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INVITATION TO TENDER

FOR

DIESEL TANK STATION EXTENSION PROJECT

SECTION 2

TECHNICAL PACKAGE

TENDER No. : CMIT-PRT-10.30-190118

Date: August, 2019


Dubai, U.A.E
CNOOC IRAQ LIMITED
SCOPE OF WORK
1.0 INTRODUCTION
1.1 CNOOC IRAQ LTD., (hereinafter called “Company”) is engaged in oil exploration and
development in the Missan oil field in Republic of Iraq.
There are two existing fuel stations in Missan Oil Fields: Old Diesel Station (hereinafter
referred to “Phase-I Fuel Station”), and Missan Oil Fields Diesel Tank Station (hereinafter
referred to “Phase-II Fuel Station’’)
In order to cater for diesel fuel requirements for oilfields exploration, development and
production. The demand of diesel fuel is expected to increase due to Company’s expansion
in the exploration, development and production operations, so in order to meet this demand
increment, the Company is desirous to build a Diesel Tank Station Extension Project
(hereinafter referred to “Phase-III Fuel Station” ).
Diesel Tank Extension Project shall extend the storage capacity only on the basis of Phase-
II Fuel Station. This Phase-III Fuel Station will be located besides the Phase-II Fuel Station,
which are outside of the Buzurgan Terminal.
Diesel Oil System of the Phase-III Fuel Station shall contain two 500m3 of diesel oil tanks;
Fire Fighting system shall contain one 500m3 fire water tank and fire water pumps with a
single-story half open type light steel pump shed, fire water system, fire foam system, etc.
And one OHTL system shall be connected from existing OHTL on the northwest side of
Phase-I Fuel Station and extended to the location of Phase-III Fuel Station, then through a
complete Kiosk transformer system and power distribution system, the power will be
provided to Phase-III Fuel Station facilities. Above-mentioned items are the main work
scope for this contract.
The following picture shows the location of each project in this area from Buzurgan
Terminal to the Diesel Tank Station Extension Project (Phase-III Fuel Station).

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The following picture depicts the existing facilities of Phase-II Fuel Station (blue-line part)
and new facilities of Phase- III Fuel Station (red-line part).

Note: Extended OHTL system, which include in new facilities of Phase- III Fuel Station
is not showing in above picture, however the location will be near the area.
1.2 Company is hereby pleased to invite Bidders to the bid of DIESEL TANK STATION
EXTENSION PROJECT.
1.3 The Contractor must ensure that all Works required by the Scope of Work together with the
combination of Engineering Design Drawings, Technical Specifications and Conditions of
Contract for this project, should be performed and completed in a professional manner,
properly recorded on drawings and documents where applicable, as Contract of its nature.
1.4 The location of Phase-III Fuel Station is approximately shown in above-mentioned pictures;
Bidders shall contact Company to visit the site during Bidding period.
1.5 Bidder shall have the valid ISO 9001, ISO 14001, and OHSAS 18001.
1.6 Bidder’s accumulated contract amount from 2015Y to 2019Y for oil and gas industry
projects experience shall be no less than 10 million USD with supporting documents.
1.7 Bidder shall have similar relevant EPC experiences which the scope of work should
include minimum capacity of 500m3 atmospheric tanks.

2.0 CONDITIONS
Minimum Daily Average (January) 3.4℃
Extremely Lowest Temperature (January) -2℃
Minimum ambient design temperature -5℃

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Maximum Daily Average (July) 43℃
Extremely Highest Temperature (July) 55℃
Max metal temp by sun shine 80℃
Prevailing Direction Wind NW-SE
Annual Rainfall 170mm
Average yearly rainfall 200mm
Maximum rainfall per day 50mm
Max Relative Humidity 80%
Min Relative Humidity 25%
Soil Bearing Capacity: See Geological Survey Report for details
Seismic Zone: Zone 2B (UBC97)
Fire Hazard: in design of separate building
Design wind speed: 160 Km/hr.
Design working life of reinforced concrete frame buildings: 50 years
Design working life of steel structure buildings: 30 years

3.0 GENERAL PROVISION


3.1 PROJECT OBJECTIVES
The major objectives of the Contract, which Contractor shall achieve, are as follows:
1. In accordance with Contract contents, Contractor shall submit commencement document,
Project organization chart, execution plan and schedule for company’s approval, prepare
detailed survey and engineering for Diesel Tank Station Extension Project, supply
material (except the materials and equipment that are supplied by the Company),
manufacture and fabricate materials as per project scope requirements, witness inspection
test at manufacturers shop and/or at other test facility and at site, properly pack, ship and
transport to the worksite, offload to site, store at site, transport from storage place to the
erection site, erect and construct, complete and commission, hand over Diesel Tank
Station Extension Project together with all corresponding documents to Company as per
Contract and Company procedures in a systematic manner within the time schedule
approved by Company.
2. To meet the requirements of Company with full respect to the function, processing,
quality (QA/QC), and safety.
3. To meet all the requirements with respect to Health, Safety and Environment (HSE) as
indicated in the appropriate Company HSE specifications and international industrial
practice. Meanwhile, Contractor shall pay more attention to the security and ensure the
safety for this project against the special environment in Iraq.
4. To complete whole corresponding and relevant works with accessories subjected to the
satisfaction, approval and acceptance by the Company & Consultant (PMC).

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3.2 COMPANY RESPONSIBILITIES:
1. Company shall supply and handover the site to Contractor during the construction period.
2. The signing, countersigning or other endorsements of any drawings and documentation
by Company’s representatives and/or Consultant (PMC) shall not be interpreted as
implying the responsibility for the correctness of such documents or relieving contractor
from its obligations to review all information, data, Drawings, and specifications
provided by Company.
3. Company shall check, measure, inspect and supervise the works done by Contractor.
4. Release the payment to the Contractor according to the stipulations in the Contract.
3.3 CONTRACTOR RESPONSIBILITIES:
In conjunction with the works summarized in the Scope of Work, Contractor shall also be
emphasized to carry out; but not limited to the following for the Work:
1. Conduct site survey and soil investigation, exploration of underground cables or
pipelines, etc., for the location of Phase-III Fuel Station.
2. The Contractor shall supply spare parts required for pre-commissioning, commissioning,
start-up, and for two (2) years of continuous operation of the project.
3. The Contractor shall in advance, provide the resume of project manager for Company
PMT review and approval before the official designation. Company reserves the right to
remove designated Contractor Project Manager according to the performance.
4. 1 technical engineer with at least 5 years engineering experience shall be provided by
Contractor and to be interviewed and approved by the Company and assigned full time
to the Company for the duration of the Work, with PC hardware and software as
appropriate.
5. Contractor shall provide relevant design qualification and experiences in similar projects
to carry out this part of work.
6. Prepare detailed design drawings according to the FEED Documents and Drawings
attached in the ITT provided by the Company, if Contractor have any discrepancy, notify
the Company for explanation.
7. Provision of equipment and materials procurement, construction, commissioning,
project control services, administration, accounting and reporting to Company or its
representatives as defined in Contract.
8. Provision and implementation of detailed execution plans, work time schedules, and
procedures & method statement for procurement, construction, and commissioning.
9. Accepting the Site on an “as is where is” basis and completing Site preparation work,
including temporary access, roads, tracks etc., as required for the Work.
10. Provision of adequate instruments, tools and facilities for the Consultant (PMC) as
required and including all inspection tools for critical items.
11. Preparation, submission for approval and implementation of Quality Assurance plan
suitable to ensure compliance with Contract specifications, and other inspection
requirements.
12. Preparation and submission of commencement report, Construction organization plan,
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Time limit for a project plan, Quality Control documentation for Company review and
comment
13. Confirmation of the adequacy of the specifications and design information by means of
detailed review in accordance with the FEED Documents and Drawings. Generation of
specifications and/or drawings where the existing specifications and/or drawings are
deemed insufficient. Contractor is to identify any consideration for this cost in its bid
14. Contractor Supplied Items: Contractor shall provide its procurement procedure for
Company’s review. Contractor’s procurement procedure shall take into account the
standardization of the Procurement process, and the adherence to the Vendor List
(Attachment 1), if the Contractor intends to supply any material from any vendor not
listed in the Vendors List, the Contractor shall seek Company’s approval by submitting
vendor’s qualification documents, Company has the right to approve or reject any
vendor not listed in the Vendors List.
15. The vendor list for main material / equipment shall submit for Company’s approval
before performance.
16. Contractor Supplied Items: Performing tendering, evaluation of vendors’ bids and
placing purchase orders, for all materials and equipment and review vendor documents
in order to confirm its compliance with the detailed engineering and the requirements of
the Work. All these materials and equipment are to be delivered to site in a professional
manner timely and as per project schedule requirements.
17. Contractor Supplied Items: Procurement services and supply, including inspection,
expediting, coordination, acceptance, forwarding, payment of legal fees, payment of
customs duty, customs clearance (including custom transit if necessary) of equipment
and bulk materials including sufficient overbuy, procurement of spare parts and
consumables for Pre-Commissioning, Commissioning, Start-up of the Project and spares
parts for 2-year operating. Provision should be made for Vendors assistance for
installation and commissioning of their equipment.
18. Provision of all materials required for execution of Work, including but not limited to
all consumables necessary for the testing, flushing, pre-commissioning, commissioning,
performance testing and operation of electrical and mechanical equipment and systems.
19. Provision, operation and maintenance of temporary construction facilities and removal
& cleaning of the same after completion of the Work.
20. Implement requirement of site storage and material protection for all procured
equipment and materials.
21. Preparation, demolishing the old system (if any), fabrication, assembling, erection,
construction, installation, pre-commissioning, testing & adjustment, reparation & re-
correction and commissioning all equipment and facilities of the Work, and handover to
Company following achievement of the performance tests and inspection.
22. Assignment of personnel, materials, equipment and support as required to perform the
Work.
23. Warranting that the personnel, material equipment, consumables and logistical
requirements to ensure effective and safe performance of the Work have been
determined. Contractor shall not change the Key Personnel assigned to the Project
without prior approval from Company.
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24. Operating a Quality Management system, in line with the requirements of ISO 9000
series, as supplemented by Company Quality Assurance specification. Contractor shall
ensure that all fabricators, vendors of equipment and materials are operating in line with
the requirement of ISO 9000 series, latest Edition.
25. Applying a health, safety & environment (HSE) Management system, in line with the
requirements of ISO 14000 & ISO 18000 series, as supplemented by Company HSE
specification. Contractor shall also ensure that all Sub-Contractors, fabricators, vendors
are operating in line with the requirement of ISO 14000 & ISO 18000 series, latest
Edition.
26. Provide adequate types and numbers of safety signs for construction phase and for future
operating phase of Phase-III Fuel Station shall be provided and placed throughout the
facilities as per International Standard.
27. Implementing a system of progress reporting by which Company remains regularly
informed of the status of the Work.
28. Provision of quality procedures for inspection and testing services for, but is not limited
to civil and structural work, building, fire-fighting system works, water supply,
distribution and drainage works, mechanical and piping works, electrical works,
instrument and control works, telecom, fire alarm and CCTV works, besides provision
of facilities, equipment, materials, consumables and documentation necessary for
inspection and testing at all stages of the Work, all as defined in the Contract and in
accordance with other industrial inspection requirements, inspection and testing
procedures and documentation shall be approved by Company.
29. Development and implementation of a comprehensive equipment and bulk materials
control, traceability and tracking system throughout all phases of Procurement,
Construction, Pre-Commissioning, and Commissioning.
30. Construction of the Work, including site preparation, building, fabrication, assembling,
reparation & re-correction, installation and erection as required in accordance with the
Scope of Work, specifications, drawings, etc. as defined in the Contract.
31. Provide all expendable / consumable construction supplies, fuel and lubricant for
construction requirements including safety items and personal protective equipment
(hard hats, safety shoes, safety clothing, eye goggles, etc.) for Contractor’s workers ,
Consultant and Company representatives.
32. Provision of general site security, including security for Contractor’s work and
accommodation areas, equipment, materials and tools, and also barricades or fencing
the areas as required.
33. Provision of vendors’ assistance including mobilization of vendors’ personnel to SITE
during Construction, Pre-Commissioning, Commissioning, and Performance Test for
the Work.
34. Control and reconciliation of spares used during Construction, Pre-Commissioning and
Commissioning and Start-up, if required.
35. Disposal of construction surplus and scrap during execution and upon completion of the
Work to a designated place approved by Company.
36. Clean-up Site and surrounding areas after completion of Work.

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37. Commissioning of the Work on a system by system, and conduct performance tests in
accordance with technical requirements as stipulated in the Contract.
38. Provision of Construction All Risk Insurance, the Third Party Insurance, and other
relative necessary insurance in accordance with Clause of Conditions of Contract-
“Insurance”.
39. Provision of all water requirements including potable, utility and water for all activities
40. Mobilizing all equipment, materials, consumables and personnel to the site and
providing transportation for personnel to and from the site. Providing temporary power
and lighting, utility and potable water and other service and facilities for Site.
41. Obtaining necessary permits from Company on daily basis to perform any work inside
the existing facilities (if any).
42. Contractor shall liaise through Company regarding any related work interfaces. This
includes Contractor’s obligation to bring to Company’s immediate attention, any
potential interface issue that the Contractor identifies.
43. Create and issue data books, operating & maintenance manuals and vendor technical
documents for electrical, mechanical, instrument & control system equipment &
facilities.
44. Create and issue all As-Built Drawings, and other relative project documents.
45. Contractor shall submit weekly report and monthly report to Company and Consultant
(PMC) accordance with the form approved by Company and Consultant (PMC) at least
2 days prior to the weekly meeting and monthly meeting.
46. Contractor shall obtain the construction permits and other necessary certifications for
this work from local government (if any).
4.0 DETAILED SCOPE OF WORK
4.1 GENERAL PROVISION
The description in this section (DETAILED SCOPE OF WORK) is not intended to be an
exhaustive and detailed statement of all operations and works involved and shall be read in
conjunction with all the other documents and drawings attached to this ITT.
It shall be the Contractor’s responsibility to assess the total quantum of work involved.
Should the Contractor be unable to clearly define the Tie-ins and Battery limits of the scope,
Contractor shall request Company to clarify and define the scope limits during the bidding
phase before the end of clarifications time window.
Contractor shall be deemed to have fully understood and allowed for the requirements and
extent of the work, as no additional compensation will be made on account of failure to do
so.
Contractor shall be deemed to have full working knowledge and have obtained all necessary
information and data of the Site at which the Work are to be performed, including prevailing
weather, surface and subsurface conditions, hydrological, climatic, safety and security and
other physical conditions, contingencies and all other circumstances under which the
Contract shall be performed.
The Work shall be executed in accordance with ITT documents and international industrial
practices.
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Contractor shall procure & supply all equipment & materials, transport to the worksite,
offload to site, store at site, transport from storage place to the work site, carry out the site
preparation, fabrication, assembling, erection and construction, installation, pre-
commissioning, testing & adjustment, reparation & re-correction, commissioning,
completion and acceptance, maintenance, final hand over the Work to Company in a
systematic manner according to drawings, technical specifications, and bills of quantities
(BOQ) included in ITT. Also, Contractor shall train the personnel of Company to manage,
maintain and operate the mechanical and electrical systems.
Contractor shall submit all the as-built drawings and necessary project documents at the end
stage of this project as completion documents (1 original, 4 copies of bound drawings, 5
copies of electronic disk and editable version).
4.2 SCOPE OF WORK BY CONTRACTOR
The Diesel Tank Station Extension Project (hereinafter referred to “Phase-III Fuel Station”)
will be located at the southeast and northeast of the existing Diesel Tank Station (hereinafter
referred to “Phase-II Fuel Station’’), which is about 1000m southeast of the Buzurgan
Terminal, about 100m to the National Road.
Contractor shall be responsible for the detailed survey and engineering (shop drawings),
supply of equipment, materials, construction, installation, testing and commissioning,
adjustment tools & facilities; detection for identify all underground facilities, and shall carry
out all the grading & leveling of the site, manufacture & fabrication, build & erection,
construction, installation, decoration & finishing, supply of structures, constructions,
petroleum, mechanical, electrical equipment & systems, outdoor site works and utility
system on all disciplines & specialties.
Combining FEED Documents and Drawings, technical specifications and BOQ, the main
contents of DIESEL TANK STATION EXTENSION PROJECT includes but not limited to
the following items:

4.2.1 Scope of Work on Process and Piping

4.2.1.1 Diesel Oil Tank Area


 Two 500-cubic meters diesel tanks, with pipes, fittings, valves, drainage basins, fire dike
and other facilities.
 All atmospheric storage tanks shall be design based on the conditions given in data sheets
and Company's specifications. In general, all atmospheric storage tanks shall be designed
according to API 650 Welded Storage Tanks for Oil Storage, and the pressure relief
devices shall comply with API 2000 Venting Atmospheric and Low-Pressure Storage
Tanks. The applicable specification is CILBCFQ-710-EQP-15.03-10074 Specification
for Welded Atmospheric Storage Tanks.
 The uniform live load for roof design shall be 1.2kPa. The tank bottom shall have a
minimum slope of 1:120.
 All shell opening connections, including nozzles, manholes, and clean out openings shall
meet the requirements of API 650.
 The anchor bolts shall be provided if required by API 650 Appendix F, and also the
emergency blow off hatch shall be provided according to API 2000.

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 The pipelines of these two new diesel oil tanks need to be connected on the existing diesel
oil system and also share the same loading pumps and unloading pumps with existing
diesel oil system. Tie-in points on the existing diesel oil pipes have to be inserted.

Diesel Oil System in Fuel Station Phase-II Diesel Oil System in Fuel Station Phase-III

Oily Waste
Oil from Oil to Loading
Drain Tie in
Unloading Pump
Pump Tie in
Loading
Pump Return
Oil Tie in
Oil to Dispensers
Tie in

4.2.2 Site Works & Outdoor Works

 Contractor shall carry out grading & leveling works at site including all the area in
accordance with the standards, codes and approved drawings. It includes all necessary
cut and fill earthworks, compaction works of the original soil, all necessary tests to ensure
the proper compaction as described in the relevant standards, codes and approved
drawings, leveling and grading the existing grade level by discarding soil to a suitable pit
near Company camp, which location shall be decided in consultation with Company.
 Contractor shall carry out all trenching works for the buried cables and tubes / pipes on
all work sites. Contractor’s scope shall include but is not limited to all excavation works,

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all compaction works, all testing works required to ensure the conformity of materials
and proper compaction, and disposal of excess material to Company designated locations.
 Contractor shall carry out all the fences, gates, gate barriers, and outdoor structures,
constructions and facilities out of buildings. Meanwhile, the utilities systems which
includes the all the pipes, tubes, cables & accessories for Water Supply, Drainage (WSD)
& Fire-fighting (FF), Heating, Ventilation & Air-Conditioning (HVAC), Electrical
(ELE), Telecommunication System (TEL), Process (PRO), Instrumentation (INS),
Mechanical (ME).
 Contractor shall carry out the road, walkway, final ground surface treatment (shall be
cement or gravel) and the surface rain water drainage, in accordance with the standards,
codes and approved drawings.
 All empty areas inside the Phase-III Fuel Station between roads, sheds and platforms
shall be filled with 10cm boulder gravel layer.

4.2.3 Architecture & Structure Works

Contractor shall be responsible for engineering, procurement, construction, completion and


maintenance of the follow foundations, structures & buildings. The foundations, structures &
buildings shall include, but not be limited to, the following:
 Two diesel tanks foundations, fire dikes walls shall be made of concrete with boulder
gravel ground, etc.
 One 500-cubic meters fire water tank foundation, pump foundations, a single-story half
open type light steel pump shed with concrete floor, overhead travelling crane inside
pump shed, etc.
 Kiosk Transformer system light steel shed with concrete foundation.
 All architecture & structure works related to electrical system such as OHTL system.

4.2.4 Scope of Work on Water Supply, Drainage (WSD)

4.2.4.1 Water Supply System


COMPANY will provide two water supply pipelines from the BUT to the Diesel Tank Station
Extension Project (Phase-III Fuel Station) as water sources. One is 4-inch R.O water pipeline
as a source of domestic water and firefighting water, material SRTP (Steel Reinforced
Thermo-plastic), pressure level 1.6 MPa, outlet pressure 0.8 MPa, flow 40-80m3/h. The other
is 6-inch production water pipeline for firefighting and fire station water cranes, material
SRTP, pressure level 1.6 MPa, outlet pressure 1 MPa, flow 90-135m3/h. These water supply
pipelines are not in the scope of this project and will be done by other contractor.
Contractor shall reserve tie-in points and connect to above mentioned pipelines. The tie-in
points will be located outside the north side of fence of the Phase-III Fuel Station about 5
meters away. For each line, Contractor shall reserve tie-in point by providing the gate valve,
blind flange and valve well and connect to above-mentioned RO water pipeline and
production water pipeline.
Besides, one 2-inch PPR water pipeline shall be constructed from the downstream of tie-in
point of 4-inch RO water pipeline and extended and tie-in to the existing domestic water tank
near Control Center Building of Phase-II Fuel Station to supply the domestic water.Contractor
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shall be responsible for the engineering, procurement, supply, installation and commissioning
of the water supply piping systems of the Diesel Tank Station Extension Project (Phase-III
Fuel Station), including fittings, valves, taps, water meters and pipes, etc.
4.2.4.2 Water Drainage System
The existing water drainage system of Phase-II Fuel Station compromise one 12-inch drainage
pipeline and a waste water pool, which is collecting the water from existing diesel tank area
fire dike, fire water tank discharge and overflow outlets pipelines, foam room, etc.
Water Drainage System of Phase-III Fuel Station shall be constructed and tie-in to the existing
drainage system to share the drainage pipes and waste water pool. The details include but not
limited to the following:
 Water drainage system in New Diesel Tank Area shall be constructed to collect the
ground water from inside of the fire dike, by gravity flow through the drainage well and
into the drainage pipeline outside and along the fire dike. The new drainage pipeline shall
be connected to the existing 12-inch water drainage pipeline of Phase-II Fuel Station,
sharing the existing waste water pool. New pipes specification shall be according to
existing drainage pipeline of Phase-II Fuel Station. In future operating phase, normally
the waste water pool will be emptied by the means of tankers.
 Water drainage system in New Fire Water Tank Area shall be constructed drainage pipes
to conduct the water drainage from the New Fire Water Tank discharge and overflow
outlets by gravity flow into the existing 12-inch water drainage pipeline of Phase-II Fuel
Station, sharing the existing waste water pool.
 Water drainage system in single-story half open type light steel pump shed shall include
the drainage trenches surrounding the pump shed, by gravity flow through the drainage
well and into the drainage pipeline, The new drainage pipeline shall be connected to the
existing 12-inch water drainage pipeline of Phase-II Fuel Station, sharing the existing
waste water pool.
Contractor shall be responsible for engineering, procurement, supply, installation and
commissioning of the drainage system of the Diesel Tank Station Extension Project (Phase-
III Fuel Station), including pipes, fittings and wells, etc.

4.2.5 Scope of Work on Fire Fighting System

The new fire fighting system of Phase-III Fuel Station comprising of 1 X 500 m3 fire water
tank, fire water pumps with relevant fire foam/water piping, fitting and instrument, etc.
The water source of new fire fighting system will be the 4-inch RO water pipeline and 6-inch
production water pipeline (See Sec 4.2.4.1). These water pipelines are not in work scope of
Contractor, while reservation of valve wells and tie-in work to above mentioned pipelines
shall be done by Contractor. In future operating phase, if met pipeline failure, it can use the
tank truck to supply water to the fire water tanks.
The new fire fighting system shall mainly have the following functions:
 It shall be served for the Diesel Tank Station Extension Project (Phase-III Fuel Station);
 It shall be interconnected with existing Phase-II Fuel Station fire fighting system as a
backup in following ways:

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 Interconnected between New Fire Water Tank (Phase-III Fuel Station) and existing
fire water tank (Phase-II Fuel Station), at both tanks’ inlet and outlet points. (See
Section 4.2.5.1)
 Interconnected between New Fire Water Pipe Network (Phase-III Fuel Station) and
existing fire water pipe network (Phase-II Fuel Station) at downstream of fire water
pumps. (See Section 4.2.5.2)
 Extend one new fire water loop pipeline surrounding New Diesel Tank Area of
Phase-III Fuel Station from the existing fire water loop pipeline which is surrounding
existing diesel tank area of Phase-II Fuel Station. (See Section 4.2.5.2)
 Extend two new fire foam pipelines from the existing manifold inside of Foam
Station of Phase-II Fuel Station, and respectively to the foam generators of new
diesel tanks of Phase-III Fuel Station. (See Section 4.2.5.3)
 Extend one new fire foam loop pipeline surrounding new diesel tanks area of Phase-
III Fuel Station from the existing fire foam loop pipeline which is surrounding exiting
diesel tanks area of Phase-II Fuel Station. (See Section 4.2.5.3)
 It shall be served as the fire water supply source to the adjacent new facilities which are
to be built in future such as BUT New Camp, Fire Station, LSD Workshop, Airport.
Therefore, the system shall reserve the tie-in points for the fire water pipelines (two
pipelines) which is to be built in future by other contractor. (See Section 4.2.5.2)
4.2.5.1 New Fire Water Pump Station
New facilities for the New Fire Water Pump Station include:

 One 500 cubic meters fire water tank

 Single-story half open type light steel pump shed:

 Overhead travelling crane shall be equipped inside the pump shed for convenience
of maintenance of the equipment;
 Electrical driven fire water pump (working pump with soft starting system), a diesel
driven fire water pump (stand-by pump) with separate diesel tank and all accessories.

 Two electrical driven fire water jockey pumps (soft starting system), one working and
one standby

 One 450L fire water stabilizing vessel

Contractor shall integrate the existing and new fire pumping system into a whole. As a part
of this integration scope and in order to maximize the fire water reserve, Contractor shall
provide an interconnection piping between the existing Fire Water Tank of Phase-II Fuel
Station and the new Fire Water Tank of Phase-III Fuel Station at inlet and outlet nozzles with
adequate isolation valves.

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4.2.5.2 Fire Water Pipe Network


In order to increase the overall system reliability and availability, and to maximize the
utilization of existing facilities, existing fire water pipe network of Phase-II Fuel Station and
the New Fire Water Pipe Network of Phase-III Fuel Station shall be interconnected with
adequate piping, fittings and valves so as to let the fire water pumps of each station are able
to serve the network of the other station.

One 8-inch fire water loop pipeline shall be drawn from the existing fire water loop pipeline
of Phase-II Fuel Station and extended to cover up New Diesel Tank Area of Phase-III Fuel
Station. New pipes specification shall be according to existing fire water pipelines of Phase-
II Fuel Station.
Two 3-inch fire water spraying pipelines shall be drawn from above mentioned fire water
loop pipeline with manual switching valves arrangement and respectively extended to two
New Diesel Tank to form as water spay cooling system of the tanks.
Meanwhile, the New Fire Fighting System will serve as the fire water supply source to the
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Workshop, Airport. And corresponding outlet 10-inch fire water pipelines (2 pipelines) will
be built in future by other contractor.
Contractor shall terminate two tie-in points with above mentioned outlet fire water pipelines
by gate valves, blind flanges and valve wells, the location of reserved tie-in points shall be
outside the east side of fence of the Phase-III Fuel Station about 5 meters away.
Contractor shall be responsible for Engineering, Procurement, Construction, Commissioning
and start-up of these works as part of the overall scope of this project.
4.2.5.3 Fire Foam Piping System
Two 4-inch fire foam pipelines shall be drawn from the manifold in the existing Foam Station
of Phase-II Fuel Station and respectively extended to the foam generators of two New Diesel
Tanks of Phase-III Fuel Station.
In details, additional two motor driving actuator valves shall be procured and erected nearby
existing motor driving actuator valves, and the existing valves control box shall be replaced
with a bigger one which is suitable for the control of 7 motor driving actuator valves and
relocated inside the existing foam station. The existing 2 module boxes besides the valve
control box shall also be relocated insdie the existing foam station.

One 6-inch fire foam loop pipeline with valves, fittings, hydrants and fire monitors shall be
drawn from the existing fire foam loop pipeline of Phase-II Fuel Station and extended to cover
up New Diesel Tank Area of Phase-III Fuel Station. New pipes specification shall be
according to existing fire foam pipelines of Phase-II Fuel Station.
4.2.5.4 Fire Extinguisher
All building & Area shall be equipped with suitable number and type of fire extinguishers.
The types of fire extinguishers include CO2, foam and dry powder, and the fire extinguishers
will be adopted with the requirements of NFPA 10.

4.2.6 Scope of Work on Electrical (ELC)

The scope of work includes Engineering, Procurement, Construction, Pre-commissioning and


Commissioning for the following:

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 OHTL System, Complete Kiosk Transformer system, Power Distribution System.

 Power distribution system for Phase-III Fuel Station, including indoor/outdoor lighting,
emergency lighting, socket outlet, power distribution boxes, etc.

 Earthing system and lightening protection system for Phase-III Fuel Station.

 Electrical system inside New Fire Water Pump Station.

The details of mentioned scope will be described herein below:


 OHTL System
OHTL system shall be constructed from existing power supply OHTL line nearby Phase-
II Fuel Station and extended to Phase-III Fuel Station to transfer power to the Complete
Kiosk Tansformer System. Including civil work, foundation, Double circuit suspension
tower, 120mm2 ACSR, cable terminal, H poles, knife switch, other essential accessories
etc.
 Complete Kiosk Transformer system
Include foundation, structure, maintenance road, incoming panel, PT, distribution panel,
oil transformer, ATS, MCCB, cooling equipment etc.
 Electrical inside of light steel shed for Kiosk System
Include lighting, earthing system etc.
 Power Distribution System
Power distribution cable and outdoor power distribution panel for all equipment, lights
etc.
 Electrical inside of single-story half open type light steel pump shed of New Fire Water
Pump Station
Include lighting, earthing system etc.
 Power Source Connection Work.
4.2.6.1 Lighting
Street lighting shall be set along the main road, and local lighting is set in key parts such as
complete kiosk transformer system, newly added two diesel oil tanks area and new fire water
pump station area etc.
4.2.6.2 Earthing system and Lightning protection.
As part of its scope, Contractor shall consider the provision of design, supply, construction
and testing of proper Earthing system for the facility, the system shall comprise of earth pits
and ground rods, ground grid, and earthing conductors and cables besides suitable fittings,
connectors and earthing bars. Copper shall be considered as the main material for all system
elements, connections and rods.
Separate lightning rods shall be set in the Phase-III Fuel Station. Lightning rod protection
shall be adopted in the connection of the Phase-III Fuel Station.
4.2.6.3 Hazardous Area classification:
Contractor shall Conduct Hazardous Area classification study as a part of the detailed
engineering scope, the study shall be carried out in accordance with international practices
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and adequate process data, Contractor shall select suitable materials complying with area
classification result , the type and degree of protection of each electrical device and equipment
shall comply with area classification, nature of equipment, use and operation conditions.

4.2.7 Scope of Work on Telecommunication (TEL)

The scope of telecommunication of this project includes engineering, supply of materials and
equipment, construction, pre-commissioning and commissioning of the following systems:
 Telephone and network system
 Fire alarm system
 Closed circuit TV (CCTV) system
 Fiber Optic Cable (FOC) Telecommunication System
4.2.7.1 Telephone and network system
Contractor shall be responsible for engineering, supply, installation, testing and
commissioning of the telephone system in Phase-III Fuel station including equipment
installation, cabling, termination works and configuration works.
COMPANY will provide one 24-cores fiber optical cable (FOC) from BUT to the Diesel Tank
Station Extension Project (Phase-III Fuel Station). 200 meters FOC will be reserved nearby
the 4” RO water and 6” production water reserved tie-in point (location as described in Section
4.2.4.1)
Contractor shall carry-out all required FOC extension and erection works from above
mentioned tie-in point to telecommunication cabinet which is in the existing Control Center
Building of Phase-II Fuel Station.
In Diesel Tank Station Extension Project (Phase-III Fuel Station), the network switch shall be
set in telecommunication cabinet which located in the existing Control Center Building of
Phase-II Fuel Station. The quantity and location of telephone and network data outlet, cabling
from telecommunication cabinet to all outlets shall be part of Contractor’s responsibility. The
wiring distribution of network system uses star configuration.

Future Fiber Optic Distribution Network from BUT


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Room Layout in Existing Control Center Building of Phase-II Fuel Station

4.2.7.2 Gas & Flame Detection System and Fire Alarm System
Fire alarm system shall be considered in this project to ensure personal and property security
at Phase-III Fuel Station, network interface shall be reserved to provide connectivity and
interface with the existing fire alarm system of Phase-II Fuel Station.
The fire alarm system shall include but not limited to: digital flame proof multi-IR flame
detectors, flame proof catalyst type combustible gas detectors, intelligent heat detectors,
photo-electronic smoke detectors, intelligent manual call points and fire-resistant
cabling…etc.
The smoke detectors, manual call points fire alarm button shall be placed at reasonable
locations. Outdoor explosion-proof manual fire alarm buttons will be set up in hazardous area.
Contractor shall be responsible for design, supply, installation, testing and commissioning of
fire alarm system including indoor and outdoor detectors and cabling besides intelligent fire
alarm control panel with all interfaces.
Existing FIRE ALARM SYSTEM of Phase-II Fuel Station information is listed as following,
BRAND: GST5000 Intelligent Fire Alarm Control Panel
4.2.7.3 CCTV System
CCTV system shall be considered to set in this project for monitoring Phase-III Fuel Station.
The new CCTV system shall be incorporated into the existing CCTV system of the Phase-II
Fuel Station.
Explosion-proof fixed color cameras shall be installed surrounding of all site, which guarantee
cameras view to cover all of important facilities.

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4.2.8 Scope of Work on Instrument and Automatic Control

Contractor shall perform all instrument and control system Engineering, Procurement,
Construction, Installation, Configuration, Testing, Commissioning and Start-up necessary to
complete the Work.
The scope of instrumentation and control shall include but not limited to detailed engineering,
documentation, supply, installation of all field instrumentation, automatic/electrically
actuated valves, fabrication of supports, junction boxes installations, cabling and termination
works, bulk materials with all interconnections and interfaces with other systems, performing
pre-commissioning checks, calibration works, loops checking, configuration, commissioning,
training of personnel and providing as built documentation. The instrumentation equipment
and systems that shall be finally accepted by owner shall meet or exceed all the performance
and design requirements for the project.
Adequate field instrumentation with suitable explosion protection method and degree of
protection shall be used according to hazardous area classification study and operation
conditions. All field instruments shall be supplied with sunshades.
All Instrument cables shall be buried directly in underground trenches, their trench shall be
900 mm depth, standard method of direct buried cables shall be deployed utilizing fine soil
bedding layers above and below the cable, protective tiles, and plastic warning tapes…etc.
Existing PLC system of Phase-II Fuel Station information are listed as following,
Brand: Schneider 140CPS 114 20, CPU: 672 61 HOT STANDBY CONTROLLERS
CRP 93200 RIO HEAD; NOE 77101 ETHERNET 10/100

4.2.9 Scope of Work on Cathodic protection (CP) and Anti-corrosion:

The Contractor shall carry out anti-corrosion works including provision of engineering design
drawings, technical specifications, datasheets and materials take-off lists in accordance to
conditions of contract, and all the related ITT documents as well as international industrial
practice to reach the satisfaction, approval, and acceptance by Company and Consultant
(PMC).
Underground piping, diesel tanks, fire water tank shall be protected by Sacrificial Anode
Cathodic protection method, Contractor is responsible for design, supply, construction and
commissioning of such Cathodic protection system and all materials required such like
Anodes, cables, thermite welding materials, reference electrodes, test posts…etc.
For the Anti-corrosion of underground steel piping, pipes with 3PE layer coating type shall
be selected to use in the Diesel Tank Station Extension Project.
For the Anti-corrosion of above ground steel piping, pipes shall be painted and coated.
The scope of work includes engineering, supply materials and, construction for the painting
and coating of the piping and tanks.

4.2.10 Tie-in List:

As a Part of its scope, Contractor is responsible for the Detailed Engineering, Procurement,
Construction and Commissioning and start-up of the following Tie-in points within existing
facilities and systems:

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No Tie-in description
PCS & WSD & FF
1 Five (5) tie-ins (including pipeline to loading pump, pipeline from unloading pump,
return pipeline from loading pump, pipeline to dispenser, oily waste drain pipeline)
between existing diesel oil system of Phase-II Fuel Station and New Diesel Tank of
Phase-III Fuel Station shall be created with adequate piping, fittings, valves and piping
supports. (See Section 4.2.1.1)
2 Two (2) tie-ins with 4-inch RO water pipeline and 6-inch production water pipelines
(pipelines done by other contractor) will be located outside the north side of fence of
the Phase-III Fuel Station about 5 meters away. For each line, Contractor shall reserve
tie-in point by providing the gate valve, blind flange and valve well and connect to
above-mentioned RO water pipeline and production water pipeline. (See Section
4.2.4.1)
3 One (1) tie-in shall be created at domestic water tank near Control Center Building of
Phase-II Fuel Station and connected to the 2-inch PPR water pipeline to supply the new
domestic water. (See Section 4.2.4.1)
4 One (1) tie-in from the existing 12-inch water drainage pipeline of Phase-II Fuel
Station shall be created and extended to the New Diesel Tank Area to collect waste
water from the fire dike of Phase-III Fuel Station. (See Section 4.2.4.2)
5 One (1) tie-in from the existing 12-inch water drainage pipeline of Phase-II Fuel
Station shall be created and extended to the New Fire Water Tank discharge and
overflow outlets of Phase-III Fuel Station. (See Section 4.2.4.2)
6 Two (2) tie-ins between existing fire water tank of Phase-II Fuel Station and the New
Fire Water Tank of Phase-III Fuel Station (one between the inlet nozzles and the other
between the outlet nozzles of both fire water tanks). Contractor shall provide adequate
piping and isolation valves for this interconnection. (See Section 4.2.5.1)
7 Two (2) tie-ins between fire water headers of Phase-II Fuel Station and Phase-III Fuel
Station so as to let the fire water pumps of each station be able to serve the fire water
network of the other station. Contractor shall provide adequate piping, fittings and
valves. (See Section 4.2.5.2)
8 Two (2) tie-ins from the existing fire water loop pipeline of Phase-II Fuel Station shall
be created and extended to the New Diesel Tank Area to form a new fire water loop
pipeline for Phase-III Fuel Station. (See Section 4.2.5.2)
9 Two (2) tie-ins from the existing foam distribution manifold in existing Foam Room of
Phase-II Fuel Station shall be created and introduced respectively to the foam
generators of two New Diesel Tanks of Phase-III Fuel Station. (See Section 4.2.5.3)
10 Two (2) tie-ins from the existing fire foam loop pipeline shall be created and extended
to the New Diesel Tank Area to form a new fire foam loop pipeline for Phase-III Fuel
Station. (See Section 4.2.5.3)
11 Two (2) tie-ins to the outlet 10-inch fire water pipelines (2 pipelines) which will be
built in future by other contractors to supply fire water to adjacent facilities such as
BUT New Camp, Fire Station, LSD Workshop, Airport. Contractor shall terminate two
tie-in points with above mentioned outlet fire water pipelines by gate valves, blind
flanges and valve wells, the location of reserved tie-in points shall be outside the north
side of fence of the Phase-III Fuel Station about 5 meters away. (See Section 4.2.5.2)
ELC & TEL & INS
Foaming Control System
Provision of additional two motor driving valves with signal wires, terminals, modules
1 etc.
Provision of updated control system for 7 valves, and the new parts configuration can be
fully compatible with existing system and do not affect existing system running.

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Power System
Electrical power source shall be from the existing OHTL system which is estimated no
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more than 500m far away from Phase-III Fuel Station, and connection with related
procurement work belong to Contractor.
IT network with fiber optic distribution network from BUT terminal to provide
communication interface between main CCR in the BUT and the Phase-II Fuel Station
(Fiber optic network will be laid by others), Contractor scope involves the connection
3 (splicing/branching) from fiber optic network including provision of all required
materials and devices such as: 24 cores Fiber optic cable, splicing boxes, Optical
distribution frame (ODF) and optical convertors besides addition of any required
hardware and software at Phase-II Fuel Station.
PLC system Tie-in: two options are provided for Contractor selection
Option 1, Provision of all of essential parts, such as adequate DCS cabinet,
AI/AO/DI/DO module, safety barrier, SPD, signal wire connections between new-added
two diesel oil tanks, pump facilities, valves of Phase-III Fuel Station and the existing
PLC system control panel in Control Room of Control Center Building of Phase-II Fuel
Station, Contractor should guarantee the new parts and configuration can be fully
4 compatible with existing PLC system and do not affect existing system running.
Option 2, Contractor shall provide whole set of new built PLC system as the replacement
of existing PLC system, which include all essential part, such as DCS cabinet, all
AI/AO/DI/DO module, safety barrier, SPD, signal wire connections. Which guarantee
all new and existing signal transmission, configuration can be achieved from new PLC
system and monitored from new PLC system.in Control room of Control Center Building
of Phase-II Fuel Station.
Fire Alarm System
Provision of all panels and modules, which guarantee all signal wire connections
between new fire water pump station of Phase-III Fuel Station and the existing extinguish
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control panel in Control Room of Control Center Building of Phase-II Fuel Station,
Contractor should guarantee the new parts and configuration can be fully compatible
with existing system and do not affect existing system running.
The final tie-in detail depends on Company requirement and Contractor detail engineering.
4.3. SCOPE OF WORK BY COMPANY
1. Company will, but is not obliged to, provide assistance to the Contractor in securing necessary
permits or data from Iraqi governmental authorities and/or agencies when required under this
Agreement. Failure by Company to obtain and provide such assistance shall not relieve the
Contractor from its obligation to secure the same at its own costs, as follows:
Provide relevant FEED specifications, drawings, technical document and resolve any
deficiency, ambiguity or contradiction in such information.
2. Company shall supply and handover the site to the Contractor during the construction period.
3. Company through its PMT/PMC representatives shall have the right to review all
contractor/vendor documents to assure their compliance to the technical specification and scope
of work.
4. Company including project management team (PMT) and project management consultant (PMC)
shall inspect and supervise the Contractor’s work for this project.
5. Company will, but is not obliged to, provide necessary assistance to the Contractor, such as site
water for hydrotest and power supply.
6. Company will, but is not obliged to, provide the power tie-in points for Contractor’s living camp
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and Contractor shall be response for construction to connection power between power location
and camp. Meanwhile, Contractor shall also prepare the diesel generators as Company’s power
supply is not available. Company can supply diesel to Contractor’s generator with approval of
Company in accordance with Company’s regulation, the diesel supplied to Contractor will be
deducted from Company payment to Contractor as per the market price.
7. Company will, but is not obliged to, provide the water source tie-in points for Contractor’s living
camp and Contractor shall be response for construction to connection between water location
and camp. If lack of water, Contractor shall take it from another place by themselves.
8. All demining work will be done by Company. Demining certificate should be issued for
Contractor.

5.0 PROJECT SCHEDULE


The Target Completion and Acceptance Date shall be within 15 months from the Commencement
Date for detail design, purchase, construction, commissioning and hand over the project to
Company.
Project Key Milestone dates shall be as per below table:

Milestone Scheduled Date / Milestone Based


Milestone description
Number on Expected Contract Effective Date

Milestone 1 Contract Date Date of Signing Contract

Completion of Mobilization and


Milestone 2 3 months after the Contract Date
Project Commencement Date

Approval of Site Survey, Soil


Milestone 3 Investigation and Detailed 3 months after Commencement Date
Engineering

Achieve Mechanical Completion


Milestone 4 of Diesel and Firefighting Water 11 months after Commencement Date
Tanks

Achieve Overall Mechanical


Milestone 5 13 months after Commencement Date
Completion

Achieve Target Completion and


Milestone 6 15 months after Commencement Date
Acceptance

Completion of Warranty 12 Months from achieving the Target


Milestone 7
Guarantee Completion and Acceptance Date

6.0 MECHANICAL COMPLETION, TARGET COMPLETION AND ACCEPTANCE


6.1 MECHANICAL COMPLETION
Mechanical Completion is the Responsibility of the Contractor. Mechanical Completion
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shall include, but not necessarily be limited to:
• Systematic Conformity checks carried out on each part or item of equipment, of
component, and system per discipline such as tanks, pumps, field instruments, control
system, motors, cables….etc., in order ensure that the items have been installed in
compliance with the drawings and specifications, manufactures instructions, safety rules,
codes, standards and good practice.
• Static, de-energized tests of specific equipment, to ensure the quality of critical
components. This work will cover activities such as; calibration of instruments,
machinery alignment, setting of safety valves, pressure testing of pipe, testing of cables
for continuity and insulation.
• Flushing and cleaning of piping and vessels. And the media in the piping and vessels
shall be cleaned up.
• Contractor shall provide experienced and qualified personnel to perform Pre-
commissioning activities and achieve Mechanical Completion. Contractor shall note
that Commissioning of the system, equipment and facilities identified in the Contract
shalt not commence until Mechanical Completion has been achieved and certificate
issued by Company
• Contractor shall comply with the Pre-commissioning requirements as defined
hereinafter in accordance with the specifications;

• Contractor shall provide all test equipment worksite radios as required.


• Mechanical Completion shall be a systematic and progressive activity leading to issuance
of a Mechanical Completion Certificate from Company
• Upon completion of all the Pre-commissioning requirements and such system is ready
for Commissioning, the Contractor shall apply for the Mechanical Completion
Certificate.
6.2 TARGET COMPLETION AND ACCEPTANCE
Target completion and acceptance is the Responsibility of the Contractor. Target completion
and acceptance shall include, but not necessarily be limited to:
• After issuance of Overall Mechanical Completion Certificate, Contractor shall prepare
detailed Commissioning methodology and plan as well as the integration of method state
statement of every special Vendor or Sub-Contractor.
• Contractor shall execute all activities required for commissioning and Pre-acceptance of
the process, mechanical, electrical equipment & control system, i.e. checking, putting
into operation and operating the utilities systems required for acceptance and other
facilities, and all verifications required to demonstrate that the satisfactions of system.
• Contractor shall note that Commissioning shall generally include the following activities
and such activities are to be completed prior to Performance Test of the system.
a) Operational testing of the equipment & facilities including leak tests (at maximum
operating pressure) as required.
b) Operational and functional testing of water supply, drainage & fire fighting, heating,
ventilation, Air-conditioning equipment & systems.
c) Operational testing of all electrical power system and equipment, control systems
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and equipment, and light current & telecommunication system and equipment,
cathodic protection anti-corrosion system.
d) Contractor shall execute all activities required for commissioning and start-up of
the facilities, i.e. checking, putting into operation and operating the utilities systems
required for commissioning the process and other facilities, and all verifications
required to demonstrate that the process facilities are ready for start-up.
e) Equipment package shall be subject to Commissioning operations at Site,
irrespective of the amount of testing that may have taken place at manufacturers’
shops.
f) All mechanical, electrical & plumbing (MEP) and process facilities shall be subject
to Commissioning operations at site, irrespective of the testing that may have taken
place at manufacturers’ shops.
• Spare parts for Pre-Commissioning, Commissioning, Start-up and consumables (such
like lube oil, fuel, etc.) and for 2-years operating shall be provided by the Contractor,
price of which shall be included in the lump sum price of the Contract.
• On-Site Training Program Implementation (details as per Section 14.0)
• Once the Commissioning and the preliminary inspection finished, the Contractor shall
adjust, repair, remedy the work and make it to be perfect according to the comments and
instructions from the Company and Consultant In order to achieve Target Completion
and Acceptance.
• Contractor shall prepare Acceptance Dossiers for Phase-III Fuel Station. The
Acceptance Dossiers shall include the following documentation, as a minimum
requirement.
- Mechanical Completion Certificates
- Punch list
- All Commissioning/Performance tests sheets
- All calibration sheets and records
- Vendor factory and site acceptance tests (FAT and SAT) reports and certificates
- Set points of relays, protective devices
- Record of site modifications in drawings and documents
- Alarm, range control and trip settings register / schedule
- Commissioning procedures / manuals
• The Target Completion and Acceptance shall be conducted after the completion of
rectification by Contractor and re-inspection, satisfaction, acceptance by of Company
and Consultant (PMC), finally leading to issuance of a Target Completion and
Acceptance Certificate by the Company and Consultant (PMC).
• The Contractor shall submit all As-Built Drawings and all project documents within
Two Weeks after issuance the Target Completion and Acceptance Certificate.

7.0 WARRANTY GUARANTEE

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The Contractor shall enter the Warranty Guarantee period of 12 months from issuance the Target
Completion and Acceptance Certificate. During Warranty Guarantee period Contractor shall
conduct all necessary maintenance of among the Works, except the parts of the Works whose
guarantee period has been specified longer in related specifications. The Contractor should also
guarantee the Work against defective materials and poor workmanship, and the Contractor shall
repair or make good, at his own expense, any defects noted during the guarantee period in case
of liquidated damage happening.

8.0 DEMOBILIZATION
After the completion of Warranty Guarantee period, the Company, Consultant, and Contractor
will inspect whole project again to verify that the whole Works complying with the Engineering
Design Drawings, Technical Specifications, Bills of Quantities (BOQ), Conditions of Contract,
other relative Contractual Documents and Comments by Company and Consultant, and the final
satisfaction, approval, and acceptance by the Company and Consultant.
Upon the final approval, Contractor shall demobilize which shall include, but not be limited to:
• Dismantling and removal of all Contractor’s temporary facilities (Site office, Workshop,
Stores, Camp accommodation etc.) and utility systems.
• Removal of all balance construction equipment, machinery, tools, rigging, cranes,
scaffolding etc. from site.
• Removal of all surplus equipment and materials.
• Reinstatement of the areas of temporary facilities to a clean and tidy condition to the
satisfaction of Company.
9.0 BASIC DOCUMENTS LIST
Contractor shall supply all documentation requested by Company. Documentation shall be issued
to Company for approval. Re-issued documentation shall be at Contractor's expense and will be
re-submitted to Company for approval. The following documentation is referred to Contractor.
Attachment FEED Documents and Drawings
Other Support Documents

10.0 MANAGEMENT AND PROJECT CONTROLS

10.1 Scope of Project Management


Contractor scope of Project Managements. Document the followings as a minimum:
 Preparation and submission of organization charts for detailed procurement, construction.
 Provision of a project management team or teams to manage the implementation of the Work.
 Implementation of a safety program throughout the execution of the Work.
 Implementation of a quality assurance program throughout the execution of the Work and
submission of periodic reports to Company.

10.2 Construction Management

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Contractor shall provide all construction management, supervision and support services for the Work.
This shall include:
 Construction Management
 Safety Management.
 Quality/Quality Assurance/Control.
 Material control and warehousing.
 Disposal of construction surplus materials.

10.3 Project Controls


In order to ensure that the project implementation will be carried out in a professional and efficient
manner, Contractor shall formulate and implement a total project control system.
 A Project Execution Schedule
 A Progress Measurement / Monitoring System
 A Reporting System

10.4 Construction Site Facilities


The Contractor shall provide all services and required to support the Construction phase of the Work
and these shall include, but not be limited to, the following:
 All necessary office and accommodation facilities
 Potable water supply
 Canteen and rest area facilities
 Security arrangement
 Water drainage facilities
 Transport arrangement for Contractor’s Personnel
 Temporary power generation and distribution
 Telecommunications facilities
 Firefighting facilities
 Vehicle parking/ hardstand areas
 Toilet and washroom facilities
 Waste storage and disposal facilities
The Contractor shall provide all site facilities to support site construction execution. The facilities
shall be with necessary certificate, in good condition, well run, with necessary safe device, in
accordance with the environment requirement
The Contractor shall provide adequate storage areas (including open and covered storage space) for
all Equipment and Materials. Controlled environment storage facilities shall also be provided as
necessary. All storage areas shall be adequately secured.
The Contractor shall provide at the Construction Site all necessary Construction workshops,
fabrication and testing facilities, machinery and Construction Plant necessary to complete the Work.

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The Contractor shall provide and maintain concrete batching plant(s), as necessary, to complete the
Work.
The Contractor shall provide all Construction access road(s) to the Construction Site, as are deemed
necessary to complete the Work. The Contractor shall be responsible for obtaining all necessary
permits and government approvals.
Adequate drainage and treatment facilities shall be provided.
The Contractor shall be responsible for clearing up all spillages of fuel oil, chemicals, etc. within 24
hours of occurrence.
The Contractor shall remove all the temporary facilities upon completion of the permanent work. The
temporary worksites shall be returned, as near as possible, to their original condition.

11.0 DETAILED DESIGN ENGINEERING


The Contractor shall be responsible for all Engineering and design activities related to performing the
Work as defined in FEED Documents and Drawings. The detailed Engineering shall comply with the
requirements of the approved codes, standards, regulations and general specifications, and with the
technical requirements contained in FEED Documents and Drawings. The Contractor shall ensure
that the detailed Engineering produces a design which satisfies to the greatest extent possible the
Project goals.
The Contractor shall perform all necessary Engineering and shall maintain a dedicated and qualified
Engineering team to complete the detailed design, Procurement support and all fields engineering for
the Work.
Primary detailed Engineering activities shall include, but not be limited to, the following:
 Review and verification of the technical requirements contained in FEED Documents
and Drawings and completion of any outstanding basic engineering that is identified.
 Preparation of data sheets for all Equipment and Materials
 Preparation of detailed job specifications for all Equipment and Materials
 Preparation of design Documentation
 Preparation of Engineering lists and schedules, including but not limited to Equipment
list, line list, valve list and instrument list.
 Review of Documentation for all Equipment and Materials
 Conduct HAZOP workshops and participate fully in any Company HSE or design
workshops prior to generating the Approved for Construction drawings.
 Preparation of tie-in drawings for packaged equipment units.
 Preparation of detailed communication interface Documentation or inter-connection
cabling and wiring/termination drawings for co-ordination of packaged equipment units
from various Suppliers.
 Maintain design change control through formal Management of Change system,
including field changes.
 Preparation of fabrication drawings.
 Preparation of field erection drawings, including drawings for temporary erection aids.
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 Preparation of procedures for the fabrication of the Facilities.
 Preparation of procedures for storage and preservation for Equipment and Materials
based on Suppliers’ recommendations.
 Preparation of procedures for installation of Equipment and Materials based on
Suppliers’ recommendations.
 Preparation of Pre-Commissioning procedures
 Preparation of Commissioning procedures
 Preparation of Start-Up procedures
 Preparation of as-built Documentation register
Detailed Engineering activities shall include, but not be limited to, the following:
 Preparation of QA / QC procedures
 Preparation of ITP’s
 Preparation of bid and purchase requisitions
 Preparation of master vendor lists for approval by Company
 Preparation of bid evaluation Documentation for Supplier / Sub-Contractor selection.
 Conduct Supplier clarification meetings to assist in bid evaluation.
 Technical evaluation of bids and submission of recommendations to Company for
agreement of Suppliers and Sub-Contractors
 Attend Supplier / Sub-Contractor kick-off meetings following purchase order / Sub-
Contract award.
 Detailed material take-offs and continuous monitoring of material changes
 Development of acceptance test requirements for all major Equipment and packaged
equipment units.
 Attend Supplier factory inspections to ensure that any special requirements of the
detailed design are being incorporated.
 Witnessing of FAT’s at Supplier’s shops for all major Equipment and packaged
equipment units.
 Review of Suppliers’ recommended spare parts and prepare final recommended list of
spare parts in Spare Parts Interchangeability Record (SPIR) forms.
 Development of contract Documentation for Sub-Contracts.
 Provision of Documentation to support the selected Construction methods.
 Provision of Engineering support for Procurement, Construction, Pre-Commissioning,
Commissioning and Start-Up.
 Interpret design in the field to ensure that Technical Integrity is maintained throughout
the Project.
 Prepare system mark-up procedures and pressure test diagrams for Construction tests.
 Preparation of Start-Up, operating and maintenance manuals.
 Management of Supplier Documentation manuals.
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 Check, verify completeness, record and catalogue all material mill certificates,
Equipment Documentation and test records.
 Review of Manufacturer’s Data Records (MDR’s)
 Provision of Handover Documentation
 Co-coordinating and other detailed Engineering activities shall include, but not be
limited to, the following:
 Control of Documentation using a computer database system and the Contractor’s
standard document control procedure.
 Implementation of a formal Action Tracking System for tracking actions from various
sources, including but not limited to internal and external meetings, workshops and
reviews.
 Preparation of Project close-out report.
 Implement a technical query system for resolving technical issues formally with the
Company.
 Preparation and formatting of design and Supplier data to be transferred to the
Company’s Maintenance and Materials Management System.

12. MATERIALS PROCUREMENT AND MANAGEMENT


12.1 SCOPE
The Contractor shall be fully responsible for all work associated with the Procurement of all
equipment and materials for the permanent work, except in respect of Company Provided Items
This includes all work necessary for the Contractor to make an award to a Supplier, preparation of
documentation, preparation of bid lists, preparation of bid packages, bidding, bid evaluation including
clarification meetings, awarding, scheduling, Supplier kick-off meetings, Supplier drawings
approval, expediting, inspection, witness testing and acceptance, transportation, receiving inspection,
Commissioning, data books, as-built , etc.
12.2 PROCUREMENT ORGANISATION
The Contractor shall establish a Procurement and Materials Management Team on the Project, led by
an experienced Procurement Manager or Materials Manager who is responsible to the Contractor’s
Project Manager for all Procurement and Material Management activity.
If the Contractor proposes to source outside personnel (agency or Sub-Contractor) to support the
Team, then the organization presented shall include and identify those personnel.
12.3 PROCUREMENT METHODS AND PROCEDURES
The Contractor shall prepare Project specific procedures for Procurement based on the Contractor’s
corporate standards which encompass all purchasing and materials management activities, progress
assessment and reporting, materials identification and tracking.
The Contractor shall detail the Procurement strategy, plan and procedures to be followed to enable
monitoring of progress and material cost. The Contractor shall detail the Procurement Policy
including, but not limited to, the items listed below:
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 Project Procurement organization
 Authorization levels
 Proposed country of source, including level of Procurement from IRAQ Suppliers.
The Company retains the right to review the technical sections of the Suppliers and Sub-Contractor
bids along with the Contractors technical bid evaluation.
12.4 PRELIMINARY SUPPLIERS LIST
A preliminary Suppliers list is included as document Vendor List (Attachment 1) provided by
Company and this shall be used as a basis for the Procurement of all equipment and materials.
The Contractor shall include these Suppliers on bid lists for equipment and materials. The addition
of suppliers not currently shown on the list shall be subject to review and approval by the Company.
The Contractor shall request additions to the approved list at least 20 working days in advance of
issuing the bid package to suppliers.
Another of the Project goals is to maximize commonality by limiting the number of suppliers, and
the Contractor is expected to find innovative ways of achieving this. For example, the Contractor will
be expected to ensure that electric motors are supplied from a limited number of nominated Suppliers,
and that packaged equipment units use the same components (motors, valves, instrumentation,
junction boxes, cable glands, tubing compression Contracting etc.) to the greatest extent practicable.
Any exceptions to this will need to be fully justified by the Contractor.
The Contractor is required to engage a Main Instrument Vendor (MIV) for the implementation of
selected elements of the scope. The overall intent is to maximize the control and instrumentation
scope of supply from a single source and make use of the Supplier’s product and application expertise
within the Project team.
12.5 BID PACKAGES
The Contractor shall ensure that all bid packages include a fixed price element for training of
Company personnel by the Supplier, at the construction site.
12.6 MATERIALS STATUS REPORTING
The Contractor shall develop and implement a system for reporting status of all equipment and
materials. Each Purchase Order shall be tracked from bid evaluation, placement of order,
manufacturing sequence to delivery at the construction site.
The Contractor shall prepare and issue, as a minimum, the following weekly equipment and materials
status reports:
 Procurement Bid Package/Purchase Order Status report(s) detailing the current
progress/status of all activities up to and including Purchase Order award. This is to
cover the full listing of all category(s) of equipment and materials that the Contractor
is directly responsible for.
 Expediting and Inspection Status report(s) covering all activities after Purchase Order
award. This is to cover expediting status by line item and inspection status by line
item.
 Traffic/freight status by line item, showing status and location up to receipt at the
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On receipt of equipment and materials at the construction site, the Contractor shall log all equipment
and materials received and prepare a register of all equipment and materials identifying the purpose
or intended purpose.
12.7 MATERIAL CONTROL
The Contractor shall establish and maintain comprehensive equipment and materials control
procedure which records and maintains traceability of all equipment and materials movements from
delivery/collection, equipment and materials preparatory operations, incorporation of the equipment
and materials into the permanent work or identified as surplus or scrap.
The Contractor shall provide a complete and comprehensive reconciliation of all Company Provided
Items supplied, used and returned. This reconciliation shall form part of the as-built record.
12.8 STORAGE AND IDENTIFICATION
The Contractor shall store surplus items separately from scrap equipment and materials and in each
case all items shall be clearly marked with relevant identification.
The Contractor shall take care not to damage or deface equipment and materials identification
numbers and/or markings. Material identification numbers and/or markings shall be transferred to
any cut section of the material. The Contractor shall maintain Contracted records of all such transfers
of identification numbers and/or markings and shall be able to demonstrate full reconciliation to the
Company. The Company retains the right to audit the records at any time.
12.9 INSPECTION AND EXPEDITING
The Contractor shall implement an inspection and progress monitoring program, in accordance with
Contractor’s Execution Plan. The Contractor shall propose, and the Company will review and approve
the inspection and test requirements for all equipment and materials items. Inspection and test
requirements shall be formally recorded in Inspection and Test Plans (ITP’s). The Contractor shall be
responsible for all costs associated with execution of the Supplier inspection and progress monitoring
program.
The Contractor shall submit resumes for its proposed inspectors to the Company for approval. If, after
a period of time on the job, the Company determines that an inspector is not suitable for the work the
inspector shall be replaced.
The Contractor shall be responsible for coordinating any inspection and approval activities required
by the approval.
12.10 PROTECTION, PACKING, AND SHIPPING REQUIREMENTS
The Contractor shall develop, update and issue with all orders for equipment and materials
specification for adequate protection and preservation of the equipment and materials during transport
to, and storage at, the construction site. This specification shall be based on accepted good practice
and will be reviewed and approved by the Company before issue.
The Contractor shall develop, update and issue with all orders for equipment and materials a
specification for adequate packaging and crating of the equipment and materials for transport to, and
storage at, the construction site. This specification shall be based on accepted good practice and will
be reviewed and approved by the Company before issue. The Contractor shall ensure that all suppliers
make specific offloading and storage recommendations within their bids, relative to the packaging
and crating offered. Such recommendations shall cover the maintenance and preservation during
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 following unpacking and after installation at construction site but prior to
Commissioning
The Contractor shall determine whether there is any requirement for long term preservation based on
the Project schedule. The Contractor shall ensure sufficient resources and consumables are available
for this purpose.
The Contractor shall ensure that ‘Release Dossiers’ are included with each shipment. These dossiers
shall contain all documentation applicable to the shipment to allow the Contractor to immediately
issue the equipment and materials for installation.
The Contractor shall take due note of any limitations on shipping imposed by the Company’s
insurance policies etc.
12.11 SUPPLIER DOCUMENTATION
A Supplier Data Requirements list shall be included as part of each bid package. The contents of this
list, which shall be agreed between the Contractor and the Suppliers, shall be subject to review and
approval by the Company.
The Contractor shall ensure that all Supplier documentation is received in a timely manner in order
to ensure input to design, Construction, Pre-Commissioning and Commissioning procedures.
The Contractor shall deliver to the Company final certified equipment data reports (Manufacturer
Data Records, MDR’s) for all equipment prior to shipping.
12.12 TRANSPORTATION OF MATERIALS
The Contractor shall be responsible for the transportation of all equipment and materials to the
construction site. The Contractor shall bear all costs and risks involved in clearing and transporting
the goods to the construction site.
For goods imported from outside IRAQ, the Contractor may wish to consider the relative benefits in
arranging delivery directly to the construction site.
For goods to be transported to the construction site by road, the Contractor shall ensure that existing
roads are suitable for the load, and that the vehicle to be used is in a safe and roadworthy condition.
Upon receiving the goods, the Contractor shall immediately check all documentation, unload, inspect,
report any damage, and properly store the goods. Any damage identified after the Contractor’s
receiving inspection may be for the Contractor’s account.
12.13 DEFECTIVE MATERIAL
Upon receiving equipment and materials the Contractor shall identify and record any defect or
deficiency in, or any handling or transport damage to the goods, and notify the Company in writing
within 3 working days. All non-conforming equipment and materials shall be quarantined until further
action is agreed with the Company on the disposition of such equipment and materials.
12.14 MATERIAL CERTIFICATES
The Contractor shall ensure that all equipment and materials and any fabricated items are received
from the respective Supplier with all the pertinent certificates or Company approved Inspection
Release Notes (IRN).
The Contractor shall maintain traceability (by means of a tracking system) between materials
delivered and their supporting certificates.
12.15 MARKING
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The Contractor shall be responsible for marking and/or maintaining the marking of all equipment and
materials in accordance with specifications and procedures.
12.16 CUSTOMS CLEARANCE
The Contractor shall be responsible for customs clearance for all goods received in the IRAQ. The
Contractor shall prepare all necessary manifests and information etc. required for customs clearance
in respect of all equipment and materials. The Company will not be liable for any claims for delays
to customs clearance.
Imported equipment and materials may be exempt of import duty and value added tax. The entire
CoO (Certificate of original) for the materials and equipment must be stamped by Iraq Embassy. The
Contractor shall be responsible for all other costs incurred as the goods pass the ships rail at the port
of entry to IRAQ including other taxes, agent fees/commissions, port fees, handling, mooring,
storage, transportation to the construction site, as well as any other applicable charges. The Contractor
shall maintain full records of all invoices.
12.17 SPARES
The Contractor shall prepare recommended list of spare parts in Spare Parts Interchangeability Record
(SPIR) forms. The Contractor shall be responsible for reviewing of the supply of spare parts.
For equipment to be selected on the basis of life-cycle cost, the Contractor shall inform bidders that
the cost of spare parts will be an important consideration.
12.17.1.OPERATING SPARES
The Contractor shall compile a single consolidated list of the 2-year operating spares recommended
by Suppliers. After submission of the consolidated list, the Company will review and advise the
Contractor of its requirements for operating spares within 12 weeks so that the Contractor can place
supplementary purchase orders for these spares.
The Contractor shall be responsible for the Procurement, inspection, expediting and delivery of all
spares to the Company facility at the construction site.
The Contractor shall request each Supplier to include a clause which limits the allowable escalation
of costs for spares for 10 years following the placement of the purchase order.
12.17.2.Construction, Pre-commissioning, Commissioning and Start-Up Spares
It shall be the responsibility of the Contractor and Suppliers to ensure sufficient spares are retained
on the construction site to construct, Pre-commissioning, Commissioning and Start-Up the Plant and
Equipment. Suppliers shall include the cost of such spares in their bids.
The Company retains the right to purchase any Construction, Pre-commissioning, Commissioning
and Start-Up spares not used by the Contractor. Any un-used spares not purchased by the Company
shall be re-exported or disposed of in a proper manner by the Contractor.
12.18 SPECIAL TOOLS
The Contractor shall advise the Company of the recommended special tools required for the
maintenance of equipment prior to purchase order placement to each Supplier. Note that the special
tools for Construction and Commissioning are within the Contractor’s scope. The Company will
review and advise the Contractor of its requirements for special tools, which shall be provided by the
Contractor as part of the equipment supply and included in the equipment price.
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The Contractor shall advise the Company of the lubricants (oils and greases etc.) recommended by
Suppliers for their equipment. The Contractor shall present information on lubricants for each item
of equipment in the form of a lubricant schedule, in a format approved by the Company. The
Contractor shall provide all lubricant requirements as follows:
 First fills
 Backup for one complete replacement
The Contractor shall store all lubricants safely and in accordance with Manufacturer’s
recommendations. The Contractor shall dispose of used lubricants in a proper manner in accordance
with local regulations.
12.20 RECOMMENDED THIRD PARTY INSPECTION COMPANY
For Contractor Procured Materials and Equipment, Contractor must choose the TPI as listed below
according to Company requirements (the list may be updated according to Company instructions):
S/N TPI Companies
1 Lloyd’s Register

2 Intertek
3 TUV Rheinland
4 DNV
5 ATG

6 SGS

7 BV

13.0 QUALITY ASSURANCE AND QUALITY CONTROL


The management of Construction quality shall be the responsibility of the Contractor. The Company
views this particular aspect of the Project very seriously and will vigorously enforce quality standards
13.1 Project Quality Plan:
Contractor shall effectively implement the quality system defined in the plan, verify execution
of the implemented system and issue reports of audits performed. Any non-conformance will be
handled in line with the requirements of the Quality Plan.
13.2 Quality Control:
The Contractor shall provide all quality control during all construction site activities including
but not limited to survey, site development, and Construction, reinstatement and documentation
phases of the Project to confirm the work has been completed in accordance with the Contract
and Quality Plan requirements.
The Contractor shall provide a team of experienced and formally qualified Quality Control (QC)
personnel to cover all aspects of the work. The Contractor’s QC personnel will be subject to
Company review and approval. No QC personnel shall be perm Contracted onto the construction
site until such time as their respective work experience resumes and original copy qualification
certification have been subcontracted to Company for review and formal acceptance issued.
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The Contractor shall ensure that all Sub-Contractor’s provide adequate numbers of fully
experienced quality control personnel, qualified and certified to international standards, to
inspect the work at all stages and ensure compliance with the approved Inspection and Test Plans
and to provide NDE records, certification, inspection and test reports of the Sub-Contractor’s
work.
Quality control activities for the Company in the field of projects shall include the following, as
a minimum:
• Review, approval and monitoring of Contractors inspection and & test plans
• QA/QC requirements for Contractors / vendors
• QA/QC requirements for all site related activities (Field QA/QC plan)
• Quality control of procurement procedures
• Document Control
• Safety and Environmental control
• Verification of all test certificates for compliance with Company requirements
13.3 Inspection and Test Plans
As part of the Construction activities the Contractor shall undertake all inspection and testing
activities necessary to prove and validate the correct and complete execution of the work. Inspection
and testing shall be performed in accordance with the agreed Inspection and Test Plans (ITP’s)
The Contractor shall prepare detailed ITP’s for all activities up to Mechanical Completion and these
shall include, but not be limited to, the following actions:
 Check conformance with P & ID’s and relevant drawings
 Visual inspection for damage or incomplete work
 Visual examination of welds
 Non-destructive examinations (NDE) of welds
 Rotational checks
 Alignment and levelling checks of equipment
 Valve operation checks
 Mechanical/piping checks
 Pressure testing of piping systems
 Specific inspection and testing required for storage tanks
 Specific inspection and testing required for NGL injection column.
 Insulation tests on electric cables
 Earth loop impedance tests
 Insulation tests on electric cables
 Coating integrity tests
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 Instrument calibration
 Instrument loop checks
Detailed ITP’s shall clearly define the working activity, the specified requirement, the acceptance
criteria, the controlling procedure(s), “REVIEW”, “WITNESS”, “HOLD” etc. points and the level of
control the Contractor intends to exert. The Company will review and approval the ITP’s.
The Contractor shall develop and update specifications and procedures for inspection and testing
activities. The Contractor shall undertake and be responsible for all inspection and testing in
accordance with the appropriate specifications and procedures.
Specialist support services shall be provided as required for any testing of special items.

14.0 TRAINING
As Part of the scope, Contractor shall carry out On-Site Training program for Company’s staff to
ensure that Company’s Personnel can safely and effectively achieve the following:
Operate new Facilities
Maintain new Facilities and systems, involving outside support as necessary
Operate specialty equipment (DCS, etc.)
Work safely within Facility
Provide where possible, recognizable certification for each training module
Respond effectively to fire and other emergencies.
Contractor shall prepare and submit to Company for Approval a complete modular training plan to
meet the specific needs of individuals to be trained to the level of competency described in the table
below. Upon Approval, Contractor shall develop a detailed training program. Contractor shall appoint
a training coordinator. The training coordinator shall be experienced in training program planning,
development, execution and evaluation.
Company estimates that a total of 20 Personnel is to be trained in various areas. Company will verify
this number at least three months prior to training implementation
Training Area Number Comments
Includes Operator training on
Facilities operation 5
instrumentation and controls systems
Includes maintenance training on
Facilities maintenance 5
specialty and general equipment
Fire, safety and emergency Intent is to train specialists that can
5
response train others as necessary
Total 20

15.0 HEALTH, SAFETY AND ENVIRONMENT MANUAL


15.1 Policy on Safety, Health and Environment
15.2 Policy Statement and Objectives
Contractor shall conduct its operations in such a manner as to:
 Provide a safe working environment.
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 Ensure the safety and health of Contractor’s crew and personnel working within the
Contractor directed areas of operation.
 Protect the public from injury or ill health and prevent loss or damage to properties resulting
from its activities.
 Ensure and safeguard the conservation of the environment.
15.3 Safety Targets
In taking steps to ensure a safe working environment, Contractor shall aim for:
 No fatalities.
 No loss time and any significant accidents;
 No roll over to vehicles.
15.4 Safety Meetings and Audits
Prior to Works, Contractor Audits accidents; inspected by Company, satisfied for operation and
must meet all Company safety specifications and regulations.
Subsequent inspections will be made to ensure that proper actions have been taken to rectify
earlier identified unsafe situations and that equipment is in working order.
15.5 Safety Tools and Equipment
The use of correct, properly designed and serviceable tools and safety equipment is required. All
working personnel should be taught the proper and correct way of using safety tools and
equipment.
15.5.1 Fire-Fighting Equipment
 Fire-Fighting systems are to be checked and tested periodically.
 All fire extinguishers are to be checked and certified semi-annually.
15.5.2 First Aid and Survival Equipment
 Adequate number of first-aid boxes and resuscitation units are to be placed at strategic points.
 First aid boxes are to be inspected regularly and stocks replenished.
 Prescription drugs are to be certified by druggist and kept under lock. Drugs can only be
administered with the consent of the Party Chief or Safety Officer.
15.5.3 Safety Signs
 Adequate types and numbers of safety signs for construction phase and for future operating
phase of Phase-III Fuel Station shall be provided and placed throughout the facilities as per
International Standard.
 Three primary severity classifications for safety signs are required including:
Danger:
Danger signs signal the most serious hazards, where special precautions must be taken. This
type of sign indicates that death or serious injury is almost certain to occur if the hazard is
not avoided.
Warning:
This sign describes a hazard that may result in death or serious injury, but where the overall
risk is not severe enough to need a danger sign.
Caution:
The hazards described on a caution sign may result in minor or moderate injuries if not
avoided. These typically caution against unsafe practices.
 Besides, safety signs and labels should be posted whenever hazards may be present
throughout a facility, including:
Notice:
Use notice signs to deliver information about a machine, building, area, or equipment. These
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signs outline procedures, maintenance information, instructions, rules, and directions
unrelated to personal injuries.
General safety signs:
These offer broad safety-related messages, typically relating to health, medical equipment,
sanitation, first aid, housekeeping, and suggested general safety measures.
Admittance:
Admittance signs alert and explain the dangers and consequences associated with entering a
restricted area.
Fire safety: Fire safety signs point out emergency firefighting equipment and fire exits.
Non-hazard signs:
These communicate general safety facility information, such as wayfinding directions
procedures, usually through simple text and clear symbols. These should be never be used
to communicate hazards, risks, or dangers; they are not technically safety signs but
nevertheless promote a safer workplace.

15.6 Accident Reporting and Investigation


 Accident is defined as any unintentional or unplanned event or condition which has or could
have resulted in injury to a person and loss or damage to equipment, plant or property.
 It is COMPANY requirements that all accident, no matter how trivial, must be reported to
Company HSE Department. Contractor shall ensure that its employees are aware of this
mandatory requirement.
15.7 Medical Welfare
 Contractor shall ensure that all its personnel and/or other personnel assigned by the
Contractor for the performance of the Work are medically fit and healthy.
 Contractor shall at no cost to Company be responsible for the medical welfare of its own and
Contractor personnel and shall take care of arrangements for medical attendance treatment
or hospitalization if and when necessary and will arrange suitable insurance coverage for
such contingencies.
 Contractor shall make first aid arrangements for all of its personnel and ensure that all
personnel are informed of such arrangements.
15.8 Report
Progress and HSE reports for the duration of the contract shall be submitted to Company weekly.

16.0 SECURITY SERVICES


For static security of the construction site, Company will assist to coordinate for OPF protection of
the Contractor’s camp and the construction site, subject to availability of sufficient OPF manpower.
Contractor will be responsible for food, accommodation and transportation of the OPF protection
team.

The security service for rotation trips between Basra International Airport and Contractor's camp will
be the sole responsibility of the Contractor.

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Attachment 1 Recommended Vendor List
Company has provided the following vendor list. Contractor shall follow this requirement and
choose the brands specified in the list, any deviation shall submit for Company’s approval
before performance.

FIRE & GAS SYSTEM;


1) EMERSON PROCESS MANAGEMENT 5) ABB
2) FOXBORO COMPANY INVENSYS PLC 6) HONEYWELL
3) INVENSYS SAUDI ARABIA LTD. 7) YOKOGAWA
4) THE FOXBORO COMPANY (IAP) 8) SUPCON
9) HIMA 10) HONEYWELL

TRANSFORMER ABOVE 501 KVA;


1) ABB 3) SIEMENS
2) HOWARD INDUSTRIES 4) SCHNEIDER
5) WAHAH ELECTRIC SUPPLY COMPANY OF SAUDI ARABIA (WESCOSA)

PUMP
1) CLYDE UNION LTD 5) SULZER PUMPS
2) KSB PUMPS 6) WEIR GABBIONETA SRL
3) PEERLESS PUMP 7) FLOWSERVE
4) RUHRPUMPEN GMBH 8) MITSUBISHI HEAVY INDUSTRIES.

INSTRUMENT
1) ABB 4) E+H
2) EMERSON 5) HONEYWELL
3) YOKOGAWA

Note:
1. The Company has right to reject any materials and equipment purchased by Contractor out
of vendor list without Company prior consent.
2. Vendor List may be adjusted according to actual market & project situation; any deviation
shall submit for PMT’s approval by official letter in advance (without using change order
procedure).