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SPECIFICATIONS-618DECEMBER2018Supplementary Specificationto API Specification 2COffshore Pedestal-mounted Cranes

Revision historyVERSIONDATEAMENDMENTS1.0December 2018Issued for publicationAcknowledgementsThis IOGP Specification was prepared by a Joint Industry Project 33Standardization of Equipment Specifications for Procurement organizedby IOGP with support by the World Economic Forum (WEF).DisclaimerWhilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of the informationcontained in this publication, neither IOGP nor any of its Members past present orfuture warrants its accuracy or will, regardless of its or their negligence, assumeliability for any foreseeable or unforeseeable use made thereof, which liability ishereby excluded. Consequently, such use is at the recipient’s own risk on the basisthat any use by the recipient constitutes agreement to the terms of this disclaimer.The recipient is obliged to inform any subsequent recipient of such terms.This publication is made available for information purposes and solely for the privateuse of the user. IOGP will not directly or indirectly endorse, approve or accredit thecontent of any course, event or otherwise where this publication will be reproduced.Copyright noticeThe contents of these pages are International Association of Oil & Gas Producers.Permission is given to reproduce this report in whole or in part provided (i)that the copyright of IOGP and (ii) the sources are acknowledged. All other rights arereserved. Any other use requires the prior written permission of IOGP.These Terms and Conditions shall be governed by and construed in accordancewith the laws of England and Wales. Disputes arising here from shall be exclusivelysubject to the jurisdiction of the courts of England and Wales.

Supplementary Specification to API Specification 2C Offshore Pedestal-mounted CranesForewordThis specification was prepared under a Joint Industry Project 33 (JIP33) “Standardization of EquipmentSpecifications for Procurement” organized by the International Oil & Gas Producers Association (IOGP) withthe support from the World Economic Forum (WEF). Ten key oil and gas companies from the IOGPmembership participated in developing this specification under JIP33 Phase 2 with the objective to leverageand improve industry level standardization for projects globally in the oil and gas sector. The work hasdeveloped a minimized set of supplementary requirements for procurement, with life cycle cost in mind, basedon the ten participating members’ company specifications, resulting in a common and jointly approvedspecification, and building on recognized industry and international standards.This specification has been developed in consultation with a broad user and supplier base to promote theopportunity to realize benefits from standardization and achieve significant cost reductions for upstream projectcosts. The JIP33 work groups performed their activities in accordance with IOGP’s Competition Law Guidelines(November 2014).Recent trends in oil and gas projects have demonstrated substantial budget and schedule overruns. The Oiland Gas Community within the World Economic Forum (WEF) has implemented a Capital Project Complexity(CPC) initiative which seeks to drive a structural reduction in upstream project costs with a focus on industrywide, non-competitive collaboration and standardization. The vision from the CPC industry is to standardizespecifications for global procurement for equipment and packages, facilitating improved standardization ofmajor projects across the globe. While individual oil and gas companies have been improving standardizationwithin their own businesses, this has limited value potential and the industry lags behind other industries andhas eroded value by creating bespoke components in projects.This specification aims to significantly reduce this waste, decrease project costs and improve schedule throughpre-competitive collaboration on standardization. This document defines the supplementary requirements torecognized industry standard API Specification 2C 7th Edition, 2012 including Errata 2013, Offshore Pedestalmounted Cranes, which is indispensable for the application of this specification.Following agreement of the relevant JIP33 work group and approval by the JIP33 Steering Committee, theIOGP Management Committee has agreed to the publication of this specification by IOGP. Where adopted bythe individual operating companies, this specification and associated documentation aims to supersedeexisting company documentation for the purpose of industry-harmonized standardization.Page 1 of 25S-618December 2018

Supplementary Specification to API Specification 2C Offshore Pedestal-mounted CranesTable of ContentsForeword . 1Introduction . 41Scope . 62Normative References . 63Terms, Definitions and Abbreviations. 6456783.1Terms and Definitions . 63.2Abbreviations. 73.3Units . 7Documentation . 74.1Manufacturer-supplied Documentation upon Purchase . 74.2Purchaser-supplied Information prior to Purchase. 8Loads . 85.2Critical Components . 85.4In-service Loads . 8Structure . 96.1General . 96.2Pedestal, Kingpost, and Crane Supporting Foundation . 9Mechanical . 97.2Critical Rigging Components. 97.3Boom Hoist, Load Hoist, Telescoping, and Folding Boom Mechanisms .107.4Swing Mechanism . 117.5Power Plant . 11Ratings . 138.1910General . 13Gross Overload Conditions . 139.1General . 139.5Gross Overload Protection System (GOPS) . 13Human Factors-Health, Safety, and Environment. 1510.1 Controls . 1510.3 Miscellaneous Requirements and Equipment. 1710.4 Lighting . 2311Manufacturing Requirements . 2311.1 Material Requirements of Critical Components . 2311.5 Interchangeability . 2312Design Validation by Testing . 2312.3 Operational Tests . 2313Marking and Labelling . 24Page 2 of 25S-618December 2018

Supplementary Specification to API Specification 2C Offshore Pedestal-mounted Cranes13.1 Component Traceability . 2413.2 Component Identification System . 24TablesTable 29 Maximum Response Time . 15Table 22 Indicators, Alarms, and Limits . 17Table 30 Purchaser system identification items . 24Table 31 Manufacturer sub-assembly identification items . 25Page 3 of 25S-618December 2018

Supplementary Specification to API Specification 2C Offshore Pedestal-mounted CranesIntroductionThe purpose of this specification is to define a minimum common set of supplementary requirements forprocurement of Offshore Pedestal-mounted Cranes to API Specification 2C 7th Edition 2012 including Errata2013, for application in the petroleum and natural gas industries.This JIP33 standardized procurement specification follows a common document structure comprising the fourdocuments as shown below, which together with the purchase order define the overall technical specificationfor procurement.JIP33 Specification for Procurement DocumentsSupplementary Technical RequirementIt is required to use all of these documents in conjunction with each other when applying this specification, asfollows:IOGP S-618:Supplementary specification to API Specification 2C Offshore Pedestal-mountedCranesThis specification is written as an overlay to API 2C, following the clause structure of theparent standard, to assist in cross-referencing the requirements. Where clauses from theparent standard (API 2C) are not covered in this specification, there are no supplementaryrequirements or modifications to the respective clause. The terminology used within thisspecification follows that of the parent standard and otherwise is in accordance with ISO/IECDirectives, Part 2.Modifications to the parent standard defined in this specification are identified as Add (addto clause or add new clause), Replace (part of or entire clause) or Delete.IOGP S-618D:Datasheet for IOGP S-618 Offshore Pedestal-mounted CranesThis document provides project specific requirements where the supplementary specificationand its parent standard require the purchaser to define an application specific requirement.It follows the clause structure of the parent standard and this specification. It also includesinformation required by the purchaser for technical evaluation. Additional purchaser supplieddocuments are also listed in the datasheet, to define scope and technical requirements forenquiry and purchase of the equipment.Page 4 of 25S-618December 2018

Supplementary Specification to API Specification 2C Offshore Pedestal-mounted CranesIOGP S-618L:Information requirements for Offshore Pedestal-mounted CranesThis document defines the information requirements, including format, timing and purpose,for information to be provided by the manufacturer. It also defines the specific conditionswhich must be met for conditional information requirements to become mandatory. Theinformation requirements listed in the IRS have references to the source of the requirement.IOGP S-618Q:Quality requirements for Offshore Pedestal-mounted CranesThis document includes a conformity assessment system (CAS) which specifiesstandardized purchaser interventions against quality management activities at four differentlevels. The applicable CAS level is specified by the purchaser in the datasheet.The datasheet and IRS are published as editable documents for the purchaser to specify application specificrequirements. The supplementary specification and QRS are fixed documents.Unless defined otherwise in the requisition, the order of precedence (highest authority listed first) of thedocuments shall be:a)regulatory requirements;b)contract documentation (e.g. purchase order);c)user defined requirements (equipment datasheet, IRS, QRS);d)this specification;e)the parent standard.Page 5 of 25S-618December 2018

Supplementary Specification to API Specification 2C Offshore Pedestal-mounted Cranes1ScopeAdd to sectionThis specification is intended to be used for offshore, pedestal-mounted cranes, with enclosed operator cabins.It may be applied to other similar applications, with careful consideration of each supplementary requirement,as appropriate.2Normative ReferencesReplace first sentence withThe following documents, in whole or in part, are normatively referenced in this document and areindispensable for its application.Add to sectionAPI Spec 2C, 7th Edition Offshore Pedestal-mounted Cranes2012ASTM F1166-07Standard Practice for Human Engineering Design for Marine Systems, Equipment,and FacilitiesEN 13852-1Cranes – Offshore cranes – Part 1: General purpose offshore cranesIEC 60204-32Safety of machinery – Electrical equipment of machines – Part 32: Requirements forhoisting machinesIEC 60079-0Explosive atmospheres – Part 0: Equipment – General requirementsIEC 61000-6-2Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 6-2: Generic standards – Immunitystandard for industrial environmentsIEC 61000-6-4Electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) – Part 6-4: Generic standards – Emissionstandard for industrial environmentsISO 4413Hydraulic fluid power – General rules and safety requirements for systems and theircomponentsISO 12100Safety of machinery – General principles for design – Risk assessment and riskreductionISO 13849-1Safety of machinery – Safety-related parts of control systems – Part 1: Generalprinciples for design33.1Terms, Definitions and AbbreviationsTerms and Definitions3.1.56gross overload protection systemGOPSReplace section withA system or device used to protect the crane in the event of an unbounded overload applied to the crane hook.Page 6 of 25S-618December 2018

Supplementary Specification to API Specification 2C Offshore Pedestal-mounted CranesAdd to section3.1.153radial hook speedThe minimum radial hook speed (luffing, telescoping, folding), expressed as Vradialhook3.1.154slewing hook speedThe minimum slewing hook speed expressed as Vslewing3.2AbbreviationsAdd to sectionCPCcapital project complexityFATfactory acceptance testFMEAfailure mode effects analysisGOPSgross overload protection systemHVACheating, ventilation, and air conditioningIOGPInternational Oil & Gas Producers associationJIPJoint Industry ProjectLMISload moment indicator systemMOPSmanual overload protection systemOEMoriginal equipment manufacturerPLrrequired performance levelSATsite acceptance testSPIRspare parts and interchangeability recordSWLsafe working loadWEFWorld Economic Forum3.3UnitsAdd to Table 1Vradialhookft/sEquation (38)Required minimum radial hook speed (luffing, telescoping, folding)Vslewingft/sEquation (39)Required minimum slewing hook speed44.1DocumentationManufacturer-supplied Documentation upon PurchaseAdd to item d)The installation, operation and maintenance manual shall include access codes required to: perform fault diagnostics; replace and adjust components of the control system; andPage 7 of 25S-618December 2018

Supplementary Specification to API Specification 2C Offshore Pedestal-mounted Cranes restart the system after replacing and adjusting any components.Add item f)f)The manufacturer shall supply the electronic coordinates of the crane and its principal components,suitable for importing into the facility 3D dimensional.4.2Purchaser-supplied Information prior to PurchaseReplace fifth sentence withThe purchaser shall supply the crane manufacturer with a scope of supply and a crane datasheet defining theminimum information listed below and any additional information deemed pertinent by the purchaser for eachcrane to be purchased.5Loads5.2Critical ComponentsReplace first sentence withA critical component is any component of the crane assembly devoid of redundancy and auxiliary restrainingdevices, whose failure results in an uncontrolled movement of the crane or load.Add to sectionA risk assessment shall be performed in accordance with ISO 12100.The risk assessment shall identify all critical components and their risks associated with any single technicalfailure or common cause failure. Any mitigating measures taken to eliminate or reduce the risks shall be stated.NOTE A single line component or system is any component or system that, should it fail, would result in uncontrolledcrane movement.5.4In-service Loads5.4.5Vertical Factored Loads5.4.5.2Offboard LiftsReplace Equation (6) including preceding sentence withThe minimum hoisting velocity (Vhmin) for the main hook load to be lifted shall be:Vhmin - 0.0032(Hsig)² 0.179 x Hsig 0.0499(6a)The minimum hoisting velocity for auxiliary hook shall be:Vhmin 1.79 x (-0.0032(Hsig)² 0.179 x Hsig 0.0499)(6b)Vhmin is expressed in ft/sHsig is expressed in ftPage 8 of 25S-618December 2018

Supplementary Specification to API Specification 2C Offshore Pedestal-mounted Cranes5.4.5.3Onboard LiftsReplace second sentence withFor onboard lifts, Vhmin shall not be less than 0.492 ft/s (29.52 ft/min).Add new section5.4.5.4Horizontal speedThe minimum radial hook speed (luffing, telescoping, folding) shall be:Vradialhook 8.23x10-4(Hsig)² 0.0809 x Hsig 0.011(38)The minimum slewing hook speed shall be:Vslewing 0.0049(Hsig)² 0.4853x Hsig 0.076(39)Structure6.1GeneralAdd to sectionThe design of structural interfaces, including the pede

recognized industry standard API Specification 2C 7th Edition, 2012including Errata 2013, Offshore Pedestal-mounted Cranes, which is indispensable for the application of this specification. Following agreement of the relevant JIP33 work group and approval by the JIP33 Steering Committee, the IOGP Management Committee has agreed to the publicat ion of this specification by IOGP. Where adopted .

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