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YYaannbbuu EExxppoorrtt RReeffiinneerryy PPrroojjeecctt
PROJECT PROCEDURE MANUAL (PPM)

Project Procedure 104 / Asset Tagging Procedure
Document No.: 100-YER-PM-PPM-0002

Revision No.: 0 Issue Date: 08 May 2008



General Business Confidential
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PREFACE

This procedure is a revision or an overlay to a Saudi Aramco Engineering Procedure
(SAEP), for the scope of the Yanbu Export Refinery Project, YERP, unless
specifically defined as a New document. A YERP procedure consists of a revision or
an overlay and the Saudi Aramco (SA) document with the same name. An overlay
establishes any required changes to the SA document and specifically defines the
changes. If the SA document is to be used without any changes the overlay will
state there are no changes required. If the document is a new YERP document, with
no reference to a SA standard, the overlay will state it.



The YERP Procedure Index identifies which YERP documents are new and the ones
that relate to SA documents that are unchanged, changed, or deleted.


All references to SA procedures, specifications and standards are to be defined as
references to YERP procedures, specifications and standards unless specifically
stated otherwise in the overlay.


All references to SA organizations are to be defined as the YERP Management
Team.



Interpret the following as specified:
Revise – A specific revision to a SA or other Code paragraph or sentence as

noted in this specification
Add – continuation of an SA or other Code paragraph with an overlay

requirement
Substitute – replace the SA or other Code paragraph in entirety by the overlay

requirement
New – New paragraph number in the overlay with no corresponding SA or other

Code paragraph
Delete – SA or other Code paragraph is deleted by the overlay


REVISION


This is a new YERP document that does not replace any Saudi Aramco Engineering
Procedure.

ATTACHMENTS


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PROJECT PROCEDURE MANUAL (PPM)

Project Procedure 104 / Asset Tagging Procedure
Document No.: 100-YER-PM-PPM-0002

Revision No.: 0 Issue Date: 08 May 2008



General Business Confidential
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6.8 Line Breaks
Line numbers shall be assigned to sections of pipe based on the following
conventions:

Equipment nozzle to equipment nozzle. See Figure 6.1. Note that control valve
bypass line will keep the same line number as the control valve line.

Equipment nozzle to battery limit block valve.

Battery limit block valve to battery limit block valve. See Figure 6.2.

For equipment that is spared or operating in parallel, lines terminating or initiating at
each piece of equipment shall be assigned a unique line number. See Figure 6.3.

Individual line numbers will be assigned to distribution headers and to each branch
connections. Individual line numbers will also be assigned where the addition of line
numbers adds clarity or where required by Piping in their design work, i.e. ¾” utility
drops. See Figure 6.4. Note that control valve bypass line will keep the same line
number as the control valve line.

For line numbering around pressure safety valves, see Figure 6.5 through 6.7.




FIGURE 6.1 - EQUIPMENT NOZZLE TO EQUIPMENT NOZZLE

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PROJECT PROCEDURE MANUAL (PPM)

Project Procedure 104 / Asset Tagging Procedure
Document No.: 100-YER-PM-PPM-0002

Revision No.: 0 Issue Date: 08 May 2008



General Business Confidential
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FIGURE 6.2 - BATTERY LIMIT TO BATTERY LIMIT






FIGURE 6.3 - SPARED EQUIPMENT

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