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TABLE OF CONTENT

1. INTRODUCTION .................................................................................................................. 2

2. DEFINITIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS ................................................................................ 2

3. REFERENCES ..................................................................................................................... 3

4. INPUT PARAMETERS ......................................................................................................... 5

5. CALCULATION .................................................................................................................... 8

6. CONCLUSION .................................................................................................................... 15

APPENDIX. A .......................................................................................................................... 16

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1. INTRODUCTION

This report is to calculate the Interference on the oil pipeline and the electromagnetic
field arised from the 132kV single circuit transmission lines of XXX Project.

2. DEFINITIONS AND ABBREVIATIONS

2.1. Defenitions
Throughout this Document, the following definitions shall apply:

PROJECT EPC for XXX Area


COMPANY YYY
CONTRACTOR ZZZ
SUB-CONTRACTOR Any company or person to whom CONTRACTOR or
any of Its subcontractors has subcontracted any part
of the work.
SUPPLIER Any person or company engaged by the Contractor to
manufacture and/or supply Installation Equipment or other
equipment and material for the PROJECT
WORK The works and/or services entrusted by CONTRACTOR
under the Contract with COMPANY
must It signifies a legal or statutory requirement
shall It signifies a requirement made mandatory by this
specification
CONCESSION REQUEST A deviation requested by the SUB-
CONTRACTOR, CONTRACTOR or
MANUFACTURER, usually after receiving
the contract package or purchase order.
Often, it refers to an authorization to use,
repair, recondition, reclaim, or release
materials, components, or equipment
already in progress or completely
manufactured but which does not comply
with project requirements. CONCESSION

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REQUEST is subject to EMPLOYER


approval.

2.2. Abbreviations
The following abbreviations are used in this document:

IEC International Electro technical Commission


ISO International Standards Organization
ANSI American National Standards Institute
IEEE Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers
NACE National Association for Corrosion Engineers
NEMA National Electrical Manufacturers Association
EC European Community
GMR Geometric Mean Radius

3. REFERENCES

3.1. Codes and Standards


Any installation or design complying with standards, codes or
recommendations other than IEC/EN Standards shall be submitted to
CONTRACTOR for prior approval. Supplier must declare in the offer
exception and/or deviation from the specifications. The lack of any declaration
and deviation will be considered as full compliance with the specification.

NACE SP0177-2007 Mitigation of Alternating Current and


Lightning Effects on Metallic Structures and
Corrosion Control Systems
C22.3 NO. 6-13 Principles and practices of electrical
coordination between pipelines and electric
supply lines

3.2. Project Specifications and Procedures


Particular reference is made to the following project documents and
specifications:

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8015-0151-CPPB-82-810-EL- Technical specification for Transmission line


SP-00001
8015-0151-CPPB-00-000-EL- Specification for Earthing & Lightning
SP-00011 Protection System
8015-0151-CPPB-00-600-CI- Final Geotechnical Suevey and Soil
RP-00002 Investigation Report
8015-0151-CPPB-82-812-EL- 132kV Overhead Line Plan and Profile for
DB-00002 WP#2
8015-0151-CPPB-82-812-EL- 132kV Overhead Line Plan and Profile for
DB-00005 WP#12
8015-0151-CPPB-82-812-EL- 132kV Tower Earthing Assembly Drawing
DB-00012
8015-0151-CPPB-82-812-CI- 132kV Suspension Tower Outline Diagram
DD-00001
8015-0151-CPPB-82-812-CI- 132kV Heavy Tower Outline Diagram
DD-00003
8015-0151-CPPB-82-812-CI- 132kV Medium Angle Tower Outline Diagram
DD-00005

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4. INPUT PARAMETERS

4.1. Description of PRCI Program


PRCI AC Coupling Precision Program 1.5 was used for AC interference study.
This Program was developed for calculation of AC interference problem
between high voltage electric transmission line and pipeline.

The capability of the program is as follows:

Longitudinal Electric Field Calculations. The program enables the


calculation of the inductively coupled longitudinal field existing at the
pipeline for steady state operation of the power line(s). Multiple power
line circuits having different configurations can be modeled. The second
module allows the longitudinal electric field to be calculated for single
phase to ground power line faults. Both inductive and conductive coupling
components are included in the analyses.
Interaction Geometry Modeling. The physical interaction geometry
between the pipeline and electric power transmission line must be
modeled properly so as enable accurate predictions of induced voltage
and current levels. The program provides simplified and, when possible,
an automated procedure for data input of the physical geometry.
Pipeline Induction Levels Prediction. With the source fields exciting the
pipeline and the interaction geometry modeled, the pipe to soil potential
could be calculated for steady state condition. Under fault conditions, the
voltage stress developed across the coating is calculated.
Grounding Mitigation Design. If induced voltage levels for either steady
state or fault conditions exceed industry acceptable levels, mitigation
implementation is indicated. Provision is made to determine voltage
induction reduction for grounding systems which may consist of individual
discrete grounding such as horizontal buried conductors or vertical deep
anodes; distributed systems such as vertical or horizontal anode strings;
and continuous horizontal conductors periodically bonded to the pipeline.

4.2. Routes of Transmission Line and Oil Pipe Lines


The routes of the four parts 132kV transmission line and the Oil Pipelines

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please refer to Appendix A. All new Oil Pipe Lines are buried below ground
about 1.2m.

The conductor of the 132kV transmission line is ACSR/AW Ostrich and the
average height of the three phase conductors are 19m, 21.35m, 23.7m. The
relative positions of the three phase conductors of the transmission line is
shown in Figure 1.

Figure 1. Relative Positions of the 3 Phase Conductors of the Transmission


LInes

4.3. Tower Grounding Device


The Tower Grounding Arrangement is shown in Figure 2. The details
information of the tower grounding please refer to the drawing 8015-0151-
CPPB-82-812-EL-DB-00012. 13186-001-TL-DES-HV-0001.

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Figure 2. Tower Grounding Arrangement

4.4. Input Parameters


The parameters used in the calculation are listed in Table 1.

Table 1. Input Parameters


Description Parameters Unit Vaule
Pipe 1 OD inch (mm) 24(610)
CPF-Well Pad
#5 Thickness XS
Material API 5L Gr.X60
PSL2
Burial Depth m 1.2

Length m 3,720
Coating Ohm-m2 40000
Resistance
Coating mm 3.2
Thickness
Pipe 2, 3, 4, 5 OD inch (mm) 20 (508)
CPF-Well Pad Thickness SCH30
#6, #7, #8, #10 Material API5L Gr.X60
PSL2
Burial Depth m 1.2
Length m Pipe 2: 6,715
Pipe 3: 3,785
Pipe 4: 5,195
Pipe 5: 6,176
Coating Ohm-m2 40,000
Resistance
Coating mm 3.2
Thickness
Soil Paremeter Resistivity Ohm-m 3.5
OPGW DC Resistivity Ohms/km 0.586
Parameter GMR mm 9.6
Energization of Conductor A Amp 220 (0)
Phase (phase
Conductor degree)
Conductor B Amp 220 (-120)
(phase
degree)
Conductor C Amp 220(120)
(phase
degree)

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5. CALCULATION

5.1. Data Input Procedure


Calculation sequences are shown below

(1) Typical input for transmission line

(2) Typical input for pipeline

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(3) Typical section data input

5.2. Calculation Results


The calculated results are shown below.

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(1) Wellpad #5 (steady state)

Table 2. Section Data for Wellpad #5


No. Section Pipe TL1 TL1 TL2 TL2 TL3 TL3
length dist. dist (m) ang. dist (m) ang. dist (m) ang.
(m) (m) (deg.) (deg.) (deg.)
1 400 0 -900 0 -900 0 -930 0
2 800 0 284 0 -2000 0 -2000 0
3 1100 0 2000 0 284 0 314 0
4 284 0 2000 0 -2000 0 -2000 0
5 300 0 2000 0 -2000 0 -103 0
6 300 0 2000 0 -300 0 -2000 0
7 500 0 2000 0 -400 0 -2000 0

Induced voltage and current results at wellpad #5 are shown below

(2) Wellpad #6 (steady state)

Table 3. Section Data for Wellpad #6

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No. Sect. Pipe Pipe TL1 dist TL1 TL2 dist TL2
length dist. (m) ang.(de (m) ang. (m) ang.
(m) g) (deg.) (deg.)
1 400 0 0 -900 0 -900 0
2 800 0 0 284 0 -2000 0
3 1100 0 0 2000 0 284 0
4 284 0 0 2000 0 -2000 0
5 2200 0 0 2000 0 -103 0
6 200 0 0 2000 0 -170 0
7 200 0 0 2000 0 -250 0
8 200 0 0 2000 0 -170 0
9 400 0 0 2000 0 -100 0
10 100 0 0 2000 0 -2000 0
11 350 0 0 2000 0 100 0
12 200 0 0 2000 0 2000 0

Induced voltage and current results at wellpad #5 are shown below

(3) Wellpad #7 (steady state)

Table 4. Section Data for Wellpad #7

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No. Sect. Pipe Pipe TL1 dist TL1 TL2 dist TL2
length dist. (m) ang.(de (m) ang. (m) ang.
(m) g) (deg.) (deg.)
1 350 0 0 -900 0 -900 0
2 250 0 0 348 0 318 0
3 450 0 0 189 0 159 0
4 330 0 0 -112 0 -142 0
5 400 0 0 -224 0 -254 0
6 224 0 0 -90 0 -2000 0
7 1970 0 0 -2000 0 -101 0
8 200 0 0 -2000 0 -250 0
9 100 0 0 -2000 0 -300 0

Induced voltage and current results at wellpad #7 are shown below.

(4) Wellpad #8 (steady state)

Table 5. Section Data for Wellpad #8


No. Sect. length Pipe dist. Pipe TL1 dist (m) TL1 ang.
(m) (m) ang.(deg) (deg.)
1 350 0 0 -900 0

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2 250 0 0 -318 0
3 450 0 0 -150 0
4 330 0 0 112 0
5 650 0 0 224 0
6 100 0 0 -2000 0
7 1970 0 0 -90 0
8 100 0 0 -50 0
9 300 0 0 50 0

Induced voltage and current results at wellpad #8 are shown below.

(5) Wellpad #10 (steady state)

Table 6. Section Data for Wellpad #10


No. Sect. length Pipe dist. Pipe TL1 dist (m) TL1 ang.
(m) (m) ang.(deg) (deg.)
1 350 0 0 -900 0
2 250 0 0 -318 0
3 450 0 0 -150 0
4 330 0 0 112 0
5 650 0 0 224 0

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6 600 0 0 2000 0
7 600 0 0 2000 0
8 600 0 0 300 0
9 1300 0 0 408 0
10 400 0 0 200 0
11 240 0 0 120 0
12 100 0 0 2000 0

Induced voltage and current results at wellpad #10 are shown below.

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6. CONCLUSION

According to the requirments of the standards NACE SP0177-2007, the potential


value of the pipe arised from the overhead line can not exceed the limit 15V. Base on
the calculate result as shown in Section 5, The maximum induced pipeline potential
during steady state, normal load conditions will be less than 0.3V, which does not
exceed the safety limit. Therefore, the mitigation measures on the pipeline are not
required.

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APPENDIX. A
Routes of Transmission Line and Oil Pipe Lines

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132kV Overhead Transmission Line


Oil Pipeline

Figure A. Route for Overhead Transmission Line and PIpelines

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