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Reference C132-KA-LFD-0001 Norsok S-002

: Pipe Stress Procedure : Working environment

Result A line shall be subject to comprehensive stress analysis if it falls into any of the following categories: 1. All lines at design temperature above 180C; 2. 4 in NPS and larger at design temperature above 130C; 3. 16 in NPS and larger at design temperature above 105C; 4. All lines which have a design temperature below -30C provided that the difference between the maximum and minimum design temperature is above: - 190C for all piping, - 140C for piping 4 in NPS and larger, - 115C for piping 16 in NPS and larger. NOTE: These temperatures above are based on a design temperature 30C above maximum operating temperature. Where this is not the case, 30C must be subtracted from values above. 5. Lines 3 in NPS and larger with wall thickness in excess of 10% of the outside diameter. Thin walled piping of 20 in NPS and larger with wall thickness less than 1% of the outside diameter; 6. All lines 3 in NPS and larger connected to sensitive equipment, e.g. rotating equipment. However, lubrication oil lines, cooling medium line etc. for such equipment shall not be selected due to this item; 7. All piping expected to be subjected to vibration due to internal and external loads (e.g. pressure, transients, slugging, flow pulsation, external mechanical forces, vortex shedding induced oscillations, high gas velocities) and herby acoustic vibration of the pipe wall; 8. The ring-main and distribution firewater lines. Pressure surges (water hammer, if any) and blast to be considered for the entire system; 9. All hydrocarbon lines containing oil and gas which shall be de-pressurized after a design blast/explosion event (see the design accidental load report for selection of lines); 10. All relief lines connected to pressure relief valves and rupture discs; 11. All blow down lines 2 in NPS and larger excluding drains; 12. All piping along the derrick and the flare tower; 13. Lines affected by external movements from structural deflections, connecting equipment, bridge movements, platform settlements, X-mas tree/wellhead, etc.; 14. All lines 3 in NPS and larger subject to steam out, if applicable; 15. Long straight lines (typical 20 m); 16. All production and injection manifolds with connecting piping; 17. Other lines as requested by the project "stress" engineer or Company; 18. Lines falling into the PED Category III (or IV, if any), according to ref. /22/. All these lines shall be identified by Process Department, on the Line List and the same will be added on the Critical Line List;

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Drilling unit
C.2.1 General
There shall be anti-skid flooring in work and transportation areas. There shall be sufficient storage space near the work area for auxiliary equipment that is used temporarily. The heavy equipment storeroom shall have a location that makes transportation/lifting onto/from the drill floor easy. Arrangements shall be made to avoid unnecessary traffic on the drill floor. There shall be suitable conditions for appropriate handling of heavy logging instruments. The design of the derrick mans cabin shall meet the requirements to crane driver's cabin, see C3. The adding and mixing of powder to drilling mud shall be enclosed to reduce the danger of chemical exposure. Adding and mixing operations (drilling mud) that involve manual lifting/carrying should be avoided. The chemical sack room and the mud mixing room should be situated on the same floor and in the immediate vicinity of each other. It shall be possible to put pallets of sacks on the lifting table near a sack-cutting machine (if available), using a forklift truck or pallet lift. A separate mud laboratory with office facilities shall be provided.