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Regulations 6(1) and (2) and 9(1)
1. The name and address of the operator of the installation.
2. A description of the design process from an initial concept to the submitted design and the design philosophy used to guide the process.
3. A description of—
(a)the chosen design concept, including suitable diagrams, and a summary of the other design options which were considered;
(b)how the chosen design concept is intended to ensure—
(i)compliance with the requirements set out in regulations 5 and 10 of the Offshore Installations and Wells (Design and Construction, etc.) Regulations 1996(1); and
(ii)that risks with the potential to cause a major accident are reduced to the lowest level that is reasonably practicable; and
(c)the criteria used to select the chosen design concept and the process by which the selection was made.
4. A description of—
(a)the principal systems on the installation;
(b)the installation layout;
(c)the process technology to be used;
(d)the principal features of any pipeline;
(e)any petroleum-bearing reservoir intended to be exploited using the installation; and
(f)the basis of design for any wells to be connected to the installation.
5. A suitable plan of the intended location of the installation and of anything which may be connected to it, and particulars of—
(a)the meteorological and oceanographic conditions to which the installation may foreseeably be subject; and
(b)the properties of the sea-bed and subsoil at its location.
6. Particulars of the types of operation, and activities in connection with an operation, which the installation may perform.
7. A general description of the means by which the management system of the operator will ensure that the structure and plant of the installation will be designed, selected, constructed and commissioned in a way which will control major accident risks to comply with the relevant statutory provisions.
8. A summary of the verification scheme prepared pursuant to sub-paragraph (b) of paragraph (2) of regulation 19.
9. Where a non-production installation is to be converted for use as a production installation, an explanation of why the owner considers the installation suitable for conversion.
10. Where a production installation is to be moved to a new location, an explanation of why the operator considers the installation suitable for the new location.
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