of control monuments shall be conducted to achieve accuracy as follows:

Surveying of t he pipeline alignment from secondary c ontrol, using RTK GPS or Total Station techniques shall be conducted to ac hieve: Horiz ontal accuracy 0.05m Vertical accuracy 0.05m Surveying of stations and valve sites shall be conducted t o achieve an accuracy of 0.01m relative to the site survey monuments.

To ensure these accuracies are maintained, t he CONTRACTOR shall make regular (not longer than manufacturers recommended frequency) verifications to demonstrate that the initial bench calibration by the manufacturer is still valid and within specified requirements.

6.4

Geodetic Horizontal and Vertical Datums

All survey work shall be bas ed on OSGB 36 datum, Airy 1830 Ellipsoid and Trans verse Mercator co ordinates or otherwise as directed by the COMPA NY. Topographical heights shall be in met res and base d on Ordnance Dat um Newlyn mean sea level (MSL) as defined by UK maps.

6.5

Survey Control

Horiz ontal and vertical cont rol of the work shall be undertaken utilising dual frequency geodetic receivers or Total Station equipment with levels derived using precise automatic survey levels.
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The control shall be referenced t o a minimum of 3 geodetic reference stations co-ordinated with respect to the Ordnance Survey national grid at 1st or 2nd order level. Levels shall be derived from bench marks of a similar accuracy. Markers, reference points and monuments for the survey may vary in composition from Hilti or road nails in concrete, to steel pins to c oncrete monuments. Material for monument ation shall be chosen in regard to the terrain and situation that exists at the site of the survey and be approved by COMPA NY. The primary network of survey monuments shall be constructed using markers t hat will remain in serviceable condition for up to 3 years. The location of the monuments shall be chos en to offer both convenience to the project and protection for t he monument. Base line monuments will be used to establish the location of the centre-line of the entire project. Benchmarks for elevation control shall be located on the most permanent and stable base convenient to the site. Horizontal and vertical control monuments shall be placed at intervals of not more than 500m or as directed by the COMPA NY.

6.6

Survey Control Measurements

The CONTRA CTOR shall carry out the WORK using modern GPS systems combined, where necessary (e.g. where GPS signal masking occurs), with Total Station and precise level technology. GPS control survey shall be carried out using a minimum of two dual frequency receivers. Final locations shall be computed using post-processed static techniques with a minimum of two vectors being used t o co-ordinate any new survey station. Equipment, data collection process, compilation and reporting format shall be subject to the approval of COMPA NY prior to implementation. E ach surveyor shall be responsible for locating the designated dat a and collecting data for subsequent RTK post-processing.

6.7

Primary Control

A primary cont rol network of survey stations is required that extends to the geographic limits of this project. The CONTRA CTOR shall tie-in to a sufficient number of primary geodetic control points required to meet positioning tolerances and ensure consistency within the geodetic network. The CONTRA CTOR shall devise the appropriate network plan, and shall utilise existing national survey stations. Values for existing national control stations shall be obtained by the CONTRA CTOR. At least three horizontal and three vertical geodetic control point ties shall be made t o first or second order national survey stations from primary control stations. Sufficient baseli nes shall be independently measured to ensure that all new control stations are established as an over-determined solution. The CONTRA CTOR shall liaise with COMPA NY as to existing monuments that may be available. All existing local horizontal and vertical control station descriptions shall be included in the final report. Station markers shall be made clearly visible and able to be located by any third party using the station description sheet.

6.8

Secondary Control

Secondary net work stations shall be established as required to complete the field survey work. Such stations shall be tied into the primary network and full station descriptions (including witness marks) provided to the COMPANY.

Ki ngs nor th C C S D emons tr ati on Pr oj ec t T he i nfor mati on c ontai ned i n thi s doc ument ( the Infor mati on ) i s pr ovi ded i n g ood fai th. E.ON U K pl c , i ts s ubc ontr ac tors , s ubsi di ari es , affi li ates , empl oyees , advi s ers , and the D epar tment of Ener g y and Cl i mate C han g e ( D EC C) make no r epr es entati on or warr anty as to the ac c ur ac y, r eli abil ity or c ompl etenes s of the In for mati on and nei ther E.ON U K pl c nor any of i ts s ubc ontr ac tor s , s ubs i di ari es , affil i ates , empl oyees , advi s er s or D EC C s hall have any l i abi li ty whats oever for any di r ec t or i ndi r ec t l os s hows oever ar i s i ng fr om the us e of the Infor mati on by any par ty.

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6.9

Calibration and Check Survey

The accuracy of primary and secondary control shall be determined by the CONTRACTOR to meet the requirements of the topographic survey. The CONTRA CTOR shall: Keep GPS, electronic and optical surveying instruments in close adjustment according to manufacturers specifications or in compliance to textbook standards. Ensure that electronic distance measuring devices are compared to a bas e line, measured by static GPS or a standardized or calibrated tape, at least every six months. Field measurements of angles and distance s hall be done in such fashion as to satisfy the closures and tolerances expressed above.

6.10 Level Control


Local vertical control shall be undertaken using double measurement techniques (forward and reverse) using control dat a obtained from the national mapping authority. A minimum of 2 vertical control points shall be used at the terminations of the routes and t wo further points along the route section.

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PRESENTATION OF DATA General

Surveys will include, but are not limited to, the proper location, monumentation, description of roadways, highways, and railways; transmission lines for communications, fuel, oil, gas, chemical, water and electrical needs; canals, wat erways, drainage ditches and sewers. The survey map shall represent the information gathered during the survey and shall be generated using aut omated CA D technology compatible with those utilised by COMPANY.

7.2

General Data Format

Unless stated otherwise, all text, dimensions, test data, results and all other information relating to the WORK shall be expressed in English and referenced to SI units. COMPA NY will supply blocks of numbers for the production of drawings. The final deliverable of the dat a collected from the topographical survey shall be delivered as one complete model file. CONTRA CTOR shall provide the first 2km of t he survey as soon as possible after commencement and t his data will be us ed for checking and QC purposes. COMPANY reserves the right to alter size type and representation of data provide d by the CONTRACTOR. All linear features shall be present ed as a 3D polyline and all non-linear features shall be presented as 3D points. All features defining closed boundaries of data shall be repres ented as 3D polygons. All data shall be supplied in AutoCA D R2004 format (i.e. dwg files); All drawing objects are to be drawn in model space at a scale of 1:1 (i.e. AutoCAD units = 1m). INSUNITS (A utoCA D setting) to be s et to the value of 6, which defines the drawing as metres; All entities are to be in colour BY LAYER and line type BY LAYER; All entity groups i.e. trees are to be on separate layers; All point data i.e. trees are to be defined as a block and have attributes assigned; All polyline data i.e. field boundaries are to be one continuous polyline with no slope line shown. i.e. tracks and roads are to be define d by a continuous polylines. All polylines are to have text on the line describing the entity in the field; All polygon dat a i.e. owner boundaries are to be a closed polygon with all text pertaining to the polygon within the boundary;

Ki ngs nor th C C S D emons tr ati on Pr oj ec t T he i nfor mati on c ontai ned i n thi s doc ument ( the Infor mati on ) i s pr ovi ded i n g ood fai th. E.ON U K pl c , i ts s ubc ontr ac tors , s ubsi di ari es , affi li ates , empl oyees , advi s ers , and the D epar tment of Ener g y and Cl i mate C han g e ( D EC C) make no r epr es entati on or warr anty as to the ac c ur ac y, r eli abil ity or c ompl etenes s of the In for mati on and nei ther E.ON U K pl c nor any of i ts s ubc ontr ac tor s , s ubs i di ari es , affil i ates , empl oyees , advi s er s or D EC C s hall have any l i abi li ty whats oever for any di r ec t or i ndi r ec t l os s hows oever ar i s i ng fr om the us e of the Infor mati on by any par ty.

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CONTRA CTOR shall adopt the layering convention as detailed in the following table: Layer Name P_Route F_River_Bank F_River_WL F_Road F_Track F_Ditch F_Railway_Easement F_Railway_Track F_Tree F_Field F_Building F_Fence F_Wall F_Well F_River_HW F_Spot Height F_Feature F_Bench_Mark S_Water_A G S_Water_UG S_Oil_AG S_Oil_UG S_Gas_AG S_Gas_UG S_Elec_OH S_Elec_Pole S_Elec_UG S_Tele_OH S_Tele_Pole S_Tele_UG Enti ty Type 3D Polyline 3D Polyline 3D Polyline 3D Polyline 3D Polyline 3D Polyline 3D Polyline 3D Polyline Point 3D Polyline 3D Polyline 2D Polyline 3D Polyline Point 2D Polyline Point Point / 2D Polyline Point 3D Polyline 3D Polyline 3D Polyline 3D Polyline 3D Polyline 3D Polyline 3D Polyline Point 3D Polyline 3D Polyline Point 3D Polyline Description Cent reline of pipeline route Top of river bank River water level Edge of Road Edge of Track Cent reline of ditch Railway boundary Cent reline of railway lines Trees Field boundaries Buildings Fence lines Walls Wells High Water Level Spot Height (Point co-ordinate = elevation) Other Significant Features Bench Marks Above ground water pipelines Underground water pipelines Above ground oil pipelines Underground oil pipelines Above ground gas pipelines Underground gas pipelines Overhead electricity lines Electrical Poles Underground electricity lines Overhead telecom lines Telegraph poles Underground telecom lines

7.3

File Identification
Project Document Numbering Guidelines and Procedure [S5]

All documents / drawings shall be numbered in accordanc e with the following COMPANY procedure: KCP-ARP -PMG-PRO-0010

7.4

Special Crossings and Pipeline Valve Station Sites 7.4.1 Surveyed Mapping Data

The surveyed mapping data shall illustrate the following: Natural feat ures, including but not limited to, water gullies, river crossings etc including water level and bed level; Existing man-made features, including but not limited to; houses, schools, plantations, vegetation, electric lines (including the cable height for overhead lines), water pipes, roads and future roads, bridges etc. An attribute shall be shown which provides a brief description; New and existing survey monuments;

Ki ngs nor th C C S D emons tr ati on Pr oj ec t T he i nfor mati on c ontai ned i n thi s doc ument ( the Infor mati on ) i s pr ovi ded i n g ood fai th. E.ON U K pl c , i ts s ubc ontr ac tors , s ubsi di ari es , affi li ates , empl oyees , advi s ers , and the D epar tment of Ener g y and Cl i mate C han g e ( D EC C) make no r epr es entati on or warr anty as to the ac c ur ac y, r eli abil ity or c ompl etenes s of the In for mati on and nei ther E.ON U K pl c nor any of i ts s ubc ontr ac tor s , s ubs i di ari es , affil i ates , empl oyees , advi s er s or D EC C s hall have any l i abi li ty whats oever for any di r ec t or i ndi r ec t l os s hows oever ar i s i ng fr om the us e of the Infor mati on by any par ty.

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Trans verse profiles location (for roads); Special Crossings; Other significant features (i.e. archaeology, religious sites); Co-ordinates of all bench marks shown next to the symbol. (The referenced elevations shall be rounded to and shown to the nearest 1cm). Spot elevations shown to the nearest 1cm. Cont our lines s hall be at 0.20m (minor), 1m (major) vertical intervals and s hall be labelled with the correct elevation above a specified reference dat um.

7.4.2

Special Crossing Drawings

CONTRA CTOR shall prepare detailed surveys and drawings for s pecific pipeline c rossings and will include all road, rail and river crossings plus any additional locations as required by COMPA NY. Drawings shall be made for crossing existing roads and new roads that will be constructed as part of this Project. The area to be s urveyed shall extend 50m both sides of the pipeline axis and 50m from road, railroad, river, wat ercourses, pipeline or cable boundaries. In case of t wo or more parallel lines the 50m widths are taken from the centre lines of the extreme pipeline. Details of these special crossings will be incorporated into 1:500 Plan and Profile drawings (1:500 Horizont al and 1:200 Vertical). Drawings will be produced to show all data and topographical information gathered during t he s urvey of crossings. COMPANY will supply the format for these drawings.

7.4.3

Pipeline Valve Station Drawing

CONTRA CTOR shall prepare detailed surveys and drawings for the pipeline valve station identified by COMPANY. The area to be surveyed shall extend 30m beyond the site boundary area identified by COMPA NY or as otherwise directed. Details of t he pipeline valve station area will be incorporated in 1:250 drawin gs which show all data and topographical information gathered during the survey.

7.5

Pipeline Route

Services and utility information supplied by COMPANY is for information only and shall be checked on site and where necessary updated accordingly. CONTRA CTOR shall produce preliminary alignment sheets at a scale of 1:2500. Scale for the ground elevation profile in cross section along the pipe axis shall be: 1:2500 1:250 horizontal vertical

COMPA NY will supply the format for these drawings. In addition to the mapping data referenced in Section 7.4, the surveyed pipeline route maps shall include the following: Recorded points at every change in horizontal alignment (IP). Incorporation of match lines bet ween each alignment drawing.

The pipeline mapping data shall be transmitted by E-mail and submitted in electronic format to COMPA NY each week as the WORK progresses. If it transpires that files are too large to be transmitted by E -Mail then a back up solution using CD ROM s hall be implemented. The break between mapping sections shall be clearly identified using match lines allowing a continuous pipeline corridor to be produc ed without the loss of data.
Ki ngs nor th C C S D emons tr ati on Pr oj ec t T he i nfor mati on c ontai ned i n thi s doc ument ( the Infor mati on ) i s pr ovi ded i n g ood fai th. E.ON U K pl c , i ts s ubc ontr ac tors , s ubsi di ari es , affi li ates , empl oyees , advi s ers , and the D epar tment of Ener g y and Cl i mate C han g e ( D EC C) make no r epr es entati on or warr anty as to the ac c ur ac y, r eli abil ity or c ompl etenes s of the In for mati on and nei ther E.ON U K pl c nor any of i ts s ubc ontr ac tor s , s ubs i di ari es , affil i ates , empl oyees , advi s er s or D EC C s hall have any l i abi li ty whats oever for any di r ec t or i ndi r ec t l os s hows oever ar i s i ng fr om the us e of the Infor mati on by any par ty.

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8 8.1
1)

REPORTING AND MEETINGS Documentation Requirements


Within one (1) week of contract award: Project Specific Quality Plan Healt h, Safety and Emergency Plan Technical Method Statement Primary Survey Control Plan Equipment Itinerary Survey Progress Report Proforma

CONTRA CTOR shall provide the Contract Deliverables as defined in this Section.

2)

Each week following commencement of field survey work: One (1) electronic copy of pipeline mapping data of completed surveyed route One (1) hard copy of current crossing schedule One (1) hard copy of current survey monument schedule

3)

Within five (5) weeks following completion of field survey work: Two (2) CD ROM disc sets (sent separat ely). CD ROM t o contain the pipeline rout e preliminary alignment sheets, special crossing data, station site data, field survey data and text files of the complete centre line survey (x, y, z co-ordinates), held in separate directories which are to be suitably titled. Three (3) hard copies of the survey control schedule Two (2) hard copies of the final survey report

8.2

Schedule

CONTRA CTOR shall provide a bar chart schedule showing the manpower required by time interval for each activity and shall reflect percent of schedule completion by time interval.

8.3

Daily Reports

The CONTRACTOR shall fully document all phases of the WORK, in a responsible and diligent manner. The CONTRA CTORS field survey personnel shall establish daily contact with COMPA NY for progress reporting and quality control feedback. The CONTRA CTOR shall prepare a Daily Survey Log for COMPANY. The Daily Survey Log shall be available for inspecti on at all times. The Daily Survey Logs shall form the basis of the Activity Log of the Daily Progress Report. The CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for safe custody of the field events log, a copy of which shall be submitted to COMPA NY on completion of the Survey. A Daily Progress Report (DPR) shall be compiled by the CONTRA CTOR on a daily basis and presented to COMPANY for review and comment. The DPR shall include, as a minimum: Activity Log; Breakdown of hours report ed by activity; Significant events; Intentions for next days work; Weather conditions for past 24 hours and forecast for next 24 hour period; Any revision to the original survey team listing (issued at mobilisation); Safety comments; Survey Co-ordinator comments; COMPA NY comments; Disputed items; Photos of calibration points and points of interest such as crossing points.

Ki ngs nor th C C S D emons tr ati on Pr oj ec t T he i nfor mati on c ontai ned i n thi s doc ument ( the Infor mati on ) i s pr ovi ded i n g ood fai th. E.ON U K pl c , i ts s ubc ontr ac tors , s ubsi di ari es , affi li ates , empl oyees , advi s ers , and the D epar tment of Ener g y and Cl i mate C han g e ( D EC C) make no r epr es entati on or warr anty as to the ac c ur ac y, r eli abil ity or c ompl etenes s of the In for mati on and nei ther E.ON U K pl c nor any of i ts s ubc ontr ac tor s , s ubs i di ari es , affil i ates , empl oyees , advi s er s or D EC C s hall have any l i abi li ty whats oever for any di r ec t or i ndi r ec t l os s hows oever ar i s i ng fr om the us e of the Infor mati on by any par ty.

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The jointly signed DPR shall be deemed a contractual document and agreed factual statements may therefore not be disputed afterwards.

8.4

Weekly Report

The CONTRA CTOR shall prepare a weekly report for COMPANY to review, which shall highlight progress and problems envisaged. This report may be of a brief nat ure.

8.5

Final Reporting

No later than two (2) weeks after completion of data collection, the CONTRACTOR shall provide draft final reports and map sheets for COMPA NY approval. The format of the Final Report shall be proposed by CONTRACTOR for COMPANY acceptance during pre-s urvey submissions. The format may be modified during post -survey discussions, taking into consideration the extent of the actual survey. The Final Report shall address the following: 1) 2) 3) 4) Introduction and Summary; Scope of Work (specified and achieved); Deviations and Conc essions. Description of the Work including: Survey overview; Horiz ontal and Vertical positioning systems; Equipment layouts /configurations; Description of survey instrument ation, including scales, sensitivity settings, calibrations and operating parameters; Survey procedures, including a quality statement covering sufficiency and accuracy of dat a gathered; a comparison of data from survey line crossings, and a discussion of any problems affecting data acquisition or interpretation. Survey Results: topographic, level and detail survey data; Detailed survey charts meeting the requirements; Chart Descriptions; Three-dimensional DTM data, pres ented in ASCII format; Log of events covering all relevant information in chronological order; Personnel; Equipment calibration certificates; Photos of calibration points and points of interest.

5) 6) 7) 8) 9) 10) 11) 12)

A draft issue of the final report shall be issued to COMPANY in electronic format, on separate CD or DVD media. This will include draft issue copies of all drawings. COMPA NY will issue comments on the draft issue report to CONTRA CTOR. The CONTRACTOR shall incorporate these comments into the issue of the Final Report. Following the comment cycle on the draft Final Report submission, the CONTRA CTOR shall issue 2 copies of the Final Report in electronic form (CD) and two hard copy versions.

8.6

Induction Meeting

CONTRA CTOR participation in certain non-productive activities shall be required. Thes e activities shall include, but not be limited to indoctrination and orientation of all CONTRACTOR employ ees prior to commencing work within the Kingsnorth Power Station site. This shall include the entire labour force and all new hires.

Ki ngs nor th C C S D emons tr ati on Pr oj ec t T he i nfor mati on c ontai ned i n thi s doc ument ( the Infor mati on ) i s pr ovi ded i n g ood fai th. E.ON U K pl c , i ts s ubc ontr ac tors , s ubsi di ari es , affi li ates , empl oyees , advi s ers , and the D epar tment of Ener g y and Cl i mate C han g e ( D EC C) make no r epr es entati on or warr anty as to the ac c ur ac y, r eli abil ity or c ompl etenes s of the In for mati on and nei ther E.ON U K pl c nor any of i ts s ubc ontr ac tor s , s ubs i di ari es , affil i ates , empl oyees , advi s er s or D EC C s hall have any l i abi li ty whats oever for any di r ec t or i ndi r ec t l os s hows oever ar i s i ng fr om the us e of the Infor mati on by any par ty.

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FACILITIES AND UTILITIES FURNISHED BY CONTRACTOR

CONTRA CTOR shall supply, install, properly maintain and remove all temporary facilities and utilities as and when necessary for full and complete performance of the Work. Such items shall include, but not be limited to those items listed below. The type of facilities, move-in and move-out dat es, and locations on jobsite shall be subject to approval by COMPA NY. Adequate weather tight storage for of materials, tools and equipment that may be subject to damage by weather; All temporary buildings, including changing rooms (if required); Fuels and lubricants; All necessary heating and any heating fuels; Trans port ation facilities; Communication facilities; Survey equipment; Snow removal and frost protection, if necessary; Water supply including potable wat er; All necessary permits; All safety items necessary to perform the WORK; First aid facilities and servic es.

Ki ngs nor th C C S D emons tr ati on Pr oj ec t T he i nfor mati on c ontai ned i n thi s doc ument ( the Infor mati on ) i s pr ovi ded i n g ood fai th. E.ON U K pl c , i ts s ubc ontr ac tors , s ubsi di ari es , affi li ates , empl oyees , advi s ers , and the D epar tment of Ener g y and Cl i mate C han g e ( D EC C) make no r epr es entati on or warr anty as to the ac c ur ac y, r eli abil ity or c ompl etenes s of the In for mati on and nei ther E.ON U K pl c nor any of i ts s ubc ontr ac tor s , s ubs i di ari es , affil i ates , empl oyees , advi s er s or D EC C s hall have any l i abi li ty whats oever for any di r ec t or i ndi r ec t l os s hows oever ar i s i ng fr om the us e of the Infor mati on by any par ty.

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COMPANY SUPPLIED INFORMATION

COMPA NY shall provide CONTRA CTOR with the following information and services during execution of the WORK: Onshore pipeline route map(s), (HOLD2) [S1] defining the pipeline rout e centreline and the corridor to be surveyed; Preliminary special crossing schedule, (HOLD3) [S2]; Preliminary coordinates illustrating the location of the proposed tie-ins and pipeline valve station site(s); Drawing templates for the production of alignment sheets and special crossing drawings; COMPA NY organisation charts and details of personnel who will interface with CONTRA CTOR; E.ON Project Environmental Management Plan, (HOLD4) [S3].

The pipeline route as indicated on the drawings is provided for information and may be subject to local re-routing during execution of the WORK as directed by COMPANY.

Ki ngs nor th C C S D emons tr ati on Pr oj ec t T he i nfor mati on c ontai ned i n thi s doc ument ( the Infor mati on ) i s pr ovi ded i n g ood fai th. E.ON U K pl c , i ts s ubc ontr ac tors , s ubsi di ari es , affi li ates , empl oyees , advi s ers , and the D epar tment of Ener g y and Cl i mate C han g e ( D EC C) make no r epr es entati on or warr anty as to the ac c ur ac y, r eli abil ity or c ompl etenes s of the In for mati on and nei ther E.ON U K pl c nor any of i ts s ubc ontr ac tor s , s ubs i di ari es , affil i ates , empl oyees , advi s er s or D EC C s hall have any l i abi li ty whats oever for any di r ec t or i ndi r ec t l os s hows oever ar i s i ng fr om the us e of the Infor mati on by any par ty.

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Reference Documents
KCP-HOLD2 KCP-HOLD3 KCP-HOLD4 Onshore Pipeline Route Maps Preliminary Special Crossing Schedule E.ON Project Environmental Management Plan

Geometric Geodetic Accuracy Standards and Specifications for Using GPS Relative Positioning Techniques , Federal Geodetic Control Committee; Version 5.0: M ay 11, 1988, or latest edition. KCP-ARP -PMG-PRO-0010 Project Document Numbering Guidelines and Procedure

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Ki ngs nor th C C S D emons tr ati on Pr oj ec t T he i nfor mati on c ontai ned i n thi s doc ument ( the Infor mati on ) i s pr ovi ded i n g ood fai th. E.ON U K pl c , i ts s ubc ontr ac tors , s ubsi di ari es , affi li ates , empl oyees , advi s ers , and the D epar tment of Ener g y and Cl i mate C han g e ( D EC C) make no r epr es entati on or warr anty as to the ac c ur ac y, r eli abil ity or c ompl etenes s of the In for mati on and nei ther E.ON U K pl c nor any of i ts s ubc ontr ac tor s , s ubs i di ari es , affil i ates , empl oyees , advi s er s or D EC C s hall have any l i abi li ty whats oever for any di r ec t or i ndi r ec t l os s hows oever ar i s i ng fr om the us e of the Infor mati on by any par ty.