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STANDARD: 00-STD-EL-0008

Medium Voltage Motor Control Centers

Revision: 4

TABLE OF CONTENTS
1.0 SCOPE ................................................................................................................................................................ 3
2.0 CODES AND STANDARDS ............................................................................................................................... 3
3.0 GENERAL CONDITIONS AND REQUIREMENTS ............................................................................................ 3
3.1 Environment............................................................................................................................................ 3
3.2 Voltages.................................................................................................................................................. 4
3.3 Order of Precedence .............................................................................................................................. 4
3.4 Data Sheet.............................................................................................................................................. 4
3.5 Documentation ....................................................................................................................................... 4
4.0 DESIGN REQUIREMENTS................................................................................................................................. 5
4.1 Structure ................................................................................................................................................. 5
4.2 Bussing ................................................................................................................................................... 6
4.3 Controllers .............................................................................................................................................. 6
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4.4 Miscellaneous Features.......................................................................................................................... 8
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5.0 VENDOR TESTING............................................................................................................................................. 8
5.1 Witness Testing ...................................................................................................................................... 8
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5.2 Required Inspections and Tests ............................................................................................................. 8


6.0 SHIPPING, HANDLING AND STORAGE REQUIREMENTS ............................................................................ 9

DATA SHEET

Refer to CNRL Standard. 00-STD-EL-0035 “Technical Content of Electrical Records” for the
”MEDIUM VOLTAGE MOTOR CONTROL CENTER” Data Sheet” Template

This Standard applies to Canadian Natural Resources Limited (CNRL) – Horizon Oil Sands.
It specifies minimum management or technical requirements.
In cases where legislation imposes more stringent or additional requirements, the legislative requirements shall override
these standards until such time as these standards are updated to reflect new requirements.

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Medium Voltage Motor Control Centers

Revision: 4

1.0 SCOPE
1.1 This standard covers the design, supply and testing of medium voltage Motor Control Centers
(MCCs) at the Canadian Natural Resources Limited (CNRL) Horizon Oil Sands Project.
1.2 The MCCs shall be used to either control medium voltage motors and/or to supply medium
voltage power to non-motor loads.
1.3 The purpose of the guidelines is to ensure that the CNRL facilities are designed to be
economical, safe, reliable, and maintainable.
1.4 The MCC quantities, configuration and ratings are specified in either the Request for Quote
(RFQ) or in the Purchase Order (PO).
1.5 All equipment shall be certified by an accredited certification agency and bear its approval logo.
Refer to Alberta “Standata” document LEG-ECR-2 for a list of accredited certification agencies. .
2.0 CODES AND STANDARDS
2.1 The latest edition of the following codes and standards and all cross-referenced ones mentioned
by them shall apply:

a. CSA C22.1-09 Canadian Electrical Code, Part I Safety Standard for Electrical
Installations
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b. CSA C22.2 No. 14-10 Industrial Control Equipment

c. NEMA/ICS 3-2005 Medium Voltage Controllers Rated 2001-7200 V AC.


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d. NEMA/ICS 4-2005 Terminal Blocks.

e. IEEE 142-2007 (GREEN BOOK)Recommended Practice for Grounding of


Industrial and Commercial Power Systems

f. NEMA/ICS-2-2000 Industrial Control and Systems: Controllers, Contactors. and


(R2005) Overload Relays, Rated Not More Than 2000 Volts AC or 750
Volts DC

g. ANSI/IEEE C37.20.7- Guide for Testing Metal-Enclosed Switchgear Rated Up to 38


2007 kV for Internal Arcing Faults

3.0 GENERAL CONDITIONS AND REQUIREMENTS


3.1 Environment
3.1.1 The following environmental conditions exist at the CNRL site:
a. Non-hazardous area but trace amounts of hydrocarbons, SO2 and H2S gas may be
present.
b. Refer to CNRL Standard, 00-STD-IM-0007, “Site Specific Data”.

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3.1.2 The MCCs will be installed in a heated and ventilated building, and will be subject to the
following conditions:
a. Trace amounts of H2S.
b. Indoor temperature: +10 oC to +40 oC.
c. Relative Humidity: maximum 95% non-condensing.
3.2 Voltages
3.2.1 Medium Voltage Motor Control Centers shall be designed for the voltages noted in The
data sheet.
3.2.2 Control voltage shall be 120 VAC, and shall be derived from control transformers located
in each starter unit.
3.3 Order of Precedence
3.3.1 In general, the order of precedence shall be as follows where discrepancies arise:
 Canadian Electrical Code (CEC)
 Approved Variances to the Canadian Electrical Code.
 Other Regulatory Standards & Codes.
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 Contract Documents.
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 Drawings.
 IFC Approval Data Sheets
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 Approved Technical Deviations from CNRL Standards.


 CNRL Standards.
3.4 Data Sheet
3.4.1 Each MV MCC will have differing requirements. A separate data sheet shall be produced
for each during design. A template for the ‘Low Voltage Motor Control Center data sheet’
is located in 00-STD-EL-0035 “Technical Content of Electrical Records”. The contractor
is responsible for evaluating the requirements for each MV MCC.
3.4.2 These data sheets shall accompany every MCC order and shall be modified to suit.
3.4.3 If a deviation is necessary and it can be demonstrated that the requirement should be
changed, CNRL approval shall be required to change the requirements on the data sheet
for ratings, auxiliary devices, testing etc.
3.5 Documentation
3.5.1 All vendor documentation shall be supplied in both hard copy and electronic versions
formatted as noted in the RFQ or PO.
3.5.2 The units of measurement shall be SI units accompanied by Imperial units in
parentheses.
3.5.3 The following drawings shall be included in the Vendor’s documentation package:
a. MCC specification sheet(s) indicating structural features, bussing, bus bracing,
NEMA wiring, starter features, control circuit features and auxiliary device types.
b. MCC schedule indicating each starter and feeder size, location, fuse size & rating,
motor protection relay, and auxiliary devices.

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c. MCC elevation views showing starter/feeder locations and dimensions.


d. Typical schematic wiring diagrams showing all starter devices, connecting wiring
terminal block arrangement, CT and PT ratings and burden, time-current curves,
schematics, wiring diagrams for each type of contractor.
e. Nameplate schedule showing nameplate and lettering colors and sizes.
f. Standard structural cross sections and details.
g. Operating and maintenance manuals.
h. Recommended spare parts including prices, quantities and manufacturer’s part
numbers.
i. Instructional pamphlets for individual components such as contactors, relays and
overloads.
j. Listing of Vendor’s standard tests.
k. Certified test reports.
4.0 DESIGN REQUIREMENTS
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4.1.1 MCCs shall be metal-enclosed, free-standing vertical, dead-front steel structures. The
MCCs shall incorporate arc resistant construction features as defined
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by ANSI/IEEE 37.20.7 Type 2 accessibility with the control compartment door open for
maintenance purposes
4.1.2 A maximum of two starters or feeder units per vertical section is allowed. The MCCs
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shall normally be designed to allow both front and back access.


4.1.3 Each starter shall include a low voltage control section that shall be isolated from the
medium voltage section by sheet metal barriers.
4.1.4 Each compartment shall have separate access doors. Access doors shall be hinged and
gasketted and medium voltage access doors shall be padlockable.
4.1.5 Provide rear padlockable hinged access doors.
4.1.6 Provide front door mounted high strength viewing windows on all starter and feeder units.
The viewing windows shall be positioned so that the user can easily see the switch blade
location and position. The windows shall be made of material that can transmit infrared
light waves for thermal scanning.
4.1.7 Each medium voltage compartment door shall be mechanically interlocked to prevent the
following:
a. Opening the door when the contactor is closed or in the engaged position.
b. Closing the contactor when the door is open.
c. Racking the contactor in when the door is open.
4.1.8 Channel sills and lifting eyes or angles shall be provided for each shipping split.
4.1.9 Paint the MCC using manufacturer’s standard methods and colours unless otherwise
specified.
4.1.10 Supply ½ litre or 2 spray bombs of touch up paint for each shipping split.
4.1.11 Refer to the data sheet for further MCC structural details.

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4.1.12 Panels shall have provisions for cable entries. Each panel shall have removal plates and
the possibility to install stress cones. Sufficient space shall be left for adequate bending
and connections using compression terminals. Panels shall allow both top and bottom
entry.
4.2 Bussing
4.2.1 The MCC shall include a main horizontal bus rated for a minimum of 1200 amps or as
specified in the data sheet. The bus shall be insulated tin plated copper and shall be
braced for a minimum 250 MVA symmetrical fault level.
4.2.2 The main horizontal bus shall pass through any structure that is connected to the MCC
such as vendor supplied PLC or DCS I/O racks to allow future expansion at both ends.
4.2.3 A full-length horizontal ground bus located either at the top or bottom of the MCC shall be
included. Provide ground lugs at either end of the horizontal ground bus for #2/0 to #4/0
AWG ground cables.
4.2.4 Each controller section shall also include a vertical ground bus.
4.2.5 All power bussing shall be isolated by metal barriers from the wireways. The metal
barriers shall be designed to allow easy access to the power bus for thermal scanning.
4.2.6 The vertical bus, where applicable, shall include automatic shutters that isolate the bus
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from accidental contact when starters are withdrawn.
4.3 Controllers
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4.3.1 Motor controllers shall be designed as NEMA Class E2 fused controllers.
4.3.2 Controllers and feeders having higher rated power shall be placed closer to the MCC
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incoming section. Spare feeders and prepared spaces shall be positioned at the end of
the line-up.
4.3.3 Motor feeders having an 800 Amp Contactors or higher shall be installed in a one high
structure.
4.3.4 The controllers shall be designed to allow the following types of starting and control as
specified:
a. Full voltage non-reversing.
b. Full voltage reversing.
c. Reduced voltage auto transformer or reactor starting.
d. Wound rotor motor control.
e. Synchronous motor control.
f. Latched contactor supplying transformers
4.3.5 Motor controllers shall be complete with an isolating device, current limiting “R” rated
medium voltage fuses, control transformer, NEMA rated contactor, motor protection relay
and auxiliary devices such as pilot lights, timers, auxiliary contacts, push buttons and
selector switches, etc.
4.3.6 Controllers shall have a minimum interrupting rating of 63 kA symmetrical (80 kA
asymmetrical) at 15 kV and a minimum BIL of 95 kV.
a. Controllers shall be draw-out or fixed mounted as indicated in the data sheet.

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4.3.7 The isolating device shall be an externally operated, lockable, non-load break switch that
when open will isolate and ground the controller from the medium voltage supply. The
operating positions shall be clearly labelled on the front of the compartment.
4.3.8 Class R motor protection fuses shall be installed to provide short circuit protection. The
fuses shall safely interrupt the maximum fault levels stated in the data sheet and shall
coordinate with the motor protection relay and interrupting rating of the contactor.
4.3.9 Each controller shall include a mechanical anti-single phasing device to trip the contactor
in the event of a blown fuse. A singe phase relay could also be considered.
4.3.10 Contactors shall be electrically held vacuum type with a minimum rating of 360 A
enclosed.
4.3.11 Each controller shall include a 1.5 kVA minimum 120 VAC control transformer (CPT).
The CPT shall include both primary HRC and secondary fuses.
4.3.12 Motor anti-condensation heaters shall be supplied with power from an external source.
4.3.13 Each controller will also include a built in test circuit for operation of the contactor from a
remote 120 VAC source. This circuit will only function when the contactor is
disconnected from the CPT.
4.3.14 A programmable multi-function motor protection relay with RS-422/485 communications
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capability shall be provided for each controller as specified in the data sheet. MV motors
with differential protection shall be equipped with a GE Multilin SR469 relay, and these
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relays shall have the metering (“M”) and Harsh Environment (“H”) options.
4.3.15 Each controller shall include three phase current transformers (CTs) and one zero
sequence ground fault CT.
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4.3.16 The phase CTs shall have 5 amp secondaries and shall be sized for 3 to 4 amps
secondary current with full load primary current.
4.3.17 The zero sequence CT secondary current shall match the motor protection relay. The CT
shall be adequately sized to accommodate the specified motor cables passing through
the CT core.
4.3.18 The motor protection relay shall accept inputs from RTDs mounted in the motor stator
and bearings when specified in the data sheet.
4.3.19 Provide CT test blocks when indicated in the data sheet.
4.3.20 All compartments designated as ‘SPARE’ on the drawings shall be furnished as
completely wired units with all required components including blank nameplates.
4.3.21 All compartments designated as ‘SPACE’ on the drawings shall be furnished complete
with door and hardware required for the addition of drawout starter or feeder units.
4.3.22 Starter control wiring shall be NEMA Type B wired to Weidmuller WDU terminal blocks or
equivalent rail mounted type terminal blocks located in the low voltage control
compartment. Terminal blocks for CT circuits shall include provisions for shorting bars.
Terminal blocks shall be labelled on both sides using machine printed labels and shall
have the same identification as on the drawing.
4.3.23 Control wiring shall be #14 AWG red TEW or gray SIS and shall include machine printed
heat shrink wire markers on either end. CT wiring shall be minimum #10 AWG TEW or
SIS.
4.3.24 Pilot Lights shall be 1” or larger diameter LED cluster type.
4.3.25 Timers shall be electronic type. Pneumatic type is not allowed.

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4.3.26 Selector switches shall be 1” or larger diameter heavy duty oil resistant type.
4.3.27 Spare auxiliary contacts shall be wired to terminal blocks.
4.3.28 Motor controllers shall have capability to be controlled through DeviceNet or equal, by the
substation PLC, or automation DCS control system.
4.3.29 Motor protective relays should have capability to communicate through DeviceNet or
equal to the substation PLC.
4.4 Miscellaneous Features
4.4.1 When specified, provide manually operated fused or non-fused load break disconnects.
The disconnects which shall be located in separate structures, shall be spring loaded and
shall include wire reinforced glass viewing windows and door interlocks to prevent
entering the cubicle unless the switch is open.
4.4.2 When indicated, provide power factor correction capacitors and incoming surge
protection consisting of a three-phase station class lightning arrester and surge capacitor.
Power factor correction capacitors and surge protection shall be located in separate
compartments or structures.
4.4.3 Incoming metering shall be multi-function electronic programmable meters with RS-
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4.4.4 Incoming cable lugs shall be NEMA 2 hole long barrel compression type.
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4.4.5 Nameplates shall be provided for all devices (switch, relay, timer, etc.) as specified in the
data sheet. Each compartment door will have a name plate identifying the load being
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4.4.6 Wire all devices with RS-422/485 communications capability to a single set of terminal
blocks per device protocol. Install end-of-line resistors where required to allow
connection to a remote industrial PC.
4.4.7 Provide Windows-based communications software and protocol translators for use with a
remote PC.
5.0 VENDOR TESTING
5.1 Witness Testing
5.1.1 When specified on the purchase order, the vendor shall make allowances to have the
MCC testing witnessed by the Owner or Owner’s Representative.
5.1.2 The vendor shall notify the Owner or Owner’s representative in writing at least two weeks
in advance that the MCC is ready for witness testing.
5.2 Required Inspections and Tests
5.2.1 The MCCs shall be visually inspected to ensure that all specified controllers and other
components are present.
5.2.2 When drawout controllers have been specified, selected controllers shall be racked in
and out to ensure that bus stabs line up and to ensure that there is no binding.
5.2.3 Each controller shall be functionally tested to ensure the correct operation of contactors,
pilot lights, voltage metering, pushbuttons and selector switches.
5.2.4 Certified test results shall be included with the MCC shipment.

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Medium Voltage Motor Control Centers

Revision: 4

6.0 SHIPPING, HANDLING AND STORAGE REQUIREMENTS


6.1 MCC shall be protected for weatherproof outdoor storage. The MCC storage shelter shall be
heated to prevent freezing during cold weather.
6.2 Each shipping section shall be furnished with removable lifting lugs or eyes, and removable steel
channel base plates which shall permit using pipe rollers or dollies without damaging the frame
steel of the equipment.
6.3 Each starter shall be individually crated and tagged with its proper unit (location) number and the
breaker tag number if shipped separately.
6.4 Relays shall be shipped installed in the stationary structures and shall be securely blocked and
braced to prevent damage during shipment.
6.5 Each shipping section of stationary structures shall be provided with a permanently attached,
readily visible, identification tag bearing the equipment number of the assembly of which it is a
part.
6.6 One set of installation, operating, and maintenance instructions and certified test reports shall be
shipped with the MCC.
6.7 Refer to CNRL Standard 00-STD-EL-0027, “Packaged Equipment Electrical Requirements”
Section 29 for further shipping, handling and storage instructions.
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