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  • Israel Airport Authority

    Ramon Airport, Eilat

    TURN KEY PROJECT FOR THE PROVISION OF

    TEMPORARY FUELING FACILITIES

    4794-433 August, 2016

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    CONTENTS:

    1. DESCRIPTION ................................................................................................................................................... 3

    2. SCOPE OF WORK ............................................................................................................................................. 3

    3. UTILITIES AND SERVICES BY IAA ............................................................................................................ 4

    4. SAFETY ................................................................................................................................................................ 5

    5. SITE CONDITIONS .......................................................................................................................................... 5

    6. PROJECT ORGANIZATION AND PROCEDURES ................................................................................... 5

    7. DESIGN ................................................................................................................................................................ 5

    8. CODES .................................................................................................................................................................. 6

    9. EQUIPMENT ...................................................................................................................................................... 6

    10. INSTALLATION ................................................................................................................................................ 7

    11. TESTING ............................................................................................................................................................. 7

    12. COMMISSIONING ............................................................................................................................................ 7

    13. GUARANTEE ..................................................................................................................................................... 7

    ATTACHMENTS

    Attachment A Site layout ......................................................................................................................................... 8

    Attachment B Flow Diagram .................................................................................................................................. 9

    Attachment C Submersible pumps specification ......................................................................................... 10

    Zeev Sapoznikov Naama Sabo 4.8.2016 For Approval P2

    Zeev Sapoznikov Naama Sabo 28. 7.2016 For Approval P1

    Zeev Sapoznikov H.A.S 26. 7.2016 For Comments P0

    App'r. by Prep. by Date Description Rev.

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    1. DESCRIPTION

    1.1 Background

    The Ramon Airport plans to commence operations in 2017. The Israel Airports

    Authority (hereinafter IAA) intends to install temporary fueling facilities for both

    Jet A1 fuel and AV Gas.

    Both fuels will be received by road tanker for transfer to the storage tanks and

    delivered to aircraft by bowsers.

    1.2 Facility

    The facility will include:

    One (1) 30 m underground AV Gas tank to be supplied and installed by IAA.

    Four (4) horizontal 50 m Jet A1 tanks installed in a bunded and paved area.

    Road tanker offloading facilities for both AV Gas and A1 Jet fuel and transfer

    to the appropriate storage tanks.

    The flow rate from the road tankers to storage will be by the road tankers

    offloading pump.

    The flow rate from storage tankers to bowsers will be rated at 50 m/hour.

    Facilities for transfer from the storage tanks to the fuel bowsers.

    Fuel filter-water separators both in flow from road tankers to storage tanks

    and from storage tanks to bowsers.

    Temporary office.

    2. SCOPE OF WORK

    The scope of work covered by this document includes:

    2.1 Detail design and supply of the 4 Jet A1 fuel tanks, including all necessary

    fittings and instruments, such as level indication and high-high level alarm.

    To include sheet metal bunds.

    2.2 Design and supply of road tanker offloading and bowsers loading skids (to

    include filters).

    2.3 Design, specification and supply of all required piping, pipe fittings, valves,

    filters, etc.

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    2.4 Specification and supply of pumps (2 jet fuel pumps + 2 AV Gas submersible

    pumps).

    2.5 Supply of all equipment and materials to site.

    2.6 Installation of all equipment on concrete foundations, provided by IAA.

    2.7 Supply and installation of all instrumentation as shown on the flow diagram

    (including underground AV Gas tank's instrumentation.

    2.8 Supply of local electrical equipment, such as start-stop push-buttons, local

    panels, motor control panels, emergency shut-down valves and any

    instruments requiring electrical connection.

    2.9 Installation of all piping.

    2.10 Supply of all necessary loading and offloading hoses.

    2.11 Construction of any steel structures.

    2.12 Testing and commissioning of all systems.

    2.13 Electrical lighting

    2.14 Firefighting systems according to authority's requirements.

    2.15 Handing over to IAA of the temporary fueling systems in operating condition.

    Handing over will include the transfer of all technical documentation, such as

    plant layout, piping plans and elevations, tank data sheets, as-built drawings,

    manufacturers installation, operating and maintenance instructions, etc.

    3. UTILITIES AND SERVICES BY IAA

    The following will be provided by IAA and are excluded from the Scope of Work:

    Supply and installation of underground AV Gas tank (not including submersible

    pumps and tank instrumentation).

    AV Gas pipeline from the underground tank to the temporary fueling site.

    Concrete work, including equipment and storage tank foundations.

    Central electrical power supply: 380 V 3 Ph 50 Hz, and 220 V 1 Ph 50 Hz at a

    side position on site.

    Drainage and oil-water separator

    Potable water at a central point

    Fence

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    4. SAFETY

    All site work and activities shall be undertaken in accordance with the safety

    requirements specified by the Israeli Safety Regulations.

    5. SITE CONDITIONS

    Site is open, adjacent to Eilat on Northern Gulf of Eilat (desert conditions), subject

    to dust storms.

    Temperature: minimum 0C, Maximum 50C.

    Elevation: approximately +90m.

    The site layout is shown on attachment A.

    6. PROJECT ORGANIZATION AND PROCEDURES

    Project Manager the operator shall appoint a Project Manager, with not less

    than 10-year experience in the design and construction of process plant. The

    Project Manager is to be approved by IAA before commencement of work.

    The operator shall prepare and transmit a chart showing his site organization,

    complete with the names of key personnel.

    All welders shall be qualified and copies of their certificates transmitted to IAA

    for approval.

    IAA will appoint at Inspector who will meet daily with the operators Site

    Manager. The IAA Inspector shall furthermore hold weekly progress meetings

    with the operator. A written report of all such meetings in three (3) copies shall

    be made with one (1) copy kept by the IAA Inspector, one by the operator and

    one transmitted to IAA Management.

    7. DESIGN

    The design shall be in accordance with accepted practice in the process industry

    and IATA recommendations. The design shall comply with the codes listed in

    paragraph 8.

    All design documents are to be approved by IAA prior to commencement of relevant

    work.

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    8. CODES

    The following codes shall apply:

    8.1 Storage Tanks the design, construction and installation shall comply with

    UL 142. The tanks shall be internally epoxy coated in accordance with the

    instructions of the epoxy manufacturer (Tambour EA 5H6 for Jet A1 fuel and

    Tama Guard EN 80 for AV Gas are acceptable systems).

    The storage tanks shall be designed to withstand wind and earthquake forces

    in accordance with Israeli standards 414 for the wind and 413 for earthquake.

    8.2 Pumps shall be rated at 110% of design flow and meet the requirements of

    ASMS B 73.1 (End Suction Pumps) or ASME B73.2 (In-line Pumps), or

    equivalent specification. Submersible pumps shall be according to attachment

    C.

    8.3 Piping shall be designed, constructed and installed in accordance with ANSI

    B31.3. As far as possible, piping will be prefabricated. The piping specification

    is attached (attachment C).

    8.4 Area classification shall be in accordance with NFPA 30.

    8.5 Electrical work shall be in accordance with IEC regulations and NFPA 70.

    Actuated valves shall be electrically actuated and shall be suitable for the area

    (area hazard classification), in which the valve is installed.

    8.6 Instrumentation shall be in accordance with ISA recommendations and

    standards.