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AGREEMENT FOR ENGINEERING AND PROJECT MANAGEMENT SERVICES

BETWEEN

("Contractor")

AND

("Owner")

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This AGREEMENT is entered into and is effective as of this day of .,20.

between

SORESCO SOCIEDAD ANNIMA a joint venture company incorporated between RECOPE and CNPC
International Ltd., with its corporate ID number 3-101-592874, are a Corporation existing and dully registered
under the laws of Costa Rica, represented by Mr. Wang Xingyi, President of SORESCO, Chnese national,
major, married, engineer, domiciled in Beijing, China, barrier of passport number P00979179, (hereinafter
referred to as "Owner"),

and

a corporation incorporated under the laws of


, hereinafter referred to as "Contractor".

Owner and Contractor are referred to herein individually as "Party" or jointly as "Parties".

WHEREAS,

A: Owner intends to undertake the expansin and modernization of Moin Refinery Project in Limn, Costa Rica;
and

B: Owner desires that Contractor act as Project Management Contractor (PMC) by forming Intgrate Project
Management Team (IPMT) with Owner to render certain project management and related services; and

C: Owner also desires that Contractor render Front End Engineering Design (FEED) services for modernization
of Project (RECOPE FEED) and expansin of Project (SORESCO FEED);

D: For optimization of management and execution of Project, Owner requests Contractor to perform PMC
services and RECOPE FEED according to Agreement in Part A on a reimbursable basis, and perform
SORESCO FEED according to Agreement in Party B on a lump sum basis.

E: Contractor represents that it is able and willing to render to Owner such services; and

F: Contractor also represents that it will perform the Work in both Part A and Part B with consistent standards,
specifications and schedule in to ensure the smooth, coordinated, expeditious of the execution of the Project.

NOW THEREFORE, in consideration of the mutual covenants and obligations of the Parties, it is hereby
agreed as follows terms and conditions as set forth in both Part A and Part B:
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PARTA

AGREEMENT FOR PROJECT MANAGEMENT SERVICES

AND

FRONT END ENGINEERING DESIGN FOR RECOPE

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Articles

Article 1 DEFINITIONS

Article 2 SCOPE OF WORK AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF CONTRACTOR

Article 3 OWNER'S RESPONSIBILITIES

Article 4 SCHEDULE

Article 5 CONTRACTOR'S WARRANTIES

Article 6 COMPENSATION AND PAYMENT

Article 7 CHANGES

Article 8 CONFIDENT1ALITY

Article 9 OWNERSHIP OF DOCUMENTS; INVENTIONS; LIENS


Article 10 LIABILITIES

Article 11 INSURANCE

Article 12 DURATION OF AGREEMENT

Article 13 TERMINATION

Article 14 SUSPENSIN OF WORK

Article 15 FORC MAJEURE

Article 16 DISPUTE RESOLUTION

Article 17 APPLICABLE LAW

Article 18 MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

Exhibits

Exhibit Al - PMC Scope of Work


Exhibit A2 - FEED Scope of Work
Exhibit Bl - PMC Execution Plan

Exhibit B2 - FEED Execution Plan

Exhibit C - FEED Organization Chart


Exhibit DI - Project Master Schedule
Exhibit D2 - FEED Contractor's Schedule of Work

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Exhibit E - Pricing and Payment Schedule
Exhibit F - Corporate Guarantee
Exhibit G - Qualifications and Requirements for Contractor Key Personnel

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Article 1 - DEFINITIONS

Unless the terms or context of this Agreement provide otherwise, the following terms shall have the meanings
set out below:

1.1 "Affiliate" means any company which a Party hereto, now or hereafter, owns or controls directly or
indirectly. It shall include a company which is owned or controlled by the same company (or
companies) that own, directly or indirectly, controlling interest of the Party to this Agreement. It shall
include the company or companies which own or control, directly or indirectly, a Party hereto.

1.2 "Change(s)" shall mean any alteration, change, amendment or modification of this Agreement that
meets the requirements set forth in Article 7.

1.3 "Confidential Information" shall mean any and all nformation, data, and knowledge which are made
available to Contractor by Owner or to any Subcontractors by Contractor relating to the performance of
the Work.

1.4 "Agreement" shall mean this Agreement for Engineering and Project Management Services in Part A,
including the Exhibits attached hereto.

1.5 "Contractor" means the Party identified in the preamble of the Agreement, and its permitted successors
and assigns.

1.6 "Effective Date" shall be the date first written abo ve.

1.7 "Owner's Other Contractor(s)" means those contractors (other than Contractor and its Subcontractors)
engaged by Owner in connection with the Project and the subcontractors of every tier to such
contractors, including all entities engaged directly by Owner to provide engineering, procurement and/or
construction services.

1.8 "Project" shall mean the expansin and modernization of Moin Refinery Project in Limn, Costa Rica.

1.9 "Project Schedule" shall mean the schedule for the Project attached hereto in Exhibit DI and Exhibit
D2.

1.10 "Site" means the land in Moin refinery upon which the Project is to be constructed.

1.11 "Subcontractor(s)" means a third party, at any tier, performing a portion of the Work or supplying
services under contract to Contractor or to another Subcontractor.

1.12 "Work" shall mean all work and services to be performed by Contractor under this Agreement in Part A.

1.13 Interpretation

1.13.1 Words and expressions in the singular include the plural and words and expressions in the
plural include the singular;
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1.13.2 Headings and the index are for convenience only and shall not affect interpretation or
construction;

1.13.3 References to a "person" shall be construed so as to include any company, corporation or


other body corporate, any individual, firm, government or governmental body any state or
agency of a state, or any joint venture, association or partnership (whether or not having
seprate legal personality);

1.13.4 Words and expressions importing the masculine, feminine or neuter gender only include all
such genders;

1.13.5 References to any document (including this Agreement) shall be construed as references to
that document as it may be modified, amended, novated or supplemented from time to time;

1.13.6 Reference to Articles and Exhibits are to articles of and Exhibits to this document;

1.13.7 References to "including", "include" and the like shall be read as if followed by the words
"but without limitation";

1.13.8 References to "law" shall be construed so as to include statutory, common and customary law
and any constitution, decree, judgment, legislation, court ruling, order, ordinance, regulation,
rule, statute, treaty or other measures, in each case, in forc in any jurisdiction and as replaced,
amended, modified or re-enacted from time to time, and including all local, municipal,
regional, state and federal laws (and "lawfully", "legally" and the like shall be construed
accordingly); and

1.13.9 References to time are to time at the location of the Site.

1.14 This Agreement has been fully reviewed and negotiated by the Parties and in interpreting this
Agreement, no weight shall be placed upon which Party or its legal advisor drafted the provisin being
interpreted.

Article 2 - SCOPE OF WORK AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF CONTRACTOR

2.1 General

2.1.1 All Work to be performed under this Agreement shall be managed by Contractor in its
Monrovia office and at Owner's refinery according to the project structure and procedures
described in Exhibit AlPMC Scope Work and Exhibit A2FEED Scope of Work for
RECOPE.

2.1.2 Contractor shall fumish those portions of the scope of services set forth in Exhibit Al and
Exhibit A2 as directed by Owner during the two Project execution phases as described in
Article 2.2.

2.2 Contractor's Responsibilities


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2.2.1 Owner appoints Contractor as project management contractor for the Project, and Contractor
hereby accepts such appointment and agrees to carry out and complete the Work in accordance
with the terms and conditions of this Agreement. The Contractor shall perform the Work as
described in Exhibit Al and Exhibit A2 during the following Project Execution Phases:

Phase 1 - "Project Definition", which shall include management and coordination


of Owner s Other Contractors (including process licensors) for the purpose of preparing
process design packages, front end engineering designs ("FEED"), and cost estimates.

Phase 2 - "Project Implementation", which shall include management and


coordination of Owner's Other Contractors for the purpose of performing engineering,
procurement and construction of the Project, providing Site management, coordination
of performance testing, and assistance to Owner for pre-commissioning, commissioning,
and startup.

Contractor shall also furnish engineering and associated services as part of the Work in
accordance with Exhibit Al and Exhibit A2

2.2.2 Contractor shall perform the Work in accordance with the terms and conditions of the
Agreement and shall use reasonable efforts to complete the Work in accordance with the Project
Schedule as defined in Exhibit DI & D2. Owner may request Contractor to provide
coordination and/or administration responsibilities in connection with Owner's Other
Contractors. With respect thereto, Contractor shall use reasonable efforts to ensure that
Owner's Other Contractors perform in accordance with the terms and conditions of their
respective contracts with Owner, however, Contractor shall have no liability for defects in the
work performed by the Owner's Other Contractors or the failure of the Owner's Other
Contractors to perform in accordance with the requirements of their respective contracts with
Owner except the said failure is caused for Contractor's reason. All appropriate contractual
documents related to such Owner's Other Contractors will be made available by Owner to
Contractor. If Contractor, at any time, judges that Owner's intervention is required in
connection with the performance of an Owner's Contractor, Contractor will advise Owner
accordingly and will assist Owner in implementation of corrective action relative to
performance of such Owner's Contractor. Contractor shall also monitor the cost and schedule
performance of Owner's Other Contractors, and will set up a reporting system for the overall
progress of the Project.

2.2.3 Contractor shall use for the implementation of the Work all experience and technical knowledge
it has hereto gained in the execution of similar projects in accordance with generally accepted
industry practices.

2.2.4 Contractor shall be deemed to be aware of and shall observe any applicable laws, statutory rules
and regulations, including but not limited to all local, municipal, regional, state and national
laws of the Republic of Costa Rica in effect at the Effective Date and acknowledges that those
laws, rules and regulations, to the extent applicable, shall apply to the performance of Work.
Contractor shall keep itself informed of and observe any laws, statutory rules and regulations
published after the Effective Date that may affect the Work. If any laws, statutory rules, or
regulations published after the Effective Date affect the Contractor's cost or time of
performance of the Work, Contractor may request a Change Order in accordance with Article 7
of this Agreement.

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2.2.5 Contractor shall use reasonable efforts to supply a sufficient number of competent personnel to
accomplish the Work in accordance with the requirements of this Agreement.

2.2.6 Contractor's employees so identified in Exhibit G shall be considered Key Personnel.


Contractor shall not replace such Key Personnel without the prior written consent of Owner,
which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld. Replacement of Key Personnel shall in no
way hinder or delay the performance of the Work under this Agreement. Contractor shall be
responsible for replacing any removed Key Personnel, regardless of the reason for such removal.
All replacement Key Personnel shall be subject to Owner's approval. Approved replacement
Key Personnel shall be required to work alongside the person who is being replaced for a
reasonable transition period. Contractor shall bear all costs associated with replacement of Key
Personnel, including mobilization and demobilization expenses.

2.2.7 Contractor shall appoint an authorized representative, subject to the approval of Owner, who
shall act on behalf of the Contractor ("Contractor Executive Sponsor"). The requirements of the
Contractor Executive Sponsor shall be satisfied with the qualification and requirement specified
in Exhibit G hereto. And Owner has the right to request the Contractor to remove him in a
notice in writing for the reason stipulated 2.2.8 below and the Contractor shall appoint another
Contractor Executive Sponsor within 7 working days upon receiving the notice, and this
Contractor Executive Sponsor shall be qualified in compliance with Exhibit G and his
appointment shall be subject to the approval of Owner. The Contractor Executive Sponsor shall
not be replaced without Owner's approval. Contractor shall ensure that the Contractor Executive
Sponsor shall be conversant in spoken and written English as well as capable of work.

2.2.8 Upon request of Owner, Contractor shall remove from the Work and replace, subject to
availability, any of Contractor's or its Subcontractors' personnel including the Contractor
Sponsor, for any reason. If such personnel are deemed by Owner to be incompetent,
unqualified, dishonest, uncooperative or physically unable, all costs and expenses incurred in
the replacement of such personnel shall be to Contractor's account. Contractor shall indemnify,
defend and hold harmless Owner from any claims, liabilities and costs (including attorney's fees)
arising out of any removal or replacement of any of Contractor's or its Subcontractors'
personnel.

2.2.9 Should there be any deficiency in the manner in which Contractor or its Subcontractors perform
the Work, Contractor shall take prompt and effective action to correct these deficiencies and
shall inform Owner thereof, so that the remaining portion of the Work is done in accordance
with the provisions of this Agreement. If after correction of deficient Work, any portion of the
Work that still contains deficiencies, Owner may remove that portion of the Work from
Contractor and have the Work performed by others. In that event, Contractor will not be
entitled to being paid either for the original cost of the Work that remained deficient or for the
cost of attempting to correct such work. In addition, Contractor shall pay to the Owner an
amount equal to the Contractor's original cost of performing, plus the cost of attempting to
correct that deficient Work. Contractor shall have no other liability to Owner with respect to
deficient Work, or for the cost to Owner of having such deficient Work performed by others, or
for any other damages incurred by Owner.

2.2.10 If delays in the performance of the Work with respect to the Project Schedule are likely to occur
or have occurred, Contractor shall inform Owner hereof immediately in writing and initiate
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reasonable and appropriate measures to maintain the Project Schedule or to compnsate for any
delay by accomplishing subsequent parts of the Work in less time as originally planned in order
to meet the remaining deadlines of the Project Schedule. Contractor shall forthwith inform
Owner of all measures taken.

2.2.11 Owner or its authorized representative has the right to review and approve drawings,
specifications, documents, procedures, methods and data which Contractor develops hereunder.
Such review or approval shall in no way relieve Contractor from its responsibilities, obligations
or liabilities under this Agreement.

2.2.12 Contractor shall issue to Owner regular progress reports on the progress, cost and compliance
with the Project Schedule of the Work, exhibiting all relevant factors such as status of
construction, procurement, coordination of Owner's Other Contractors and relevant interfaces,
safety, security, quality, governmental permits, liaison meetings with the concerned teams of
Owner, Owner's Other Contractors, banks and authorities.

2.2.13 Contractor shall be responsible for performance of the Work in accordance with generally
accepted industry practices. Contractor shall not subcontract any part of the Work except as
Owner, in its sol discretion, agrees to in writing. All Subcontractors employed by Contractor
in connection with the Work shall be subject to prior written approval by Owner.

2.2.14 Contractor shall not be relieved from any obligation under this Agreement by entering into any
contract with any Subcontractor. Contractor shall monitor the performance of Subcontractors,
and shall promptly notify Owner if in Contractor's opinin a Subcontractor s not performing in
accordance with the terms of its subcontract. Contractor shall then, at the direction of Owner,
proceed to enforce the terms of the subcontract in accordance with Owner's instructions. All
costs and expenses incurred by Contractor in connection with administering subcontracts and/or
enforcing the terms of subcontracts, including without limitation (i) prosecution of claims
against Subcontractors, (ii) defense of claims brought by Subcontractors against Contractor or
Owner, (iii) change orders and variations to Services performed by Subcontractors, (iv)
Subcontractor claims for additional costs, (v) costs incurred in suspending performance of
Subcontractors or terminating Subcontractors for convenience or cause, (vi) costs incurred in
hiring and paying replacement Subcontractors and (vii) costs incurred in litigation, arbitration or
settlement of disputes or other legal matters with Subcontractors (including attorney's fees),
shall not be allowed as reimbursable costs.

2.2.15 Owner agrees that with respect to any liability of Contractor to Owner (including without
limitation any obligation of the Contractor to protect, defend, indemnify or hold Owner
harmless pursuant to the provisions of this Agreement) or claim by Owner against Contractor
under any provisin of this Agreement arising out of the acts or omissions of Subcontractors
pursuant to any subcontract, Contractor's liability to Owner under this Agreement shall be
limited to:

(a) The amounts that Contractor actually recovers from any relevant policies of insurance
carried by Subcontractors;

(b) Amounts that Contractor actually recovers from the Subcontractor pursuant to
enforcement of the terms of the relevant subcontract; and

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(c) Any rights of specific performance or other non-monetary relief that the Contractor is
able to enforce against the Subcontractor.

(d) Owner can collect from the contractor any remaining portion of damages up to 5
percentage of the final reimbursable cost.

2.2.16 Contractor shall ensure that nothing contained in any subcontract shall crate any contractual
relationship between Owner and any Subcontractor or confer third party beneficiary status on
any Subcontractor.

2.2.17 If Contractor employs Subcontractors to partially fulfill its contractual obligations hereunder, it
shall ensure that all contracts entered into with Subcontractors contain a clause according to
which such contracts can be terminated in conformity with the provisions on termination
contained in this Agreement.

2.2.18 In the event that any additional Contractor services become necessary to ensure the successful
implementation of the Project, such services shall upon sol approval of Owner also become
part of the Work by issuance of a Change Order in accordance with Article 7 hereof.

2.2.19 Contractor shall provide as specified in Exhibit E, office space, furnishings, clerical and
secretarial assistance, communication services and other facilities and services required for
Owner's use at Contractor's home and branch offices.

2.2.20 Estimates prepared by Contractor (including, but not limited to, estimates of quantities, costs
and schedules) represent Contractor's best judgment based upon its familiarity with the industry
and the information available at the time of the estmate. It is recognized, however, that neither
Owner or Contractor has control over factors which affect or relate to such estimates.

2.2.21 In no event shall Contractor be Hable in contract, tort, strict liability, warranty, or otherwise for
any special, indirect, incidental or consequential damages, such as but not limited to loss of
product, loss of use, non-operation or increased costs of operation of equipment or systems, loss
of anticipated revenue or profits, cost of capital, delays in or cost of construction, or cost of
purchased or replacement equipment or systems.

2.3 Site Conditions, Technical Information and Approvals.

2.3.1 Contractor represents that, to the extent necessary to perform the Work, it has examined and
accepts all the conditions relevant to the Work, the Site and its surroundings and agrees to
perform the Work in accordance with the compensaron provisions of Exhibit E. Contractor
shall advise Owner regarding site risks and methods to control such risks, and shall further
recommend to Owner which of said risks should be borne by Owner's Other Contractors. No
representations by or oral agreement with any agent or employee of Owner, either before or after
the execution of this Agreement, shall affect or modify any of Contractor's rights or obligations
hereunder.

2.3.2 While performing the Work hereunder, Contractor shall, in the exercise of its expert and
professional judgment, examine and verify all technical information, engineering data or other
information furnished to Contractor in connection with this Agreement, by Owner or otherwise,
and shall at once report in writing to Owner upon discovery of any error, omission or

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discrepancy in such information. Contractor shall not, in any way, be relieved of any obligation
under the Agreement should any technical information, engineering data or other information
obtained from Owner be incorrect and/or insufficient if such errors or insufriciencies should be
recognizable to a competent engineering contractor.

2.3.3 Where Contractor is required to obtain Owner's approval hereunder, such approval must be in
writing. Owner's approval shall not be unreasonably withheld. Owner's receipt or consent to
and/or approval of any of Contractor's designs, specifications, drawings, reports or submissions
shall not waive any of Owner's rights or relieve Contractor of any obligations for defects,
deficiencies, errors, omissions or negligence.

2.3.4 Contractor shall have no responsibility for hazardous or toxic substances (whether or not
defined as such by statute) present at the Site and discovered in the course of the Work ("Latent
Hazardous Substances"), including but not limited to Latent Hazardous Substances contained
below the surface of the Site. All handling, containing, transporting or disposing of Latent
Hazardous Substances will be done by Owner or third parties engaged directly by Owner.
Contractor may temporarily interrupt the Work if it reasonably believes continuing with the
Work involves undue risk of exposure of persons to Latent Hazardous Substances. Contractor
will promptly inform Owner of such circumstances, and exercise due diligence to cooperate
with Owner to determine how and when Contractor, its subcontractors, and their employees and
agents, may safely resume any nterrupted Work. Any additional cost and increased time for
performance to the extent caused by said interruption will be to Owner's account. Owner
further agrees to indemnify, defend and hold harmless Contractor and its subcontractors from all
liability, loss, cost and expense (including any fines, penalties, attorney fees and costs of
defense), that Contractor or its Subcontractors may incur in connection with any liability,
demand, allegation, action, suit, judgment, or other claim, including without limitation claims
for personal injury or death to any person, or for breach of any legal duty, caused by an
encounter with or exposure to Latent Hazardous Substances, incidental to the Contractor's
performance of the Work, as directed by Owner, or otherwise.

2.4 Independent Contractor

Contractor shall be an independent contractor, maintaining complete control over Contractor's personnel
and operations. No employee of Contractor shall be, in any sense, an employee of Owner or its Affiliates,
parent or subsidiaries. As an independent contractor, Contractor shall have control over the manner and
methods of performing the Work; however, Contractor shall perform the Work in accordance with
procedures and practices agreed between the Parties, and Contractor shall perform the PMC work under
the management of the integrated project management team formed by PMC and Owner's personnel.

2.5 Contractor's Employees

Contractor shall be solely responsible for, and Contractor's compensation includes an allowance for all
items set forth in Exhibit E. Contractor shall in a timely manner make all reports concerning its
personnel required by govemmental authorities. Contractor shall also pay or shall cause to be paid
promptly when due all other costs incurred in performing the Work. Owner, from time to time, may
require Contractor to furnish evidence satisfactory to Owner that Contractor has complied with the
provisions of this Article 2.6.

2.6 Safery

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2.6.1 Owner places the highest priority on safety, health and environmental conditions at all sites
where the Work is to be performed, and expects and requires Contractor to do the same.
Contractor shall be responsible for all aspects of safety during the performance of the Work, and
shall take all necessary measures to ensure that it and its Subcontractors maintain a safe working
environment. Contractor shall require its employees, Subcontractors, invitees, and others
engaged by it to comply with applicable national, state and local laws and regulations, and
Owner's safety, health, environmental and substance abuse rules, regulations and procedures
while the Contractor is performing the Work. Contractor is responsible for notifying and
training such persons about such regulations, rules, and procedures. When deemed appropriate
by Owner, Contractor shall desgnate a representative to supervise safety, health, and
environmental matters pertaining to the Work. Contractor shall acquire a copy of the Owner's
safety rules and procedures and shall require its employees and others engaged by or under the
direction of the Contractor to attend regular safety meetings put on by Contractor. Contractor
understands that Owner's rules and procedures are not determinative of all safety requirements
applicable to Contractor and others engaged by it. Unless otherwise agreed in writing,
Contractor shall supply at its own expense all safety and health equipment and materials,
including personal protective equipment for its employees, required by the Owner in the
performance of the Work, with the exception that Owner will provide such safety and health
equipment and materials to Contractor's PMC staff at Owner's cost. Contractor shall have an
ongoing safety program and shall maintain related documentation that meets all regulatory
requirements, if any. Owner may inspect and audit Contractor's safety, health, and
environmental compliance programs. Contractor shall make available to the Owner any
documentation required to conduct such audits. Prior to performing any Work at the Site,
Contractor shall provide a safe, healthy, and environmental orientation that is satisfactory to
Owner for the benefit of its employees and others engaged by it. Persons who perform Work at
the Site must show evidence of completing this orientation. The Contractor shall be responsible
for training and alerting its employees and ensuring others engaged by it have appropriate
training concerning safety, health, and environmental hazards pertaining to Work at the Site.

2.6.2 The contractor shall be responsible for the provisin of on-Site facilities for first aid, treatment
of minor injuries and first response in emergency situations.

2.6.3 Contractor shall not permit a hazardous, unsafe, unhealthful or environmentally unsound
condition or activity to be conducted at any site where Work is being performed, and shall take
immediate steps to elimnate or correct the condition or activity. If Contractor fails take
immediate steps to correct any such hazardous, unsafe, unhealthful or environmentally unsound
condition or activity relating to the Work following notice to do so by Owner, Owner shall be
entitled to take such action to correct such hazardous, unsafe, unhealthful or environmentally
unsound condition or activity as Owner in its sol discretion deems necessary.

2.7 Business Standards

2.7.1 Contractor, in performing its obligations under the Agreement, shall establish and maintain
appropriate business standards, procedures and controls, including those necessary to avoid any
real or apparent impropriety or adverse impact on the interests of Owner or any Affiliates of
Owner. In its performance of the Work, Contractor shall review with Owner on a regular and
frequent basis such business standards, procedures and controls, including, without limitation,
those related to the activities of Contractor's employees and agents in relation to the Owner's
employees, agents and representatives, vendors, Subcontractors and other third parties, and also
those related to the avoidance of any conflict of interest.

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2.7.2 Contractor represents that all financial settlements, reports and billings rendered to Owner under
the Agreement shall properly reflect the facts of all activities and transactions, and may be
relied upon as being complete and accurate by Owner for all purposes. Contractor shall require
the same covenant from its suppliers, vendors and Subcontractors involved in furnishing
materials or services for the Work. Contractor shall promptly notify Owner in writing upon
discovery of any failure to comply with the foregoing responsibilities.

Article 3 - RESPONSIBILITIES OF OWNER

3.1 Owner will obtain all official approvals necessary for the Work that Contractor cannot obtain in its own
ame or is not authorized to obtain on behalfof Owner.

3.2 Owner shall grant Contractor access to the Site, subject to any applicable regulations, provided that
Contractor shall take all appropriate measures to prevent unauthorized persons from obtaining access to
the Site. Owner may refuse any person admittance to its fcilities or exelude any person from
performing work under this Agreement, and Contractor shall fully cooperate with Owner with respect
thereto.

3.3 Owner shall nomnate authorized representatives who shall be the contact persons for Contractor and the
representatives of Owner for matters concerning this Agreement. Owner has the right to replace the
authorized representative at any time. Owner shall inform Contractor of such replacements in writing.

3.4 Owner shall supply or arrange for others to supply to Contractor without charge and in such reasonable
time so as not to prevent, delay or disrupt the performance of the Work, all data, information and
records relating to the Project which are in its possession or under its control and which are reasonably
requested from time to time by Contractor, and shall give Contractor such assistance as Contractor may
reasonably require in connection with the performance of the Work.

3.5 Owner shall furnish suitable accommodation, food, local transportan on, air transportation, office space
and office supplies to Contractor free of charge for performance of the PMC service in San Jos or at
Site. The travel policies of the Contractors country of origin shall apply.

3.6 Any advice, consent or approval shall not in any way affect the responsibility and obligations of
Contractor under this Agreement.

Article 4-SCHEDULE

Contractor shall use reasonable efforts to carry out the Work in accordance with the Project Schedule. No
changes shall be made to the Project Schedule except through the issuance of a Change Order as set forth in
Article 7. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained elsewhere herein, the Parties agree that the
Project Schedule is an estimated schedule dependent on the activities of Owner, Owner's Other Contractors and
others, as well as other factors beyond the control of the Contractor, and therefore Contractor will make its best
endeavor to avoid delays in the Project Schedule.

Article 5 - CONTRACTOR'S WARRANTIES

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5.1 Warranty

Contractor warrants that the Work to be performed hereunder shall be performed in accordance with
standards customarily utilized by recognized professional engineering organizations of similar size and
capability as Contractor in existence at the time of performance of the Work and performing services
similar to the Work. Contractor shall reperform any of said Work which was not performed in
accordance with this standard provided Contractor is notified in writing of the nonconformity within one
year after the performance of the deficient Work. Contractor will perform the remedial Work within the
original scope of Work at no cost to Owner; provided, however, that Contractor shall have no liability or
responsibility for (i) reconstruction or rectification of any facilities, (ii) repair or replacement of any
materials, equipment or facilities or (ii) the costs associated with such reconstruction, rectificatin,
repair or replacement.

5.2 Sol Remedy

THE FOREGOING OBLIGATIONS IN THIS ARTICLE 5 ARE CONTRACTOR'S SOL


WARRANTY AND GUARANTEE OBLIGATIONS AND OWNER'S EXCLUSIVE REMEDIES
WITH RESPECT THERETO. CONTRACTOR MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTIES OR
GUARANTEES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
WHICH ARE EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMED AND WAIVED.

Article 6 - COMPENSATION AND PAYMENT

6.1 Compensation for the Work

Contractor shall be compensated by Owner for Work satisfactorily performed hereunder on a fixed
hourly rate basis for labor expended in furtherance of the Work, plus reimbursement for other direct
costs, as described in Exhibit E.

6.2 Taxes

Contractor shall pay, and Contractor's compensation provided for hereunder contains an allowance for,
all liabilities or claims for the following taxes which any taxing authority (including any political
subdivisin thereof) claiming jurisdiction over this Agreement or the location in which the Work is
performed may assess or levy against Contractor on account of or resulting from Contractor's operations
pursuant to this Agreement:

(a) income, excess profit, or other taxes, charges, and imposts assessed or levied on account of
Contractor's earnings;

(b) taxes assessed or levied against or on account of salaries or other benefits paid to Contractor's
employees; and

(c) taxes assessed or levied against or on account of any property or equipment (including materials
and consumable supplies) of Contractor.

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The amount of this contract exeludes any withholding tax. Any withholding tax will be paid by the
Contractor according to the Costa Rican withholding tax law. The Contractor shall use its best efforts to
obtain the exemption to the withholding tax referenced in Sections 59, 60, and 61 of the Costa Rican
income tax law. The Contractor shall invoice SORESCO for this withholding tax, and SORESCO shall
pay the same amount to the Contractor. The Contractor will establish a Costa Rican legal entity which
will receive all payments under the on-shore contract with SORESCO. [Proper language will be
inserted by the appropriate tax personnel.

Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained elsewhere herein, Contractor's compensation


hereunder includes only allowances for non-transactional taxes (i.e., corporate income, franchise and
property taxes) assessed by relevant taxing authorities against Contractor, and does not include
allowances for any transactional taxes (including but not limited to sales and use taxes, VAT, customs
duties and other excises) assessed against Contractor or its employees or Owner as a consequence of
Contractor's performance of the Work.

6.3 Invoicing and Payment

6.3.1 Contractor's compensation will be funded on a cash neutral basis. On or before the tenth day of each
month, Contractor will submit to Owner a written application for payment for Work that it expeets to
perform and costs it expeets to incur during that month. Within fifteen (15) days of its receipt of such
application for payment, Owner will collect the amounts from RECOPE (only for REVAMP FEED and
PMC related to it) or prepare the amounts on its own, and then wire transfer the amounts requested to
Contractor's designated bank account. Contemporaneously with its next monthly application for
payment, Contractor will genrate an invoice for compensation actually earned and costs actually
incurred by Contractor during the previous month. This invoice will be offset against amounts paid to
Contractor under the corresponding application. If an overpayment oceurs, (application amount exceeds
the actual), the amount of the overpayment will be deducted from the current month's application. If an
underpayment oceurs (actual exceeds the application amount), the difference will be added to the
current month's application. All invoices shall be accompanied by time sheets and other documentation
which may reasonably be required to show evidence of the actual hours worked and other direct costs
incurred that are not the subject of either a multiplier or pre-determined charge.

6.3.2 Contractor shall prepare and submit invoices in accordance with the procedures set forth in Exhibit E.
Such invoices shall include backup documentation as reasonably required by Owner to substantiate
hours incurred and proper labor classification for Contractor's employees and to support the
reimbursable expenses incurred by Contractor. If Owner disputes any portion of a Contractor invoice,
Owner shall pay the undisputed amount of the invoice pending resolution of the disputed portion.

6.3.3 The obligations of the Contractor under this Agreement shall not be reduced or affected by any payment,
whether preliminary or final. A payment does not constitute acceptance of Work or parts thereof.

6.3.4 Contractor shall be entitled to suspend or terminate the Work under this Agreement should Owner fail
without good reason to pay Contractor undisputed amounts owed in accordance with the terms and
conditions of this Agreement.

6.4 Records and Audit

Contractor shall maintain and retain for a period of five years after completion of the Services hereunder,
all files, records, receipts, and other documents necessary to verify the amounts invoiced to and paid by

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Owner under this Agreement. Owner shall have full access to such records during said period for the
purpose of such verification. Owner's right to audit shall not extend to the composition of Contractor's
fixed rates, standard charges or percentage multipliers.

Article 7 - CHANGES

7.1 Owner may at any time, by written notice to Contractor, propose changes to the Work, Project Schedule,
or other requirements for the Work. Changes, as used herein, are additions and/or deletions and/or
revisions to the Work, the methods of accomplishing the Work or the Project Schedule.

7.2 Upon receipt of a Change Order, Contractor shall immediately proceed with implementation of the
change and no extra payment

7.3 Any Changes, whether alterations, accelerations, additions or omissions, do not relieve Contractor from
its responsibilities under this Agreement.

Article 8 - CONFIDENTIALITY

8.1 Prior to or during the term of this Agreement, Owner may disclose Confidential Information to
Contractor for the use of Contractor in the performance of the Work under this Agreement. Such
Confidential Information constitutes proprietary information and valuable trade secrets that are the
property of Owner or for which Owner has secured certain rights of use.

8.2 For a period of ten (10) years from the Effective Date of this Agreement, Contractor agrees to keep
secret and confidential all such Confidential Information and to not use any Confidential Information for
purposes other than the Work or to disclose it, in whole or in part, to anyone, including Contractor's
partners and affiliated companies, except to Contractor's employees on a "need to know" basis as
required for the execution of the Work, without the written consent of the Owner.

8.3 Contractor shall limit access to Confidential Information to those of Contractor's employees who
reasonably require the same to carry out their duties under the Agreement and who have entered into
secrecy agreements with Contractor obligating each such employee not to disclose any of such
Confidential Information to at least the same extent as Contractor is obligated to Owner hereunder.
Contractor may relase such Confidential Information to those of its Subcontractors which have entered
into confidentiality agreements with Contractor containing substantially the same obligations as
contained in this Article 8.

8.4 The foregoing obligations shall not apply to information received by Contractor which:

(a) can be proved by Contractor to have been within the public domain at the date of disclosure
thereof by Owner; or

(b) was known to Contractor prior to the disclosure thereof by Owner hereunder or prior to the
effective date of this Agreement, as evidenced by written records in Contractor's possession
prior to said disclosure; or

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(c) subsequent to disclosure by Owner becomes, other than by act or omission of Contractor,
generally available to the public; or

(d) is lawfully made available to Contractor by a third party in good faith who disclosed such
information to Contractor on a non-confidential basis without violating any obligation of
confidentiality relating to the information disclosed.

Specific information disclosed to Contractor shall not be deemed to be within the foregoing exceptions
merely because such information is embraced by more general information within such exceptions. In
addition, any combination of features shall not be deemed to be within the foregoing exceptions merely
because individual features are within such exceptions.

8.5 If Contractor is required by any applicable law, regulatory authority or court of competent jurisdiction to
reveal Confidential Information, Contractor prior to disclosure shall work with Owner to limit to the
extent legally possible the extent of the disclosure.

8.6 Upon completion of the Work, or in the event of termination of this Agreement, Contractor shall
without delay, upon written direction from Owner, return to Owner or destroy at Owner's election all
Confidential Information received directly or indirectly from Owner hereunder, except that Contractor
may retain one copy of such Confidential Information in its secure files for record purposes.

8.7 Except as expressly set forth elsewhere in this Agreement, nothing herein shall be construed as
conferring on Contractor any right, title or interest in or any lcense with respect to any Confidential
Information received by Contractor or any rights under any patent or trade secret now or subsequently
owned or controlled by Owner.

Article 9 - OWNERSHIP OF DOCUMENTS; INVENTIONS; LIENS

9.1 Ownershipof Documents

9.1.1 All drawings, plans, specifications and other documents given by Owner to Contractor for use
in connection with this Agreement shall remain Owner's property and shall not be used by
Contractor for any purpose other than performance of the Work.

9.1.2 All documents prepared in connection with this Agreement, such as drawings, photos
(conventional and digital), plans, specifications, calculations (including computer programs
developed under this Agreement), estimates, operating/maintenance procedures, purchase orders
and subcontracts, and the other engineering and procurement documents prepared, employed or
used by Contractor under this Agreement shall become Owner's property upon any termination
or completion of Work and Owner may disclose or use them for operation, maintenance, repair,
replacement or duplication of the facility. Contractor shall deliver the documents in any
reasonable manner prescribed by Owner. Contractor may retain a copy for its files, provided
that Contractor's retention of such copy will be in accordance with the provisions of Article 8
hereto. Contractor agrees that the work product delivered hereunder shall be prepared as a work
made for hire for the benefit of Owner. Further, Contractor agrees to assign and does hereby
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9.1.3 Notwithstanding Clause 9.1.2, Contractor shall continu to own and retain all ntellectual
property created or owned by Contractor or licensed to Contractor by an Affiliate or third party
(including know-how, source codes, software, documents, drawings, designs, technical
information and other materials) which (i) exists prior to the Parties entering into this
Agreement, (ii) is developed or acquired by Contractor independently of this Agreement, or (iii)
is derived or developed from intellectual property which falls within (i) or (ii) above.

9.2 Intellectual Property

Contractor shall not knowingly or intentionally infringe upon any intellectual property (including but
not limited to patents, trademarks, copyrights and trade secrets) ("Intellectual Property") in the
performance of this Agreement. In the event that Contractor, following completion of the Services, is
alleged to have infringed upon Intellectual Property owned or claimed by a third party, Contractor shall,
at the request of Owner and at Contractor's expense, replace or modify pursuant to Clause 5.1 the
infringing subject matter so that it becomes non-infringing but still complies with the requirements of
the Agreement. If the infringing subject matter cannot be replaced or modified so that it becomes non-
infringing, Contractor shall, on Owner's request and at Owner's expense, procure for Owner the right to
continu using the infringing subject matter. All royalties and other expenditures (including attorneys'
fees and litigation costs) to procure the right to use the infringing subject matter shall be payable by
Owner. The foregoing obligations of Contractor shall not be applicable to infringement of Intellectual
Property of third parties which results from Contractor's compliance with specific written instructions
furnished by Owner, or from the incorporation into the Work of any process or design which originates
from Owner.

9.3 Liens

9.3.1 Contractor shall promptly pay when due all obligations for labor and material. If a lien or
charge attaches to Owner's property by reason of the failure of Contractor, its Subcontractors or
vendors to pay such obligations, Contractor shall promptly procure its relase and shall hold
Owner harmless from loss, damage and expense incidental thereto, provided, however, that this
provisin shall not oprate to deprive Contractor of its statutory lien rights in the event of non-
payment by Owner of any undisputed amount owed Contractor.

9.3.2 If there is evidence of any claim or demand which could subject Owner or its property to a lien
or attachment if such claim or demand is established to be valid, made against Contractor by
any person, or against Owner by any person claiming through Contractor, Owner shall have the
right to withhold from Contractor such amount of money from compensation due under this
Agreement as will fully protect Owner against any such lien or attachment.

9.4 Inventions

All inventions, discoveries, and improvements, patentable and unpatentable, and copyrightable materials
that are made or conceived by Contractor's personnel in connection with the Work performed under this
Agreement using Owner's Confidential Information and all patent rights and copyright rights therein,
both domestic and foreign, shall belong to, and shall be assigned by Contractor to Owner. Contractor
shall require its personnel to promptly and fully disclose all such inventions, discoveries and
improvements to Owner and shall require them to cooperate with Owner as may be reasonably required
in order to obtain patent protection therefore, including the signing of assignments of inventions and

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patent rights therein, and the signing of any proper affidavits, declarations, patent applications and the
like.

9.5 Application to Subcontractors

Contractor shall ensure that in all contracts with Subcontractors, respective provisions shall be inserted
to secure Owner's rights as stated in this Article 9.

Article 10 - LIABILITIES

10.1 Contractor shall indemnify, defend and hold Owner harmless from and against claims, liabilities, suits,
loss, cost, expense and damages for all types of injuries to or death of persons or damage to or
destruction of property (excluding property of Owner as described in Article 10.3 below), arising in
connection with Contractor's performance of the Work pursuant to this Agreement, to the extent caused
by the negligence of Contractor, its employees, agents and Subcontractors. Contractor's liability to
Owner for all of the aforesaid matters is limited to the amounts recovered from and within the limits of
Contractor's insurance to be provided in accordance with Article 13, after settlement of third party
claims.

10.2 Owner shall indemnify, defend and hold Contractor harmless from and against claims, liabilities, suits,
loss, cost, expense and damages for all types of injuries to or death of persons or damage to or
destruction of property (excluding property of Contractor as described in Article 10.3 below), arising in
connection with the Work, to the extent caused by the negligence of Owner, its employees, agents and
other contractors.

10.3 Each Party hereto shall assume all risk of loss or damage to its real or personal property which may arise
out of or in connection with this Agreement, including any such loss or damage arising from the
negligence of either Party, and each Party agrees to obtain a waiver of subrogation for the benefit of the
other Party from its insurer(s) of such property.

10.4 Notwithstanding any obligation of Contractor to maintain care, custody and control, of materials and
equipment purchased pursuant to this Agreement, and regardless of which Party holds title to such
materials and equipment, Owner shall assume at all times the risk of physical loss or damage to
materials and equipment purchased by Contractor pursuant to the terms of this Agreement. Owner's
assumption of such risk will apply while the materials and/or equipment are in transit over land, sea or
by air; while temporarily in warehouses, at fabrication yards or at the final Work Site; and during
fabrication and installation.

10.5 Notwithstanding any other provisions under this Agreement, at law or otherwise, Contractor's total
liability for claims arising out of this Agreement, regardless of how the same may be caused, shall be
limited to ten percent (10%) of the compensation actually paid to Contractor pursuant to this Agreement.

10.6 The releases from and limitations on liability expressed in this Article 10 and elsewhere in this
Agreement shall (i) survive termination or expiration of this Agreement, (ii) apply whether in contract,
equity, tort or otherwise, (iii) apply even in the event of the fault, negligence, strict liability, or breach of
Agreement of a Party, and (iv) extend to the shareholders, directors, officers, employees and agents of a
Party, its parents, subsidiarles affiliates and subcontractors.

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Article 11-INSURANCE

11.1 Contractor Furnished Insurance

Without in any way limiting Contractor's liability under Article 10, Contractor shall maintain at all
times during the term of the Agreement at Contractor's sol expense the following mnimum insurance
coverage and such other insurance as may be required by applicable law with carriers:

11.1.1 Worker's Compensation Insurance and Employers' Liability Insurance with limits sufficient to
comply with all applicable laws, including the laws of the country and/or state of origin of its
employees to cover such employees.

11.1.2 Comprehensive General Liability Insurance for bodily injury, personal injury and property
damage, including contractual liability, XCU (Explosin, Collapse and Underground) Hazards,
Broad Form Property Damage, Completed Operations and Independent Contractor's Liability,
to cover all liability assumed by Contractor under this Agreement. The limits of liability for
such insurance shall be not less than One Million U.S. Dollars ($1,000,000) per occurrence and
Five Million U.S. Dollars ($5,000,000) in the aggregate.

11.1.3 Automobile Bodily Injury and Property Damage Liability Insurance covering owned, non-
owned and hired automobiles, with limits of liability not less than One Million U.S. Dollars
($1,000,000) per occurrence for bodily injury and One Million U.S. Dollars ($1,000,000) per
occurrence for property damage.

All such insurance shall be provided by reliable companies satisfactory to Owner and authorized and
registered to do business in the jurisdictions in which the Work is to be performed in accordance with
the Law number 8653. All deductibles payable under such policies of insurance shall be to the account
of Contractor. Owner shall be named as an additional insured on the policies Usted in 11.1.2 and 11.1.3
above, but only in the amounts stated therein and only with respect to liability arising out of the
performance of the Work where Owner is indemnified by Contractor pursuant to the terms of this
Agreement. All required insurance hereunder shall, as to liabilities and indemnities assumed by
Contractor hereunder, contain waivers of subrogation against Owner and its Affiliates and contractors,
and shall provide that such insurance is primary coverage with respect to all insures and shall not be
considered contributory insurance with any insurance policies of Owner or its Affiliates. Prior to the
commencement of Work, Contractor shall provide Owner with insurance certificates or other evidence
of insurance satisfactory to Owner specifying the types and amounts of coverage in effect, the expiration
dates of each policy and a statement that no insurance will be cancelled or materially changed while the
Work is in progress without thirty (30) calendar days' prior written notice to Owner. Evidence of
renewal of such insurance shall be provided to Owner prior to the expiration dates of the policies. In the
event of a claim and upon request of Owner, Contractor shall allow a review of insurance policies
required pursuant to this Agreement. If the Contractor neglects or refuses to provide any insurance
required herein, or if any insurance is cancelled, the Owner may procure such insurance at Contractor's
expense.

It is understood and agreed by the Parties that neither the mnimum policy limits of insurance required
of Contractor under this Article 11 or the actual amounts of insurance maintained by Contractor under
its insurance program shall in any way limit or reduce Contractor's liability and indemnity obligations
under Article 10 of this Agreement.

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11.2 Owner Furnished Insurance

Owner shall maintain at Owner's expense Builder's All Risk Insurance covering activities at the Site
and loss of or damage to the materials and equipment to be incorporated into the Project. Such
insurance shall list Contractor and its Subcontractors as additional insures, along with Owner's
Contractor(s) and their subcontractors as their respective interests may appear, all as related to the
Project and the work to be performed at the Site. Such Builders All Risk Insurance will cover physical
loss or damage to the materials and equipment to be incorporated into the Project, on a replacement cost
basis, including coverage for earthquake and flood, testing and transits to and from the Site, beginning
with commencement of work at the Site until completion of such work, plus a twelve month warranty
period. This insurance will not cover loss or damage to construction equipment, tools, supplies, or
temporary structures owned or leased by Contractor or its Subcontractors in the performance of this
Agreement.

11.3 Subcontractor Insurance

Without in any way limiting Contractor's liabilities pursuant to Article 10, Contractor shall require from
each of its Subcontractors the same insurance as set forth in paragraph 11.1 and shall secure from each
Subcontractor's evidence of such insurance in the form of a certifcate of insurance acceptable to Owner.
Both Owner and Contractor shall be designated on such insurance as additional insures.

11.4 Insurance on Contractor's Facilities, Equipment and Tools

Contractor shall secure a written waiver of the right of subrogation against Owner from all insurers
providing physical damage insurance on Contractor's facilities, equipment, tools, and suppliers used by
Contractor under this Agreement.

Article 12 - DURATION OF AGREEMENT

12.1 This Agreement shall commence on the Effective Date and shall, unless terminated sooner according to
Article 13, termnate upon completion and acceptance of Work and expiration of any warranties.

12.2 The provisions of Articles 5 (Warranties) and 10 (Liability), 8 (Confidentiality), 15 (Forc Majeure), 16
(Arbitration), and 17 (Applicable Law) shall survive any termination ofthe Agreement.

12.3 The termination of this Agreement shall be without prejudice to any obligation or right of any of the
Parties hereof which has accrued prior to such termination and shall not affect any provisin of this
Agreement which is expressly, or by implication, provided to come into effect on, or to continu in
effect after such termination.

Article 13 - TERMINATION

13.1 Termination for Owner's Convenience

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13.1.1 Owner shall have the right, with or without cause, to termnate this Agreement or any portion of
the Work hereunder by giving Contractor written notice at least thirty (30) days prior to the date
of termination. On the date of termination stated in said notice, Contractor shall discontinu
performance of the Work to the extent directed by Owner. Owner shall have the right to direct
Contractor to termnate any subcontract (or part thereof) and the portion of the Work covered by
such subcontract shall be otherwise completed by Contractor or another vendor or
Subcontractor approved by Owner.

13.1.2 In the event of a termination for Owner's convenience, Contractor shall, upon request of Owner,
promptly advise Owner of all outstanding subcontracts and purchase orders which Contractor
has with Subcontractors pertaining to performance of the Work, and shall furnish Owner with
complete priced copies of such subcontracts. At Owner's option, Contractor shall assign to
Owner, in a form satisfactory to Owner, such of its subcontracts and purchase orders, whether
completed or incomplete or outstanding, or shall take such other action relative to such
subcontracts, purchase orders and other obligations as may be directed by Owner. All of
Contractor's subcontracts shall contain consent to such possible assignment and shall state that,
if such assignment is made, performance of the Subcontract and all responsibilities and
obligations contained therein shall be rendered by the Subcontractor to Owner. Contractor shall
promptly deliver to Owner all engineering data, all information furnished by Owner or
developed by Contractor or Subcontractor personnel, all equipment and materials furnished by
Owner and all portions of the Work whether completed or in process. In the event of
termination hereunder, Contractor shall use its best efforts to minimize any and all costs
resulting from or arising in connection with said termination and shall take all appropriate
actions to complete in a proper manner the remaining activities of Contractor and its
Subcontractors as expeditiously, efficiently and economically as possible.

13.1.3 Contractor, upon receiving such notice of termination, shall do all things necessary to preserve
and protect the Work.

13.1.4 In the event of a termination under this Article 13.1, Contractor shall be paid the following as
fill and final settlement for such termination:

(a) for Work performed and unpaid under this Agreement, compensation in accordance
with this Agreement for Work satisfactorily completed as of the date of termination;
and

(b) actual and reasonable costs necessarily incurred in terminating the Work, provided such
costs have been approved in advance by Owner.

13.2 Termination by Owner for Cause

13.2.1 Should Contractor at any time refuse or neglect to supply a suffciency of properly skilled
personnel or equipment of the proper quality or quantity; fail in any respect to prosecute the
Work or any portion thereof in a diligent, timely, efficient, skillful, and careful manner; fail to
comply with any of the terms of this Agreement; fail to perform in bad faith, become insolvent,
or become the subject of voluntary or involuntary bankruptcy proceedings or receivership,
Owner may so advise Contractor in writing, stating the deficiencies of the Contractor.
Contractor shall promptly address the alleged deficiencies and develop for Owner's approval a
plan to correct the deficiencies and so that the terms and objectives of the Agreement will be
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met. If Contractor fails to within fifteen (15) days of receipt of Owner's written notice correct
the deficiencies or make progress satisfactory to Owner towards such correction, Owner may by
further written notice to Contractor termnate this Agreement for the default of Contractor.

13.2.2 In the event of termination under 13.2.1, Contractor shall, unless Owner directs otherwise,
immediately discontinu the Work (except to the extent necessary to preserve and protect the
Work) and the placing of orders for materials, equipment and supplies in connection with the
performance of the Agreement and shall, if requested, make every reasonable effort to procure
cancellation or termination of all existing orders or subcontracts upon terms satisfactory to
Owner. Contractor shall, upon notice of termination under 13.2.1, promptly advise Owner of all
outstanding subcontracts, and other obligations which Contractor has with others pertaining to
performance of the Work, and shall furnish Owner with complete copies thereof. Upon request
of Owner, Contractor shall assign to Owner, in a form satisfactory to Owner, those subcontracts
and other obligations which Contractor has with others pertaining to performance of the Work.
Owner shall pay Contractor for Work satisfactorily completed to the date of termination in
accordance with Exhibit E, but shall have no further liability to Contractor with respect to the
termination. Notwithstanding any other provisions to the contrary, termination of this
Agreement shall not prejudice any claim of Owner arising prior to termination or shall it affect
the Contractor's guarantee of the portion of the Work performed or relieve Contractor of its duty
to correct any defective work performed or to indemnify, defend and hold the Owner harmless
in those instances required by this Agreement.

13.3 Termination Liability

The parties' rights and obligations in the event of termination shall be determined in accordance with
this Article 13. Contractor shall not be Hable for any damages incurred by Owner resulting from such
termination, including, without limitation, costs paid by Owner to complete the Work or engage a
replacement contractor or other direct or indirect damages arising from or related to termination. Owner
shall not be Hable for any damages incurred by Contractor resulting from such termination, including,
without limitation, loss of anticipated profits.

Article 14 - SUSPENSIN OF WORK

14.1 Owner may direct Contractor to suspend all or any part of Contractor's work under this Agreement by
giving Contractor written notice at least fifteen (15) days prior to the date of suspensin. In such event,
Contractor shall use its best efforts to reduce the level of resources assigned to the Work so as to
minimize costs during the period of suspensin. Owner shall be Hable for and shall pay to Contractor the
costs of such reduced level of effort during the period of suspensin in accordance with Exhibit E to the
Agreement, to the extent such costs are approved in advanee by Owner in writing. Contractor shall be
entitled to demobilize and re-assign any employees whose retention during a suspensin is not
authorized by Owner. Demobilization costs for Contractor's employees whose retention on the Work
has not been authorized by Owner, including the cost of travel from the Work Site to the employee's
home, shall be paid by Owner.

14.2 Owner may, at any time, authorize resumption of the suspended part of the Work by notifying
Contractor of the part of Work to be resumed and the effective date of the lifting of the suspensin.
Work shall be resumed as promptly as reasonably possible by Contractor after receipt of such a notice.
With respect to those employees who have been demobilized as a result of suspensin under Sub-Article
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14.1 above, Contractor will use reasonable efforts to expedite their return, but Contractor is under no
obligation to re-mobilize employees who have been re-assigned to other work. The schedule of the
Work shall be adjusted to account for the delay caused by such suspensin, and costs of travel and
remobilization of demobilized employees shall be borne by Owner.

14.3 If any period of suspensin exceeds ninety (90) days, or if cumulative periods of suspensin exceed one
hundred eighty (180) days, either Party may by written notice to the other Party termnate this
Agreement. In such event, Contractor shall be compensated in accordance with Article 13.1 of this
Agreement. The said provisin is exclusively referred to RECOPE FEED.

Article 15 - FORC MAJEURE

15.1 Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained elsewhere herein, a Party will be excused from the
obligations of this Agreement (except the obligation to pay monies when due) to the extent that
performance is delayed or prevented by any circumstances reasonably beyond its control, or by fire,
flood, earthquake, storm, hurricane or other natural disaster, war, invasin, act of foreign enemies,
hostilities (whether war is declared or not), civil war, rebellion, revolution, insurrection, insurgency,
military actions, terrorist activities or a credible threat of terrorist activities, epidemic, pandemic or
widespread illness, nationalization, government sanction, blockade, embargo, labor dispute, strike,
lockout, interruption or failure of electrical service, or failure or significant reduction of normal
transportaron, Utilities or Communications systems ('Torce Majeure").

15.2 Either Party shall have the right, by giving notice to the other in writing, to suspend performance of its
respective obligations under this Agreement in whole or in part forthwith upon, and to the extent
necessitated by, the occurrence of Forc Majeure, and the time for completion of the obligation or duty
affected thereby and all other relevant periods shall be extended by a time period to be agreed between
the Parties, commensurate with any delays in performance by either Contractor or Owner, but not less
than the actual duration of the forc majeure event.

15.3 The Party asserting Forc Majeure shall in each instance give the other Party notice thereof no later than
three (3) calendar days after the beginning of each such period of delay. Such notice shall include a brief
description of the event or circumstance of Forc Majeure, the portion of Work affected and an estmate
of the anticipated delay and any supporting documentation. No such delay or continuation thereof shall
be effective for a period of more than fifteen (15) calendar days unless prior to the end of the initial
fifteen (15) day period of continuation thereafter, the Party asserting the Forc Majeure shall give the
other Party notice of the continuation thereof.

15.4 Nothing herein shall alter any obligation with respect to portions of the Work not affected by such Forc
Majeure.

15.5 Not later than seven (7) calendar days after the cessation of any continuing circumstances comprising
Forc Majeure, the Party that asserted it shall give the other Party notice of the date of such cessation.

15.6 The occurrence of Forc Majeure shall not entitle Contractor to a change in the basis of its
compensation.

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16.1 In the event any dispute arses in connection with the validity, interpretation or implementation of the
Agreement, the Parties shall initially attempt to resolve such dispute through amicable discussions. If
the dispute cannot be resolved in this manner within sixty (60) days after the date on which one Party
has served written notice on the other Party for the commencement of such discussions, then either Party
may refer the dispute to arbitration in accordance with the rules of the International Chamber of
Commerce, with proceedings to be conducted in London, England.

16.2 The arbitration shall be conducted by three (3) arbitrators. One arbitrator shall be appointed by the
Contractor and one arbitrator shall be appointed by Owner. The third arbitrator shall be appointed
jointly by the arbitrators appointed by the Parties and shall serve as chairman of the arbitral tribunal.

16.3 The arbitral proceedings shall be conducted in English language and all of the arbitrators shall be fluent
in English.

16.4 The arbitration award shall be final and binding on the Parties, and the Parties agree to be bound thereby
and to act accordingly. All arbitration fees and costs shall be borne equally, notwithstanding which
Party may prevail. Each Party shall bear its own related costs, i.e., fees and costs of its own lawyers and
witnesses irrespective of which Party prevails.

16.5 During the pendency of any arbitration, the Parties shall continu to exercise their remaining respective
rights, and shall fulfill their remaining respective obligations under the Agreement.

Article 17 - APPLICABLE LAW

This Agreement shall be governed by and interpreted under the English laws, without giving effect to conflict of
laws principies thereof.

Article 18 - MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

18.1 Waiver

Unless expressly provided otherwise, failure or delay on the part of either Party to exercise any right,
power or privilege under the Agreement, or under any other agreement relating hereto, shall not oprate
as a waiver thereof; or shall any single or partial exercise of any right, power or privilege preclude any
other future exercise thereof.

18.2 Assignment

Owner shall have the right, at any time, to assign all or any part of its rights and obligations hereunder to
an Affiliate or to a third party, provided that, in the event Owner assigns this Agreement to a third party
without Contractor's prior written consent, Owner shall remain Hable for any and all obligations set
forth herein in the event such third party fails to fulfill any obligation imposed on Owner hereunder.
With the prior written consent of Contractor, which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld, Owner
may assign this Agreement to any party without any further liability on the part of Owner. Contractor
may not assign this Agreement or any of the obligations or entitlements herein without the written
agreement of Owner.

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18.3 Severa bility

In the event that any provisin in the Agreement is Ilegal, contrary to public policy, or otherwise
unenforceable, then such provisin shall be deleted from the Agreement leaving the remainder of the
Agreement legal, valid and enforceable. The deleted provisin shall be replaced by a valid new
provisin negotiated by the Parties, having as nearly as is legally possible the same economic and
business effect as the Ilegal or unenforceable provisin was intended to have.

18.4 Language

The Agreement is executed n four (4) duplcate originis in the English language and each Party shall
receive two copies.

18.5 Entire Agreement

The Agreement and the Exhibits attached to the Agreement constitute the entire agreement between the
Parties with respect to the subject matter of the Agreement and supersede all prior discussions,
negotiations and agreements between them.

18.6 Binding Effect, Amendments

The Agreement s made for the beneflt of the Parties and is binding on the Parties. The Agreement may
only be amended by a written instrument signed by the Parties.

18.7 Exclusive Remedies

Contractor and Owner agree that the rights and remedies provided to the Parties in this Agreement are
the sol and exclusive rights and remedies available to the Parties hereunder, and shall be in lieu of any
other rights and remedies which may be otherwise available to the Parties at law or in equity.

18.8 Notices

Except as otherwise specifically provided in this Agreement, any notices hereunder shall be in writing in
the English language and shall be deemed delivered when served personally on the Party to whom
addressed, or when deposited in the mail, registered or recorded, postage prepaid. addressed to such
Party at the address, and to the attention of the Party, as provided in this Article 18.7, or by electronic
communication (fax or e-mail) when received, addressed as set forth above, provided that such
electronic communication is promptly followed by a written notice addressed and mailed as aforesaid.
If such electronic communication is received during other than business hours it shall be effective when
such business first commences. Either Party may change the person and/or address to which notice shall
be given by giving the other Party written notice of such change.
All notices and Communications shall be sent to the appropriate address set forth below, until the same
is changed by notice given in writing to the other Party:

With respect to Contractor:

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With respect to Owner:

18.9 Headings and Captions

The headings and captions for the Articles of this Agreement are only to aid the Parties1 use of this
Agreement and shall not affect the substance or nterpretation of those Articles.

18.10 Conflicting Documents

Should any conflict exist among the provisions of any of the Agreement documents, the order of priority
in which the provisin of the various Agreement documents shall govern is as follows:

lst - Terms and conditions of this Agreement, consisting of Articles 1 through 18.
2nd - Exhibits to this Agreement.

18.11 Publicity

Contractor shall not make any public statement regarding the Work and shall not publicize any fact
relating to the Project without the express written consent of Owner. All films, photo negatives and
prints, video-tapes showing details of the Plants and the Site shall be the property of Owner and shall be
delivered to Owner upon request. Notwithstanding the foregoing, nothing contained herein shall
prevent Contractor from making any announcement which Contractor is required to make by any
applicable law or competent judicial, govemmental or other authority, or in accordance with the
requirement of any recognized stock exchange.

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PARTB

AGREEMENT FOR ENGINEERING SERVICES


FRONT END ENGINEERING DESIGN FOR SORESCO

TABLE OF CONTENTS
Articles
Article 1 DEFINITIONS

Article 2 SCOPE OF WORK AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF CONTRACTOR

Article 3 RESPONSIBILITIES OF OWNER

Article 4 SCHEDULE

Article 5 CONTRACTOR'S WARRANTIES

Article 6 COMPENSATION AND PAYMENT

Article 7 CHANGES

Article 8 CONFIDENTIALITY

Article 9 OWNERSHIP OF DOCUMENTS; INVENTIONS; LIENS

Article 10 LIABILITIES

Article 11 INSURANCE

Article 12 DURATION OF AGREEMENT

Article 13 TERMPNATION

Article 14 SUSPENSIN OF WORK

Article 15 FORC MAJEURE

Article 16 DISPUTE RESOLUTION

Article 17 APPLICABLE LAW

Article 18 MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

Exhibits

Exhibit A - FEED Scope of Work


Exhibit B - FEED Execution Plan

Exhibit C - FEED Organizaron Chart


Exhibit D - FEED Contractor's Schedule of Work

Exhibit E - Basis of Contract Price and Payment Schedule


Exhibit F - Corporate Guarantee
Exhibit G - Qualifications and Requirements for Contractor Key Personnel

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Article 1 - DEFINITIONS

Unless the terms or context of this Agreement provide otherwise, the following terms shall have the meanings
set out below:

1.1 "Affiliate" means a company that is directly controlled by another company or companies if that latter
company owns or those latter companies together own fifty per cent or more of the voting rights
attached to the issued share capital of the first mentioned company.

1.2 "Change(s)" shall mean any alteration, change, amendment or modification of this Agreement that
meets the requirements set forth in Article 7.

1.3 "Confidential Information" shall mean any and all information, data, and knowledge which are made
available to Contractor by Owner or to any Subcontractors by Contractor relating to the performance of
the Work.

1.4 "Agreement" shall mean this Agreement for front end engineering design services in Part B, including
the Exhibits attached hereto.

1.5 "Contractor" means the Party identified in the preamble of the Agreement, and it's permitted
successors and assigns.

1.6 "Contract Price" means the fixed lump sum price paid to Contractor under this Agreement.

1.7 "Effective Date" shall be the date first written abo ve.

1.8 "Owner's Other Contractor(s)" means those contractors (other than Contractor and its Subcontractors)
engaged by Owner in connection with the Project and the subcontractors of every tier to such
contractors, including all entities engaged directly by Owner to provide engineering, procurement and/or
construction services.

1.9 "Project" shall mean the expansin and modernization of Moin Refinery Project in Limn, Costa Rica.

1.10 "Schedule" shall mean the schedule for the performance of the Work under this Agreement and attached
hereto in Exhibit D.

1.11 "Site" means the land in Moin refinery upon which the Project is to be constructed.

1.12 "Subcontractor(s)" means a third party, at any tier, performing a portion of the Work or supplying
services under contract to Contractor or to another Subcontractor.

1.13 "Work" shall mean all work and front end engineering design services to be performed by Contractor
under this Agreement in Part B as attached hereto in Exhibit A.

1.14 Interpreta tion

1.14.1 Words and expressions in the singular include the plural and words and expressions in the
plural include the singular;

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1.14.2 Headings and the index are for convenience only and shall not affect interpretation or
construction;

1.14.3 References to a "person" shall be construed so as to include any company, corporation or


other body corporate, any individual, firm, government or govemmental body any state or
agency of a state, or any joint venture, association or partnership (whether or not having
seprate legal personality);

1.14.4 Words and expressions importing the masculine, feminine or neuter gender only include all
such genders;

1.14.5 References to any document (including this Agreement) shall be construed as references to
that document as it may be modified, amended, novated or supplemented from time to time;

1.14.6 Reference to Articles and Exhibits are to articles of and Exhibits to this document;

1.14.7 References to "including", "include" and the like shall be read as if followed by the words
"but without limitation";

1.14.8 References to "law" shall be construed so as to include statutory, common and customary law
and any constitution, decree, judgment, legislation, court ruling, order, ordinance, regulation,
rule, statute, treaty or other measures, in each case, in forc in any jurisdiction and as replaced,
amended, modified or re-enacted from time to time, and including all local, municipal,
regional, state and federal laws (and "lawfully", "legally" and the like shall be construed
accordingly); and

1.14.9 References to time are to time at the location of the Site.

1.15 This Agreement has been fully reviewed and negotiated by the Parties and in interpreting this
Agreement, no weight shall be placed upon which Party or its legal advisor drafted the provisin being
interpreted.

Article 2 - SCOPE OF WORK AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF CONTRACTOR

2.1 General

Contractor shall furnish Owner front end engineering design services (the "Work") in accordance with
the Scope of Work attached hereto and incorporated herein as Exhibit A - FEED Scope of Work for
SORESCO.

2.2 Contractor's Responsibilities

2.2.1 Owner appoints Contractor for provisin of the Work, and Contractor hereby accepts such
appointment and agrees to carry out and complete the Work in accordance with the terms and
conditions of this Agreement. The Contractor shall perform the Work as described in Exhibit A.

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2.2.2 Contractor shall perform the Work in accordance with the terms and conditions of the
Agreement and shall use reasonable efforts to complete the Work in accordance with the
Schedule as defined in Exhibit D - FEED Contractor's Schedule of Work.

2.2.3 Contractor shall use for the implementation of the Work all experience and technical knowledge
it has hereto gained in the execution of similar projects in accordance with generally accepted
industry practices.

2.2.4 Contractor shall be deemed to be aware of and shall observe any applicable laws, statutory rules
and regulations, including but not limited to all local, municipal, regional, state and national
laws of the Republic of Costa Rica in effect at the Effective Date and acknowledges that those
laws, rules and regulations, to the extent applicable, shall apply to the performance of Work.
Contractor shall keep itself informed of and observe any laws, statutory rules and regulations
published after the Effective Date that may affect the Work. If any laws, statutory rules, or
regulations published after the Effective Date affect the Contractor's cost or time of
performance of the Work, Contractor shall be entitled to requesting a Change Order in
accordance with Article 7 of this Agreement.

2.2.5 Contractor shall use reasonable efforts to accomplish the Work in accordance with the
requirements of this Agreement.

2.2.6 Contractor's employees so identified in Exhibit G shall be considered Key Personnel.


Contractor shall not replace such Key Personnel without the prior written consent of Owner,
which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld. Replacement of Key Personnel shall in no
way hinder or delay the performance of the Work under this Agreement. Contractor shall be
responsible for replacing any removed Key Personnel, regardless of the reason for such removal.
All replacement Key Personnel shall be subject to Owner's approval. Approved replacement
Key Personnel shall be required to work alongside the person who is being replaced for a
reasonable transition period. Contractor shall bear all costs associated with replacement of Key
Personnel, including mobilization and demobilization expenses.

2.2.7 Contractor shall appoint an authorized representative, subject to the approval of Owner which
approval shall not be unreasonably withheld, who shall act on behalf of the Contractor
("Contractor Representative"). The Contractor Representative shall be satisfied with the
qualifications and requirements specified in Exhibit G hereto. And Owner has the right to
request the Contractor to remove him in a notice in writing for the reason stipulated 2.2.7 below
and the Contractor shall appoint another Contractor Representative within 7 working days upon
receiving the notice, and this Contractor Representative shall be qualified in compliance with
Exhibit G and his appointment shall be subject to the approval of Owner. The Contractor
Representative shall not be replaced without Owner's approval. Contractor shall ensure that the
Contractor Representative shall be conversant in spoken and written English as well as capable
of work.

2.2.8 Upon request of Owner, Contractor shall remove from the Work and replace, subject to
availability, any of Contractor's or t's Subcontractors' personnel including the Contractor
Representative, for any reason. If such personnel are deemed by Owner to be incompetent,
unqualified, dishonest, uncooperative or physically unable, all costs and expenses incurred in
the replacement of such personnel shall be to Contractor's account. .

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2.2.9 Should there be any deficiency in the manner in which Contractor or its Subcontractors perform
the Work, Contractor shall take prompt and effective action to correct these deficiencies and
shall inform Owner thereof, so that the remaining portion of the Work is done in accordance
with the provisions of this Agreement. If after correction of deficient Work, any portion of the
Work that still contains deficiencies, Owner may remove that portion of the Work from
Contractor and have the Work performed by others. In that event, Contractor will not be
entitled to being paid either for the original cost of the Work that remained deficient or for the
cost of attempting to correct such work. In addition, Contractor shall pay to the Owner an
amount equal to the Contractor's original cost of performing, plus the cost of attempting to
correct that deficient Work. Contractor shall have no other liability to Owner with respect to
deficient Work, or for the cost to Owner of having such deficient Work performed by others, or
for any other damages incurred by Owner.

2.2.10 If delays in the performance of the Work with respect to the Scheduleare likely to occur or have
occurred, Contractor shall inform Owner hereof immediately in writing and initiate reasonable
and appropriate measures to maintain the Schedule or to compnsate for any delay by
accomplishing subsequent parts of the Work in less time as originally planned in order to meet
the remaining deadlines of the Schedule. Contractor shall forthwith inform Owner of all
measures taken. Notwithstanding the foregoing, if a delay oceurs in excess of 2 months, ,
Owner may remove that portion of the Work from Contractor and have the Work performed by
others. In that event, Contractor shall not be paid by owner for the original cost of the Work
that was delayed. In addition, Owner shall be entitled to be compensated by Contractor for an
amount equal to Contractors man hour cost in said delay.

2.2.11 Owner or its authorized representative has the right to review and approve drawings,
specifications, documents, procedures, methods and data which Contractor develops hereunder.
Such review or approval shall in no way relieve Contractor from its responsibilities, obligations
or liabilities under this Agreement.

2.2.12 Contractor shall issue to Owner regular progress reports, as mutually agreed upon, on a weekly
and monthly basis and compliance with the Schedule of the Work.

2.2.13 Contractor shall be responsible for performance of the Work in accordance with generally
accepted industry practices. Contractor shall not subcontract any part of the Work except as
Owner, in its sol discretion, agrees to in writing which agreement shall not be unreasonably
withheld. All Subcontractors employed by Contractor in connection with the Work shall be
subject to prior written approval by Owner.

2.2.14 Contractor shall not be relieved from any obligation under this Agreement by entering into any
contract with any Subcontractor. Contractor shall monitor the performance of Subcontractors,
and shall promptly notify Owner if in Contractor's opinin a Subcontractor is not performing in
accordance with the terms of its subcontract. Contractor shall then, at the direction of Owner,
proceed to enforce the terms of the subcontract in accordance with Owner's instructions. All
costs and expenses incurred by Contractor in connection with administering subcontracts and/or
enforcing the terms of subcontracts, including without limitation (i) prosecution of claims
against Subcontractors, (ii) defense of claims brought by Subcontractors against Contractor or
Owner, (iii) change orders and variations to Services performed by Subcontractors, (iv)
Subcontractor claims for additional costs, (v) costs incurred in suspending performance of
Subcontractors or terminating Subcontractors for convenience or cause, (vi) costs incurred in

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hiring and paying replacement Subcontractors and (vii) costs incurred in litigation, arbitration or
settlement of disputes or other legal matters with Subcontractors (including attorney's fees),
shall not be allowed as reimbursable costs.

2.2.15 Owner agrees that with respect to any liability of Contractor to Owner (including without
limitation any obligation of the Contractor to protect, defend, indemnify or hold Owner
harmless pursuant to the provisions of this Agreement) or claim by Owner against Contractor
under any provisin of this Agreement arising out of the acts or omissions of Subcontractors
pursuant to any subcontract, Contractor's liability to Owner under this Agreement shall be
limited to:

(a) The amounts actually recovered by Contractor from any relevant policies of insurance
carried by Subcontractors;

(b) Amounts actually recovered by Contractor from the Subcontractor pursuant to


enforcement of the terms of the relevant subcontract; and

(c) Any rights of specific performance or other non-monetary relief that the Contractor is
able to enforce against the Subcontractor.

(d) Owner can collect from the contractor any remaining portion of damages up to 5
percentage of the final reimbursable cost.

2.2.16 Contractor shall ensure that nothing contained in any subcontract shall crate any contractual
relationship between Owner and any Subcontractor or confer third party beneficiary status on
any Subcontractor.

2.2.17 If Contractor employs Subcontractors to partially fulfill its contractual obligations hereunder, it
shall ensure that all contracts entered into with Subcontractors contain a clause according to
which such contracts can be terminated in conformity with the provisions on termination
contained in this Agreement.

2.2.18 In the event that any additional Contractor services become necessary to ensure the successful
implementation of the Project, such services shall upon sol approval of Owner also become
part of the Work by issuance of a Change Order in accordance with Article 7 hereof.

2.2.19 Contractor shall provide as specified in Exhibit E, office space, furnishings, clerical and
secretarial assistance, communication services and other facilities and services required for
Owner's use at Contractor's home and branch offices.

2.2.20 Estimates prepared by Contractor (including, but not limited to, estimates of quantities, costs
and schedules) represent Contractor's best judgment based upon its familiarity with the industry
and the information available at the time of the estmate. It is recognized, however, that neither
Owner or Contractor has control over factors which affect or relate to such estimates.

2.2.21 In no event shall Contractor be Hable in contract, tort, strict liability, warranty, or otherwise for
any special, indirect, incidental or consequential damages, such as but not limited to loss of
product, loss of use, non-operation or increased costs of operation of equipment or systems, loss

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of anticipated revenue or profits, cost of capital, delays in or cost of construction, or cost of
purchased or replacement equipment or systems.

2.3 Technical Information and Approvals.

2.3.1 Contractor represents that, to the extent necessary to perform the Work, it has examined and
accepts all the conditions relevant to the Work and agrees to perform the Work in accordance
with the compensation provisions of Exhibit E Basis of Contract Price and Payment Schedule.

2.3.2 While performing the Work hereunder, Contractor shall, in the exercise of its professional
judgment, examine and review all technical information, engineering data or other information
furnished to Contractor in connection with this Agreement, by Owner or otherwise, and shall at
once report in writing to Owner upon discovery of any error, omission or discrepancy in such
information. Contractor shall not, in any way, be Hable for any obligation under the Agreement
should any technical information, engineering data or other information obtained from Owner is
incorrect and/or insufficient if such errors or insufficiencies should be recognizable to a
competent engineering contractor.

2.3.3 Where Contractor is required to obtain Owner's approval hereunder, such approval must be in
writing. Owner's approval shall not be unreasonably withheld. Owner's receipt or consent to
and/or approval of any of Contractor's designs, specifications, drawings, reports or submissions
shall not waive any of Owner's rights or relieve Contractor of any obligations for defects,
deficiencies, errors, omissions or negligence.

2.3.4 Contractor shall have no responsibility for hazardous or toxic substances (whether or not
defined as such by statute) present at the Site and discovered in the course of the Work ("Latent
Hazardous Substances"), including but not limited to Latent Hazardous Substances contained
below the surface of the Site. All handling, containing, transporting or disposing of Latent
Hazardous Substances will be done by Owner or third parties engaged directly by Owner.
Contractor may temporarily interrupt the Work if it reasonably believes continuing with the
Work involves undue risk of exposure of persons to Latent Hazardous Substances. Contractor
will promptly inform Owner of such circumstances, and exercise due diligence to cooperate
with Owner to determine how and when Contractor, its subcontractors, and their employees and
agents, may safely resume any interrupted Work. Any additional cost and increased time for
performance to the extent caused by said interruption will be to Owner's account. Owner
further agrees to indemnify, defend and hold harmless Contractor and its subcontractors from all
liability, loss, cost and expense (including any fines, penalties, attorney fees and costs of
defense), that Contractor or its Subcontractors may incur in connection with any liability,
demand, allegation, action, suit, judgment, or other claim, including without limitation claims
for personal injury or death to any person, or for breach of any legal duty, caused by an
encounter with or exposure to Latent Hazardous Substances, incidental to the Contractor's
performance of the Work, as directed by Owner, or otherwise.

2.4 Independent Contractor

Contractor shall be an independent contractor, maintaining complete control over Contractor's personnel
and operations. No employee of Contractor shall be, in any sense, an employee of Owner or its Affiliates,
parent or subsidiarles. As an independent contractor, Contractor shall have control over the manner and
methods of performing the Work; however, Contractor shall perform the Work in accordance with

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procedures and practices agreed between the Parties, and Contractor shall perform the PMC work under
the management of the integrated project management team formed by PMC and Owner's personnel.

2.5 Contractor's Employees

Contractor shall be solely responsible for, and Contractor's compensation includes an allowance for all
items set forth in Exhibit E. Contractor shall in a timely manner make all reports concerning its
personnel required by govemmental authorities. Contractor shall also pay or shall cause to be paid
promptly when due all other costs incurred in performing the Work. Owner, from time to time, may
require Contractor to furnish evidence satisfactory to Owner that Contractor has complied with the
provisions of this Article 2.6.

2.6 Safety

2.6.1 Owner places the highest priority on safety, health and environmental conditions at all sites
where the Work is to be performed, and expeets and requires Contractor to do the same.
Contractor shall be responsible for all aspeets of safety during the performance of the Work, and
shall take all necessary measures to ensure that it and its Subcontractors maintain a safe working
environment. Contractor shall require its employees, Subcontractors, invitees, and others
engaged by it to comply with applicable national, state and local laws and regulations, and
Owner's safety, health, environmental and substance abuse rules, regulations and procedures
while the Contractor is performing the Work. Contractor is responsible for notifying and
training such persons about such regulations, rules, and procedures. When deemed appropriate
by Owner, Contractor shall desgnate a representative to supervise safety, health, and
environmental matters pertaining to the Work. Contractor shall acquire a copy of the Owner's
safety rules and procedures and shall require its employees and others engaged by or under the
direction of the Contractor to attend regular safety meetings put on by Contractor. Contractor
understands that Owner's rules and procedures are not determinative of all safety requirements
applicable to Contractor and others engaged by it. Unless otherwise agreed in writing,
Contractor shall supply at its own expense all safety and health equipment and materials,
including personal protective equipment for its employees, required by the Owner in the
performance of the Work, with the exception that Owner will provide such safety and health
equipment and materials to Contractor's PMC staff at Owner's cost. Contractor shall have an
ongoing safety program and shall maintain related documentation that meets all regulatory
requirements, if any. Owner may inspect and audit Contractor's safety, health, and
environmental compliance programs. Contractor shall make available to the Owner any
documentation required to conduct such audits. Prior to performing any Work at the Site (if
any), Contractor shall provide a safety, health, and environmental orientation that is satisfactory
to Owner for the benefit of its employees and others engaged by it. Persons who perform Work
at the Site must show evidence of completing this orientation. The Contractor shall be
responsible for training and alerting its employees and ensuring others engaged by it have
appropriate training concerning safety, health, and environmental hazards pertaining to Work at
the Site.

2.6.2 The contractor shall be responsible for the provisin of on-Site facilities (if applicable) for first
aid, treatment of minor injuries and first response in emergeney situations.

2.6.3 Contractor shall not permit a hazardous, unsafe, unhealthful or environmentally unsound
condition or activity to be conducted at any site where Work is being performed, and shall take

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immediate steps to elimnate or correct the condition or activity. If Contractor fails take
immediate steps to correct any such hazardous, unsafe, unhealthful or environmentally unsound
condition or activity relating to the Work following notice to do so by Owner, Owner shall be
entitled to take such action to correct such hazardous, unsafe, unhealthful or environmentally
unsound condition or activity as Owner in its sol discretion deems necessary.

2.7 Business Standards

2.7.1 Contractor, in performing its obligations under the Agreement, shall establish and maintain
appropriate business standards, procedures and controls, including those necessary to avoid any
real or apparent impropriety or adverse impact on the interests of Owner or any Affiliates of
Owner. In its performance of the Work, Contractor shall review with Owner on a regular and
frequent basis such business standards, procedures and controls, including, without limitation,
those related to the activities of Contractor's employees and agents in relation to the Owner's
employees, agents and representatives, vendors, Subcontractors and other third parties, and also
those related to the avoidance of any conflict of interest.

2.7.2 Contractor represents that all fnancial settlements, reports and billings rendered to Owner under
the Agreement shall properly reflect the facts of all activities and transactions, and may be
relied upon as being complete and accurate by Owner for all purposes. Contractor shall require
the same covenant from its suppliers, vendors and Subcontractors involved in furnishing
materials or services for the Work. Contractor shall promptly notify Owner in writing upon
discovery of any failure to comply with the foregoing responsibilities.

Article 3 - RESPONSIBILITIES OF OWNER

3.1 Owner will obtain all official approvals necessary for the Work that Contractor cannot obtain in its own
ame or is not authorized to obtain on behalfof Owner.

3.2 Owner shall grant Contractor access to the Site, subject to any applicable regulations, provided that
Contractor shall take all appropriate measures to prevent unauthorized persons from obtaining access to
the Site. Owner may refuse any person admittance to its facilities or exelude any person from
performing work under this Agreement, and Contractor shall fully cooperate with Owner with respect
thereto.

3.3 Owner shall nomnate authorized representatives who shall be the contact persons for Contractor and the
representatives of Owner for matters concerning this Agreement. Owner has the right to replace the
authorized representative at any time. Owner shall inform Contractor of such replacements in writing.

3.4 Owner may supply or arrange for others to supply to Contractor without charge and in such reasonable
time so as not to prevent, delay or disrupt the performance of the Work, all data, information and
records relating to the Project which are in its possession or under its control and which are reasonably
requested from time to time by Contractor, and shall give Contractor such assistance as Contractor may
reasonably require in connection with the performance of the Work.

3.5 Any advice. consent or approval shall not in any way affect the responsibihty and obligations of
Contractor under this Agreement.

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Article 4 - SCHEDULE

Contractor shall use reasonable efforts to carry out the Work in accordance with the Schedule. No changes shall
be made to the Schedule except through the issuance of a Change Order as set forth in Article 7.
Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained elsewhere herein, the Parties agree that the Project Schedule
is an estimated schedule dependent on the activities of Owner, Owner's Other Contractors and others, as well as
other factors beyond the control of the Contractor, and therefore Contractor will make its best endeavor to avoid
delays in the Project Schedule.

Article 5 - CONTRACTOR'S WARRANTIES

5.1 Warranty

Contractor warrants that the Work to be performed hereunder shall be performed in accordance with
standards customarily utilized by recognized professional engineering organizations of similar size and
capability as Contractor in existence at the time of performance of the Work and performing services
similar to the Work. Contractor shall re-perform any of said deficient Work which was not performed
in accordance with the specification in the Scope of Work in this Agreement, provided that the
Contractor is notified in writing of the nonconformity within one year after the performance of the
deficient Work. Contractor will perform the remedial Work within the original scope of Work at no
cost to Owner; provided, however, that Contractor shall have no liability or responsibihty for (i)
reconstruction or rectification of any facilities, (ii) repair or replacement of any materials, equipment or
facilities or (iii) the costs associated with such reconstruction, rectification, repair or replacement.

5.2 Sol Remedy


THE FOREGOING OBLIGATIONS IN THIS ARTICLE 5 ARE CONTRACTOR'S SOL
WARRANTY AND GUARANTEE OBLIGATIONS AND OWNER'S EXCLUSIVE REMEDIES
WITH RESPECT THERETO. CONTRACTOR MAKES NO OTHER WARRANTIES OR
GUARANTEES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
WHICH ARE EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMED AND WAIVED.

Article 6 - COMPENSATION AND PAYMENT

6.1 Compensation for the Work

Contractor shall be compensated by Owner for Work satisfactorily performed hereunder on a fixed price
amount USD 28,515,516 (twenty eight million five hundred and fifteen thousand five hundred and
sixteen US Dollars) in accordance with the terms and conditions of this Agreement. The Contract Price
is based on Exhibit E -- Basis of Contract Price and Payment Schedule.

6.2 Taxes

Contractor shall pay, and Contractor's compensation provided for hereunder contains an allowance for,
all liabilities or claims for the following taxes which any taxing authority (including any political
subdivisin thereof) claiming jurisdiction over this Agreement or the location in which the Work is
performed may assess or levy against Contractor on account of or resulting from Contractor's operations
pursuant to this Agreement:

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(a) Income, excess profit, or other taxes, charges, and imposts assessed or levied on account of
Contractor's earnings;

(b) taxes assessed or levied against or on account of salaries or other benefits paid to Contractor's
employees; and

(c) Taxes assessed or levied against or on account of any property or equipment (including materials
and consumable supplies) of Contractor.

The amount of this contract exeludes any withholding tax. Any withholding tax will be paid by the
Contractor according to the Costa Rican withholding tax law. The Contractor shall use its best efforts to
obtain the exemption to the withholding tax referenced in Sections 59, 60, and 61 of the Costa Rican
income tax law. The Contractor shall invoice SORESCO for this withholding tax, and SORESCO shall
pay the same amount to the Contractor. The Contractor will establish a Costa Rican legal entity which
will receive all payments under the on-shore contract with SORESCO. [Proper language will be
inserted by the appropriate tax personnel.

Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained elsewhere herein, Contractor's compensation


hereunder includes only allowances for non-transactional taxes (i.e., corporate income, franchise and
property taxes) assessed by relevant taxing authorities against Contractor, and does not include
allowances for any transactional taxes (including but not limited to sales and use taxes, VAT, customs
duties and other excises) assessed against Contractor or its employees or Owner as a consequence of
Contractor's performance of the Work.

6.3 Invoicing and Payment

6.3.1 In consideration of the Work performed by Contractor, Owner shall pay the lump sum amount specified
in Article 6.1 as per milestones set forth in Exhibit E. The invoice shall be accompanied by such
supporting documentation as may be appropriate to support the invoice. Owner shall pay the amount of
such invoice, without hold-back or retention, by wire transfer to Contractor's designated bank account
within 15 days of receipt the invoice. All payments shall be made to Contractor in US dollars. Should
Owner in good faith dispute any amount shown on an invoice, Owner shall pay all undisputed amounts,
and the parties will immediately initiate discussions to resolve the dispute. If the parties are unable to
resolve any dispute in a reasonable time, either party may invoke the dispute resolution process set forth
in Article 16.

6.3.2 If Owner disputes any portion of a Contractor invoice, Owner shall pay the undisputed amount of the
invoice pending resolution of the disputed portion.

6.3.3 The obligations of the Contractor under this Agreement shall not be reduced or affected by any payment,
whether preliminary or final. A payment does not constitute acceptance of Work or parts thereof.

6.3.4 Contractor shall be entitled to suspend or termnate the Work under this Agreement should Owner fail
without good reason to pay Contractor undisputed amounts owed in accordance with the terms and
conditions of this Agreement.

6.4 Records and Audit

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Contractor shall maintain and retain for a period of five years after completion of the Services hereunder,
all files, records, receipts, and other documents necessary to verify the amounts invoiced to and paid by
Owner under this Agreement. Owner shall have full access to such records during said period for the
purpose of such verification. Owner's right to audit shall not extend to the composition of Contractor's
fxed rates, lump sum portion of price, standard charges or percentage multipliers.

Article 7 - CHANGES

7.1 Owner may at any time, by written notice to Contractor, propose changes to the Work, Project Schedule,
or other requirements for the Work. Changes, as used herein, are additions and/or deletions and/or
revisions to the Work, the methods of accomplishing the Work or the Project Schedule.

7.2 Upon receipt of a Change Order, Contractor shall immediately proceed with implementation of the
change and no extra payment

7.3 Any Changes, whether alterations, accelerations, additions or omissions, do not relieve Contractor from
its responsibilities under this Agreement.

Article 8 - CONFIDENTIALITY

8.1 Prior to or during the term of this Agreement, Owner may disclose Confidential Information to
Contractor for the use of Contractor in the performance of the Work under this Agreement. Such
Confidential Information constitutes proprietary information and valuable trade secrets that are the
property of Owner or for which Owner has secured certain rights of use.

8.2 For a period of ten (10) years from the Effective Date of this Agreement, Contractor agrees to keep
secret and confidential all such Confidential Information and to not use any Confidential Information for
purposes other than the Work or to disclose it, in whole or in part, to anyone, including Contractor's
partners and affiliated companies, except to Contractor's employees on a "need to know" basis as
required for the execution of the Work, without the written consent of the Owner.

8.3 Contractor shall limit access to Confidential Information to those of Contractor's employees who
reasonably require the same to carry out their duties under the Agreement and who have entered into
secrecy agreements with Contractor obligating each such employee not to disclose any of such
Confidential Information to at least the same extent as Contractor is obligated to Owner hereunder.
Contractor may relase such Confidential Information to those of its Subcontractors which have entered
into confidentiality agreements with Contractor containing substantially the same obligations as
contained in this Article 8.

8.4 The foregoing obligations shall not apply to information received by Contractor which:

(a) Can be proved by Contractor to have been within the public domain at the date of disclosure
thereof by Owner; or

(b) Was known to Contractor prior to the disclosure thereof by Owner hereunder or prior to the
effective date of this Agreement, as evidenced by written records in Contractor's possession
prior to said disclosure; or

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(c) Subsequent to disclosure by Owner becomes, other than by act or omission of Contractor,
generally available to the public; or

(d) Is lawfully made available to Contractor by a third party in good faith who disclosed such
information to Contractor on a non-confidential basis without violating any obligation of
confidentiality relating to the information disclosed.

Specific information disclosed to Contractor shall not be deemed to be within the foregoing exceptions
merely because such information is embraced by more general information within such exceptions. In
addition, any combination of features shall not be deemed to be within the foregoing exceptions merely
because individual features are within such exceptions.

8.5 If Contractor is required by any applicable law, regulatory authority or court of competent jurisdiction to
reveal Confidential Information, Contractor prior to disclosure shall work with Owner to limit to the
extent legally possible the extent of the disclosure.

8.6 Upon completion of the Work, or in the event of termination of this Agreement, Contractor shall
without delay, upon written direction from Owner, return to Owner or destroy at Owner's election all
Confidential Information received directly or indirectly from Owner hereunder, except that Contractor
may retain one copy of such Confidential Information in its secure files for record purposes.

8.7 Except as expressly set forth elsewhere in this Agreement, nothing herein shall be construed as
conferring on Contractor any right, title or interest in or any lcense with respect to any Confidential
Information received by Contractor or any rights under any patent or trade secret now or subsequently
owned or control led by Owner.

Article 9 - OWNERSHIP OF DOCUMENTS; INVENTIONS; LIENS

9.1 Ownershipof Documents

9.1.1 All drawings, plans, specifications and other documents given by Owner to Contractor for use
in connection with this Agreement shall remain Owner's property and shall not be used by
Contractor for any purpose other than performance of the Work.

9.1.2 All documents prepared in connection with this Agreement, such as drawings, photos
(conventional and digital), plans, specifications, calculations (including computer programs
developed under this Agreement), estimates, operating/maintenance procedures, purchase orders
and subcontracts, and the other engineering and procurement documents prepared, employed or
used by Contractor under this Agreement shall become Owner's property upon any termination
or completion of Work and Owner may disclose or use them for operation, maintenance, repair,
replacement or duplcatin of the fcility. Contractor shall deliver the documents in any
reasonable manner prescribed by Owner. Contractor may retain a copy for its files, provided
that Contractor's retention of such copy will be in accordance with the provisions of Article 8
hereto. Contractor agrees that the work product delivered hereunder shall be prepared as a work
made for hire for the benefit of Owner. Further, Contractor agrees to assign and does hereby
assign all copyright in such works.

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9.1.3 Notwithstanding Clause 9.1.2, Contractor shall continu to own and retain all intellectual
property created or owned by Contractor or licensed to Contractor by an Affiliate or third party
(including know-how, source codes, software, documents, drawings, designs, technical
information and other materials) which (i) exists prior to the Parties entering into this
Agreement, (ii) is developed or acquired by Contractor independently of this Agreement, or (iii)
is derived or developed from intellectual property which falls within (i) or (ii) above.

9.2 Intellectual Property

Contractor shall not knowingly or intentionally infringe upon any intellectual property (including but
not limited to patents, trademarks, copyrights and trade secrets) ("Intellectual Property") in the
performance of this Agreement. In the event that Contractor, following completion of the Services, is
alleged to have infringed upon Intellectual Property owned or claimed by a third party, Contractor shall,
at the request of Owner and at Contractor's expense, replace or modify pursuant to Article 5.1 the
infringing subject matter so that it becomes non-infringing but still complies with the requirements of
the Agreement. If the infringing subject matter cannot be replaced or modified so that it becomes non-
infringing, Contractor shall, on Owner's request and at Owner's expense, procure for Owner the right to
continu using the infringing subject matter. All royalties and other expenditures (including attorneys'
fees and litigation costs) to procure the right to use the infringing subject matter shall be payable by
Owner. The foregoing obligations of Contractor shall not be applicable to infringement of Intellectual
Property of third parties which results from Contractor's compliance with specific written instructions
furnished by Owner, or from the ncorporation into the Work of any process or design which originates
from Owner.

9.3 Liens

9.3.1 Contractor shall promptly pay when due all obligations for labor and material. If a lien or
charge attaches to Owner's property by reason of the failure of Contractor, its Subcontractors or
vendors to pay such obligations, Contractor shall promptly procure its relase and shall hold
Owner harmless from loss, damage and expense incidental thereto, provided, however, that this
provisin shall not oprate to deprive Contractor of its statutory lien rights in the event of non-
payment by Owner of any undisputed amount owed Contractor.

9.3.2 If there is evidence of any claim or demand which could subject Owner or its property to a lien
or attachment if such claim or demand is established to be valid, made against Contractor by
any person, or against Owner by any person claiming through Contractor, Owner shall have the
right to withhold from Contractor such amount of money from compensation due under this
Agreement as will fully protect Owner against any such lien or attachment.

9.4 Inventions

All inventions, discoveries, and improvements, patentable and unpatentable, and copyrightable materials
that are made or conceived by Contractor's personnel in connection with the Work performed under this
Agreement using Owner's Confidential Information and all patent rights and copyright rights therein,
both domestic and foreign, shall belong to, and shall be assigned by Contractor to Owner. Contractor
shall require its personnel to promptly and fully disclose all such inventions, discoveries and
improvements to Owner and shall require them to cooperate with Owner as may be reasonably required
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patent rights therein, and the signing of any proper affidavits, declarations, patent applications and the
like.

9.5 Application to Subcontractors

Contractor shall ensure that in all contracts with Subcontractors, respective provisions shall be inserted
to secure Owner's rights as stated in this Article 9.

Article 10-LIABILITIES

10.1 Contractor shall indemnify, defend and hold Owner harmless from and against claims, liabilities, suits,
loss, cost, expense and damages for all types of injuries to or death of Contractor's or Contractor's
subcontractor's persons or damage to or destruction of property belonging to Contractor's, or
Contractor's subcontractor's (excluding property of Owner as described in Article 10.3 below), arising
in connection with Contractor's performance of the Work pursuant to this Agreement, even if it is
caused by the negligence of Owner, Owner's other contractors and its employees, agents and
subcontractors.

10.2 Owner shall indemnify, defend and hold Contractor and Contractor's subcontractors harmless from and
against claims, liabilities, suits, loss, cost, expense and damages for all types of injuries to or death of
the Owner's or Owner's other contractors persons or damage to or destruction of property (excluding
property of Contractor as described in Article 10.3 below), arising in connection with the Work, even if
caused by the negligence of Owner, its employees, agents and other contractors.

10.3 Each Party hereto shall assume all risk of loss or damage to its real or personal property which may arise
out of or in connection with this Agreement, including any such loss or damage arising from the
negligence of either Party, and each Party agrees to obtain a waiver of subrogation for the benefit of the
other Party from its insurer(s) of such property.

10.4 Notwithstanding any obligation of Contractor to maintain care, custody and control, of materials and
equipment purchased pursuant to this Agreement, and regardless of which Party holds title to such
materials and equipment, Owner shall assume at all times the risk of physical loss or damage to
materials and equipment purchased by Contractor pursuant to the terms of this Agreement. Owner's
assumption of such risk will apply while the materials and/or equipment are in transit over land, sea or
by air; while temporarily in warehouses, at fabrication yards or at the final Work Site; and during
fabrication and installation.

10.5 Notwithstanding any other provisions under this Agreement, at law or otherwise, Contractor's total
liability for claims arising out of this Agreement, regardless of how the same may be caused, shall be
limited to ten percent (10%) of the compensation actually paid to Contractor pursuant to this Agreement.

10.6 The releases from and limitations on liability expressed in this Article 10 and elsewhere in this
Agreement shall (i) survive termination or expiration of this Agreement, (ii) apply whether in contract,
equity, tort or otherwise, (iii) apply even in the event of the fault, negligence, strict liability, or breach of
Agreement of a Party, and (iv) extend to the shareholders, directors, officers, employees and agents of a
Party, its parents, subsidiarles affiliates and subcontractors.

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Article 11-INSURANCE

11.1 Contractor Furnished Insurance

Without in any way limiting Contractor's liability under Article 10, Contractor shall maintain at all
times during the term of the Agreement at Contractor's sol expense the following mnimum insurance
coverages and such other insurance as may be required by applicable law with carriers:

11.1.1 Worker's Compensation Insurance and Employers' Liability Insurance with limits sufficient to
comply with all applicable laws, including the laws of the country and/or state of origin of its
employees to cover such employees.

11.1.2 Comprehensive General Liability Insurance for bodily injury, personal injury and property
damage, including contractual liability, XCU (Explosin, Collapse and Underground) Hazards,
Broad Form Property Damage, Completed Operations and Independent Contractor's Liability,
to cover all liability assumed by Contractor under this Agreement. The limits of liability for
such insurance shall be not less than One Million U.S. Dollars ($1,000,000) per occurrence and
Five Million U.S. Dollars ($5,000,000) in the aggregate.

11.1.3 Automobile Bodily Injury and Property Damage Liability Insurance covering owned, non-
owned and hired automobiles, with limits of liability not less than One Million U.S. Dollars
($1,000,000) per occurrence for bodily injury and One Million U.S. Dollars ($1,000,000) per
occurrence for property damage.

All such insurance shall be provided by reliable companies satisfactory to Owner and authorized and
registered to do business in the jurisdictions in which the Work is to be performed in accordance with
the Law number 8653. All deductibles payable under such policies of insurance shall be to the account
of Contractor. Owner shall be named as an additional insured on the policies listed in 11.1.2 and 11.1.3
above, but only in the amounts stated therein and only with respect to liability arising out of the
performance of the Work where Owner is indemnified by Contractor pursuant to the terms of this
Agreement. All required insurance hereunder shall, as to liabilities and indemnities assumed by
Contractor hereunder, contain waivers of subrogation against Owner and its Affiliates and contractors,
and shall provide that such insurance is primary coverage with respect to all insureds and shall not be
considered contributory insurance with any insurance policies of Owner or its Affiliates. Prior to the
commencement of Work, Contractor shall provide Owner with insurance certificates or other evidence
of insurance satisfactory to Owner specifying the types and amounts of coverage in effect, the expiration
dates of each policy and a statement that no insurance will be cancelled or materially changed while the
Work is in progress without thirty (30) calendar days' prior written notice to Owner. Evidence of
renewal of such insurance shall be provided to Owner prior to the expiration dates of the policies. In the
event of a claim and upon request of Owner, Contractor shall allow a review of insurance policies
required pursuant to this Agreement. If the Contractor neglects or refuses to provide any insurance
required herein, or if any insurance is cancelled, the Owner may procure such insurance at Contractor's
expense.

It is understood and agreed by the Parties that neither the mnimum policy limits of insurance required
of Contractor under this Article 11 or the actual amounts of insurance maintained by Contractor under
its insurance program shall in any way limit or reduce Contractor's liability and indemnity obligations
under Article 10 of this Agreement.

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11.2 Owner Furnished Insurance

Owner shall maintain at Owner's expense Builder's All Risk Insurance covering activities at the Site
and loss of or damage to the materials and equipment to be incorporated into the Project. Such
insurance shall list Contractor and its Subcontractors as additional insureds, along with Owner's
Contractor(s) and their subcontractors as their respective interests may appear, all as related to the
Project and the work to be performed at the Site. Such Builders All Risk Insurance will cover physical
loss or damage to the materials and equipment to be incorporated into the Project, on a replacement cost
basis, including coverage for earthquake and flood, testing and transits to and from the Site, beginning
with commencement of work at the Site until completion of such work, plus a twelve month warranty
period. This insurance will not cover loss or damage to construction equipment, tools, supplies, or
temporary structures owned or leased by Contractor or its Subcontractors in the performance of this
Agreement.

11.3 Subcontractor Insurance

Without in any way limiting Contractor's liabilities pursuant to Article 10, Contractor shall require from
each of its Subcontractors the same insurance as set forth in paragraph 11.1 and shall secure from each
Subcontractor's evidence of such insurance in the form of a certifcate of insurance acceptable to Owner.
Both Owner and Contractor shall be designated on such insurance as additional insureds where relevant
and necessary.

11.4 Insurance on Contractor's Facilities, Equipment and Tools

Contractor shall secure a written waiver of the right of subrogation against Owner from all insurers
providing physical damage insurance on Contractor's facilities, equipment, tools, and suppliers used by
Contractor under this Agreement.

Article 12 - DURATION OF AGREEMENT

12.1 This Agreement shall commence on the Effective Date and shall, unless terminated sooner according to
Article 13, termnate upon completion and acceptance of Work and expiration of any warranties.

12.2 The provisions of Articles 5 (Warranties ) and 10 (Liability), 8 (Confidentiality), 15 (Forc Majeure), 16
(Arbitration), and 17 (Applicable Law) shall survive any termination of the Agreement.

12.3 The termination of this Agreement shall be without prejudice to any obligation or right of any of the
Parties hereof which has accrued prior to such termination and shall not affect any provisin of this
Agreement which is expressly, or by implication, provided to come into effect on, or to continu in
effect after such termination.

Article 13-TERMINATION

13.1 Termination for Owner's Convenience

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13.1.1 Owner shall have the right, with or without cause, to termnate this Agreement or any portion of
the Work hereunder by giving Contractor written notice at least thirty (30) days prior to the date
of termination. On the date of termination stated in said notice, Contractor shall discontinu
performance of the Work to the extent directed by Owner. Owner shall have the right to direct
Contractor to termnate any subcontract (or part thereof) and the portion of the Work covered by
such subcontract shall be otherwise completed by Contractor or another Subcontractor approved
by Owner.

13.1.2 Contractor, upon receiving such notice of termination, shall do all things necessary to preserve
and protect the Work.

13.1.3 In the event of a termination under this Article 13.1, Contractor shall be paid the following as
ful I and final settlement for such termination:

(a) For Work performed and unpaid under this Agreement, compensation in accordance
with this Agreement for Work satisfactorily completed as of the date of termination;
and

(b) Actual and reasonable costs necessarily incurred in terminating the Work including any
demobilization costs and expenses, provided such costs have been approved in advance
by Owner.

13.2 Termination by Owner for Cause

13.2.1 Should Contractor at any time refuse or neglect to supply a suffciency of properly skilled
personnel or equipment of the proper quality or quantity; fail in any respect to prosecute the
Work or any portion thereof in a diligent, effcient, skillful, and careful manner; fail to comply
with any of the terms of this Agreement; fail to perform in bad faith, become insolvent, or
become the subject of voluntary or involuntary bankruptcy proceedings or receivership, Owner
may so advise Contractor in writing, stating the deficiencies of the Contractor. Contractor shall
promptly address the alleged deficiencies and develop for Owner's approval a plan to correct
the deficiencies and so that the terms and objectives of the Agreement will be met. If
Contractor fails to within fifteen (15) days of receipt of Owner's written notice correct the
deficiencies or make progress satisfactory to Owner towards such correction, Owner may by
further written notice to Contractor termnate this Agreement for the default of Contractor.

13.2.2 In the event of termination under 13.2.1, Contractor shall, unless Owner directs otherwise,
immediately discontinu the Work (except to the extent necessary to preserve and protect the
Work) and the placing of orders for materials, equipment and supplies in connection with the
performance of the Agreement and shall, if requested, make every reasonable effort to procure
cancellation or termination of all existing orders or subcontracts upon terms satisfactory to
Owner. Contractor shall, upon notice of termination under 13.2.1, promptly advise Owner of all
outstanding subcontracts, and other obligations which Contractor has with others pertaining to
performance of the Work, and shall furnish Owner with complete copies thereof. Upon request
of Owner, Contractor shall assign to Owner, in a form satisfactory to Owner, those subcontracts
and other obligations which Contractor has with others pertaining to performance of the Work.
Owner shall pay Contractor for Work satisfactorily completed to the date of termination, but
shall have no further liability to Contractor with respect to the termination. Notwithstanding

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any other provisions to the contrary, termination of this Agreement shall not prejudice any claim
of Owner arising prior to termination or shall it affect the Contractor's guarantee of the portion
of the Work performed or relieve Contractor of its duty to correct any defective work performed
or to indemnify, defend and hold the Owner harmless in those instances required by this
Agreement.

13.3 Termination Liability

The parties' rights and obligations in the event of termination shall be determined in accordance with
this Article 13. Contractor shall not be Hable for any damages incurred by Owner resulting from such
termination, including, without limitation, costs paid by Owner to complete the Work or engage a
replacement contractor or indirect damages arising from or related to termination. Owner shall not be
Hable for any damages incurred by Contractor resulting from such termination, including, without
limitation, loss of anticipated profts.

Article 14 - SUSPENSIN OF WORK

14.1 Owner may direct Contractor to suspend all or any part of Contractor's work under this Agreement by
giving Contractor written notice at least fifteen (15) days prior to the date of suspensin. In such event,
Contractor shall use its best efforts to reduce the level of resources assigned to the Work so as to
minimize costs during the period of suspensin. Owner shall be Hable for and shall pay to Contractor the
costs of such reduced level of effort during the period of suspensin to the extent such costs are
approved in advance by Owner in writing. Contractor shall be entitled to demobilize and re-assign any
employees whose retention during a suspensin is not authorized by Owner. Demobilization costs for
Contractor's employees whose retention on the Work has not been authorized by Owner, including the
cost of travel from the Work Site to the employee's home, shall be paid by Owner.

14.2 Owner may, at any time, authorize resumption of the suspended part of the Work by notifying
Contractor of the part of Work to be resumed and the effective date of the lifting of the suspensin.
Work shall be resumed as promptly as reasonably possible by Contractor after receipt of such a notice.
With respect to those employees who have been demobilized as a result of suspensin under Sub-Article
14.1 above, Contractor will use reasonable efforts to expedite their return, but Contractor is under no
obligation to re-mobilize employees who have been re-assigned to other work. The schedule of the
Work shall be adjusted to account for the delay caused by such suspensin, and costs of travel and
remobilization of demobilized employees shall be borne by Owner.

14.3 If any period of suspensin exceeds ninety (90) days, or if cumulative periods of suspensin exceed one
hundred eighty (180) days, either Party may by written notice to the other Party termnate this
Agreement. In such event, Contractor shall be compensated in accordance with Article 13.1. of this
Agreement.

Article 15 - FORC MAJEURE

15.1 Notwithstanding anything to the contrary contained elsewhere herein, a Party will be excused from the
obligations of this Agreement (except the obligation to pay monies when due) to the extent that
performance is delayed or prevented by any circumstances reasonably beyond its control, or by fre,

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flood, earthquake, storm, hurricane or other natural disaster, war, invasin, act of foreign enemies,
hostilities (whether war is declared or not), civil war, rebellion, revolution, insurrection, insurgency,
mlitary actions, terrorist activities or a credible threat of terrorist activities, epidemic, pandemic or
widespread illness, nationalization, government sanction, blockade, embargo, labor dispute, strike,
lockout, interruption or failure of electrical service, or failure or signifcant reduction of normal
transportation, Utilities or Communications systems ("Forc Majeure").

15.2 Either Party shall have the right, by giving notice to the other in writing, to suspend performance of its
respective obligations under this Agreement in whole or in part forthwith upon, and to the extent
necessitated by, the occurrence of Forc Majeure, and the time for completion of the obligation or duty
affected thereby and all other relevant periods shall be extended by a time period to be agreed between
the Parties, commensurate with any delays in performance by either Contractor or Owner, but not less
than the actual duration of the forc majeure event.

15.3 The Party asserting Forc Majeure shall in each instance give the other Party notice thereof no later than
three (3) calendar days after the beginning of each such period of delay. Such notice shall include a brief
description of the event or circumstance of Forc Majeure, the portion of Work affected and an estmate
of the anticipated delay and any supporting documentation. No such delay or continuation thereof shall
be effective for a period of more than fifteen (15) calendar days unless prior to the end of the initial
fifteen (15) day period of continuation thereafter, the Party asserting the Forc Majeure shall give the
other Party notice of the continuation thereof.

15.4 Nothing herein shall alter any obligation with respect to portions of the Work not affected by such Forc
Majeure.

15.5 Not later than seven (7) calendar days after the cessation of any continuing circumstances comprising
Forc Majeure, the Party that asserted it shall give the other Party notice of the date of such cessation.

15.6 The occurrence of Forc Majeure shall not entitle Contractor to a change in the basis of its
compensation.

Article 16 - DISPUTE RESOLUTION

16.1 In the event any dispute arises in connection with the validity, interpretation or implementation of the
Agreement, the Parties shall initially attempt to resolve such dispute through amicable discussions. If
the dispute cannot be resolved in this manner within sixty (60) days after the date on which one Party
has served written notice on the other Party for the commencement of such discussions, then either Party
may refer the dispute to arbitration in accordance with the rules of the International Chamber of
Commerce, with proceedings to be conducted in London, England.

16.2 The arbitration shall be conducted by three (3) arbitrators. One arbitrator shall be appointed by the
Contractor and one arbitrator shall be appointed by Owner. The third arbitrator shall be appointed
jointly by the arbitrators appointed by the Parties and shall serve as chairman of the arbitral tribunal.

16.3 The arbitral proceedings shall be conducted in English language and all of the arbitrators shall be fluent
in English.

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16.4 The arbitration award shall be fnal and binding on the Parties, and the Parties agree to be bound thereby
and to act accordingly. All arbitration fees and costs shall be borne equally, notwithstanding which
Party may prevail. Each Party shall bear its own related costs, i.e., fees and costs of its own lawyers and
witnesses irrespective of which Party prevails.

16.5 During the pendency of any arbitration, the Parties shall continu to exercise their remaining respective
rights, and shall fulfill their remaining respective obligations under the Agreement.

Article 17 - APPLICABLE LAW

This Agreement shall be governed by and interpreted under the English laws, without giving effect to conflict of
laws principies thereof.

Article 18 - MISCELLANEOUS PROVISIONS

18.1 Waiver

Unless expressly provided otherwise, failure or delay on the part of either Party to exercise any right,
power or privilege under the Agreement, or under any other agreement relating hereto, shall not oprate
as a waiver thereof; or shall any single or partial exercise of any right, power or privilege preclude any
other future exercise thereof.

18.2 Assignment

Owner shall have the right, at any time, to assign all or any part of its rights and obligations hereunder to
an Affliate or to a third party, provided that, in the event Owner assigns this Agreement to a third party
without Contractor's prior written consent, Owner shall remain Hable for any and all obligations set
forth herein in the event such third party fails to fulfill any obligation imposed on Owner hereunder.
With the prior written consent of Contractor, which consent shall not be unreasonably withheld, Owner
may assign this Agreement to any party without any further liability on the part of Owner. Contractor
may not assign this Agreement or any of the obligations or entitlements herein without the written
agreement of Owner.

18.3 Severa bility

In the event that any provisin in the Agreement is Ilegal, contrary to public policy, or otherwise
unenforceable, then such provisin shall be deleted from the Agreement leaving the remainder of the
Agreement legal, valid and enforceable. The deleted provisin shall be replaced by a valid new
provisin negotiated by the Parties, having as nearly as is legally possible the same economic and
business effect as the Ilegal or unenforceable provisin was intended to have.

18.4 Language

The Agreement is executed in four (4) duplcate originis in the English language and each Party shall
receive two copies.

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18.5 Entire Agreement

The Agreement and the Exhibits attached to the Agreement constitute the entire agreement between the
Parties with respect to the subject matter of the Agreement and supersede all prior discussions,
negotiations and agreements between them.

18.6 Binding Effect, Amendments

The Agreement is made for the benefit of the Parties and is binding on the Parties. The Agreement may
only be amended by a written instrument signed by the Parties.

18.7 Exclusive Remedies

Contractor and Owner agree that the rights and remedies provided to the Parties in this Agreement are
the sol and exclusive rights and remedies available to the Parties hereunder, and shall be in Heu of any
other rights and remedies which may be otherwise available to the Parties at law or in equity.

18.8 Notices

Except as otherwise specifcally provided in this Agreement, any notices hereunder shall be in writing in
the English language and shall be deemed delivered when served personally on the Party to whom
addressed, or when deposited in the mail, registered or recorded, postage prepaid, addressed to such
Party at the address, and to the attention of the Party, as provided in this Article 18.8, or by electronic
communication (fax or e-mail) when received, addressed as set forth above, provided that such
electronic communication is promptly followed by a written notice addressed and mailed as aforesaid.
If such electronic communication is received during other than business hours it shall be effective when
such business first commences. Either Party may change the person and/or address to which notice shall
be given by giving the other Party written notice of such change.
All notices and Communications shall be sent to the appropriate address set forth below, until the same
is changed by notice given in writing to the other Party:

With respect to Contractor:

With respect to Owner:

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18.9 Conflicting Documents

Should any conflict exist among the provisions of any of the Agreement documents, the order of priority
in which the provisin of the various Agreement documents shall govern is as follows:

lst - Terms and conditions of this Agreement, consisting of Articles 1 through 18.
2nd - Exhibits to this Agreement.

18.10 Publicity

Contractor shall not make any public statement regarding the Work and shall not publicize any fact
relating to the Project without the express written consent of Owner. All films, photo negatives and
prints, video-tapes showing details of the Plants and the Site shall be the property of Owner and shall be
delivered to Owner upon request. Notwithstanding the foregoing, nothing contained herein shall
prevent Contractor from making any announcement which Contractor is required to make by any
applicable law or competent judicial, govemmental or other authority, or in accordance with the
requirement of any recognized stock exchange.

IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Parties hereto caused this Agreement to be executed by their duly
authorized representatives on the date first set forth above:

Owner: Contractor:

By: By:
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ame: ame:

Title: Title:

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Exhibit Al PMC SCOPE OF WORK


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INDEX

1. GENERAL 3

1.1 Introduction 3

1.2 ProjectAudit 3
1.3 Project Locations 3
2. BASIC SCOPE 3
2.1 General Management 3
2.2 Bidding 4
2.3 Project Cost Estmate 4
2.4 EPC Contractor Management 4
2.5 Subcontract Management 4
2.6 Detailed Engineering 5
2.7 Procurement 5

2.8 Construction 7
2.9 Pre-commissioning, Commissioning and Test Run 8
2.10 Post-Commissioning and Warranty Period 8
2.11 Training 8
2.12 Spare Parts, Materials Coding and Warehouses 9
2.13 HSE 9

2.14 Quality 9
2.15 Schedule of Implementation 9
2.16 Cost Control and Progress Payment 10
2.17 Information and Data Control 10
2.18 General Coordination 10
2.19 Authority and Local Society Coordination 10
2.20 Intellectual Property (IP) Protection 10
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1. GENERAL

1.1 Introduction

This document has been prepared on behalfof SORESCO, referred to hereafter as the Owner. It describes the
PMC Scope of Work for the MON Refinery Expansin and Modernization Project. All stages of the project are
covered in the document.

1.2 Project Audit


The Contractor shall try its best to ensure that the facilities are put in place per required standard, on schedule
and within budget and the Owner will be entitled to auditing the realization of project development.

1.3 Project Locations


The PMC work locations will mainly be at sites in Beijing, San Jos, and Limn refinery site.
The PMC work locations will include the EPC Contractors' offices to monitor, supervise,
coordnate and manage the detailed Engineering and Procurement work being performed by the
EPC contractor.
The PMC detailed design review work will be most likely to be done in either China or San Jos.
Most of the PMC personnel will be working in Owner-provided offices and living in Owner-
provided accommodations at the San Jos and Costa Rica Limn sites.
The PMC should be committed and prepared to undertake project execution work in the specified
locations.

2. BASIC SCOPE

PMC shall, in accordance with international petroleum industry standards and practices and generally accepted
engineering, procurement, construction and project management principies, manage the whole project.

The PMC Consultant will mainly cover the management works for:
Training
Front-End Engineering Design work
EPC contract work
Procurement
Construction
Commissioning
As built documentation plans
The responsibihty shall be to assist the Owner in establishing efficient project management organization(IPMT),
communicating, interfacing and coordinating all relevant parties, design reviews, bidders pre-qualification,
RFP/ITB preparation, bids evaluation, completing PO's/Contracts awarding procedure, payments management,
change management, contracts and subcontracts management, construction management, quality assurance and
inspection, schedule and cost control, ensuring HSE policy applied for the whole project work, local authority
and local society coordination, and making sure the whole project meets the Owner's target.

Detailed description as follows:

2.1 General Management


PMC should clearly understand the project target and transate the target into an execution plan.
PMC shall, in consultation with the Owner, establish the IPMT organization and develop a project execution
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plan with detailed procedures, forms and format for project execution, and undertake general project
management work, including but not limited to:
Develop a detailed project execution manual, procedures and forms.
Undertake weekly and monthly project review meetings.
Develop project reports on weekly and monthly basis.
Supervise, review, and monitor alI subcontractors' work.
Coordnate project related work for all parties.
Keep all project related parties aware of project's progress.
Develop and update document control system.
Develop project progress measurement and monitoring system.
Develop and control project budget
Make sure that project quality is maintained
Make sure project HSE program is implemented and complied with by the contractors.
Particpate in coordination meetings held by IPMT with EPC Contractors to ensure seamless
integration of the work performed by the Contractors.
Make IPMT aware of any project issues that impact HSE, cost, schedule or quality or contractor
interfaces as soon as they arise and assist IPMT in promptly resolving them or taking corrective
actions.

2.2 Bidding
PMC shall develop the bid document and undertake the whole bid process until the bid is awarded. The work
includes bidder list development, prequalification, inquiry document development, public bid announcement,
technical and commercial bid review, final bid recommendation and approval of the final bid award.
PMC shall develop a bid list, based on its experience, the Owner's experience and industry information, and
undertake the pre-qualificatin of the bidders, collect necessary prequalification information from the bidders,
evalate and finalize the bidders list.

PMC shall prepare ITB, including necessary technical and commercial documents, develop evaluation criteria
and issue the bid. PMC shall review the bid and prepare both technical and commercial bid analysis for all bids
submitted by the bidders, make the necessary clarifications, conduct the pre-award negotiations and, henee draw
up the recommendations for the award of the contracts.
2.3 Project Cost Estmate
PMC shall manage the project cost estmate development. This estmate shall be broken down for each Bid
Package, by material and equipment order and construction cost. The cost for the project shall be based on
Costa Rica Field Construction experience and historical records.

2.4 EPC Contractor Management


PMC shall manage all of the EPC Contractors' work, at the EPC Contractors' project office and the site
including quality, schedule, cost, HSE, and the third party coordination.
PMC shall dispatch necessary team members to the EPC office, monitor all design work daily, make sure the
design meets the specifications and the project requirement, monitor the project schedule that is implemented
for the project execution, and ensure that all construction work meets quality, schedule and HSE requirements.
PMC shall review and manage all changes and give the final approval for the changes.
2.5 Subcontract Management
PMC should manage all the subcontractors' work. PMC may dispatch people to subcontractors' offices or at site.
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management, schedule control, quality control, and HSE implementation.

2.6 Detailed Engineering


PMC shall supervise and coordnate the detailed engineering design at the EPC Contractors' offices and obtain
the Owner's comments and approvals. The activities shall include the following:
EPC Contractors' manpower capabilities.
Review of drawings and specifications, for compliance with contracts, codes and standards.
Schedule of implementation.
Design safety reviews and participation in HAZOP exercise.
Particpate in 3D model reviews of the engineeringdesign performed at the contractors' offices, if
applicable.
Review and recommend design changes and related change order requests.
Review and recommend to IPMT the Valu Improvement Practice recommendations proposed by
the EPC contractors.
Review all tie-in requirements identified by the EPC contractor and coordnate their reviews by
interfacing EPC Contractors or Owner, as appropriate.
Identify and coordnate with IPMT and other EPC contractors all design interfaces to provide
seamless integration of design both from process viewpoint (matching process parameters) as well
as from construction view point matching coordinates for all physical interfaces (piping,
structural, electrical and controls).
Ensure timely flow of controls related information from the EPC contractor to the DCS contractor
for modeling, programming and testing the controls software.
In the case of the DCS, coordnate via IPMT to ensure shipment of appropriate control modules
from their respective vendor packages to the DCS vendor location to check out the software
and/or for final Factory Acceptance Tests.
Cost Control and change order administration.
2.7 Procurement

PMC shall be responsible for the procurement management of the Owner-supplied equipment and materials.
PMC will ensure that the materials are manufactured and delivered as per the required specification and
schedule. PMC will function as the interface between Owner's Supplier and EPC Contractor for smooth
execution of the Project.
For the EPC, PMC shall review the Contractors' detailed procurement plans and monitor actual Contractor's
progress against the planned schedule.
PMC shall coordnate, closely monitor and, wherever necessary, faciltate the EPC Contractors' procurement
activities to ensure timely approval and delivery of the material at aforementioned sites. In addition, the PMC
shall further ensure the adherence to Owner's Approved Vendor List, review of Inquiry or Material Requisition
documents, review of Technical Evaluation Reports, Purchase Orders, expediting, Inspections, vendor
documentation, tax exemption activities and review of inland transportaron logistics for heavy and large sized
equipment.
PMC shall review the following documents prepared by the EPC Contractors (or the EPC Contractors' vendors)
during the course of the procurement cycles:
Procurement policies, plans, procedures and forms
Procurement schedules
Recommendations for inclusin of additional vendors
Bid evaluation, vendor selection and recommendation
Inquiry and Purchase Order terms and conditions

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Submission of un-priced purchase orders
Manufacturing and delivery schedule
Expediting reports
Third Party Inspection reports/hold point inspection reports
Submission of material status reports
Final packing list and vendor document list
PMC shall monitor and review the purchase order placement schedule, quoted delivery dates, vendor
manufacturing, inspections, delivery schedule and logistics activities. This is to ensure that the EPC Contractors
have the equipment and materials available by required date at Site.
2.7.1 Vendor Selection

PMC shall ensure Suppliers and EPC Contractors are in compliance with the Approved Vendors List throughout
the procurement activities of the project. Where necessary, PMC shall review and recommend the EPC
Contractors' proposed additional vendor lists for critical items and get approval from the IPMT. This is to
ensure that the Owner's Approved Vendor Lists are kept current and updated. PMC shall ensure that the
Owner's preferred vendors especially for those items which are required to satisfy the spare parts
interchangeability requirements are maintained.
2.7.2 Bid Review

PMC shall review vendor bids for critical and major equipment to verify that the Vendors' proposals are in
accordance with the designs, specification and other requirements of the contracts, such as delivery schedule,
delivery terms, vendor representative presence/assistance during commissioning and performance testing, back-
up service, submission of vendor dossiers and as-built drawings.
2.7.3 Requisition Review
PMC shall review EPC Contractors' Purchase Requisition document for major equipment and materials to
ensure compliance with the approved design specifications and other essential requirements. The review is to
ensure that the materials specification, codes and standards are accurately described, including the requirements
for spareparts, vendor assistance, and data sheets and that proposed delivery date matches with the Procurement
schedule orthe Required on Site (R.O.S.) date.
2.7.4 Bid Evaluation of Major Equipment
PMC shall review the acceptability of the EPC Contractors' bid evaluation reports and selection of vendors of
major equipment. PMC shall review Purchase Orders prepared by the EPC Contractors before they are issued to
Vendors and do the following:
Verify compliance with the bid offer and contract award;
Review technical specifications and contractual obligations;
Review purchase orders to see that they contain the necessary requirements for training, spare
parts lists and spare parts interchangeability lists; vendor assistance during construction,
commissioning and startup, and performance testing as applicable.
Review guarantee and warranty clauses of the purchase orders.
Witness factory acceptance tests;
Verify compliance of expected time of arrival with schedule of implementation and monitor the
actual date of receipt.
2.7.5 Expediting
The sol responsibility for expediting materials will remain with the Suppliers and EPC Contractors. PMC shall
ensure that EPC's expediting role is effectively functioning and that the manufacturing progress and shipment
are closely monitored and tracked. PMC expediting function might be carried out at IPMT office or EPC office.

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However, in the event of poor progress and depending on criticality requirements, PMC may accompany the
EPC Contractors' personnel during expediting visits to vendor's shops for key items to assess progress and
identify sources of potential slippage and take countermeasures.
2.7.6 Procurement Reports and Documentation Submission
PMC shall monitor the submission of the EPC Contractors' procurement reports and documentation such as, but
not limited to, the following:
Material Requisition data sheets and vendor list recommendation
Purchase Order Progress Report
Expediting and Transportation Status report
Material Delivery Status Report
Third Party Inspection reports
Material/Stock Status Report
Vendors' Final Documentation

Sample of reports should be reviewed in accordance to the Owner's requirements to ensure completeness. The
format of the report should be finalized and agreed upon immediately after the project kick-off.
2.7.7 Materials Ordered By Company
PMC shall (if requested by the Owner) assist the Owner in the procurement of long lead-items by carrying out
necessary activities leading to the approval and issuance of Purchase Orders by Owner. These activities are:
Preparation of bid documents or reviewing the bid documents prepared by others
Sending out the Bid Packages
Evaluation ofbids
Recommendation for award

PMC shall, as part of its responsibilities in regards to all purchases of materials whether directly purchased by
Owner or by EPCContractors, ensure that Purchase Orders contain the following:
Compliance with the contract and international codes and standards.
Warranty clauses.
Equipment performance guarantees, if applicable.
Owner's right to inspect materials at the Workshops.
Training of Owner's personnel.
Commissioning assistance at the site for rotating equipment and critical control items.
Pre-commissioning spare parts, recommended spare parts list and interchangeability spare parts
list.
Liquidated damages clauses for late delivery.
2.8 Construction

PMC shall faciltate the timely execution of the Pre-Construction activities which shall include the following:
Assisting in the handover of the relevant locations of the work and resources for utility supply to
the EPC Contractor.
Assisting in the arrangements for the handover of long lead-time items from Materials Supply
Contractors to relevant EPC Contractors at designated lay-down reas.
Coordinating on behalf of Owner the selection of reas for EPC Contractors' establishment of
temporary camp and facilities.
Using reasonable efforts to assist EPC Contractors and Material Suppliers to obtain Government
entry permits, customs exemption certificates and all necessary work permitsand licenses.
Using reasonable efforts to ensure the timely mobilization of EPC Contractors' manpower and
equipment.

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Using reasonable efforts to ensure the timely arrival of the materials for work at site in accordance
with the agreed schedule of implementation.
PMC shall provide for the complete supervisin, inspection, monitoring and reporting to the Owner of the
progress of the total Project construction activities, including:
Comment upon and review contractor construction plans, schedules and procedures.
Comment upon contractors' Materials Management Plans
Cost control (where applicable), contractor monitoring and change order administration.
Monitor construction safety requirements.
Review construction progress and status of construction activities.
Accept materials for incorporation into construction of facilities.
Review and verify Mechanical Completion requirements.
As-built drawings verification and submission of final documentation.
Schedule and coordnate with Production Department regarding any requirements of plant
shutdown for tie-ins.
To review, evalate, and provide recommendations for Owner approval of any feld changes
proposed by Contractor.
Tie-in interface coordination between Owner and various parties.
Environmental Controls

2.9 Pre-commissioning, Commissioning and Test Run


PMC shall assist the Owner and EPC Contractors' representatives in all of the pre-commissioning,
commissioning test-run activities, and co-sign the relevant completion certificates, and shall ensure the
following:
Plans and procedures are in place;
Proper interface between the various Bid Packages;
Recommendations are made for the issuance of Provisional Acceptance Certificates (PADs),
including items to be completed (Punch List);
Reports are issued, in respect of the above criteria, and supervise the handover of the facilities by
the EPC Contractors to the Owner.

2.10 Post-Commissioning and Warranty Period


Upon issuance of Provisional Acceptance Certificate(s), PMC shall:
Verify that all Punch List items are closed;
Monitor the warranties provided and advise Owner;
Recommend issuance of Final Acceptance Certificate(FSCs);
Clear any Liquidated Damages cases;
Handover of all technical documentation (referred to in 2.7.6 above)
Verify handover of all unused startup spare parts to Owner by the EPC contractor;
Issue Final Close-out Report at the conclusin of the Warranty Period.
2.11 Training
PMC shall monitor vendor training pursuant to Purchase Orders of the EPC Contracts.
Training Plans:
The objective of the Plans is to prepare the staff of the Owner for a smooth take-over of the Project for their
Operation and Maintenance. Henee, PMC will perform the following:-
Recommend an Organizaron Chart and Job Description for the Management, Operation and
Maintenance of the Project.
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Draw up a Training Plan to achieve the stated objectives (the cost of preparing the training plan is
included in the Estimated Costs; however, cost of actual training, if conducted by PMC shall be
on a reimbursable basis).
2.12 Spare Parts, Materials Coding and Warehouses
PMC shall recommend to the Owner and assist in the purchase of a two-year stock of operational spare parts.
Provide a manual and procedures for the spare parts stock locations.
Provide Owner with a "Material Coding" Standard and implement Coding before Start-up.
2.13 HSE

PMC, shall, in consultation with the Company and/or IPMT, to establish a comprehensive Health, Safety and
Environmental Protection Program for project application.
All procedures of the HSE program should be applied into each contractor's work, especially in commissioning
and test-running stage.
Daily monitor works are required for the project execution, such as:
Monitor the subcontractor to develop HSE program based on the Project HSE program for its own
work.
Review and monitor daily HSE work and report.
Make sure subcontractor has designated HSE team member for project execution.
Make sure professional HSE training will be undertaken by each person who is involved in the
project.
Monitor and ensure that the subcontractor's HSE work is environmentally friendly, and does not
cause harm to the local society.
Manage and monitor the safety activities for the site construction work daily.
Communicate with local society and local authority for HSE application.
Apply an incentive and penalty system for the subcontractors' works.
2.14 Quality
PMC shall establish a comprehensive quality management and quality control procedure for the project
application.
All procedures shall be applied into each contractor's work.
Daily monitoring activities shall be required during the project execution phase, such as:
Monitoring the subcontractor to develop a quality program based on the Contract requirement.
Monitoring detailed site quality work
Reviewing site quality report.
Being physically present at the site to monitor key site activities.
Making sure the subcontractor has designated QA/QC team member for project execution.
Assess the subcontractor's professional quality culture for the project execution and make
recommendations for improvement.
Reviewing quality reports and inspection reports and undertaking inspection for key element work
and key equipment and materials.
Along with the subcontractor's inspector, performing shop inspection for key equipment and
materials.

2.15 Schedule of Implementation


MON Refinery Expansin and Modernization Project FSR are in process of PMC-FEED ITB preparation, bid
evaluation or contract signature.

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PMC shall provide in its Technical Bid a detailed schedule for activities related to PMC.
PMC shall monitor the progress of the work and make sure each subcontractor's program meets the project
master schedule. Weekly and monthly progress should be developed for the project. Issues and suggested
solutions should be developed to accelerate the progress or make sure that unscheduled delays can be recovered.
PMC shall lead the schedule review meetings on a weekly basis to ensure the coordination between contractor
and third party's activities.
2.16 Cost Control and Progress Payment
PMC shall monitor the actual work executed by each contractor against the payments to be made by the IPMT
to the respective EPC Contractor. PMC shall also certify to the IPMT that progress payment invoices accurately
reflect both completed work and the EPC Contractor's entitlement to payment under the particular EPC
Contract. PMC shall develop EPC payment procedures under the instruction of IPMT for contractor execution.
2.17 Information and Data Control

PMC shall be responsible for developing information and document management systems and ensuring that all
necessary documents are recorded, distributed, and filed.
PMC shall be responsible for obtaining the necessary documents for the execution of the project.
To optimize the review time for technical documents from vendors or EPC contractors, the PMC will implement
an electronic distribution of documents and with all review comments marked up and Consolidated
electronically and returned to the originating organization.
Since there are mltiple locations for the project execution, PMC shall recommend and get IPMT approval for a
comprehensive information and data management system that will be suitable for information distribution,
recording and filing in an efficient manner.
PMC will ensure that relevant project documents from the EPC contractor are available in electronic format for
reference or review as applicable in other PMC locations and at IPMT offices. PMC will require EPC contractor
to back-up their design documents on a daily basis so the work performed on any given day is not lost for any
electrical or any other system failure.
2.18 General Coordination

Within one month from the Effective Date of the AGREEMENT, PMC shall develop and provide IPMT with a
complete manual for coordination procedures. PMC shall undertake general coordination among IPMT,
Subcontractors and other parties who may be involved in the project execution.
2.19 Authority and Local Society Coordination
PMC shall develop and provide the Owner with a complete manual for authority, customs, and local society
coordination procedures. PMC shall undertake the daily coordination for all authority, local society and Costa
Rica local related parties who may be involved in the project execution.
2.20 Intellectual Property (IP) Protection
PMC shall develop a comprehensive intellectual property protection procedure for project execution. All
information and communication external to the project team shall be properly controlled. PMC shall provide
training to the project staff, as well as the subcontractors' staff, to have IP awareness and to control the
information on an as-needed basis.
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Exhibit A2 FEED SCOPE OF WORK


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INDEX
1. INTRODUCTION 4

1.1 General descriptions 4


1.2 rea definition 8

2. GENERAL REQUIREMENT: 11
2.1 Introduction 12

2.2 Basis of Design 12


2.3 Process Description 12
2.4 Process Flow Diagrams 12
2.5 System Optimization for the Whole Plant 13
2.6 Heat and Mass Balance 13

2.7 Utility and Auxiliary System Flow Schemes 14


2.8 Process Control Philosophy 14
2.9 Utilities 14

2.10Catalyst and Chemicals 14


2.1 lProcess and Instrument Diagrams (P&IDs) 15
2.12Material Selection 15

2.13Equipment List 15
2.14Equipment Specifications 16
2.15PlotPlan 23

2.16Equipment layout 23
2.17Piping and Valves 23
2.18Electrical 24
2.19Telecommunication 25

2.20Instrumentation 25

2.21 Vertical Plan 27

2.22Architecture and structure 27


2.23Water Supply & Drainage 28
2.24Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning (HVAC) 28
2.25Laboratory and Analysis 28
2.26Unit specifc, detailed operating and maintenance guide 29
2.27Project Execution Plan 29
2.28Health, Safety and Environment Plan 29
2.29Level 2 Schedule for EPC phase 29

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2.30Long Lead tems and MRs 29
2.31 For process units which utilize 3rd party Licensed Process Technology 29
3. DESIGN BASIS 30

3.1 Feasibility Study Report (FSR) 30


3.2 EIA Report 31
3.3 Soil Investigation and Topographical Survey Report 31
3.4 Ambient Data Report 31
3.5 Complimentary Requirement 31
4. IDENTIFICATION OF LONG LEAD TEMS (LLI) 32
5. PROCUREMENT SUPPORT 32

6. HAZOP,HAZID 32
7. PREPARATION OF TECHNICAL PART OF ITB DOCUMENTS 33

8. COST ESTMATE 34
9. SUPPORT SERVICES FOR IPMT 34

9.1 Office and Relevant Facilities 34

9.2 Other Costs 35


10. STANDARDS AND CODES 35

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1. INTRODUCTION

The CONTRACTOR shall, in accordance with intemational petroleum industry standards and
practice, perform the Front-End Engineering Design for the Project. The Scope of Work shall
include but not limited to as described below.

1.1 General descriptions


SORESCO S.A, a Joint Venture between RECOPE and CNPCI, have been evaluating the
feasibility ofthe Moin Refinery expansin from 166 m3/h (25,000 barris per day, BPSD) up to
400 m3/h (60,000 barris per day, BPSD).
The Project is sized in a crude processing capacity of 3,000 kt/a (60,000BPSD).
Vasconia crude from Colombia and Pennington crude from Nigeria were finalized as design
crude.

Basic Properties for Vasconia Crude

tem Vasconia Crude (Colombia)

API0 25.20

SG (60 deg F) 0.9030

(d420 C) 0.8991

Kinematic Viscosity (mm /s, 122 deg F) 18.9

Density(15 C), kg/1 0.9025

(20 C), kg/1 0.8991

Pour Point, C -9

S, wt% 1.030

N, wt% 0.26912

UOP K Factor 11.67

Reid Vapor Pressure, kPa 13.95

Asphaltene, wt% 4.1

Metal, ppm
Ni 57.046

V 115.316

Basic Properties for Pennington Crude

tem Pennington Crude (Nigeria)


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apic 33.8

SG (60 deg F) 0.8560

(d420 C) 0.8520

Kinematic Viscosity (mm2/s, 122 deg F) 2.6

Density(15C), kg/1 0.8556

(20 C), kg/1 0.8520

Pouring Point, C
S, wt% 0.111

N, wt% 0.0598

UOP K Factor 11.58

Reid Vapor Pressure, kPa 22.75

Asphaltene, wt% 4.1

Metal, ppm
Ni 1.670

V 0.160

The refinery configuration will be a Hydrocracker + Coker configuration (Overall Process Flow
Diagram are attached).
Based on the market analysis, the outputs and specifications for Gasoline, diesel and jet/kerosene
as main products are shown in the table below:
Preliminary Product Slate
No Product Description Q'ty (kt/a) Main Specifications
Gasoline 671.9
Benzene: ^ 1% , vol
Including,
1 Aromatics: ^35%, vol
RON 95# Gasoline 304.0
S: <30 ppm
RON 91# Gasoline 367.9

2 Jet/Kerosene 353.4 Meet Jet-Al Spec(Issue24-lst October2008)


Cetane number >51, S: < 15 ppm
3 Diesel 1586.8
Aromatics ^20%, vol

896^RID Vapor Pressure at 37.8C (kPa) s$ 1437


4 LPG 42.7 Temperature of fraction at 95% evaporated (C) < 37.2
Residue volume of fraction by evaporation (cm') <0.5

Flash Point ^72C


5 Fuel Oil 6# 17.2
Kinematics Viscosity ^300 SSF
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Pour Point ^25C

S,%(m/m) ^l.O
Ash conten ^0.2 wt%

Carbn Residue ^20 wt%

Sulfur 16.3 Meet GB/T 2449-2006

Coke 214.7 Meet SH0527-92

Based on the split of investment princip e, the main engineering facilities and investment split is
summarized in following table.

S/N Description Size/Capacity Remarks

kt/a

I Process Unit

1 Existing Process Unit


Atmospheric Distillation Unit 1#
1.1 1000
(ADU 1#)

1.2 Catalytic Reforming Unit (CRU) 60 To keep

Kerosene Hydrotreating Unit


1.3 110
(KHT)
1.4 Gas concentration

1.5 Visbreaking Unit (Visbreaker) 230 To keep

Vacuum Distillation Unit 1#


1.6 60 To keep
(VDU 1#)
2 Grassroots Process Unit

Atmospheric Distillation Unit 2#


2.1 2,000
(ADU 2#)
Vacuum Distillation Unit 2#
2.2 1,500
(VDU 2#)
Naphtha Hydrotreating Unit
2.3 550
(NHT)
Continuous Catalytic Reforming
2.4 500
Unit (CCR)
2.5 Delayed Coking Unit (De-coker) 700

2.6 Diesel Hydrotreating Unit (DHT) 1,300

2.7 VGO Hydrocracking Unit 900

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S/N Description Size/Capacity Remarks

H2 Production Unit (including


2.8 25
PSA)

Sulfur Recovery Complex

Including: Sour Water Stripping


60t/h
2.9 Unit (SWS)
Amine Regeneration Unit 200t/h

Sulfur Recovery Unit (SRU) 26

2.10 Dry Gas/LPG Scrubbing Unit 150

2.11 Isomerization 150

3 Logistics System
2*50,000m3+5*50,000 m3
3.1 Crude Storage Tanks
2*50,000m3+5*50,000 m3
3.2 Feedstock Storage Tanks 86,000 m3
3.3 Oil Product Storage Tank Some to be constructed

3.4 LPG Storage Tanks Reutilized

3.5 Other Storage Tanks Reutilized

3.6 Solid Transportation Systems


Petcoke

Sulfur

3.7 Fiare Systems


11 Utilities

1 Water Supply/Drainage System

Raw Water Treatment Plant


1.1
(Water Supply Pump Station)
Circulation Cooling Water Plant
1.2
(CCW)
DM Water Station (including
1.3
Condnsate Polishing Station)

Waste Water Treatment Plant


1.4
(WWT)
Water Supply/Drainage Pipeline
1.5
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S/N Description Size/Capacity Remarks

2 Power Supply System Including Emergency Power Supply (EPS) System

3 Steam Systems

4 Air and Nitrogen Systems

III Auxiliary Facilities


New instruments and control systems will be provided,
l Instruments and Control Systems
and arranged in the existing building
2 Telecom System
New lab instruments/apparatuses/equipment will be
3 Central Lab
provided, and lab building will be enlarged

Mechanical, Electrical and New equipment will be provided, and workshop building
4
Instrument Workshop will be enlarged

To be supported by the existing Fire Station, and more


5 Fire Fighting System
fire engines are to be provided
6 Warehouses To be supported by the existing warehouses

7 Chemical Warehouse To be supported by the existing chemical warehouse

8 Environment Monitoring Station

9 Administration Building

IV Off-site Facilities

Water Intake Works and Raw


1
Water Supply Pipelines

2 Staff Living Quarters

1.2 rea definition

1.2.1 Principie of FEED work scope split


FEED work scope split should be according to investment split between SORESCO and RECOPE.
The Agreement including PMC, RECOPE FEED and SORESCO FEED services shall be signed between
SORESCO and Contractor.

1.2.2 Detail scope of FEED split


1.2.2.1 Scope of RECOPE FEED

Work RECOPE
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Atmospheric Distillation Unit 1# (ADU 1#) V


(revamp)

V
Kerosene Hydrotreating Unit (revamp)

V
First Loading of catalyst

Substation for Feedstock Tank Farm V

V
Maintenance

Central Lab/Environmental Monitoring V


Station

Warehouses V

Labor Safety and Hygiene V

V
Fire Fighting Garage

Water Intake Works and Pipelines for Water V


Sources

1.2.2.2 Scope of SORESCO


Work SORESCO

Atmospheric Distillation Unit (ADU2#) V

Vacuum Distillation Unit (VDU) V

Naphtha Hydrotreating Unit (NHT) V

Continuous Catalytic Reforming V

Diesel Hydrofming Unit (DHF) V

Hydrocracking Unit V

H2 Production Unit V

PSA V

Sulfur Recovery V

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Sour Water Stripping Unit (SWS) V

Solvent Regeneration Unit V

Delayed Coking Unit (De-coker) V

Dry Gas/LPG Scrubbing V

Isomerization V

Central Control Room V

Logistics Works V

Tank Farm for Raw Materials V

Feedstock Storage Tank Farm V

Product Storage Tank Farm V

Gas Holders V

Fiares V

Coke Storage V

Chemical Facilities V

Plant-wide Process and Thermal Power V


Pipe Network

Boilers V

Circulating Cooling Water Plant (CCW) V

DM Water Station V

Raw Water Treatment Plant V

Waste Water Treatment Plant (WWT) V

Pump Station for Fire Fighting V

Tank for contaminated water and for V


emergency

Water Supply/Drainage Pipeline System V

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Substation for Main Incoming Line V


(34.5kV)

Plant Substation No. A V

Plant Substation No. B V

Substation for Coker V

Substation for Product Tank Farm V

Substation for Sulfur Recovery V

Grounding Devices for Power Supply, V


Lighting, Anti-lightning and Anti-static
Currents

Telecom V

Plot Plan and Transportation V

Piled Foundation v

Auxiliary Production Facilities V

Air Separation and Compression V

Foam Station V

Works for Supporting Services V

Administration Buildings V

Living Camp V

2. GENERAL REQUIREMENT:
The typical FEED contains necessary process and mechanical design information to perform the
detailed engineering services of the plant by a reputable experienced contractor, and to provide
adequate details for a +/- 10% estmate of the investment.

In addition, the FEED contractor may also perform several other activities during this phase such
as sending requests for proposals for equipment and bulks, performing bid tabulations and even
ordering long lead / critical items, etc.

The FEED will typically contain the following documents at least.

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Eight (8) hard copies and four (4) electronic copies (including one in native editable format) of
final deliverables of the FEED Design package shall be provided.

2.1 Introduction

A short introduction will be provided


2.2 Basis of Design
This ncludes information from the Design Basis Memorndum (DBM), if available .The
following information shall be provided.
Function and scope of the unit
Feedstocks and their specifications
Process design case(s) and altrnate case(s)
Special operating cases
Plant capacity and turndown
Operational flexibility
Products and their specifications
Specification of raw materials, chemicals, and Utilities
Environmental requirements and conditions
Safety requirements
Process design criteria and requirements
Battery limits conditions
Codes and standards
General unit information
Site weather and geological condition
Limitations of Equipment Transportation

2.3 Process Description


A process description in sufficient detail for a clear understanding of the unit operation following
the PFD will be provided.
Modes of normal operation
Operations of start up and shut down
Special operations
Special facilities
Main operation parameters and basic control methods
Highlight functions of major equipment items

2.4 Process Flow Diagrams


The following information will be shown on the PFD's
Process streams, connecting equipment
tem numbers and service ame of all major equipment
Main control loops and instrumentation, necessary for understanding the process
Outlines of columns and vessels indicating number and type of trays, packing, internis, major
nozzles, feed and product nozzle location
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Sizes of columns and vessels
Duties of heat exchangers
Allocation of shell and tube side for heat exchangers
Types, capacities and suction/discharge pressures of pumps and compressors
Stream numbers for major process streams corresponding with the heat and mass balance
(Anchor point temperatures and pressures, Flow rate, for all the key streams, to and from
each individual major equipment)
Source of incoming and destination of outgoing streams
Key lines required for start-up and shutdown

2.5 System Optimization for the Whole Plant


Material balance and optimization
Water balance and optimization
Steam balance and optimization
Electric balance and optimization
Fuel balance and optimization
Hydrogen balance and optimization
Sulfur balance and optimization
Nitrogen balance and optimization
Fiare & Blowdown System design and optimization
Waste effluent summary and optimization

2.6 Heat and Mass Balance

The heat and mass balances for the process streams will be provided as tabulation on the PFD's,
showing per stream.
Stream number
ame and phase(s) of fluid(s)
Total mass flow
Normal operating temperature
Normal operating pressure
Density of fluid at operating conditions
Specifc gravity of liquid
Molecular weight
Viscosity at operating conditions
Stream composition, ifofessence
UOPK
Note that for mixed phase streams, the vapour and liquid phase will be shown separately.

An overall unit material balance shall be provided for each process design case. This overall
balance shall include all feed streams to the unit and all product streams from the unit. It shall
also include a list of all relevant product (pumparound streams included) properties (including
operating temperature, pressure, flowrate, operating density, specifc gravity, molecular weight,
operating viscosity, viscosity at two different temperatures and D86 etc.).
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2.7 Utility and Auxiliary System Flow Schemes


Utility flow schemes for various Utilities and auxiliary with quantities will be provided.

2.8 Process Control Philosophy


The control philosophy as shown on the Process Flow Diagram (PFDs) and Utility Flow
Diagrams (UFDs) shall be described in the process control philosophy (PCP). This document has
to be considered as an integral part of the PFDs (UFDs).

The PCP shall also include a description of emergency control systems required for the unit
including for emergency shutdown. Control characteristics such as nterlock, emergency
isolation, protective systems, etc. are to be addressed.

2.9 Utilities

This paragraph will provide the estimated consumption and/or production of the following
Utilities at process design conditions
e.g.
Fresh water
Cooling water
Boiler feed water
demineralized water (DMW)
Steam at different levis
Condnsate
Blowdown
Fuel
Power
Nitrogen
Instrument air
Plant air
Potable water
Stripped sour water
Hydrogen

2.10 Catalyst and Chemicals


The characteristics and properties of chemicals and catalysts will be given, as well as, initial load
and annual consumption

"Effluent stream data of waste streams" shall be added


A schedule of plant efluents and emissions specifying
Compositions
Physical state and conditions
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Quantities
2.11 Process and Instrument Diagrams (P&IDs)
2.11.1 P&IDs for process system
Piping
All process Unes required for star-up, normal, abnormal conditions, maintenance and
shutdown operating modes.
All utility and auxiliary lines required for servicing the unit.
Special piping fttings such as valves, spectacle blinds, drains, and vents.
Heat tracing and jacketing required by process.
Specifc engineering Requirements necessary for the design such as sampling, sloping of
lines and mnimum straight pipe length etc.
Piping with sizes and piping class.
Instrumentation
All instruments required for start-up, normal, abnormal conditions, and shutdown operating
modes.
Control loops and instruments required for proper and safe operation.
Positions of valves at air failure.
Trip system
Equipment
The equipment on the P&IDs should show the following characteristics in Une with the
information provided on equipment data sheets.
Outline sketch
Internis for heaters/vessels/towers
Types of heat exchangers
All nozzles
Equipment elevations

2.11.2 P&IDs for auxiliary and Utilities system


These P&IDs contain the auxiliary and utility systems, as far as those systems include equipment or
instrumentation.
Branch connections, collecting and distribution systems and piping of auxiliary and utility systems are
shown.

2.12 Material Selection

A material selection report and material safety datasheets(MSD) will be provided for FEED
issue P&ID
A material fabrication report will be provided for FEED issue.
Location of on-stream monitoring probes and inhibitor injection must be specifed.

2.13 Equipment List


An equipment list will be provided showing at least the following information
Equipment tag number
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Service ame
Size
Material
Main operation and design condition
Major specifications
Quantity
Type
Duty
Volume
Dimensin (diameter, tangent to tangent, etc.,)
Temperature and pressure at design condition
Power
Head
Drive type
Normal flow rate
Insulation requirements
Estimated weight
Special remarks, if any
Each piece of equipment is specifed on the relevant equipment list.

2.14 Equipment Specifications


The equipment data/requisition sheets will be completed to enable preparation of a cost estmate
to an accuracy of+/- 10%. The following information will be provided. (The ultmate equipment
mechanical design conditions must be verifed and confrmed by the detailed engineering
contractor during the project implementation phase.)

Columns and Reactors


Operating condition and Physical property (density, viscosity, surface tensin etc.)
Fluid properties (including phase, density, etc.)
Process design conditions
Mechanical design conditions
Materials (shell/heads/internals/tracing or jacket/gasket) and corrosin allowance
Sketch with dimensin including supports type and location/ height
Internis type and dimensions (such as sketch of distributor pate, deflection disk, and special
structures)
Thermal insulation classification
Insulation requirements, if any
Requirements and specification of catalyst, if any
Design code to be used
Location and size of nozzles, flange rating and facing (show mandatory location
requirement from process point of view)
Liquid levis
Liquid-vapor load, fluid characteristics for column internis
Vaporand liquid loads of tower tray
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Allowable pressure drop
Preliminary wall thickness, estimated weight and corrosin allowance
Number, type, spacing and opening rea percent of trays (for columns)
Packing and height, if any
Critical design requirements
Pressure drop of internis, if any
Principie details of the critical parts
Special requirements (stress relieving etc.) for process reasons
Other parameters and requirement, if any

Vessels
Operating condition and Physical property (density, viscosity, surface tensin etc.)
Mdium and physical property
Process design conditions
Mechanical design conditions
Materials (shell/heads/internals/tracing or jacket/gasket) and corrosin allowance
Sketch with dimensin including supports type and location/ height
Internis type and dimensions (such as sketch of distributor pate, deflection disk, and special
structures)
Insulation requirements, if any
Thermal insulation classifcation
Design code to be used
Location and size of nozzles, flange rating and facing (show mandatory location
requirement from process point of view)
Liquid levis
Preliminary wall thickness, estimated weight and corrosin allowance
Critical design requirements
Pressure drop of internis, if any
Principie details of the critical parts
Special requirements (stress relieving etc.) for process reasons
Other parameters and requirement, if any

Mixers
Operating condition and Physical property (density, viscosity, surface tensin etc.)
Process design conditions
Mechanical design conditions
Materials of construction
Size of nozzles, flange rating and facing
Corrosin allowance
Typeofmixer
Vessels sketch
Recommended speed
Cooling requirements
Recommended type ofdriver
Materials of main components
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Requirement for low-noise equipment


Requirement for Inspection & Test
Requirement for nozzle position
Available code/specifcation
Electrical requirements such as rea classifcation, etc.
Instruments requirements
Auxiliary system requirements
Any other special requirements if any

Vacuum Equipment - Ejectors


Operating condition and Physical property (density, viscosity, surface tensin etc.)
Process design conditions
Mechanical design conditions
Materials of construction
Size of nozzles, Flange rating and facing
Corrosin allowance
Insulation requirements
Any other special requirements if any

Filters
Operating condition and Physical property (density, viscosity, surface tensin etc.)
Process design conditions
Mechanical design conditions
Materials of construction (including gasket)
Typeofflter
Sketch with preliminary main dimensin
Corrosin allowance
Separation efficiency and rating
Filter rea (only if required) and mesh size
Flow rate
Density and viscosity
Max. differential pressure
Support type and location
Pressure drop allowed
Powder size distribution for bagging filter
Size and orientation of nozzles (show mandatory location requirement from process point
of view)
Performance requirements (Particle size to be removed)
Insulation requirements
Any other parameters and special requirements if any

Unfred Heat Exchange Equipment


Type of heat exchangers
Operating and design conditions (including temperature and pressure of inlet and outlet for
both sides)
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Process design margin
Dimensin
Preliminary wall thickness and estimated weight
Corrosin allowance
Duty
Transfer rea
Media stream physical property (including specifc heat, enthalpy, viscosity, density) and
stream flow rate for both sides
Max. operating pressure
Max allowable pressure drop for both sides
Mechanical design conditions
Thermal design, surface rea and tube layout, setting plan, heat duty
Recommended tube size and flow layout (such as square pitch)
Material of construction and corrosin allowance
Number ofpasses
Tube size, pitch, arrangement drawing, and sealing stripper location drawing, tie rods
position and number
Location and size of nozzles, flange rating and facing (show mandatory location requirement
from process point of view)
Supports type and location
Heat transfer coefficient for both sides
Sketch with dimensin including baftle spacing and size
Vaporization/condensing curve if required, including flow rate, physical property,
thermodynamic property and critical pressure if there is a phase transition.
Design code, classifcation and type
Thermal insulation classifcation
Insulation requirements
Wall temperature for tube and shell
Fouling coefficient
Type, amount, cut and layout of cross baffle
Particular details if required for process reasons
Other parameters and special requirements, if any
This section contains physical properties, e.g., characterization (K) factor, specifc heat, thermal
conductivity, latent heat, specifc gravity, molecular weight, degrees API, viscosities at two
different temperatures, the quantities of water, overall coefficient, shell and tube coefficients,
pressure drop, mdium velocity and fouling factors etc.

Air coolers
Operating condition
Process design margin
Process design conditions
Mechanical design conditions
Materials of construction
Thermal design and surface rea, heat duty
Type ofdrive, number of motors and rated HP
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Corrosin allowance
Insulation requirements
Any other special requirements if any

This section contains physical properties, e.g., characterization (K) factor, specifc heat, thermal
conductivity, latent heat, specifc gravity, molecular weight, degrees API, viscosities at two
different temperatures, the quantities of water, overall coefficient, shell and tube coefficients,
pressure drop, mdium velocity and fouling factors etc.

Furnaces
Type of furnace
Total heat duty
Duty radiant cell(s) only
Temperature at radiant section, convection section, stack and key point.
Quantity of flue gas and combustin air
Duty convection bank or waste heat boiler
Construction of coils in radiant cells and/or convection banks
Coi l construction of waste heat boiler (if applicable)
Heating surface installed in each radiant cell
Heating surface in convection bank
Tube diameter, wall thickness and effective length
Tube material
Number of radiant cells and number of compartments for all
Air preheater required (if required)
- Type
Surface rea
Forced-draft fan, induced -draft fan(if applicable):
Capacity and differential head
For detail requirements, refer to "Compressors/Blowers, Fans, excluding drivers".
The rea of air ducts and flue gas duct
Generally, give the furnace data sheet, burner data sheet, fan data sheet, sootblower data
sheet, air preheater data sheet, feed property based on API 560.
Give each furnace engineering quantity in detail with the unit price and the total price
Give the general drawings & coils drawings and APH (Air Pre-Heater) layout drawing for
each furnace if furnace combined.
Give the RFQ of heater EPC.
General Arrangement Drawings showing major dimensions in plan and elevation of the
furnace structure,
Structural Steel Engineering/Design Drawings for the furnace fire boxes and supporting
structure, stacks, ductwork, stair towers, and interconnecting platforms between furnaces
Refractory Lining Basic Design Drawings indicating the general arrangement of refractory
lining with specifc details and standards to enable preparation of fabrication drawings and carry
out fabrication of refractory materials

Pumps, excluding Drivers


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Data sheets will indcate:
Process operation and design conditions including temperature suction and discharge
pressure, NPSHa, flow rate, fluid properties and compositions.
Mechanical design conditions
Estimated power requirements (efficiency, shaft power, driver power)
Type of pump - centrifugal/positive displacement, etc
Recommended speed
Cooling requirements
Recommended type ofdriver
Materials of main components (material of casing and internis)
Requirement for low-noise equipment
Requirement for Inspection & Test
Media property, inlet & outlet pressure, Head, NPSH
NPSHa, Requirement for the margin of NPSHa-NPSHr
Requirement for nozzle position (such as end/top, top/top)
Available code/specifcation (such as API pump, ASME pump)
Electrical requirements such as rea classifcation, etc.
Instruments and electrical requirements
Auxiliary system requirements
Other special requirements.

The seal system and flushing plan, to be used for the pumps, is a critical item and shall therefore
be carefully designed during FEED preparation

Compressors/Blowers, Fan, Excluding Drivers


Data sheets will indcate:
Type of compressor reciprocating/centrifugal/screw/blower
Process operation and design conditions including temperature suction and discharge
pressure, flow rate, fluid properties and compositions.
Mechanical design conditions
Gas composition and properties, inlet and outlet pressures, capacity
Atmospheric/booster
Estimated insta!led horsepower, shaft power
Recommended speed
Recommended type of driver
Materials of main components
Requirement for low-noise equipment
Requirement for Inspection & Test
Requirement for performance curve
Recommendation for anti-surge loop
Requirement for nozzle position (such as down/up)
Specifcation for coupling, lube oil consol (specifed pump type/no, cooler type if air
cooler)
Requirement for compressor control system
Available code/specifcation (such as API, GB/JB etc)
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Electrical Requirements such as rea classifcation, etc
Instruments requirements
Mechanical requirements
Auxiliary system requirements
Shaft seal, each stage temperature
Special requirements for process or operation reasons

The seal system, to be used, is a critical item and shall be careflly designed during FEED
preparation

Drivers (General for Pumps and Compressors and Blowers


Type of drivers: Electric motor, steam turbine, etc.
Estimated power
Gearbox required
Type of coupling
Requirement for Inspection & Test
Available code/specifcation (such as API, IEC, GB/JB etc)
Electric motor data/requisition sheet will indcate:
High tension/low tensin, kill's, voltage/speed, IEC explosin proof.
Vertical/horizontal/foot/flange.
Variable speed control.
Driver to be of low-noise type.
Instruments requirements
Other specifc job Requirement
Steam turbine data/requisition sheet will indcate:
Inlet steam conditions.
Back pressure or condensing pressure (air cooled).
Driver to be of low-noise type.
Mechanical design conditions.
Materials of main components.
The governor & TT valve requirements (such as WOODWAR 505E, protech 203,
ITCC etc.).
Specifcation for surface condenser, gland condenser, air ejector and condensing
pump with driver.
Electrical requirements
Instruments requirements
Requirements for lube & control oil system
Other specifc job Requirement

Package unit
The specifications will provide the process duty specifcation required to enable the supplier to
design the package unit.
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2.15 PlotPlan

Site development
The site shall be developed and graded to match with adjoining existing plants and
prevent storm water flooding in the vicinity.
Industry security
Fence and gate shall be designed and provided if necessary.
Plant general layout and Arrangement drawings
Unit general plot plan indicating
Battery limit
Position of each piece of equipment on the allocated plot
Location of pipe rack
Plant north
rea dimensin
Plant roads
Paving
Storm water ditch (if necessary)
Coordinates of building and structures
Elevation of major control point
Equipment and steel structure layout
Position and elevation of structures

2.16 Equipment layout


Plan view and elevation view of the equipment in each process unit
Main dimensin between building and structure and equipment
All equipment item No.
The main instrument and cable routings
Height of pipe rack and distance between roads should be also indicated in the Detail
drawing
The lifting space of main equipment for maintenance, erection openings, and special
hoisting and lifting devices
Main platforms
Ditch (Trench)
Road, Curbs and Slabs
Paving
Sump
Main Escape Ways
Fiare radiation contour
Traffic signal board

2.17 Piping and Valves


Pipe class specifcation
Insulation Specifcation
Stress analysis Specifcation
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Painting Specifcation
A pipe class specifcation covering all process and utility piping in the unit, indicating the
general requirement for material selection, standards and codes, abbreviation, index of pipe
classes, branch table, reducing table. Including mdium, design temperature, design pressure,
corrosin allowable, piping, ftting, flange, valve, gasket, etc. specifcation and its NPD class
rating, material, end preparation, wall thickness, commodity code, standard etc.
For valves, trim material and structure shall be included
Valves Specifcation
For all valves (gate valve, globe valve, check valve, ball valve, needle valve, butterfly
valve etc.)
Including valve item code, valve type, pipe class, NPD, rating, Max. Temperature, end
preparation, trims and body material, standards etc.
Indcate the requirement for the valve design, inspection, shipping, extensin stem
dimensin, abbreviation, special requirement if necessary etc.
Including safety valve, rupture disk, breathing valve, sight glass, flame-arrester, special
valve, damper, strainer, static mixer, rotary valve metallic hose, expansin joint, transfer valve,
sliding valve, steam trap, etc.
Including the process information, NPS (DN). Rating, connection type, material, standards,
Data Sheet etCo Supply the typical drawings if necessary.
Piping data sheets
Showing line number, mdium, status, start and end point, PID no., diameter and class of
pipes, design conditions, operation conditions (including different cases), insulation, testing
mdium & pressure, flush mdium, steam tracing, extreme condition PWHT etc.
Stress analysis
Stress analysis (for all critical lines in preliminary piping layout):
Static stress analysis
Dynamic stress analysis
A piping flexibility design criteria and a critical lines list should be supplied.
Nozzle orientation
4" and above process nozzles
6" and above for all utility nozzles
Piping materials list Including the quantity and weight for pipe, valve, ftting, etc. (based on P
&ID)
Pipe supports
General specifcation and standard Drawing
Special pipe support (as indicated in stress analysis results)
Tie-in points of piping at B.L., including location and elevation, rating, and connection type.
3D model of6"and above
MTO's
Including the quantity and weight for pipe, valve, ftting, piping accessories etc.
Special piping items process data sheet

2.18 Electrical

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List of electrical load summaries (including calculation of voltage drop guideline (including
re-starting) for large load).
Electrical consumer list.
Motor list.(should remark VVVF motor & emergency load)
Electrical single-line diagram.
Electrical rea classifcation.
List of source of emission.
Hazardous rea classifcation and Schedule of hazardous classifcation data.
Motor typical control schemes.
Unit main cable route layout.
Unit cable trays layout
Unit lightning &grounding layout.
Preliminary substation arrangement
Substation Layout
Main electrical equipment specifcation and data sheets (to be issued for MR)
Electrical Load analysis and power balance
Load flow calculation
Motor starting calculation
Short circuit calculation
Grounding calculation
Electrical equipment list
Electrical MTO

2.19 Telecommunication

Generic Cabling system


Radio System
Telecommunication system user list
Telecommunication system diagram

2.20 Instrumentation

Cause and Effect Diagram


List of gas detectors
General instrumentation design criteria for all types of instruments, including instrument and
control design criteria and instrument selection criteria etc. As shown below.
List ofApplicable codes and standards
Instrument for measurement and control
Instrument selection in hazardous reas
Major material selection criteria
Instrument air and electric power supply and grounding
Hook up
Instrument protection
Instrument cabling
Instrument electrical interface
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Field auxiliary room design criteria
Control and safeguarding system
Safety Integrity Level (SIL) classifcation
Surge protective design
List of interlocks and shutdown
Calculation and sizing the instrument utility consumption.
The conten should include instrument power supply load estimation, instrument air supply
load estimation, and stream tracing load estimation.
Instrument index and instrument data sheets by INtools.
The contents of instrument index include all loop number, tag number, service, instrument
type, signal type, quantity, location, P&ID number, pipe/equipment number, etc.
Instrument data sheets including tag number, process data and instrument data.
Calculation data sheets
The contents should include below items as mnimum.
Orfice pate
Control valve
Relief valve
Flow meters
Technical specifications of control and safeguarding system
The contents should include below items as mnimum.
System general requirements
System hardware requirements
System software requirements
System architecture drawings
I/O summary list
Instrument and control system signal block diagram
It should present the concept of connection between all control and safeguarding system
(including package equipment) and all type of signis.
Instrument auxiliary systems specifcation, P&ID and equipment data sheets, such as
instrument flushing system.
The critical/complex control loops description
Logic diagrams or SAMA diagrams
Logic diagram with literal explanation
Instrument power supply diagrams
Concept drawings for this project (typical drawings).
Instrument grounding system diagrams
Concept drawings for this project (typical drawings).
Cable tray layout drawings
Drawings should present the routes of main cable tray, and preliminary dimensions.
Main cable tray layout drawings
Technical specifcation of analyzer system and analyzers.
The contents should include below items as mnimum.
General requirements
Hardware requirements
Instrument loop diagrams
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Single Une diagrams
Alarm and trip set point summary list
Instrument MTO
Safety Valve Data Sheets
Relief loads shall be provided on individual safety valve data sheets with physical characteristics
and relief conditions for each general and single emergency case, i.e.
Cooling water failure.
General electrical power failure.
Single failure.
Start-up.
Normal shutdown.
Emergency shutdown.
The individual safety valve data sheets will also indcate design conditions, such as set pressure,
flow quantities at the relief cases, temperature, pressure, state and type of liquid or gas being
discharged and physical properties. Relief valve sizing may or may not be done in this phase.

2.21 Vertical Plan

The schemes should be shown:


Top ground level of units.
Ground level of key points.
Direction for storm water discharging.
Level of road top.

2.22 Architecture and structure

The description of architecture shall include the following contents: Design basis; working
scope; the requirements of the function and process, floor space, height and structure type
of the main buildings; the technical measures of fire proofng, water proofng, blast
resistance, explosin protection, corrosin protection and energy saving; the main
buildings list.
The main buildings list shall show the production category, fre-resistant class, floor rea
(gross and every floor), structure type, foundation type, fender structure, roof, door and
window
The specification of architecture shall include the following contents: Material selection and
technical requirements of the main members (like wall, heat insulator, door, windows, etc.)
and decoration (wall, floor and ceiling); the specifcation of fire proofng, blast resistance
and explosin protection; the main codes and standards applied to the project.
The description of structure shall include the following contents: Design basis; working scope;
the natural conditions; the material (shape steel, rebar, welding rod, concrete, cement, etc.);
the main structures list.
The main structures list shall show the earthquake resistant category, structure type,
foundation type, ground treatment.
The specification of structure shall include the following contents: The design life of the
buildings and structures; earthquake intensity; earthquake resistant category; seismic grade;
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the buildings environmental category; the scheme of foundation and ground treatment; the
type of structure; the design method and technical requirements of blast resistance; the
technical measures of fire proofng, corrosin protection and anti-vibration; the main codes
and standards applied to the project.
The drawings shall include the plan layout, elevation and section of the main buildings and
structures. They shall show:
- The arrangement of column grid, the location of the temperature expansin joints, settlement
joints, seismic joints and vertical supports;
The arrangement of the main beams and columns and the dimensin of the control cross
section of the beams and columns;
The plan layout and details of the foundations.
The material list shall show the estimated quantity of the concrete, cement, rebar and shape
steel.

2.23 Water Supply & Drainage


Engineering Specifications
Plan Layout Drawing of Water Supply & Drainage Pipeline (Including rain drainage).
Plan Layout Drawing of Fire Fighting Pipeline (Including the layout plan of the portable
extingu sher).
PID and layout plan for fire water sprinkler system protecting high equipment.
Except as described in item 2.11.2, P&IDs should be provided for: Industrial water
distribution; cooling water distribution; fire water distribution; waste water collection;
storm water collection.
Material take off
Equipment layouts for Cooling water plant, Demineralized water plant, raw water treatment
plant, pump stations, storm water pond, emergency impounding basin.

2.24 Heating, Ventilating and Air Conditioning (HVAC)


The design description of HVAC shall include:
- Cooling/Heating System description
- The HVAC System description
- List the characteristic table respectively per the heating, ventilating and air conditioning.
HVAC design specifcation
Consumption of Utilities and energy
The list of HVAC equipment
Material list

2.25 Laboratory and Analysis

The design description shall include:


- The responsibihty of the laboratory
- The selection principie of the analysis instruments,

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- The composition, arrangement feature, scale and gross floor rea of the analyzer.
- The requirements for the heating, ventilating and air conditioning by the laboratory.
The requirements on specifcation and consumption of the water, power service and gas
necessary for the laboratory.
Table of the analysis items
Table of the analysis instruments
Specifcation description of the main analysis instruments
Plot the plan layout of the laboratory with the ventilating chamber and the table for the
analysis instruments.

2.26 Unit specifc, detailed operating and maintenance guide


A unit specifc, detailed operating and maintenance guide shall be prepared. This guide shall
include start-up, normal operation, normal shutdown and emergency procedures, operating
temperatures and pressures, analytical procedures, sample point list, frequency of measurements,
measuring method and safety range, Specifcation of Laboratory equipments, safety information
and a description of the normal process operating practices including instruments & controls.
Unit specifc maintenance instructions are also to be included with emphasis on specialized
maintenance activities. Material Safety Data Sheet of the relevant fluid in the unit.

2.27 Project Execution Plan

2.28 Health, Safety and Environment Plan

2.29 Level 2 Schedule for EPC phase

2.30 Long Lead tems and MRs.

2.31 For process units which utilize 3rd party Licensed Process Technology
Contractor shall assist with Owner for selection of Licensor and technical negotiation with
Licensor. Licensor provides a Process Design Package (PDP) for owner which will be the design
basis for the FEED package.
The CONTRACTOR shall prepare the technical part of ITB documents for Licensor.
The CONTRACTOR shall prepare the Design basis for Licensor.
For process units which utilize 3rd party Licensed Process Technology, the Licensor package will
be provided to Contractor with following deliverables.
Basis of Design (BOD)
Process Description
Process Flow Diagrams (PFDs)
Heat and Material Balances (H&MB)
Piping and Instrument Diagrams (P&IDs)
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Equipment List (EL)


Equipment Data Sheets (DS)
Battery Limit Schedule (BLS)
on-line Instrument Data Sheets

Specifcation of instruments
Performance guarantees
Catalyst and Chemicals Summaries
Any Special input for detailed design (where not included in the above dehverables)
Contractor is required to valdate (check for consistency and completeness) the licensor package
to assure that the documents provided is a good basis for detailed design.
Contractor should provide a formal report after validation. All discrepancies found need to be
recorded.

Hydraulics calculations may also need to be confirmed where appropriate.


Design validation also includes confrmation that the customer's Engineering Standards were
followed by the licensor.
Once Licensor Package validation completed, below two dehverables need to be provided,
A master, checked set of licensor package documents
A report on all inconsistencies found
After Customer review of the inconsistency report, a clarifcation meeting will be held by
Customer to resolve the inconsistencies. The affected documents should then be updated upon
resolution of the inconsistencies.
If Contractor, during its following engineering development works, needs to make modifcations to
Licensor Package design, Customer's consent shall be obtained in advance.
After Licensor's design is integrated into Contractor's technical dehverables, Contractor takes the
ownership.

3. DESIGN BASIS

Intgrate Project Management Team (IPMT) shall ensure all of the following information and reports
be made available to the CONTRACTOR in a timely manner.
3.1 Feasibility Study Report (FSR)

The FSR developed by OWNER in 2011 is the foundation of the project development. The
design of the FEED shall be done based on FSR.
The CONTRACTOR shall careflly review and study FSR, adopt proven know-how and
advanced technology to develop process case studies to seek the best technical approaches
leading to the most reliable processes and cost effective solutions for the processing systems and
utility systems to meet the integrated requirements in FEED.

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And IPMT approval of any change, optimization or advice made by CONTRACTOR to FSR
shall not relase CONTRACTOR'S liability of guarantee for the reliability and compliance of the
design to the project objectives in respects of safety, environmental protection, economics,
quality, function and all other requirements as stated in the FEED Contract.
3.2 El A Report

The CONTRACTOR shall understand and abide by Costa Rica environmental protection
regulations and associated local statutory requirements to develop the FEED primarily. The
intemational common practices and criteria on environmental protection widely accepted in the
petroleum industry shall also apply to the design.
The IPMT will provide the approved EIA Report to the CONTRACTOR.
The CONTRACTOR shall, in accordance with the requirements in the approved EIA Report,
ensure and verify that the FEED conforms to the statutory regulations.
3.3 Soil Investigation and Topographical Survey Report

In support of the CONTRACTOR to develop the design of plant layout, civil and structural work,
the IPMT shall provide the Soil Investigation and Topographical Survey Reports for the
SORESCO Plant site, to support CONTRACTOR.
3.4 Ambient Data Report

The IPMT shall, provide the CONTRACTOR with the Ambient Data Report that will show the
updated ambient data including meteorolgica!, hydrographical and other site ambient data
necessary for the CONTRACTOR to carry out the FEED.
3.5 Complimentary Requirement

The Contractor shall start its work by optimizing the case 10 of the FSR, attached in Part V.
The Contractor shall run with a recognized and accepted LP software the case 10 in order to
optimize results following the best engineering practice (RPMS or PIMS or similar).
The results of the LP run will be used to get product specifications, financial indexes and
CAPEX. This means CONTRACTOR will try to valdate the results obtained for the Case 10,
particularly concerning the estimated investment (CAPEX) including the breakdown cost for
every unit, as well as the information sources used to calclate the CAPEX, the IRR, the
Sensitivity and the Risk Analysis. Additionally, the model built by CONTRACTOR will have
to be run with two different crudes, one from Brazil (RONCADOR) and one from Venezuela
(Leona), the information about this crudes will be supplied by RECOPE.
The Contractor shall send a Results Report of the above point to SORESCO.
As part of the FEED the Contractor will make a list of the suitable and recommended process
technologies in the market and give advice in this matter.
The CONTRACTOR must supply a +/- 10% estmate cost for the project, this deliverable will
be prepared and submitted to SORESCO prior to the opening of the EPC proposals.
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As a part of the Scope of Work in the FEED, the Contractor shall supply the information
concerning the fnal conceptual engineering, mass balance, energy balance and operating
conditions for the process units, auxiliary facilities and other support facilities.
The FEED shall optimize the selected process technologies.
The cost of REVAMP FEED has to be converted into Lump Sum by CONTRACTOR by the end
of the 3rd of the seven months period that will take the REVAMP FEED.
SORESCO will coordnate the PMC+FEED contractor to do the study and analysis as for palm
oil and then submit a report according to the RECOPE's detailed data. Whether the
implementation decisin shall be taken or not is based on results ofthe report. The cost resulting
from this study shall be paid on the reimbursement basis by RECOPE.

4. IDENTIFICATION OF LONG LEAD TEMS (LLI)

In order to kick off procurement in due course as required by the overall project schedule, the
CONTRACTOR shall utilize its own experience and necessary market surveys to identify the
LLI during the FEED.
The CONTRACTOR shall, utilize but not limited to, the IPMT proposed Long Lead tems, to
identify the battery limits of long lead items and critical equipment / materials.
The CONTRACTOR shall, consult the IPMT and also take into account all market factors, to
prepare the LLI Priority List upon availability ofthe PFD ofProcess Systems and UFD of Utility
Systems, that enables the IPMT to establish a proper procurement plan and to ensure timely
delivery ofthe critical equipment / materials to the site per the project schedule.
Based on the IPMT LLI procurement plan, the CONTRACTOR shall prepare complete
specifications and data sheets for each Long Lead tem as early as possible.
5. PROCUREMENT SUPPORT
The CONTRACTOR shall recommend an overall preferred Vendors List of the various equipments
that may be ordered for use in the Project. Such list shall be included in the bid document and
submitted to the IPMT for approval. The CONTRACTOR will be the technical sponsor for the
IPMT procurement performance evaluation as needed. The CONTRACTOR will support the IPMT
as follows:

To provide the datasheets, specifications and technical requirement of Long Lead tems and
critical equipment for the IPMT to place P.Os to meet or beat the project schedule.
To clarify the datasheets, specifications and technical requirements to suppliers as required when
doubt or questions arise during procurement inquiry and quotes.
To verify, evalate, and resolve any problems or variations of technical parameters or deviations
from specifications ofthe equipment that is specifed by the CONTRACTOR.
To review suppliers' key drawings of long lead items per the IPMT request. To obtain and
consoldate all pertinent discipline comments in a focused manner.
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6. HAZOP, HAZID

The CONTRACTOR shall carry out HAZID, HAZOP and Project Technical Reviews (PTR)
regularly during the FEED.
The CONTRACTOR shall conduct at least two (2) HAZID reviews during the FEED.
The CONTRACTOR shall conduct at least one (1) HAZOP review during the FEED.
TheCONTRACTOR shall play a lead role in HAZOP Review performed during the FEED.
The CONTRACTOR will convoke and chair the HAZOP Review meetings and ensure the
agreed items per the review are incorporated into the FEED and ITB of EPC packages.
The CONTRACTOR shall define the objectives of the HAZOP Review meetings; identify the
qualified attendees, the methodology, the needs and responsibihty for documenting the minutes
of HAZOP review meetings and the resolutions of all HAZOP comments.
The CONTRACTOR shall send HAZOP Review Meetings Agenda to the attendees from the
IPMT representatives at least ten (10) days before the meeting.
The CONTRACTOR shall send the HAZOP Review and HAZID reports to the IPMT, before
IPMT or Government formal audit.

HAZOP OBJECTIVE

The main objectives of the HAZOP study are as follows :


- To identify undesirable consequences of deviations from normal process or operating
conditions in a systematic manner, addressing human factors in addition to consideration of
hardware related events.
- To evalate adequacy of proposed safety design and instrumentation to prevent or minimize
consequences.
- To identify further controls to prevent or minimize consequences if necessary.
HAZOP Methodology:
- Identify a section (node) of the process on the P&ID.
- Define the design intend and normal operating condition of this section.
- Identify a deviation from design intend oroperating condition by applying guide-words.
- Identify possible causes for, and consequences of, the deviation. Adeviation can be considered
" meaningful" if it has a credible cause and can result in harmful consequences. The
consequences are evaluated without considering the installed safeguards.
- Identify the safeguards existing in the design.
- Confrm the compatibility between consequences and existing safeguarding, and recommend
additional safeguard if required.
- Record the discussion in HAZOP worksheets
Project Technical Reviews
Safety review for escape routes, safety facilities
General Plot Plan review
- Design review mainly focus on Basis of Design, P&IDs review
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3D model reviews
- Constructability / heavy lifting review

7. PREPARATION OF TECHNICAL PART OF ITB DOCUMENTS

The CONTRACTOR shall prepare the technical part of ITB documents for EPC packages in
accordance with the IPMT EPC subcontracting strategy which will be fnalized during the FEED
period.
As a cost breakdown item, the CONTRACTOR shall include in its lump sum Price Offer a fxed
price for above-mentioned services. The said Price shall be calculated based on man/hour unit
rate.

8. COST ESTMATE

As part of the Scope of Work of the FEED, the CONTRACTOR shall develop the capital cost
estmate, including but not limited to the cost associated with all activities related to project
management, detail engineering, procurement, fabrication, construction, modifcation,
instaliation, commissioning, and startup etc. The contents of the cost estmate shall comprise, but
not limited to, man-hours cost, equipment and material procurement cost, fabrication cost,
construction and instaliation cost, various insurance fees and taxes, other indirect and indirect
costs, contingency and escalation allowance, etc.
Cost estmate shall be prepared based on the FEED effort and project procurement/contracting
strategy. The CONTRACTOR shall ensure that the cost estmate for materials, equipment and
man-hours for construction at a reasonably accurate level based on its market study, etc. Since
some works items may be lacking of firm price information, the CONTRACTOR shall provide
estmate based on the histrica! cost data based on experience to account for the estmate. The
CONTRACTOR shall clearly identify all such items and state the basis of estimates in a footnote.
Miscellaneous costs, indirect costs, and the contingency shall be included in the cost estimation.
Escalation and inflation shall match the project milestones.
The cost estmate shall be split into individual equipment or skid mounted equipment and shall
be summarized for each functional unit.

Currency of the cost estmate shall be US dollar.


The CONTRACTOR shall keep all documentation related to cost nquiries as backup for
supporting the IPMT procurement activities.
For the purpose of the BID evaluation, in the tender document each Bidder is requested to
provide a typical cost estmate example based on the FEEDof a recently completed project.
9. SUPPORT SERVICES FOR IPMT

During the FEED phase, the IPMT may desgnate representative(s) to reside at Contractor's task
forc office to coordnate the design work.
The CONTRACTOR shall provide office space and the facility access for the IPMT
representadve(s) residency in the CONTRACTOR'S engineering and design offices with the

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following conditions:
9.1 Office and Relevant Facilities
An office room that is exclusive from the CONTRACTOR staff.
The offices shall be furnished with all necessary fumiture to accommodate the number of IPMT
representatives. The furniture also includes meeting tables, visitors' chairs, and lockable fling
cabinets.

The office room shall be equipped with telephones, fax machine, printer and internet connections.
9.2 Other Costs

Assist the IPMT representatives with living accommodations arrangement and communication
systems establishment.

10. STANDARDS AND CODES

The Contractor may adopt technology, standards and appropriate, state-of-the-art design Chnese codes and
standards, equivalent to intemational codes and standards, and when relevant, to Costa Rican codes and
standards of mandatory application.
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Exhibit B - RECOPE Revamp FEED Execution Plan


1 RECOPE Revamp FEED Engineering Execution Plan
This RECOPE Revamp FEED Execution Plan has been developed to suit the needs of the
Moin Refinery Expansin and Modernization Project. The Project will use the well estab-
lished WorleyParsons Enterprise Management Systems to perform this work. This work
process will be adapted to match up with FEED Scope of Work. These are the same work
processes we are successfully employing for all clients, especially where we have mltiple
project multi-site programs.

In Section 8.9 of this RECOPE Revamp FEED Execution plan the FEED Schedule Level 2
is presented to show major RECOPE Revamp FEED activities, PFD completion, P&ID
completion, plant layout completion, long lead procurement, and many other RECOPE Re
vamp FEED activities.

From lessons learned on other recent projects, which were FEED contracts, WorleyParsons
will expedite:

Early development of Project Specifications to meet discipline engineering require


ments

Early completion of development of the Linear Program to confrm the overall Mate
rial Balances and unit capacities.

Early start of the process modeling

Realistic schedule for Expenditure Request Approval Phase to achieve the requested
Quality for the EPC Phase

Early preparation of Project Execution Administrative Procedure (PEAP) and agreed


as early as possible

Interface requirements between all work reas to be addressed during the early stage of
the project

A series of early reviews will be planned to:

Reviewthe Feasibility Study Report (FSR) and RECOPE provided information

Review and challenge all designs

Complete scope evaluations and studies to date

Find methods to enhance project economics

Start piping specifications

Conduct valu engineering assessments


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Conduct risk analysis and plans to mitgate the risks

Conduct preliminary hazard analysis

Ensure that work conforms to project procedures

Valdate engineering procedures

Constructability reviews

During the first two weeks of the project, Engineering Reviews of FSR are planned to en
able the team to become familiar with the processing concepts and to establish a solid un
derstanding of the technical basis of the designs. These up-front reviews afford an oppor-
tunity to identify and recommend potential changes to the design to realize capital, operat
ing and maintenance cost savings, enhanced operability and maintainability, and to correct
possible errors. We envision that these reviews are conducted in cise coordination with
RECOPE to assure that we are fully cognizant of all important considerations that form the
basis of the design. Subsequently, we will finalize the design basis, unit capacities and as-
sumptions. We also plan to start working on the Scope Evaluations to complete the identi-
fied studies as early as possible.

Engineering Approach

The Engineering Manager is responsible to the Revamp Project Manager for the engineer
ing design of the PROJECT. Reporting to the Engineering Manager are the lead engineers
of each of the engineering disciplines.

Process Engineering

The process engineering team will be responsible for managing and developing all process
engineering FEED dehverables for the Moin Refinery. We will utilize as much know how
and similar designs as we can to expedite the start of the project. We will draw on the work
done in the FSR and use the dehverables developed as the starting point for the FEED
phase. Process engineering activities will cover all the Brownfield work reas. For FEED,
we anticpate three reviews, namely an in-house review, process safety review and a design
review.

Process Engineering Team Organization

The process engineering team will be organized into Project Management Teams. Overall
coordination will be by the Process Manager. We will have several lead engineers manag
ing groups of related units including the licensed units as follows:

Atmospheric Distillation Unit


Vacuum Distillation Unit
Catalytic Reforming Unit
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Kerosene Hydrotreater Unit


Visbreaking Unit
Vacuum Distillation Unit #1
Utility and Offsite Systems
Tank farm and Interconnecting Pipelines

Our leadership team will have experienced engineers in distillation and gas processing, hy
drotreating, as well as offsites and utility systems.

Experienced Lead process engineers familiar with FEED design practices will be assigned
to each unit, and will be supported by the appropriate numbers of process engineers needed
to complete the design activities and further development of the FEED package. Team
alignment with RECOPE will be achieved by the early completion of the project plans and
schedules. In parallel the team leadership will complete the design basis and design criteria
documents that will serve as the guidelines for the process designof the refinery.

The team will conduct weekly progress review meetings, which will review tasks, identify
goals and responsibilities and completion dates for the next week. Completion of all the
Scope Evaluations and the design basis and design criteria documents at an early stage is
considered a keyactivity that is on the critical path for completion of the FEED.

Scope Evaluation

WorleyParsons recognizes the importance of completing the scope and study evaluations as
early as possible. As such we have assigned the responsibihty of completing the scope
studies by Select Specialist engineers. Our Select Specialists are highly experienced engi
neers in Front End Engineering covering all engineering disciplines. We can mobilize this
team at any time as needed. The following Scope Evaluations will be considered:

Utility Water requirements to confirm actual needs and reconsidering use of recycled
water

Preliminary Hazard Assessment and implementation of the results on the project

Review of cost saving opportunities as follows:

- Interface betweenthe existing Moin Refinery systemsand Greenfield locations

Overview of Process Engineering Activities

The progress of the process engineering FEED dehverables will proceed according to the
project plan developed and completed during the early stages ofthe project.

We anticpate having the following key stages:

Complete and finalize the overall process configuration, identify unit capacities and
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feed qualities to each unit of the units and finalize intermedate and product tankage
requirements.

Complete and issue approved design basis identifying plant throughput, units, capaci-
ties and product specifications, as well as utility systems.

Complete and issue the process design criteria document that describes the design cri
teria for all the equipment and utility systems including meteorological data and site
conditions and defines the economic criteria for study work.

Startworking on developing unit designs to produce heat and material balances, PFDs,
equipment lists, and utility summaries. Coordnate with licensors to relase packages
as t is completed to finalize PFDs and equipment lists

Expedite P&ID development and coordnate with licensors the relase of typical
P&IDs for early drafting.

Complete FEED package dehverables for the Project Execution Schedule, andthe EPC
Contractor package.

Process Design and Optimization

It is our plan to use our Select Specialist to start all the studies in parallel with the FEED
activities in order to meet the overall FEED schedule requirements. WorleyParsons uses
the latest process simulation tools. For Refinery applications we normally recommend us
ing Invesys' PROII simulation software. We also plan on using Aspen's Energy Optimiza
tion tools to completethe Pinch analysis and heat integration studies.

Valu Engineering

We plan on using our Select Specialists to particpate in the Valu Engineering sessions.
Our Select Specialists are well qualified for the task, and they represent an independent en-
tity of the WorleyParsons organization so theycan complete an unbiased study report.

Process Hazard Analysis

The Process Hazard Analysis reviews will be scheduled in a timely manner in stages to fi
nalize the process configuration and design. We recommend several Process Hazard Analy-
ses, namely, the Preliminary Hazard Analysis once the PFDs are completed. The pre HA
ZOP Analysis will be held prior to issuing the P&IDs for design. It is anticipated that we
will have two revisions of the P&IDs one for approval and one for design. A final HAZOP
analysis will be conducted after the final design issue.

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Process engineering dehverables for Revamp facilities are envisaged to be as follows:

Project Definition
Process descriptions
Design basis document
Design criteria document
Equipment lists
LP models and Block Flow Diagrams
PFDs

Heat and material balances


MSDs
Process P&IDs
Utility P&IDs
Interconnecting P&IDs
Piping Interface drawings
Utility summaries
Line lists
Tie-in Lists
Process and mechanical equipment data sheets
Schedule of hazardous materials
Project proposal narrative (process section)
Instrument data sheets and instrument list
Relief valve summary, calculations and datasheets
Catalyst and chemicals summaries
Effluent summaries
Hazardous material data sheets
Cause and effect diagrams
Analyzer data sheets
Calculation Index
Process studies write-ups
Operating Guidelines and Philosophy
EPC Contractor process scope of work

The Operating Guideline and Philosophy documents the design basis, process flow and
control, start-up and shutdown operating procedures, catalyst loading/unloading, and dis-
cusses relief systems, fire protection, emergency shutdown (ESD) systems, control system,
maintenance isolation, de-pressuring, and emergency practices.

Electrical Engineering

The electrical FEED design will be carried out in accordance with Chnese applicable stan
dards and codes of practice. The FEED effort will concntrate on developing the design to
a level of detail sufficient to produce a 10% estmate and allow EPC Contractor bidding.
Thiswill include developing specifications and data sheets for major electrical items so that
procurement may be efficiently executed. The electrical engineering will be organized as

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PMT reporting to their respective engineering managers and responsible for their specifc
scope of works.

We will also focus on space planning, both for electrical equipment and cable containment
routing, in order that plant layout isoptimized. The electrical engineering will be organized
as PMT teams. Recognizing the extensive electric work in the new and existing facilities,
and the high voltage, large size, long lead switchgears and transformers that must meet
PROJECT requirements; we will expedite to complete the studies. The identified studies
are:

Accessibility study
Transient Stability study
Energy optimization

With respect to the dehverables list we propose to address these as follows:

Preliminary ElectricalLoad List

Using the process/mechanical equipment list as the starting point, we will develop a Load
List to include motor power, efficiency, power factor, load factor, and diversity. We will
also include all substation feeders, large individual motor mdium voltage supplies, build
ing related loads, lighting, HVAC etc. for completeness.

The Load List will include details of the all substations, switchgear, and source motor con
trol centers such that the total plant load and load distribution can be determined. Critical
and non-critical motors will be indicated as well as standby units which will result in the
production of details for total connected load, peak loads, and average 24hr loads. From
the cable calculation package a comprehensive cable quantity summary will be automati-
cally produced. The Load List will form the basis for transformer and switchgear selection
and will be kept up to date as the project progresses.

Electrical Power and Control Strategy

In developing the Electrical Power and Control Strategy we will give due consideration to
normal and abnormal (circuit or transformer failure) conditions. We will develop a robust
electrical distribution system in line with the nature of the plant whilst seeking to minimize
capital cost. The strategy will address any integration of on-site generation and emergency
back-up generation together with synchronization.

Preliminary Single Line Diagrams

Single Line Diagrams will be developed from the Load List and will indcate the electrical
distribution philosophy in schematic form. Single Line Diagrams will indcate all major
electrical equipment; generators, transformers, switchboards, motor control centers etc. All
voltage levis 115kV to 480V, generator and transformer ratings, switchboard and MCC
bus barcurrent ratings and prospective short-circuit currents will be included.
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Preliminary Metering and Protection Single Line Diagrams

These will indcate the location and type of the proposed metering and protection relays us
ing project specifc specifications.

Preliminary TransformerSizing and Specification

Transformer sizes will be calculated from the Preliminary Load List and Data Sheets then
prepared accordingly.

Preliminary rea Classifcation Drawings

From the Hazardous rea Classifcation Study prepared by the process group, we will pre
pare rea classifcation drawings to indcate safe and potentially explosive atmosphere. Gas
group and temperature classifcation information will be included.

Preliminary Motor Schematics

Preliminary typical motor schematics will be prepared for the various types of motor starter
envisaged (DOL, Star/Delta, Variable Speed Drive etc.). Interfaces with the process control
system will be agreed and ndicated.

Preliminary Cable Routing Drawings

These will indcate the major electrical equipment items and the cable raceways between
the Main Incoming substation, the four main distribution substations, the fifteen rea sub-
stations, and the functional blocks of the plant. Adequate space will be reserved on plot
plans for horizontal and vertical cable routing.

Preliminary Substation Equipment Layout Drawings

Preliminary sub-station equipment layout drawings will be prepared to ensure that sufficient
space is allocated for instaliation, operation, and maintenance of the equipment.

Preliminary Grounding Diagram

The plant grounding philosophy will be indicated schematically on this drawing. The draw
ing will indcate all major electrical equipment; generators, transformers, switchboards, mo
tor control centers etc and their interconnection with the grounding network.

Piping Engineering and Design

The piping engineering/design team will be responsible for developing all piping engineer
ing FEED dehverables. It is envisaged that the FEED activities will draw on the work done
in the FSR and use the dehverables developed as the starting point for the FEED phase.
Piping design will be executed by PMT teams.

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Piping rea Engineers will be assigned to each rea, and will be supported by appropriate
numbers of piping designers to support the design activities and further development of the
FEED package. Team alignment will be achieved with an early issue of the site plans and
design basis, also weekly review meetings which will ensure sound development and iden
tify goals for the coming week. Early PID issues is considered a key activity and sets the
critical path for the piping FEED.

In general, piping will crate 3D CAD models with equipment and major lines modeled to
develop safe and economic designs which meet all of Chnese and Costa Rica specifications,
standards, and requirements. We plan for two 30% and 90% Plot Plan Design and Con-
structability reviews. The initial Plot Layout review is to establish and agree a safe and
economic plant layout and the second with review will be major system development in line
with the P&IDs. Plot plan design shall meet industry standard loss prevention requirements.

Piping engineering will particpate in the following studies:

Space
Accessibility study
Constructabilty analysis

Overview ofPiping Engineering/Design Activities

Development of the piping engineering/design FEED dehverables will be executed accord


ing to the agreed project FEED schedule. This is envisaged as having the following key
stages:

Develop overall and unit plot plans


Piping layout studies
Interface schedules
Develop basic 3D piping system routings
Support 10% estmate
Complete FEED package dehverables and narratives
Complete piping design for EPC bid package

Piping Engineering/Design Deliverables

Piping engineering/design deliverables for Revamp are envisaged to be as follows:

Overall plot plans


Unit plot plans
3d piping model (major systems only)
Critical line list
Critical tie-in list
Stress analysis statement
Material line class specifications

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Standard specifications
MTO activities
Interface point location drawings
Major system drawings (only for ISBL)
Project EPC ITB proposal (piping section)
Piping studies write-ups

Instrumentation and Control Engineering

The Instrumentation and Control (I&C) group project task forces will be structured to ad
dress the key activities and deliverables associated with the Process Control Systems (PCS),
Field Instrumentation and analytical equipment, Instrument Design requirements, and Tele-
communications.

The Instrumentation and Control Engineering Scope of Work for the PROJECT will be
executed by PMT teams. Each team will be responsible for their respective scope of work.
An overall Lead Instrument Engineer will provide technical direction to the PMT teams.
Each PMT will have an rea Instrument Engineers assigned to them, along with the re
quired staffing.

The PCS requirements includingrequired consoles for control room, control system for ex
isting and new control rooms, tank gauging systems, gas chromatographs and analyzers, as-
set management system, control systems for the steam turbine and generator trains, oil
movement, storage and blending system (OMSB), custody meters, advanced applications in
mltiple variable control and optimizer systems, air quality and meteorology monitoring
system(AQ&M), and various terminal controls that include DCS and ESD.

The group will be responsible for; Instrumentation, DCS, ESD, BMS, Telecommunications,
SCADA, CCTV, PA / Site alarms and other systems including I&C requirements for pack-
aged equipment. In addition they will provide support and input to other disciplines as nec
essary. Team alignment will be achieved by preparing a basis of design specificationbuild
ing on the definition developed during the FEED and addressing options presented along
with a detailed deliverables / activity list together with weekly group meetings.

The groupwill develop System Specifications, Instrument data sheets, scheduies and design
drawings in accordance with applicable standards and codes of practice and to the appro
priate level of detail for a FEED study for the purposes of providing cost estmate inputand
an IFPpackage for EPC Contractors. For critical / long lead items such as Process Control
Systems (particularly DCS, ESD, BMS and SCADA), effortwill include activity associated
with supplier / equipment evaluation and selection.

Instrument and I/O scheduies together with functional specifications and associated design
detail will be prepared for the various systems and issued to SORESCO approved vendors
taken from the regulated vendors list for the purpose of producing a +/-10% cost estimate.
Other documents will be referenced to ensure compliance with inspection and testing /
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documentation / certification. For major equipment, up to three vendor quotations will be


reviewed and any omissions corrected and recorded on a technical bid analysis which will
be the basis of the estmate for equipment costs.

PCS definition will address the specifc requirements of the numerous facility systems and
address functonal requirements, operability, training, architecture, auxiliary systems, inter
faces, reliability, availabilty, and risk criteria together with network architecture and Com
munications / I/O philosophy. Instrument Design activity shall address space allocation
around the CCR and Process Interface Buildings (PIB), layout, cable routing and contain-
ment and instaliation requirements.

Telecommunications requirements will address both the Moin Refinery associated inter
faces and Central Control Room (CCR) requirements to provide a single focus for plant or
multi-plant wide operations.

The I&C group will provide Communications systems including: telephone, data net work,
underground conduit, copper cable, fiber optic cables, structured cable, mobile radio and
temporary communication facilities for construction.

I&C will provide specifc inputto the following disciplines:

Mechanical for definition of requirement associated with packageequipment.

Process for:

- P&ID development
- ESD requirements
- Electrical for cable routing and interface requirements

Mechanical Engineering

The mechanical group will be responsible for: rotating equipment, static equipment, heat
transfer equipment and packaged or special equipment. In addition they will provide the
metallurgy and welding input to the project and will ensure that noise problems caused by
equipment are resolved to ensure compliance with project specifications and environmental
standards. Team alignment will be achieved by preparing a basis of design document, de
tailed deliverables lists, and an activity list and by weekly group meetings.

The mechanical group will perform preliminary designs for vessels and shell and tube heat
exchangers to ensure that the Civil-Structural and Piping groups have the required data to
progress their work. To meet FEED objectives, the mechanical group will prioritize data
sheet preparation to meet the PROJECT needs for procurement of long lead equipment
(LLE) and data sheets needed forthe FEED Cost Estmate.

Similar LLE equipment will be compiled into packages for issue to RECOPE approved
vendors. Each package will consist of a data sheet for each main item plus data sheet^for

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motor drivers, gearboxes, seal systems, lube oil systems etc. as appropriate, other docu
ments will be referenced to ensure compliance with the Inspections and Testing Require
ments and the Non Material Requirements (NMRs). A mximum of three vendor quota-
tions will be reviewed, as selected by the Procurement Manager, and any omissions cor-
rected and recorded on a technical bid analysis.

Technically compliant bids will be used as the basis of the estmate for equipment costs and
will provide a detailed record of our decisin making. All types of equipment will be han-
dled in this way to ensure that the equipment cost estmate is sufficiently accurate to sup
port a 10% Cost Estmate. The Process discipline will start the equipment list and Me
chanical will take it over and add detailed information as it becomes available.

Input to the EPC Contractor bid package will be provided and bidder's documents will be
reviewed and data provided for the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) i.e., noise data
for machinery and liquids, gasses and noise emissions from packaged / special equipment.

A client requirements checklist will be prepared after kick-off meeting to ensure all RE
COPE requirements for equipment are included in design.

Civil, Structural, and Architectural Engineering

The Civil and Structural groups will be organized as PMT teams with snior civil and struc
tural engineers supporting each individual discipline input. The Civil and Structural group
will be managed technically by Lead and rea structural and civil engineers will be as
signed to the respective PMT(s)

The Civil works will include roads, drainage, undergrounds, and fencing and associated in-
frastructure. Preliminary designs will proceed as the site data and layouts are developed,
continual interaction with the project team will ensure that designs are progressed with the
information flow. Standard details will be incorporated wherever appropriate and all docu
ments will be produced in compliance with PROJECT standards and specifications.

The structural team will be responsible for the buildings, including blast prooffresisting
structures, plant and pipe rack foundations, pipe racks and pipe bridges, steelwork struc
tures and foundations, substations and plant rooms, compressor and pump bases etc. The
structures and their foundations including piling will be developed as their individual ftinc-
tional and spatial requirements are confirmed.

The architectural engineer will lead building design to meet industry and Costa Rica re
quirements includingSSD, loss prevention, blast resisting, etc.

Communication Engineering

Communications scope will include the scope required for the PROJECT, and coordinated
with other engineering groups. A communication system lead engineer shall work with all
facilities teams to determine the Communications requirement for the project. This syste

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engineer shall act as a project engineer to Communications design work. He will obtain,
from the client, input parameters for the design work under all Communications disciplines
(ISP, OSP, Wireless, Telephone, and Data Network). A team consisting of one or more en
gineers from each Communications discipline shall work jointly, each under the supervisin
of his respective discipline engineer, to provide a communication design package that is
consistent with other disciplines and that meet the client's standard and specifications.

Communication systems design includes site surveys of existing communication facilities.


The next step is the design of voice, data, wireless, and cabling networks that makes use of
existing telephone, data, and wireless backbone. Standard detail shall be produced wher-
ever appropriate and all documents shall be produced in compliance with industry and
Costa Rica requirements. Finally, this effort will identify any existing facilities to use and
shall provide standard forms to reserve the usage of such facilities.

Engineering Cost Estmate Support

As part of the FEED activities, WorleyParsons will develop a 10% cost estmate at the
end of the FEED phase. The Engineering Management will produce the deliverables and
inputs required by the Project Estmate Plan.

The Project Estmate Plan will be issued early in FEED and will be a live document until
the estmate is completed. This document details the roles and responsibilities, the estmate
schedule, the deliverables required and estimating methods and costing date for major
equipment that will be employed to meet the stated estmate accuracy. The document also
includes details of scope splits between Revamp and Greenfield reas.

On dates specifed in the Estmate Plan the individual project designs will be frozen for the
estmate, deliverables will be issued and the estmate commenced. Any changes to the de
sign between this date and the issue of the estmate will be captured and incorporated, al-
though these changes will not necessarily have the same level of accuracy as the remander
of the estmate.

A process equipment list and utility equipment list will be developed for the estmate and
budget costs solicited from vendors for process equipment and utility equipment. Costs
will be technically and commercally conditioned to reflect the expected out-turn costs.
Catalogue prices and in-house data from recent similar projects will be used where appro
priate. Material take-offs will be prepared by the relevant discipline for instruments, elec
trical equipment, piping and valves based on the project P&IDs, 3D layouts and General
Arrangement drawings. Vendor indicative costs or in-house data will be used to cost the
material take-offs. The material take-offs will be priced using all-up bulk material unit
prices. These unit rates will be based on our in-house datbase. Civil and structural modi-
ficatons will be treated in a similar way. Consideration will be given to field fabricated
equipment and contracting plan.

Towards the end of the estmate preparation process we will convene a risk forum to de-

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velop the risk register and assess the cost over-run and under-run limits for each element of
the estimate. This forum will involve the SAPMT and WorleyParsons project teams, to
gether with invited experts who bring experience from similar projects. A @RISK Monte-
Cario risk simulation will be run based on the over-run and under-run limits to develop a
curve of likely project cost outcomes. This curve is used to identify the contingency alloca-
tion together with the confidence of under running the Total Installed Project Cost.

A "Basis of Estimate" will be prepared which addresses the type of estimate and range of
accuracy, the estimate approach, design development provisin, the baseline documents,
qualifications, assumptions, and exceptions. The Basis of Estimate will also include a
comparison of the estimate with the pre-FEED estimate, identifying any changes and their
cost impact.

When complete, the estimate will be reviewed for completeness and accuracy by the
PMT(s). An estimator who has not been involved in the project will check and benchmark
the estimate against similar recent projects. Our snior management will review and sign
off the estimates before they are issued to SORESCO. The EPC costs will reflect the total
of the above equipment, bulk materials, labor costs, package units, and contingency costs.
The accuracy of the cost will be approximately 10%.

Engineering Support Preparation for EPC BID Packages

As part of the FEED activities, WorleyParsons will prepare EPC Bid Packages. The Engi
neering Management will produce the deliverables and inputs required for these packages.

The EPC bid packages preparation begins concurrently with the FEED Phase of the Project.
This Phase is aimed at completing the basic design along with critical engineering activities
needed to complete the Project. Major activities focus on completing design documents,
specifications, equipment data sheets, preparing requisitions for the long lead equipment,
bid evaluations, and order placement. The main activities envisaged in this phase include:

Conduct Site Surveys and review Geotechnical reports. Identify any additional Geo-
technical Surveys when required

Develop Project specifc procedures and any specifications to support the execution of
EPC activities e.g., Packaged Equipment Specifications, Engineering Data Manage
ment Plan and CAD / CAE Implementation Plan, Level I ERC Scheduies, Vendor List,
Commissioning, Start-Up and turnover specifications, etc.

Completion of the FEED package to meet the EPC bid package requirements

IT Systems

The Information and Communications Technology (ICT) group is responsible for providing
computing facilities and support for all project and corporate requirements within Worley
Parsons. Specialist teams are responsible for individual application reas, as listed belo\
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Process/Engineering Systems
Computer Aided Design (CAD) Systems
Business (Financial/Accounting) Systems
Project Management Systems
Materials Management Systems
General IS Operations and Communications Support

WorleyParsons ICT currently supports a secure LAN and the connection to the WorleyPar
sons wide rea network (WAN). We are continuously updating our computer systems to
improve effciency and embrace state-of-the-art technology. We have formed alliances with
Dell, Microsoft, Cisco, Intergraph, AspenTech, and other vendors to provide their expertise
and support.

The prime means ofcommunication between the WorleyParsons Head Office and the work-
sites will be through the useof either router-to-router VPN or personal VPN, depending on
the number of staff to be located at each individual worksite. The WorleyParsons Head Of
fice has a direct connection between all WorleyParsons facilities utilizing Venison's world-
wide "Prvate IP" (MPLS) Network. Similarly, ISP connections will be obtained at the
worksites, as required.

The Communication network will provide access to the various corporate systems available
on WorleyParsons company networks. Methods of data transfer between the various parties
will depend on the availability of internet bandwidth at specifc locations. For sites with
low bandwidth availability, generic FTP (File Transfer Protocol) will be used. For the bulk
transfer of document data, synchronization software will be used to take advantage of avail
able bandwidth capacity outside of working hours. Where high bandwidth is available, in-
teractive access to project documents and data (e.g., through SmartPlant Foundation) will
be utilized.

By constantly upgrading existing desktop hardware, software, and networks, and taking ad
vantage of market-driven enhancements, ICT promotes compatibility, standardization, and
reduced operating costs and transmits these benefits to our clients.

reas of ICTthat are of specifc importance to engineering projects are discussed below.

Process & Engineering Systems

A substantial number of engineering-specific programs (listed below) are used throughout


WorleyParsons on high specifcation PCs. These include applications such as process
simulation, hazard analysis, and structural analysis. Wherever possible, automated data
transfer between applications is used.

Project team members are provided with PCs and have access to a range ofengineering and
general programs via the companynetwork.
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Computer Aided Design

WorleyParsons has extensive Computer Aided Design (CAD) facilities available to their
Process and Engineering disciplines.

3D CAD is available on high-performance workstations for applicable projects for use with
PDS modeling software. This provides an interactive design environment with multi-
discipline capabilities for clash detection, drawing extraction and material take-off. Addi
tional applications of the Plant Design software include visualization/walk-throughs, con
struction planning/simulation, construction progress tracking, and feld changes/problem
resolution. Where appropriate, the 3D model can be handed-over to the client/owner at
project completion, for use as the basis of an on-line feld maintenance datbase. Smart-
Plant Foundation will be used for data and Document Control across all disciplines and the
datbase will be available to SORESCO at the conclusin of the project.

AutoCAD and MicroStation 2D CAD facilities are available running on advanced PC


workstations linked to local file servers. WorleyParsons will provide CAD file deliverables
as requested.

Productivity improvements are achieved by the extensive use of standard symbol libraries,
as well as "standard" elements or drawings. Sharing of background information provides
greater inter-discipline coordination. WorleyParsons will adopt Saudi Aramco standards for
all CAD deliverables.

In addition to paper, CAD deliverables are available in electronic format, either on CD-
ROM, DVD, or via Communications links. WorleyParsons also has extensive experience in
data and document handover to various client systems e.g., SAP, Mximo, and Documen-
tum.

Materials Management Systems

The SmartPIant Materials Management System is used to manage all procurement and ma
terials management activities from the initial engineering phases to the completion of con
struction. SmartPIant Materials is integrated with our 3D Plant Design modelingsystem for
accurate and timely material control and requisitioning.

IT Operations and Communications Support

The IT group provides and maintains a complete range of hardware and software through
out the company. Specialists in CAD, systems software, electronic messaging, and Commu
nications are available for both corporate and project-specific support.

WorleyParsons has invested heavily in local and wide reaCommunications and networking.
Links have been established between all major WorleyParsons offices in the USA, Europe,
Middle East, Australia, Asia, and South America using dedicated high-bandwidth data cir-
cuits or secure VPN tunnels on the public internet.
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In-house Communications expertise is available for the instaliation and management of


Communications links within the US and abroad to allow electronic data transfers to third
parties, when required. Communications facilities vary between simple dial-up links to
high-speed land or satellite-based digital circuits.

All PCs provided to WorleyParsons personnel, either desktops, laptops or workstations, are
configured with a standard software suite (currently Microsoft Windows XP, Office 2003,
Microsoft ForeFront Anti-Virus software, etc.). Corporate standards are continually re
viewed to ensure the software is current and compatible with operating systems and hard
ware. Additionally, corporate standard engineering software is provided as required for in
dividual engineering disciplines.

WorleyParsons maintains many corporate software licensing agreements with major soft
ware vendors (e.g., Microsoft, Intergraph, Bentley, Aspen Technology) and actively partici-
pates inthe development of new software producs and releases, where appropriate, such as
SmartPIant 3D.

A complete listing of project management and engineering software systems and applica
tions currently in use within WorleyParsons is provided below.

Table 8-3. Computer Programs Listed By Discipline

Description Vendor
Discipline Title

Civil-Structural 50 Zone Capacity Load Calculation Chvac

Civil-Structural ACE for Frameworks Automates the creation and placement of steel ACESEA
elements in the 3D model.

Civil-Structural AISC_Code_Check (ASD).xls AISC Code Check (ASD) WorleyParsons

Civil-StructuraJ Anchor Bolt Design Spreadsheet Anchor Bolt Design PIP(STE05121)

Civil-Structural APILE Plus Program for the Analysis of the Axial Capacityof Ensoft, Inc.
Driven Piles

Civil-Structural ASCE_Wind_Code_02.xls ASCE Wind Code WorleyParsons

Civil-Structural ASCE_Wind_Code_95.xls ASCE Wind Code WorleyParsons

Civil-Structural AutoCAD Architectural Augments AutoCAD for designing buildings & AutoDesk
structures.

Civil-Structural BaseplateDesign (ASD).xls BaseplateDesign (ASD) WorleyParsons

Civil-Structural Baseplate_Design (LRFD).xls Baseplate Design(LRFD) WorleyParsons

Civil-Structural Centrifugal_Foundation_Design.xls Centrifuga! Foundation Design WorleyParsons

Civil-Structural Civil Tools for Windows

Civil-Structural Descon Brace - ASD DesignOf Steel Bracing Connections Omnitech


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Table 8-3. Computer Programs Listed By Discipline

Discipline Title Description | Vendor


Civil-Structural Descon Brace - LRFD Design Of Steel Bracing Connections (LRFD) Omnitech
Associates

Civil-Structural Descon Brace - MLRFD Design Of Steel Bracing Connections (LRFD) Omnitech
(metric) Associates

Civil-Structural Descon Win - ASD Design Of Steel Beam Connections Omnitech


Associates

Civil-Structural Descon Win-LRFD Design Of Steel Beam Connections (LRFD) Omnitech


Associates

Civil-Structural Descon Win-MLRFD Design Of Steel Beam Connections (LRFD) Omnitech


(metric) Associates

Civil-Structural Dike_Containment_Volume.xls Dike Containment Volume WorleyParsons

Civil-Structural Drilled_Shaft_Design.xls Drilled Shaft Design WorleyParsons

Civil-Structural Foundation3D Foundation3D is a spread and combined footing Dimensional


analysis/design tool for soil or pile supported Solutions
foundations for industrial equipment such as
horizontal exchangers, horizontal vessels, vertical
vessels or towers, pipe racks, etc.

Civil-Structural Hydraflow Hydrographs2004 Hydrograph Model used for simple or complex Intelisolve
watersheds using SCS and/or Rational methods.
Develop runoff hydrographs, combining
hydrographs, routing them through channels and
designing detention ponds and diverting single
hydrographs into two.

Civil-Structural HydraflowStorm Sewers 2005 Hydrograph Model used for simple or complex Intelisolve
watersheds using SCS and/or Rational methods.
Develop runoff hydrographs, combining
hydrographs, routing them through channels and
designing detention ponds and diverting single
hydrographs into two.

Civil-Structural InRoads Application suiteforsite design, road design, and Bentley


digital terrain modeling. Includes advanced 3D
modeling, design and analysis, drawing
production and data management capabilities.

Civil-Structural LP1LE Plus Program for the Analysis of Piles and Drilled Ensoft, Inc.
Shafts Under Lateral Loads

Civil-Structural MasterSpec Specification Library Management AIA

Civil-Structural Moment_Connection.xls Moment Connection WorleyParsons

Civil-Structural PCA Column Analysis and design of rectangular or circular Portland Cement
concrete column sections under uniaxial or Assn
biaxial bending.

Civil-Structural PCA Mats Finite element analysis and design of reinforced Portland Cement
concrete mat foundations and slabs subject to Assn
static loading. Special attention should be given
to modeling.
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Table 8-3. Computer Programs Listed By Discipline

Discipline Title Description Vendor

Civil-Structural Reciprocating FoundationDesign.x ReciprocatingFoundation Design WorleyParsons


ls

Civil-Structural SACS General 3D structural design and analysis. Engineering


Dynamics, Inc

Civil-Structural Spread_Footing_Design.xls Spread Footing Design WorleyParsons

Civil-Structural STAAD Pro General 3D structural design and analysis. Bentley

Civil-Structural Steel_MTO.xls Steel MTO WorleyParsons

Civil-Structural Survey SelectCAD Manage and visualize survey data Bentley

Civil-Structural Tank Calculates center point of tanks. WorleyParsons

Civil-Structural Unit Converter Converts metric and English Units. WorleyParsons

Civil-Structural Vertical Vessel_Foundation_Design. Vertical Vessel Foundation Design WorleyParsons


xls

Control Systems Dresser SRVS (Consolidated) Relief val ve sizing Dresser

Control Systems Fisher Firstvue Control valve sizing Fisher

Control Systems Instrucalc Orfice, CV, RV, and RD sizing GulfPublishing

Control Systems ISA S20 SpecForm II ISA data sheet preparation ISA

Control Systems Masoneilan Control valve sizing Masoneilan-


Dresser

Control Systems SmartPIant Instrumentation Instrument Interactive Datbase Integraph


(INtools)

Control Systems Valtek Performance Control valve sizing Valtek (Flowserve)

Electrical ETAP PowerStation Integratedelectrical power system analysis tool. Operation


Technology, Inc

Electrical Luxicon Lighting Software Lighting Calculations Cooper Lighting

Electrical PC-CKS Conduit and cable schedule, routing, etc. for WorleyParsons
conduit and cable tray systems.

Electrical SKM PowerTools Integrated set of programs written for engineers SKM Systems
who design and analyze industrial and petro- Analysis
chemical facilities. Includes A_FAULT,
CAPTOR, DAPPER, H1_WAVE, I*SIM, and
IEC_FAULT.

Engineering Systems Acrobat Used to crate and annotate Adobe PDF images Adobe
of drawings and other documents.

Engineering Systems Aspen Basic Engineering Integrated process engineeringsystem (Zyqad) AspenTech

Engineering Systems AutoCAD 2D CAD drafting application. AutoDesk

Engineering Systems AutoPlant Equipment 3D parametrc equipment modeling using object- Bentley
oriented technology

Engineering Systems AutoPlant Isometrics Piping isometric drafting using spec-driven Bentley
routing and component placement
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Table 8-3. Computer Programs Listed By Discipline

Discipline Title Description Vendor

Engineering Systems AutoPlant Structural Modeler Quick generation of accurate 3D structural steel Bentley
models

Engineering Systems Axiom Microstation Add-in Axiom

Engineering Systems CATS Drawing conversin

Engineering Systems Citrix Enables remote access to shared desktop Citrix Systems Inc.
applications.

Engineering Systems InfoMaker Report creation software used with INtools Sybase

Engineering Systems IPLOT Microstation Plot Server Intergraph

Engineering Systems ISOGEN Extracts and prepares piping isometrics Alias


automatically from the 3-D plant model
developed in PDS.

Engineering Systems MathCAD Math calculations MathCAD

Engineering Systems Microsoft Office 2003 Professional Wordprocessing, Spreadsheets, E-mail, Databases Microsoft

Engineering Systems Microstation 2D and 3D CAD. Underlying CAD platform for Bentley
Intergraph PDS.
Engineering Systems PDMS Complete 3-D Plant Design System program Aveva

Engineering Systems RasterCAD Rster vector processing GTX

Engineering Systems InControl Engineering progress measurement system. WorleyParsons


Integrates with Primavera P5.

Engineering Systems SharePoint Web Collaboration Microsoft

Engineering Systems SmartPIant Foundation Electronic document and engineering data Intergraph
management system.

Engineering Systems SmartPIant Instrumentation Instrument data management - summary, I/O list, Intergraph
data sheets, index, loops.
Engineering Systems SmartPIant P&ID Intelligent P&ID design application for creation Intergraph
of piping and instrumentation diagrams.
Automates the creation of the line list, valve lists,
tie-in list, and specialty item list.
Engineering Systems SmartPIant Review 3D visualization software for design review Intergraph
sessions of PDS models.

Engineering Systems SmartSketch Used for creation of schematics, sketches, Intergraph


workflow diagrams, and basic CAD drawings.
Saves to either Microstation DGN or AutoCAD
DWG format.

Engineering Systems Text Pad Text Editor Helios Software


Solutions

Engineering Systems Visio Used for creation of schematics, sketches, and Microsoft
logic CAD drawings.
Engineering Systems Visual Studio Integration and automation development Microsoft
platform.
Estimating @Risk Risk assessment software. Palisade
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Table 8-3. Computer Programs Listed By Discipline

Discipline Title Description Vendor

Estimating Aspen Capital Cost Estimator EPC project estimate & scheduies generator Aspentech
(Kbase)

Estimating Aspen In-Plant Cost Estimator Design, estimating, scheduling, cost-tracking and Aspentech
reporting (Icarus Project Manager - IPM)

Estimating Richardson Process Plant Estimating Datbase Aspentech


Construction Est. Stds. (CD
Versin)

Mechanical CODECALC Pressure vessel and heat exchanger design. COADE

Mechanical Compress Pressure vessel design. Codeware

FRNC Fired Heater Simulation PFR


Mechanical

Mechanical GT Master Thermal power plant simulation. Creates cycle Thermoflow


heat balance and equipment designs for given
thermodynamic inputs.

Mechanical GTPro Thermal power plant design and analysis. Thermoflow


Detailed heat balances, cycle flow schematics,
equipment designs, and economic analyses.

Mechanical RCS Shell and Tube Exchanger Mechanical Res. Co.

Mechanical RECIPAK Reciprocating Compressor Selection QUATRJX

Mechanical Tank API-650 Oil Storage Tank Design COADE

Watercycle RX Models and Predicts Corrosin Rates and water French Creek
Mechanical
treatments

Pipelines Ansys To determine structural adequacy of riser and Ansys


spool design when subject to jacket and thermal
movements and hydrodynamic forces.

Pipelines Map3D Integrates design and geographic information Auto Desk

Pipelines Offpipe Pipeline To demnstrate that designed pipeline is Offpipe


instaliation friendly; and to perform detailed
instaliation engineering to determine parameters
for offshore pipe layingoperation.

Pipelines SPAN A Finite Element Computer Program for Southwest Applied


Nonlinear Analyses of SubMarine Pipelines, Mechanics
Risers, and Mooring Lines

Piping AutoPipe Piping stress analysis Rebis

Piping Caesar II Static / dynamic pipe stress analysis. COADE/

Intergraph

Piping Compress - FEANozzles/Nozzle Pro COMPRESS designs and rates ASME Section Codeware
VIII Divisin 1 and optionally Divisin 2
pressure vessels
Paulin Research
Piping FE/PIPE
Group
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Table 8-3. Computer Programs Listed By Discipline

Discipline Title Description Vendor

FE Analysis on Equipment Nozzles Paulin Research


Piping Nozzle PRO
Group

Process Aspen Air Cooled Exchanger Heat exchanger rating and design program used Aspentech
internal to HYSYS (AES HTFS ACOL and
ACX)

Process AES Aspen Plus Steady-state process simulator AspenTech

Process AES Dynamics Dynamic process simulator AspenTech

Process AES Hetran (BJAC) Heat exchanger Rating Program AspenTech

Process AES HYSYS - Amines Option Steady-state process simulator AspenTech

Process AES HYSYS - Crude Module Steady-state process simulator with crude oil AspenTech
Option property package

Process AES HYSYS - Process Steady-state process simulator with amines AspenTech
property package

Process AFT Arrow Steady-state compressible fluid flow for piping Applied Flow
networks Technology

Process AFT Fathom Steady-state incompressible fluid flow for piping Applied Flow
networks Technology

Process Aspen Process Economic Analyzer Interactively sizes equipment, develops operating AspenTech
costs and creates an investment analysis.; Process
Simulator/Estimating tool (Icarus Process
Evaluator-IPE)

Process Aspen Shell & Tube Exchanger Mechanical design and rating of shell & tube Aspentech
exchangers and pressure vessels (AES HTFS
STX, TASC, TEAMS)

Process BR&E ProMax Steady-state process simulator (Includes Bryan Research


TSWEET and PROSIM) and Engineering

Process Crane Companion Line Sizing Crane

Process DATACON Data reconciliation and plant gross error Invensys


detection

Process Farris Relief valve sizing Farris

Process FlareNet Pressure relief systems simulator AspenTech

Process FRJ Bubble Cap Tray Rating Bubble cap tray calculations FRJ

Process FRJ Dual flow Tray Rating Dual flow tray calculations FRI

Process FRI Sieve Tray Rating Sieve cap tray calculations FRI

Process Gatecycle Power plant design and simulation for steady- GE Enter
state and off-design analysis of thermal power
systems.

Process HEXTRAN Heat-transfer simulation and pinch analysis Invensys

Process HISIM. amine The older versin of HYSYS. Seems to be more


reliable
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Table 8-3. Computer Programs Listed By Discipline

Discipline Title Description Vendor

Process HTRI - ACE Thermal design and rating of air-cooled heat HTRI
exchangers

Process HTRI - CST Thermal rating of shell and tube heat exchangers HTRI
(condensers)

Process HTRI - IST Thermal design of shell and tube heat exchangers HTRI

Process HTRI - PHE Thermal rating of pate and frame heat HTRI
exchangers

Process HTRI-RKH Design and rating of kettle and horizontal HTRI


thermosyphon reboilers

Process HTRI - RTF-2 Design and rating of vertical thermosyphon HTRI


reboilers

Process HTRI - ST Thermal design and rating of shell and tube heat HTRI
exchangers (single phase)

Process HTRI - VIB Vibration analysis of heat exchangers HTRI

Process HTRI - Xchanger Suite Thermal design of heat exchangers HTRI

Process iPRSM Pressure Relief Systems Management software Farris


allows centralized safety management from
anywhere in the world

Process KYPipe Steady-state incompressible fluid flow for piping University of


networks and surge analysis Kentucky

Process Line Size Single and Two-phase Line sizing with Access WorleyParsons
datbase capability

Process NATASHA Multi-phase pipeline sizing Fluid Flow


Consultants

Process Norton Packed tower design program

Process PFR-FRNC5 Thermal design and rating of fired equipment

Process PIMS Linear programming for Refinery modeling AspenTech

Process PIPEPHASE Oil and gas multiphase pipeline simulator Invensys

Process PRO/n Steady-state process simulator Invensys

Process PumpSize Single-phase line sizing and pump calculation WorleyParsons


program

Process SizeMaster Mark IV Farris PSV sizing program Farris

Process SULPAK Sulzer design and sizing program for trayed


columns

Process SULSIM SCI Sulfur Plant Simulator Sulsim

Process SULTRAY Tray rating program for Sulzer producs

Process UNITS Unit conversions

Process Visual Flow Design and modeling of safety systems and Invensys
pressure relief networks
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Table 8-3. Computer Programs Listed By Discipline

Title Description Vendor


Discipline
Project Controls InControl Provides a structured environment to collect, WorleyParsons
catalogue, analyze and present information about
the project. Such information includes key
quantities, man-hours, and currency amounts in
budgets, forecasts, commitments, and
expenditures for the project.

Project Controls Primavera P6 Scheduling application for Engineering, Primavera


Procurement, and Construction activities.

Project Controls Project Project Management program Microsoft

Project Controls SmartPIant Materials Integrated material management system. Intergraph


Includes modules for requisitioning, purchasing,
expediting, logistics, field material control, and
pipe material specification.

Interface Management Plan

Managing interfaces between mltiple execution locations involved in design of same facil-
ity is critical and the risk severity, if not managed/coordinated properly may beextreme.

To mitgate the risk WorleyParsons will assign a full time Interface Manager. The Interface
Manager will develop an Interface Plan and actively coordnate all interfaces between
stakeholders.

Project Interface Plan will identify and define each interface location between process units,
non-process units, Utilities, existing refinery, electrical, and Communications. The Interface
Plan will cover thescope of work related to designing the Revamp and Greenfield facilities.
The Plan will be made up of Master Interface Diagrams, Interface Index and applicable dis
cipline drawings detailed with the interface symbol.

Master Interface Diagrams

The Master Interface Diagrams (MID) will present a pictorial representation of the overall
contract and interface philosophy and are not intended to include all interface points which
are referred to in detail in the Interface Index.

Interface Index

The Interface ndices will identify each interface point by a specifc Interface Number, Dis
cipline code, Interface Drawing Number (i.e., P&ID, Civil underground piping plan, Elec
trical one-line and/or layout, etc.), Responsible Contractor ID Number, Contract Number,
and Interface Description.

The Interface Number will consist of a one to four digit number assigned to each Interfac
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Point or mltiple Interface Points within the same geographical rea. Interface Points that
involve mltiple disciplines are given the same Interface Number followed by the applica
ble discipline code.

The Interface Suffix discipline code is a letter designation as follows:


J - Instrumentation; L - Piping; M - Structural; P - Electrical;
R - Building/Architecture; S - Civil; and T - Communication.

Interface Reference Drawings

All Interface Points will be identified on the applicable drawings. The Interface Point
drawing symbol will an oval with the prefx "IP," Interface Point, followed by the unique
Interface Number as defined above, and suffix discipline code as defined above.

FEED Management Systems

Project Controls Systems

The diagram in Figure 8-2 below provides a pictorial overview of the system which in
cludes software for scheduling, progress reporting, cost control, and document control in
tended for application the PROJECT.
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InControl Safety Slatislics & Key:


Inciden! Reporting
(Omnisafs) Direction of
Progress
Project Contracts
Deliverabte Change information
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Figure 8-2. Business Management Systems

Project Controls - Cost, Scheduling, and Project Reporting

The successful management of projects is reliant upon the implementation of effective and
comprehensive Project Management and Project Controls. Planning, scheduling, estimat
ing, and cost control services, as an integrated support to project execution, provide the ve-
hicle to faciltate management decisin making.

The fundamental importance of establishing a strong project control group, within the pro
ject task forc, is fully recognized by WorleyParsons, and the methods for meeting this re
quirement are built into our overall execution strategy.

The project control group will be mobilized immediately upon contract award, with the ini-
tial objectives of servicing the intensive planning and scheduling effort that will be needed
at the start of the project.

A Project Control Manager, reporting directly to the Deputy Project Director, will be as
signed to manage and coordnate all control activities, set priorities and targets, and provide
overall management direction.

The project control group, will oprate from within the dedicated project task forc
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consist of three sub-sections (planning, cost and estimating), each supported by a lead plan
ner, lead cost, and lead estimator selected for their combined technical and management
ability. Together the Project Control Manager and lead will be responsible for all home of
fice and site office control activities.

Throughout the project, the emphasis within the control group will be to provide Manage
ment with accurate current status and future forecast information, with the explicit purpose
of highlighting reas of concern and facilitating decision-making.

Project Controls Software Tools

WorleyParsons uses an integrated management system which incorporates four key soft
ware packages for Project Controls:

Project Costs InControl

Finance/Accounting Focus 6

Procurement/Material Control SmartPIant Materials

Project Planning Primavera P6

Planning and Scheduling Objectives

To provide scheduies from summary to detailed level which optimize expenditure of


time, and reflectthe project contractual obligations.

To provide regular project reports on current status to project management and the
Client, to faciltate management decisin making.

To identify reas of concern and subsequent recovery action to minimize adverse


trends.

Planning and Scheduling Responsibilities

The Revamp FEED Project Manager carries overall responsibihty for achievement of the
Project Schedule.

The Lead Discipline personnel work closely with the planners and are responsible for pro
viding input to the development of the projectschedule.

The Lead Planner is responsible for providing the planning service on the project. He will
report to the Project Control Manager. Hisprimary duties are:

To develop project planning and progress measurement procedures based on Com


pany standards.

Insures that the progress measurement systems of the FEED and EPC Contractors
meet the mnimum requirements of "earned valu system."
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To prepare and maintain the work breakdown structure (WBS) and the level 1/2/3
planning schedule for engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning in
line with contractual mi lesiones.

Collect and audit level 4 planning deliverables from the FEED and EPC Contractors
and summarize this data into the level 1/2/3 scheduies.

To provide cise coordination with the project team with respect to site construction
planning and forthcoming plant tumarounds.

Tosupport the set up of the progress measurement and reporting system for each con
tractor, discipline/craft, by area/module and by deliverable as required.

To identify to management any adverse trends in engineering progress and productiv-


ity, procurement progress, critical path activitiesetc.

To assess impact of potential changes in the scope of work.

To attend and provide accurate reporting data at all progress review meetings.

Planning Hierarchy and Methodology

The project schedule will be produced at various levis of detail to suit the project, as de
fined by the project reporting structure. The mximum levis envisaged are given de
scribed below and shown in Figure 8-3 below. To support this tiered system, at the begin-
ning ofthe project, a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) isagreed to enable the packages of
work and reporting structure to be established. The WBS enables a complex project to be
broken down into small, manageable packages. Schedule and cost reports can be generated
at the lowest level and aggregated for overall reports.

All schedule activities are inputto Primavera and the resulting networks, bar charts, critical
path analysis and reports are used as the primary control tools to control the project sched
ule.

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LEVEL 1 MANAGEMENT SUMMARY SCHEDULE

PROJECT MASTER SCHEDULE

Engineering
LEVEL2

Construction

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ENGINEERING - PROCUREMENT FABRICATION - CONSTRUCTION


LEVEL 3 Detailed Scheduies Detailed Scheduies

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DOCUMENT MATERIAL SUBCONTRACT

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Figure 8-3. Scheduling Hierarchy

Level 1 - Management Summary Schedule

Aone-page project summary schedule intended to provide both Client and WorleyPar
sons' management with an executive status of the project schedule. The schedule is
based upon the agreed Level 2 schedule and the Contract Milestones.

Level 2 - Project Master Schedule

The Level 2 Schedule serves as the basis for establishing, monitoring, and controlling
engineering, procurement, and construction activities by WBS rea and work pack-
age/subcontract. It confirms the planning strategy and provides the parameters for
more detailed planning at lower levis.

During the early stages of the project, emphasis is given to construction driven sched
uling to establish targets for engineering document releases and equipment/material de-
liveries to site. In this schedule, the activities are logically linked and the critical and
sub-critical paths are identified. Construction schedule requirements determine pur
chase order dates, delivery spans for major equipment, sequential deliveries, and sub
contractor activities. As the project moves to the feld, definitive construction sched
uies are established and given to the feld scheduler for administration.

Following management approvals, the Project Master Schedule is distributed to all


managers and key personnel in the project team and the functional engineering depart-
ments to ensure that all concerned are fully aware of the target dates for engineering,
procurement, and construction activities.

Once fnalized the Project Master Schedule is issued as a baseline plan against wh
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progress and performance is measured

Level 3 / Level 4 - Detailed Working Scheduies

The Level 3 and Level 4 Scheduies are typically created and maintained by the various
FEED and EPC Contractors based on WBS requirements established by the Lead Pro
jectScheduler. The data from these scheduies will be collected by WorleyParsons and
imported into the Project Master Schedule on a monthly basis. These Level 3 & 4
scheduies help to further define the Level 2 schedule and demnstrate the attainability
of major project milestones. It is a detailed logic diagram, based on standard disci-
pline/trade activities, that defines primary relationships within a discipline and the re
quired interfaces with other disciplines or groups, such as procurement and construc
tion.

Planning Computer Systems

Primavera P6 is used as a standard network-planning package. Microsoft Excel and Access


are often used to compliment Primavera in terms of graphics and the storing of historical
progress data.

Progress Measurement

WorleyParsons will ensure that all the FEED contractors utilize progress measurement sys
tems that meet minimal standards of an "earned valu" system. Progress is to be measured
using the task management principies. Status is based on the physical accomplishment of
work or deliverables and is represented by a percent complete established by the comple
tion of predetermined milestones.

At regular intervals, not less than monthly, physical progress is reported to the PMC by all
contractors (against the baseline plan). The WorleyParsons Scheduling team will then col-
late this data into the Master Project Schedule in order to prepare level 1 & level 2 sched
uies for inclusin in the Monthly Project Progress Report.

An analysis of the current schedule against the baseline schedule, as well as progress and
current equipment and material jobsite delivery information will indcate potential problem
reas. Emphasis will be placed on critical and sub-critical paths and the planner will assess
the potential impact on downstream activities. The analysis may be supported by a spe-
cialty schedule developed to give emphasis or afford added detail to critical reas or proc-
esses.

Cost Control System - InControl - PMC Service Cost Control System

WorleyParsons uses InControl as its preferred Project control and reporting application to
track PMC service costs. InControl is a proprietary Project control software application in
widespread use within the WorleyParsons organization.
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InControl is amodular system comprising the following integrated modules:


Project Control Module - central module for collection and reporting of cost, pro
gress and forecast final cost data;

Progress Update Module - for entering the progress (% complete) of deliverable or


tasks;

Change Management Module - for the generation and management of all change re
quests and utilized to manage any adjustments to the budget once abaseline has been
set;

Contracts Management Module - for the control and management of actual costs,
committed costs, variations and invoices for subcontracts and purchase orders where
required;

Reporting Module - comprehensive reporting of actual costs and progress, eamed


valu (% and cost) and forecast final cost for the project.

Critical cost parameters that are maintained in InControl include:


Budget Costs: Budget costs are prepared at the WBS level and identify all labor and
non-labor costs associated with the completion of the activity. The Budgets are de
veloped within InControl and costs identified at the resource level. Budget informa
tion can be exchanged with the finance system to enable detailed cost reporting at the
transaction or line item level.

Committed Costs: Commitments for both labor and non-labor costs are Consolidated
within InControl for management reporting purposes.

Actual Costs: Actual costs are controlled and reported for all labor and non-labor ex
pendiere. Labor expenditure is based on the cumulative man-hours recorded through
the electronic time writing system. Non-labor costs include other PMC service costs
associated with the PROJECT, including labor-based sub-contracts where applicable,
procured items, and contracted work again where applicable. This data can be en
tered into the finance system and imported to InControl.

Forecast Costs: The forecast cost at completion for each WBS will be monitored and
reported continuously throughout the Project. Forecast will be based on anticipated
final man-hours, and their associated cost, for labor based components, or anticipated
final costs for procured items, subcontract services or other Project expenses.
WorleyParsons uses InControl's extensive library of pre-configured report tmplales, and
the Project WBS activity codes, to sort, group and filter information for reporting against
any coding convention that has been specifed. This allows the team to view both summary
information, and to analyze in more detail, performance or forecast information for specifj^
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reas of the Project.

Change Management

Management ofchange is critical. All potential changes from original scope ofwork shall
be brought to the Project Controls Manager's attention as soon as they are identified.
Changes to the project scope or changes to an agreed design shall be identified, evaluated,
and communicated in accordance with the WorleyParsons Management of Project Change
Procedure. No work will commence on any variations until formal approval is received
from the client.

The identification of deviations to the work and the subsequent conversin into changes to
the budget, plans, and forecast are extremely critical factors in the ultmate commercial and
schedule success of all projects. Aproject change is any deviation from the current scope,
execution, quantification, or planned use ofresources. The project must effectively identify
change in order to manage the change and the ongoing work. The project team must fulfill
the following objectives:

Identify all changes early - scope development, performance, planning etc.

Provide a simple process that allows anyone on a project to identify a potential


change.

Increase management planning and control of projects

Expedite the resolution of change impacts

Ensure that the Project Control System is maintained to provide the current scope,
forecast, and plans on an ongoing basis.

Progress Reports

Weekly progress reports will be prepared in accordance with WorleyParsons guidelines


formats and conten. Friday will be the cut-off period for the weekly report, with transmit-
tal to SORESCO by Tuesday ofthe following week. The weekly report will consist ofa
concise write up, the status ofall deliverables (generated through InControl), and graphic
representation ofthe eamed progress against the baseline.

The monthly report will be prepared in accordance with WorleyParsons guidelines for for
mat and conten. The last Friday of each month will be the cut-off day for the monthly re
porting period. The monthly report will be transmitted to Saudi Aramco on the second Fri
day after the cut-off Friday. The monthly report will consist ofaconcise write up, the status
ofall deliverables (generated through InControl), and graphic representation ofthe eamed
progress against the baseline.

Reports will typical include:


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Executive Summary Narrative


Safety Statistics
Detailed Project Status
Planning Narrative identifying major achievements, critical reas, trends etc.
Progress S-curves
Manpower Histograms
Procurement Status
Document Status
Project Issues and Concerns
Level 1and 2 scheduies, which are updated based on a roll-up ofprogress data from
the Level 3 schedule

Estimating

WorleyParsons utilizes two basic systems for preparation of capital cost estimates. Icarus is
a third party system (now called K-Base) which is marketed by Aspen Tech. WorleyPar
sons has used it for years as amethod to estimate where detailed engineering information is
not available. WorleyParsons just completed an estimate for amajor Saudi Aramco project
using the K-base estimating system. The system contains its own databases for all disci
plines and can provide very detailed information regarding the cost of the facility. The
critical aspect when using the Icarus (K-Base) system is to realize and understand that
where engineering information is not available, the system will fail back to its standard da
tabases to complete the estimate. WorleyParsons estimating staff are all Icarus users and
understand the system well. They take the necessary precautions to assure that the estimate
produced is consistent with the quality ofthe information in the system.
WorleyParsons also maintains its own Spreadsheet Estimating System, which is used when
we are required to produce aDefinitive Quality Estimate. This system depends on detailed
engineering information, usually actual takeoff, and produces a more defined and higher
quality estimate. The system's databases are actual WorleyParsons historical data, which is
updated regularly to be as current as we can make it.

The specifc estimating tool that we apply is based on the type of estimate. The chart in
Figure 8-4, Standard Estimate Types, defines WorleyParsons' estimate classifcation and the
engineering producs necessary to satisfy each category. It also provides the percent com
plete necessary toequate to a certain level ofestimate accuracy.

Obviously, not all estimates are compliant with the standard as shown in the chart on the
next page. When detailed information is not all available, then we identify specifcally
what we don't have and through the use ofhistorical data (or the Icarus System), we de
velop the estimate. The estimate of contingency required to achieve the required quality is
therefore very important. WorleyParsons use asystem called "At Risk" for this purpose. It
isa Monte Cario Technique system, which allows for the input of+/- vales on to accounts
in the estimate. The system then produces a report, which defines the contingency neces
sary to be added to the estimate to achieve the quality and probability of meeting the esti-,

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mate valu at projectconclusin.

20% 40% 60% 80%


Engineering Percent-Complete
(StartofEngineering to Mechanical Completion)

Enquiry Documenl / Drafl Contract


General Client Specificatjons_
Products / Units / Capacity / Site Location
Detailed Project Scope Description
Project Master Schedule / Work Breakdown Structure
Local SuneyData (Construction / Engineering!/Transportation and Material Supply)
Site Survey & Soils Report
Overall Plot Plans (MainInfrastructure Shown)
Project Execution Plan / Strategy
Subcontract / Procurement and Buy-Qut Plan / Strategy
Construction Execution Plan / Strategy
Risk Management Plan and Tax Avoidance Strategy
Basic Process Design / PFD's
Sized Equipment List
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2Q Equipment DataSheets (^chanical)
Process and Instrument Diagrams (P&IDs)
Budget/Telephone Quotes for Majority ofEquipment andMaterials
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Fxed Price Quotes for Majority of Equipment and Materials
ActualPurchase Orders(orMajority of Equipment and Materials
Topography Details / General Site PrepDrawings
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Cut and Fill anH^j"^ Rarjamation MTO yolumesJWith Spoil Heap Locations
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Major Foundations / Structures, Sketches and MTO
Road, Paving, UG Services, Fencmg and Fmishes Layouts
o H Building MatrixJShCM^^es^Types)
Building Plans / HVAC Functional Specification
Overall Line LisU Tie In List
Equipment Layouts / Piping Models MTO
Line Shoots / Layouts/ Isometric Sketches (Major Lines)
Piping MaterialClassrficajions
Detailed Piping, Valve and Insulation MTO - Not inModel MTO
Control Philosophy
Singleline Diagrams andOverall Load Scheduies
Instrument Index / Tagged Component MTO / Cable andConduit Schedule
Lighting / Grounding and Cable Routing Layouts
Major Control System and ElectricaTEquiprnent Requirements
DetailedElectrical and InstrumentationMTO
ShippingWeights and Rates
OpOTtjng Material and Spare Parts Requirements
Construction Equipment Requirements
Temporary FacilityLayouts / Requirements
OrganisationCharts (Fieldand Home Office)
0 ra Home Office Engineering Manhours by Discipline
.52 ManpowerScheduies (Fieldand Home Office)
Assigned PersonnelTerms&Conditions
Expenditure / Commitment Cashflows
Agents Fee Agreements
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All Project Insurance andBond / Guarantee Requirements
Ucence FeeandRoyaity Requirements
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Figure 8-4. Standard Estimate Types

In order for the system to be effective, WorleyParsons assigns an independent snior level
estimator to interview the engineers, project staff and the estimating staff to determine the
+/- vales for each account. This person serves to remove estimating bias and provides a
clearer and more realistic evaluation of the upsides and downsides of each account.

WorleyParsons reviews this output internally and with our client to assure all are on board
before a contingency valu is selected. Escalation will be applied when a project schedule
requires it. Vales are based on available data from the industry and from various current
publications. When engineering is far enough along, vendor quotations are solicited.
These could be budgetary quality or defnitive quality dependent upon engineering percent
complete. We use our own historical data for equipment pricing when engineering is not far
enough to solicit quote from suppliers.

Document Control Systems

WorleyParsons will use the SmartPIant Foundation (SPF) Electronic Document Manage
ment System (EDMS) for control ofall documentation produced on the project. SPF is
primarily used by the document control group to store, manage, and distribute project
documents and associated transmitais. SPF manages the full assortment of project docu
ments and deliverables including drawings, data sheets, specifications, requisitions, supplier
data, QC reports, construction reports, and project correspondence. These may be in either
scanned or native file format.

The project-specific requirement for numbering, reviewing, approving, distributing, and fil-
ing project documents will be established at the start ofthe work. SPF is presently set-up to
utilize the WorleyParsons' Document Numbering System (EMS procedure EPP-0040), and
can be modified to accommodate the Client numbering system.

SharePoint Web Interface will be used to access the project documents stored in SPF from
the field or client offices and are defined below.

Knowledge Sharing Application - Microsoft SharePoint

WorleyParsons use the generic Microsoft SharePoint application extensively. This scalable
server-based software is deeply integrated with Microsoft Office and aliows simple access
to shared documents and files through highly-configurable web portis. Authorized users
can access SharePoint documents using their web browser, either internally via the Worley
Parsons LAN/WAN or externally via the internet.

Aproject SharePoint portal can be set up so that documents can be seamlessly accessed by
all project participants (main offices, remote offices, clients, sub-contractors, vendors, etc.)
with appropriate authorization. This aliows individual project team members to leverage
relevant information across the various entities and locations to help them to work more ef
ficiently.
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Construction Site Logistics and Temporary Facilities

As FEED progresses, the EPC Contracting Strategy is developed; the WorleyParsons Con
struction Manager will oversee the process of designing the Site Utilization Drawing. The
purpose of this drawing will be to assign temporary facility reas to each of the EPC Con
tractors.

Each assigned rea will be sized to reflect the relative scopes of work. Space will be as
signed to provide for material and equipment lay down, work shops, fabrication reas, pre-
assembly reas, site office reas, canteens for mid day meis, and parking reas for buses,
trucks and construction equipment. Fuel storage reas will be determined and safety and
environmental requirements defined.

An important element of the site logistics will be planning and managing the transportadon
ofthe construction work forc from their camps to the work sites. As the work scopes de
velop, manpower estimates will be generated. Transportation of craftsmen to their respec
tive work sites will be understood and plans and routes created. WorleyParsons under-
stands that many ofthe craftsmen will be working in sites near, but remote from the Refin
ery plot. Those work shops, fabrication reas, and equipment service reas will be careflly
located to mitgate any traffic constraints in or adjacent to the Refinery. Other measures
that may be taken can include adjusting work start times and break and meal times and loca
tions.

Emergency service and evacuation routes will be designated throughout the construction r
eas. These routes will be identified as emergency routes and traffic, parking and blockages
careflly controlled. In addition, any required traffic deviations or controls necessary due
to heavy hauls or critical lifts will be managed and communicated throughout the construc
tion site to all contractors. These steps will be taken to improve safety and efficiency ofthe
contractors. The Construction Manager as part ofthe PMC takes the lead initiating overall
project construction services. He will be supported by Construction Specialists that will
provide construction input to the PMC during the (FEED) phase, including carrying out
constructability reviews, manpower studies, construction temporary facilities planning, rig-
ging studies, milestone scheduies that identify long lead items critical to the overall con
struction schedule, a contracting strategy plan, a procurement plan for EPC contract bid
preparation including assisting with construction contract procurement.

RECOPE Revamp FEED Manpower


Based on the proposed WorleyParsons participation on the RECOPE Revamp, Figure 8.5 is
presented for the FEED Personnel as shown on the Organization Charts.

RECOPE Revamp Site Support Manpower


Based on the proposed Revamp Project Execution Plan, Figure 8-6 is presented for Site
Support by discipline.
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FEED Schedule Information


WorleyParsons has reviewed the PROJECT requirements provided in the SORESCO docu
ments. Based on this information, we present an initial FEED Schedule Level 2(Figure 8-
7). This initial FEED Schedule shows major activities, key milestones, engineering disci
pline activity durations/completion dates, and key Project Control deliverables.
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Job No.: TBD


Soresco Company Revisin:
Puerto Limn. Costa Rica Refinery Revamp / Expans on

RECOPE Revamp Site Support

Total
Est
Manhours
ame Comments So urce M-1 M-2 M-3 M-4 ii-a M -GM-7 M-8 M-9 Manhours
Code Month s
9 1560
Monrovia 1
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9 1560
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9 1560
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Englresrs - Elctrica China
9 1560
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9 1560
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Figure 8-6. Revamp Site Support Manpower Plan

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Long-Lead Procurement tems


To ensure mnimum impact to the project critical path during the EPC phase ofthe project,
WorleyParsons will carry out a market review of the equipment delivery dates during the
FEED phase to identify ifthe long-lead equipment (LLE).

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Exhibit Bl - PMC Execution Plan


Introduction
The WorleyParsons Project Execution Plan (PEP) for the Moin Refinery Expansin and
Modernization Project (PROJECT) is predicated upon utilization of an Integrated Project
Management Team (IPMT) to manage the PROJECT over its lifecycle from the FEED to
handover to RECOPE Operations for start-up.

This PROJECT will be a significant project executed on a global basis, drawing upon inter-
national licensors, contractors, and manufacturers in Asia, Europe, and USA. As a result,
the SORESCO IPMT must be staffed with high levis of experience and expertise to effi
ciently managethis widely-dispersed project through its life.

This PEP is structuredto meet the requirements of the SORESCO ITB including the FEED
Scope of Work, the Project Management Contractor (PMC) Scope of Work, and Proforma
Agreement Parts A and B. The first section of the PEP describes the PMC work and the
second section describes the FEED work, which will be self-performed by WorleyParsons.
Later these two PEP sections can be modified and inserted into the Proforma Agreement
Parts A and B exhibits.

Scope of Work
Refinery Work Scope

RECOPE, Costa Rica's Refinery Company, has only one existing 25,000 BPSD refinery lo-
cated at Puerto Limn, Costa Rica that was completed in 1967. RECOPE will be responsi
ble for revamping the existing refinery. SORESCO, a RECOPE/CNODC 50/50 joint ven-
ture, will be responsible for installing the new process units. The PROJECT is comprised
of two distinct scopes of work: revamp the existing 25,000 BSPD refinery and expanding
the current refinery to produce 60,000 BSPD (Greenfield ISBL/OSBL). SORESCO pro
vided a copy of the Feasibility Study Report as a reference document for the Refinery Work
Scope.

The Refinery Work Scope includes a total of 14 Greenfield process units, mltiple Green
field OSBL reas, two Brownfield existing process units, and other Brownfield reas identi
fied in the following Table 8-1.

Table 8-1. Refinery Work Scope

1Greenfield ISBL
ADU Existing ADU Control Room

Kerosene HDT Existing VDU Tank Farm

First Loading Catalyst Diesel HDT Fiares

Tank Farm Substation Delayed Coker Cold Storage

Central Lab Hydrocracker Chemical Facilities


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Table 8-1. Refinery Work Scope

1 Greenfield ISBL
Water Intake Works Hydrogen Plant Boilers

Pipelines for Water Gas /LPG Treatment Unit Cooling Water

Fire Fighting Garage SWS Unit Raw Water Treatment

Warehouses Amine Regeneration Unit Waste Water Treatment

Maintenance Sulfur Recovery Unit Fire Water Pump Station

Labor Safety and Hygiene Naphtha HDT Drainage System

CCR DM Water Station

Isomerization Unit Substations

PSA Telecom

Air Systems
Buildings/Camps

WorleyParsons Scope of Services

SORESCO has provided the Scope of Work (SOW) for PMC and FEED in two seprate
documents. The scope of work consists of PMC and Brownfield (Revamp) FEED services
on a cost reimbursable basis and Greenfield (ISBL/OSBL) FEED on a lump sum services
basis. The SOW for PMC and FEED are consistent with traditional PMC and FEED re-
sponsibilities, activities, and deliverables starting in FEED and continuing through commis
sioning. The SOW also requires aTraining Plan for refinery operations ofthe modified and
expanded facilities.

The SORESCO provided FSR indicates that Chnese technologies will be used for most of
the process units except the CCR and Isomerization units. However per the September 9,
2011 meeting minutes, the WorleyParsons FEED execution plan will be edited to include
provisin to assess and recommend process licensors for all licensed units, based on Wor
leyParsons licensor experience and data bases (full process analysis may be an additional
service to be added following analysis by the Process teams), without limiting the compa
nies to China based origin. The schedule impact will be refined and addressed during the
first 30 day plan. The technology selection for the CCR between UOP and Axens can be
considered after discussion with SORESCO on cost and schedule implications. In addition
to the CCR and Isomerization, the hydrotreaters, hydrocracker, delayed coker, sulfur plant
and tail gas treating units will be analyzed without limit to Chinese technologies. Technol
ogy selection and expediting the respective process design package are critical technically
as well as sensitiveschedule issues. The FEED will also require a process validation of the
selected process case and an economic evaluation of an earlier Palm Oil Study.

The FEED work also includes procurement of identified long lead equipment, based on de
livery, technology sensitive information, and vendor data. Since the project schedule is
very aggressive, we anticpate more procurement involvement prior to the award to the se-
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lected EPC Contractor.

The FEED works includes preparation ofan EPC Contractor bid package and undertake the
whole bid process, including bidders list, prequalification, inquiry document development,
public bid announcement, technical and commercial evaluation, final bid recommendation,
and final bid award.

3 PMC Project Execution Plan


The Moin Refinery Expansin and Modernization Project will be executed by an Integrated
Project Management Team (IPMT) holding management responsibility for all phases and
aspects of the project, including management ofsafety and quality to defined standards,
minmizing project cost and schedule, execution of all contracting and procurement, and
meeting targeted SORESCO objectives. The IPMT has overall responsibility to manage the
FEED and EPC Contractor's work in their design offices and at the construction site. The
WorleyParsons project team will be part ofthis IPMT in a PMC role under the overall di
rection of the SORESCO Project Director. The PMC activities will be in accordance with
intemational petroleum industry standards and practices as well as the WorleyParsons es
tablished practices for engineering, procurement, construction, and project management.

The PMC role will coverthe management of these elements of the project:

Front-End Engineering Design work (self-performed by WorleyParsons)


EPC Contractor work
Procurement

Construction
Commissioning
As builts
Training (Refinery Operations)

The WorleyParsons IPMT members will be responsible for management ofall aspects of
the PROJECT, from the Process Design Phase through Pre-commissioning. Key success
factors for the PROJECT are as follows:

Support rapid mobilization of personnel to the IPMT.

Assist in developing the Project Execution Plan and overall Project Contracting Strat
egy.

Selection and expediting Licensors and Process Design Package-providers.

Mobilize the WorleyParsons PMT to effectively manage the front-end design, LLE
procurement, and EPC tendering.

Provide onsite management of EPC Contractors in detailed design and procurement of


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Transition from the EPC Contractor's offices to the Limn jobsite to support IPMT
construction through onsite field engineering, contract administration support, materi
als management, quality management, HSE, etc.

Support RECOPE Operations in Commissioning and Performance Testing, as required.

This PEP is prepared to comply with the SORESCO PROJECT EXECUTION SCHED
ULE, which identifies the major project activities. WorleyParsons has reviewed the sched
ule and has expanded some of the project activities. The WorleyParsons Project Execution
Schedule is shown in Figures 8-1. This overall schedule is very aggressive in the duration
of the FEED activities, in the bid/award duration of the ECP Contract and in the duration of
construction based on available infrastructure and labor to support construction. This PEP
is very challenging, and we look forward to working with SORESCO to meet their objec
tives.

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The Moin Refinery Expansin and Modernization Project will be undertaken by Worley
Parsons International, Inc. (WPII) for out of country services. The project work will be
executed using three WorleyParsons offices in addition to the EPC Contractors offices and
the Moin Refinery. The three execution offices are WorleyParsons Western Operations,
WorleyParsons China, and the WorleyParsons Colombia for the out-of-country services.
Upon award of this FEED/PMC contract, WorleyParsons Intemational plans to open a
WorleyParsons Costa Rica, S.A. for performance of n-country services.

WorleyParsons intends to subcontract work for preparation of the Training Plan to support
RECOPE and for preparation of a manual for authority, customs, and local society coordi
nation procedures.

The WorleyParsons organization charts for the IPMT are provided in Section 4 of the pro-
posal. The organization charts are structured to show the WorleyParsons participation in
the SORESCO IPMT at the three different phases of the contract work. This PEP describes
the three phases of the contract work as follows: Phase I FEED (WorleyParsons offices),
Phase II EPC Contractor (EP offices), and Phase III EPC Contractor (Site). Section 4 also
provides the roles and responsibilities of key personnel and a list of key personnel. Re
sumes of key personnel are provided with the Technical Proposal in a separately-bound Re
sume Appendix.

In addition to the IPMT organization charts, we provide in Section 4 organizationcharts for


the SORESCO Contract Structure, the WorleyParsons Greenfield Project Overall Organiza
tion, the WorleyParsons Typical Project Management Team for FEED Phase, and the Wor
leyParsons Typical Engineering Management Team for FEED Phase.

Project Locations

The WorleyParsons staff will be assembled from a collection of personnel from Monrovia,
Beijing, Qingdao, and Colombia to execute the FEED and support the PROJECT through
start-up and final documentation. PMC work locations will include Beijing, San Jos, Li
mn, Monrovia (WorleyParsons revamp team in the USA), and EPC Contractor's offices,
based on the awarded of EPC contracts.

The PEP is based on sharing work between the WorleyParsons resources in Monrovia, Bei
jing, Colombia. The workshare process will follow the normal WorleyParsons Work Pack
age method that has been successfully used on previous projects. Section 14 contains a de
scription of the WorleyParsons workshare process.

Adequate onsite management presence is a key lesson-learned from execution of large pro-
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jects, and WorleyParsons recommends the IPMT be very aggressive in mobilization of its
staffing to the EPC Contractor's offices. Another lesson-leamed is continuity of personnel
throughout the project, and this is an rea upon which WorleyParsons places a high empha
sis. We plan to staffthe EPC Phase II and III with resources involved in FEED to retain
continuity of staff throughout the program.

Project Initiation

Upon PMC contract award, very high near-term priorities will be mobilization of personnel
to the IPMT and formation of a 90-day work plan. This 90-day work plan will identify mo-
bilization/start-up tasks to be addressed on a priority basis. The following activities are
considered high priority:

Support rapid mobilization of personnel to the IPMT, and begin immediate develop
ment of critical documents.

Conduct a Project Kick-off Meeting with all stakeholders to achieve the SORESCO
objectives.

Develop a detailed PEP for FEED.

Conduct team building and alignment workshops to effectively intgrate the


SORESCO and WorleyParsons IPMT members.

Prepare plan for License Technology and Process Design Packages.

Develop an EPC Contracting Strategy and Plan.

Develop a Contracting Plan for Costa Rica Consultant on local authority, codes, and
standards.

Develop a Contracting Plan for Training to support refinery operations.

Prepare a budget for IPMT and FEED activities.

Prepare Master Project Schedule.

Prepare a FEED Execution Schedule.

Develop and issue Project Procedures Manual.

Developa plan for Project Specific Specifications.

* Develop an Interface Management Plan.

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Develop a Health, Safety and Environmental (HSE) Plan.

Determine Financial Accounting System to collect and report expenditures and com-
mitments, contract compliance requirements to approve subcontractor and supplier in
voices for payment, procedures to be adopted for payment of contractor and vendor in
voices.

Project Management Teams

The FEED Phase is clearly a key stage to the success of the PROJECT. The FEED Phase
involves production of a large volume of deliverables, and includes development and issue
of a number of documents that will govern how the PROJECT will be managed and exe
cuted over its project life. Project Management Teams (PMTs) will be assigned responsi
bility for a group of process units. As shown on the organization charts, we plan to have a
Project Manager for Greenfield FEED and a Project Manager for Revamp FEED. The
Greenfield Project Manager will have two Project Management Teams for ISBL and OSBL
FEED, located in Beijing, and the Revamp Project Managerwill handle modifications to all
existing facilities, located in Monrovia. In Costa Rica we will have a design team to sup
port gathering field information and confirming existing design conditions in support of
FEED.

The PMT(s) will self-perform FEED activities on a lump sum basis for Greenfield reas
(ISBL/OSBL) and on a cost reimbursable basis for Revamp and all reas outside the
Greenfield battery limits. The FEED Execution Plan, later in this PEP, describes in more
detail the FEED activities.

During FEED we will select the technology providers either licensor designs or open art
designs. A challenging management issue will be the fact that each licensor has a different
standard of definition and completion of Process Design Package (PDP) deliverables. To
achieve a consistent and common baseline to begin FEED, we will stipulate the exact deliv
erables required of each PDP-provider. Each PMT will ensure each PDP provider develops
its designs to a consistent level of completion and ensure a thorough level of integration
prior to start of FEED.

While Process PDP(s) are being developed, each PMT will formlate its strategy and plans
to execute FEED activities. As the licensor and open art process design package informa
tion is received, staffingof each PMT will increase, refiecting the increase in activity of the
overall project. Expanding from possibly only the Project Manager and key process engi
neers) duringthe Process Design Phase, each PMT will add staff in engineering, procure
ment and contracting, cost and scheduling, estimating, HSE, QM, etc.

Interface Management

The size, nature, and complexity of the PROJECT will, by necessity, crate numerous inter
faces to be managed by the Interface Managers. The Interface Managers will be the re
sponsible interface between the different licensors and PDP providers, between FEED
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PMTs, between mltiple EPC Contractors, and between all contractors at the site. Conse-
quently, the IPMT must be an organization that communicates efficiently to manage these
numerous interfaces effectively. Thus, the FEED Organization Chart shows an Interface
Project Manager reporting to the Deputy Project Director and supporting the PMT activi
ties.

Interface Management will be a significant key to success. For projects of this size and
complexity, WorleyParsons has had continued success by formalizing the process to man
age interfaces (both internal and external) and by appointment of a dedicated Interface
Management Team. Technical and organizational interfaces will be created whenever there
is a contractual, execution, or legal requirement to be fulfilled between the IPMT and others
throughout the project. Ifthe project goals are to be met, successful management ofthese
interfaces ismandatory. Key elements ofsuccessful interface management will include:

Identification of interfaces and the issues to be addressed

For each key interface, establish the roles and responsibilities ofthe parties involved.

Establish the systems, policies, standards, procedures, and practices that apply to the
interface.

Communicate the interface requirements and results to all parties involved and docu
ment these results to the IPMT.

Section 8.4 of this PEP provides a brief description of the Interface Management process
that will be tailored to the specifc requirements of this PROJECT.

Project Standards

Early in the FEED Phase, the IPMT will begin development ofProject Standards, and this
activity should be completed to support procurement of long lead equipment (LLE) and
preparation ofthe EPC bid package. The Project Standards should be comprehensive to
ensure uniformity of design and equipment selection across the project. These Standards
will start with Chnese standards and reflect the appropriate requirements of International
Standards. Additionally, Costa Rica local requirements will be reviewed and incorporated
into the Project Standards, as appropriate. ACosta Rica Engineering subcontractor will be
selected to provide input to these Project Standards.

Contracting Strategy

Within the first months after IPMT mobilization, the IPMT must address and finalize the
project contracting strategy and plan for the EPC Contractor. The Contracting Plan should
be in-place well before the start ofcompleting FEED deliverables. Developing this Plan is
critical, and it must consider the intemational engineering and construction industry level of
activity, and the number of onshore and offshore contractors capable of executing the
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EPC Tendering

Early in FEED, the IPMT must address a number of matters regarding its contracting plan,
including terms and conditions to be used in each contract, the strategy related to Parent
Company Guarantees, Letters of Credit, Performance Bonds, contract payment provisions
related to achieving pre-determined milestones, HSE reporting procedures, etc.

As FEED approaches approximately 12-15% complete, the IPMT will begin preparing the
technical scope of work to be included in each EPC tender package. Each PMT will have
primary management responsibility for its technical scope of work.

The IPMT Procurement Organization will be responsible for overall assembly of each ten
der package, although PMT Project Management, Engineering, and Construction will also
take a very active role in this process.

Consistent with the SORESCO Contracting Strategy, the IPMT will prequalify the EPC
contractors. The IPMTwill manage all aspects related to EPC tendering. Specifically, an
IPMT Contracts Manager will be the focal point for all Communications with the bidders to
ensure the integrity of the tendering process. The Contracts Manager will receive questions
from bidders and route these queries to relevant IPMT personnel for resolution. The Con
tract Manager will transmit responses to all bidders' questions. Time is of the essence dur
ing each tender, so the IPMT should attempt to respond to each question in no more than
five working days.

All contracts will be evaluated in strict compliance with tendering procedures developed by
the IPMT Procurement group. These procedures will identify how each bid will be evalu
ated, both commercially and technically. WorleyParsons recommends dedicated evaluation
teams for each EPC bid, given their size and complexity. IPMT snior management will
have the final review of recommendations by the evaluation team before sending the rec
ommendation to the IPMT Project Director for approval.

Procurement Long Lead Equipment (LLE)

Similar to management of EPC tendering, the IPMT Procurement Organization will be re


sponsible for tendering and award of long lead equipment. The IPMT Procurement group
will coordnate with each PMT Project Manager to identify LLE for each process unit, and
to then contact potential manufacturers to verify the estimated delivery cycles.

PMT personnel will manage tendering, negotiation, and award of all LLE during FEED.
Each LLE purchase order will have provisions allowing the IMPT to assign the purchase
order to the relevant EPC Contractor. WorleyParsons recommends that the EPC Contractor
assume responsibility of the LLE as the basis of their contract award. LLE technical
evaluation will be undertaken by the respective PMT, and the commercial evaluation will
be performed at the Procurement Organization. For process units requiring "like kind"
LLE, IPMT procurement personnel will coordnate these requirements across mltiple
PMT's to tender and award these similar items in a common purchase order, if possible.
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Section 8.9 of this PEPprovides a listof potential LLE by equipment type and process unit.

Project Procedures

As a major International Contractor, WorleyParsons has extensive project procedures that


govern every aspect of our activities, and our procedures have been proven in the E&C in
dustry overthe last thirty years. For brevty, theTable of Contents of our Procedure Library
follows:

Table 8-2. Procedure Library Contents

Title

Section 01 Introduction and Overview

Section 02 Project Overview


Section 03 Project Execution Plan Preparation Guide
Section 04 Contract

Section 05 Project Startup


Section 06 Project Organization and Responsibilities
Section 07 Project Coordination and Administration
Section 08 Document Management
Section 09 Project Controls
Section 10 Engineering
Section 11 Materials Management

Section 12 Construction

Section 13 Safety, Health, and Environmental


Section 14 Quality Assurance and Quality Control
Section 15 Change Management
Section 16 Divisin of Responsibility
Section 17 Accounting and Billing
Section 18 Project Permits and Licenses
Section 19 Project Closeout

Each major rea contains detailed procedures relating to activities within that discipline.
These procedures will be modified as appropriate for this project and will be submitted for
SORESCO approval.

Project Permitting Plan

Soon after mobilization the IPMT will discuss the status of the Project Permitting Plan.
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The IPMT will identify the FEED deliverables that support the Permitting Plan and will es
tablish the dates the information will be issued. WorleyParsons will also review the EIA
Report to ensure the design will be in compliance with the requirements.

Cost Estimating

Early in FEED the IPMT will oversee development of a 10% cost estimate for the PRO
JECT. This estimate will be issued near the end of FEED, this deliverable will be prepared
and submitted to SORESCO prior to the opening of the EPC proposals. The Estimating
group will prepare an Estimate Plan Basis to establish the methods, factors, engineering in-
puts, construction inputs, labor relations historical inputs and a schedule of activities. The
Estimate will follow the Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) to ensure comparison to each
EPC Contractor Package.

Contingency for each estimate will be developed using a Monte Cario probabilistic tech-
nique, where the cost for each major component of the estimate will be assessed based upon
a perceived accuracy range by those most familiar with the details of each process unit and
contract package scope.

Early Construction

The WorleyParsons is prepared to assist SORESCO to develop and particpate in an Early


Construction Plan. We recognize that the Greenfield facilities may require design, pro
curement, subcontracts, and construction activities to support site preparation and overall
infrastructure improvements for construction related activities. We have knowledge and
experience staff to assess existing conditions and establish a Plan for Early Construction.
The SORESCO overall schedule shows construction activities prior to the award of EPC
Contractors and we would like the opportunity to discuss the PMC services that we can
provide.

EPC Contractor Phase II / Phase III

Duringthe Phases II and III, the IPMT will continu with of the overall management struc
ture developed during Phase I. In Phase II the IPMT management centre will reside in the
EPC Contractors office and will eventually transition to the construction. Upon the award
of EPC contracts, the selected IPMT and PMT members will transition to the EPC Contrac
tor office. The staffing of the IPMT will depend on the number of EPC Contractors and
their location. WorleyParsons has initially assumed one EPC Contractor. Selection of ml
tiple EPC Contracts may increase IMPT staffing, refiective of the increased level of activity,
project expenditure rate, and the number of physical locations where project activities will
be underway. The IPMT will have the responsibility of quality, HSE, schedule, and cost
management of their EPC Contractor. Some IMPT/PMT personnel will gradually transition
from the EPC offices to the jobsite, following the natural progression of the project. Con
tinuation of the PMT responsibility for designated process reas will continu into the
Phase II and III, depending on the project requirements.

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EPC Engineering and Procurement

The IMPT will manage all the EPC Contractor's work in the contractor's office and at the
construction site per the identified responsibilities consistent with the SORESCO PMC
Scope ofWork document and the WorleyParsons PMC procedures. These responsibilities
will include review and approval of EPC contractor drawings, participation in HAZOP's at
70% design completion, review and approval ofdata sheets and procurement specifications,
participation in process control system design, monitoring engineering progress, manage
ment oversightof their QM audit activities, etc.

IPMT Procurement personnel will perform oversight of the EPC contractor's procurement
activities, ensuring purchasing is undertaken in concert with the EPC contract, the SORES
CO Approved Manufacturera List (AML), the Quality Control Plan, the Expediting Plan
and that purchase orders are made in compliance with the project schedule.

Project controls personnel at each EPC contractor will consist ofboth cost and scheduling
specialists. Scheduling personnel will monitor all activities ofthe EPC contractor to ensure
their progress milestones are being achieved and that their schedule forecasts are realistic.
Cost control personnel will keep the forecast for their contract scope current, recommend
changes to contingency as appropriate, and take a lead role in managing contractor-
requested change orders.

The IPMT will have a quality representative at each EPC contractor's location during de
sign and procurement. The quality representatives will ensure EPC contractor compliance
with project requirements and procedures, will ensure all required inspections are per
formed by the EPC contractors, and will review all procurement and related inspection
documents.

The IPMT will continu to manage the HSE program during Phase II to the objectives of
the HSE Plan, i.e., to protect and safeguard the people, assets, and environment of the
PROJECT.

The IPMT HSE Manager and his staff shall be responsible for execution of the HSE Plan
during Phase II and III. The HSE organization will be proactive in their nvolvement ofall
design, procurement, and construction activities at all project locations and will act as the
driving forc totrain and motvate all personnel in the tenets ofthe "Zero Incident Philoso
phy."

HSE personnel will work closely with the contractor to ensure the HSE Program is under-
stood and implemented across the contractor's complete scope ofwork. During detailed
engineering HSE, personnel will particpate in numerous aspects, including involvement in
process unit safety reviews, developing plant operations philosophy, environmental reviews,
and HAZOPs. HSE personnel will ensure that each finding from design engineering re
views meet the intent of and are compatible with the overall HSE program.

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EPC Construction

The Construction Manager as part ofthe PMC takes the lead, with direction from the Dep-
uty Program Director for constmction, initiating overall project construction services. He
will be supported by a Constmction Management Team (CMT) that will provide construc
tion input to the PMC during the (FEED) phase, including carrying out constructability re
views, manpower studies, construction temporary facilities planning, rigging studies, mile-
stone scheduies that identify long lead items critical to the overall construction schedule, a
contracting strategy plan, a procurement plan for EPC contract bid preparation including
assisting with construction contract procurement.

As the EPC contracts are placed, the Construction Manager will intgrate into the PMT task
forc. He will be supported by rea Construction Managers ateach EPC Contractors office.
The rea Construction Managers under the direction of the Constmction Manager will pro
vide construction services support during the detail design, maintaining the intent of the
constructability concepts developed during the FEED phase.

When the EPC Contractors mobilize to the constmction site the rea Construction Manag
ers along with required construction support staff will be mobilized to each respective EPC
contract.

The rea Construction Managers take a lead role in establishing and maintaining safe con
struction site conditions and behaviors. In addition they are responsible for reviewing and
monitoring the overall progress and performance ofthe work, including quantities installed
material control, import and export coordination, expediting, cost and schedule control,
quality control ofworkmanship and compliance with drawings and specifications.

The CMTwill review the EPC Contractors' constmction organization, coordination proce
dures, manpower plan, and scheduies. The supervised contractors are required to submit
project organization charts to identify how the contractor plans to manage and staff the pro
ject. The proposed organization chart is reviewed to ensure that the contractor provides
sufficient manpower loading for the scheduled construction activities. The contractually
required coordination procedures, manpower plans, and scheduies are reviewed and moni-
tored. The CMT will ensure that the contractors prepare a detailed construction schedule
that is reviewed for compliance with the major milestone schedule. The resulting construc
tion schedule is the basis for monitoring construction progress and is integrated into the
overall program schedule.

The rea Construction Managers attends progress meetings held with the contractors where
the contractors submit updated progress reports for discussions. The planned and actual
manpower and scheduies are reviewed with and the contractors are held accountable for
maintaining schedule. Ifthere are indications that the contractor is not maintaining sched
ule, the meeting provides the forum for making adjustments to the plan for schedule recov
ery. When the actual construction progress is behind the planned progress, the rea Con
struction Managers makes recommendations for adjustments that may include additional
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manpower, additional cranes, additional equipment, or other schedule recovery plans.

The CMT will assist with the preparation of change orders including assessing any impacts
they may have to the schedule, including monitoring of progress and verification of in
voices.

Each EPC Contractor will be responsible for procuring materials and equipment for their
scope ofwork. Aprocurement plan will be required based on dates in the master milestone
schedule, and the detailed construction schedule requirements. The CMT will review
planned delivery dates for materials and equipment, which will support the construction
schedule and system handover. The actual Required on Site (ROS) dates are continuously
monitored by reviewing material status reports, with project controls providing oversight to
the material receiving dates to support the construction schedule. In the event there is a
slippage in the (ROS) date the impacts to the schedule can be identified and assessed early.
The CMT will assist the contractor in developing work around plans that will support the
constmction schedule.

The construction QA/QC Coordinator will assist in the management of the fabrication work
including the monitoring of the contractors' program for handling, storage, preservation,
and preventative maintenance ofthe materials and equipment prior to instaliation. The con
stmction QA/QC Coordinator will monitor and inspect the constmction work to verify
compliance with specifications and safety requirements. The construction QA/QC Coordi
nator is also responsible for interfacing with the contractors Inspectors to witness and verify
construction installations.

The CMT will establish a comprehensive HSE program for the PROJECT, consistent with
WorleyParsons' experience and Moin Refinery requirements. The IPMT will apply the
HSE Program to all EPC Contractors and monitor the overall program.

The CMT will establish a comprehensive Quality program for the PROJECT, consistent
with WorleyParsons' experience and Moin Refinery requirements. The IPMT will apply the
Quality Program to all EPC Contractors and monitor the overall program.

Pre-Commissioning, Start-up, Performance Testing

As site construction approaches approximately 90% completion, selected system tumovers


may begin. The CMT will work closely with the EPC to punch-list the systems nearing
completion. Each system will undergo a rigorous testing and acceptance program, as stipu-
lated in the EPC contracts, and thesetests will be witnessed by the CMTto ensureoperabil-
ity and compliance to specifications. Once accepted from the contractors, the systems will
be available for turnover to Operations.

Once the total facility completes functional checkout and pre-commissioning, the plant will
be ready for Start-up/Commissioning. Refinery Operations will be responsible for man
agement of this critical activity, but CMT personnel will perform a large supportina role,
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given the mportance and criticality of continuity during the final stages of the project.

Operator training will also be an important program during the months prior to PROJECT
completion, and the CMT will support Operations in this activity by preparing a Training
Plan. WorleyParsons can provide additional support if requested.

Performance testing of each refinery unit will be scheduled after successful Start-up of the
facility. Vendor representatives and licensor start-up engineers will be mobilized by the
CMT or Operations.

Spare Parts, Materials Coding, and Warehouses

The IPMT will recommend to SORESCO and assist, if requested, in the purchase of a two-
year stock ofspare parts. Additionally the IPMT will provide a manual and procedures for
handling spare parts and provide a "Material Coding Standard."

Training Plan for Operations

The PROJECT will increase resource and system requirements for operating the modified
and new facilities at the Moin Refinery. SORESCO has a specifc objective to develop a
Training Plan during FEED to effectively train personnel and improve refinery systems
prior to completing the constructed facilities. IPMT will work with SORESCO to identify
the Training Plan requirements. To meet this objective, WorleyParsons will prepare a Con
tract Plan for procuring the services of a Consultant to develop a Training Plan for the re
finery operations, maintenance (O&M) and administrative personnel.

The Contract Plan will include the following:

Consult with SORESCO to clarify their requirements and understand their current and
future resources

Conduct a survey of potential Consultants to provide the services

Pre-qualify the Consultant to establish the bidders list

Develop a Scope of Work document, includinga schedule of activities

Prepare a Bid Package for these services

Evalate the bids both technically and commercially

Provide a Recommendation for award by SORESCO

The IPMTwill assign a dedicated Project Manager to manage this contract for SORESCO.
We recommend that selected SORESCO personnel be assigned to work with the Project
Manager to give guidance, to ensure that the plan is comprehensive and to monitor the pro
gress of the work. TheTraining Plan will include the following:
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Organization Charts

Job Descriptions

Operationing Manuals

Procedures

Description of Pre-commissions, Commissioning, Start-up, and Operating functions

Resource plans for Training personnel

Training Schedule for Training personnel

Cost Estimate

Trainer's training program will be structured specifically for SORESCO facilities, for Costa
Rican, and to the specialties they require. Training includes classroom instructions and
practices in refinery. The logistics of travel to and from China, accommodations, personal
safety, and translation of languages will be included in the program. An in-China training
schedule will be prepared to track training progress. Trainees and trainers will be moni-
tored that they achieve expectations.

Initially, SORESCO personnel will be trained in China, they will be certified and return to
Costa Rica. Selected Chnese trainers will also go to Limn refinery work as mentors to
their SORESCO counterparts and continu the training, as needed.

We recommended that the Chnese mentors shall stay on the jobs for additional 6 months to
a year. During this extended time, they are to continu working with SORESCO counter
parts to assist in O&M of the new refinery. Safe operations, improve operating efficiency,
mximum hroughput, de-bottle necking, minimize waste, and reduce energy consumption
will be achieved in this time. Also it is important to train SORESCO O&M in the normal
operations, start-up, shutdown, and emergency operations of the refinery.

After the extended period, the SORESCO personnel will be fully familiar with the opera
tions of the refinery. The Chnese mentors will retum to China. The extended period will
be included in the Training contract scope, if desired by SORESCO.
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Exhibit B2 - SORESCO FEED Execution Plan


1 SORESCO FEED Engineering Execution Plan
This SORESCO FEED Execution Plan has been developed to suit the needs of the Moin
Refinery Expansin and Modernization Project. The Project will use the well established
WorleyParsons Enterprise Management Systems to perform this work. This work process
will be adapted to match up with SORESCO FEED Scope of Work. These are the same
work processes we are successfully employing for all clients, especially where we have
mltiple project multi-site programs.
In Section 8.9 of this SORESCO FEED Execution plan the FEED Schedule Level 2 is pre
sented to show major SORESCO FEED activities, including technology selection, PFD
completion, P&ID completion, plant layout completion, long lead procurement, and many
other SORESCO FEED activities.

From lessons leamed on the Ras Tanura Project and other recent projects, which were
FEED contracts, WorleyParsons will expedite:

Early development of Project Specifications to meet discipline engineering require


ments

Early completion of development of the Linear Program to confirm the overall Mate
rial Balances and unit capacities.

Early start ofthe process modeling for the Crude and Vacuum units to confirm the feed
qualities to all the licensed units for an early start

Realistic schedule for Expenditure Request Approval Phase to achieve the requested
quality for the EPC Phase

Early preparation of Project Execution Administrative Procedure (PEAP) and agreed


as early as possible

Interface requirements between all work reas to be addressed during the early stage of
the project

A series of early reviews will be planned to:

Review the Feasibility Study Report (FSR) and SORESCO provided information

Review and challenge all designs

Complete scope evaluations and studies to date

Find methods to enhance project economics

Start piping specifications


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Conduct valu engineering assessments

Conduct risk analysisand plans to mitgate the risks

Conduct preliminary hazard analysis

Ensure that work conforms to project procedures

Valdate engineering procedures

Constructability reviews

During the first two weeks of the project, Engineering Reviews of FSR are planned to en
able the team to become familiar with the processing concepts and to establish a solid un
derstanding of the technical basis of the designs. These up-front reviews afford an oppor-
tunity to identify and recommend potential changes to the design to realize capital, operat
ing and maintenance cost savings, enhanced operability and maintainability, and to correct
possible errors. We envision that these reviews are conducted in cise coordination with
SORESCO to assure that we are fully cognizant of all important considerations that form
the basis of the design. Subsequently, we will finalize the design basis, unit capacities and
assumptions. We also plan to start working on the Scope Evaluations to complete the iden
tified studies as early as possible.

Engineering Approach

The Engineering Manager is responsible to the SORESCO FEED Project Manager for the
engineering design of the PROJECT. Reporting to the Engineering Manager are the lead
engineersof each of the engineering disciplines.

Process Engineenng

The process engineering team will be responsible for managing and developing all process
engineering FEED deliverables for the Moin Refinery. We will utilize as much know how
and similar designs as we can to expedite the start of the project. We will draw on the work
done in the FSR and use the deliverables developed as the starting point for the FEED
phase. The process engineering team will complete the validation ofCase 10 and the Palm
Oil study and other scope evaluations n order to support the development and completion
ofthe FEED package. Process engineering activities will cover all the Greenfield work r
eas. The process engineering team will also liaise with the process Licensors and process
design package vendors, where appropriate, and particpate in design reviews. For FEED,
we anticpate three reviews, namely an in-house review, process safety review and a design
review.
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Process Engineering Team Organization

The process engineering team will be organized into Project Management Teams. Overall
coordination will be by the Process Manager. We will have several lead engineers manag
ing groups of related units including the licensed units as follows:

Atmospheric Distillation Unit


Vacuum Distillation Unit
Diesel Hydrotreating Unit
Delayed Coker Unit
Hydrocracking Unit
Hydrogen Plant
Dry Gas/LPG Scrubbing
Naphtha Hydrotreater Unit
Kerosene Hydrotreater Unit
CCR
Isomerization Unit
PSA Unit
Sulfur Recovery and Sour Water Stripper
Utility and Offsite Systems
Tank farm and Interconnectng Pipelines
Product blending

Our leadership team are experienced engineers in distillation and gas processing, hy
drotreating, hydrocracking, delayed coking, CCR, and Isomerization as well as offsites and
utility systems.

Experienced Lead process engineers familiar with FEED design practices will be assigned
to each unit, and will be supported by the appropriate numbers of process engineers needed
to complete the design activities and further development of the FEED package. Team
alignment with SORESCO will be achieved by the early completion of the project plans
and scheduies. In parallel the team leadership will complete the design basis and design
criteriadocuments that will serveas the guidelines for the process design of the refinery.

The team will conduct weekly progress review meetings, which will review tasks, identify
goals and responsibilities and completion dates for the next week. Completion of all the
Scope Evaluations and the design basis and design criteria documents at an early stage is
considered a key activity that is on the critical path for completion ofthe FEED.

Scope Evaluation

WorleyParsons recognizes the importance ofcompleting the scope and study evaluations as
early as possible. As such we have assigned the responsibility ofcompleting the scope stu
dies by Select Specialist engineers. Our Select Specialists are highly experienced engineers
in Front End Engineering covering all engineering disciplines. We can mobilize this.team

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at any time as needed. The following Scope Evaluations will be considered:

Validation of Case 10 and the Palm Oil study

LP Modeling and detailed process modeling

Energy Optimization, Pinch Analysis, and Heat Integration studies for all energy inten
sive units within the units and across the units.

Fiare Evaluation of select type of Fiares and impact on plot space

Fuel Selection study using the LP model to select the most cost effective fuel for the
Refinery

LPG Recovery system optimization to evalate increasing recovery levis of propane


and butane

Evalate and select Flue Gas Desulphurization Technology

Waste Water Study Report to review Refinery effluents

Cooling Water Source Study to evalate the most cost effective option for cooling ser
vices

Utility Water requirements to confirm actual needs and reconsidering use of recycled
water

Steam Sources Selection study to evalate the sources of steam generation and utiliza-
tion

Environmental Impact Assessment to identify the impact of the project on the environ
ment, emissions, and the means for mitigating these emissions to meet local and pro
vincial requirements.

Preliminary Hazard Assessment and implementation of the results on the project

Tankage and Blending system assessment to reduce total storage volume in the tank
farm

The project shall consider the using RO to produce boiler feed quality water

RAM modeling to confirm train configuration, use of common equipment and sparing
philosophy

Review of cost saving opportunities as follows:

- Interface betweenthe existing Moin Refinery systems and Greenfield location


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- Product Storage reduction using inline blending

- Hydrogen gas distribution system toconsider once through or cascade systems

- Recovering hydrogen from Hydrocracker offgas using PSA

- Heat Exchanger Network designs using Pinch Technology

- Amine system design velocity vs. material selection

- Assess impact of crude unit desalter design on reliability/stability and also con
sider caustic dosing and location

- Consideration of relaxing mximum radiation intensity to reduce plot space

Consider using standard vendor Nitrogen Generation packages

Overview of Process Engineering Activities

The progress ofthe process engineering FEED deliverables will proceed according to the
project plan developed and completed during the early stages ofthe project.

We anticpate having the following key stages:

Complete and finalize the overall process configuration, identify unit capacites and
feed qualities to each unit ofthe units and finalize intermedate and product tankage
requirements.

Complete and issue approved design basis identfying plant hroughput, units, capaci
tes and product specifications, as well as utility systems.

Complete and issue the process design criteria document that describes the design cri
teria for all the equipment and utility systems including meteorological data and site
conditions and defines the economic criteria for study work.

Finalize licensor selection and issue process duty specifications to all the licensors to
start their designs as early as possible.

Start working on developing unit designs to produce heat and material balances, PFDs,
equipment lists, and utility summaries. Coordnate with licensors to relase packages
as it is completed to finalize PFDs and equipment lists

Expedite P&ID development and coordnate with licensors the relase of typical
P&IDs for early drafting.

Complete FEED package deliverables for the Project Execution Schedule, and the EFJC
Contractor package.
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Process Design and Optimization

It is our plan to use our Select Specialist to start all the studies in parallel with the FEED
activities in order to meet the overall FEED schedule requirements. WorleyParsons uses
the latest process simulation tools. For Refinery applications we normally recommend us
ing Invesys' PROII simulation software. We also plan on using Aspen's Energy Optimiza
tion tools to complete the Pinch analysis and heat integration studies.

Valu Engineering

We plan on using our Select Specialists to particpate in the Valu Engineering sessions.
Our Select Specialists are well qualified for the task, and they represent an independent en-
tity ofthe WorleyParsons organization they can complete an unbiased study report.
Process Hazard Analysis

The Process Hazard Analysis reviews will be scheduled in a timely manner in stages to fi
nalize the process configuration and design. We recommend several Process Hazard Analy
ses, namely, the Preliminary Hazard Analysis once the PFDs are completed. The pre HA
ZOP Analysis will be held prior to issuing the P&IDs for design. It is anticipated that we
will have two revisions of the P&IDs one for approval and one for design. A final HAZOP
analysis will be conducted after the final design issue.

Licensor Interface

WorleyParsons has a great deal ofexperience working with licensors and we have executed
non-disclosure agreements with most ofthe major licensors such as Axens, UOP, Chevron,
and WorleyParsons. Once the licensors have been identified we will update the agreements.
The Ras Tanura Refinery as well as other projects involved management of licensor work
on front end designs for several NHT, Reformer/CCR, Prime G+, DHT and Hydrocrackers
units for SAMREF, Saudi Aramco, Chevron and New Zealand Refining projects. As a re-
sult, we know the issues which must be managed in dealing with licensors and integrating
their input to the entire project such as:

Incorporating licensor work and information into the overall project schedule and plans.

Writing licensor design basis and duty specifications and contracts so that licensor
work can be managed effectively

It is vitally important to keep the project on track and that licensor work is scheduled prop
erly. This includes developing good licensor specifications so that licensors do not recycle
their work, allowing adequate time to evalate proposals and select licensors ifneeded, and
developing a work plan to receive preliminary licensor information in a timely fashion.
Plant battery limits and interface conditions cannot be fnalized until licensors information
is completed. This means that the work ofone licensor may affect another unit.
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The schedule will normally not allow licensor work to be completed before products and
their conditions are established for downstream plants. Therefore, licensor scheduies and
contracts should require preliminary information so that work on other plants and utility and
infrastmcture work may proceed. The project teams dealing with licensors must be actively
involved with them ona continuing basis to keep the entire project moving.

Achieving these technical results will not happen without a proactive, coordinated man
agement team. This means that not only must each project team responsible for a plant or
group ofplants work well but that the project managers and their teams intgrate and coor
dnate activities of all groups. Teamwork is essential.

Process Engineering Deliverables

Process engineering deliverables for Revamp and Greenfield facilities are envisaged to be
as follows:

Project Definition
Process descriptions
Design basis document
Design criteria document
Equipment lists
LP models and Block Flow Diagrams
PFDs
Heat and material balances
MSDs
Process P&IDs
Utility P&IDs
Interconnecting P&IDs
Piping Interface drawings
Utility summaries
Line lists
Tie-in Lists
Process and mechanical equipment data sheets
Schedule of hazardous materials
Project proposal narrative (process section)
Instrument data sheets and instrument list
Relief valve summary, calculationsand datasheets
Catalyst and chemicalssummaries
Effluent summaries
Hazardous material data sheets
Cause and effect diagrams
Analyzer data sheets
Calculation Index
Process studies write-ups
Operating Guidelines and Philosophy
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EPC Contractor process scope ofwork

The Operating Guideline and Philosophy documents the design basis, process flow and
control, start-up and shutdown operating procedures, catalyst loading/unloading, and dis-
cusses relief systems, fire protection, emergency shutdown (ESD) systems, control system,
maintenance isolation, de-pressuring, and emergency practices.

Electrical Engineering

The electrical FEED design will be carried out in accordance with Chnese applicable stan
dards and codes ofpractice. The FEED effort will concntrate on developing the design to
a level of detail sufficient to produce a 10% estimate and allow EPC Contractor bidding.
This will include developing specifications and data sheets for major electrical items so that
procurement may be efficiently executed. The electrical engineering will be organized as
PMT reporting to their respective engineering managers and responsible for their specifc
scope of works.

We will also focus on space planning, both for electrical equipment and cable containment
routing, in order that plant layout is optimized. The electrical engineering will be organized
as PMT teams. Recognizing the extensive electric work in the new and existing facilities,
and the high voltage, large size, long lead switchgears and transformers that must meet
PROJECT requirements; we will expedite to complete the studies. The identified studies
are:

Accessibility study
Transient Stability study
Energy optimization

With respect to the deliverables list we propose to address these as follows:

Preliminary Electrical Load List

Using the process/mechanical equipment list as the starting point, we will develop a Load
List to include motor power, efficiency, power factor, load factor, and diversity. We will
also include all substation feeders, large individual motor mdium voltage supplies, build
ing related loads, lighting, HVAC etc. for completeness.

The Load List will include details of the all substations, switchgear, and source motor con
trol centers such that the total plant load and load distribution can be determined. Critical
and non-critical motors will be indicated as well as standby units which will result in the
production ofdetails for total connected load, peak loads, and average 24hr loads. From
the cable calculation package a comprehensive cable quantity summary will be automati-
cally produced. The Load List will form the basis for transformer and switchgear selection
and will be kept up to date as the project progresses.
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Electrical Power and Control Strategy

In developing the Electrical Power and Control Strategy we will give due consideration to
normal and abnormal (circuit or transformer failure) conditions. We will develop a robust
electrical distribution system in line with the nature of the plant whilst seeking to minimize
capital cost. The strategy will address any integration of on-site generation and emergency
back-up generation together with synchronization.

Preliminary Single Line Diagrams

Single Line Diagrams will be developed from the Load List and will indcate the electrical
distribution philosophy n schematic form. Single Line Diagrams will indcate all major
electrical equipment; generators, transformers, switchboards, motorcontrol centers etc. All
voltage levis 115kV to 480V, generator and transformer ratings, switchboard and MCC
bus bar current ratings and prospective short-circuit currents will be included.

Preliminary Metering and Protection Single Line Diagrams

These will indcate the location and type of the proposed metering and protection relays us
ing project specifc specifications.

Preliminary Transformer Sizing and Specification

Transformer sizes will be calculated from the Preliminary Load List and Data Sheets then
prepared accordingly.

Preliminary rea Classifcation Drawings

From the Hazardous rea Classification Study prepared by the process group, we will pre
pare rea classification drawings to indcate safe and potentially explosive atmosphere. Gas
group and temperature classification information will be included.

Preliminary Motor Schematics

Preliminary typical motor schematics will be prepared for the various types of motor starter
envisaged (DOL, Star/Delta, Variable Speed Drive etc.). Interfaces with the process control
system will be agreed and indicated.

Preliminary Cable Routing Drawings

These will indcate the major electrical equipment items and the cable raceways between
the Main Incoming substation, the four main distribution substations, the fifteen rea sub
stations, and the functional blocks of the plant. Adequate space will be reserved on plot
plans for horizontal and vertical cable routing.

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Preliminary Sub-station Equipment Layout Drawings

Preliminary sub-station equipment layout drawings will be prepared to ensure that sufficient
space is allocated for instaliation, operation, and maintenance of the equipment.

Preliminary Grounding Diagram

The plant grounding philosophy will be indicated schematically on this drawing. The draw
ing will indcate all major electrical equipment; generators, transformers, switchboards, mo
tor control centers etc and their interconnection with the grounding network.

Piping Engineering and Design

The piping engineering/design team will be responsible for developing all piping engineer
ing FEED deliverables. It is envisaged that the FEED activities will draw on the work done
in the FSR and use the deliverables developed as the starting point for the FEED phase.
Piping design will be executed by PMT teams.

Piping rea Engineers will be assigned to each rea, and will be supported by appropriate
numbers of piping designers to support the design activities and further development of the
FEED package. Team alignment will be achieved with an early issue of the site plans and
design basis, also weekly review meetings which will ensure sound development and iden
tify goals for the coming week. Early PID issues is considered a key activity and sets the
critical path for the piping FEED.

In general, piping will crate 3D CAD models with equipment and major Unes modeled to
develop safe and economic designs which meet all of Chnese and Costa Rica specifications,
standards, and requirements. We plan for two 30% and 90% Plot Plan Design and Con
structability reviews. The initial Plot Layout review is to establish and agree a safe and
economic plant layout and the second with review will be major system development in line
with the P&IDs. Plot plan design shall meet industry standard loss prevention requirements.

Piping engineering will particpate in the following studies:

Space
Accessibility study
Constructability analysis

Overview ofPiping Engineering/DesignActivities

Development of the piping engineering/design FEED deliverables will be executed accord


ing to the agreed project FEED schedule. This is envisaged as having the following key
stages:

Develop overall and unit plot plans


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Interface scheduies
Develop basic 3D piping system routings
Support 10% estimate
Complete FEED package deliverables and narratives
Complete piping design for EPC bid package

Piping Engineering/Design Deliverables

Piping engineering/design deliverables for Greenfield are envisaged to be as follows:

Overall plot plans


Unit plot plans
3d piping model (major systemsonly)
Critical line list
Critical tie-in list
Stress analysis statement
Material line class specifications
Standard specifications
MTO activities
Interface point location drawings
Major system drawings (only for ISBL)
Project EPC ITB proposal (piping section)
Piping studies write-ups

nstrumentation and Control Engineering

The Instrumentation and Control (I&C) group project task forces will be structured to ad
dress the key activities and deliverables associated with the Process Control Systems (PCS),
Field Instrumentation and analytical equipment, Instmment Design requirements, and Tele-
communications.

The Instrumentation and Control Engineering Scope of Work for the PROJECT will be ex
ecuted by PMT teams. Each team will be responsible for their respective scope of work.
An overall Lead Instrument Engineer will provide technical direction to the PMT teams.
Each PMT will have an rea Instrument Engineers assigned to them, along with the re
quired staffing.

The PCS requirements including required consoles for control room, control system for ex
isting and new control rooms, tank gauging systems, gas chromatographs and analyzers, as-
set management system, control systems for the steam turbine and generator trains, oil
movement, storage and blending system (OMSB), custody meters, advanced applications in
mltiple variable control and optimizer systems, air quality and meteorology monitoring
system (AQ&M), and various terminal controls that include DCS and ESD.

The group will be responsible for; Instrumentation, DCS, ESD, BMS, Telecommunications,
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SCADA, CCTV, PA / Site alarms and other systems including I&C requirements for pack-
aged equipment. In addition they will provide support and input toother disciplines as nec
essary. Team alignment will be achieved by preparing a basis ofdesign specification build
ing on the definition developed during the FEED and addressing options presented along
with a detailed deliverables / activity list together with weekly group meetings.

The group will develop System Specifications, Instrument data sheets, scheduies and design
drawings in accordance with applicable standards and codes of practice and to the appro
priate level ofdetail for a FEED study for the purposes ofproviding cost estimate input and
an IFP package for EPC Contractors. For critical / long lead items such as Process Control
Systems (particularly DCS, ESD, BMS and SCADA), effort will include activity associated
with supplier / equipment evaluation and selection.

Instrument and I/O scheduies together with functional specifications and associated design
detail will be prepared for the various systems and issued to SORESCO approved vendors
taken from the regulated vendors list for the purpose of producing a +/-10% cost estimate.
Other documents will be referenced to ensure compliance with inspection and testing / do
cumentation / certification. For major equipment, up to three vendor quotations will be re
viewed and any omissions corrected and recorded on a technical bid analysis which will be
the basis of the estimate for equipment costs.

PCS definition will address the specifc requirements of the numerous facility systems and
address functional requirements, operability, training, architecture, auxiliary systems, inter
faces, reliability, availability, and risk criteria together with network architecture and Com
munications / I/O philosophy. Instrument Design activity shall address space allocation
around the CCR and Process Interface Buildings (P1B), layout, cable routing and contain-
ment and instaliation requirements.

Telecommunications requirements will address both the Moin Refinery associated inter
faces and Central Control Room (CCR) requirements to provide a single focus for plant or
multi-plant wide operations.

The I&C group will provide Communications systems including: telephone, data net work,
underground conduit, copper cable, fiber optic cables, structured cable, mobile radio and
temporary communication facilities for construction.

I&C will provide specifc input to the following disciplines:

Mechanical for definition of requirement associated with package equipment.

Process for:

P&ID development
ESD requirements
Electrical for cable routing and interface requirements
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Mechanical Engineering

The mechanical group will be responsible for: rotating equipment, static equipment, heat
transfer equipment and packaged or special equipment. In addition they will provide the
metallurgy and welding input to the project and will ensure that noise problems caused by
equipment are resolved to ensure compliance with project specifications and environmental
standards. Team alignment will be achieved by preparing a basis of design document, de
tailed deliverables lists, and an activity list and by weekly group meetings.

The mechanical group will perform preliminary designs for vessels and shell and tube heat
exchangers to ensure that the Civil-Structural and Piping groups have the required data to
progress their work. To meet FEED objectives, the mechanical group will prioritize data
sheet preparation to meet the PROJECT needs for procurement of long lead equipment
(LLE) and data sheets needed for the FEED Cost Estimate.

Similar LLE equipment will be compiled into packages for issue to SORESCO approved
vendors. Each package will consist of a data sheet for each main item plus data sheets for
motor drivers, gearboxes, seal systems, lube oil systems etc. as appropriate, other docu
ments will be referenced to ensure compliance with the Inspections and Testing Require
ments and the Non Material Requirements (NMRs). A mximum of three vendor quota-
tions will be reviewed, as selected by the Procurement Manager, and any omissions cor-
rected and recorded on a technical bid analysis.

Technically compliant bids will be used as the basis of the estimate for equipment costs and
will provide a detailed record of our decisin making. All types ofequipment will be han-
dled in this way to ensure that the equipment cost estimate is sufficiently accurate to sup
port a 10% Cost Estimate. The Process discipline will start the equipment list and Me
chanical will take it over and add detailed information as it becomes available.

Input to the EPC Contractor bid package will be provided and bidder's documents will be
reviewed and data provided for the Environmental Impact Assessment (EIA) i.e., noise data
for machinery and liquids, gasses and noise emissions from packaged / special equipment.

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There are more than 100 pieces of long lead equipment in this project which includes heavy
wall, alloy, cladded, large diameter vessels, API tanks, pumps, compressors, heat exchang
ers, fired heaters, turbo-generators, etc. Due to the current market conditions where equip
ment lead time will be long, we expect to commit many of the LLE early in order to secure
shop space to support construction schedule. In addition, we will particpate in various
studies to help finalize FEED scope, including:

Space optimization
Accessibility
EIA Review
Electrical Studies
Constructability review

A client requirements checklist will be prepared after kick-off meeting to ensure all SO
RESCO requirements for equipment are included in design.

Civil, Structural, and Architectural Engineering

The Civil and Structural groups will be organized as PMT teams with snior civil and struc
tural engineers supporting each individual discipline input. The Civil and Stmctural group
will be managed technically by Lead and rea stmctural and civil engineers will be as
signed to the respective PMT(s)

The Civil works will include roads, drainage, undergrounds, and fencing and associated in
frastructure. Preliminary designs will proceed as the site data and layouts are developed,
continual interaction with the project team will ensure that designs are progressed with the
information flow. Standard details will be incorporated wherever appropriate and all docu
ments will be produced in compliance with PROJECT standards and specifications.

The structural team will be responsible for the buildings, including blast proof/resisting
stmctures, plant and pipe rack foundations, pipe racks and pipe bridges, steelwork struc
tures and foundations, substations and plant rooms, compressor and pump bases etc. The
structures and their foundations including piling will be developed as their individual func
tional and spatial requirements are confirmed.

The architectural engineer will lead building design to meet industry and Costa Rica re
quirements including SSD, loss prevention, blast resisting, etc.

Communication Engineering

Communications scope will include the scope required for the PROJECT, and coordinated
with other engineering groups. Acommunication system lead engineer shall work with all
facilities teams to determine the Communications requirement for the project. This system
engineer shall act as a project engineer to Communications design work. He will obtain,
from the client, input parameters for the design work under all Communications disciplines
(1SP, OSP, Wireless, Telephone, and Data Network). Ateam consisting of one or more
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gineers from each Communications discipline shall work jointly, each under the supervisin
of his respective discipline engineer, to provide a communication design package that is
consistent with other disciplines and that meet the client's standard and specifications.

Communication systems design includes site surveys of existing communication facilities.


The next step isthe design ofvoice, data, wireless, and cabling networks that makes use of
existing telephone, data, and wireless backbone. Standard detail shall be produced wher
ever appropriate and all documents shall be produced in compliance with industry and
Costa Rica requirements. Finally, this effort will identify any existing facilities to use and
shall provide standard forms to reserve the usage of such facilities.

Engineering Cost Estimate Support

As part of the FEED activities, WorleyParsons will develop a 10% cost estimate at the
end of the FEED phase. The Engineering Management will produce the deliverables and
inputs required by the Project Estimate Plan.

The Project Estimate Plan will be issued early in FEED and will be a live document until
the estimate is completed. This document details the roles and responsibilities, the estimate
schedule, the deliverables required and estimating methods and costing date for major
equipment that will be employed to meet the stated estimate accuracy. The document also
includes details of scope splits between Revampand Greenfield reas.

On dates specifed in the Estimate Plan the individual project designs will be frozen for the
estimate, deliverables will be issued and the estimate commenced. Any changes to the de
sign between this date and the issue of the estimate will be captured and incorporated, al-
though these changes will not necessarily have the same level of accuracy as the remainder
of the estimate.

Aprocess equipment list and utility equipment list will be developed for the estimate and
budget costs solicited from vendors for process equipment and utility equipment. Costs
will be technically and commercially conditioned to reflect the expected out-turn costs.
Catalogue prices and in-house data from recent similar projects will be used where appro
priate. Material take-offs will be prepared by the relevant discipline for instruments, elec
trical equipment, piping and valves based on the project P&IDs, 3D layouts and General
Arrangement drawings. Vendor indicative costs or in-house data will be used to cost the
material take-offs. The material take-offs will be priced using all-up bulk material unit
prices. These unit rates will be based on our in-house datbase. Civil and stmctural modi-
fications will be treated in a similar way. Consideration will be given to field fabricated
equipment and contracting plan.

Towards the end of the estimate preparation process we will convene a risk fomm to de
velop the risk register and assess the cost over-mn and under-run limits for each element of
the estimate. This fomm will involve the SAPMT and WorleyParsons project teams, to
gether with invited experts who bring experience from similar projects. An @RISK Mont
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Cario risk simulation will be mn based on the over-mn and under-run limits to develop a
curve oflikely project cost outcomes. This curve is used to identify the contingency alloca-
tion together with the confidence ofunder running the Total Installed Project Cost.

A"Basis of Estimate" will be prepared which addresses the type of estimate and range of
accuracy, the estimate approach, design development provisin, the baseline documents,
qualifications, assumptions, and exceptions. The Basis of Estimate will also include a
comparison ofthe estimate with the pre-FEED estimate, identifying any changes and their
cost impact.

When complete, the estimate will be reviewed for completeness and accuracy by the
PMT(s). An estimator who has not been involved in the project will check and benchmark
the estimate against similar recent projects. Our snior management will review and sign
offthe estimates before they are issued to SORESCO. The EPC costs will reflect the total
of the above equipment, bulk materials, labor costs, package units, and contingency costs.
The accuracy of the cost will be approximately 10%.

Engineering Support Preparation for EPC BID Packages

As part ofthe FEED activities, WorleyParsons will prepare EPC Bid Packages. The Engi
neering Management will produce the deliverables and inputs required for these packages.

The EPC bid packages preparation begins concurrently with the FEED Phase ofthe Project.
This Phase isaimed atcompleting the basic design along with critical engineering activities
needed to complete the Project. Major activities focus on completing design documents,
specifications, equipment data sheets, preparing requisitions for the long lead equipment,
bid evaluations, and order placement. The main activities envisaged in this phase include:

Conduct Site Surveys and review Geotechnical reports. Identify any additional Geo-
technical Surveys when required

Develop Project specifc procedures and any specifications to support the execution of
EPC activities e.g., Packaged Equipment Specifications, Engineering Data Manage
ment Plan and CAD / CAE Implementation Plan, Level I ERC Scheduies, Vendor List,
Commissioning, Start-Up and tumover specifications, etc.

Completion of the FEED package to meet the EPC bid package requirements

IT Systems

The Information and Communications Technology (ICT) group is responsible for providing
computing facilities and support for all project and corporate requirements within Worley
Parsons. Specialist teams are responsible for individual application reas, as listed below:

Process/Engineering Systems
ComputerAided Design(CAD) Systems
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Business (Financial/Accounting) Systems


Project Management Systems
Materials Management Systems
General IS Operations and Communications Support

WorleyParsons ICT currently supports a secure LAN and the connection to the WorleyPar
sons wide rea network (WAN). We are continuously updating our computer systems to
improve effciency and embrace state-of-the-art technology. We have formed alliances with
Dell, Microsoft, Cisco, Intergraph, AspenTech, and other vendors to provide their expertise
and support.

The prime means ofcommunication between the WorleyParsons Head Office and the work-
sites will be through the use of either router-to-router VPN or personal VPN, depending on
the number of staffto be located at each individual worksite. The WorleyParsons Head Of
fice has a direct connection between all WorleyParsons facilities utilizing Venison's world-
wide "Prvate IP" (MPLS) Network. Similarly, ISP connections will be obtained at the
worksites, as required.

The Communication network will provide access to the various corporate systems available
on WorleyParsons company networks. Methods ofdata transfer between the various parties
will depend on the availability of internet bandwidth at specifc locations. For sites with
low bandwidth availability, generic FTP (File Transfer Protocol) will be used. For the bulk
transfer of document data, synchronization software will be used to take advantage of avail
able bandwidth capacity outside of working hours. Where high bandwidth is available, in-
teractive access to project documents and data (e.g., through SmartPIant Foundation) will
be utilized.

By constantly upgrading existing desktop hardware, software, and networks, and taking ad
vantage of market-driven enhancements, ICT promotes compatibility, standardization, and
reduced operating costs and transmits these benefts to our clients.

reas of ICT that areof specifc importance to engineering projects are discussed below.

Process & Engineering Systems

A substantial number of engineering-specifc programs (listed below) are used throughout


WorleyParsons on high specifcation PCs. These include applications such as process
simulation, hazard analysis, and structural analysis. Wherever possible, automated data
transfer between applications is used.

Project team members are provided with PCs and have access toarange ofengineering and
general programs via the company network.

Computer Aided Design

WorleyParsons has extensive Computer Aided Design (CAD) facilities available to their
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Process and Engineering disciplines.

3D CAD isavailable on high-performance workstations for applicable projects for use with
PDS modeling software. This provides an interactive design environment with multi-
discipline capabilities for clash detection, drawing extraction and material take-off. Addi
tional applications of the Plant Design software include visualization/walk-throughs, con
struction planning/simulation, construction progress tracking, and field changes/problem
resolution. Where appropriate, the 3D model can be handed-over to the client/owner at
project completion, for use as the basis ofan on-line field maintenance datbase. Smart
PIant Foundation will be used for data and Document Control across all disciplines and the
datbase will be available to SORESCO at the conclusin of the project.

AutoCAD and MicroStation 2D CAD facilities are available running on advanced PC


workstations linked to local file servers. WorleyParsons will provide CAD file deliverables
as requested.

Productivity improvements are achieved by the extensive use ofstandard symbol libraries,
as well as "standard" elements or drawings. Sharing of background information provides
greater nter-discipline coordination. WorleyParsons will adopt Saudi Aramco standards for
all CAD deliverables.

In addition to paper, CAD deliverables are available in electronic format, either on CD-
ROM, DVD, or via Communications links. WorleyParsons also has extensive experience in
data and document handover to various client systems e.g., SAP, Mximo, and Documen-
tum.

Materials Management Systems

The SmartPIant Materials Management System is used to manage all procurement and ma
terials management activities from the initial engineering phases to the completion ofcon
struction. SmartPIant Materials is integrated with our 3D Plant Design modeling system for
accurate and timely material control and requisitioning.

IT Operations and Communications Support

The IT group provides and maintains a complete range ofhardware and software through
out the company. Specialists in CAD, systems software, electronic messaging, and Commu
nicationsare available for both corporate and project-specific support.

WorleyParsons has invested heavily in local and wide rea Communications and networking.
Links have been established between all major WorleyParsons offices in the USA, Europe,
Middle East, Australia, Asia, and South America using dedicated high-bandwidth data cir-
cuits or secure VPN tunnels on the public internet.

In-house Communications expertise is available for the instaliation and management of


Communications links within the US and abroad to allow electronic data transfers to
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parties, when required. Communications facilities vary between simple dial-up links to
high-speed land or satellite-based digital circuits.

All PCs provided to WorleyParsons personnel, either desktops, laptops or workstations, are
configured with a standard software suite (currently Microsoft Windows XP, Office 2003,
Microsoft ForeFront Anti-Virus software, etc.). Corporate standards are continually re
viewed to ensure the software is current and compatible with operating systems and hard
ware. Additionally, corporate standard engineering software is provided as required for in
dividual engineering disciplines.

WorleyParsons maintains many corporate software licensing agreements with major soft
ware vendors (e.g., Microsoft, Intergraph, Bentley, Aspen Technology) and actively partici-
pates in the development of new software producs and releases, where appropriate, such as
SmartPIant 3D.

A complete listing of project management and engineering software systems and applica
tions currently in use within WorleyParsons is provided below.

Table 8-3. Computer Programs Listed By Discipline

Discipline Title Description Vendor

Civil-Structural 50 Zone Capacity Load Calculation Chvac

Civil-Structural ACE for Frameworks Automates the creation and placement of steel ACESEA
elements in the 3D model.

Civil-Structural AISC_Code_Check (ASD).xls AISC Code Check (ASD) WorleyParsons

Civil-Structural Anchor Bolt Design Spreadsheet Anchor Bolt Design PIP(STE05121)

Civil-Structural APILE Plus Program for the Analysis of the AxialCapacity of Ensoft, Inc.
Driven Piles

Civil-Structural ASCE_Wind_Code_02.xls ASCE Wind Code WorleyParsons

Civil-Structural ASCE_Wind_Code_95.xls ASCE Wind Code WorleyParsons

Civil-Structural AutoCAD Architectural Augments AutoCAD for designing buildings & AutoDesk
structures.

Civil-Structural BaseplateDesign (ASD).xls Baseplate Design (ASD) WorleyParsons

Civil-Structural BaseplateDesign (LRFD).xls Baseplate Design (LRFD) WorleyParsons

Civil-Structural Centrifugal_Foundation_Design.xls Centrifugal Foundation Design WorleyParsons

Civil-Structural Civil Tools for Windows

Civil-Structural Descon Brace - ASD Design Of Steel Bracing Connections Omnitech


Associates

Civil-Structural Descon Brace - LRFD Design Of Steel Bracing Connections(LRFD) Omnitech


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Table 8-3. Computer Programs Listed By Discipline

Discipline Title Description Vendor

Civil-Structural Descon Brace - MLRFD Design Of Steel Bracing Connections (LRFD) Omnitech
(metric) Associates

Civil-Structural Descon Win - ASD Design Of Steel Beam Connections Omnitech


Associates

Civil-Structural Descon Win-LRFD Design Of Steel Beam Connections (LRFD) Omnitech


Associates

Civil-Structural Descon Win-MLRFD Design Of Steel Beam Connections (LRFD) Omnitech


(metric) Associates

Civil-Structural Dike_Containment_V6lume.xls Dike Containment Volume WorleyParsons

Civil-Structural Drilled_Shaft_Design.xls Drilled Shaft Design WorleyParsons

Civil-Structural Foundation3D Foundation3D is a spread and combined footing Dimensional


analysis/design tool for soil or pile supported Solutions
foundations for industrial equipment such as
horizontal exchangers, horizontal vessels, vertical
vessels or towers. pipe racks. etc.

Civil-Structural Hydraflow Hydrographs 2004 Hydrograph Model used for simple or complex Intelisolve
watersheds using SCS and/or Rational methods.
Develop runoff hydrographs, combining
hydrographs. routing them through channels and
designing detention ponds and diverting single
hydrographs into two.

Civil-Structural Hydraflow Storm Sewers 2005 Hydrograph Model used for simple or complex Intelisolve
watersheds using SCS and/or Rational methods.
Develop runoff hydrographs. combining
hydrographs, routing them through channels and
designing detention ponds and diverting single
hydrographs into two.

Civil-Structural InRoads Application suite for site design, road design, and Bentley
digital terrain modeling. Includes advanced 3D
modeling, design and analysis, drawing
production and data management capabilities.

Civil-Structural LPILE Plus Program for the Analysis of Piles and Drilled Ensoft, Inc.
Shafts Under Lateral Loads

Civil-Structural MasterSpec Specification Library Management ALA

Civil-Structural Moment_Connection.xls Moment Connection WorleyParsons

Civil-Structural PCA Column Analysis and design of rectangular or circular Portland Cement
concrete column sections under uniaxial or Assn
biaxial bending.

Civil-Structural PCA Mats Finite element analysis and design of reinforced Portland Cement
concrete mat foundations and slabs subject to Assn
static loading. Special attention should be given
to modeling.

Civil-Structural ReciprocatingFoundationDesign.x Reciprocating Foundation Design WorleyParsons


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Table 8-3. Computer Programs Listed By Discipline

Description Vendor
Discipline Title

Civil-Structural SACS General 3D structural design and analysis. Engineering


Dynamics, Inc

Civil-Structural Spread_Footing_Design.xls Spread Footing Design WorleyParsons

Civil-Structural STAAD Pro General 3D structural design and analysis. Bentley

Civil-Structural Steel_MTO.xls Steel MTO WorleyParsons

Civil-Structural Survey SelectCAD Manageand visualize survey data. Bentley

Civil-Structural Tank Calculates center point of tanks. WorleyParsons

Civil-Structural Unit Converter Converts metric and English Units. WorleyParsons

Civil-Structural Vertical VesselFoundationDesign. Vertical Vessel Foundation Design WorleyParsons


xls

Dresser SRVS (Consolidated) Relief valve sizing Dresser


Control Systems
Control valve sizing Fisher
Control Systems Fisher Firstvue

Control Systems lnstrucalc Orillee, CV, RV, and RD sizing GulfPublishing

Control Systems ISA S20 SpecForm II ISA data sheet preparation ISA

Masoneilan Control valve sizing Masoneilan-


Control Systems
Dresser

SmartPIant Instrumentation Instrument Interactive Datbase Integraph


Control Systems
(INtools)

Valtek Performance Control valve sizing Valtek (Flowserve)


Control Systems

Electrical ETAP PowerStation Integrated electrical powersystem analysistool. Operation


Technology, Inc

Electrical Luxicon Lighting Software Lighting Calculations Cooper Lighting

Electrical PC-CKS Conduit and cable schedule, routing. etc. for WorleyParsons
conduit and cable tray systems.

Electrical SKM PowerTools Integrated set of programs written for engineers SKM Systems
who design and analyze industrial and petro- Analysis
chemical facilities. Includes A_FAULT,
CAPTOR, DAPPER, HI_WAVE. I*SIM, and
IEC_FAULT.

Engineering Systems Acrobat Used to crate and annotate Adobe PDF images Adobe
of drawings and other documents.

Engineering Systems Aspen Basic Engineering Integrated process engineering system (Zyqad) AspenTech

Engineering Systems AutoCAD 2D CAD drafting application. AutoDesk

Engineering Systems AutoPlant Equipment 3D parametric equipment modeling using object- Bentley
oriented technology

Engineering Systems AutoPlant Isometrics Piping isometric drafting using spec-driven Bentley
routing and component placement

Engineering Systems AutoPlant Structural Modeler Quick generation of accurate 3D structural steel Bentley <>
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Table 8-3. Computer Programs Listed By Discipline

Description Vendor
Discipline Title

Microstation Add-in Axiom


Engineering Systems Axiom

Engineering Systems CATS Drawingconversin


Enables remote access to shared desktop Citrix Systems Inc.
Engineering Systems Citrix
applications.

InfoMaker Report creation software used with INtools Sybase


Engineering Systems
Microstation Plot Server Intergraph
Engineering Systems IPLOT

Engineering Systems ISOGEN Extracts and prepares piping isometrics Alias


automatically from the 3-D plant model
developed in PDS.
Math calculations MathCAD
Engineering Systems MathCAD

EngineeringSystems Microsoft Office 2003 Professional Wordprocessing, Spreadsheets. E-mail, Databases Microsoft

2D and 3D CAD. Underlying CAD platform for Bentley


Engineering Systems Microstation
Intergraph PDS.

Engineering Systems PDMS Complete 3-D Plant Design System program Aveva

RasterCAD Rster vector processing GTX


Engineering Systems
Engineering progress measurement system. WorleyParsons
Engineering Systems InControl
Integrates with Primavera P5.
Web Collaboration Microsoft
Engineering Systems SharePoint

SmartPIant Foundation Electronic document and engineering data Intergraph


EngineeringSystems
management system.

SmartPIant Instrumentation Instrument data management - summary, I/O list. Intergraph


EngineeringSystems
data sheets. index. loops.

Intelligent P&ID design application for creation Intergraph


Engineering Systems SmartPIant P&ID
of piping and instrumentation diagrams.
Automates the creation of the line list, valve lists,
tie-in list, and specialty item list.
3D visualization software for design review Intergraph
Engineering Systems SmartPIant Review
sessions of PDS models.

SmartSketch Used for creation of schematics. sketches, Intergraph


Engineering Systems
workflow diagrams, and basic CAD drawings.
Saves to either Microstation DGN or AutoCAD
DWG format.

Text Editor Helios Software


Engineering Systems Text Pad
Solutions

Used for creation of schematics, sketches, and Microsoft


Engineering Systems Visio
logic CAD drawings.

Engineering Systems Visual Studio Integration and automation development Microsoft


platform.
Risk assessment software. Palisade
Estimating (ffiRisk

Estimating Aspen Capital Cost Estimator EPC project estimate & scheduies generator
(Kbase)
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Table 8-3. Computer Programs Listed By Discipline

Description Vendor
Discipline Title

Aspen In-PlantCost Estimator Design, estimating. scheduling, cost-tracking and Aspentech


Estimating
reporting (Icarus Project Manager - IPM)
Richardson Process Plant Estimating Datbase Aspentech
Estimating
Construction Est. Stds. (CD
Versin)

Mechanical CODECALC Pressure vessel and heat exchanger design. COADE

Compress Pressure vessel design. Codeware


Mechanical

FRNC Fired Heater Simulation PFR


Mechanical

Mechanical GT Master Thermal power plant simulation. Creates cycle Thermoflow


heat balance and equipment designs for given
thermodynamic inputs.

Mechanical GTPro Thermal power plant design and analysis. Thermoflow


Detailed heat balances, cycle flow schematics,
equipment designs, and economic analyses.

Mechanical RCS Shell and Tube Exchanger Mechanical Res. Co.

RECIPAK ReciprocatingCompressor Selection QUATRIX


Mechanical

Mechanical Tank API-650 Oil Storage Tank Design COADE

Watercycle RX Models and Predicts Corrosin Rates and water French Creek
Mechanical
treatments

Ansys To determine structural adequacy of riser and Ansys


Pipelines
spool design when subject to jacket and thermal
movements and hydrodynamic torces.

Pipelines Map3D Integrates design andgeographic information Auto Desk

Offpipe Pipeline To demnstrate that designed pipeline is Offpipe


Pipelines
instaliation friendly; and to perform detailed
instaliation engineering to determine parameters
for offshore pipe laying operation.
A Finite Element Computer Program for Southwest Applied
Pipelines SPAN
Nonlinear Analyses of SubMarine Pipelines, Mechanics
Risers, and Mooring Lines

Piping AutoPipe Piping stress analysis Rebis

Piping Caesar II Static / dynamic pipe stress analysis. COADE/

Intergraph

Piping Compress - FEA Nozzles/NozzlePro COMPRESS designs and rates ASME Section Codeware
VIH Divisin 1 and optionally Divisin 2
pressure vessels
Paulin Research
Piping FE/PIPE
Group

FE Analysis on Equipment Nozzles Paulin Research .


Piping Nozzle PRO
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Table 8-3. Computer Programs Listed By Discipline

Description Vendor
Discipline Title
Aspen Air Cooled Exchanger Heat exchanger rating and design program used Aspentech
Process
nternal to HYSYS (AES HTFS ACOL and
ACX)

AES Aspen Plus Steady-state process simulator AspenTech


Process

AES Dynamics Dynamicprocess simulator AspenTech


Process

AES Hetran (BJAC) Heat exchanger Rating Program AspenTech


Process

AES HYSYS - Amines Option Steady-stateprocess simulator AspenTech


Process

Process AES HYSYS - Crude Module Steady-state process simulator with crude oil AspenTech
Option property package

AES HYSYS - Process Steady-state process simulator with amines AspenTech


Process
property package

AFT Arrow Steady-state compressible fluid flow for piping Applied Flow
Process
networks Technology

AFT Fathom Steady-state incompressible fluid flow for piping Applied Flow
Process
networks Technology

Aspen Process EconomicAnalyzer Interactively sizes equipment. develops operating AspenTech


Process
costs and creates an investment analysis.; Process
Simulator/Estimating tool (Icarus Process
Evaluator-IPE)

Process Aspen Shell & Tube Exchanger Mechanical design and rating of shell & tube Aspentech
exchangers and pressure vessels (AES HTFS
STX, TASC, TEAMS)

BR&E ProMax Steady-state process simulator (Includes Bryan Research


Process
TSWET and PROSIM) and Engineering

Crane Companion Line Sizing Crane


Process

DATACON Data reconciliation and plant gross error Invensys


Process
detection

Relief valve sizing Farris


Process Farris

FlareNet Pressure relief systems simulator AspenTech


Process

Process FRI Bubble Cap Tray Rating Bubble cap tray calculations FRI

Process FRI Dualflow Tray Rating Dual flow tray calculations FRI

Process FRI Sieve Tray Rating Sieve cap tray calculations FRI

Process Gatecycle Power plant design and simulation for steady- GE Enter
state and off-design analysis of thermal power
systems.

HEXTRAN Heat-transfersimulation and pinch analysis Invensys


Process

Process HISIM. amine The older versin of HYSYS. Seems to be more


reliable

Process HTRI - ACE Thermal design and rating of air-cooled heat HTRI J
exchangers
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Table 8-3. Computer Programs Listed By Discipline

Description Vendor
Discipline Title

Process HTRI - CST Thermal rating of shell and tube heat exchangers HTRI
(condensers)

Process HTRI - IST Thermal design of shell and tube heat exchangers HTRI

Process HTRI - PHE Thermal rating of pate and frame heat HTRI
exchangers

Process HTRI - RKH Design and rating of kettle and horizontal HTRI
thermosyphon reboilers

Process HTRI - RTF-2 Design and rating of vertical thermosyphon HTRI


reboilers

Process HTRI - ST Thermal design and rating of shell and tube heat HTRI
exchangers (single phase)

Process HTRI - VIB Vibration analysis of heat exchangers HTRI

Process HTRI - Xchanger Suite Thermal design of heat exchangers HTRI

Process iPRSM Pressure Relief Systems Management software Farris


aliows centralized safety management from
anywhere in the vvorld

Process KYPipe Steady-state incompressible fluid flow for piping University of


networks and surge analysis Kentucky

Line Size Single and Tvvo-phase Line sizing with Access WorleyParsons
Process
datbase capability

NATASHA Multi-phase pipeline sizing Fluid Flow


Process
Consultants

Process Norton Packed tower design program

Process PFR-FRNC5 Thermal designand ratingof fired equipment

PIMS Linear programming for Refinery modeling AspenTech


Process

PIPEPHASE Oil and gas multiphase pipeline simulator Invensys


Process

PRO/II Steady-stateprocess simulator Invensys


Process

PumpSize Single-phase line sizing and pump calculation WorleyParsons


Process
program

SizeMaster Mark IV Farris PSV sizing program Farris


Process

Process SULPAK Sulzer design and sizing program for trayed


columns

SULSIM SCI Sulfur Plant Simulator Sulsim


Process

Process SULTRAY Tray ratingprogram for Sulzerproducs

Process UNITS Unit conversions

Process Visual Flow Design and modeling of safety systems and Invensys .
pressure relief networks
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Table 8-3. Computer Programs Listed By Discipline

Description Vendor
Discipline Title

Provides a structured environment to collect. WorleyParsons


Project Controls InControl
catalogue, analyze and present information about
the project. Such information includes key
quantities, man-hours, and currency amounts in
budgets, forecasts, commitments, and
expenditures for the project.

Project Controls Primavera P6 Scheduling application for Engineering, Primavera


Procurement. and Construction activities.

Project Controls Project Project Management program Microsoft

Project Controls SmartPIant Materials Integrated material management system. Intergraph


Includes modules for requisitioning, purchasing.
expediting. logistics. field material control, and
pipe material specification.

Interface Management Plan

Managing interfaces between mltiple execution locations involved in design ofsame facil-
ity iscritical and the risk severity, ifnot managed/coordinated properly may be extreme.

To mitgate the risk WorleyParsons will assign a full time Interface Manager. The Interface
Manager will develop an Interface Plan and actively coordnate all interfaces between
stakeholders.

Project Interface Plan will identify and define each interface location between process units,
non-process units, Utilities, existing refinery, electrical, and Communications. The Interface
Plan will cover the scope ofwork related to designing the Revamp and Greenfield facilities.
The Plan will be made up of Master Interface Diagrams, Interface Index and applicable dis
cipline drawings detailed with the interface symbol.

Master Interface Diagrams

The Master Interface Diagrams (MID) will present a pictorial representation of the overall
contract and interface philosophy and are not intended to include all interface points which
are referred to in detail in the Interface Index.

Interface Index

The Interface ndices will identify each interface point by a specifc Interface Number, Dis
cipline code, Interface Drawing Number (i.e., P&ID, Civil underground piping plan, Elec
trical one-line and/or layout, etc.), Responsible Contractor ID Number, Contract Number,
and Interface Description.

The Interface Number will consist of a one to four digit number assigned to each Interfa
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Point or mltiple Interface Points within the same geographical rea. Interface Points that
involve mltiple disciplines are given the same Interface Number followed by the applica
ble discipline code.

The Interface Suffix discipline code is a letter designation as follows:


J - Instrumentation; L - Piping; M - Structural; P - Electrical;
R- Building/Architecture; S- Civil; and T - Communication.

Interface Reference Drawings

All Interface Points will be identified on the applicable drawings. The Interface Point
drawing symbol will an oval with the prefix "IP," Interface Point, followed by the unique
Interface Numberas defined above, and suffix discipline code as defined above.

Use of Licensed Technology

The success of the PROJECT relies on the completion and delivery of the licensed unit de
signs by the licensors. WorleyParsons has a long history ofworking with licensors and as a
result we have many existing non-disclosure agreements in place with some of the major
technology suppliers such as UOP. The current efforts to identify the licensors of choice
will certainly speed up the process of engaging the licensors early and setting the scheduies
for them to deliver their design packages. We have recently been involved in several major
licensor selection projects specifically related to the units that are being proposed for this
project and we have enough information to support and offer valu engineering as a result
of the lessons learned.

Coordination of Licensor's Activities

Our plan is to assign a lead process engineer to manage the lcense units and coordnate the
activities between the licensors and the process units involved in the design. We also find
that locating a coordinator in the licensors office may also offer better meant ofcommuni
cation and gives us a better assessment of the progress of work in the licensors office. The
coordinator organizes information transfer and plans scheduies and meeting to review the
licensor work.

Before Contract Award

Once the licensors have been selected we will ensure that all non-disclosure agreements are
in place and we will start communicating with the licensor to get their needs list and design
specification requirements. We will make available the general specifications for all
equipment.

After Contract Award

We plan to work with the SORESCO to complete contractual issues and arrange for a kick-
offmeeting with each licensor. The kickoff meeting with cover the project expectations,
design basis, general specifications, and a work plan with special emphasis on critical iter
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on the list of deliverables.

Coordination Procedure

We will work with each licensor based on a work order andjob specification identifying all
the deliverables. The project team will arrange weekly meetings and review project pro
gress, identify tasks for each week. The licensor work plans and scheduies will be inte
grated into the overall project schedule and we will identify all the interfaces that need spe
cial attention. It our plan to have a licensor coordinator present at the licensors offices, as
needed, to monitor progress, and identify critical tasks and deliverables as it relates to the
project.

Review of Licensor's Design

At the kickoff meeting we will identify the review milestones with each licensor. Generally,
we will have the following reviews:

Design basis, scope ofwork, deliverables, and work plan along with the licensors sche
dule during the kickoff meeting

Review process flow diagrams issued for client review

Review P&IDs issued for client review

Equipment design criteria and general specifications

Equipment data sheets and specifications

The licensor coordinator will arrange for the reviews and make sure that SORESCO and
WorleyParsons engineers are present at the meetings.

FEED Management Systems

Project Controls Systems

The diagram in Figure 8-2 below provides a pictorial overview of the system which in
cludes software for scheduling, progress reporting, cost control, and document control in
tended for application the PROJECT.
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Safety Statistics & Key:


InControl Incktenl Reporting
(Omnisafe) Direction o(
Project Contracts
Delverable Change Progress information
Summary Management
Estimating Management Update E-mail flow
Module
Module Module Module Module (MS Outlook
(Recotna!
Exchange)
HR System Discipline

Proposal r Specialist
Engineering
Generator
Module
"> T Document
Software

*- Register 4
Finance Project Control Module Module
P&ID. Electrical,
Client
System (InControl) Instrumentation Project
(SmartPIant Documenta
Document
Design Surte) Data
SData
Time Management
Warehouse System
Management
System Process 8 System
Mechanical Data (SmartPIant
Management Foundation)
(ZyQad)

Project
Registra tion & Completions
Capital 30 CAD
Initiabon Project Planning ICompWion (PDS/PDMS/
Cost
System Reporting (Primavera! Management Materials AutoPlant)
Estimating Tool) Management
rtrmril -' IMa * Document
Sharing
(Intranet -
Est Risk Planning Risk SharePoint) Client
(Rtsk) (Partmaster)
O Enterprise
Finance
System
Overall EPCM Cost Control Management
System
[Construction ManagementSystem (CMS)/Other] (EMS/WPMP)

Engineering Data Management


Finance & Client
Administration ProjectManagement /Control Systems & Design & Collaborative
Systems
Systems Systems
Systems

Figure 8-2. Business Management Systems

Project Controls- Cost, Scheduling, and Project Reporting

The successful management of projects is reliant upon the implementation of effective and
comprehensive Project Management and Project Controls. Planning, scheduling, estimat
ing, and cost control services, as an integrated support to project execution, provide the ve-
hicle to faciltate management decisin making.

The fundamental importance of establishing a strong project control group, within the pro
jecttask forc, is fully recognized by WorleyParsons, and the methods for meeting this re
quirement are built into our overall execution strategy.

The project control group will be mobilized immediately upon contract award, with the ini
tial objectives ofservicing the intensive planning and scheduling effort that will be needed
at the start of the project.

A Project Control Manager, reporting directly to the Deputy Project Director, will be as
signed to manage and coordnate all control activities, set priorities and targets, and provide
overall management direction.

The project control group, will oprate from within the dedicated project task forc, anc
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consist of three sub-sections (planning, cost and estimating), each supported by a lead plan
ner, lead cost, and lead estimator selected for their combined technical and management
ability. Together the Project Control Manager and lead will be responsible for all home of
fice and site office control activities.

Throughout the project, the emphasis within the control group will be to provide Manage
ment with accurate current status and future forecast information, with the explicit purpose
of highlighting reas of concern and facilitating decision-making.

Project Controls Software Tools

WorleyParsons uses an integrated management system which incorporates four key soft
ware packages for Project Controls:

Project Costs InControl


Finance/Accounting Focus 6

Procurement/Material Control SmartPIant Materials


Project Planning Primavera P6

Planning and Scheduling Objectives

To provide scheduies from summary to detailed level which optimize expenditure of


time, and reflect the project contractual obligations.

To provide regular project reports on current status to project management and the Cli
ent, to faciltate management decisin making.

To identify reas of concern and subsequent recovery action to minimize adverse


trends.

Planning and Scheduling Responsibilities

The Deputy Project Director carries overall responsibility for achievement of the Project
Schedule.

The Lead Discipline personnel work closely with the planners and are responsible for pro
viding input to the development of the project schedule.

The Lead Planner is responsible for providing the planning service on the project. He will
report to the Project Control Manager. His primary duties are:

To develop project planning and progress measurement procedures based on Company


standards.

Insures that the progress measurement systems of the FEED and EPC Contractors meet
the mnimum requirements of "earned valu system."
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To prepare and maintain the work breakdown structure (WBS) and the level 1/2/3
planning schedule for engineering, procurement, construction and commissioning in
line with contractual milestones.

Collect and audit level 4 planning deliverables from the FEED and EPC Contractors
and summarize this data into the level 1/2/3 scheduies.

To provide cise coordination with the project team with respect to site construction
planning and forthcoming plant tumarounds.

To support the set up of the progress measurement and reporting system for each con
tractor, discipline/craft, by area/module and by deliverableas required.

To identify to management any adverse trends in engineering progressand productivity,


procurement progress, critical path activities etc.

To assess impact of potential changes in the scope of work.

To attend and provide accurate reporting data at all progress review meetings.

Planning Hierarchy and Methodology

The project schedule will be produced at various levis of detail to suit the project, as de
fined by the project reporting structure. The mximum levis envisaged are given de
scribed below and shown in Figure 8-3 below. To support this tiered system, at the begn-
ningof the project, a Work Breakdown Structure (WBS) is agreed to enablethe packages of
work and reporting structure to be established. The WBS enables a complex project to be
broken down into small, manageable packages. Schedule and cost reports can be generated
at the lowest level and aggregated for overall reports.

All schedule activities are input to Primavera and the resulting networks, bar charts, critical
path analysis and reports are used as the primary control tools to control the project sched
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LEVEL 1 MANAGEMENT SUMMARY SCHEDULE

LEVEL2

ENGINEERING - PROCUREMENT FABRICATION -CONSTRUCTION


LEVEL 3 Detailed Scheduies Detailed Scheduies

|

DOCUMENT MATERIAL SUBCONTRACT
LEVEL 4 CONTROL SCHEDULES
REGISTER

Figure8-3. Scheduling Hierarchy

Level 1 - Management Summary Schedule

A one-page project summary schedule intended to provide both Client and WorleyPar
sons' management with an executive status of the project schedule. The schedule is
based upon the agreed Level 2 schedule and the Contract Milestones.

Level 2 - Project Master Schedule

The Level 2 Schedule serves as the basis for establishing, monitoring, and controlling
engineering, procurement, and construction activities by WBS rea and work pack-
age/subcontract. It confirms the planning strategy and provides the parameters for
more detailed planning at lower levis.

During the early stages of the project, emphasis is given to construction driven sched
uling to establish targets for engineering document releases and equipment/material de-
liveries to site. In this schedule, the activities are logically linked and the critical and
sub-critical paths are identified. Construction schedule requirements determine pur
chase order dates, delivery spans for major equipment, sequential deliveries, and sub
contractor activities. As the project moves to the field, definitve construction sched
uies are established and given to the field scheduler for administration.

Following management approvals, the Project Master Schedule is distributed to all


managers and key personnel in the project team and the functional engineering depart-
ments to ensure that all concerned are fully aware of the target dates for engineering,
procurement, and construction activities.

Once fnalized the Project Master Schedule is issued as a baseline plan against whi

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progress and performance is measured

Level 3 / Level 4 - Detailed Working Scheduies

The Level 3 and Level 4 Scheduies are typically created and maintained by the various
FEED and EPC Contractors based on WBS requirements established by the Lead Pro
ject Scheduler. The data from these scheduies will be collected by WorleyParsons and
imported into the Project Master Schedule on a monthly basis. These Level 3 & 4
scheduies help to further define the Level 2 schedule and demnstrate the attainability
of major project milestones. It is a detailed logic diagram, based on standard disci-
pline/trade activities, that defines primary relationships within a discipline and the re
quired interfaces with other disciplines or groups, such as procurement and construc
tion.

Planning Computer Systems

Primavera P6 is used as a standard network-planning package. Microsoft Excel and Access


are often used to compliment Primavera in terms of graphics and the storing of historical
progress data.

Progress Measurement

As the PMC Contractor, WorleyParsons will ensure that all the FEED and EPC contractors
utilize progress measurement systems that meet minimal standards of an "earned valu"
system. Progress is to be measured using the task management principies. Status is based
on the physical accomplishment of work or deliverables and is represented by a percent
complete established by the completion of predetermined milestones.

At regular intervals, not less than monthly, physical progress is reported to the PMC by all
contractors (against the baseline plan). The WorleyParsons Scheduling team will then col-
late this data into the Master Project Schedule in order to prepare level 1 & level 2 sched
uies for inclusin in the Monthly Project Progress Report.

An analysis of the current schedule against the baseline schedule, as well as progress and
current equipment and material jobsite delivery information will indcate potential problem
reas. Emphasis will be placed oncritical and sub-critical paths and the planner will assess
the potential impact on downstream activities. The analysis may be supported by a spe-
cialty schedule developed to give emphasis or afford added detail to critical reas or proc-
esses.

Cost Control System - InControl - PMC Service Cost Control System

WorleyParsons uses InControl as its preferred Project control and reporting application to
track PMC service costs. InControl is a proprietary Project control software application in
widespread use within the WorleyParsons organization.
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InControl is a modular system comprising the following integrated modules:

Project Control Module - central module for collection and reporting of cost, progress
and forecast final cost data;

Progress Update Module - for entering the progress (% complete) of deliverable or


tasks;

Change Management Module - for the generation and management of all change re
quests and utilized to manage any adjustments to the budget once a baseline has been
set;

Contracts Management Module - for the control and management of actual costs,
committed costs, variations and invoices for subcontracts and purchase orders where
required;

Reporting Module - comprehensive reporting ofactual costs and progress, earned val
u (% and cost) and forecast final cost for the project.

Critical cost parameters that are maintained in InControl include:

Budget Costs: Budget costs are prepared at the WBS level and identify all labor and
non-labor costs associated with the completion of the activity. The Budgets are devel
oped within InControl and costs identified at the resource level. Budget information
can beexchanged with the finance system to enable detailed cost reporting at the trans-
action or Une item level.

Committed Costs: Commitments for both labor and non-labor costs are Consolidated
within InControl for management reporting purposes.

Actual Costs: Actual costs are controlled and reported for all labor and non-labor ex-
penditure. Labor expenditure is based on the cumulative man-hours recorded through
the electronic time writing system. Non-labor costs include other PMC service costs
associated with the PROJECT, including labor-based sub-contracts where applicable,
procured items, and contracted work again where applicable. This data can be entered
in to the finance system and imported to InControl.

Forecast Costs: The forecast cost at completion for each WBS will be monitored and
reported continuously throughout the Project. Forecast will be based on anticipated fi
nal man-hours, and their associated cost, for labor based components, or anticipated fi
nal costs for procured items, subcontract services or other Project expenses.

WorleyParsons uses InContro.'s extensive library of pre-configured report templates, and


the Project WBS activity codes, to sort, group and filter information for reporting against
any coding convention that has been specifed. This aliows the team to view both summary
information, and to anaiyze in more detail, performance or forecast information for spjjjffic / p
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reas of the Project.

Change Management

Management of change is critical. All potential changes from original scope of work shall
be brought to the Project Controls Manager's attention as soon as they are identified.
Changes to the project scope or changes to an agreed design shall be identified, evaluated,
and communicated in accordance with the WorleyParsons Management of Project Change
Procedure. No work will commence on any variations until formal approval is received
from the client.

The identification of deviations to the work and the subsequent conversin into changes to
the budget, plans, and forecast are extremely critical factors in the ultmate commercial and
schedule success of all projects. A project change is any deviation from the current scope,
execution, quantification, or planned use of resources. The project must effectively identify
change in order to manage the change and the ongoing work. The project team must fulfill
the following objectives:

Identify all changes early - scope development, performance, planning etc.

Provide a simple process that aliows anyone ona project to identify a potential change.

Increase management planning and control of projects

Expedite the resolution of change impacts

Ensure that the Project Control System is maintained to provide the current scope,
forecast, and plans on an ongoing basis.

Progress Reports

Weekly progress reports will be prepared in accordance with WorleyParsons guidelines


formats and content. Friday will be the cut-offperiod for the weekly report, with transmit-
tal to SORESCO by Tuesday of the following week. The weekly report will consist of a
concise write up, the status of all deliverables (generated through InControl), and graphic
representation of the earned progress against the baseline.

The monthly report will be prepared in accordance with WorleyParsons guidelines for for
mat and content. The last Friday of each month will be the cut-off day for the monthly re
porting period. The monthly report will be transmitted to Saudi Aramco on the second Fri
day after the cut-off Friday. The monthly report will consist ofa concise write up, the status
of all deliverables (generated through InControl), and graphic representation of the earned
progress against the baseline.

Reports will typical include:


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Executive Summary Narrative


Safety Statistics
Detailed Project Status
Planning Narrative identifying majorachievements, critical reas, trends etc.
Progress S-curves
Manpower Histograms
Procurement Status
Document Status

Project Issues and Concerns


Level 1 and 2 scheduies, which are updated based on a roll-up of progress data from
the Level 3 schedule

Estimating

WorleyParsons utilizes two basic systems for preparation of capital cost estimates. Icarus is
a third party system (now called K-Base) which is marketed by Aspen Tech. WorleyPar
sons has used it for years as a method to estimate where detailed engineering information is
not available. WorleyParsons just completed an estimate for a majorSaudi Aramco project
using the K-base estimating system. The system contains its own databases for all disci
plines and can provide very detailed information regarding the cost of the facility. The
critical aspect when using the Icarus (K-Base) system is to realize and understand that
where engineering information is not available, the system will fail back to its standard da
tabases to complete the estimate. WorleyParsons estimating staff are all Icarus users and
understand the system well. They take the necessary precautions to assure that the estimate
produced is consistent with the quality of the information in the system.

WorleyParsons also maintains its own Spreadsheet Estimating System, which is used when
we are required to produce a Definitive Quality Estimate. This system depends on detailed
engineering information, usually actual takeoff, and produces a more defined and higher
quality estimate. The system's databases are actual WorleyParsons historical data, which is
updated regularly to be as current as we can make it.

The specifc estimating tool that we apply is based on the type of estimate. The chart in
Figure 8-4, Standard Estimate Types, defines WorleyParsons' estimate classifcation and the
engineering products necessary to satisfy each category. It also provides the percent com
plete necessary to equate to a certain level of estimate accuracy.

Obviously, not all estimates are compliant with the standard as shown in the chart on the
next page. When detailed information is not all available, then we identify specifically
what we don't have and through the use of historical data (or the Icarus System), we de
velop the estimate. The estimate of contingency required to achieve the required quality is
therefore very important. WorleyParsons use a system called "At Risk" for this purpose. It
is a Monte Cario Technique system, which aliows for the input of+/- vales on to accounts
in the estimate. The system then produces a report, which defines the contingency neces
sary to be added to the estimate to achieve the quality and probability of meeting the osi-
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mate valu at project conclusin.

40% 60% 80%


Engineering Percent-Complete Recommended Contingency
(Slait ol Engineering to Mechanical Completion) 15-25%| 15-20%| 5-15% I 5%
Enquiry Drjcument / Drafl Contract
General Client Specifications
Products / Units / Capacity / Site Location
Detailed Project Scope Description
Project Master Schedule / Work BreakdownStructure
Local Survey Data (Construction / Engineering / Transportation and Material Supply)
Site Survey & Soils Report
Overall Plot Plans (Main Infrastructure Shown)
Project Execution Plan / Strategy
Subcontract / Procurement and Buy-Out Plan / Strategy
Construction Execution Plan / Strategy
Risk Management Plan and Tax AvoidanceStrategy
Basic Process Design / PFD's
Sized Equipment List
i a Equipment Data Sheets (Mechanical)
Process and Instrument Diagrams (P&IDs)
Budget/Telephone Quotes forMajority of Equipment and Materials
Fixed Price Quotes for Majorityof Equipment and Materials
Actual Purchase Orders for Majorityof Equipment and Materials
Topography Details / General Site Prep Drawings
Cut and Filland Land Reclamation MTO Volumes (WithSpoil Heap Locations)
Major Foundations / Structures, Sketches andMTO
Road, Paving. UG Services, Fencing and Finishes Layouts
BuildingMatrix (Showing Sizes & Types)
BuildingPlans / HVAC Functional Specification
Overall Line List / Tie In List
Equipment Layouts / Piping Models MTO
Line Shoots / Layouts / Isomelric Sketches (Major Lines)
Piping Material Classifications
Detailed Piping, Valve and Insulation MTO - Not in Model MTO
Control Philosophy
Single Line Diagrams and Overall Load Scheduies
Instrument Index / Tagged Componen! MTO / Cable and Conduit Schedule
Lighting/ Grounding and Cable Routing Layouts
MajorControl System and Electrical Equipment Requirements
Detailed Electrical and Instrumentation MTO
Shipping Weights and Rates
Operating Materialand Spare Parts Requirements
|s Construction Equipment Requirements
Temporary Facility Layouts / Requirements
OrganisationCharts (Fieldand Home Office)
Home Office Engineering Manhours by Discipli
ManpowerScheduies (Fieldand Home Office)
Assigned Personnel Terms & Conditions
Expenditure / Commitment Cashflows
5j ra Agents Fee Agreements
ra
oo AllProject Insurance and Bond / Guarantee Requirements
Licence Fee and Royalty Requirements

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Figure 8-4. Standard Estimate Types

In order for the system to be effective, WorleyParsons assigns an independent snior level
estimator to interview the engineers, project staff and the estimating staff to determine the
+/- vales for each account. This person serves to remove estimating bias and provides a
clearer and more realistic evaluation ofthe upsides and downsides of each account.

WorleyParsons reviews this output internally and with our client to assure all are on board
before a contingency valu is selected. Escalation will be applied when a project schedule
requires it. Vales are based on available data from the industry and from various current
publications. When engineering is far enough along, vendor quotations are solicited. The
se could be budgetary quality or definitive quality dependent upon engineering percent
complete. We use our own historical data for equipment pricing when engineering is not far
enough to solicit quote from suppliers.

Document Control Systems

WorleyParsons will use the SmartPIant Foundation (SPF) Electronic Document Manage
ment System (EDMS) for control of all documentation produced on the project. SPF is
primarily used by the document control group to store, manage, and distribute project doc
uments and associated transmitais. SPF manages the full assortment of project documents
and deliverables including drawings, data sheets, specifications, requisitions, supplier data,
QC reports, construction reports, and project correspondence. These may be in either
scanned or native file format.

The project-specific requirement for numbering, reviewing, approving, distributing, and fil-
ing project documents will be established at the start of the work. SPF is presently set-up to
utilize the WorleyParsons' Document Numbering System (EMS procedure EPP-0040), and
can be modified to accommodate the Client numbering system.

SharePoint Web Interface will be used to access the project documents stored in SPF from
the field or client offices and are defined below.

Knowledge SharingApplication - Microsoft SharePoint

WorleyParsons use the generic Microsoft SharePoint application extensively. This scalable
server-based software is deeply integrated with Microsoft Office and aliows simple access
to shared documents and files through highly-configurable web portis. Authorized users
can access SharePoint documents using their web browser, either internally via the Worley
Parsons LAN/WAN or externally via the internet.

Aproject SharePoint portal can be set up sothat documents can be seamlessly accessed by
all project participants (main offices, remote offices, clients, sub-contractors, vendors, etc.)
with appropriate authorization. This aliows individual project team members to leverage
relevant information across the various entities and locations to help them to work more
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Construction Site Logistics and Temporary Facilities

As FEED progresses, the EPC Contracting Strategy is developed; the WorleyParsons Con
struction Manager will oversee the process ofdesigning the Site Utilization Drawing. The
purpose of this drawing will be to assign temporary facility reas to each ofthe EPC Con
tractors.

Each assigned rea will be sized to reflect the relative scopes ofwork. Space will be as
signed to provide for material and equipment lay down, work shops, fabrication reas, pre-
assembly reas, site office reas, canteens for mid day meis, and parking reas for buses,
trucks and construction equipment. Fuel storage reas will be determined and safety and
environmental requirements defined.

An important element of the site logistics will be planning and managing the transportation
ofthe construction work forc from their camps to the work sites. As the work scopes de
velop, manpower estimates will be generated. Transportation of craftsmen to their respec
tive work sites will be understood and plans and routes created. WorleyParsons under-
stands that many ofthe craftsmen will be working in sites near, but remote from the Refin
ery plot. Those work shops, fabrication reas, and equipment service reas will be careflly
located to mitgate any traffic constraints in or adjacent to the Refinery. Other measures
that may be taken can include adjusting work start times and break and meal times and loca
tions.

Emergency service and evacuation routes will be designated throughout the construction r
eas. These routes will be identified asemergency routes and traffic, parking and blockages
careflly controlled. In addition, any required traffic deviations or controls necessary due
to heavy hauls or critical lifts will be managed and communicated throughout the construc
tion site to all contractors. These steps will be taken toimprove safety and efficiency ofthe
contractors. The Construction Manager as part ofthe PMC takes the lead initiating overall
project construction services. He will be supported by Construction Specialists that will
provide construction input to the PMC during the (FEED) phase, including carrying out
constructability reviews, manpower studies, construction temporary facilities planning, rig-
ging studies, milestone scheduies that identify long lead items critical to the overall con
struction schedule, a contracting strategy plan, a procurement plan for EPC contract bid
preparation including assisting with construction contract procurement.

SORESCO FEED Schedule Information


WorleyParsons has reviewed the PROJECT requirements provided in the SORESCO doc
uments. Based on this information, we present an initial FEED Schedule Level 2(Figure 8-
5). This initial FEED Schedule shows major activities, key milestones, engineering disci
pline activity durations/completion dates, and key Project Control deliverables.
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Long-Lead Procurement tems


To ensure mnimum impact to the project critical path during the EPC phase of the project,
WorleyParsons will carry out a market review of the equipment delivery dates during the
FEED phase to identify if the long-lead equipment (LLE). The following is a preliminary
list of equipment by type and unit that may be considered as LLE:

Table 8-4. Long Lead tems List by Unit

Unit Vessels Reactors Columns Pumps Compressors S/T Exchangers Air Coolers Furnaces Total

ADU 1 6 4 2 13

VDU 1 4 2 7

NHT l 2 1 4 1 9

DHT 2 4 2 4 3 4 2 2 23

CCR 4 1 2 6 4 3 20

HCU 2 2 2 7 4 5 8 3 33

ISOM 2 1 3

HYD 3 2 1 6

PSA 1 1

SWS 1 1 2

SRU 4 4

FLARE 2 2

PWR 2 (Turbo- 2
Generator)

Utilities 2 (Boilers) 2

TOTAL 4 16 16 23 18 21 11 18 127
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Exhibit C - FEED Organization Chart

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Project Manager
VVortoyParsons Colomba

All Engineering
Design Disciplines

Information
Estimating
Technology

Scheduling

Typical Project Management Team For FEED Phase


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Exhibit C - FEED Organization Chart


LEGEND:

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WorleyParsons China

WorleyParsons Costa Rica


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WorieyParsons Colombia

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Design Disciplines

Information
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Technology

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RECOPE Revamp FEED in Monrovia

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RECOPE Revamp FEED Site Support


Soresco Company Job No.: -BD
Puerto Limn, Costa Rica Refinery Revamp / Expansin Revison:
RECOPE Revamp Site Support

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FEED PHASE
GN0000 Site Investigation - Revamp es 14-NOV-11 16-Mar-12 ! lite Investiga ton . Revam >

Feec Phase - ISB. / OSBL


GN0010 Feed Phase - ISBL / OSBL 191 14-NOV-11 15-Aug-12

o 14-NoV-ll* Cont act Award


GN1000 Contract Award

GN1004 Prepare Project Management Procedures 64 14-N0V-11 Prep are Project f\ anagement

Feed Kick-OfT 0 29-NOV-11 Fe id Kick-Ofl


GN1005

GN1050 Valdate Case 10 65 14-NOV-11 17-Feb-12

19-Dec-11 O Data
GN1055 Review FSR and SORESCO Data 23 14-NOV-11

14-N0V-11 17-Feb-12 dies


GN1057 Feed Process Studies 65

election
GN1060 Process Technology Selection 44 14-NOV-11 19-Jan-12

GN1065 Receive Process Design Packages 62 19-Dec-11 16-Mar-12 ss Design R ackages

mate
GN1067 Preliminary Estmate 10 17-Feb-12 02-Mar-12

Training 127 30-Nov-H 30-May-12 Tn Ining


GN1075

31-May-12 A ard Training Contract


GN1080 Award Training Contract 0

41 19-Dec-11 16-Feb-12 Contract Pls n


GN1085 EPC Contract Plan

GN1190 EPC Package Preparation - ISBL / OSBL 43 16-Apr-12 15-Jun-12 I PC Packag Preparation ISBL/OSIIL

EPC Review Package- I! !ll /OSBL


GNI191 EPC Review Package - ISBL / OSBL 5 15-Jun-12 22-Jun-12

Issue EPC Bid Package - ISBL /OSBL 0 22-Jun-12 Issue EPC Efl Package - ISBL /OSBL
GN1192

EPC Bid / ard - ISBL /


GN1193 EPC Bid Award - ISBL / OSBL 60 22-Jun-12 18-Sep-12

GN1195 EPC Package Preparation - Revamp 43 24-Apr-12 25-Jurv-12 EPC Packai e Preparatic^i - Revamp

02-JuH2 EPC Package- pevamp


GN1196 EPC Review Package - Revamp 5 25-Jurt-12

i Issue EPC pid Package Revamp


GN1197 Issue EPC Bid Package - Revamp 0 02-Jul-12

26-Sep-12 EPC Bid / A ard - Reva ip


GN119B EPC Bid / Award - Revamp 02-JuH2

Proiect Estimate 07-Aug-12 05-Sep-12 Pi oject Estima e


GN1210

Date Checked Approved


i^B Activity
08-Sep-11 Preliminary (or Review
> Current Milestone

> Actual Milestone FEED Schedule-Lcvcl 2


> Critical Milestone
SORESCO - MOIN Refinery Expansin & Modernization Project
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14-N0V-11 10-Jut-12
Process E Tgineering
FDOI220 Process Engineenng

19-Dec-11 16-Fer>12 Valu! Engineennb


FDOI222 Valu Engineering

17-JuH2
;ivil Des gn
FDOI225 Civil Design 19-Jan-12

13-Jan-12 12-Sep-12 i Fiping Design]


FDOI230 Piping Design
31-JuH2
Equlpn ent
FDOI240 Equipment 03-Feb-12

20-Jn.i2 12-Sep-12
aTaTaTJa I istrumentatidn Design
FDOI245 Instrumentation Design
28-Aug-12 Eleptncal Desig i
FDOI250 Electrical Design 17-Feb-12

Arr hitecture
FDOI255 Architecture 17-Feb-12 2&-Aug-12

17-Feb-12 12-Sep-12 tructuralDeiign


FDOI350 Slructural Design
fi lechanical U iltles
FDOI360 Mechanical Utilties 09-Mar-12 12-Sep-12

ConstructiDility Studies 16-Feb-12 15-Jun-12


itonstructibilitL Studies
FDOI362

100*12 07-Aug-12 SubmN MTO's to Ektimating


FDOI363 Submil MTO's to Estimating

Date Checked Approved


^M Activity oa-Sep-11 Preliminary for Review
> Current Milestone

> Actual Milestone


FEED Schedule - Level 2
> Critical Milestone
SORESCO - MOIN Refinery Expansin & Modernization Project 0
WorleyParsons SOWSCO
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ISBL/OSBL GREENFIELD FEED ENGINEERING
29-Dec-11
Develop Cr leria.Standa ds and Spec fication
FDAR010 Develop Crltena.Standards and Specification 30 14-Nov-11

14-Aug-12
Devt op Building besign
FDAR020 Develop Building Design 60 18-May-12
An hitectural FE =D Technical Package
FDAR030 Architectural FEED Technical Package 10 14-Aug-12 28-Aug-12

30 14-Nov-l 1 29-0ec-11
Develop Crjteha .StandaVds andSpe ifications
FDCV010 Develop Crilena .Standards and Specifications
30-Jan-12
Evala e Geotechnl :al Repon
FDCV020 Evalate Geotechnical Report 7 19-Jan-12

15 30-Jan-12 20-Fet>12
Verify Existing Cbndition
FDCV030 Verify Existing Condition
30 20-Fet-12 02-Apr-12 Develop Tt pography Drjawings
FDCV040 Develop Topography Drawings
Grading an 1 Paving De Ign
FDCV050 Grading and Paving Design 30 1B-May-12 02-JuM2

Develop J/G System bocuments


Develop U/G System Documents 20 18-Jun-12 17-JuH2
FDCV060
Civil FEE D Technical 'ackage
Civil FEED Technical Package 10 02-JuH2 17-JuH2
FDCV070

14-NOV-11 29-Dec-11
Develop Crjtena .Standajrds.Specifici tions
FDEL010 Develop Criteria .Standards.Specifications 30

Single Line Diagrams


FDEL020 Single Line Diagrams 30 18-May-12 02-Jul-12

Load lis
Load list 15 02-JUH2 24^JuH2
FDEL030
Elect ical rea CU ssification
FDEL040 Electrical rea Classification 15 24-JUH2 14-Aug-12
D ivelop Subst ition Layout
FDEL050 Develop Substation Layout 30 24-JuH2 05-Sep-12

21-Aug-12 Equ pment Data heets


FDEL060 Equipment Data sheets 20 24-JuM2
Ma erial Requis llon forElec!ricalLLI Iten s
FDEL070 Material Requisition for Electrical LLI tems 10 14-Aug-12 2B-Aug-12
flectncalFEED Technical Package
FDEL075 Electrical FEED Technical Package 10 28-Aug-12 12-Sep-12
Pili
FDIN020 PSID Support 30 06-Apr-12 18-May-12
list
FDIN030 Develop I/O list 45 27-Apr-12 02-JuM2

30 18-May-12 02-JuH2
patasheet
FDIN040 Instrument Data sheet
rument Inde
FDIN050 Instrument Index 55 11-Jun-12 2&-Aug-12
Telecom Sy tem
Prepare Telecom System 10 10-JUM2 24-JuM2
FDIN060

12-Sep-12 I istrument F0 ED Technicil Package


FDIN070 Instrument FEED Technical Package 10 28-Aug-12

29-Dec-11
Develop