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PT Caltex Pacific Indonesia

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SP-EL-EE-001
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SEPT 21, 2001


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SPECIFICATION

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GENERAL SPECIFICATION : ELECTRICAL

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TABLE OF CONTENT 1. GENERAL .......................................................................................................................... 3 1.1. 1.2. 1.3. 1.4. 1.5. 2. Scope........................................................................................................................ 3 References................................................................................................................. 3 Terminology.............................................................................................................. 5 Submittals................................................................................................................. 5 Site Conditions.......................................................................................................... 8

PRODUCT .......................................................................................................................... 9 2.1. 2.2. 2.3. 2.4. 2.5. 2.6. 2.7. 2.8. 2.9. 2.10. 2.11. 2.12. 2.13. 2.14. 2.15. 2.16. 2.17. 2.18. 2.19. 2.20. 2.21. 2.22. 2.23. 2.24. 2.25. 2.26. 2.27. General..................................................................................................................... 9 Design Summary ....................................................................................................... 9 Design Requirements............................................................................................... 10 Voltage Regulation.................................................................................................. 12 Transformer Selection.............................................................................................. 12 Operating Philosophy .............................................................................................. 13 Protective Relaying.................................................................................................. 14 UPS........................................................................................................................ 14 Electrical Equipment Spacing Requirement............................................................... 15 Switchgear.............................................................................................................. 16 Power Transformers................................................................................................ 16 Motor Controllers.................................................................................................... 17 Grounding............................................................................................................... 18 Lighting.................................................................................................................. 20 Conduit and Conduit Fittings ................................................................................... 21 Cable Trays............................................................................................................. 23 Power and Control Wiring....................................................................................... 24 Control Systems Instrumentation .............................................................................. 24 Receptacles............................................................................................................. 26 Station Building....................................................................................................... 26 Power Pole Distribution System ............................................................................... 26 Recloser.................................................................................................................. 27 Load Break Switch................................................................................................... 27 Capacitor Bank ....................................................................................................... 28 Fuse Cut Out........................................................................................................... 28 Arrestor.................................................................................................................. 28 Underground Cable Installation ............................................................................... 28

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EXECUTION .................................................................................................................... 29 3.1. 3.2. Field Quality Control............................................................................................... 29 Safety...................................................................................................................... 29

OPTIONAL ATTACHEMENTS FOR THIS SPECIFICATION:

ADDENDUM 1: Project Specific Clarifications & Requirements

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GENERAL 1.1. Scope 1.1.1. Scope of Specification. This specification covers the minimum requirement for the electrical design, selection and protection of electrical equipment, materia ls, installation, and field checkout of a complete electrical system. Design Basis for the electrical system design is outlined in Engineering Design Basis document. Overall Scope of Work is as outlined in the EPC Contract technical requirements.

1.1.2. 1.1.3. 1.2.

References 1.2.1. Related and Specification The following listed project specifications shall serve as an attachment to this document as a design basis: Procedures #: ? ? PP-EL-EE-001 ? ? PP-EL-EE-002 ? ? PP-EL-EE-003 ? ? PP-EL-EE-004 ? ? PP-EL-EE-006 Specification #: ? ? SP-EL-EE-001 ? ? SP-EL-EE-002
? ? SP-EL-EE-003 ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?

Description Electrical Above Ground Installation Electrical Under Ground Installation Power Pole and Powerline Fabrication and Installation Electrical Pre-commissioning Procedures Electrical Energizing Procedures Description General Specification: Electrical Distribution Class Pad Mounted Power Transformer Below 2500KVA Substation Class Pad Mounted Power Transformer Above 2500KVA Pole Mounted Unit Transformer Induction Motor , Below 200HP Induction Motor , Above 200HP Low Voltage Switchgear, MCC and Bus Duct. Medium Voltage Switchgear, MCC and Bus Duct Un-interruptible Power Supply (UPS) Automatic Recloser Capacitor Bank Distribution Panel Board Safety Switch, Circuit Breaker and Local Control Powerline Hardware Low Voltage Power Cable (0.6/1 kV) Medium Voltage Power Cable (13.8 kV) Wire Power Conductor Cable Tray Lighting and Fixtures 480 volt Variable Frequency Drive Medium Voltage Variable Frequency Drive

SP-EL-EE-004 SP-EL-EE-005 SP-EL-EE-006 SP-EL-EE-007 SP-EL-EE-008 SP-EL-EE-009 SP-EL-EE-010 SP-EL-EE-011 SP-EL-EE-012 SP-EL-EE-013 SP-EL-EE-014 SP-EL-EE-015 SP-EL-EE-016 SP-EL-EE-017 SP-EL-EE-018 SP-EL-EE-019 SP-EL-EE-020 SP-EL-EE-021

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General Specification Electrical SP-EL-EE-001 Rev. 1

? ? SP-EL-EE-022

Switchboard

The following listed existing COMPANY drawings shall serve as attachments to this document, or other construction standards as specified by COMPANY: Drawing #: ? ? CP-GN-EE- ? ? CP-GN-EE-
? ? CP-GN-EE- ? ? CP-GN-EE- ? ? CP-GN-EE- ? ? CP-GN-EE- ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?

CP-GN-EE- CP-GN-EE- CP-GN-EE- CP-GN-EE- CP-GN-EE- CP-GN-EE-

? ? CP-GN-EE- ? ? CP-GN-EE- ? ? CP-GN-EE-

Description Electrical Legend and Symbol Standard Pole Design Tangent Power Pole Type A 13.8 kV distribution System Standard Pole Design 6o-30o angle Power Pole Type B 13.8 kV distribution System Standard Pole Design 6 o -30 o angle Power Pole Type C 13.8 kV distribution System Standard Pole Design 6 o -30 o angle Power Pole Type D 13.8 kV distribution System Standard Pole Design 6 o -30 o angle Power Pole Type E 13.8 kV distribution System Installation Detail Crossing Pole Installation Detail of Pole Mounted Transformer Installation Detail of Recloser Typical Installation of Capacitor Bank Installation Detail of Load Break Switch Typical Installation Detail of Substation Motor Control Center and Metal Enclosed Busduct Typical Installation Detail of Electrical Work Typical Installation Detail of Lighting and Receptacle Work Typical Installation Detail of Lightning Protection and Grounding

Note: ? ? () to be filled by COMPANY. 1.2.2. Codes and Standard Publications listed below form part of this specif ication. Each publication shall be the latest revision and addendum in effect on the date this specification is issued for construction unless noted otherwise. Except as modified by the requirements specified herein or the details of the drawings, Work inc luded in this specification shall conform to the applicable provisions of these publications. 1.2.2.1 1.2.2.2 1.2.2.3 1.2.2.4 1.2.2.5 1.2.2.6 1.2.2.7 1.2.2.8 ANSI (American National Standards Institute) API (American Petroleum Institute) ICEA (Insulated Cable Engineers Association) IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Ele ctronics Engineers) IES (Illuminating Engineering Society) NEMA (National Electrical Manufacturers Association) NEC (National Electrical Code) (NFPA 70 ) NETA (National Electrical Testing Association)

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1.2.2.9 1.2.2.10 1.2.3.

NFPA (National Fire Protection Association) COMPANY Safety-in-Design Manual

Any conflict between drawings, specifications and other documents shall be brought to COMPANYs attention. In general, the most stringent requirement will apply.

1.3.

Terminology 1.3.1. COMPANY Refers to PT. CALTEX PACIFIC INDONESIA, as the ultimate user and owner, the authorized representative of COMPANY or COMPANY third party inspection. 1.3.2. CONTRACTOR Refers to company selected by COMPANY, which may be responsible for the detailed engineering design, material and equipment procurement, and construction as specified by Contract, Scope of Work, or Work order. 1.3.3. Vendor Refers to the company selected by COMPANY or CONTRACTOR, which is responsible for the purchase agreement or purchase order of the goods/services specified in this specification Notes: ? ? For EPC (Engineering, Procurement and Construction) project purposes: The terminology shall have the meanings as above. ? ? For Direct Procurement by COMPANY purposes: Vendor shall also be responsible as CONTRACTOR.

1.4.

Conflicting Requirements 1.4.1. In case of conflict between this Specification and its associated Specifications and the above Codes and Standards, the Vendor shall bring the matter to the COMPANYs attention for resolution and approval in writing. However, the most stringent requirement shall apply. Should conflicts exist between this specification and other documents, the following order of precedence shall govern: ? ? Scope of Work ? ? Data Sheets. ? ? This Specification ? ? Other COMPANY Specifications ? ? Other Referenced Publications ? ? Approved for Construction Drawings
? ? Vendors Code

1.4.2.

1.5.

Submittals 1.5.1. Manufacturer's drawings for major items of electrical equipment shall include, but not be limited to the following:

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? ? ? ? ? ? ? ?

Dimensional outline drawings. Floor plans, including anchor bolt locations. Equipment weight. Three-line, internal connection and schematic and/or elementary wiring diagrams, and interconnection diagram. ? ? Bills of material describing components of multi component equipment. 1.5.2. 1.5.3. Unless specifically directed otherwise, COMPANY standard format and symbols, which generally follow the ANSI, shall be used. Construction drawings shall include, but not be limited to, the following: 1.5.3.1 One-line diagrams (diagrammatic) showing power distribution from the incoming source to the ultimate motor loads, lighting panels, and other electrical users. Secondary selective substation including Motor Control Centre. Overall electrical distribution network. Electrical distribution network (plot plant oriented) showing outline of poles, locations of transformers, reclosers, load break switches, capacitors, etc. Typical power pole drawings. Installation details of power pole and pole mounted equipment such as transformer, recloser etc. Tie in detail for connection to the existing power line. Take off pole detail for tapping from 13.8 kV line. Hazardous Area classification at off plot and on plot area. Plot plans showing underground cable trenches, overhead conduit and cable tray, and the location and identification of major electrical equipment in on-plot area and well site. Installation details for major equipment, junction boxes, pull boxes, panel boards, field instruments, and similar items. Physical location and identification of each underground cable trenches (duct bank sections) and cable tray layout Conduit and cable schedule showing conduit number, wire number, conductor size, length, type of insulation and, if shielded, type of jacket; and number of wires in the conduit, and location of both conductors ends. Elementary wiring diagrams for motor control circuits and instrument circuits. One typical diagram may be used for identical control schemes with approval from COMPANY. The normally open and normally closed position of switch and relay contacts shall be clearly designated with respect to the actuating conditions, for alarm and shutdown signal normally close contact is preferred.

1.5.3.2 1.5.3.3 1.5.3.4

1.5.3.5 1.5.3.6 1.5.3.7 1.5.3.8 1.5.3.9 1.5.3.10

1.5.3.11 1.5.3.12 1.5.3.13

1.5.3.14

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1.5.3.15 1.5.3.16 1.5.3.17 1.5.3.18 1.5.3.19 1.5.3.20 1.5.3.21 1.5.4. 1.5.4.1

Connection wiring diagrams for control, alarm, and instrument circuits. Loop diagram of all instruments connected to junction boxes, motor control centre and PLC. Marshalling / Interposing relay panel. Schedules for panel boards and lighting fixtures. Grounding and lightning protection drawings. Lighting drawings, including Illumination Drawings. Control Panel Scematics CONTRACTOR shall prepare new project specification using COMPANY project specification listed in section 1.2.1 as a basis. (CONTRACTOR shall review COMPANY specifications and revise them to meet the project requirements. CONTRACTOR shall not reproduce these specifications but only attach them with addendum /revision / modificatio n made applicable as). CONTRACTOR shall be furnished with a preliminary set of conceptual COMPANY Electrical project specifications and drawings, which shall serve as an attachment to this document and shall be used as basis for preparing required detailed engineering documents with COMPANY approval. These documents shall not be reproduced and used for detailed engineering. New drawings and specifications will be engineered specifically for this project.

Project Specifications.

1.5.4.2

CONTRACTOR shall develop new specifications such as: ? ? Construction specifications ? ? Tie in procedures ? ? Other required specifications

1.5.5.

Studies and Calculations. It is responsibility of CONTRACTOR to carry out all design calculations to confirm all design details. This shall include but not limited to sizing of the conductor, cable, transformer, bus, fuses, circuit breakers, capacitor, studies on power system and need on voltage regulator, current limiting fuse and breaker. 1.5.5.1 Load list CONTRACTOR shall prepare and keep up to date the load list based on P&ID, process equipment sizing, specifying the following: Equipment number ? ? Service ? ? Operating diversity and demand factor ? ? Motor volt, name plate horse power, brake horse power, synchronous RPM, percent efficiency and power factor at full load ? ? Estimated operating load as shown on FLA, kW, kVAR, kVA ? ? Summary which show the sub total load of main feeder, sub

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feeder, branches transformer, buses both on normal and abnormal conditions. ? ? For initial load forecast see point 2.5.1 below 1.5.5.2 Power system studies It is recommended, when applicable, to use ETAP software in conducting the studies. Power system studies shall include but not limited to: ? ? Load flow and voltage drop ? ? Power factor correction ? ? Short circuit ? ? Motor starting ? ? Protective relay ? ? Grounding System 1.5.5.3 Equipment sizing calculation CONTRACTOR shall ensure that selected equipment is capable to withstand the worst operating condition. 1.5.5.4 Lighting calculations CONTRACTOR shall conduct lighting calculation for outdoor and indoor illumination at On-plot area only. Wellhead area and Off-plot area do not require lighting unless otherwise noted. The lighting lay out drawing shall reflect the result of the lighting calculation. 1.6. Site Conditions 1.6.1. 1.6.2. 1.6.3. 1.6.4. 1.6.5. 1.6.6. Grade Elevation: less than 400 ft above mean sea level. Ambient Temperature: 70 F to 100 F (use 100 F for design). Annual Rainfall: 120 inches/year. Rainfall intensity: 3 inches/hour Wind velocity : 30 mph. Max. Lightning strikes : several time each week. Area Classification 1.6.6.1 Areas, process units, or both shall be classifie d for type and degree of hazard as defined by the NEC, supplemented by the recommendations of NFPA 497 A and B; API RP -500; and NFPA Standard 70 and others, where applicable. Area classification drawings shall be produced for areas and process units as required, and shall indicate the limits, both horizontally and vertically, of classified areas. In situations where a predominate portion of the plant is classified, Class-1 Division-2 Construction, will be employed throughout the plant, if feasible.

1.6.6.2

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1.6.6.3

Electric al equipment and materials for use in classified areas shall be certified by an approved testing authority for the specific classifications, as required by NEC.

2.

PRODUCT 2.1. General 2.1.1. This section describes the design engineering, equipment, material and installa tion for the various sub-systems that are parts of a total plant electrical scope. The power distribution system shall be designed to provide reliable electrical power during all modes of plant operation, including all shutdown conditions. System frequency shall be 60 hertz.

2.1.2.

2.2.

Design Summary Principal Characteristics 2.2.1. Area electrical facility loads shall be supplied from the 115 kV / 13.8 kV Substations using 13.8 kV distribution lines then step down to Lower Voltage System (480 V - 4160 V) using distribution transformer at facility Station. Voltage Requirements Utility voltage shall varied with ? 10 percent nominal voltage. Utility voltage shall be able to start the largest connected motor with a minimum of 75 percent of nominal voltage at the motor terminals while simultaneously supplying the remaining of the connected loads. 2.2.3. Reliability The 13.8 kV network (feeders) shall be designed such that each feeder shall have at least 2-alternatives of incoming power (open loop configuration). While the 480V local distribution system to essential loads (Well Test/Plant/GS Facilities) shall be supplied by double local secondary selective Switchgear. 2.2.4. Flexibility Feeder Network shall be independent and each feeder must able to be isolated from main system without affecting the other feeders. The network shall be expandable for extension to supply new area and be connectable to the adjacent feeder network. 2.2.5. System Calculation Calculations for system short circuit studies, system voltage dips during motor start, and steady state voltage regulations, shall be performed using software programs approved by COMPANY. The Switchgear buses and motor control centers fault duties and large motor starting conditions shall be carefully considered in the selection of transformer sizes and transformer impedance. 2.2.6. Voltages

2.2.2.

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2.2.6.1

Nominal voltage for Plan, wells motor, other facilities and auxiliary apparatus. 13.8 kV 4.16 kV 480- up to 2500 V 480 V, 4160 V 480 V, 240 V, 120 V

Main feeder Voltages Sub-feeder Voltage (local / within a plant) Submergible pump motor (in well) Voltage (depended on size/HP of the motor) Injection pump motor (at surface) Voltage Other surface facilities & aux. Apparatus Voltage 2.2.6.2 BIL Levels

Service Voltage 13.8 kV 4.16 kV 480 V and below

Surge Arrester rating 15 kV 6 kV 750 V

BIL rating 95 kV 60 kV 30 kV

Notes: 1. BIL rating of a Neutral terminal / bushing (if applicable) must be equal to phase BIL rating that related to the neutral. 2. Arrestor ratings are based on: - Metal Oxide type of Arrestor - Resistance grounded system for 13.8kV. - Solidly grounded system for 4.16 kV and lower. 2.3. Design Requirements 2.3.1. System Phasing 2.3.1.1 To maintain a consistent phasing throughout the entire electrical system, connections between transformers, Switchgear, and cables shall be made as follows for a 3-phase, 3 wire system: Transformer Terminal Switchgear Breaker Terminal or Bus Bar H1. A H2 B H3 C X1 X2 X3 XO* A B C N Cable - Phase A or 1 B or 2 C or 3 A or 1 B or 2 C or 3 N or 0

(*) Transformers neutral to be connected to grounding system 2.3.1.2 Switchgear and motor control assembly phasing shall be A-B-C when facing the front of the assembly, as follows ? ? Bus bars: left to right, front to rear, and top to bottom. ? ? Breaker and starter terminals: left to right.

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2.3.2.

Well Site Area Distribution. The primary power to well site shall be at 13.8 kV overhead branches. 13.8 kV / 480-2500V pad-mounted step-down transformer if required complete with aux. transformer and switchboard will be provided for supplying the facilities. Supply to electric submersible pump will be 480-2500 V, as per required system voltage, using direct buried cable from a switchboard to local junction box. Size of transformer and distribution panel board shall be similar for all or maximum two different sizes / types to make easy for repairmen and replacement.

2.3.3.

Power Distribution 13.8 kV For over head conductor size it is limited to two sizes 366.4 MCM Oriole ACSR and 4/0 AWG Penguin ACSR shall be used. CONTRACTOR shall verify and advise COMPANY if this conductor is sufficient or not. If not sufficient it is responsibility of CONTRACTOR to run double conductor. Routing of distribution line shall be along the road to provide maintenance access. Clearance between line conductor and wellhead of new production or injection well shall be 132 feet (40 meters) minimum. Minimum height of line conductor shall 35 ft from road level to provide clearance for rig and other heavy equipment.

2.3.4.

Plant Area From 13.8 kV primary distribution to Plan Area shall be 13.8 kV direct buried cables dual lines tapped from different 13.8 kV overhead branches or as specified by COMPANY. The 480-volt Switchgear line up shall be double ended with automatic transfer features. The Switchgear line up shall provide power for the large motors (if any) and line up of 480-volt motor control centre. The 480 volt substations shall consist of two sets 13.8/0.48 kV pad mounted power transformers, 480 volt Switchgear and motor control centre located at non classified area, connection from transformer secondary to Switchgear shall use metal enclosed bus duct. Distribution within the plant in general shall be through underground cable trenches or cable tray for aboveground system.

2.3.5.

Neutral Grounding Neutrals of wye connected systems are grounded as follows: Winding Voltage 13.8 kV 480 V , 4160 V Grounding Type Low resistant grounding Solid grounding

2.3.6.

Motor. In general, motors shall conform to the following provisions: Horse Power Below Voltage 115 V or 230V Phase 1 phase Enclosure (*2) Explosion proof or TENV

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thru 300 301(*1) thru 1000 Above 1000

460 V 4160 V 4160 V

3 phase 3 phase 3 phase

TEFC WP-I or WP-II or TEFC WP-II or TEFC

Notes : *1. In special case, 300 HP motor may use at 4160 V *2. a. The type of motor enclosure selected, shall conform the Area Classification in which the motor is going to be installed. b. All motors shall be equipped with space heaters. The leads for the space heater shall be brought into a junction box separate from the power junction box. 2.4. Voltage Regulation 2.4.1. The allowable voltage drops in Sections 2.4.2 and 2.4.3 of this specification shall be based on the following: 2.4.1.1 Transformer regulation shall not be considered for normal operating conditions since transformer tap changers will be set to obtain a specified bus voltage level under normal load conditions. Transformer impedance shall be considered for voltage drop calculations during starting of large motors and grouped motor reacceleration. For motor starting voltage drop calculations, the minimum short circuit level at the specific bus shall be used.

2.4.1.2

2.4.1.3 2.4.2.

During Starting of Motors In all cases involving motor starting, the voltage at the motor terminals must be sufficient to ensure proper breakaway and acceleration of the motor. In general, the allowable voltage drop through the system to the source buses during motor starting shall not exceed the following values: ? ? On the bus supplying the primary distribution system (13.8 kV) : 5 percent ? ? On the bus supplying the secondary distribution system (4.16 kV) : 5 percent ? ? On the bus directly supplying a motor (4.16 kV, and 480 volt) :15 percent

2.4.3.

During Normal Operation with the Worst Supply Feeder Condition: The allowable voltage drop in the cables, based on full load, shall not exceed the following values: Secondary distribution feeder cables (4.16 kV and 480 volt) 2 percents Lighting transformer feeders 2 percents Lighting branch circuits between the panel board and 3 percents the most remote fixture or outlet Motor branch circuit 3 percents

2.5.

Transformer Selection The following guidelines shall be used as a basis for selecting transformer capacities based on the initial design load. 2.5.1. Initial Design Load

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2.5.1.1

The initial design load shall consist of the nameplate rating of all normally operating motors; the nameplate rating of motors designated as future on drawings and the mechanical equipment list; and the lighting, air conditioning, heating, and miscellaneous loads. In all cases spare motor will be included in the initial design load. To convert motor horsepower to kVA, use this formula: For 200 hp and below For 250 hp and below For synchronous motors (1.0 PF) 1.00 x HP 0.90 X HP 0.78 x HP

2.5.1.2 2.5.1.3

2.5.1.4

When synchronous motors with a leading power factor are connected to a bus, the resulting leading kVAR shall be considered when calculating the transformer kVA capacity. When the actual data of the motor PF, efficiency, demand factor etc are available, the calculations shall be updated accordingly.

2.5.1.5

2.5.2.

Transformer Capacities 2.5.2.1 Transformers supplying double -ended Switchgear assembly shall be sized so each transformer will be capable of supplying the sum of the initial design loads on the two buses. The initial design load connected to a transformer shall not exceed the following values:
? ? The 131 F (55 C) OA rating on 131 F / 149 F (55 C / 65 C)

2.5.2.2

dual rated transformers (no forced cooling).


? ? The 131F (55C) forced air (FA) rating on 131F / 149F (55 C

/ 65C) transformers.
? ? Ninety percent of the OA or forced cooled rating temperature on

transformers with a single temperature rise. 2.5.3. Short Circuit Levels 2.5.3.1 Maximum available short circuit duties shall not exceed the interrupting and short circuit (momentary) rating of standard metal clad Switchgear. Maximum short circuit level shall include contribution from all normally running motors from bus A and bus B (Tiebreaker close).

2.5.3.2 2.6.

Operating Philosophy The guiding philosophy is to prevent a single failure from causing a loss of production. This was achieved by using redundant feeder, transformer and busses. For the primary networks 13.8kV open loop configuration and for essential 480 V loads, secondary selective configuration are selected. 2.6.1. 13.8 kV Network

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2.6.1.1 2.6.1.2 2.6.1.3 2.6.1.4 2.6.1.5 2.6.2.

All load break switches supplying sub feeders shall be in normally close position. All recloser that supplying branches shall be in normally close position. All load break switch connecting branch circuit to alternate sub feeder shall be normally open. When main supply fail, transfer to alternate supply shall be done manually after isolating the faulty section. Recloser will be equipped with remote radio and control system for remote tripping via PG & T s SCADA.

480 V Secondary Selective Double-ended load center bus ties shall be normally open. Each transformer shall be sized to carry full load of both buses. Should one of the feeder or transformer fail the effected 480 V bus will automatically be transferred and connected to healthy bus by automatically closing the bus tie breaker after the main breaker trip without interruption. Interlock is provided to prevent the connection of faulty bus to the healthy bus when the fault is on bus or load side.

2.7.

Protective Relaying 2.7.1. Primary 13.8 kV Circuit ? ? Recloser : for 13.8kV branch lines and substation class pad mounted transformers (2500 kVA and above) ? ? Fused cut out : for pole mounted transformers and distribution class pad mounted transformers (below 2500 kVA) ? ? Lightning arrester on transformer primary side and all pole -mounted equipment. Transformers Transformers as minimum shall include but not limited to the following protections: ? ? Transformer secondary over current ? ? Sudden pressure (for above 1000 kVA ) ? ? Winding and oil temperature ? ? Neutral over current / ground fault. 2.7.3. Motors 2.7.3.1 2.7.3.2 Low voltage combination motor starters with thermal overload relays are normally used for low voltage motors. Vibration switch / detectors and/or bearing or winding temperature detectors when indicated.

2.7.2.

2.8.

UPS 2.8.1. Plant Control System UPS

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2.8.1.1 2.8.1.2 2.8.1.3 2.8.2.

UPS power supply for the plant control system is located in the PLC building / control room. It is preferred that UPS system has two incoming main supplies from separate source. In case wet type battery is used, batteries shall be installed in a dedicated room. Output voltage is regulated automatically within plus or minus two percent of rated voltage. Output voltage is stable within plus or minus one percent of rated 60 hertz when the inverter is not synchronised to an external AC line. Automatic transfer between UPS module and the regulated alternative power source is achieved within cycle (or less) power interruption on 60-hertz basis. Redundant UPS modules are sized to carry 100 percent of the total of all loads carried on both distribution buses. Batteries are sized to carry 100 percent of the inverter rating for 30 minutes, while operating at a 95 o F (35C) ambient air temperature. Battery chargers for UPS system batteries are sized to recharge a fully discharged battery to a full charge in not more than 8 hours, while supplying 100 percent rated UPS output load.

UPS Output Criteria 2.8.2.1 2.8.2.2 2.8.2.3

2.8.2.4 2.8.3.

Batteries and Chargers 2.8.3.1 2.8.3.2

2.8.4.

Local and Remote Alarm The UPS System shall be equipped with a local alarm panel and a dry contact for the following critical alarms: ? ? Load on Alternate Source ? ? System of Battery ? ? DC Bus Ground ? ? System Over temperature ? ? Low or High DC Battery Voltage ? ? Loss of Inverter

2.9.

Electrical Equipment Spacing Requirement Space Allocation 2.9.1. 2.9.2. 2.9.3. Minimum working clearances around electrical equipment shall be in accordance with NEC requirements and COMPANY Safety in Design manual. Extra space is reserved for operation and maintenance of all electrical components in accordance with the manufacturer's requirements. Main 480 V or 4.16 kV Switchgear rooms are provided with a minimum of 6 feet of spare room length for future addition of Switchgear cubicles, in addition to required working clearance spaces.

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2.9.4. 2.10.

Oil filled transformers are located with their centre lines 25 feet away from the outside of the building wall.

Switchgear 2.10.1. Switchgear shall consist of grouped assemblies of free-standing, vertical, dead-front steel structures containing power buses, removable power circuit breakers, necessary auxiliary control devices, instrument transformers, relays, meters, and control and meter switches. Switchgear assemblies for installation in switching rooms or buildings shall be the indoor types. Switchgear assemblies for installation outdoors shall have weatherproof, birdproof, rodent-proof, fully gasketed enclosures, adequately lighted and ventilated, and shall be provided with space heaters to prevent internal condensation, and shall be NEMA rating appropriate for application as specified by COMPANY. Each power circuit breaker shall be capable of safely interrupting the maximum system short circuit current, at which it may be subjected at the applied voltage level. In general, Switchgear assemblies rated above 600 amperes shall be connected to supply transformers by bus duct. Bus duct shall be completely metal enclosed, weatherproof, non-ventilated type. Medium Voltage Switchgear 2.10.6.1 2.10.6.2 2.10.7. Switchgear rated 4160 volt through 13,800 volt shall be metal-clad type with insulated buses. Circuit breakers shall be draw out type, electrically operated, and shall have stored energy type operators. Switchgear rated 600 volt and below shall be metal enclosed. All buses shall be isolated [or insulated] such that bare bus bars are not exposed when the door is opened or the rear panel is removed. Circuit breakers shall be drawout type, manually or electrically operated, with stored energy type operators. Trip units for manually operated breakers shall be the solid state types with sele ctive characteristics. Manually operated breakers that are tripped by remote devices shall have shunt trip coils. The use of Circuit breakers as motor controllers shall be electrically operated.

2.10.2. 2.10.3.

2.10.4.

2.10.5.

2.10.6.

Low Voltage Switchgear 2.10.7.1

2.10.7.2

2.10.7.3 2.10.7.4 2.10.8.

A detailed equipment specification entitled "Specification for Medium and /or Low Voltage Switchgear & Motor/Feeder Controller" shall be provided for each Contract.

2.11.

Power Transformers

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2.11.1.

Power transformers shall be outdoor types, liquid immersed, 3-phase, delta connected primary and wye-connected secondary windings, and with four 2 percent full capacities no load taps changer, two above and below rated primary voltage. In general, transformers shall have standard impedance. In some cases, higher impedance may be specified to limit short circuit currents to within the standard ratings of manufactured equipment. The neutral point of secondary windings rated 4160 volt and below shall be solidly grounded. In general, cable connected power transformers with primary ratings of 34.5 kV and below shall have an air filled terminal chamber on the primary and a flanged throat for bus duct connection on the secondary. Transformer taps shall be set so that, under no-load conditions, voltage on the secondary shall not exceed 105 percent of the rated voltage. For transformers initial design load guidelines, refer to Section 2.5.1 of this specification. A detailed Specification entitled Specification for Specific Power transformer shall be provided as required for each contract.

2.11.2. 2.11.3.

2.11.4. 2.11.5. 2.11.6. 2.12.

Motor Controllers 2.12.1. Controllers for Medium Voltage Motors . 2.12.1.1 Controllers for medium voltage motors (2300 volt through 4000 volt) shall be NEMA Class E2, current limiting fuse, and magnetic contactor type. For motors beyond the ampere rating of this type of controller, Switchgear type circuit breakers shall be used. Controllers shall be grouped in metal enclosed, free-standing, dead front assemblies. Assemblies for indoor installation shall have NEMA 1 enclosures. Assemblies for outdoor installation shall have NEMA 4X or 3R as specified by Company. Each controller shall be provided with three current transformers, three overload relays, control power transformer, necessary control accessories, and additional protective devices as required for the specific motor. A detailed equipment specification entitled "Specification for Medium Voltage Switchgear & Motor / Feeder Controller" including of controllers for motors and feeders will be provided as required for each Contract. Single Phase Motor Controllers In general, controllers for 120 volts single -phase small motors (fractional HP motor) shall be of manual starters except in special case where magnetic contactor type starters is required. Short circuit breaker shall be located in a lighting panel board.

2.12.1.2

2.12.1.3

2.12.1.4

2.12.2.

Controllers for Low Voltage Motors 2.12.2.1

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2.12.2.2

Three Phase Motor Controllers


? ? Controllers for 3-phase low voltage motors shall be the

combination type consisting of a moulded case air circuit breaker and a magnetic contactor, or a fuse switch with current limiting fuses and a magnetic contactor. Minimum contactor size shall be NEMA Size 1.
? ? As a minimum, each starter shall have three overload relays and a

Control transformer with a fused 120/240 volt secondary.


? ? Motor controllers for indoor unclassified area installations shall be

grouped, metal-enclosed, free-standing, dead-front, back to back installation in MCC. Control Centre with NEMA Type 1B wiring. All starters NEMA size 1 through size 4 shall be plug-in types.
? ? Motor Control Centre type 1 assemblies for outdoor, unclassified

installation shall be essentially as indoor type specification above except with NEMA 4X or 3R as specified by COMPANY, rain-tight, dust-tight, and rodent-proof enclosures.
? ? Motor controllers for installation in outdoor areas may be grouped

on switch-rack. Each controller shall be enclosed in an enclosure listed or approved for the area classification and, when applicable, sealed in accordance with the NEC.
? ? Circuit breakers in combination starters shall have adjustable

magnetic instantaneous-only type trip units.


? ? Circuit breakers for feeders shall have thermal-magnetic type trip

units.
? ? Detailed

equipment specifications for low voltage motor controllers entitled "Specification for Low Voltage Switchgear and Motor Control Centre (480 V)" will be provided as required for each Contract.

2.13.

Grounding 2.13.1. Main Substation 2.13.1.1 A ground grid designed in accordance with IEEE 80 shall be installed at the main station. Grid conductor shall be 4/0 minimum, bare and stranded copper. The grid shall include a perimeter loop located three feet outside and bonded to station fence. Appropria tely sized ground bus and equipment connections shall be installed based on anticipated system ground fault current. Major equipment shall be connected to the ground bus at two points.

2.13.1.2

2.13.2.

Plant Grounding System

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2.13.2.1

A loop grounding system with radial taps to equipment shall be installed. The main ground loop shall be run continuous down both sides of each process area and off-site pipe rack. For buildings and groups of equipment located greater distances from the pipe rack, supplemental number 2/0 AWG loop connected to the main loop shall be used. Isolated equipment, remote from process area, shall be grounded by a local number 2/0 AWG ground loop attached to ground rods. Primary ground electrodes shall be concrete enclosed reinforcing rod, (that is, foundation re-bar). One anchor bolt at each column shall be welded to re-bar. A 2/0 AWG copper jumper shall be installed between ground loop and steel column at selected points. Driven ground rods may be used as supplemental electrodes. The plant grounding system resistance to earth shall not exceed 5 ohms. For isolated conditions, ground electrode resistance to earth shall not exceed 25 ohms. Plant ground loops shall be extended and bonded directly to main station grid at two points. Plant primary feeder cables shall be purchased with ground wires that shall also be tied to the ground bus at the main station and tied by equipment enclosures to the plant ground loops at their termination points. The main ground loop shall be number 2/0 AWG, bare, stranded, soft drawn copper. Connections to unit substation ground bus, substation transformers, Switchgear, and Motor Control Centre shall be 2/0 AWG. Each tap shall be individually connected to the main ground loop or substation ground bus. Below grade grounding conductors shall be buried a minimum of 2 0 and shall be installed with slack between connections. Underground connections shall be exothermic weld type. Exposed grounding connections shall be the mechanical type. Electrical equipment operating above 600 V and enclosures of all power transformers, Switchgear, motor control equipment, and lighting panels shall be wire connected to the main grounding loop. Other electrical equipment operating below 600 V shall be grounded to the MCC ground bus by a grounding conductor at power supply. In general, metal floodlight and streetlight poles, building frames, pipe racks, and large skids with several electrical users shall be wire connected to the main grounding loop. Plant fence and railroad sidings shall be bonded to main grounding loop.

2.13.2.2

2.13.2.3

2.13.2.4

2.13.2.5

2.13.2.6

2.13.2.7

2.13.2.8

2.13.2.9

2.13.2.10 Single or parallel tray runs along a pipe rack shall be grounded at intervals no greater than 200 feet. Trays leaving a pipe rack, tray expansion fittings, and hinge splice plates shall have bonding jumpers installed to ensure raceway continuity.

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2.13.2.11 An insulated ground bus shall be installed in the control room for instrument grounds. This bus shall be isolated from power grounding conductors and building structures. It shall be connected to a cluster of ground rods near the building and from there be tied at one point to the main ground loop. 2.13.3. Computer / Instrumentation 2.13.3.1 2.13.3.2 2.13.3.3 Appropriately sized ground bus and equipment connections shall be installed for Computer / Instrumentation grounding. All ground busses shall be connected to the plant ground loop. If instrumentation grounding is separated from electrical facilities grounding, an IJP (Insulated Joint Protector) shall be installed between two grounding systems. This IJP will maintain these two systems separated during normal condition and will maintain two systems in equi-potential during difference voltage occur (e.g. lighting strike).

2.13.4.

Lightning Protection 2.13.4.1 2.13.4.2 Tall or isolated structures shall be protected against lightning in accordance with NFPA recommendations. Down conductors from air terminals or lightning mast shall be provided with an individual ground rod as well as a connection to the plant ground grid.

2.14.

Lighting 2.14.1. Illumination Levels Illumination levels shall be in accordance with the IES standards or per requirements described in the Caltex Safety in Design Manual. 2.14.2. Fixtures and Circuits 2.14.2.1 2.14.2.2 2.14.2.3 2.14.2.4 2.14.2.5 2.14.2.6 High-pressure sodium fixtures shall be used for outdoor lighting and high-bay lighting in shops and warehouses. Fluorescent fixtures shall be used for general lighting in buildings. Incandescent fixtures shall be used for standby lighting and gage glass illumination. Floodlights shall be used to maximum extent possible for general area lighting. Floodlights, streetlights, and high-bay lighting shall have ballast rated for 120/240 volt; all other fixtures shall be rated for 120 volt. Lighting shall be designed so that it will not be disturbed during any motor starting. A separate power source might be used for this purpose.

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2.14.2.7

Outdoor general lighting shall be grouped at least in 2 groups controlled indirectly by individual photoelectric cell. That is: Each group shall have individual lighting contactor located in MCC (or on Switch Rack). Each contactor is controlled by individual photoelectric cell. This is to avoid the Plant from having no light at all when only one of the photoelectric cell is failed. The power source for lighting shall be from a 120/240 AC Distr. Panel. Stand-by lighting shall provide minimal escape lighting in the operating areas, in the event of a power failure. These fixtures shall be circuited separately from general lighting, but circuits shall be run in general lighting conduits. A standby lighting panel shall be provided with power supplied from standby bus if available. Wall-pack emergency lights shall be provided in the control room and other strategic locations.

2.14.2.8

2.14.2.9

2.14.2.10 Sizing of the auxiliary (lighting) transformer shall be at least 130 % of load demand. 2.14.2.11 Obstruction light to be installed on communication tower. 2.14.2.12 For exterior lighting, street lighting type is preferred instead of floodlight. 2.15. Conduit and Conduit Fittings 2.15.1. Underground Conduit 2.15.1.1 2.15.1.1 2.15.1.2 Underground conduit shall be of HWC (Heavy wall Conduit), rigid steel, hot-dipped galvanised. PVC or fibre type conduit is not allowed. Rigid steel galvanized conduit (HWC) shall be used for all lateral runs from non-metallic conduit duct banks, and risers. Threads of metallic conduit and couplings shall be coated with an approved compound, which shall not insulate the joint, before being joined. Cable pulling calculations shall be made as required, to ensure that the cable will not be damaged during installation. All underground conduits shall be encased in a concrete envelope providing a minimum outside encasement of three inches on all sides. The top of the concrete envelope shall be a minimum of 18 inches below finished grade and shall be coloured red by sprinkling red oxide on the freshly poured concrete. The concrete envelope shall be omitted within the confines of building foundations. Wherever the concrete encased conduit is subject to heavy traffic such as at roadway crossings, it shall be structurally analysed and reinforced with steel reinforcing bars. Conduit entering Switchgear, motor control centre, and similar equipment through a concrete floor shall terminate in couplings set

2.15.1.3 2.15.1.4 2.15.1.5

2.15.1.6

2.15.1.7

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flush with the finished floor, rippled, with a ground bushing, and sealed with a plastic sealing compound. 2.15.1.8 Where conduit rises above grade, the encasing concrete shall be extended a minimum of three inches above grade and be sloped for water run off. Above ground conduit shall be rigid steel, hot-dipped galvanised (HWC) except in wet, humid or corrosive atmospheres where aluminium, plastic coated, or plastic conduit may be better suited. Above ground conduit shall be securely and adequately supported and grouped in a selected portion of the pipe way. Conduit shall be supported in accordance with the National Electrical Code, Article 346-12. 2.15.2.2 Aboveground conduit shall be minimum, except that conduit may be used for short runs to instruments, telephones, and outdoor control boards. Long radius elbows (factory bends) shall be used for 1- inch conduit and larger. Field bends shall be in accordance with the National Electrical Code. During construction, temporary openings in the conduit system shall be plugged or capped to prevent entrance of moisture and foreign matter. Conduit between pipe supports and equipment may be supported from piping (6-inch minimum clearance) except non insulated hot lines (above 302o F / 150C), 12-inch minimum clearance), lines that vibrate, and lines requiring frequent maintenance. Conduit fittings shall be selected in accordance with the National Electrical Code. ? ? For unclassified and Division 2 areas not requiring splices in wiring, the following conduit fittings shall be used: 1 Inch and smaller 1 Inches and larger Crouse-Hinds Form 7 or an approved substitute Crouse-Hinds Form 8 or an approved substitute

2.15.2.

Aboveground Conduit and Fittings 2.15.2.1

2.15.2.3

2.15.2.4

2.15.2.5

2.15.2.6

Copper free aluminium fittings Crouse-Hinds Mark 9 or an and aluminium conduit approved substitute Note: Where splices are required, boxes having sufficient volume that comply the National Electrical Code shall be used. 2.15.2.7 Expansion fittings shall be installed in long straight, horizontal, and vertical conduit runs. The maximum distance without an expansion fitting shall be 100 feet for aluminium conduit and 150 feet for rigid

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steel conduit. Location of the expansion fittings shall be shown on the electrical conduit drawings. 2.15.2.8 Vented drains or drain seals shall be provided at the low point of long, vertical, or horizontal runs of conduit where condensation could accumulate, and in outdoor areas where conduit enters boxes or enclosures from above. Connections to equipment requiring removal from service or subjected to vibration or movement shall be made with flexible conduit. Liquid tight flexible metal conduit and approved fittings shall be used for outdoor equipment in classified and Class I, Division 2, locations.

2.15.2.9

2.15.2.10 Conduit connections to heavy outdoor pendant lighting fixtures subjected to vibration or movement shall be made with approved flexible couplings. 2.15.2.11 EMT (Electrical Metallic Tubing) may be used in indoor locations where the conduit will not be subject to sever physical damage and where hazardous atmospheres do not exist, such as office buildings, administration buildings, work houses, change houses, and similar buildings. 2.15.2.12 Control stations installed in classified areas shall be the factory-sealed types. 2.16. Cable Trays 2.16.1. 2.16.2. 2.16.3. 2.16.4. 2.16.5. 2.16.6. 2.16.7. 2.16.8. 2.16.9. Installation in Cable Tray shall be used as practical as possible instead of underground installation. Overhead cable tray shall be aluminium or hot-dipped galvanised steel. In corrosive areas, fibber-glass or an equivalent material shall be used. The tray types may be vertical or horizontal, of ladder, trough, or solid bottom design, with adequate condensation drain holes. Use of cable tray shall be limited to Class 1, Division 2, and unclassified areas. Straight sections and fittings shall have the provision and standard parts for covers when required for a specific installation. Tray straight sections shall be of 12 feet and 24 feet in length. Cable tray fill shall be in accordance with cable types and methods prescribed in the National Electrical Code. Fabrication specifications and fittings support shall be in accordance with NEMA VE-1 for cable tray. Tray fittings shall be identical to straight sections in materials, rung spacing, and strength.

2.16.10. Tray fittings shall have adequate radii for the cable to be installed. 2.16.11. Cable tray connectors shall be rigid straight, adjustable, or expansion type. Standard accessories used to supplement straight sections and fittings shall be

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dropouts, conduit adapters, dead-ends, non-combustible dividers, cable clips, tray-to-box connectors, and hold-down hardware. 2.16.12. Each cable tray system shall be connected to the plant ground at a minimum of two points. 2.16.13. The maximum straight section length of cable tray, when fully loaded in accordance with the manufacturer's recommendation shall not deflect more than two inches. 2.17. Power and Control Wiring A detailed specification shall be written for 600-Volt wire and cables rated over 600 Volt for this specific project. 2.17.1. Cables for Service Above 600 Volt 2.17.1.1 Cables for service above 600 volt shall be copper conductors, stranded, shielded, with specified insulation ratings and an overall cable jacket. The insulation shall be XLPE (cross-linked polyethylene), rated of 194 o F (90C) conductor temperature in wet or dry location. MC type is preferred. The current carrying capacity and short circuit withstand of cables shall be in accordance with NEC and applicable ICEA tables and recommendations. Power conductors shall be installed in a separate conduit from control or instrument conductors. Wire and cable for service 600 volt and below shall be stranded copper conductor, with 600-volt insulation. The insulation shall be a heat resistant, thermoplastic rated 167 o f (75C) copper temperature in wet or dry locations. For high temperature locations, wire with suitable insulation shall be used. Minimum conductor sizes shall be number 12 AWG for general power and lighting circuits, and number 14 AWG for control circuits. In general, wire and cables shall be sized in accordance with NEC. Lighting branch circuit wires shall be colour-coded black, red, and blue for phases A, B. and C respectively, and white for the neutral. Multiconductor control cables shall be colour coded or numbered in accordance with ICEA S-61-402 and NEMA WC-30. The manufacturer's recommendations shall be used for the minimum bending radius of cables and wires. Cable for installation in cable trays shall be approved for tray installation.

2.17.1.2

2.17.1.3 2.17.2.

Cables for Service 600 Volt and Below 2.17.2.1

2.17.2.2 2.17.2.3 2.17.2.4 2.17.2.5 2.17.2.6 2.17.2.7 2.18.

Control Systems Instrumentation

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2.18.1.

Materials 2.18.1.1 2.18.1.2 2.18.1.3 Detail specifications shall be issued for all multi- conductor instrument wire and cable. Field junction boxes shall be NEMA-4 enclosures minimum, with hinged removable doors and sub panels for terminal strip mounting. Terminal strips for instrument wiring shall consist of 300 V medium duty screw type terminal blocks mounted on slide-rail strips. Wiring for field instrument devices shall be accomplished by installing individually shielded twisted pairs or triads for mili Amp, DC, or mill Volt signals in cable tray /channel or conduit headers routed along pipe racks from field junction boxes. Wiring from local field boxes to control room shall be multiple pairs or triad cables with an overall shield for DC and milliamp signals routed in cable tray. Cables shall have both; individual pair shields and overall shields. Wiring for AC signals shall be multi conductor cables routed in cable tray. Home Run instrument cables shall contain 20 percent spare pairs, triads, or conductors or 2 (two) pairs, triads, or conductors, whichever is greater; and they shall be terminated and tagged at both field junction box and control room ends. Individual shield drain wires for thermocouple pairs shall be grounded at the instrument head only. Individual shield drain wires for milliamp, DC pairs, and triads shall be cut and taped at the instrument head. Individual pair shields in multiple pair cables shall be connected to corresponding single pair shields. Overall shield shall be grounded at the control panel. Shield wires shall be insulated from ground at the junction box. There shall be shield continuity through all junction boxes. Individual shield drain wire for multi-pair thermocouple cables shall be cut and taped at the control room. Individual shield drain wire for all multi-pair and triad cables, other than thermocouple cables, shall be grounded at the control room. Tagging of all wires or pairs shall be on both sides of each termination point and junction boxes. Individual junction box and conduit systems shall be provided for millivolt AC and milliamp DC instrument signal levels.

2.18.2.

Installation 2.18.2.1

2.18.2.2

2.18.2.3

2.18.2.4 2.18.2.5 2.18.2.6

2.18.2.7

2.18.2.8 2.18.2.9

2.18.2.10 Separate cable trays shall be provided for millivolt AC and milliamp DC instrument signal levels.

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2.18.2.11 Long parallel runs of conduit or cable trays containing instrument signals and power conductors shall maintain the following minimum separations: ? ? MilliVolt signals shall be spaced 30 inches from AC cables. ? ? MilliAmp / DC cables shall be spaced 15 inches from AC cables. 2.18.3. MCC- PLC interconnection 2.18.3.1 MCC-PLC interconnection should be done trough a marshalling relay panel. Control and protection devices at MCC and motor side shall be provided and follow the P&ID requirement especially the Cause & Effect Diagram. Remote control and monitoring for MCC/ swithcgear shall be provided as specified in other specification. 2.19. Receptacles 2.19.1. 480 Volt Power Receptacles 2.19.1.1 480-Volt receptacles shall be 3-wire, 4-pole, 60 amperes, and installed in convenient locations within 150 feet of process unit structures, or areas in which portable power units may be required. 480-Volt power receptacles shall be of the same size and rating. The ground pole of each receptacle shall be connected solidly and permanently to the plant grounding system through the conduit or a separate ground wire. A maximum of four receptacles shall be connected to one feeder. Feeder cable sizes shall be based on a demand factor of 0.4. 120/240 volt receptacles shall be located throughout process units so that equipment at grade can be reached with extension cords not over 50 feet in length. A receptacle shall be located on each platform servicing a manhole on vessels and towers. The ground pole of each receptacle shall be solidly and permanently connected to the plant grounding system through the conduit or separate ground wire Receptacles installed in classified areas shall be the factory sealed type and suitable for Class 1 Division 1 and 2 installation.

2.19.1.2

2.19.1.3 2.19.2.

120 /240 Volt Receptacles 2.19.2.1

2.19.2.2

2.19.2.3 2.20. Station Building

Station building shall be permanent building as a base case. CONTRACTOR may quote the prefabricated building as an option for reviewed by COMPANY. 2.21. Power Pole Distribution System 2.21.1. Power pole design shall refer to attached COMPANY pole standard drawing and installation.

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2.21.2. 2.21.3.

Power pole for distribution system shall use 8 and 12 steel pipes with steel pile for pole foundation. Poles spacing shall 400 feet (125 m) maximum for single pole and 800 feet (250m) maximum for double poles. For single dead end pole, pole span could reach 500 feet (150 m) maximum. Poles at the point of turn with angle between 3 90 degrees shall be guard wired. For the straight-line, there shall be minimum shall use one dead end pole B or C, at every 10 span of A type pole (refer to COMPANY standard drawings). Pole accessories like bolt, nut, washer, clamp, eyebolt, pin insulator, equipment mounting bracket etc. shall be hot dip galvanized.

2.21.4.

2.21.5. 2.22. Recloser 2.22.1. 2.22.2.

Recloser shall be installed to clear out intermittent fault , which occur on a group of electrical load supplied by 13.8 kV overhead branches. Recloser shall be vacuum interrupter with Oil as insulation medium, 12 kA interrupting capacity. It also shall be pole mounted type, 14.4 kV nominal voltage rating, 560 A continuous current rating, 3phase, 60 Hz., and microprocessor based controlled. The Recloser shall be quipped with a stored energy mechanism, three phase overcurrent protection and a separate static ground fault unit. Recloser must also be capable for remote monitoring and tripping initiated from Controlled Room and from Master Station at PG &Ts SCADA. If Radio Frequency communication is applied and specified : 2.22.4.1 2.22.4.2 Radio communication device consists of field located radio communication device and exist. Master communication radio device. Field located radio communication device shall be pre-wired and installed at the Recloser control unit and shall be capable to communicate with exist. Master communication radio device located in Station Control Room. Existing radio Master communication device shall be connected to existing SCADA system through existing Foxboro C-50 RTU located in Station Control Room.

2.22.3. 2.22.4.

2.22.4.3

2.22.5.

Communication device, which enable Remote monitoring and tripping feature, must transmit open/close status and capable to transmit following via the radio link to the master station: volt, current, kW, kVAR, power factor, running kWh, and battery test condition.

2.23.

Load Break Switch 2.23.1. Load Break Switches shall be installed to connect and to disconnect power supply manually for a group of 13.8 kV branch circuits to alternate feeder in case main supply fail and for load balancing or maintenance purposes.

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2.23.2.

Load break switch shall be pole mounted type, suitable for overhead line service, manual operated, 15 kV nominal voltage rating, 600 A continuous current rating, 3 phase, 60 Hz., 12.5 kA interrupting capacity.

2.24.

Capacitor Bank 2.24.1. 2.24.2. Capacitor shall be installed on the 13.8 kV overhead distribution line at places where power factor correction is needed. Capacitor shall be pole mounted type, 13.8 kV line to line voltage or 7960 V line to ground voltage. Capacitor capacity shall be wye connected, complete with oil switches, microprocessor based controller with voltage sensing which allows automatically switching.

2.25.

Fuse Cut Out 2.25.1. Cut-Out fuse required for fusing equipment in the 13.8 kV voltage system shall be ultra heavy duty interrupting rating, removable, and expendable caps, open distribution cut out type S1 or approved equal. Design rating of cutout fuse shall be 14.4/25 kV, with 110 kV Impulse withstand voltage.

2.25.2.

2.26.

Arrestor 2.26.1. 2.26.2. Lightning Arrestor shall be provided for all equipment installed in 13.8 kV overhead distribution line. Lightning Arrestor shall be metal oxide varistor and resistance graded gap technology, 15 kV voltage rating, porcelain housing complete with NEMA cross arm bracket, and suitable for application in areas with high isokeraunic levels.

2.27.

Underground Cable Installation 2.27.1. Cable to well site area shall be routed following a typical COMPANY standard drawing routing to avoid working area during well work-over work and shall be properly protected with cable tiles covered with warning tape and marked. Trench depth should be three feet minimum. Under paved area / process plant cable shall be installed in concrete trench with removable concrete cover. Direct buried cable shall be protected with concrete tiles and provided with buried warning plastic tape, cable marker and cable routing identification on surface. Cable received shall be properly protected from theft, damage and humidity. Prior to cable laying, the schedules for other work shall be checked to avoid interference. Cable numbers, cable sizes, cable laying equipment, etc., shall be checked against the cable schedule table, so that no errors may be committed in cable laying work.

2.27.2. 2.27.3.

2.27.4. 2.27.5. 2.27.6.

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2.27.7. 2.27.8. 2.27.9.

In case where cables must cross other cables, the crossing shall be made at an angle of 90 degree to the through run. Cable shall be laid in a neat, orderly arrangement without twists or wraps. Both ends of each shall be firmly sealed with insulating tape and / or other sealing materials to prevent the entry of rainwater / moisture.

2.27.10. Sand filling, protective covering and back filling work shall be conducted as early and promptly as possible. 2.27.11. Cable shall be properly terminated and properly grounded on both ends. 3. EXECUTION 3.1. Field Quality Control 3.1.1. 3.1.2. Equipment and materials shall be inspected for shipping damage immediately after receipt at job-site. In general, checkout and testing of systems and equipment shall be done in accordance with the standard COMPANY construction procedures and checklists. All testing equipment especially the measuring equipment shall be supported with test / calibration certificate. CONTRACTOR shall be responsible for arranging the present of MIGAS or Third party Inspector on behalf of MIGAS to attend FAT (Factory Acceptance Test) and FT (Field Testing) as necessary.

3.1.3. 3.1.4.

3.2.

Safety CONTRACTOR shall follow COMPANY procedure when CONTRACTOR has a construction activity under power line, such as pilling, lifting the pipes or equipment, digging, excavating, etc.

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