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RESTRICTEDDocument ID: SP-1084
December 2006Filing key: Control & Automation

Petroleum Development Oman L.L.C.

Control & Automation

STANDARD SPECIFICATION
FOR
FIRE, GAS AND SMOKE DETECTION SYSTEMS

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|Version No. |Date |Author |Scope / Remarks | |Version 2.0 |December 2006 |M.Shujauddin |SP-1084 updated based on new version of Shell DEP | | | |UEC/242 |32.30.30.11-Gen dated September 2002 and Panel review | | | |Salim Al Hinai |comments | | | |UEC/24 | | |Version 1.0 |April 1999 |Rueck Machiel, UES/11(OTT/331) |Original DEP 32.30.20.11-GEN modified (shown as shaded) | | | | |to suit PDO business environment. Categorised as | | | | |“Specification” as per the new standard PDO Policy | | | | |Cascade format. | | | | | |

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Petroleum Development Oman L.L.C.

UNRESTRICTEDDocument ID: SP-1084
December 2006Filing key:

DEP 32.30.20.11-PDO,
FIRE, GAS AND SMOKE DETECTION SYSTEMS
December 2006

DEP 32.30.20.11–Gen
September 2002

DESIGN AND ENGINEERING PRACTICE

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Keywords: DEP, Instruments, Fire and Gas detection, Specification.

PREFACE

DEPs (Design...
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