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SKDP N
-
Class Jack
-
Up Unit

Drilling/Production


N
-
Class


Harsh Environment Jack
-
up

Drilling/Production



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Company Background



Rig Concept and Design



Operations Management



QHSE





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SKDP CLASS
-
N JACK
-
UP UNIT


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SKDP established September 2006 and located in Kristiansand, Norway.



31% owned by Skeie Technology AS, 12% by Wideluck Enterprises and
57% by external investors (Post financial restructuring in July 2009).



Signed contract for design and construction of three KFELS Class N Jack
-
up Unit with delivery in 3Q and 4Q 2010, and 2Q 2011.



OTC listed in Oslo.



Operational Management: Skeie Rig Management.


COMPANY BACKGROUND

COMPANY INTRODUCTION


SKEIE DRILLING & PRODUCTION

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Skeie
Technology
AS
SKDP
SKDP1
SKDP2
SKDP3
Skeie Rig
Management
AS
(ex
Offshore Production
Services AS)
Norsupply
AS
Pier
Offshore
Management
Services AS
OSM
Consultants
AS
Business Management
Agreement
Head
Management
Agreement
Sub
Management
Agreement
Supervision
Agreement
Sub
Supervision
Agreement
COMPANY BACKGROUND

COMPANY SET
-
UP

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COMPANY BACKGROUND

KEY COMPANY STRUCTURE


Skeie Drilling & Production ASA

(Kristiansand, Norway)


SKDP Project Management/

Project Supervision Group


(Kristiansand, Norway; KFELS Shipyard,
Singapore; Sub
-
Contractor Manufacturer Yards)


Skeie Rig Management

Group (Onshore)

(Trondheim, Norway + Local Base Office)

KFELS Shipyard Singapore

(Engineering / Construction)

Rig Offshore Organisation

Sub
-
Contractor Manufacturer Yards

(Engineering / Construction)

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COMPANY BACKGROUND

SKDP


PROJECT ORGANISATION

SKDP OPERATION

Willy Tørhaug

Dag Eggan

MARKETING & SALES

Stein Eggan

Oil Company

HSE ADVISOR

Dag Eggan

QA/HSE

Jan Brataas

TECHNICAL MANAGER

Helge Skeie

PURCHASE

Jens Ugland

DOC.CONTR./SEC.

Beate Austefjord

STRUCTURE

Arne Tønnessen

MARINE/ACCOM.

Arnt Henriksen

HULL

Arnt Henriksen

JACKING SYSTEM

Morgan Tønnessen

MACH.SYSTEMS

Stein Anderssen

MACHINERY

Stein Anderssen

POWER SYSTEM

Halvor Flatland

COMMUN. / INSTR.

Keesoon Woon

El./INSTR.

Halvor Flatland

DRILLING EQUIP

Yngve Kristiansen

MUD SYSTEM

Knut Bakke

PIPING

TBN

DRILLING

Trond Standal

SITE MANAGER

Mark Aitken

SITE TEAM

Vetco Aibel AS

PRODUCTION

OSM Offshore AS

FSO

SKDP PROJECT TEAM

Tom Mikkelsen

Skeie Drilling & Production

Tomas Norrby

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FORMAL HANDOVER

DELIVERY







ACCEPTANCE


PROJECT GROUP

Supervise the engineering, construction,
documentation and delivery of the Rig:



Fully commissioned



Documented



Certified (Flag State and Class)



Ready for Operations




OPERATIONS GROUP



Prepare Operational Documentation



Prepare Maintenance Procedures



Prepare Acceptance Criteria



Assist Project and Verify Operability



System by system



Area by area


Accept and Operate



Coastal Authority Certification (PSA)



Client Interface

COMPANY BACKGROUND

PROJECT INTERFACE


RESPONSIBILITY AND MANDATE

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Company Background



Rig Concept and Design



Operations Management



QHSE





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N JACK
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Self
-
Elevating Drilling Unit (KFELS Class N)



Harsh Environment North Sea and Canadian waters



High pressure/high temperature deep well GoM



Extended reach and transverse skidding of Drill Floor



Combined drilling & production facilities



10 wells tie back or sub sea completion with production module
installed



Subsea well completion with HP riser and dry BOP over large
subsea template


75 ft long x 66 ft wide



Large Subsea X
-
mas tree (45 mt) handling through Cantilever
hatch 5x6m



Operations in 122 meters water depths. Optional 131 meters with
30 ft. leg extension.



Drilling depth up to 35,000ft (10,667M) Set Back.




Derrick 1100 tons.



Triangular hull with three (3) triangular truss legs each fitted with a
spud can with tip at its lower end. The triangular hull is 264 ft.
(80.46M) long, 289 ft. (88.09M) wide, and 35 ft. (10.67M
)

deep at
the side.



LQ designed to accommodate 120 persons.



Helicopter deck designed for Sikorsky 61N and S92 helicopter.

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SPECIFICATIONS FOR DRILLING AND PRODUCTION OPERATIONS

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RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN

CONSTRUCTION WORK KEPPEL FELS, SINGAPORE

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RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN

COMBINED DRILLING AND PRODUCTION OPERATIONS

The Cantilever and Drill Floor can be repositioned 26ft (7.92M) to the
Port side of the Vessel, to allow space for installation of a future
production process module.

Limits

Area:

12,918 sq ft (1,200M2)

Height:

52.5ft (16M)

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RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN

COMBINED DRILLING / PRODUCTION UNIT WITH STORAGE TANK

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Drill Floor located on the
substructure above the cantilever.



Cantilever capable of being skidded
fore and aft with center line
(primary Cantilever position) of
rotary up to 75 ft (22.86m) aft of
stern

It can be relocated 26 (7,92m) ft to
port (secondary Cantilever position)



The Drill Floor can be skidded 20 ft
(6.1m) port and starboard of the
Cantilever centerline both in
primary position and in secondary
position




Max operation envelop over a pre
-
installed Jacket/Wellhead Platform:

75 ft aft of Transom, 20 ft to
starboard of hull centerline and 46
ft to port of hull centerline.


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The Cantilever and Drill Floor can be
repositioned 26ft (7.92M) to the Port
side of the Vessel, to allow space for
installation of a future Production
Process Module. 12,918ft2 (1,200m2)
in area and 52.5ft (16m) maximum in
height.



With the cantilever/drill floor in offset
position with 10 wells tie back (1500
ton tension)



Row no. 1
-

5 wells 12 ft aft of transom


Row no. 2
-

5 wells 20 ft aft of transom



With cantilever in secondary position
and no production module installed a
total of 12,918 square ft (1200 square
m) free main deck area is available in
one common space. (Page 16)






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SPECIFICATIONS FOR DRILLING AND PRODUCTION OPERATIONS

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RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN

CANTILEVER FOOTPRINTS

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RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN

CANTILEVER FOOTPRINTS

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RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN

CANTILEVER FOOTPRINTS

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RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN

DESIGN OPERATING CONDITIONS


STANDARD DRILLING MODE

Design Operating Conditions



Design Storm Survival Conditions






Parameter

Imperial

SI

Leg Length

596.0 ft

182 m

Water Depth

430.0 ft

131 m

Maximum Wave Height

68.0 ft

20.72 m

Corresponding Wave Period

15 sec

15 sec

Maximum Wind Velocity (1
-
minute
average)

70.0 knots

36.01 m/sec

Current at Surface

1.940 knots

1.00 m/sec

Current at Mid
-
Depth

0.486 knots

0.25 m/sec

Current at Seabed

0.486 knots

0.25 m/sec

Air Gap

69.0 ft

21.03 m

Penetration

10.0 ft

3.05 m

Weights:

-

Elevated Hull Lightship Weight*

34,800 kips

15,785 MT

-

Maximum Combined Drilling
Load**

3,000 kips

1,361 MT

-

Maximum Variable Load (Including
Combined Drilling Load)

10,000 kips

4,535 MT

-

Total Elevated Load***

44,800 kips

20,320 MT

Parameter

Imperial

SI

Leg Length

596.0 ft

182 m

Water Depth

430.0 ft

131 m

Maximum Wave Height

90.22 ft

27.5 m

Corresponding Wave Period

17.4 sec

17.4 sec

Maximum Wind Velocity (1
-
minute
average)

88.31 knots

45.4 m/sec

Current at Surface

2.624 knots

1.35 m/sec

Current at Mid
-
Depth

1.128 knots

0.58 m/sec

Current at Seabed

1.011 knots

0.52 m/sec

Air Gap

69.0 ft

21.03 m

Penetration

10.0 ft

3.05 m

Weights:

-

Elevated Hull Lightship Weight*

34,800 kips

15,785 MT

-

Maximum Combined Drilling
Load**

700 kips

318 MT

-

Maximum Variable Load (Including
Combined Drilling Load)

7,000 kips

3,175 MT

-

Total Elevated Load***

41,800 kips

18,959 MT

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Source: Company, ODS Petrodata

MSC CJ70
-
X150A 1)
DNV
492
40,000
291/336/38
673
90
15,000
4
6,793
15,723
4,600
1 000 tons/2x1150 HP
3
14,484
5,200
120
RIG DESIGN
Keppel N
-
Class
MSC CJ70
-
X150A
MSC CJ62
-
S120
Class
DNV
DNV
DNV
Operating water depth (ft)
400 (430)
492
380
Drilling depts (ft)
35,000
30,000
30,000
Hull size (ft) (LxBxD)
264/289/35
291/336/38
256/296/35
Leg length (ft)
598
673
541
Cantilever outreach (ft)
75
90
60
BOP (psi rating)
15,000
15,000
15,000
Mud Pumps
3 (space f or 4)
4
3
Liquid mud capacity (bbls)
6,600
6,793
5,400
Bulk mud capacity (bbls)
15,892
15,723
14,027
Drawworks (hp)
4,600
4,600
3,000
Top Drive
1 000 tons/2x1150 HP
750 tons/1150 HP
750 tons/2x1150 HP
Cranes
3
3
3
Main Power(hp)
13,050
14,484
6,880
Variable Deck Load (st)
4,535
4,600
3,693
Accomodation
120
120
115
1) Enhanced version of the existing CJ
-
70 design with increased drilling depth, increased variable deck load and 1000 t top driv
e.

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TECHNICAL COMPARISON WITH PEERS

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SKDP Units

Typical Premium
Unit (1)

Typical Premium
Unit (2)

Typical 116
-
C

Typical L
-
780

Design

N
-
Class (KFELS)

MOD V B
(KFELS)

Pacific Class (BM)

LeTourneau 116
-
C

F & G
-

L
-
780 Mod
II

Delivered

2010

2006 to 2009

2006 to 2009

1979

1982

Operating Water Depth

500 ft + (1)

350 ft

375 ft

350 ft

300 ft

Leg Length

598 ft

480 ft

506 ft

477 ft

340 ft

Hull Size (L/B/D)

264/289/35 ft

234/208/25 ft

240/224/28 ft

243/201/26 ft

180/175/25 ft

Drilling depth

35,000 ft

30,000 ft

30,000 ft

25,000 ft

20,000 ft

Cantilever


Outreach


Transverse Envelope


75 ft

66 ft


70 ft

40 ft


70 ft

40 ft


47 ft

24 ft


40 ft

25 ft

BOP Stack

18 ¾”
-

15,000 psi

18 ¾”
-

10,000 psi

18 ¾”
-

15,000 psi

13
5
/
8

-

10
,000 psi

13
5
/
8

-

10,000 psi

Mud Pumps

3 x 2,200 hp

(space for 4)

3 x 2,200 hp

3 x 2,200 hp

3 x 1,600 hp

3 x 1,600 hp

Liquid mud cap.

6,600 bbls

3,500 bbls

4,100 bbls

1,500 bbls

2,100 bbls

Bulk capacity

15,900 cuft

11,100 cuft

11,300 cuft

8,160 cuft

8,000 cuft

Draw

works

4,600 hp

3,000 hp

3,000 hp

3,000 hp

2,000 hp

Top Drive
-

Rating

1,000 T

750 T

750 T

750 T

500 T

Variable Load (Drilling)

5,000 T

3,750 T

3,750 T

3,900 T

2,400 T

Main Power

13,050 hp

9,275 hp

10,750 hp

6,600 hp

4,950 hp

Accommodation

120

110

115

106

98

(
1) Depending on actual location criteria and leg extensions

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TECHNICAL COMPARISON OUTSIDE NORTH SEA

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RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN

OPTIMISED DRILLING EQUIPMENT


Derrick model SSBN 1100
-
40X40X180



Crown block/Traveling block 1100 sh. Tons 72” diameter 2” groves.



Top Drive Model HPS 1000
-
2E
-
AC
-
KT Torque 78450 ft. Lbs. continious



Retractable Dolly for Top Drive



Drawworks 1100 sh. Ton 16 lines 4XAC GE motors with regenerative braking + disc
brakes for parking and emergency brake



1000 sh Ton Rotary support table 49 ½”, Max 15 rpm / 45000 ft.Lbs. at 5 rpm.

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RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN

OPTIMISED DRILLING EQUIPMENT



Dead line anchor 160 kip. Floor mounted Rotary slip



Dual Hydraulic catheads with commen control panel



Pipe Racker 10 ton lifting capacity. Parallel racking of 90 ft stand. Off line Stand
building capability for DP, DC and Casing.



Fingerboard: 35.000 ft racking capacity. DP
-

273 st. of 5 7/8” and 108 st. of 6 5/8”,
10 st. of 9 ½” DC, 22 st. of Casing 9 5/8” or 14 st. of Casing 13 3/8”



Belly Board for 190 stands locking latch for each pipe slot.



Stabbing basket/work basket 250kg swl.


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RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN

OPTIMISED DRILLING EQUIPMENT



Drillers Cabin elevated 2 m with 2 chairs and Cyberbase operation stations.



Catwalk machine with remote control from DCR or Drill floor and tail in /out arm for
transport of DP, DC and Casing up to 36” OD to rotary, separate pull back winch on
Catwalk structure


Drill floor Manipulator Arm with remote control from DCR or Drill floor for DF handling
and tail in operations of large tubular



Pipe handling crane Working radius 25 m. SWL 5.5 Mt.



3 x 5t utility winches with remote control, installed in Derrick level at level 4



1 x Derrick Man rider winch with remote control, installed in Derrick level at level 4



Iron Roughneck type Wellquip (JIM)


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RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN

WELL CONTROL EQUIPMENT



Surface 18 ¾” BOP Shaffer 18
-
15M



-

1ea spherical 10 K



-

1

ea pipe Ram 15 K



-

1ea. Shear Ram 15 K with Booster for max shearing capacity



-

2ea. Pipe Ram 15 K



-

2ea.3 1/16” 15 M type DB valve Hydraulic operated



-

2ea 3” 15 M type B valve manually operated



Koomy Hydraulic Power Unit



-

Remote control of HPU functions from Drillers panel and Tool Pushers panel

-

Emergency remote operating panel located in central control room



-

3000 psi. working pressure



-

Accumulator capacity to meet API 16D and PSA requirements



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RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN

WELL CONTROL EQUIPMENT

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RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN

WELL CONTROL EQUIPMENT



Choke & Kill Manifold 15 K



-

2ea Remote operated chokes from Drillers Cabin



-

2ea. Manual operated choke



1ea. Poor boy degasser 12” went line to top of derrick and 20’’ U
-
tube



2ea. Swaco CD 1400 degasser with blower



Vetco KFDJ
-
500 Diverter System



Equipped with 20’ “U
-
Tube” for HPHT NORSOK D
-
001

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RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN

EQUIPMENT IN CANTILEVER


BOP Overhead Crane with 2x75 T SWL The two hoist beams are split to operate 75
T of each side of the well centre. For lifting of the BOP or sub sea X
-
mas Tree, the 2
hoists beams run simultaneously.


2 x120 t BOP skid to handle BOP or X
-
Mas tree from landing area to BOP Crane
working area, or onto BOP 130 t trolley


1 x Cellar deck opening 130 t BOP trolley with 60 ½” opening through


1 x Cellar deck transverse moving and telescopic work basket


1 x Cellar deck Man rider winch with remote control, installed in cantilever


2 x 5 t utility winches with remote control in Cellar deck


Conductor Tensioning System 318 MT capacity fold down conductor tensioning
platform (centre 20 feet aft of hull)


Riser Tensioning System 318 MT capacity


4 cylinders installed below Drill floor


BOP tensioning system 140 MT capacity


4 cylinders installed below Drill floor


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RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN

MUD CIRCULATING SYSTEM



3 x Mud HP pumps 7500 psi. Model NO 14
-
P
-
120. 2200 HP/2 GE AC motors and
Centrifugal pumps arranged for charging.



5 x VSM 300 dual deck Shale Shakers.



2 x centrifugal mixing pumps arranged with manifold for simultaneous mixing in active
pits and reserve pits



Power and piping provided to delegated place for Centrifuge.


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RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN

MUD PIT CAPACITIES



Length

Width

Tank Height

Height at Usable Volume

Usable Volume

Allowance

Net Volume



in

mm

in

mm

in

mm

in

mm

in
3

m
3

bbl

%

m
3

Mud Pit No.1

216,0

5486

180,0

4572

197

5004

186

4724

7231680

118,5

745

5,0

112,6

Mud Pit No.2

216,0

5486

180,0

4572

197

5004

186

4724

7231680

118,5

745

5,0

112,6

Mud Pit No.3

216,0

5486

180,0

4572

197

5004

186

4724

7231680

118,5

745

5,0

112,6

Mud Pit No.4

216,0

5486

180,0

4572

197

5004

186

4724

7231680

118,5

745

5,0

112,6

Mud Pit No.5

288,0

7315

180,0

4572

197

5004

186

4724

9642240

158,0

994

5,0

150,1

Mud Pit No.6

288,0

7315

180,0

4572

197

5004

186

4724

9642240

158,0

994

5,0

150,1

Mud Pit No.7

288,0

7315

138,0

3505

197

5004

186

4724

7392384

121,1

762

5,0

115,1

Mud Pit No.8

288,0

7315

138,0

3505

197

5004

186

4724

7392384

121,1

762

5,0

115,1

Slug Pit

96,0

2438

84,0

2134

197

5004

186

4724

1499904

24,6

155

5,0

23,4

Pre
-
Mix

96,0

2438

84,0

2134

197

5004

186

4724

1499904

24,6

155

5,0

23,4

Pill Pit

96,0

2438

84,0

2134

197

5004

186

4724

1499904

24,6

155

5,0

23,4



























Total



















1106,1

6957

1050,8

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RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN

BULK TANKS (P TANKS)



Five (5) mud tanks each of 1875 cu ft (50 m
3
) and four (4) cement tanks each of
1875 cu ft, (50 m
3
).


Operating pressure of 60 psi and bulk material specific gravity 2.163.



Mud additive system with skid mounted sack cutting unit, big bag unit, liquid
additive skid, high rate mixer, HP mud share unit, density control unit and caustic
mixing unit.





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RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN

TANK CAPACITY

Tank Capacity:






Total capacity


Fuel oil (3 tanks)






880 m
3

Base oil tank






330 m
3

Brine oil (2 tanks)






782 m
3

Mud pit







1050 m
3

Mud contaminated tank





10 m
3

Drillwater (2+8 tanks)





6094 m
3

Fresh water (2 tanks)





831 m
3


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RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN

DECK LOAD PLAN



Canteliver Pipe Rack



(800 kips) 363 ton 2637 kg/m
2


Total setback area




(1200 kips) 544 ton


Drillfloor working area





1953 kg/m
2


Drawworks house top





459 kg/m
2


Main deck (outside pipe rack)




2075 kg/m
2


Pipe rack (Main Deck)





2637 kg/m
2


IWO Production module





3330 kg/m
2


Quarters deck & plan





459 kg/m
2


Loading platform





1318 kg/m
2


Emergency Generator room




459 kg/m
2




Helideck is designed for Sikorsky S61 and S92 Helicopters in accordance with CAP
437






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RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN

RIG CRANES






1 ea. Electro hydraulic driven Deck crane starboard aft.

Certified for Zone 1, compliance with PSA/NMD regulation.

SWL 50 Mt @ 36 m

SWL 38,1 Mt. @ 46m



2 ea. Diesel engines driven Deck cranes port side and starboard

Compliance with PSA/NMD regulations.

1 off SWL 50 Mt @ 36 m / SWL 38,1 Mt @ 46m

1 off SWL 50 Mt @ 20 m / SWL 14,5 Mt @ 46m


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RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN

WELL TESTING PROVISIONS AND AREAS



Well Testing Area assigned starboard aft between aft leg and cantilever (area
approx 7,5 x 9,0 meters)


Two burner booms will be installed on each side


Piping System


1 off 4" line, 10.000psi (1700 bar), HP line from DF to well test area


1 off 6” line, 1500 psi (260 bar), gas line from well test to each burner boom


1 off 4” line, 1500 psi (260 bar), oil line from well test to each burner boom


1 off 4” line, cooling water line to each burner boom


1 off rig air line each burner boom





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Space provision on main deck for Production Process and Utility Module



Fire Water/Deluge System interface to future Process Module;

To provide sufficient fire water and deluge capacity for both rig and process module systems, the following
arrangements is provided for:


Rig fire ring main to accommodate the full fire water flow based on total required flow rate of 1800 m3/h


Provide additional guides on legs for three future raw water pumps based on two guide pipes per leg.


Accommodate space for addition self contained future fire water "containers" that also has a generator
included to drive the dedicated raw water/seawell pumps for each fire pump unit. There will be space for 3
containers each drawing from a separate leg and tying into the firewater ring main.


Connection points in the fire water ring main for supply and off take of firewater


Space for future piping to fire water pump containers



Structural strength;

The hull reinforcements are based on a weight of Production Process and Utility Module of maximum wet weight
of 3,500 MT. The Weight of the Utility Module of 1500 MT and Process Module of 2000 MT were used to define
the supports. If there are any changes of the Production Module weights, distribution and the Support foot print
position, a re
-
assessment of the hull support interface will be required.



Cooling water supply to production plant;


Guides provided for the three additional future raw water pumps for cooling water based on two guide pipes per
leg. A seawater cooling line of 20” is installed and based on 2000m3/hr flow rate.


RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN

PROCESS MODULE FACILITATION
-

KEY ARRANGEMENTS DONE

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Rig strengthening for Wellhead Platform for the Production Risers;

The hull is designed to support the risers and wellhead platform at the transom. The wellhead platform connection
to the transom will be provided at four locations vertically on both sides of the wellhead platform in way of the eight
connections. Pin connections are assumed Reinforcement is based on 1500 tonnes Risers load and 300 tonnes
Wellhead self
-
weight.



Arrangements for Drilling Rig ESD system to communicate with the Process Module ESD system;

Rig ESD comes with provision to transfer 20 signals via hard wire to Process ESD systems including cabling work.
ESD panel is be expandable.



Control Room Integration for Process Module;

Four (4) cable tray of 600mm width, 200m length is catered for instrument cables coming from the process plant to
the Central Control Room.



Space/facility arrangements for Emergency Switchboard Power for Production Unit (e.g. lighting etc.)
based on PROD (N) Requirements;

A 100kW Power feeder from Emergency Switchboard for Process Module is provided.



Compressed Air/Instrument Air supply to Production Module area using existing rig air
system/compressors;

One 3” service outlet with shut off valve is provided for next to the future Process Module.



Communications System


PA/GA;

Rig PA/GA is provided with following speakers, telephones and stations.


PA/GA Speakers ea 10


Telephones ea 6


G
eneral Alarm Stations ea 10



RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN

KEY ARRANGEMENTS DONE

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Fuel oil supply to process area;

A 2” service outlet with shut off valve is provided next to the future Process Module.



Arrangement for service utilities in process area


230 V / 480V;

3 X 230 V outlets and 3 X 480V outlets taken off from the nearest power panel next to the future Process Module
are provided.



Arrangements for Fresh/Sea Water supply to process area;

2” FW & SW service outlet with shut off valve are provided next to the future Process Module.



Starboard aft crane is certified for use in Hazardous Area Zone 1 (i.e. over and next to the future Process
Module).


RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN

KEY ARRANGEMENTS DONE

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The process system is generic designed for two types of concepts:


Oil fields which require a one stage separation of liquid and gas before export to an existing oil processing
plant.


O
il fields which require a two stage separation to stabilize the oil for export to an oil tanker.



The topside process facility is divided into different module areas:


P
rocess Module:


Production Manifold


O
il Separation


G
as Compression


W
ater Injection


P
roduced Water Treatment


C
hemical Injection


F
uel Gas System


S
eawater Filtration


Utility Module:


Power Generation


H
eating Medium


N
itrogen Generation



Flare KO / Closed Drain Drum Skid


Flare/Closed Drain System



Flare Tower

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DESIGN BASIS

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Medium

Capacity
(1)

Unit

Oil Production

30 000

BPD

Total Liquid
Production

50 000

BPD

Water
Production

20 000

BPD

Water Injection

20 000

BPD

Total Gas
Production

50 000

MSCFD

N
-
Class facility

RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN

BASIC PROCESS CAPACITIES

1) Subject field specific evaluation

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RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN

OVERFALL PRELIMINARY TOP VIEW

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Subsea storage tank (steel / concrete)



FSO



Offloading to shuttle tanker


RIG CONCEPT AND DESIGN

OIL STORAGE AND EXPORT SOLUTIONS

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Company Background



Rig Concept and Design



Operations Management



QHSE





3

4

SKDP CLASS
-
N JACK
-
UP UNIT


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Skeie Rig Management AS (SRM)
established in Trondheim in 2008 as a
wholly owned SKDP subsidiary.



SRM will be responsible for all rig
operations after delivery from yard.



Key onshore and offshore
management positions and section
leaders already recruited.



Pre
-
operations activities ongoing


Training and competency development
programs under development


QHSE management systems established.


Maintenance systems.


Logistics (spare parts)



OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT

OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT STRUCTURE

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Operations Manager

(SKDP Units)

SKEIE DRILLING & PRODUCTION

CEO/President

Tomas Norrby

OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT

SKEIE RIG MANAGEMENT


RECRUITMENT AS PER SEPTEMBER 2009


E&I Manager

Bjørn Lilleeide

Marine Manager

TBD

Drilling Manager

TBD

Maintenance Manager

Terje Lindrupsen

Personnel Co
-
ordinator *

Kirsti Jenssen

Accounting/Payroll Manager*

Ann
-
Karin
-
Dullum

Drilling Eq. Specialist

Kristian Skagemo

Administration/Doc. Control

Randi Damstuen

Technical Support Manager

TBD

Supply/Purchasing Manager

Stephen Knight

QHSE Manager

TBD

* This function may support several units
depending on the area of Operations as
reflected in Base Organisation structure.

Process Manager

(As Applicable)

SKEIE RIG MANAGEMENT

Managing Director

Stein Eggan

Business Dev./ Marketing

Stein Eggan

Human Resources Manager

Geir Bjørsvik

Office Administration Manager

Randi Damstuen

Chief Operating Officer

Willy Tørhaug

QHSE Director

Dag Eggan

Finance/Accounting Manager

Heidi Fornes

IT Support

Frank Ådnevik (Enitro)

OWNER / CONTRACT HOLDER

OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT COMPANY

OPERATIONS BASE ORGANISATION

SKDP Rig No. 1

Rig Manager

Odd Magnar Johnsen

Ass. Rig Manager

(PENDING CONTRACT)

QHSE Advisor

TBD

Supply/Purchasing

John Larsen

Personal Co
-
ordinator *

TBD

Technical Superintendent

Per Revheim

Technical Limit Co
-
ordinator

(PENDING CONTRACT)

Rig Accountant *

TBD

SKDP Rig No. 2

Rig Manager

TBN

SKDP Rig No. 3

Rig Manager


Håvard Skagen

Rig Offshore Organisation

OIM

Org. Structure as for Rig No. 1

Org. Structure as for Rig No. 1

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Offshore Installation Manager (OIM)

Atle Fjørtoft (01.02.09)

Rasmus B. Larsen (01.12.08)


Stability Section Leader


Drilling Sect. Leader (Toolpusher)

Kim V. Sørensen (01.12.08)

Rig Operations Superintendent

Peder Andreasen

Kjell

Arne
Orvik

(01.02.09)

Admin.

Medic

Camp Boss

Safety Officer

1+(1) x Storekeeper*

1+(1) x Driller*

2 x Assistant Driller

2 x Derrickman

2 x Pumpman

6 x Roughneck

Tourpusher

Alaln Hay (01.12.08)

Ole Villefrance (01.12.08)

OPERATIONS MANAGEMENT

UNIT OFFSHORE ORGANISATION


AS PER JAN 2009

Stability S.L. II

Permanent Crew Onboard
-

# 25

Drilling Mode Crew


# 14

Total Crew No. Drilling/Production
Mode
-

# 52

Process

Section Leader

2 x Process CCR Op.

4 x Process Operator

Production Mode Crew
-

# 7

Pending Activity Crew


# 6

* Number in brackets (#) indicates additional number for full Drilling or combined Drilling/Production mode activity.

2 x Crane Operator

2+(2) x Roustabouts*

2 x Ass. Crane Operator

Technical Section Leader

Bjørn
Glørstad

(01.01.09)

Henrik

Birnbaum

(01.12.08)

Ass. Tech. Sect. Leader

Engine Room Op.

Hydraulic Engineer

Rig Mechanic

Motorman

Welder

Electrician

Electrician

Lead E & I Engineer

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Company Background



Rig Concept and Design



Operations Management



QHSE





3

4

SKDP CLASS
-
N JACK
-
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QHSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FRAMEWORK

SKDP QHSE POLICY

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QHSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FRAMEWORK

QHSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM OVERVIEW

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QHSE Management System



Key Management System Elements

ELEMENT

ADRESSING

Leadership,
communication and
commitment

Top
-
down
-
top commitment and company
culture essential to the success of the system.
Employee participation is a key factor.

Policy and strategic
objectives

Corporate intentions, principles of action and
aspirations with respect to all aspects of the
operations

Organisation,
resources and
documentation

Organisation and qualifications of people,
allocation of responsibility and resources and
documentation of sound QHSE performance
and Service Quality

Evaluation and risk
management

Identification and evaluation of risks, for
activities, products and services, and
development of risk reducing measures/barriers

Planning

Planning the conduct of the work activities,
including planning for changes and emergency
response

Implementation and
monitoring

Performance and monitoring of activities, and
how corrective action is to be taken when
necessary

Auditing and reviewing

Periodic assessments of system performance,
effectiveness and fundamental suitability as
basis for continuous improvement

QHSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FRAMEWORK

INTEGRATED QHSE MANAGEMET SYSTEM MODEL

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QHSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FRAMEWORK

SUPPORTING CONTROLLING DOCUMENTATION

1)
Unit specific “as built” documentation, including P&ID’s, drawings, design philosophies, vendor documentation etc., is not in
clu
ded in the listing of Unit Specific Documentation.

2)
Reference is also made to procedure

SKDP
-
QHSE
-
PRO
-
001
.

Corporate & Area Base Level



Unit Specific Level
1)

QHSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM MANUAL


QHSE MANAGEMENT PROCEDURES MANUAL


ONSHORE CONTINGENCY MANUAL

(3
rd

Line Strategic Management)

UNIT SAFETY BOOKLET


YEARLY HES PROGRAM FOR THE UNIT


Above

Corporate

Documentation

will

also

apply

for

local

Company

Entities

including

Branch
-

and

Base

Offices

with

local

adjustments

as

required

in

the

QHSE

Management

Procedures

Manual

and

Onshore

Contingency

Manual
.

POTABLE WATER MANUAL


UNIT TECHNICAL SPECIFICATION


CONTRACT SPECIFIC QUALITY PLANS

(OR BRIDGING DOCUMENT)

OPERATION MANUALS FOR THE UNIT

(REF. SEPARATE SLIDE)

EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS MANUAL


SOPEP MANUAL


SHIP SECURITY PLAN


COASTAL STATE REGULATORY CERTIFICATION

AoC / UK Safety Case / CoF / US CG LoI

(including Key Risk / Working Environment Analysis)

CORPORATE VISIONS AND POLICIES


COMPANY STANDARDS


COMPANY CORPORATE FORMS


MAINTENANCE MANAGEMENT MANUAL


PERSONNEL HANDBOOK


RIG MOVE MANUAL


OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH & SAFETY SERVICES

MANUAL

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TABLE OF CONTENT

PART 0


RIG
DESCRIPTION



PART 1


STABILITY BOOK




PART 2


RIG EQUIPMENT
GUIDELINES &
PROCEDURES


PART 3


DRAWINGS &
DIAGRAMS



*)
Specific manuals containing operational descriptions, instructions and procedures for the operations of the unit’s systems an
d e
quipment
to be developed and implemented depending on the type of unit (e.g. drilling and/or production unit).


UNIT SPECIFIC QHSE DOCUMENTATION

RIG OPERATIONS MANUALS

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Achilles accreditation (Joint Qualification System for the
Offshore Industry) achieved for both Sevan Marine and
Skeie Drilling & Production based on QHSE Management
System framework developed by POMS.

Pre
-
qualification QHSE audit performed by StatoilHydro 4th
June 2008 to assess operational set
-
up and management
system framework against Statoil’s qualification
requirements (NORSOK S
-
006) with only a few minor
obeservations identified

QHSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FRAMEWORK

QHSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM ACCREDITATION

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Designed, constructed, installed, operated and maintained in compliance with
relevant and latest Norwegian Continental Shelf requirements as defined by the
Petroleum Safety Authority Norway (PSA)



Compliance based on DNV class requirements, the requirements of the Norwegian
Maritime Directorate (as applicable) and additional PSA requirements and will
generally follow the recommendations as outlined in “Handbook for Application for
Acknowledgement of Compliance”.



For Working Environment, NORSOK standard S
-
002 specifically applies as design
specification.



Above Norwegian Coastal State requirements selected as basis to achieve
equivalent or higher regulatory framework for world
-
wide operations including North
Sea, Canada and US waters.

QHSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FRAMEWORK

REGULATORY FRAMEWORK / CERTIFICATION

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Det Norske Veritas (DNV) Classification with the following class notations:


1A1 Self Elevating Drilling Unit (N)

-
Drill (N)

-
HELDK
-
SH

-
CRANE



Designed in accordance with the following DNV specifications:


OSS
-
101 Rules for Classification of Offshore Drilling and Support Units


OSS
-
201 Verification of Compliance with Norwegian Shelf Regulations

QHSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FRAMEWORK

REGULATORY FRAMEWORK / CERTIFICATION

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The vessel shall be registered in the Panama’ Ship Register and comply with the latest and
relevant International Rules and Regulations for world
-
wide operations including:



Governing maritime regulations for the country the Unit is to be flagged to.


The International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) “Code for the Construction of Mobile
Offshore Drilling Unit”, 1989 Resolution A.649(16) (generally known as the 1989 IMO MODU
Code)


The International Convention for the Safety of Life at Sea (SOLAS) 1974, 1978 Protocol and
later amendments where being referred by the IMO MODU Code only.


The International Convention for the Prevention of Marine Pollution from Ships 1973, 1978
Protocol and later amendments (MARPOL 73/78).


The International Convention on Load Lines 1966, 1988 Protocol.


The International Convention of Tonnage Measurement of Ships 1969.


International Convention for the Prevention of Collision at Sea.


International Telecommunication Union ( ITU) Radio Regulations (1982)


ILO 92 and ILO 133


SNAME T&R Bulletin 5
-
5A Site Specific Assessment of Mobile Jackup Units, May
1944/1977 is only for Site Specific Assessment and not applicable for the current
assessment. When applicable, the Unit will have to be re
-
assessed base on the Specific
Site environmental and soil conditions.

QHSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FRAMEWORK

REGULATORY FRAMEWORK / CERTIFICATION

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Handbook For Application For Acknowledgement of Compliance (AoC) as published by the
Norwegian Shipowner’s Association Revision 03 dated July 1, 2006



Norwegian Helicopter Deck regulation BSL D
-
51 issued by the Norwegian Civil Aviation Authority
(equal to Regulation of 22 December 1993 No. 1240 concerning helicopter decks on mobile
offshore units (NMD)) and CAP 437 issued by UK Civil Aviation Authority. Where discrepancies
are identified between BSL D
-
51 and CAP 437, BSL D
-
51 shall apply.



Regulation and guidelines for potable water system and potable water supply on offshore unit
issued by Norwegian Institute for Public Health (NIPH) including :


NIPH “Guidelines for Sufficient, Safe and Good Potable Water Offshore” dated 19 December 2005.



Regulation of 4 September 1987 No 860 concerning potable water system and potable water supply on
mobile offshore units



Electrical standards:



IEC standards and other relevant standards as defined within the AoC Handbook.




The Offshore Deck Cranes shall be designed, installed and tested in accordance with the specific
requirements for Offshore Cranes as defined directly by the PSA regulations (not NMD) effective
at time of signing of this Contract.


QHSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FRAMEWORK

REGULATORY FRAMEWORK / CERTIFICATION

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Concept Risk and Working Environment Studies performed (Workshop) in co
-
operation with
DNV iaw. principles outlined in NORSOK Z
-
013 including;


Pre
-
screening Hazard Review


Detailed Hazard Review


Evacuation Review


Working Environment Review (LQ and Working Areas)


Environmental System design specification review (Zero Discharge)



Performed prior to Contract Agreement for construction, to verify
feasibility of concept

both
against prevailing Regulatory Framework (Norwegian Continental Shelf), ALARP principle for
Risk Mitigation and to identify any key cost drivers for the design, construction and operations of
the unit.

QHSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FRAMEWORK

CONCEPT RISK AND WORKING ENVIRONMENT STUDIES

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Initial concept analysis summarized in Concept Analysis Report with specific actions for further
follow
-
up both during the detailed design phase and throughout the phases of construction and
into Operations, to ensure risk ALARP and meeting the intention of the specified Regulatory
Framework.


Concept Analysis further concluded with assistance from DNV in separate reports for reference
during the detailed design phases:


Concept Working Environment Review report


Concept Evacuation Study Report


Concept Risk Analysis Report


Concept Emergency Preparedness Review report


Environmental Design Specification (included in Technical Design Specification)


QHSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FRAMEWORK

CONCEPT RISK AND WORKING ENVIRONMENT STUDIES

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QHSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FRAMEWORK

DESIGN/CONSTRUCTION RISK AND WORKING ENVIRONMENT STUDIES

(As per principles outlined in NORSOK Z
-
013)

1. Quantitative Risk Assessment Studies

1.1

Concept Risk Analysis

1.2

Design Risk Assessment

1.3

Construction Risk Assessment

2. Evacuation analysis

2.1

Concept Evacuation Analysis

3. Emergency Preparedness Analysis

3.1

Concept Emergency Preparedness Analysis

3.2

Design Emergency Preparedness Analysis

3.3

Construction Emergency Preparedness Analysis

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QHSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FRAMEWORK

DESIGN/CONSTRUCTION RISK AND WORKING ENVIRONMENT STUDIES

(As per principles outlined in NORSOK Z
-
013)

4a. FMEAs, Reliability and Vulnerability Studies


Vital Operating Systems

4a.1

Ballast System

4a.2

DP (Incl. Anchoring and Positioning)

4a.3

Electrical Power Supply

4a.4

Fuel Oil System

4a.5

Drilling System

4a.6

Open and Closed Drains

4a.7

Machinery Monitoring System

4a.8

Ventilation of Electronic Equipment

4a.9

Ventilation of Hazardous Areas

4b. FMEAs, Reliability and Vulnerability Studies


Safety and Emergency Systems

4b.1

Alarm Systems

4b.2

Emergency Communication Systems

4b.3

Well Control System

4b.4

ESD System

4b.5

Ventilation with Damper System

4b.6

Structural Safety Systems, fire partitions etc.

4b.7

Fire Pump System and Fixed fire
-
extinguishing System

4b.8

Electrical Emergency Power Supply

4b.9

Evacuation System

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QHSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FRAMEWORK

DESIGN/CONSTRUCTION RISK AND WORKING ENVIRONMENT STUDIES

(As per principles outlined in NORSOK Z
-
013)

5. Working Environment and Human Factors Studies

5.1

Kick off meeting and preparation

5.2

WE Program

5.3

Experience Transfer Analysis

5.4

Organisation and Manning Study

5.5

WE Area Limits (
WEAL)

and
WE Area Chart (WEAC) Input

5.6

Arrangements/means of access

5.7

WE Analysis

5.8

Hazardous Chemicals review

5.9

WE Design Review

5.10

Human Factors in work systems

5.11

Psychosocial preconditions Study

5.12

Intermediate Status WE Inspections (fabrication phase)

5.13

As Built Status WE Inspections (commissioning phase) and Non
-
Conformity Reporting Input

5.14

Follow
-
up of vendors

5.15

Noise and vibration control

5.16

Constructability

5.17

Material Handling Study

5.18

Illumination study

5.19

Coarse Concept WE Design Review

5.20

Hazardous Chemicals risk assessment

5.21

Outdoor operations/cold stress


Wind Chill study

5.22

Human Factors in crane cabins (per crane cabin)

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QHSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FRAMEWORK

DESIGN/CONSTRUCTION RISK AND WORKING ENVIRONMENT STUDIES

(As per principles outlined in NORSOK Z
-
013)

6. Other Studies

6.1a

Helideck Studies


turbulence
modelling

6.1b

Helideck Studies


temperature gradient
assessment

6.2

Lifeboat concept sensitivity

6.3

HSE Program

6.4

Performance Standards for Vital Operating Systems and Safety and Emergency Systems

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RISK & WORKING ENVIRONMENT ASSESSMENTS

Norwegian PSA Requirements (NORSOK Standard Z
-
013)

UK HSE Safety Case Reg’s + PFEER Regulations

Coarse Concept Safety Evaluation


HAZID Review

Layout Review

High Level Risk Assessment

(Including Fire & Explosion Risk Analysis)

UK Safety Case /

Norwegian “AoC”/

Certificate of Fitness etc.

Evacuation, Escape & Rescue (EER)
Analysis

Frequency & Consequence of:



Blow
-
outs



HC leaks
-

mud system & well test



Ship collision



Dropped objects



Helicopter crash onboard



Fires & explosions



DP failure



Occupational accidents

Rig Design w/DALs

Risk Acceptance Criteria

QHSE Management System

Reliability & vulnerability Analysis
(FMEA):



DP system



Emergency power



Ballast system



Fire water/sprinkler



Fire & Gas detection



Control & communication



BOP control system



Input to Operations Manuals/Em. Prep. Manual



Input to Emergency Prep. Analysis



Input to Maintenance Criticality Analysis




Verify compliance with regulations



Verify compliance with Company Risk Acceptance Criteria

Concept Noise & Vibration

+ Lighting Evaluations

Concept Working Environment
Evaluation

Noise Prediction

Design Study

Noise & Vibration Survey

(Sea Trials/Operations)

Working Environment

Area Charts

(Design standard requirements)

Working Environment
Assessments vs.

Working Environment Area
Charts

Lighting Survey

(Sea Trials/Operations)

Air Quality Assessment

(Sea Trials/Operations)

Ergonomic/MMI Assessment

(Sea Trials/Operations)


Final Working Environment Area Charts for rig


Concept Environmental Evaluation

(Zero Discharge Compliance)

Lighting Prediction

Design Study

CONCEPT PHASE

DETAILED ENG. PHASE

OPERATIONS

Zero Discharge Assessment


Environmental HAZOP
Review

Quantitative Risk Analysis

(QRA)

PFEER /

Emergency Preparedness Analysis


ISPS Ship Security Assessment + Ship Security Plan

ISPS Code Compliance


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QHSE MANAGEMENT SYSTEM FRAMEWORK

PERSONNEL TRAINING AND COMPETENCE SYSTEM


Qualification Requirements for all offshore positions defined and implemented for guidance and
follow
-
up during recruitment and training process.


Training Matrix including both Regulatory Training (Certification and Safety), Vendor Training
and In
-
House Training has been prepared for the new SKDP Jack
-
up units.



Specific Competency Development & Assurance Procedure for the SKDP Jack
-
up operations
being prepared by Operations Personnel defining the Rig Specific Competency Development
Program to be effective for the SKDP North Sea Operations. This includes development of in
-
house QHSE Management System training packages.



Separate Personnel & Competency Administration system OCS (Onsoft Computer Systems)
has been installed and implemented, to provide detailed planning tool for the training and
competency development activities and further the actual scheduling, execution and
documentation of all training activities to be performed.

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Skeie Drilling & Production ASA



Skeie Rig Management AS




Tordenskjoldsgate 9




Havnegata 9, Brattøra






P.O. Box 1218, Pirsenteret

4612 Kristiansand




7462 Trondheim

NORWAY





NORWAY


Telephone: + 47 38 04 19 40



+47 73 83 19 80

Fax:

+ 47 38 04 19 41



+47 73 51 05 01


E
-
mail:

mail@sdkp.no



mail@sdkp.no






www.skeiedrilling.com