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GENERAL SPECIFICATION

STRUCTURAL

GS EP STR 601

Floating Unit Integrity Management System


Requirements

01 01/2011 Modification of 4.2


00 10/2009 First issue
Rev. Date Notes

Owner: EP/TDO/TEC Managing entity: EP/TDO/TEC/STR

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Contents

1. Scope ....................................................................................................................... 3
1.1 Types of floating units ........................................................................................................3
1.2 Parts of the floating units ...................................................................................................3

2. Reference documents ............................................................................................. 3

3. Abbreviations and Definitions ............................................................................... 4


3.1 Abbreviations .....................................................................................................................4
3.2 Definitions ..........................................................................................................................4

4. Minimum deliverables ............................................................................................. 5


4.1 Minimum documentation....................................................................................................5
4.2 Inspection plan...................................................................................................................6
4.3 Re-analysis dossier ...........................................................................................................7
4.4 ERS models and studies ...................................................................................................8

5. Minimum scope of work of the assistance contractor ......................................... 8

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1. Scope
This specification aims at defining the minimum requirements for Floating Units Integrity
Management System (FUIMS) with respect to the hull and the station-keeping system of the
floating units. It covers the following aspects of the integrity management system:
The minimum deliverables to be provided for all purpose-built or converted F(P)SO and
buoys
The minimum scope of work of the assistance contractor.

1.1 Types of floating units


This specification addresses all the floating units permanently moored and essential for the
continuity of oil & gas production, process, utilities, storage or offloading. This covers at least
FPSO, FPU, FSO, TLP, Spar, semi-submersible barges and loading/offloading buoys. It fully
applies to floating units under leasing Contract.

1.2 Parts of the floating units


This specification addresses the following parts of the floating units: hull structure (including hull
appurtenances), hull systems (even equipment of hull systems located in the Topside),
accommodation block, mooring / station-keeping system, and any other equipment covered by
the registration of the floating unit by the Classification Society.

2. Reference documents
The reference documents listed below form an integral part of this General Specification. Unless
otherwise stipulated, the applicable version of these documents, including relevant appendices
and supplements, is the latest revision published at the EFFECTIVE DATE of the CONTRACT.
Standards

Reference Title
ISO 19901-7 Petroleum and natural gas industries - Specific requirements for
offshore structures - Part 7: Station-keeping systems for floating
offshore structures and mobile offshore units

Professional Documents

Reference Title
Not applicable

Regulations

Reference Title
Not applicable

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Codes

Reference Title
Not applicable

Other documents

Reference Title
Not applicable

Total General Specifications

Reference Title
GS EP EXP 311 Plant integrity. Minimum inspection requirements
GS EP STR 631 CALM buoy terminals
GS EP STR 651 General principles for a F(P)SO design
GS EP STR 652 F(P)SO - Steel hull design requirements
GS EP STR 661 FPSO - Design requirements for mooring and anchoring systems

3. Abbreviations and Definitions


3.1 Abbreviations
ERS Emergency Response Service
FPSO Floating Production Storage and Offloading unit
FSO Floating Storage and Offloading unit
FPU Floating Production Unit
FUIMS Floating Units Integrity Management System
TLP Tension Leg Platform

3.2 Definitions
Floating units are all watercrafts permanently moored and essential for the continuity of oil &
gas production, process, utilities, storage or offloading.
In this General Specification, the term F(P)SO covers FPSO, FSO, FPU, TLP, SPAR and
semi-submersible barges. The term buoy covers offloading buoys and loading buoys.
For main definition, refer to GS EP STR 651 for F(P)SO and GS EP STR 631 for buoy.
For definition of mooring / station-keeping system, refer to ISO 19901-7.

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4. Minimum deliverables
4.1 Minimum documentation
The following minimum documentation shall be provided for all floating units as appropriate:
General Arrangement drawing (as built)
Capacity Plan drawing (as built)
Hull lines drawing (as built)
Midship Section drawing (as built)
Transverse Sections drawings (as built)
Web Frames drawings (as built)
Transverse Bulkheads drawings (as built)
Stringers Plan View drawings (as built)
Hull Deck Plan View drawing (as built)
Hull Bottom Plan View drawing (as built)
Longitudinal Bulkheads drawings (as built)
Side Shell drawing (as built)
Elevations drawings (as built)
Shell expansion drawing (as built)
Structural details drawing (as built)
Hull appurtenances drawings (as built)
Fore and aft ends structural drawings (as built)
Allowable SWBM and SWBM report
Trim & Stability booklet (including loading/offloading sequences, intact and damaged
stability, SWBM and SWSF, weight distribution)
Interface loads (including topsides modules, mooring and risers supports and protectors,
mooring tensions, risers tensions)
Latest thickness measurements (in excel format, if available)
For converted F(P)SO: design documentation and environment and load information for
trading period if available
Metocean specification (including wind sea, swell, current and wind)
Maximum F(P)SO allowable offset report
Hydrodynamic study report (done with as built data)
Hull structure study report (done with as built data)
Mooring study report (done with as built and as installed data)

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Mooring system layout drawings (as installed)


Mooring system equipment (as built)
Anchors locations and depths (as installed)
Mooring lines characteristics including material, length, tension (as installed)
Wind and current coefficients & wind tunnel / basin tests report
Current forces on risers and mooring lines
Hawser characteristics (including length, MBL) used for the mooring study
Export tanker characteristics used for the mooring study
Relevant damping to be applied if available
Masses distribution and/or Radii of Gyration
Base line inspection report.

4.2 Inspection plan


An inspection plan shall be provided for all floating units. The scope of the inspection plan shall
cover at least the items/parts of the floating unit in the scope of this General Specification.
The inspection plan shall be in compliance with:
The inspection philosophy of the floating unit
GS EP EXP 311
The rules of the Classification Society of the floating unit
The recommendations of the Manufacturer of the floating unit.
The content of the inspection plan shall cover at least:
The scope of inspection
The frequency of inspection
The performance standards
The acceptance criteria
The inspection aids (drawings, tables, hot spot list, inspection methods)
The inspection report forms.
The following document shall be issued by the floating unit builder in due time in order to be
used for development of the inspection plan:
List of items and systems
Documents and drawings of the unit (Approved For Construction status minimum)
including:
- Hull structural drawings (including hull appurtenances)
- Permanent Means of Access
- P&IDs (hull + topsides)

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- GAs with equipment in tanks (COW guns, pumps, pipework Anodes...)


- GAs with position on deck of penetrations, instrumentation
- Longitudinal distribution of lightship weight
- Loading manual including trim & stability + longitudinal strength + loading/offloading
sequences
- Permissible still-water bending moments and shear forces
- Load information to represent the superstructures, topsides, mooring & risers
- Mooring drawings
- Builder / Manufacturer recommendations for inspections
Mark-up of class scope of work
Hull Structure Analysis:
- Strength and fatigue assessment
- Finite elements calculation
- Fatigue analysis
- Risk review and analysis
- Spectral Fatigue analysis.

4.3 Re-analysis dossier


A re-analysis dossier shall be provided for all floating units. It shall cover hull stability, hull
structure and mooring / station-keeping system for F(P)SO and only mooring / station-keeping
system for buoys. It shall be composed of study reports and corresponding numerical models. It
shall be performed with as design, as installed and as modified documentation and data as
appropriate. Softwares used to create the numerical models shall be submitted to Company for
approval.

4.3.1 Hull stability analysis


The hull stability shall be performed as per GS EP STR 652. It shall include the analysis of the
hull longitudinal strength.

4.3.2 Hydrodynamic analysis


Hydrodynamic analysis shall be performed as per GS EP STR 652. The report shall clearly
identify the results necessary for the hull structure analysis and the results necessary for the
mooring / station-keeping analysis.
For turret moored F(P)SO, the hydrodynamic study shall include a heading analysis to assess
the relative wave heading with corresponding sea states with probability of occurrence.

4.3.3 Hull structure analysis


Hull structure analysis shall be performed as per GS EP STR 652. It shall include fatigue
analysis. Whatever the navigation notation of the floating unit considered for the design, the hull
structure analysis of the re-analysis dossier shall be performed with site environmental data.

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As the hull structure analysis will be used to develop the inspection plan, the results of this
analysis shall be presented by tanks and by areas of the hull outside shell (e.g. hull deck, out of
water part of the side shell and underwater part of the hull).

4.3.4 Mooring / station-keeping analysis


Mooring / station-keeping analysis shall be performed as per GS EP STR 661 for F(P)SO and
GS EP STR 631 for buoys.

4.4 ERS models and studies


All numerical models and studies necessary for the preparation of the Emergency Response
Service (ERS) shall be provided for all floating units. These numerical models and studies shall
be provided in a way allowing the Classification Society of the floating unit to use them directly
for ERS.

5. Minimum scope of work of the assistance contractor


Assistance contractor shall be contracted to provide technical expertise to the Affiliate operating
floating units in the field of naval architecture and floating unit integrity.
Assistance contractor shall provide the following services:
Maintenance of the numerical models being part of the re-analysis dossier in order to
keep them ready for use
Updating of the re-analysis dossier (including both numerical models and studies) when
new inputs can modify the results of the analysis (typically when the floating unit is
modified, when the hull structure experiences corrosion, when the tensioning of the
mooring lines is modified and when the environmental data are updated).
Assistance contractor shall be able to provide the following additional services:
Updating of the inspection plan based on the updating of the re-analysis dossier and the
inspection findings
Supplying and maintenance of computerised management tool allowing for:
- Documentation, reporting and data management
- Inspection scheduling tool to manage planned and unplanned inspection
- Inspection, procedures, tasks and reports management.
Alerts based on colours to quickly identify short-coming and overdue tasks
- Anomaly tracking
- Corrective actions follow-up
- Access to registration and certification data.
User-friendly and quick navigation through graphic model
World wide access on the Internet
Protection against viruses and web-piracy
Access control with personal login and password

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Training on the computerised management tool


Performing life extension studies
Supplying and maintenance of a 3D inspection follow up model that allow for
computerized monitoring of hull state (including hull systems) at any point in time.
Assistance contractor shall maintain a dedicated team allowing continuity of the service and
shall nominate a single focus point for all the floating units of an Affiliate.

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