EX-10.1 2 dex101.htm CONTRIBUTION AGREEMENT Contribution Agreement

Exhibit 10.1

CONTRIBUTION AGREEMENT

by and among

SUNOCO, INC. (R&M)

SUNOCO PARTNERS LLC

SUNOCO LOGISTICS PARTNERS L.P.

SUNOCO LOGISTICS PARTNERS GP LLC

SUNOCO LOGISTICS PARTNERS OPERATIONS L.P.

SUNOCO LOGISTICS PARTNERS OPERATIONS GP LLC

AND

SUNOCO PARTNERS MARKETING & TERMINALS L.P.

Effective as of July 1, 2011


TABLE OF CONTENTS

 

ARTICLE 1   
DEFINITIONS AND INTERPRETATIONS      2   
  Section 1.1    Definitions      2   
  Section 1.2    Interpretations      2   
ARTICLE 2   
BASIC TRANSACTIONS      2   
  Section 2.1    Series of Capital Contributions      2   
  Section 2.2    Contributed Assets      3   
  Section 2.3    Excluded Assets      5   
  Section 2.4    Assumed Liabilities      6   
  Section 2.5    Excluded Liabilities      7   
  Section 2.6    No Assignment If Breach      8   
  Section 2.7    The Closing      9   
  Section 2.8    Deliveries at the Closing      9   
ARTICLE 3   
REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES CONCERNING THE TRANSACTION      10   
  Section 3.1    Representations and Warranties Concerning the Contributor      10   
  Section 3.2    Representations and Warranties Concerning the Acquirer      11   
ARTICLE 4   
REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES CONCERNING THE CONTRIBUTED ASSETS      12   
  Section 4.1    Representations and Warranties Concerning the Contributed Assets      12   
ARTICLE 5   
OTHER COVENANTS      15   
  Section 5.1    Further Assurances      15   
  Section 5.2    Retention of and Access to Books and Records      15   
  Section 5.3    Access to Assets      16   
  Section 5.4    Employee Matters      16   
  Section 5.5    Environmental Matters      18   
  Section 5.6    Foreign Trade Zone      22   
  Section 5.7    Termination of Other Agreements      22   
  Section 5.8    Contributed Meters      22   
ARTICLE 6   
REMEDIES FOR BREACHES OF AGREEMENT      23   
  Section 6.1    Survival of Representations and Warranties      23   
  Section 6.2    Indemnification Provisions for Benefit of the Acquirer      23   
  Section 6.3    Indemnification Provisions for Benefit of the Contributor      24   
  Section 6.4    Matters Involving Third Parties      26   
  Section 6.5    Procedures      26   
ARTICLE 7   
TAX MATTERS      27   
  Section 7.1    Tax Preparation      27   
  Section 7.2    Access to Information      28   
  Section 7.3    Transfer Taxes      28   

 

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  Section 7.4    Assistance and Cooperation      28   
  Section 7.5    Tax Indemnity      29   
  Section 7.6    Tax Indemnity Claims      29   
  Section 7.7    Tax Refunds      30   
  Section 7.8    Certification of Non-Foreign Status      30   
ARTICLE 8   
MISCELLANEOUS      31   
  Section 8.1    Press Releases and Confidentiality      31   
  Section 8.2    No Third Party Beneficiaries      31   
  Section 8.3    Succession and Assignment      31   
  Section 8.4    Counterparts      31   
  Section 8.5    Notices      32   
  Section 8.6    Governing Law      32   
  Section 8.7    Entire Agreement and Amendments      33   
  Section 8.8    Severability      33   
  Section 8.9    Transaction Expenses      33   
  Section 8.10    Waiver of Bulk Sales Law Compliance      33   
  Section 8.11    Arbitration      33   

 

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SCHEDULES

 

Schedule 1.1    Definitions and Interpretations
Schedule 2.2.1    Contributed Assets – Tangible Assets
Schedule 2.2.7    Contributed Assets – Miscellaneous Assets
Schedule 2.3.2    Excluded Assets – Tangible Assets
Schedule 2.3.3    Excluded Assets – Claims
Schedule 2.4.1    Assumed Liabilities – Guarantees
Schedule 3.1.2    Authorization of Transaction – Contributor
Schedule 3.2.2    Authorization of Transaction – Acquirer
Schedule 4.1.2    Licenses
Schedule 4.1.4    Environmental Matters
Schedule 4.1.5    Litigation
Schedule 4.1.6(A), (B) and (C)    Employee Matters
Schedule 5.4.1    Current Employees
Schedule 5.4.5    Contributor Benefit Plans
Schedule 5.5    Refinery Site-Wide Licenses

 

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CONTRIBUTION AGREEMENT

THIS CONTRIBUTION AGREEMENT (the “Agreement”) is made and entered into as of this 29th day of June, 2011 to be effective as of July 1, 2011 (the “Effective Date”) by and between

 

   

Sunoco, Inc. (R&M), a corporation organized and existing under the laws of Pennsylvania (the “Contributor”);

 

   

Sunoco Partners LLC, a Pennsylvania limited liability company (“SPLLC”);

 

   

Sunoco Logistics Partners L.P., a limited partnership organized and existing under the laws of Delaware (“Sunoco Logistics”);

 

   

Sunoco Logistics Partners GP LLC, a limited liability company organized and existing under the laws of Delaware (“SLPGPLLC”);

 

   

Sunoco Logistics Partners Operations L.P., a limited partnership organized and existing under the laws of Delaware (“SLPOLP”);

 

   

Sunoco Logistics Partners Operations GP LLC, a limited liability company organized and existing under the laws of Delaware (“SLPOGP”);

 

   

Sunoco Partners Marketing & Terminals L.P., a limited partnership organized and existing under the laws of Texas (“SPMT” and together with SPLLC Sunoco Logistics, SLPGPLLC, SLPOLP and SLPOGP, the “Acquirer”).

RECITALS

1. The Contributor is the owner of the Eagle Point refinery and certain tanks, terminal and logistics and other related assets located near Westville, New Jersey (the “Refinery Complex”).

2. The Contributor wishes to contribute and SPMT wishes to receive, as a result of a series of related inter-company contributions more fully described herein, certain tanks, terminal and logistics assets and other related assets located at the Refinery Complex, all as more particularly described in Section 2.2, on the terms and conditions set forth in this Agreement.

3. In connection with the contribution of the Contributed Assets, SPMT and the Contributor (or its Affiliates) will enter into (i) a terminaling and storage agreement (the “Tank Farm Agreement”) setting forth the rights and obligations of the parties thereto with respect to the receipt, storage, measurement and delivery of refined products and VGO at the Tank Farm and over the Docks; (ii) an amended and restated lease agreement (the “Ground Lease”) amending and restating the 2004 Lease and Access Agreement, which provides for the lease of the Premises by SPMT from the Contributor, to include the additional lease by SPMT from the Contributor of the Leased Real Property and provide SPMT with a right to purchase the Premises and the Leased Real Property; (iii) access agreements (the “Access Agreements”) setting forth the relative rights of the parties thereto with respect to access by such parties to certain assets


owned or leased by the other party at the Refinery Complex; (iv) an agreement setting forth the rights and obligations of the parties thereto with respect to certain services to be performed in connection with a portion of the Contributed Assets and the Cogeneration Plant (the “Utility Services Agreement”); (v) an agreement setting forth the terms and conditions pursuant to which the Contributor agrees to perform certain services for SPMT to facilitate the transfer and contribution of the Contributed Assets to SPMT and SPMT agrees to perform certain services for the Contributor at or related to the Refinery Complex (excluding the Cogeneration Plant) (the “Site Services Agreement”); (vi) a temporary support agreement (the “Temporary Support Agreement”) setting forth the terms and conditions pursuant to which SPMT agrees to perform, on a temporary basis, certain services for the Cogeneration Plant; and (vii) an agreement setting forth the relative rights of the parties thereto with respect to certain electrical interconnection equipment at the Refinery Complex (the “Tenant-in-Common Agreement”).

NOW, THEREFORE, in consideration of the foregoing recitals and the agreements contained herein, and for other good and valuable consideration, the receipt and sufficiency of which are hereby acknowledged, the Parties hereto, intending to be legally bound, do hereby agree as follows:

ARTICLE 1

DEFINITIONS AND INTERPRETATIONS

Section 1.1 Definitions. Unless the context otherwise requires, the capitalized terms used in this Agreement shall have the meanings set forth in Section 1.1 of Schedule 1.1.

Section 1.2 Interpretations. Unless expressly provided to the contrary in this Agreement, this Agreement shall be interpreted in accordance with the provisions set forth in Section 1.2 of Schedule 1.1.

ARTICLE 2

BASIC TRANSACTIONS

Section 2.1 Series of Capital Contributions. Subject to the terms and conditions contained in this Agreement, at the Closing, the contributions described in this Section 2.1 shall be consummated and effected in the order and manner described herein.

2.1.1 Contributor Contribution. The Contributor shall grant, contribute, convey, assign, transfer and deliver all of its right, title and interest in and to the Contributed Assets (collectively, “Contribute”) to SPLLC, and SPLLC shall accept the Contributed Assets as a contribution to its capital and shall assume and become liable for the Assumed Liabilities and in exchange for which SPLLC shall issue to the Contributor additional membership interests in SPLLC with a fair market value on the date of Closing equal to One Hundred Million Dollars ($100,000,000.00) (the “SPLLC Membership Interests”).

2.1.2 SPLLC Contribution. SPLLC shall Contribute the Contributed Assets and the Assumed Liabilities to Sunoco Logistics and Sunoco Logistics shall accept the Contributed Assets as a contribution to its capital and shall assume and become liable for the Assumed Liabilities and in exchange for which Sunoco Logistics shall issue and deliver to SPLLC Deferred Distribution Units with a fair market value on the date of Closing equal to

 

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Ninety-Eight Million Dollars ($98,000,000.00) and an additional general partner interest with a fair market value on the date of Closing equal to Two Million Dollars ($2,000,000.00). It is acknowledged and agreed to that 2% of the this contribution by SPLLC is in satisfaction of its obligations under Section 5.2(b) of the Third Amended and Restated Agreement of Limited Partnership for Sunoco Logistics, as amended, and results in a continuation of SPLLC’s 2% general partner interest in Sunoco Logistics.

2.1.3 Sunoco Logistics Contribution. Sunoco Logistics shall Contribute the Contributed Assets and the Assumed Liabilities to SLPOLP (an undivided 0.01% interest of which shall be contributed on behalf of SLPGPLLC), and SLPOLP shall accept the Contributed Assets as a contribution to its capital and shall assume and become liable for the Assumed Liabilities in exchange for a continuation of the respective interests in SLPOLP held by Sunoco Logistics and SLPGPLLC (the “SLPOLP Partnership Interests”).

2.1.4 SLPOLP Contribution. SLPOLP shall Contribute the Contributed Assets and the Assumed Liabilities to SPMT (an undivided 0.01% interest of which shall be contributed on behalf of SLPOGP), and SPMT shall accept the Contributed Assets as a contribution to its capital and shall assume and become liable for the Assumed Liabilities in exchange for a continuation of the respective interests in SPMT held by SLPOLP and SLPOGP (the “SPMT Partnership Interests”).

Section 2.2 Contributed Assets. With respect to each Contribution described in Section 2.1, the following described properties and assets, except to the extent that such properties and assets are Excluded Assets shall be contributed, transferred, assigned and delivered as part of the Contribution (such assets collectively, the “Contributed Assets”):

2.2.1 Tangible Assets. The equipment, tanks, spheres, bullets, pumps, pipelines (including river water intake structures, the 16 inch EPRF-Wood Pipeline and the 8 inch natural gas pipeline that runs from Woodbury terminal to the Refinery Complex (the “Natural Gas Line”)), and fixtures, Related to the Tank Farm, the Wastewater Treatment Plant, and the Power & Boiler Houses, including those items identified in Schedule 2.2.1, and the buildings (including the main office/administrative building, firehouse and river water pump house), rail lines and rail system located on the Leased Real Property (the “Equipment & Facilities”), but excluding (i) power lines, pipelines, telephone lines and other improvements and fixtures owned by public utilities furnishing utilities to the Leased Real Property and the Refinery Complex and (ii) rail lines, pipelines and other improvements and fixtures owned by Third Parties and located on existing easements for such purpose which encumber the Leased Real Property and the Refinery Complex, including any such improvements and fixtures owned by PSE&G and Sunoco Power Generation, LLC.

2.2.2 Licenses. To the extent transferable or assignable, all of the licenses, permits (including Environmental Permits) and consents in favor of the Contributor from any Governmental Authority to the extent applicable to the Contributed Assets and which are necessary to and used in connection with the ownership of the Contributed Assets, including those identified on Schedule 4.1.2 (collectively, the “Licenses”).

 

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2.2.3 Books & Records. All of the records and files Related to the operation of the Contributed Assets, including, plans, drawings, instruction manuals, employment records Related to Continuing Employees and similar items, including all personnel files and, with the consent and release of the affected employees (to the extent legally required), employment related medical records Related to the Continuing Employees, except to the extent prohibited by applicable Law (provided that copies, but not originals, of said personnel files and employment related medical records shall be included in the Books and Records), operating and technical data and records, whether computerized or hard copy, Tax files, books, records, Tax returns and Tax work papers, supplier lists, reference catalogs, surveys, engineering statements, maintenance records and studies, environmental records, environmental reporting information, emission data, testing and sampling data and procedures, data related to the pipelines and tanks associated with construction, inspection and operating records, any and all information necessary to meet compliance obligations with respect to Environmental Laws and any other applicable Laws, in each case Related to the Contributed Assets and existing as of the Effective Date (the “Books and Records”).

2.2.4 Warranties. All of the Contributor’s right, title and interest, if any, in and to unexpired warranties and guarantees from Third Parties to the extent Related to the Contributed Assets and to the extent such warranties or guarantees are transferable to the Acquirer, including warranties set forth in any equipment purchase agreement, construction agreement, lease agreement, consulting agreement or agreement for architectural or engineering services, it being understood that nothing in this paragraph shall be construed as a representation by the Contributor that any such warranty remains in effect or is enforceable.

2.2.5 Trade Name. A royalty-free, non-exclusive license to use the name “Eagle Point” in connection with the Contributed Assets.

2.2.6 Third Party Claims. All claims, demands, causes of action, choses in action, rights of recovery, rights of set-off, rights to refunds and similar rights against Third Parties (including indemnification and contribution) to the extent Related to (i) the ownership or operation of the Contributed Assets after the Effective Date, (ii) any damage to the Contributed Assets not repaired prior to the Effective Date, or (iii) the Assumed Liabilities, or any portion thereof, if any, including any claims for refunds, prepayments, offsets, recoupment, condemnation awards, judgments and the like, whether received as payment or credit against future Liabilities, in each case to the extent Related to the matters covered by clauses (i), (ii) or (iii) above.

2.2.7 Miscellaneous Assets. All those miscellaneous assets, including any Contracts that are assignable or transferable, identified by category on Schedule 2.2.7, and any assets necessary in order for SPMT to provide services under the Utility Services Agreement and the Site Services Agreement, and all of Contributor’s right, title and interest as a tenant-in-common with respect to certain electrical interconnection equipment at the Refinery Complex as more particularly described in the Tenant-in-Common Agreement. For purposes of this Agreement, any Contracts identified on Schedule 2.2.7 are referred to herein as the “Assigned Contracts”.

 

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Section 2.3 Excluded Assets. The assets to be contributed by the Contributor shall include only the Contributed Assets. For the sake of clarity, the Contributor and the Acquirer agree that the Contributed Assets shall not include any of the following specifically enumerated assets, rights and interests (collectively, the “Excluded Assets”):

2.3.1 All of the equipment, pumps, tanks, towers, transformers, and switch gear Related to the Cogeneration Plant that are owned by Sunoco Power Generation, LLC or PSE&G, including the high voltage lines, breakers, relaying and metering equipment located at the area commonly referred to as the “substation,” “breaker station,” or “switchyard,” and the two pumps located at the river water pump house (which pump house is a Contributed Asset).

2.3.2 All of the processing units, all process unit piping and equipment, all raw materials, intermediates, products, byproducts and wastes contained in the process units and process unit piping and equipment, and all wastes generated from the Contributed Assets or Excluded Assets that is stored in containers at or prior to the Closing, located at the Refinery Complex, and any other assets and properties of the Contributor that are located on the Leased Real Property and described on Schedule 2.3.2.

2.3.3 Claims, demands, causes of action, choses in action, rights of recovery, rights of set-off, rights to refunds, Creditable Emission Reductions and similar rights in favor of the Contributor or any of their Affiliates of any kind to the extent Relating to (i) the Excluded Assets or the Excluded Liabilities or identified on Schedule 2.3.3 or (ii) the ownership of the Contributed Assets prior to the Effective Date (other than any damage to the Contributed Assets not repaired prior to the Effective Date).

2.3.4 Subject to the license referred to in Section 2.2.5, the rights of the Contributor to the name “Eagle Point Refinery” or any related or similar trade names, trademarks, service marks, corporate names or logos, or any part, derivative or combination thereof.

2.3.5 All cash on hand and cash equivalents, including bank accounts, money market funds and temporary cash investments.

2.3.6 All of the Contributor’s and any of its Affiliates’ right, title and interest in and to all accounts receivable and all notes, bonds, and other evidences of indebtedness of and rights to receive payments arising out of sales, services, rentals and other activities occurring in connection with and attributable to the ownership or operation of the Contributed Assets prior to the Closing and the security arrangements, if any, Related thereto, including any rights with respect to any Third Party collection procedures or any other actions or proceedings in connection therewith.

2.3.7 Any and all of the Contributor’s and its Affiliates’ rights arising under any outstanding receivable or payable between the Contributor, on the one hand, and any of its Affiliates, on the other hand.

2.3.8 Any and all accounting and Tax files, books, records, Tax returns and Tax work papers not Related to the Contributed Assets.

 

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2.3.9 All assets Related to any pension, profit sharing, stock bonus, stock option, thrift or other retirement plan, medical, hospitalization, dental, life, disability, vacation or other insurance or benefit plan, employee stock ownership plan, deferred compensation, stock ownership, stock purchase, bonus, benefit or other incentive plan, severance plan or other similar plan relating to the Contributor, its Affiliates or their respective employees.

2.3.10 All rights, titles, claims and interests of the Contributor or any of its Affiliates (i) under any policy or agreement of insurance, (ii) under any bond, (iii) to or under any condemnation damages or awards in regard to any taking or (iv) to any insurance or bond proceeds.

2.3.11 All rights or claims by the Contributor or any of its Affiliates to (a) any Tax refund relating to the period prior to the Effective Date or (b) to any refund, claim for drawback or other claims relating to imports, exports, customs or the Subzone relating to the period prior to the Effective Date.

2.3.12 Any equity interest held by the Contributor or its Affiliates in any Person.

2.3.13 Any hydrocarbon inventory located at the Refinery Complex, including linefill.

2.3.14 Any Contract of the Contributor or its Affiliates not listed on Schedule 2.2.7.

Subject to the provisions of the Site Services Agreement, for a period of two (2) years after the Effective Date, the Contributor may remove at any time or from time to time any and all of the Excluded Assets from the Leased Real Property (at the Contributor’s expense, but without charge by the Acquirer for storage), provided that the Contributor shall do so in a manner that does not unduly or unnecessarily disrupt the Acquirer’s normal business activities. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary in Article 6, the Contributor shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless the Acquirer and its Affiliates from and against all Adverse Consequences to the extent incurred as a result of the actions of the Contributor or their Representatives in removing such Excluded Assets, in each case other than to the extent resulting from any gross negligence or willful misconduct of the Acquirer, any Affiliate of the Acquirer or any Representatives of the Acquirer.

Section 2.4 Assumed Liabilities. Except as provided in Section 2.5 and the other terms and conditions set forth in this Agreement or any Ancillary Agreement, the Acquirer shall assume and pay, discharge and perform as and when due, the following Liabilities of the Contributor or its Affiliates (the “Assumed Liabilities”):

2.4.1 Except for any Liabilities of the Contributor that arise under this Agreement or any Ancillary Agreement, all Liabilities that accrue, are caused by, arise out of, are associated with, are in respect of, or are incurred, in each case, at any time after the Closing, in connection with the ownership or operation of the Contributed Assets or other activities occurring in connection with and attributable to the ownership or operation of the Contributed Assets from and after the Closing, including all obligations of the Contributor which arise or

 

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accrue under the Assigned Contracts after the Closing and any other Liability of the Contributor or any of its Affiliates (including those related to letters of credit and performance bonds) that is in the nature of a guaranty of any Assigned Contract and that is specifically disclosed on Schedule 2.4.1.

2.4.2 All Liabilities for which the Acquirer is liable pursuant to Articles 5 and 7 hereof.

Section 2.5 Excluded Liabilities. The Parties agree that Liabilities of the Contributor or its Affiliates that are not identified in Section 2.4 as Assumed Liabilities are not part of the Assumed Liabilities, and the Acquirer shall not assume or become obligated with respect to any other Liability of the Contributor or any of its Affiliates, including the Liabilities existing as of the Effective Date whether or not described specifically in this Section 2.5 (collectively, the “Excluded Liabilities”), all of which shall remain the sole responsibility of, and be discharged and performed as and when due by, the Contributor or its Affiliates. The Acquirer shall not assume nor have Liability with respect to any Excluded Liabilities, including any of the following Liabilities of the Contributor or its Affiliates as the same may exist at or after the Closing:

2.5.1 Liabilities in respect of, associated with or arising from the Excluded Assets and the ownership, operation and conduct of any business by the Contributor or its Affiliates or their respective predecessors and successors in interest Relating to the ownership, operation or use of the Excluded Assets.

2.5.2 Liabilities to Third Parties (including employees) for injury, death or damage to person or property of a Third Party occurring at or prior to the Closing to the extent arising out of the ownership or operation of the Contributed Assets or other activities occurring in connection with and attributable to the ownership or operation of the Contributed Assets prior to the Closing; provided, however, that Excluded Liabilities under this Section 2.5.2 shall not in any event include any Liabilities resulting from negligence or willful misconduct of the Acquirer, any of its respective Affiliates or any of their respective Representatives in connection with any inspection of the Contributed Assets at or prior to the Closing.

2.5.3 Excluded Environmental Liabilities:

2.5.3.1 All Liabilities under or pursuant to ISRA arising from or related to the assignment of assets under this Agreement and all transactions involving the Refinery Complex that occurred prior to the Closing, including ISRA Case Nos. E84158, E20030519, E20030520, and E20030521;

2.5.3.2 All Liabilities arising from or related to the NJPDES DSW/DGW Permit issued June 30, 1989, Permit No. NJ0005401 for closure and post-closure care of the hazardous waste land treatment unit at the Refinery Complex;

2.5.3.3 All Liabilities arising from or related to Contributor’s failure or alleged failure at or prior to the Closing to comply with Environmental Laws applicable to the Contributed Assets, including the matters disclosed or required to be disclosed on Schedule 4.1.4;

 

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2.5.3.4 All Liabilities arising from or related to the CAA Consent Decree attributable to: (a) the ownership or operation of the Refinery Complex at or prior to the Closing, (b) the ownership or operation of the Excluded Assets from and after the Closing, (c) the notice or transfer obligations of Contributor pursuant to Paragraphs 6 or 7 of the CAA Consent Decree, or (d) the termination of the CAA Consent Decree; and

2.5.3.5 All Liabilities arising from or related to the presence of asbestos on Boilers 1, 2, 3 and 4 and Tanks 62 and 63, including the cost of any remediation or removal of such asbestos that may be necessary.

2.5.4 All Liabilities for which the Contributor and/or its Affiliates are responsible pursuant to Article 7 hereof and any Tax that may be imposed on the ownership, operation or use of the Contributed Assets on or prior to the Closing.

2.5.5 Any fines, penalties or costs imposed by a Governmental Authority against the Contributor or its Affiliates, the Contributed Assets or any activities occurring in connection with and attributable to the ownership or operation of the Contributed Assets resulting from the violation of any statute, ordinance, rule or regulation promulgated by a Governmental Authority and attributable to actions or omissions at or prior to the Closing with respect to the Contributed Assets or any activities occurring in connection with and attributable to the ownership or operation of the Contributed Assets at or prior to the Closing.

2.5.6 Liabilities which accrue at or prior to the Closing pursuant to the Assigned Contracts and Licenses.

2.5.7 All Liabilities for which the Contributor and/or its Affiliates are responsible pursuant to Article 5 hereof.

Section 2.6 No Assignment If Breach. Notwithstanding anything to the contrary set forth in this Agreement, this Agreement shall not constitute an agreement of the Contributor to contribute or assign any Contributed Asset to the Acquirer, or cause the Acquirer to assume any Assumed Liability, if the attempted assignment or assumption of the same, as a result of the absence of the consent or authorization of a Third Party or failure of a right of first refusal or first offer notice period to expire, would constitute a breach or Default under any agreement, Encumbrance, or commitment, would violate any Law or would in any way adversely affect the rights, or increase the obligations, of the Acquirer or the Contributor with respect thereto. If any such consent or authorization is not obtained, or if an attempted assignment or assumption would be ineffective or would adversely affect the rights or increase the obligations of the Acquirer or the Contributor, with respect to any such agreement, Encumbrance, or commitment, so that the Acquirer would not, in fact, receive all such rights, or assume the obligations, of the Contributor with respect thereto as they exist prior to such attempted assignment or assumption, then the Contributor and the Acquirer shall enter into such reasonable cooperative arrangements as may be reasonably acceptable to both the Acquirer and the Contributor (including sublease, agency, management, indemnity or payment arrangements and enforcement at the cost and for the benefit of the Acquirer of any and all rights of the Contributor against an involved Third Party) to provide for or impose upon the Acquirer the benefits of such Contributed Assets or the obligations of such Assumed Liability, as the case may be. If the Acquirer and the Contributor

 

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cannot agree on any such arrangement, or any such arrangement would not be reasonably practicable, to provide the Acquirer with materially all the benefits of such Contributed Asset or materially all the obligations of such Assumed Liability, as the case may be, then such Contributed Asset or Assumed Liability shall be excluded from the transactions contemplated under this Agreement and shall be deemed to be an Excluded Asset or an Excluded Liability, as the case may be, and the Parties hereto shall negotiate in good faith an equitable adjustment in the Purchase Price, or resolve any disagreement respecting such adjustment in accordance with the procedures of Section 8.11.

Section 2.7 The Closing. The closing of the transactions contemplated by this Agreement (the “Closing”) shall take place at 1818 Market Street, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, commencing at 10:00 a.m. local time on the Effective Date. Title to, ownership of, control over and risk of loss of the Contributed Assets shall pass to the Acquirer effective 12:01 a.m., local time on the Effective Date.

Section 2.8 Deliveries at the Closing. At the Closing:

2.8.1 SPLLC shall issue the SPLLC Membership Interests to the Contributor in accordance with Section 2.1.1 of this Agreement, and shall amend the SPLLC Limited Liability Company Agreement to reflect the issuance of the SPLLC Membership Interests to the Contributor;

2.8.2 Sunoco Logistics shall issue the Deferred Distribution Units to SPLLC in accordance with Section 2.1.2 of this Agreement and shall deliver to SPLLC certificates for such Deferred Distribution Units;

2.8.3 SLPOLP shall issue the SLPOLP Partnership Interests to Sunoco Logistics and SLPGPLLC in accordance with Section 2.1.3 of this Agreement;

2.8.4 SPMT shall issue the SPMT Partnership Interests to SLPOLP and SLPOGP in accordance with Section 2.1.4 of this Agreement;

2.8.5 the Contributor shall deliver to the Acquirer the certificate required by Section 7.8;

2.8.6 the Contributor shall deliver to the Acquirer all approvals and actions of, filings with and notices to any Governmental Authority necessary to permit the Contributor to perform its obligations under this Agreement including, if required, ISRA approval, and all required Third Party consents or novations (or, in lieu thereof, waivers), but only to the extent the Contributor has obtained (i) such approvals or actions of such Governmental Authorities or (ii) such consents, novations or waivers of such Third Parties;

2.8.7 the respective parties to the Ancillary Agreements shall execute and deliver the Ancillary Agreements; and

2.8.8 the Contributor and the Acquirer shall deliver any other documents, instruments or agreements that are reasonably necessary or appropriate to consummate the transactions contemplated hereby.

 

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ARTICLE 3

REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES CONCERNING

THE TRANSACTION

Section 3.1 Representations and Warranties Concerning the Contributor. Except as set forth in a correspondingly numbered Schedule delivered to the Acquirer, the Contributor represents and warrants to the Acquirer as of the date of this Agreement as follows:

3.1.1 Organization of the Contributor. The Contributor is a corporation duly organized and validly existing, under the Laws of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. The Contributor is duly authorized to conduct business and is in good standing under the Laws of each jurisdiction where such qualification is required, except where the lack of such qualification would not have a Material Adverse Effect. The Contributor has the requisite corporate power and authority necessary to carry on its business and to own and use the Contributed Assets owned or operated by it.

3.1.2 Authorization of Transaction. The Contributor has full corporate power and authority to execute and deliver this Agreement and each Ancillary Agreement to which it is a party and to perform its obligations hereunder and thereunder. This Agreement and each Ancillary Agreement to which the Contributor is a party constitutes its valid and legally binding obligation, enforceable against it in accordance with its terms and conditions, except as enforceability may be limited by applicable bankruptcy, insolvency, reorganization, moratorium or similar laws from time to time in effect that affect creditors’ rights generally and by legal and equitable limitations on the availability of specific remedies. The Contributor need not give any notice to, make any filing with, or obtain any authorization, consent, or approval of any Governmental Authority or any Third Party in order to consummate the transactions contemplated by this Agreement except for the prior approval of the applicable Governmental Authorities and Third Parties listed in Schedule 3.1.2 or previously obtained by the Parties in connection with the transactions contemplated hereby.

3.1.3 Noncontravention. Except for the prior approval of the applicable Governmental Authorities and Third Parties listed in Schedule 3.1.2 or previously obtained by the Parties in connection with the transactions contemplated hereby, neither the execution and delivery of this Agreement, nor the consummation of the transactions contemplated under this Agreement, will violate any Law to which the Contributor is subject or to which any Contributed Asset is subject, any Licenses or any provision of the Organizational Documents of the Contributor, or result in a breach of, constitute a Default under, result in the acceleration of, create in any party the right to accelerate, terminate, modify, or cancel, or require any notice or trigger any rights to payment or other compensation under any agreement, Contract, lease, License, instrument, or other arrangement to which the Contributor is a party or by which it is bound that is included in the Contributed Assets or that could prevent or materially delay the consummation of the transactions contemplated by this Agreement.

3.1.4 Brokers’ Fees. The Contributor has no any Liability to pay any fees or commissions to any broker, finder, or agent with respect to the transactions contemplated by this Agreement for which the Acquirer or any Affiliate of the Acquirer will be obligated.

 

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3.1.5 Bankruptcy. There are no bankruptcy, reorganization or rearrangement proceedings under any bankruptcy, insolvency, reorganization, moratorium or other similar laws with respect to creditors pending against, being contemplated by, or, to the knowledge of the Contributor, threatened, against the Contributor.

Section 3.2 Representations and Warranties Concerning the Acquirer. Except as set forth in a correspondingly numbered Schedule delivered to the Contributor, each of SPMT, Sunoco Logistics, SPLLC, SLPGPLLC, SLPOLP, and SLPOGP individually (the “Acquirer Representing Party”), represents and warrants to the Contributor as of the date of this Agreement as follows:

3.2.1 Organization of the Acquirer. The Acquirer Representing Party is duly organized and validly existing under the Laws of the state in which it was formed or incorporated. The Acquirer Representing Party is duly authorized to conduct business and is in good standing under the Laws of each jurisdiction where such qualification is required, except where the lack of such qualification would not have a Material Adverse Effect. The Acquirer Representing Party has the requisite power and authority that is necessary to carry on the business in which it is engaged and to own and use the properties owned and used by it.

3.2.2 Authorization of Transaction. The Acquirer Representing Party has full power and authority to execute and deliver this Agreement and to perform its obligations hereunder. This Agreement constitutes the valid and legally binding obligation of the Acquirer Representing Party, enforceable in accordance with its terms and conditions, except as enforceability may be limited by applicable bankruptcy, insolvency, reorganization, moratorium or similar laws from time to time in effect that affect creditors’ rights generally and by legal and equitable limitations on the availability of specific remedies. The Acquirer Representing Party need not give any notice to, make any filing with, or obtain any authorization, consent, or approval of any Governmental Authority or any Third Party in order to consummate the transactions contemplated by this Agreement, except for the prior approval of the applicable Governmental Authorities and Third Parties listed in Schedule 3.2.2 or previously obtained by the Parties in connection with the transaction contemplated hereby.

3.2.3 Noncontravention. Except for the prior approval of the applicable Governmental Authorities and Third Parties listed in Schedule 3.2.2 or previously obtained by the Parties in connection with the transactions contemplated hereby, neither the execution and delivery of this Agreement, nor the consummation of the transactions contemplated under this Agreement, will violate any Law to which the Acquirer Representing Party is subject, any of its licenses or any provision of the its Organizational Documents or conflict with, result in a breach of, constitute a Default under, result in the acceleration of, create in any party the right to accelerate, terminate, modify, or cancel, or trigger any rights to payment or other compensation, or require any notice, approval or consent under any agreement, Contract, lease, license, instrument, or other arrangement to which it is a party or by which it is bound that could prevent or materially delay the consummation of the transactions contemplated under this Agreement.

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transactions contemplated by this Agreement for which the Contributor or any Affiliate of the Contributor will be obligated.

ARTICLE 4

REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES

CONCERNING THE CONTRIBUTED ASSETS

Section 4.1 Representations and Warranties Concerning the Contributed Assets. Except as set forth in a correspondingly numbered Schedule delivered to the Acquirer, the Contributor represents and warrants to the Acquirer as of the Effective Date as follows:

4.1.1 Ownership of the Contributed Assets. The Contributor has good and marketable title to all of the Contributed Assets and such title to the Contributed Assets will be transferred at the Closing to SPLLC free and clear of all Encumbrances.

4.1.2 Licenses. Schedule 4.1.2 lists each License that is material to the Contributed Assets. The Contributor possesses all material Licenses necessary for its operation of the Contributed Assets at the location and in the manner presently operated.

4.1.3 Compliance with Law. Except where the failure to be in compliance would not have a Material Adverse Effect, the Contributor is and has been in compliance with all, and to the Knowledge of Contributor is not under investigation with respect to and has not been threatened to be charged with or given notice of any violation of any, applicable Laws and Licenses related to the ownership and operation of the Contributed Assets.

4.1.4 Environmental Matters. Notwithstanding anything in this Agreement to the contrary, the representations and warranties contained in this Section 4.1.4 are the sole and exclusive representations and warranties of the Contributor pertaining or relating to matters arising under or with respect to the environment, Environmental Laws, Environmental Permits, or Hazardous Substances. Except as disclosed or referenced on Schedule 4.1.4 and except for matters that would not reasonably be expected to have a Material Adverse Effect:

4.1.4.1 The Contributor’s ownership and operation of the Contributed Assets as presently owned and operated are in compliance in all material respects with all applicable Environmental Laws and all Environmental Permits.

4.1.4.2 The Contributor is not a party to any outstanding order, injunction, judgment, decree or ruling that arose from the Contributor’s operation or ownership of the Contributed Assets and relates to (i) the Contributor’s compliance with Environmental Laws, (ii) Remedial Work required to be performed by the Contributor, or (iii) any Release of Hazardous Substances or presence of Hazardous Substances.

4.1.4.3 Since January 1, 2009, the Contributor has not received any written communication alleging that, with respect to the Contributor’s operation or ownership of the Contributed Assets, the Contributor may be in violation of any Environmental Law or may have any liability under any Environmental Law.

 

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4.1.4.4 To the Contributor’s Knowledge, there is no investigation by a Governmental Authority of the Contributed Assets, pending or threatened in writing, that would reasonably be expected to result in the imposition of any material liability pursuant to any Environmental Law.

4.1.5 Litigation. Except as set forth on Schedule 4.1.4 and Schedule 4.1.5, there are no actions, suits, claims or proceedings pending with service of process made on the Contributor (or its Affiliates) or, to the Contributor’s Knowledge, threatened or pending without service of process made on the Contributor (or its Affiliates), against the Contributor (or its Affiliates) relating to the Contributed Assets at law or in equity, or before or by any Governmental Authority.

4.1.6 Employee Matters. Except for such noncompliance as would not have a Material Adverse Effect on the operation of the Contributed Assets, Contributor is in compliance in all material respects with all applicable federal, state and local Laws pertaining to employment and employment practices, terms and conditions of employment, wages and hours, payment of unemployment benefits and taxes and workers’ compensation, including Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, as amended, the Equal Pay Act, as amended, the Fair Labor Standards Act, as amended, the Americans with Disabilities Act, the Age Discrimination in Employment Act, the Worker Adjustment and Retraining Notification Act, the Employee Retirement Income Security Act, the National Labor Relations Act and the Code. Contributor is not a party to, nor is it negotiating, any collective bargaining or other agreement with any union or other association of employees relating to the Current Employees or the Contributed Assets. No labor union or employee organization has been certified or recognized as the collective bargaining representative of the Current Employees. There is no labor strike, slowdown or work stoppage or lockout pending or, to Knowledge of Contributor, threatened against or affecting the Contributed Assets. Except as set forth on Schedule 4.1.6(A), none of the Current Employees have a pending or, to Contributor’s or its Affiliates’ Knowledge, threatened claim against Contributor or its Affiliates. Except as set forth on Schedule 4.1.6(B), neither Contributor nor its Affiliates have pending against them related to the Current Employees or the Contributed Assets any unfair labor practice charges, other administrative charges, claims, grievances, proceedings or lawsuits before any court, governmental agency, regulatory body or arbiter arising under any federal, state or local Law governing employment. Except as set forth on Schedule 4.1.6(C), Contributor has no Contracts of employment with any of the Current Employees.

4.1.7 Limitations of Representations and Warranties. NOTWITHSTANDING ANYTHING CONTAINED TO THE CONTRARY IN ANY OTHER PROVISION OF THIS AGREEMENT OR ANY DOCUMENT DELIVERED BY THE CONTRIBUTOR IN CONNECTION WITH THIS AGREEMENT, IT IS THE EXPLICIT INTENT AND UNDERSTANDING OF EACH PARTY HERETO THAT THE CONTRIBUTOR IS NOT MAKING ANY REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY WHATSOEVER, EXPRESS, IMPLIED, STATUTORY OR OTHERWISE, BEYOND THOSE REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES EXPRESSLY MADE BY IT IN THIS AGREEMENT OR ANY DOCUMENT DELIVERED BY THE CONTRIBUTOR IN CONNECTION WITH THIS AGREEMENT, AND IT IS UNDERSTOOD THAT, EXCEPT TO THE EXTENT COVERED BY SUCH A REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY EXPRESSLY MADE HEREIN OR ANY DOCUMENT DELIVERED BY THE CONTRIBUTOR IN CONNECTION WITH THIS

 

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AGREEMENT AND WITHOUT LIMITING SUCH EXPRESS REPRESENTATIONS AND WARRANTIES, THE ACQUIRER TAKES THE CONTRIBUTED ASSETS “AS IS” AND “WHERE IS” AND “WITH ALL FAULTS.” WITHOUT LIMITING THE GENERALITY OF THE IMMEDIATELY PRECEDING SENTENCE OR ANY REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES EXPRESSLY MADE BY THE CONTRIBUTOR IN THIS AGREEMENT OR ANY DOCUMENT DELIVERED BY THE CONTRIBUTOR IN CONNECTION WITH THIS AGREEMENT, THE CONTRIBUTOR HEREBY (I) EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS AND NEGATES ANY REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTY, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED, AT COMMON LAW, BY STATUTE OR OTHERWISE, RELATING TO (A) THE CONDITION, USEFULNESS OR ADEQUACY OF THE CONTRIBUTED ASSETS (INCLUDING ANY IMPLIED OR EXPRESS WARRANTY OF QUALITY, MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR OF CONFORMITY TO MODELS OR SAMPLES OF MATERIALS), (B) ANY INFRINGEMENT BY THE CONTRIBUTOR OR ANY OF ITS AFFILIATES OF ANY INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY OR PROPRIETARY RIGHT OF ANY THIRD PARTY OR (C) THE ACCURACY, SPECIFICATIONS, QUALITY, FITNESS, MERCHANTABILITY, REPRODUCIBILITY OR CORRECTNESS OF DATA, PRODUCTS OR RESULTS OF ANY INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY; AND (II) NEGATES ANY RIGHTS OF THE ACQUIRER UNDER STATUTES TO CLAIM DIMINUTION OF CONSIDERATION AND ANY CLAIMS BY THE ACQUIRER FOR DAMAGES BECAUSE OF LATENT VICES OR DEFECTS, WHETHER KNOWN OR UNKNOWN, IT BEING THE INTENTION OF THE PARTIES THAT, SUBJECT TO THE TERMS OF THIS AGREEMENT OR ANY EXPRESS TERM OF ANY DOCUMENT DELIVERED BY THE CONTRIBUTOR IN CONNECTION WITH THIS AGREEMENT, THE CONTRIBUTED ASSETS ARE TO BE ACCEPTED BY THE ACQUIRER IN THEIR PRESENT CONDITION AND STATE OF REPAIR.

4.1.8 WITHOUT LIMITING ANY REPRESENTATIONS, WARRANTIES OR INDEMNITIES EXPRESSLY MADE BY THE CONTRIBUTOR IN THIS AGREEMENT OR ANY DOCUMENT DELIVERED BY THE CONTRIBUTOR IN CONNECTION WITH THIS AGREEMENT, THE CONTRIBUTOR MAKES NO WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION, EXPRESS, IMPLIED, STATUTORY OR OTHERWISE, WITH RESPECT TO ANY ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS, ENVIRONMENTAL LIABILITIES OR OTHER ENVIRONMENTAL MATTERS, INCLUDING WITH RESPECT TO THE PRESENCE OR ABSENCE OF ANY HAZARDOUS MATERIALS AT, IN, ON OR UNDER, OR DISPOSED OF OR DISCHARGED OR RELEASED FROM, THE CONTRIBUTED ASSETS. FURTHERMORE, WITHOUT LIMITING ANY REPRESENTATIONS OR WARRANTIES EXPRESSLY GIVEN BY THE CONTRIBUTOR IN THIS AGREEMENT OR ANY DOCUMENT DELIVERED BY THE CONTRIBUTOR IN CONNECTION WITH THIS AGREEMENT, THE CONTRIBUTOR MAKES NO WARRANTY OR REPRESENTATION, EXPRESS, IMPLIED, STATUTORY OR OTHERWISE, WITH RESPECT TO THE ACCURACY OR COMPLETENESS OF THE INFORMATION, RECORDS, DATA AND INTERPRETATIONS NOW, HERETOFORE OR HEREAFTER MADE AVAILABLE TO THE ACQUIRER IN CONNECTION WITH THIS AGREEMENT; INCLUDING ANY DESCRIPTION OF THE CONTRIBUTED ASSETS, PRICING ASSUMPTIONS, POTENTIAL FOR PROFITS, PROJECTED COSTS AND, ANY ACQUIRED OR LICENSED DATA, ANY ENVIRONMENTAL INFORMATION, OR ANY OTHER MATERIAL FURNISHED TO THE ACQUIRER BY THE CONTRIBUTOR, ANY AFFILIATES OF THE

 

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CONTRIBUTOR OR ANY DIRECTOR, OFFICER, SHAREHOLDER, EMPLOYEE, COUNSEL, AGENT OR ADVISOR OF THE CONTRIBUTOR OR ANY AFFILIATES OF THE CONTRIBUTOR.

ARTICLE 5

OTHER COVENANTS

Section 5.1 Further Assurances.

5.1.1 From time to time after the Closing, and without any further consideration, the Parties agree to execute, acknowledge and deliver all such additional deeds, assignments, bills of sale, conveyances, instruments, notices, releases, acquittances and other documents, and will do all such other acts and things, all in accordance with applicable law, as may be necessary or appropriate to more fully assure that the Acquirer owns all of the Contributed Assets and to more fully and effectively carry out the purposes and intent of this Agreement.

Section 5.2 Retention of and Access to Books and Records.

5.2.1 As promptly as practicable and in any event before thirty (30) days after the Effective Date, the Contributor will deliver or cause to be delivered to the Acquirer, at the Acquirer’s request, the Books and Records that are in the possession or control of the Contributor or its Affiliates and that relate to the operation of the Contributed Assets. The Acquirer agrees to hold and maintain the Books and Records so that they may be reasonably retrievable and not to destroy or dispose of any portion thereof for a period of three (3) years from the Effective Date or such longer time as may be required by Law, provided that, if it desires to destroy or dispose of such Books and Records during such period, it will first offer in writing at least sixty (60) days before such destruction or disposition to surrender them to the Contributor and if the Contributor does not accept such offer within thirty (30) days after receipt of such offer, the Acquirer may take such action.

5.2.2 The Acquirer agrees to afford the Contributor and its Affiliates and their respective accountants, counsel and other designated individuals, during normal business hours, upon reasonable request, at a mutually agreeable time, full access to and the right to make copies of the Books and Records at no cost to the Contributor or its Affiliates (other than for reasonable out-of-pocket expenses); provided that such access will not be construed to require the disclosure of Books and Records that would cause the waiver of any attorney-client, work product or like privilege; provided, further, that in the event of any litigation, nothing herein shall limit any Party’s rights of discovery under applicable Law. Without limiting the generality of the preceding sentences, the Acquirer agrees to provide the Contributor and its Affiliates reasonable access to and the right to make copies of the Books and Records after the Effective Date for the purposes of assisting the Contributor and its Affiliates (a) in complying with the Contributor’s obligations under this Agreement, (b) in preparing and delivering any accounting statements provided for under this Agreement and adjusting, prorating and settling the charges and credits provided for in this Agreement, (c) in owning or operating the Excluded Assets or Excluded Liabilities, (d) in preparing Tax returns, (e) in responding to or disputing any Tax audit, (f) in asserting, defending or otherwise dealing with any claim or dispute, known or unknown, under

 

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this Agreement or with respect to Excluded Assets or Excluded Liabilities or (g) in asserting, defending or otherwise dealing with any Third Party Claim or dispute by or against the Contributor or its Affiliates relating to the Contributed Assets.

Section 5.3 Access to Assets. From and after the Closing, and subject to any applicable provisions of the Ground Lease, the Access Agreements, the Site Services Agreement and the Utility Services Agreement, the Acquirer and its Affiliates shall permit reasonable access to and entry upon the Contributed Assets by the Contributor and its Affiliates and their respective designated individuals, without charge, as necessary (as determined by the Contributor in its sole but reasonable discretion) to conduct and complete any other matters for which the Contributor shall be responsible under this Agreement, including any corrective or remedial actions relating to any Excluded Liabilities. The Acquirer shall use commercially reasonable efforts not to unreasonably interfere with the Contributor in connection with the exercise of such rights of access, including ingress and egress, to perform any corrective action.

Section 5.4 Employee Matters.

5.4.1 Current Employees. Schedule 5.4.1 contains a list of all active employees of the Contributor who are employed in the operation of the Tank Farm or have been designated by the Contributor as having skills which could support the Acquirer’s operations of the Tank Farm after the Closing, including employees who are receiving short-term disability or are on family and medical leave or military leave (collectively, the “Current Employees”). Schedule 5.4.1 shall include each Current Employee’s (a) name, (b) current job title or position, (c) service dates recognized by the Contributor, (d) current base salary or the base hourly rate, (e) accrued but unused vacation benefits, (f) status (e.g., full-time, part-time, on leave) and if on leave, the type of leave (e.g., vacation, short-term disability or Family and Medical Leave Act (“FMLA”) leave).

5.4.2 Employment Offers. Unless the Contributor and the Acquirer mutually agree to a later date, by no later than six (6) days after the Effective Date, the Acquirer will offer (or will have offered) employment to up to eleven (11) Current Employees it selects based on skills, experience and/or qualifications. Unless the Contributor and the Acquirer mutually agree to a later date, all such offer of employment shall be effective as of ten (10) days after the Effective Date (“Offer Effective Date”) and on such terms and conditions determined by the Acquirer in its sole discretion and as required by any applicable collective bargaining agreement to which the Acquirer is subject. The Acquirer will provide the Contributor with a list, as soon as practicable but no later than three (3) Business Days after Acquirer has completed its employment offers to Current Employees, which shall contain as of that date the names of the Current Employees the Acquirer made offers of employment to, the rate of pay the Acquirer offered, and whether the Current Employee accepted the offer. Any Current Employee who accepts the Acquirer’s offer of employment and on the Offer Effective Date is (a) actively at work or (b) on a holiday, scheduled day off pursuant to his or her regular schedule, or a vacation authorized prior to the Offer Effective Date by the Contributor and returns to work as scheduled shall become or be deemed employed by the Acquirer as of the Offer Effective Date (the “Employment Date”). Any Current Employee who accepts the Acquirer’s offer of employment and on the Offer Effective Date is on a leave of absence or short-term disability leave consistent with the Contributor’s established policies and practices which was authorized by the

 

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Contributor prior to the Offer Effective Date, including any FMLA leave or military leave, and returns to work at the end of such authorized leave, which shall not be longer than six (6) months after the Offer Effective Date, unless applicable Law gives the Current Employee a longer period for returning to work, shall become employed by the Acquirer as of the day of his or her return to work with such date being deemed the Employment Date for such employee. All Current Employees who become employed by the Acquirer shall be referred to herein as a “Continuing Employee.”

5.4.3 Retained Employees. Any Current Employee who is on long-term disability on the Effective Date and those Current Employees who are offered and do not accept employment with the Acquirer or do not become employed by the Acquirer shall be referred to collectively as the “Retained Employees.” The Contributor or its Affiliates may retain the services of any Retained Employee or terminate any such Retained Employee’s employment on or following the Effective Date. The Contributor shall retain Liability and be responsible for and indemnify and hold harmless the Acquirer against all salaries or wages, severance and benefits and all other claims, costs, expenses and Liabilities related to or arising out of the employment or termination of the Retained Employees by the Contributor.

5.4.4 Continuing Employees. The Contributor will terminate its employment of each Continuing Employee effective as of the date preceding each such Continuing Employee’s Employment Date. All Continuing Employees shall become employees of the Acquirer as of their Employment Date and, at such time, the Acquirer shall assume and be responsible for and indemnify and hold harmless the Contributor and its Affiliates against payment of all salaries or wages, severance and any benefits provided by the Acquirer and all other claims, costs, expenses and Liabilities related to or arising out of the employment of the Continuing Employees that arise on or after their Employment Date. The Contributor shall retain Liability and be responsible for and indemnify and hold harmless the Acquirer against all salaries or wages, severance and benefits and all other claims, costs, expenses and Liabilities related to or arising out of the employment or termination of the Continuing Employees by the Contributor prior to their Employment Date. Notwithstanding anything in this Agreement to the contrary, Acquirer shall assume and be responsible for, indemnify and hold harmless the Contributor and its Affiliates against any costs, expenses and Liabilities incurred by the Contributor or its Affiliate which arises out of any selection process applied by the Acquirer to the Current Employees to determine which Current Employees it makes offers of employment to. Except as set forth in this Section 5.4, nothing in this Agreement shall limit the right of the Acquirer to terminate the employment of any Continuing Employee following his or her Employment Date, at any time, with or without cause.

5.4.5 Employee Benefit Plans. Schedule 5.4.5 sets forth a list of employee benefit plans maintained by the Contributor for the benefit of the Acquirer’s employees (“Contributor Benefit Plans”). Effective as of their Employment Date, Continuing Employees shall continue to participate in Contributor Benefit Plans but such participation shall be pursuant to the terms and conditions of Contributor Benefit Plans applicable to the Acquirer’s employees. There shall be no interruption in Continuing Employees’ participation in Contributor Benefit Plans as a result of the transaction contemplated by this Agreement. Contributor Benefit Plans shall recognize years of service with both the Contributor and the Acquirer for purposes of

 

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eligibility, vesting and benefit accrual except to the extent that such service recognition results in a duplication of benefits with respect to Continuing Employees.

5.4.6 Vacation. The Acquirer shall assume all Liabilities for unpaid, accrued vacation benefits of Continuing Employees as of each Continuing Employee’s Employment Date. The Acquirer shall permit each Continuing Employee to use his or her unused vacation entitlement accrued as of his or her Employment Date under the terms of the Acquirer’s vacation policy or practices or any applicable collective bargaining agreement during the remainder of the calendar year 2011 or until such later date determined by the Acquirer. After the end of calendar year 2011, Continuing Employees will be entitled to vacation under the Acquirer’s vacation policy or practices or any applicable collective bargaining agreement, which will recognize service with the Contributor, its predecessors and the Acquirer in determining a Continuing Employee’s vacation entitlement, including eligibility to participate, eligibility for the forms and levels of vacation and vacation accrual.

5.4.7 Workers’ Compensation. The Contributor shall retain all Liabilities for workers’ compensation claims with respect to any Continuing Employee or his or her beneficiary if the incident or alleged incident giving rise to the claim occurred prior to his or her Employment Date. The Acquirer shall be responsible for any workers’ compensation claims with respect to any Continuing Employee or his or her beneficiary if the incident or alleged incident giving rise to the claim occurred on or after his or her Employment Date. In the event of doubt as to the date of the occurrence of the incident or alleged incident, the Acquirer shall process the claim; provided, however, that the Acquirer shall inform the Contributor of the existence and nature of any such claim promptly; and provided further that failure to so notify the Contributor shall not affect any Liability of the Contributor hereunder. Unless the Acquirer is found to be liable for the incident in whole, the Contributor shall reimburse the Acquirer for the payment of the claim and reasonable expenses of processing such claim in direct proportion to the percentage of the Contributor’s Liability to the total amount of the Liability paid under the claim.

5.4.8 Employee Information. The Contributor agrees to furnish the Acquirer with such information concerning the Current Employees, and to take all such other action, as is necessary and appropriate to effect the transactions contemplated by this Section 5.4, subject to any applicable restrictions under the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996, as amended, and other federal and state privacy laws. As soon as practicable after the Effective Date, the Contributor or its Affiliate will transfer each Continuing Employee’s employment records to the Acquirer.

5.4.9 No Third Party Beneficiaries. Nothing herein express or implied shall confer upon any employee, Continuing Employee or any legal representative of the Contributor any rights or remedies, including any right to employment, or continued employment for any specified period, of any nature or kind whatsoever under or by reason of this Agreement.

Section 5.5 Environmental Matters.

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applicable Governmental Authorities, to the extent allowed by Law, to separate the Contributed Assets and the Leased Real Property from the coverage of the licenses, permits and consents identified on Schedule 5.5 (all of such licenses, permits and consents listed on such Schedule 5.5 being the “Refinery Site-Wide Licenses”) in order to provide for separate licenses to be held directly by the Acquirer with respect to the Contributed Assets and the Leased Real Property. To the extent that, at and after the Closing, the Contributed Assets or the Leased Real Property remain under any Refinery Site-Wide Licenses or other licenses held directly by the Contributor, the Acquirer will comply with the requirements of such licenses that are applicable to the Contributed Assets and the Leased Real Property, the Contributor will comply with the requirements of such licenses that are applicable to the Excluded Assets, and the Acquirer and the Contributor will cooperate to provide complete and accurate reports, correspondence and other communications with Governmental Authorities under such Licenses.

5.5.2 CAA Consent Decree.

5.5.2.1 Notice to the Acquirer. The Contributor has provided notice to the Acquirer that the Refinery Complex is subject to the CAA Consent Decree and has provided the Acquirer a copy of the CAA Consent Decree as required by Paragraph 6 thereof.

5.5.2.2 Notice to Governmental Authorities. The Contributor has notified the United States and the state of New Jersey of the purchase and sale of the Contributed Assets under this Agreement in accordance with Paragraphs 6 and 192 of the CAA Consent Decree.

5.5.2.3 Condition to Closing. This Agreement is conditioned upon the execution by the Acquirer of a modification of the CAA Consent Decree which makes the terms and conditions of the CAA Consent Decree, except for Section VIII (Environmentally Beneficial Projects) and Section X (Civil Penalty) applicable to the Acquirer.

5.5.2.4 Modification of CAA Consent Decree. The Contributor, with the assistance and cooperation of the Acquirer, will modify the CAA Consent Decree as required by Paragraph 7 thereof. Contributor will use its reasonable best efforts to modify the CAA Consent Decree such that, to the extent allowed by Law, only those terms and conditions applicable to the Contributed Assets become applicable to the Acquirer.

5.5.2.5 Termination of CAA Consent Decree. The Contributor, with the assistance and cooperation of the Acquirer, will use its reasonable best efforts to cause the applicable Governmental Authorities to terminate the CAA Consent Decree as early as practicable. Prior to Closing Contributor will submit a notice to terminate the CAA Consent Decree to facilitate the termination in accordance with Paragraphs 196-198 thereof and provide any additional documents or information that may be requested by the applicable Governmental Authorities after the Closing.

5.5.3 ISRA Compliance.

5.5.3.1 Prior to Closing. The Contributor shall, prior to the Closing, prepare and submit to the NJDEP, or cause a LSRP to prepare, certify and submit to the NJDEP, as the case may be, all ISRA Submissions and otherwise use commercially reasonable efforts to

 

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obtain an ISRA Approval. Acquirer shall cooperate with Contributor, as reasonably requested by Contributor, in order to obtain such ISRA Approval, including by executing any documents requested by Contributor. The foregoing notwithstanding, Contributor shall be relieved of any obligation pursuant to this Section 5.5.3.1 upon delivery to Acquirer of an opinion of Contributor’s counsel, in form and substance reasonably acceptable to Acquirer, that ISRA is not applicable to the transactions contemplated by this Agreement.

5.5.3.2 Following the Closing. Subject to Section 5.5.3.6 hereof, Contributor shall, following the Closing, comply with all requirements and bear all costs, expenses and fees in order to achieve Compliance with ISRA. Without limiting the generality of the foregoing, Contributor shall, to the extent required by ISRA: (i) retain a LSRP to oversee Contributor’s compliance with ISRA; (ii) take all action required by the NJDEP pursuant to ISRA to cause such LSRP to issue a Response Action Outcome, as defined and used in ISRA, N.J.S.A. 58:10C-2 and N.J.A.C. 7:26C-1.3, or the NJDEP to issue a No Further Action Letter and Covenant Not To Sue as defined and used in ISRA, N.J.S.A. 58:10B-1 and 13.1 and N.J.A.C. 7:26C-1.3; (iii) prepare, certify, and submit to the NJDEP, or cause such LSRP to prepare, certify, and submit to NJDEP, as the case may be, all ISRA Submissions; (iv) perform all Remedial Work required to achieve Compliance with ISRA and do so in a good and workmanlike manner, in accordance with all applicable laws and regulations, including Environmental Laws, and so as not to unreasonably interfere with the Acquirer’s use of the Contributed Assets or operations of the Acquirer on the Leased Real Property; and (v) establish and maintain a remediation funding source in the form and amount required by ISRA and N.J.A.C. 7:26C-5 and the LSRP until such time as Contributor is permitted under ISRA to release the same.

5.5.3.3 Remediation Standards, Site Access and Utilities. Notwithstanding anything in this Agreement to the contrary, the Contributor and its LSRP shall have the right to employ remedial standards for non-residential use and to select all remedial actions necessary to achieve Compliance with ISRA, including without limitation, Institutional and Engineering Controls, so long as such controls do not unreasonably interfere with the use of the Contributed Assets or the operation of the Leased Real Property by Acquirer. Upon reasonable advance notice as required by Acquirer, Acquirer shall afford Contributor, and its LSRP, personnel of the NJDEP, and all employees, agents, consultants and contractors of Contributor, with reasonable access to the Leased Real Property in order to perform all Remedial Work, including without limitation, reasonable space for the storage or staging of equipment, for temporary storage of excavated soils, extracted groundwater or other waste materials, for the installation, sampling and maintenance of groundwater monitoring wells, and for the installation, operation and maintenance of remedial equipment. Acquirer shall execute any additional agreement, instrument or other document reasonably requested by the Contributor, but subject to the terms and conditions of this Agreement and the Ancillary Agreements, to ensure access to the Leased Real Property to perform Remedial Work. Acquirer shall provide Contributor with sufficient power, water and other utilities to operate any remedial systems installed on the Refinery Complex, including the Leased Real Property, and with access to and use of the wastewater treatment plant on the Leased Real Property for the treatment of extracted groundwater or other wastewater generated by Contributor in the performance of Remedial Work so long as such use of the wastewater treatment plant is in accordance with Environmental Laws and applicable Environmental Permits governing such plant (as the same may be amended to

 

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authorize such use). Acquirer shall cooperate with Contributor as reasonably requested by Contributor in applying for and securing any amendment to any Environmental Permit relating to the wastewater treatment plant to enable Contributor to employ such plant in connection with treatment of extracted groundwater or other wastewater generated in the performance of Remedial Work. The Contributor shall reimburse Acquirer for the reasonable and incremental out-of-pocket cost of providing such utility services, including any use of the wastewater treatment plant as provided in the Site Services Agreement.

5.5.3.4 ISRA Submissions. Contributor shall provide Acquirer with a reasonable opportunity to comment on drafts of all ISRA Submissions prepared by Contributor or its LSRP and Acquirer shall have the right to submit comments as to the potential impact of contemplated Remedial Work on Acquirer’s use of the Contributed Assets or its operations on the Leased Real Property. In the event Acquirer does not submit comments within ten (10) business days of receipt of a draft ISRA Submission, Acquirer shall be deemed to have waived its right hereunder to comment on the same. Contributor shall promptly provide Acquirer with copies of all final ISRA Submissions and all material correspondence to and from the NJDEP relating to its efforts to achieve Compliance with ISRA and shall make the LSRP available to Acquirer on a semi-annual basis to review the status and progress of such efforts (or more frequently as Acquirer reasonably requests, but in such case at Acquirer’s expense).

5.5.3.5 Institutional and Engineering Controls. In the event Contributor employs any Institutional or Engineering Controls at any portion of the Leased Real Property in connection with any Remedial Work performed by Contributor to satisfy the requirements of ISRA and this Section 5.5.3, Acquirer shall cooperate, as reasonably requested by Contributor, with the recording of a Deed Notice to establish such controls and the securing of any remedial action permit required under Environmental Laws, including N.J.A.C. 7:26C-7.1, et seq. and shall at all times observe, comply with and not impair, alter or disturb such controls (except as permitted by Environmental Laws). Contributor (or any successors) shall be the lead permittee on such remedial action permit required to facilitate the ISRA requirements arising from Environmental Liabilities set forth in Section 2.5.3.1, to post and maintain any remediation funding source required by such permit, and to perform at its sole cost and expense all inspection, maintenance, recordkeeping, biennial certification or other requirements of ISRA or Environmental Laws, in each case in relation to such Institutional or Engineering Controls.

5.5.3.6 Releases After Closing. Anything in this Agreement to the contrary notwithstanding, in the event of a Release of Hazardous Substances on or at the Leased Real Property following the Closing, Acquirer shall perform at its sole cost and expense all actions required under Environmental Laws, including the performance of Remedial Work, to investigate and remediate the same. To the extent Contributor is required, in connection with satisfying its obligations under ISRA and this Agreement, to perform Remedial Work in relation to a Release of Hazardous Substances occurring after the Closing, Contributor shall give written notice of such circumstance to Acquirer and Acquirer shall bear the reasonable cost and expense of such Remedial Work and shall promptly reimburse Contributor for the same. In the event of a dispute between the Parties concerning the existence or extent of a Release of Hazardous Substances as to which Contributor asserts Acquirer bears responsibility pursuant to this subsection or concerning the nature or cost of Remedial Work performed by Contributor in

 

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relation to such Release or the Acquirer’s share of such cost, the Parties shall resolve such dispute as provided in Section 8.11.3.12 hereof.

5.5.3.7 Transfers After Closing. In the event of a “transfer of ownership” or “transferring [of] ownership or operations” initiated by Acquirer in relation to the Contributed Assets or the operations conducted by Acquirer on the Leased Real Property or “closing [of] operations” by Acquirer on the Leased Real Property, as such terms are defined at N.J.A.C. 7:26B-1.4, including the expiration or termination of the Ground Lease or the exercise by Acquirer of its option to purchase the Premises and Leased Real Property together with the completion of such conveyance, Acquirer shall, at its sole cost and expense, prepare, certify and submit to NJDEP, or cause a LSRP to prepare, certify and submit to NJDEP, as the case may be, all required ISRA Submissions and perform all actions, including Remedial Work, required to achieve compliance with ISRA in relation to such transaction or event.

5.5.4 Compliance With RCRA. The Contributor shall take all actions at its sole cost and expense, including the performance of all Remedial Work required by the NJDEP in order to comply with the requirements of the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act, 42 U.S.C. § 6901 and the NJPDES DSW/DGW Permit in relation to the closure and post-closure maintenance, soil monitoring and detection of groundwater monitoring of the hazardous waste land treatment unit present at the Refinery Complex, until such time as the NJDEP terminates such Permit or otherwise confirms in writing that the Contributor has satisfied its requirements or is no longer subject to the same. The Contributor shall perform such Remedial Work in accordance with Section 5.5.3.5 hereof and the Acquirer shall comply with its obligations under Section 5.5.3.5) of this Agreement in relation to such Remedial Work. Acquirer shall be obligated to bear the cost of any such Remedial Work resulting from Releases of Hazardous Substances occurring after the Closing as provided in Section 5.5.3.6 hereof.

Section 5.6 Foreign Trade Zone. The Refinery Complex is operating in the Foreign Trade Subzone 142C (the “Subzone”) under a valid grant of authority from the Foreign Trade Zones Board and has been activated with the U.S. Customs Service. From and after the Closing, the Contributor will take all actions necessary, with the cooperation of the Acquirer, to allow the Acquirer to own and operate the Contributed Assets and utilize the Subzone in the conduct of its business at the Refinery Complex, including, if necessary, notifying the Foreign Trade Zones Board and any other applicable Governmental Authorities of the transfer of the Contributed Assets from the Contributor to the Acquirer; provided, however, that the Contributor shall remain the operator of the Subzone from and after the Closing and shall provide FTZ-related services to the Acquirer pursuant to and in accordance with the Site Services Agreement.

Section 5.7 Termination of Other Agreements. Contributor and Acquirer agree that, on the Effective Date, the 2004 Site Services Agreement, the 2008 Dock and Throughput Agreement, the Eagle Point Dock Agreement and the Master Tank Lease and Operating Agreement shall terminate and be of no further force or effect.

Section 5.8 Contributed Meters. Within sixty (60) days after Closing, the Contributor shall, at its sole cost and expense, undertake a calibration or testing of the meters and instrumentation included as part of the Contributed Assets (each, a “Contributed Meter”). SPMT shall have the right to participate in any calibration or testing of a Contributed Meter. The

 

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Contributor shall give SPMT timely notice of the results of calibration or testing. If SPMT disputes the result of the calibration or testing with respect to any Contributed Meter, SPMT may have the calibration or testing undertaken by an independent qualified third party mutually acceptable to the Contributor and SPMT, and the costs of such independent calibration or testing shall be shared equally by the Contributor and SPMT. If any Contributed Meter is out of service or discovered to register inaccurately, the Contributor shall, at its sole cost and expense, repair, replace or re-calibrate such Contributed Meter.

ARTICLE 6

REMEDIES FOR BREACHES OF AGREEMENT

Section 6.1 Survival of Representations and Warranties. All of the representations and warranties of a Party contained in this Agreement or in any Schedule, Exhibit, certificate or other writing delivered pursuant hereto or in connection herewith are material, shall be deemed to have been relied upon by the other Parties and shall survive the Closing under this Agreement regardless of any investigations, and continue for a period of two (2) years after the Effective Date, except that the representations and warranties provided in Sections 3.1.1, 3.1.2 and 3.2.1, 3.2.2 shall survive indefinitely. Any claim asserted in writing prior to the expiration of the representation or warranty that is the basis for such claim shall survive until such claim is finally resolved and satisfied, irrespective of the period for the survival of such representation or warranty provided for herein.

Section 6.2 Indemnification Provisions for Benefit of the Acquirer.

6.2.1 The Contributor shall defend, indemnify and hold harmless the Acquirer and its Affiliates and their respective successors and each of the respective directors and officers (or Persons in any similar capacity if such Person is not a corporation), employees, consultants and agents of the Acquirer and its Affiliates and successors (each, a “Acquirer Indemnified Party”) against and agree to hold each Acquirer Indemnified Party harmless from any and all Adverse Consequences incurred or suffered by such Acquirer Indemnified Party to the extent resulting or arising from, or attributable to, any of the following matters:

6.2.1.1 any breach of any representation or warranty of the Contributor under this Agreement or in any certificate, Schedule or Exhibit delivered pursuant hereto;

6.2.1.2 any breach of any covenant of the Contributor under this Agreement or in any certificate, Schedule or Exhibit delivered pursuant hereto;

6.2.1.3 any of the Excluded Liabilities as set forth in this Agreement (other than Taxes, which are addressed in Section 7.5); and

6.2.1.4 all claims relative to any bulk sales or transfer Laws.

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Indemnified Parties pursuant to this Article 6 to the extent that the aggregate amount of all Adverse Consequences indemnified against under this Article 6 exceeds an amount equal to the Indemnity Cap; provided, however, that the foregoing limitation on the Contributor’s obligation to indemnify or liability shall not limit the Contributor’s liability to the Acquirer Indemnified Parties pursuant to this Article 6 for any Excluded Liability or for any breach of any covenant contained in Article 7.

6.2.3 Exclusive Remedy. The Acquirer acknowledges and agrees that the indemnification provisions in this Article 6 and the indemnification provisions in Articles 5 and 7 shall be the exclusive remedies of the Acquirer, the Acquirer Indemnified Parties and their respective Affiliates with respect to the transactions contemplated by this Agreement; provided, that the foregoing shall not be construed as limiting any right of indemnification or other remedy of the Acquirer under any Ancillary Agreement. Without limiting the prior sentence, the Acquirer hereby waives any claim or cause of action pursuant to common or statutory Law or otherwise against the Contributor and its Affiliates with respect to Adverse Consequences of any nature whatsoever that relate to this Agreement or are attributable to the Contributed Assets, whether arising before, on or after the Effective Date. Each Party agrees that the previous sentence shall not limit or otherwise affect any non-monetary right or remedy which any Acquirer Indemnified Party may have under this Agreement or an Ancillary Agreement or otherwise limit or affect any Acquirer Indemnified Party’s right to seek equitable relief, including the remedy of specific performance for non-monetary relief. Notwithstanding the limitations contemplated by Section 6.2.2 above, each Party acknowledges that nothing herein or in any Ancillary Agreement (or in any instrument or other writing delivered in connection herewith or therewith) shall be construed as an assumption by the Acquirer of, or otherwise requiring the Acquirer to assume, any Excluded Liability. Accordingly, in the event of any Third Party Claim relating to any Excluded Liability, nothing herein or in any Ancillary Agreement (or in any instrument or other writing delivered in connection herewith or therewith) shall be construed as restricting any Acquirer Indemnified Party from taking the position or otherwise asserting that (i) the Contributor (or its Affiliates) are responsible or liable for such Third Party Claim to the extent that such Third Party Claim constitutes an Excluded Liability, (ii) neither the Acquirer nor any of its Affiliates has ever assumed or agreed to be responsible for any Excluded Liability, and/or (iii) all Excluded Liabilities remain the sole responsibility of, and are to be discharged and performed as and when due by, the Contributor or its Affiliates.

In addition, nothing herein or in any other Ancillary Agreement (or in any instrument or other writing delivered in connection herewith or therewith) shall be construed as restricting any Acquirer Indemnified Party from asserting any claim in respect of any Excluded Liability, Assumed Liability or other matter against any Person (other than any Contributor or current Affiliate thereof), including any prior owner of the Contributed Assets (other than any Contributor or current Affiliate thereof); provided such Person does not have any right to indemnity or other right of recovery from the Contributor or the Contributor’s current Affiliates with respect thereto, except that the restriction in this proviso shall not apply to any Excluded Liability for which the Contributor is obligated to indemnify the Acquirer Indemnified Parties under this Article 6 or Article 7 and have failed for any reason to provide such indemnification.

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6.3.1 The Acquirer shall defend, indemnify and hold harmless the Contributor, its Affiliates, the Contributor’s and its Affiliate’s respective successors and each of the respective directors and officers (or Persons in any similar capacity if such Person is not a corporation), employees, consultants and agents of the Contributor, its Affiliates and their respective successors (each a “Contributor Indemnified Party”) against and agree to hold each Contributor Indemnified Party harmless from any and all Adverse Consequences incurred or suffered by such Contributor Indemnified Party to the extent resulting or arising from, or attributable to, any of the following matters:

6.3.1.1 any breach of any representation or warranty of the Acquirer under this Agreement or in any certificate, Schedule or Exhibit delivered pursuant hereto;

6.3.1.2 any breach of any covenant of the Acquirer under this Agreement or in any certificate, Schedule or Exhibit delivered pursuant hereto; or

6.3.1.3 any of the Assumed Liabilities as set forth in this Agreement.

6.3.2 Limitations of Liability. Notwithstanding anything herein provided to the contrary, Acquirer shall have no obligation to indemnify or liability to the Contributor Indemnified Parties pursuant to this Article 6 to the extent that the aggregate amount of all Adverse Consequences indemnified against under this Article 6 exceeds an amount equal to the Indemnity Cap; provided, however, that the foregoing limitation on the Acquirer’s and Sunoco Logistics’ obligations to indemnify or liability shall not limit the Acquirer’s liability to the Contributor Indemnified Parties pursuant to this Article 6 for any Assumed Liability.

6.3.3 Exclusive Remedy. The Contributor acknowledges and agrees that the indemnification provisions in this Article 6 and the indemnification provisions in Article 5 and Article 7 shall be the exclusive remedies of the Contributor, the Contributor Indemnified Parties and their Affiliates with respect to the transactions contemplated by this Agreement. Without limiting the prior sentence, the Contributor hereby waives any claim or cause of action pursuant to common or statutory Law or otherwise (except as provided in this Agreement) against the Acquirer and its Affiliates with respect to Adverse Consequences of any nature whatsoever that relate to this Agreement. Each Party agrees that the previous sentence shall not limit or otherwise affect any non-monetary right or remedy which any Contributor Indemnified Party may have under this Agreement or otherwise limit or affect any Contributor Indemnified Party’s right to seek equitable relief, including the remedy of specific performance for non-monetary relief. Without limiting the prior sentence, the Contributor hereby waives any claim or cause of action pursuant to common or statutory Law or otherwise against Acquirer and its Affiliates with respect to Adverse Consequences of any nature whatsoever that relate to this Agreement. Each Party agrees that the previous sentence shall not limit or otherwise affect any non-monetary right or remedy which any Contributor Indemnified Party may have under this Agreement or an Ancillary Agreement or otherwise limit or affect any Contributor Indemnified Party’s right to seek equitable relief, including the remedy of specific performance for non-monetary relief.

 

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Section 6.4 Matters Involving Third Parties.

6.4.1 If any Third Party shall notify any Party with respect to any action or claim by a Third Party (a “Third Party Claim”) that may give rise to a right to claim for indemnification against any other Party under Section 6.2 or Section 6.3, then the Indemnified Party shall promptly notify the Indemnifying Party thereof in writing; provided, however, that failure to give timely notice shall not affect the right to indemnification to the extent such failure to give timely notice is not prejudicial to the Indemnifying Party.

6.4.2 The Indemnifying Party, in accordance with the procedures set forth in Section 6.5, will have the right to assume and conduct the defense of the Third Party Claim with counsel of its choice reasonably satisfactory to the Indemnified Party; provided, however, that the Indemnifying Party will not consent to the entry of any judgment or enter into any settlement with respect to the Third Party Claim without the prior written consent of the Indemnified Party (not to be withheld unreasonably) unless the judgment or proposed settlement involves only the payment of money damages and does not impose an injunction or other equitable relief upon the Indemnified Party. As provided in Section 6.5, the Indemnifying Party may assume the defense of a Third Party Claim, at the Indemnifying Party’s cost and expense, without also accepting and agreeing to the claim for indemnification described in the related Claim Notice.

6.4.3 Unless and until the Indemnifying Party assumes the defense of the Third Party Claim as provided in Section 6.4.2, the Indemnified Party may defend against the Third Party Claim in any manner it reasonably may deem appropriate for the account of the Indemnifying Party.

6.4.4 In no event will the Indemnified Party consent to the entry of any judgment or enter into any settlement with respect to the Third Party Claim without the prior written consent of the Indemnifying Party which consent shall not be withheld unreasonably.

6.4.5 If requested by the Indemnifying Party, the Indemnified Party agrees, at the sole cost and expense of the Indemnifying Party, to cooperate with the Indemnifying Party and its counsel in contesting the Third Party Claim which the Indemnifying Party elects to contest, including the making of any related counterclaim or cross-complaint against any Person (other than a Acquirer Indemnified Party, if the Indemnified Party is a Acquirer Indemnified Party, or a Contributor Indemnified Party, if the Indemnified Party is a Contributor Indemnified Party).

6.4.6 The Party who is conducting the defense against the Third Party Claim shall provide each other Party such information possessed by the Party who is conducting such defense as such other Party shall reasonably request with respect to the Third Party Claim and the defense thereof.

Section 6.5 Procedures. The Party seeking indemnification under this Agreement (the “Indemnified Party”) may make claims for indemnification hereunder by giving written notice (a “Claim Notice”) to the Party required to provide indemnification hereunder (the “Indemnifying Party”). Such notice shall briefly explain the nature of the claim and the parties known to be involved, and shall specify the amount thereof to the extent known by the

 

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Indemnified Party. Each Indemnifying Party to which a Claim Notice is given shall respond to any Indemnified Party that has given a Claim Notice (a “Claim Response”) within twenty (20) days (the “Response Period”) after the date that the Claim Notice is given. Any Claim Notice or Claim Response shall be given in accordance with the notice requirements hereunder, and any Claim Response shall specify whether or not the Indemnifying Party giving the Claim Response disputes the claim for indemnification described in the Claim Notice and whether it will defend any Third Party Claim specified in such Claim Notice at its own cost and expense. If any Indemnifying Party fails to give a Claim Response within the Response Period, such Indemnifying Party shall be deemed to have disputed the claim for indemnification described in the related Claim Notice and to have elected not to defend any Third Party Claim specified in such Claim Notice. The aforesaid election or deemed election by the Indemnifying Party not to assume the defense of the Indemnified Party with respect to any Third Party Claim specified in such Claim Notice, however, shall, except as contemplated by the following proviso, be subject to the right of the Indemnifying Party to subsequently assume the defense of the Indemnified Party with respect to any such Third Party Claim at any time prior to settlement or final determination thereof, provided that the Indemnifying Party shall not have the right to so assume the defense of the Indemnified Party with respect to any Third Party Claim which the Indemnifying Party has (or is deemed to have) previously elected not to defend to the extent that the Indemnified Party would be prejudiced as a result of such assumption. If an Indemnifying Party then or thereafter elects pursuant to the foregoing to assume the defense of an Indemnified Party with respect to a Third Party Claim specified in such Claim Notice, then, without limiting any action the Indemnifying Party may have on account of actual fraud, the Indemnifying Party shall not be entitled to recover from the Indemnified Party the costs and expenses incurred by the Indemnifying Party in providing such defense, whether or not the Indemnifying Party disputes or is deemed to have disputed the claim for indemnification described in the related Claim Notice. If any Indemnifying Party gives a Claim Response with respect to a Claim Notice and fails to dispute (or reserve the right to dispute) any claim for indemnification described in such Claim Notice, then the Indemnifying Party shall be deemed to have accepted and agreed to each such claim for indemnification as to which it fails to dispute or reserve the right to dispute in its Claim Response.

ARTICLE 7

TAX MATTERS

Section 7.1 Tax Preparation. The following provisions shall govern the allocation of responsibility as between the Acquirer and the Contributor for certain Tax matters following the Effective Date:

7.1.1 Tax Periods Ending on or Before the Effective Date. The Contributor shall prepare or cause to be prepared and file or cause to be filed all Tax Returns with respect to the Contributed Assets and the business conducted in connection with such assets for all periods ending on or prior to the Effective Date regardless of when they are to be filed. Except for various intercompany reimbursements, contractual obligations related to taxes, offsets and/or any other miscellaneous items, the Contributor shall pay or cause to be paid the Taxes attributable to the Contributed Assets with respect to such periods.

 

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7.1.2 Tax Periods Beginning Before and Ending After the Effective Date. The Acquirer shall prepare or cause to be prepared and file or cause to be filed any Tax Returns with respect to the Contributed Assets for Tax periods which begin before the Effective Date and end after the Effective Date. Subject to Article VI of the Ground Lease, the Acquirer shall pay or cause to be paid the Taxes attributable to the Contributed Assets with respect to such periods. The Contributor shall pay to the Acquirer within fifteen (15) days after the date on which Taxes are paid with respect to such periods an amount equal to the portion of such Taxes that relates to the portion of such Tax period ending on the Effective Date. In the case of Taxes that are payable with respect to a taxable period that begins before the Effective Date and ends after the Effective Date, the portion of any such Tax that is allocable to the portion of the period ending on the Effective Date shall be (a) in the case of Taxes that are based upon or related to income or gross receipts or sales or use Tax, deemed equal to the amount that would be payable if the taxable year ended with the Effective Date; and (b) in the case of any Taxes other than gross receipts, sales or use Tax and Taxes based upon or related to income, deemed to be the amount of such Taxes for the entire period, multiplied by a fraction the numerator of which is the number of calendar days in the period ending on the Effective Date and the denominator of which is the number of calendar days in the entire period.

Section 7.2 Access to Information. After the Closing, the Contributor shall continue to allow the Acquirer (or their designees) access at all reasonable times to all of the information, books, and records relating to the Contributed Assets within the possession of the Contributor, and shall afford the Acquirer (or its designees) the right (at the Acquirer’s expense) to take extracts therefrom and to make copies thereof, to the extent reasonably necessary to permit the Acquirer (or its designees) to prepare Tax Returns and to conduct negotiations with Taxing Authorities. After the Closing, the Acquirer shall grant to the Contributor (or its designees) access at all reasonable times to all of the information, books and records relating to the Contributed Assets within the possession of the Acquirer (including Tax work papers and correspondence with Taxing Authorities), and shall afford the Contributor (or its designees) the right (at the Contributor’s expense) to take extracts therefrom and to make copies thereof, to the extent reasonably necessary to permit the Contributor (or its designees) to prepare Tax Returns and to conduct negotiations with Taxing Authorities.

Section 7.3 Transfer Taxes. The Acquirer and the Contributor shall each pay one-half of all Transfer Taxes resulting from the assignment of the Contributed Assets. The Acquirer shall prepare and timely file all Tax Returns or other documentation relating to such Transfer Taxes; provided, however, that to the extent required by applicable Laws, the Contributor will join in the execution of any such Tax Returns or other documents relating to such Taxes. The Acquirer shall provide the Contributor with copies of each such Tax Return or other document at least fifteen (15) days prior to the date on which such Tax Return or other document is required to be filed for review and approval by the Contributor, such approval not to be unreasonably withheld. The Acquirer and the Contributor believe that the transfer of the Contributed Assets will be exempt from New Jersey sales and use tax as a casual or occasional sale.

Section 7.4 Assistance and Cooperation. After the Effective Date, in the case of any audit, examination, or other proceeding with respect to Taxes (“Tax Proceeding”) for which the Contributor is or may be liable pursuant to this Agreement, the Acquirer shall inform the Contributor within ten (10) days of the receipt of any notice of such Tax Proceeding, and shall

 

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afford the Contributor, at the Contributor’s expense, the opportunity to control the conduct of such Tax Proceeding. The Acquirer shall execute or cause to be executed powers of attorney or other documents necessary to enable the Contributor to take all actions desired by the Contributor with respect to such Tax Proceeding to the extent such Tax Proceeding may affect the amount of Taxes for which the Contributor is liable pursuant to this Agreement. The Contributor shall have the right to control any such Tax Proceedings and to initiate any claim for refund, file any amended return, or take any other action that it deems appropriate with respect to such Taxes.

Section 7.5 Tax Indemnity. Notwithstanding any other provisions of this Agreement, Sections 7.5, 7.6 and 6.2 shall apply to indemnification by the Contributor to the Acquirer for, and shall be the sole remedy of the Acquirer in respect of, the Adverse Consequences described in the following sentence. The Contributor agrees to indemnify and hold harmless the Acquirer from and against the entirety of any and all Adverse Consequences that the Acquirer may suffer for any Taxes attributable to the Contributed Assets with respect to any Tax year ending on or before the Effective Date or for any Tax year beginning before and ending after the Effective Date to the extent allocable (determined in a manner consistent with Section 7.1) to the portion of such period beginning before and ending on the Effective Date. In no event shall the Contributor’s obligation to indemnify the Acquirer for any Adverse Consequences under this Section 7.5 exceed the Indemnity Cap. No right to indemnity shall exist if the Adverse Consequence is the result of actions of the Acquirer or its Affiliates.

Section 7.6 Tax Indemnity Claims. The provisions of this Section 7.6 shall apply only to the indemnification provided for under Section 7.5. If a claim for Taxes is made against the Acquirer and if the Acquirer intends to seek indemnity with respect thereto under Section 7.5, the Acquirer shall promptly furnish written notice to the Contributor of such claim. Failure of the Acquirer to so notify the Contributor within sixty (60) days of the claim being made against the Acquirer shall terminate all rights of the Acquirer to indemnity by the Contributor as to such claim to the extent the Contributor’s position is prejudiced as a result thereof (whether due to an adverse affect on their ability to contest such claim or otherwise). The Contributor shall have thirty (30) days after receipt of such notice to undertake, conduct, and control (through counsel of its own choosing and at its own expense) the settlement or defense thereof, and the Acquirer shall cooperate with them in connection therewith. The Contributor shall permit the Acquirer to participate in such settlement or defense through counsel chosen by the Acquirer (but the fees and expenses of such counsel shall be paid by the Acquirer). So long as the Contributor, at the Contributor’s cost and expense, (i) have undertaken the defense of, and assumed full responsibility for all indemnified Adverse Consequences with respect to, such claim, (ii) are reasonably contesting such claim in good faith, by appropriate proceedings, and (iii) have taken such action (including the posting of a bond, deposit, or other security) as may be necessary to prevent any action to foreclose a lien against or attachment of the property of the Acquirer for payment of such claim, the Acquirer shall not pay or settle any such claim. Notwithstanding compliance by the Contributor with the preceding sentence, the Acquirer shall have the right to pay or settle any such claim, but in such event they shall waive any right to indemnity by the Contributor for such claim. If within thirty (30) days after the receipt of the Acquirer’s notice of a claim of indemnity hereunder, the Contributor does not notify the Acquirer that they elect (at the Contributor’s cost and expense) to undertake the defense thereof and assume full responsibility for all indemnified Adverse Consequences with respect thereto, or give such notice

 

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and thereafter fail to contest such claim in good faith or to prevent action to foreclose a lien against or attachment of the Acquirer’s property as contemplated above, the Acquirer shall have the right to contest, settle, or compromise such claim and the Acquirer shall not thereby waive any right to indemnity for such claim under this Agreement.

Section 7.7 Tax Refunds. Refunds of Taxes paid or payable with respect to Taxes attributable to the Contributed Assets shall be promptly paid as follows (or to the extent payable but not paid due to offset against other Taxes shall be promptly paid by the Party receiving the benefit of the offset as follows): (i) to the Contributor if attributable to Taxes with respect to any Tax year ending on or before the Effective Date or for any Tax year beginning before and ending after the Effective Date to the extent allocable (determined in a manner consistent with Section 7.1) to the portion of such period beginning before and ending on the Effective Date; and (ii) to the Acquirers if attributable to Taxes with respect to any Tax year beginning after the Effective Date or for any Tax year beginning before and ending after the Effective Date to the extent allocable (determined in a manner consistent with Section 7.1) to the portion of such period ending after the Effective Date.

Section 7.8 Certification of Non-Foreign Status. On the Effective Date, the Contributor shall deliver to the Acquirer a certificate signed under penalties of perjury (i) stating that it is not a foreign corporation, foreign partnership, foreign trust or foreign estate, (ii) providing its U.S. Employer Identification Number, and (iii) providing its address, all pursuant to Section 1445 of the Code.

 

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ARTICLE 8

MISCELLANEOUS

Section 8.1 Press Releases and Confidentiality. No Party shall issue any press release or make any public announcement relating to the subject matter of this Agreement without the prior written approval of the other Party, which approval shall not be unreasonably withheld; provided that any Party may make any public disclosure it believes in good faith is required by applicable Law or any listing or trading agreement concerning its publicly traded securities (in which case the disclosing Party will advise the other Party before making the disclosure). Each Party shall keep all information obtained from the other either before or after the date of this Agreement, or related to each Contribution described in Section 2.1, the contents of this Agreement or the negotiation of this Agreement confidential, and no Party shall reveal such information to, nor produce copies of any written information for, any Person outside its management group or its professional advisors (including lenders and prospective financing sources) without the prior written consent of the other Parties, unless such Party is compelled to disclose such information by judicial or administrative process or by any other requirements of Law or disclosure is reasonably necessary to obtain a license or a consent. Notwithstanding the foregoing, each Party’s obligations under this Section shall not apply to any information or document which (i) is or becomes the subject of a subpoena or other legal process, (ii) is or becomes available to the public other than as a result of a disclosure by such Party or its Affiliates in violation of this Agreement or other obligation of confidentiality under which such information may be held, or (iii) was obtained or is or becomes available to such Party on a non-confidential basis from a source other than the other Party or its Representatives. Except as may be required by Law, the Parties shall seek appropriate protective orders or confidential treatment for the Schedules to this Agreement in connection with any filing with or disclosure to any Governmental Authority. The Parties’ obligations under this Section shall survive the Closing for a period of three (3) years.

Section 8.2 No Third Party Beneficiaries. This Agreement shall not confer any rights or remedies upon any Person other than the Parties and their respective successors and permitted assigns. Any Indemnified Party (other than the Parties and their respective successors and permitted assigns) shall not be a third party beneficiary of this Agreement and shall be defended, indemnified and held harmless under the terms of this Agreement only to the extent that a Party expressly elects to exercise such rights of defense, indemnity and hold harmless on behalf of such Indemnified Party pursuant to Article 6. Any claim for defense, indemnity or to be held harmless hereunder on behalf of an Indemnified Party (other than the Parties and their respective successors and permitted assigns) must be made and administered by a Party.

Section 8.3 Succession and Assignment. This Agreement shall be binding upon and inure to the benefit of the Parties named herein and their respective successors and permitted assigns. Neither the Contributor nor the Acquirer may assign either this Agreement or any of its rights, interests or obligations hereunder.

Section 8.4 Counterparts. This Agreement may be executed in counterparts, each of which shall be deemed an original but which together will constitute one and the same instrument.

 

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Section 8.5 Notices. All notices, requests, demands, claims, and other communications hereunder will be in writing. Any notice, request, demand, claim, or other communication hereunder shall be deemed duly given two (2) Business Days after it is sent by registered or certified mail, return receipt requested, postage prepaid, and addressed to the intended recipient as set forth below:

 

If to the Contributor:

   Sunoco, Inc. (R&M)
   1818 Market Street, 15th Floor
   Philadelphia, PA 19103
   Attention: Brian P. MacDonald, Senior Vice President and CFO

With a copy to:

   Sunoco, Inc. (R&M)
   1818 Market Street, 15th Floor
   Philadelphia, PA 19103
   Attention: Stacy L. Fox, Senior Vice President and General
   Counsel
If to the Acquirer:    Sunoco Logistics Partners L.P.
   c/o Sunoco Partners LLC
   1818 Market Street, 15th Floor
   Philadelphia, PA 19103
   Attention: Michael J. Hennigan, President & COO

With a copy to:

   Sunoco Logistics Partners L.P.
   1818 Market Street, 15th Floor
   Philadelphia, PA 19103
   Attention: Kathleen Shea-Ballay, Vice President and General
   Counsel

Any Party may send any notice, request, demand, claim, or other communication hereunder to the intended recipient at the addresses set forth above using any other means (including personal delivery, expedited courier, messenger service, telecopy, ordinary mail, or electronic mail), but no such notice, request, demand, claim, or other communication shall be deemed to have been duly given unless and until it actually is received by the intended recipient. Any Party may change the address to which notices, requests, demands, claims, and other communications hereunder are to be delivered by giving notice in the manner herein set forth.

Section 8.6 Governing Law. This Agreement shall be governed by and construed in accordance with the domestic Laws of the state of New York without giving effect to any choice or conflict of law provision or rule (whether of the state of New York or any other jurisdiction) that would cause the application of the Laws of any jurisdiction other than the state of New York. The Parties hereby consent to the jurisdiction of any state or federal court located within New York County and irrevocably agree that all actions or proceedings related to this Agreement shall be litigated in such courts and each Party waives any defense of forum non conveniens and agrees to be bound by any judgment rendered thereby in connection with this Agreement. Each

 

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Party agrees that service upon it by registered mail shall constitute sufficient notice; provided that nothing herein shall affect the right to serve process in any other manner permitted by law.

Section 8.7 Entire Agreement and Amendments. This Agreement constitutes the entire agreement among the Parties with respect to the subject matter of this Agreement and supersedes any prior understandings, agreements, or representations by or among the Parties, written or oral, to the extent they have related in any way to the subject matter of this Agreement. No amendment of any provision of this Agreement shall be valid unless the same shall be in writing and signed by the Parties hereto.

Section 8.8 Severability. Any term or provision of this Agreement that is invalid or unenforceable in any situation in any jurisdiction shall not affect the validity or enforceability of the remaining terms and provisions hereof or the validity or enforceability of the offending term or provision in any other situation or in any other jurisdiction.

Section 8.9 Transaction Expenses. The Parties will each bear their own costs and expenses (including legal fees and expenses) incurred in connection with this Agreement and the transactions contemplated hereby except as expressly provided otherwise herein. Except as this Agreement otherwise provides (including Section 5.5 hereof), the Contributor on the one hand and the Acquirer on the other shall each be responsible for 50% of the payment of the aggregate costs associated with obtaining the consents, approvals or authorizations necessary to effect the transfer of the Contributed Assets to the Acquirer as contemplated herein.

Section 8.10 Waiver of Bulk Sales Law Compliance. The Acquirer and Sunoco Logistics hereby waives compliance or its equivalent by the Contributor with the requirements, if any, of Article 6 of the Uniform Commercial Code as in force in any state in which Contributed Assets are located and all other similar laws applicable to bulk sales and transfers; provided, however, that, notwithstanding anything to the contrary in Article 6, the Contributor shall indemnify and hold the Acquirer and Sunoco Logistics harmless from any Adverse Consequences as a result of such waiver.

Section 8.11 Arbitration.

8.11.1 It is agreed by the Parties, as a severable and independent arbitration agreement separately enforceable from the remainder of this Agreement, that if the Parties hereto or the respective successors, assigns, heirs or legal representatives of any of the foregoing are unable to amicably resolve any dispute or difference arising under or out of, in relation to or in any way connected with this Agreement (whether contractual, tortious, equitable, statutory or otherwise), such matter shall be finally and exclusively referred to and settled by arbitration under the Commercial Arbitration Rules of the American Arbitration Association (the “AAA”); provided that, the foregoing shall not prevent any Party from seeking any court order in aid of arbitration. In the event of any conflict between the Commercial Arbitration Rules of the AAA and the provisions of this Section 8.11.1, the provisions of this Section 8.11.1 shall govern and control.

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notice of arbitration. Such appointed arbitrators shall in turn appoint a presiding arbitrator of the tribunal within fifteen (15) days following their appointment. If such appointed arbitrators cannot reach agreement on a presiding arbitrator of the tribunal and/or one Party fails or refuses to appoint its appointed arbitrator within the prescribed period, the appointing authority for the presiding arbitrator and/or such Party-appointed arbitrator shall be the AAA, who, in each case, shall appoint an independent arbitrator who does not have any financial interest in the dispute, controversy or claim or bear any relationship to either Party. If an arbitrator should die, withdraw or otherwise become incapable of serving, or refuse to serve, a successor arbitrator shall be selected and appointed in the same manner as the original arbitrator.

8.11.3 Unless otherwise expressly agreed in writing by the parties to the arbitration proceedings:

8.11.3.1 The arbitration proceedings shall be held in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania;

8.11.3.2 The arbitrators shall be and remain at all times wholly independent and impartial;

8.11.3.3 The arbitration proceedings shall be conducted under the Commercial Arbitration Rules of the AAA, as amended from time to time;

8.11.3.4 Any procedural issues not determined under the arbitration rules selected pursuant to Section 8.11.3.3 shall be determined by the arbitration act and any other Laws of the State of New York, other than those laws which would refer the matter to another jurisdiction;

8.11.3.5 All decisions and awards by the arbitration tribunal shall be made by majority vote;

8.11.3.6 The decision of a majority of the arbitrators shall be reduced to writing; shall be final and binding without the right of appeal; and shall be the sole and exclusive remedy regarding any claims, counterclaims, issues or accountings presented to the arbitrators; any damage awards by the arbitrators shall be promptly paid free of any deduction or offset; and any costs or fees incident to enforcing the award shall to the maximum extent permitted by law be charged against the party resisting such enforcement;

8.11.3.7 Consequential, indirect, special, exemplary, punitive or other similar damages shall not be allowed except those payable to Third Parties for which Liability is allocated among the parties by the arbitration award;

8.11.3.8 Any award of damages shall include interest from the date of any breach or violation of this Agreement, as determined by the arbitration award, and from the date of the award until paid in full, at the Prime Rate;

8.11.3.9 The costs of the arbitration proceedings (including reasonable attorneys’ fees and costs) shall be borne in the manner determined by the arbitrator(s);

 

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8.11.3.10 Judgment upon the award may be entered in any court having jurisdiction over the person or the assets of the party owing the judgment, or application may be made to such court for a judicial acceptance of the award and an order of enforcement, as the case may be; and

8.11.3.11 The arbitration shall proceed in the absence of a party who, after due notice, fails to answer or appear; an award shall not be made solely on the default of a party, but the arbitrator(s) shall require the party who is present to submit such evidence as the arbitrator(s) may determine is reasonably required to make an award.

8.11.3.12 Notwithstanding the foregoing provisions of this Section 8.11.3 of this Agreement, in the event of any dispute between the Parties with respect to their rights and obligations pursuant to Section 5.5.3.6 of this Agreement, the Parties shall resolve the dispute as follows: the Party seeking to initiate dispute resolution shall give written notice of the dispute to the other Party, which notice shall provide reasonable detail concerning the nature of the dispute. Such Party shall also propose an independent LSRP, which LSRP shall have at least ten (10) years of experience advising private clients with respect to site remediation matters and shall not have performed services, including services as a LSRP, for either Party, to participate in the resolution of the dispute. The responding Party shall, within ten (10) days of receipt of such notice, propose an independent LSRP with the qualifications specified in the preceding sentence. The two proposed LSRPs shall agree upon a third LSRP having the qualifications required hereunder and such LSRPs shall resolve the dispute by a majority vote (the three such LSRPs are hereinafter referred to as the “Designated LSRPs”). The Designated LSRPs shall have the right to require the Parties to submit such information as deemed necessary to resolve the dispute and the Parties shall promptly respond to any such request. The Designated LSRPs shall resolve the dispute in writing within sixty (60) days of retention by the Parties. The Parties agree to be bound by the decision of such Designated LSRPs and such decision shall be enforceable in a court of competent jurisdiction, which court shall have jurisdiction and authority to review the decision of the Designated LSRP in the event of any claim by a Party of legal error (including error or the interpretation or application of the terms of this Agreement) or manifest factual error. The substantially prevailing Party shall bear the cost of any dispute resolution undertaken pursuant to this Section.

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IN WITNESS WHEREOF, the Parties hereto have executed this Contribution Agreement as of the date first above written.

 

Contributor:

SUNOCO, INC. (R&M),

a Pennsylvania corporation

By:  

/s/ DAVID SEXTON

Name:   David Sexton
Title:   Vice President, Strategy & Portfolio
Acquirer:
SUNOCO PARTNERS LLC, a
Pennsylvania limited liability company
By:  

/s/ MICHAEL J. HENNIGAN

Name:   Michael J. Hennigan
Title:   President & Chief Operating Officer
SUNOCO LOGISTICS PARTNERS L.P.,
a Delaware limited partnership
By: SUNOCO PARTNERS LLC,
its general partner
By:  

/s/ MICHAEL J. HENNIGAN

Name:   Michael J. Hennigan
Title:   President & Chief Operating Officer
SUNOCO LOGISTICS PARTNERS GP LLC,
a Delaware limited liability company
By:  

/s/ MICHAEL J. HENNIGAN

Name:   Michael J. Hennigan
Title:   President & Chief Operating Officer

 

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Signature Page for Contribution Agreement Continued

 

SUNOCO LOGISTICS PARTNERS

OPERATIONS L.P.,

a Delaware limited partnership
By: SUNOCO LOGISTICS PARTNERS GP LLC, its general partner
By:  

/s/ MICHAEL J. HENNIGAN

Name:   Michael J. Hennigan
Title:   President
SUNOCO LOGISTICS PARTNERS
OPERATIONS GP LLC, a Delaware limited
liability company
By:  

/s/ MICHAEL J. HENNIGAN

Name:   Michael J. Hennigan
Title:   President
SUNOCO PARTNERS MARKETING &
TERMINALS L.P., a Texas limited partnership
By:   SUNOCO LOGISTICS PARTNERS
  OPERATIONS GP LLC, its general partner
By:  

/s/ MICHAEL J. HENNIGAN

Name:   Michael J. Hennigan
Title:   President

 

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SCHEDULE 1.1

Definitions and Interpretations

Section 1.1 Definitions. Unless otherwise provided to the contrary in this Agreement, capitalized terms in this Agreement shall have the following meanings:

“2004 Lease and Access Agreement” means the Lease and Access Agreement between the Contributor and SPMT (as successor by merger to Eagle Point Terminals LLC) made and entered into as of March 30, 2004.

“2004 Site Services Agreement” means the Site Services Agreement by and between the Contributor and SPMT (as successor by merger to Eagle Point Terminals LLC) entered into as of March 30, 2004.

“2008 Dock and Throughput Agreement” means the Amended and Restated Dock and Terminal Throughput Agreement (Eagle Point) between the Contributor and the Acquirer dated as of January 24, 2008 and effective January 1, 2008.

“AAA” has the meaning set forth in Section 8.11.1.

“Access Agreements” has the meaning set forth in the recitals hereto.

“Adverse Consequences” means all actions, suits, proceedings, hearings, investigations, charges, complaints, claims, demands, injunctions, judgments, orders, decrees, rulings, actual damages, dues, penalties, fines, costs, amounts paid in settlement, Liabilities, liens, actual losses, expenses, and fees, including court costs and reasonable attorneys’ fees and expenses, but excluding lost profits, diminution in value, punitive, exemplary, special, indirect or consequential damages, except those payable to Third Parties.

“Affiliate” means, as to the Person specified, any Person controlling, controlled by or under common control with such specified Person; provided, however, that (i) with respect to the Contributor, the term “Affiliate” shall exclude SPLLC, Sunoco Logistics, SLPOLP, SLPOGP and SPMT and each subsidiary thereof and (ii) with respect to the Acquirer, the term “Affiliate” shall exclude the Contributor, Sunoco, Inc. and each subsidiary of Sunoco, Inc. other than SPLLC, Sunoco Logistics, SLPOLP, SLPOGP and SPMT and each subsidiary thereof. The concept of control, controlling or controlled, as used in the aforesaid context, means the possession, directly or indirectly, of the power to direct or cause the direction of the management and policies of another, whether through the ownership of voting securities, by contract or otherwise. No Person shall be deemed an Affiliate of any Person solely by reason of the exercise or existence of rights, interests, or remedies under this Agreement.

“Agreement” has the meaning set forth in the preface.

“Ancillary Agreements” means the Tank Farm Agreement, the Ground Lease, the Access Agreements, the Utility Services Agreement, the Site Services Agreement, the Temporary Support Agreement and the Tenant-in-Common Agreement.

“Assigned Contracts” has the meaning set forth in Section 2.2.7.


“Assumed Liabilities” has the meaning set forth in Section 2.4.

“Books and Records” has the meaning set forth in Section 2.2.3.

“Business Day” means any day other than a Saturday, Sunday or other day on which commercial banks in New York, New York are authorized by law to close.

“Acquirer Indemnified Parties” has the meaning set forth in Section 6.2.1.

“Acquirer” has the meaning set forth in the preface.

“CAA Consent Decree” means the Consent Decree issued in the matter of United States of America & the State of New Jersey v. Eagle Point Oil Company, Civil Act. No. 03-4625 U.S. Dist. Ct. N.J. (2003).

“Claim Notice” has the meaning set forth in Section 6.5.

“Claim Response” has the meaning set forth in Section 6.5.

“Closing” has the meaning set forth in Section 2.7.

“Effective Date” has the meaning set forth in Section 2.7.

“Code” means the Internal Revenue Code of 1986, as amended, or any successor Law.

“Cogeneration Plant” means the natural gas cogeneration facility owned by Sunoco Power Generation, LLC, a wholly owned subsidiary of the Contributor, that currently operates as a merchant power producing facility and is located within the grounds of the Refinery Complex.

“Compliance with ISRA” means the receipt by Contributor of written evidence that Contributor has satisfied the requirements of ISRA in relation to the Refinery Complex in connection with the Existing ISRA Proceedings and any proceeding required to be initiated pursuant to ISRA in connection with the transactions contemplated by this Agreement, including without limitation, a site-wide Response Action Outcome, as defined and used in ISRA, N.J.S.A. 58:10C-1 et seq. and N.J.A.C. 7-26C-1.3, issued by a LSRP or a site-wide No Further Action Letter and Covenant Not To Sue, as defined and used in ISRA, N.J.S.A. 58:10B-1 and 13.1 and N.J.A.C. 7:26C-1.3, issued by the NJDEP, in each case applicable to the Existing ISRA Proceedings and any ISRA proceeding initiated in connection with the transactions contemplated by this Agreement.

“Continuing Employees” has the meaning set forth in Section 5.4.2.

“Contract” means any written, oral, implied or other promise, agreement, contract, understanding, arrangement, instrument, note guaranty, indemnity, representation, warranty, assignment, power of attorney, certificate, purchase order, work order, commitment, covenant, assurance or undertaking of any nature, excluding (i) deeds and (ii) Licenses.

“Contributed Assets” has the meaning set forth in Section 2.1.


“Contributor” has the meaning set forth in the preface.

“Contributor Benefit Plans” has the meaning set forth in Section 5.4.5.

“Contributor Indemnified Parties” has the meaning set forth in Section 6.3.1.

“Costs of Compliance” means all costs (including costs of Remedial Work), capital expenditures, fees and expenditures of any kind associated with attaining or maintaining compliance with any Environmental Law and all costs, fees and expenditures of any kind required to obtain, amend, renew or otherwise maintain any Environmental Permits.

“Current Employees” has the meaning set forth in Section 5.4.1.

“Deferred Distribution Units shall mean the Class A units units having such relative rights, interests and entitlements as set forth in the Third Amended and Restated Agreement of Limited Partnership for Sunoco Logistics, as amended.

“Default” means (a) a breach, default or violation, (b) the occurrence of an event that with or without the passage of time or the giving of notice, or both, would constitute a breach, default or violation or cause an Encumbrance to arise or (c) with respect to any Contract, the occurrence of an event that with or without the passage of time or the giving of notice, or both, would give rise to a right of termination, cancellation, amendment, renegotiation or acceleration or a right to receive damages or a payment of penalties.

“Docks” mean the Acquirer’s or its Affiliates ship and barge docks and associated piping, manifolds, pumps, vapor combustion unit and other appurtenances located in, on or under the Refinery Complex.

“Eagle Point Dock Agreement” means the Eagle Point Dock Agreement between the Contributor and SPMT dated May 18, 2010.

“Employment Date” has the meaning set forth in Section 5.4.2.

“Encumbrance” means any mortgage, pledge, lien, encumbrance, encroachment, charge, other security interest or defect in title, other than those for (a) Taxes, the payment of which is not yet delinquent or which are being contested in good faith, (b) materialmen’s, warehousemen’s, mechanics’ or other liens arising by operation of Law in the ordinary course of business for sums not due and which do not materially detract from the value of the Contributed Assets, (c) statutory liens incurred in the ordinary course of business in connection with worker’s compensation, unemployment insurance, or other forms of Governmental insurance or benefits, and (d) liens or other encumbrances arising in connection with Contributor’s idling of the Refinery Complex.

“Environmental Law” or “Environmental Laws” means all Laws relating to the protection of natural resources, wildlife, or the environment or employee or public health or safety, including the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980, as amended, 42 U.S.C. Section 9601, et seq., the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act of 1976, as amended, 42 U.S.C. Section 6901, et seq., New Jersey Industrial Site Recovery Act,


N.J.S.A. 13:1K-6, et seq. and the regulations promulgated thereunder, N.J.A.C. 7:26B-1.1, et seq. (“ISRA”), the Site Remediation Reform Act, N.J.S.A. 58:10C-1, et seq. (“SRRA”), the Clean Air Act, as amended, 42 U.S.C. Section 7401, et seq., the Federal Water Pollution Control Act, as amended, 33 U.S.C. Section 1251, et seq., the Oil Pollution Act of 1990, as amended, 33 U.S.C. Section 2701, et seq. the Toxic Substances Control Act, as amended, 15 U.S.C. Section 2601, et. seq., the Safe Drinking Water Act, as amended, 42 U.S.C. Section 300f, et. seq., the Federal Hazardous Materials Transportation Law, as amended, 49 U.S.C. Section 5101, et. seq. and the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, as amended, 29 U.S.C. Section 651, et. seq. and the regulations and Environmental Permits promulgated pursuant thereto, and any foreign, state or local counterparts.

“Environmental Liabilities” means any and all Liabilities, including costs of Remedial Work, assessments, liens, penalties, fines, prejudgment and post-judgment interest, and attorney fees incurred or imposed (a) to comply with or as a result of failure or alleged failure to comply with Environmental Law, (b) pursuant to any order, notice, injunction, judgment or similar ruling arising out of or in connection with any Environmental Law or (c) pursuant to any claim by a Governmental Authority or other Person for personal injury, death, property damage, damage to natural resources or Remedial Work to the extent arising out of a Release or migration of Hazardous Substances.

“Environmental Permits” means all permits, licenses, registrations, exemptions, authorizations, consents, orders, decrees, agreements and approvals (including those entered by consent or agreement) pursuant to Environmental Laws that are necessary for the operation of the Contributed Assets.

“Equipment & Facilities” has the meaning set forth in Section 2.2.1.

“Excluded Assets” has the meaning set forth in Section 2.3.

“Excluded Liabilities” has the meaning set forth in Section 2.5.

“Exchange Act” has the meaning set forth in Section 3.3.5.

“Existing ISRA Proceedings” means the regulatory proceedings pursuant to ISRA in progress as of the Effective Date of this Agreement and relating to the Refinery Complex, including, more specifically, the proceeding initiated in 1984 and bearing ISRA Case No. E 84158, the proceedings initiated in 2003 as a result of the transfer of the Refinery Complex from Coastal Eagle Point Oil Company to Contributor and bearing ISRA Case Nos. E 20030520 and E 20030521, all of which proceedings are being conducted under the aegis of the ISRA Remediation Agreement, and the proceeding initiated by the Contributor in 2010 as a result of the cessation of refining operations at the Refining Complex.

“FMLA” has the meaning set forth in Section 5.4.1.

“Governmental Authority” means the United States and any foreign, state, county, city or other political subdivision, agency, court or instrumentality and any self regulatory organization, such as a securities exchange.


“Ground Lease” has the meaning set forth in the recitals hereto.

“Hazardous Substances” means (i) any chemicals, materials, substances, pollutants, contaminants or items in any form, whether solid, liquid, gaseous, semisolid, or any combination thereof, whether waste materials, raw materials, chemicals, finished products, by-products, or any other materials or articles, which are listed, defined or otherwise designated as hazardous, toxic or dangerous under Environmental Law, including asbestos, polychlorinated biphenyls, radon, urea formaldehyde foam insulation, and lead-containing paints or coatings, (ii) any petroleum, petroleum hydrocarbons, crude oil petroleum derivatives, petroleum products, or by-products of petroleum refining, and (iii) any other chemical material, pollutant, contaminant, substance, waste or item that, by its nature or use, is regulated by Environmental Law or for which any Governmental Authority requires Remedial Work.

“Indemnified Party” has the meaning set forth in Section 6.5.

“Indemnifying Party” has the meaning set forth in Section 6.5.

“Indemnity Cap” means the Purchase Price.

“Institutional and Engineering Controls” shall have the meaning given to such terms in N.J.S.A. 58:10C-2 and N.J.A.C. 7:26E-1.8.

“ISRA Approval” means an authorization pursuant to ISRA to complete the transactions contemplated by this Agreement prior to the achievement of Compliance with ISRA and shall include, at Contributor’s sole option, (i) a Remediation Certification as defined in N.J.A.C. 7:26B-4.3 submitted to the NJDEP, together with the establishment of a remediation funding source in a form permitted by N.J.A.C 7:26C-5 and in an amount certified by a LSRP; (ii) an amendment to the ISRA Remediation Agreement executed by the NJDEP authorizing the completion of the transactions contemplated by this Agreement, together with the establishment of a remediation funding source in a form permitted by N.J.A.C. 7:26C-5 and an amount required by such agreement or amendment; (iii) a Remediation in Progress Waiver approved by the NJDEP pursuant to N.J.A.C. 7:26B-5.4; or (iv) any other written authorization of the NJDEP or a LSRP permitting Contributor to complete the transactions contemplated by this Agreement prior to achieving Compliance with ISRA, together with the establishment of a remediation funding source in a form permitted by N.J.A.C. 7:26C-5 and an amount required by such authorization.

“ISRA Remediation Agreement” means the Remediation Agreement between Contributor and the NJDEP dated as of January 13, 2004 and encompassing ISRA Case Nos. E 84158, E 20030526 and E 20030521.

“ISRA Submission” means any of a General Information Notice, Remediation Certification, Remediation in Progress Waiver Application, Preliminary Assessment Report, Receptor Evaluation, Site Investigation Report, Remedial Investigation Workplan, Remedial Investigation Report, Remedial Action Selection Report, Remedial Action Workplan, and Remedial Action Report (as such term is defined or used in N.J.A.C. 7:26B or 7:26E) or any other submission, certification or report required to achieve Compliance with ISRA.


“Knowledge” of a fact or matter with respect to an individual, means the actual awareness by such individual of such fact or matter.

“Knowledge” or “knowledge” (or phrases of similar import) of a fact or matter with respect to a Person, other than an individual, means the Knowledge of any individual who, at the time such representation, warranty or other statement is made, is then serving as a director or officer of that Person (or in any similar capacity if such Person is not a corporation), and, with respect to the Contributor, any other individual employed by the Contributor that was substantially involved in the review, negotiation or execution of, or due diligence associated with, this Agreement.

“Laws” means any law, statute, code, regulation, rule, injunction, judgment, ordinance, order, decree, ruling, directive, charge, or other restriction of any applicable Governmental Authority, including Environmental Laws.

“Leased Real Property” means the portion of the real property owned by the Contributor at the Refinery Complex that, as of the Effective Date, will be leased by SPMT from the Contributor under, and which is more particularly described in, the Ground Lease. The term “Leased Real Property”, as used herein, shall not include the Premises.

“Liability” or “Liabilities” means any direct or indirect liability, indebtedness, obligation, cost, expense, claim, loss, damage, deficiency, guaranty or endorsement of or by any Person, absolute or contingent, asserted or unasserted, accrued or unaccrued, due or to become due, liquidated or unliquidated.

“Licenses” has the meaning set forth in Section 2.2.2.

“LSRP” means a Licensed Site Remediation Professional as defined in N.J.S.A. 58:10C-2 and N.J.A.C 7:26C-1.3.

“Master Tank Lease and Operating Agreement” means that certain Master Tank Lease and Operating Agreement dated as of May 20, 2011 by and between SPMT and Sunoco, Inc. (R&M).

“Material Adverse Effect” means any change, development, effect, condition or occurrence that could reasonably be expected to (i) be material and adverse to (A) the assets, properties, business, results of operations, or financial condition, as a whole, when used with respect to a Person, or (B) the Contributed Assets, (ii) subject the Acquirer to any criminal or material civil liability or (iii) prevent a Party from performing any of its material obligations under this Agreement or consummation of the transactions contemplated hereby, it being understood that none of the following shall be deemed to constitute a Material Adverse Effect: (v) any effect resulting from entering into this Agreement or the announcement of the transactions contemplated by this Agreement; (w) any effect resulting from changes in the economy, as a whole, of the United States or the world; (x) any changes in commodity prices or refining margins; (y) any effect on the Contributed Assets resulting from changes in a financial rating published by a third party rating agency; and (z) any effect resulting from changes (including any change in Law or regulatory policy) that are the result of factors generally affecting the specific industry or any specific market in which the applicable Person competes and not affecting such Person or the Contributed Assets in any manner or degree significantly different than such industry or such market as a whole.


Natural Gas Line has the meaning set forth in Section 2.2.1.

“NJDEP” means the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, its departments, bureaus or subdivisions.

“NJPDES DSW/DGW Permit” means the Final Major Modification to NJPDES DSW/DGW Permit No. NJ 0005401 issued to CEPOC on June 30, 1989 and requiring closure, post-closure maintenance, soil monitoring and detection groundwater monitoring of a hazardous waste land treatment unit at the Refinery Complex.

“Organizational Documents” means the articles of incorporation, certificate of incorporation, charter, bylaws, articles or certificate of formation, regulations, operating agreement, certificate of limited partnership, partnership agreement, and all other similar documents, instruments or certificates executed, adopted, or filed in connection with the creation, formation, or organization of a Person, including any amendments thereto.

“Party” means each of the Contributor and any Acquirer.

“Person” means any individual, corporation (including any non profit corporation), general or limited partnership, limited liability company, joint venture, estate, trust, association, organization, labor union, or other entity or Governmental Authority.

“Power & Boiler Houses” mean the areas and facilities located at the Refinery Complex that house four boilers, three turbine generators and their associated equipment.

“Premises” has the meaning set forth in the 2004 Lease and Access Agreement.

“PSE&G” means the Public Service Electric and Gas Company.

“Refinery Complex” has the meaning set forth in the recitals.

“Refinery Site-Wide Licenses” has the meaning set forth in Section 5.5.

“Related” means used or held for use in connection with the ownership, operation or maintenance of, arising from, or related to.

“Release” shall have the meaning set forth in Environmental Laws, including the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation, and Liability Act of 1980, as amended, 42 U.S.C. Section 9601 et. seq., and any analogous state Laws, but also shall include any threatened Release and the spilling, leaking, pumping, pouring, emitting, emptying, discharging, injecting, escaping, leaching, dumping or disposing of a Hazardous Substance into the environment, but does not include migration of Hazardous Substances already present in the environment.

“Remedial Work” means action of any kind to address a Release or the presence of Hazardous Substances at, on, in, upon, over, across, under, within or migrating from the Leased Real Property, including all investigative, site monitoring, restoration, abatement, detoxification, containment, handling, treatment, removal, storage, decontamination, clean-up, transport,


disposal or other ameliorative work, corrective action or response action required by (a) any Environmental Law, (b) any order or request of any Governmental Authority, or (c) any final judgment, consent decree, settlement or compromise with respect to any Environmental Law, excluding, however, (i) except for Environmental Permits required to implement and complete Remedial Work as described in this definition, the obtaining, amendment, renewal or maintenance of any Environmental Permits, including permits for any “grand fathered” units, and (ii) monetary fines or penalties for violations of Environmental Laws.

“Representative” means, with respect to any Party, such Party and its Affiliates and their directors, officers, agents, consultants, partners, members, managers, employees and advisors (including such Party’s accountants, counsel, environmental consultants, financial advisors, investment bankers and other authorized representatives).

“Response Period” has the meaning set forth in Section 6.5.

“Retained Employees” has the meaning set forth in Section 5.4.3.

“Site Services Agreement” has the meaning set forth in the recitals hereto.

“SPLLC Limited Liability Company Agreement” shall mean the Second Amended and Restated Limited Liability Company Agreement of SPLLC dated as of April 30, 2002, as amended from time to time,

“Subzone” has the meaning set forth in Section 5.8.

“Sunoco Logistics” has the meaning set forth in the preface.

“Tank Farm” means the crude oil, refined products and intermediates storage tanks located at the Refinery Complex identified on Schedule 2.2.1 and all spheres, bullets, valves, pumps and other equipment Related to such storage tanks.

“Tank Farm Agreement” has the meaning set forth in the recitals hereto.

“Tax” or “Taxes” means all taxes, fees, duties and other assessments, however denominated, including any interest, penalties, or additions to tax that may become payable in respect thereof, imposed by any Taxing Authority, which taxes shall include any license or registration fees and all income, franchise, sales, use, excise, motor fuel, petroleum, environmental, gross receipts, occupation, stamp, import, export, real and personal property, transfer, workers’ compensation, payroll and wage withholding, unemployment insurance, social security taxes and any adjustment made by any Taxing Authority to a Tax Return.

“Taxing Authority” means any federal, state, or local government or any agency or political subdivision thereof in the United States or corresponding governmental unit in any foreign country responsible for the imposition of Taxes.

“Tax Proceeding” has the meaning set forth in Section 7.4.


“Tax Return” means all reports, estimates, information statements and returns relating to, or required to be filed in connection with, any Taxes pursuant to the statutes, rules and regulations of any Taxing Authority.

“Third Parties” means a Person which is not (a) a Contributor or an Affiliate of a Contributor, (b) a Acquirer or an Affiliate of a Acquirer or (c) a Person that, after the signing of this Agreement becomes a successor entity of a Contributor, a Acquirer or any of their respective Affiliates. An employee of a Contributor or a Acquirer shall not be deemed an Affiliate.

“Transfer Taxes” means all transfer Taxes (excluding Taxes measured by net income), including sales, realty transfer taxes (pursuant to N.J.S.A. 46:15-7), real property, use, excise, stock, stamp, documentary, filing, recording, permit, license, authorization and similar Taxes, filing fees and similar charges.

“Utility Services Agreement” has the meaning set forth in the recitals hereto.

“Wastewater Treatment Plant” means the wastewater treatment system and plant located at the Refinery Complex.

Section 1.2 Interpretations. Unless expressly provided for elsewhere in this Agreement, this Agreement shall be interpreted in accordance with the following provisions:

1. Whenever the context may require, any pronoun used in this Agreement shall include the corresponding masculine, feminine, or neuter forms, and the singular form of nouns, pronouns and verbs shall include the plural and vice versa;

2. If a word or phrase is defined, its other grammatical forms have a corresponding meaning;

3. A reference to a person, corporation, trust, estate, partnership, or other entity includes any of them;

4. The headings contained in this Agreement are for reference purposes only and shall not affect the meaning or interpretation of this Agreement;

5. All references in this Agreement to articles, sections or subdivisions thereof shall refer to the corresponding article, Section or subdivision thereof of this Agreement unless specific reference is made to such articles, sections, or subdivisions of another document or instrument;

6. A reference to any agreement or document (including a reference to this Agreement) is to the agreement or document as amended, varied, supplemented, novated or replaced, except to the extent prohibited by this Agreement or that other agreement or document;

7. No waiver by any Party of any default by any other Party in the performance of any provision, condition or requirement herein shall be deemed to be a waiver of, or in any manner release any other Party from, performance of any other provision, condition or requirement herein, nor shall such waiver be deemed to be a waiver of, or in any manner a


release of, any other Party from future performance of the same provision, condition or requirement. Any delay or omission of any Party to exercise any right hereunder shall not impair the exercise of any such right, or any like right, accruing to it thereafter. The failure of any Party to perform its obligations hereunder shall not release any other Party from the performance of its obligations, subject to a right of set-off;

8. A reference to any Party to this Agreement or another agreement or document includes the Party’s successors and assigns;

9. A reference to legislation or to a provision of legislation includes a modification or reenactment of it, a legislative provision substituted for it and a regulation or statutory instrument issued under it;

10. A reference to a writing includes a facsimile transmission of it and any means of reproducing of its words in a tangible and permanently visible form;

11. The words “hereof,” “herein” and “hereunder” and words of similar import when used in this Agreement shall refer to this Agreement as a whole and not to any particular provision of this Agreement, and article, section, subsection, Schedule and exhibit references are to this Agreement unless otherwise specified;

12. The word “including,” “include,” “includes” and all variations thereof shall mean “including without limitation”;

13. The word “or” will have the inclusive meaning represented by the phrase “and/or”;

14. The phrase “and/or” when used in a conjunctive phrase, shall mean any one or more of the Persons specified in or the existence or occurrence of any one or more of the events, conditions or circumstances set forth in that phrase; provided, however, that when used to describe the obligation of one or more Persons to do any act, it shall mean that the obligation is the obligation of each of the Persons but that it may be satisfied by performance by any one or more of them;

15. “Shall” and “will” have equal force and effect;

16. The Exhibits and Schedules identified in this Agreement are incorporated herein by reference and made a part of this Agreement;

17. The Parties have participated jointly in the negotiation and drafting of this Agreement. In the event an ambiguity or question of intent or interpretation arises, this Agreement shall be construed as if drafted jointly by the Parties and no presumption or burden of proof shall arise favoring or disfavoring any Party by virtue of the authorship of any of the provisions of this Agreement;

18. Unless otherwise specified, all references to a specific time of day in this Agreement shall be based upon Eastern Standard Time or eastern Daylight Savings Time, as applicable on the date in question in New York, New York;


19. References to “$” or to “dollars” shall mean the lawful currency of the United States of America; and

No action shall be required of the Parties except on a Business Day and in the event an action is required on a day which is not a Business Day, such action shall be required to be performed on the next succeeding day which is a Business Day. All references to “day” or “days” shall mean calendar days unless specified as a “Business Day.


SCHEDULE 2.2.1

CONTRIBUTED ASSETS – TANGIBLE ASSETS

See Attachment 1 to Schedule 2.2.1.

 

1


Attachment 1 to Schedule 2.2.1

 

8/11/2010

   Assets WWTP   
    

WWTP PUMPS

  

I

P-3116    PUMP    P-3116 WWT RIVER WEIR PNEUMATIC TRIDENT PISTON PUMP. MODEL DT01 SERIAL 276    A
P-1777    PUMP    WWT API SLUDGE PUMP WWT-PQ03 P-1777 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-02 MIDDLE PUMP EAST SIDE OF API SEPERATOR    A
P-1714    PUMP    WWT API SLUDGE PUMP WWT-PQ06 P-1714 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-01    A
P-1732    PUMP    WWT API SLUDGE PUMP WWT-PQ07 P-1732 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-02    A
P-1886    PUMP    WWT API SLUDGE SUMP PUMP WWT-PQ04 P-l886 PJD DWG WWT-16-14309-01 SOUTH SIDE OF SEPERATOR    A
P-2114    PUMP    WWT BACKWASH RETURN TO AEREATION PUMP WWT-P12A P-2114 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-10    A
P-2113    PUMP    WWT BACKWASH RETURN TO AEREATION PUMP WWT-P12B P-2113 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-10    A
P-3020    PUMP    WWT CLARIFIER SCUM PUMP WWT-P04A P-3020 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-08    A
P-2112    PUMP    WWT CLARIFIER SCUM PUMP WWT-P04B P-2112 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-08    A
P-2109    PUMP    WWT CLARIFIER SLUDGE RECYCLE PUMP (MIDDLE) WWT-P03B P-2109 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-08    A
P-2110    PUMP    WWT CLARIFIER SLUDGE RECYCLE PUMP (SOUTH) WWT-P03C P-2110 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-08    A
P-1746    PUMP    WWT DOCK DRAIN TANK PUMP WWT-PN032 P-l746 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-04 SUBMERSIBLE PUMP    I
P-3193    PUMP    WWT DOCK DRAIN TANK PUMP WWT-PN032 P-3193 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-04 SUBMERSIBLE PUMP (NO PM REQUIRED)    A
P-3109    PUMP    WWT DOCK DRAIN TANK PUMP WWT-PN032, P-3109 PID DWG -16-14309-04    I
P-3146    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-TK-141CS P-3146 REMEDIAL SYSTEM 4” GRUNDFOS SUBMERSIBLE GROUNDWATER PUMP    A
P-2802    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-143-2 P-2802 (N.E COPELANDS COVE) NOT ON PIDS NO PM REQUIRED AS OF 1-06    A
P-2801    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-CCOl P-2801 (COPELANDS COVE) NOT ON PIDS    A
P-2879    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-CC02 (COPELANDS COVE) NOT ON PIDS NO PM REQUIRED AS OF 1-06    A
P-2799    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-D01 P-2799 (@ E. NO.2 PH OUTSIDE FENCE) NOT ON PIDS    A
P-2857    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-D01A (@ E. NO.2 PH OUTSIDE FENCE) PUMP P-2857 NO PM REQUIRED AS OF 1-06    A
P-2809    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-F01 P-2809 (W. SIDE FURFURAL) NOT ON PIDS    A
P-3139    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-GTA-1 P-3139 REMEDIAL SYSTEM    A
P-2807    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-LF01 P-2807 (OUTSIDE EAST FENCE) NOT ON PIDS    A
P-2800    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-LF02 P-2800 (NEAR COGEN RIVER P.H OUTSIDE FENCE) NOT ON PIDS    A
P-2808    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-MW110 P-2808 (W. VPS CONTROL ROOM) NOT ON PIDS    A
P-2795    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-RW01 P-2795 (@ RIVER WIER ) NOT ON PIDS SUBMERSIBLE    A
P-2796    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-RW02 P-2796 (@ RIVER WIER ) NOT ON PIDS NO PM REQUIRED AS OF 1-06 SUBMERSIBLE/AIR    A
P-2797    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-RW03 P-2797 (@ RIVER WIER ) NOT ON PIDS SUBMERSIBLE    A
P-2798    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-RW04 P-2798 (@ RIVER WIER ) NOT ON PIDS SUBMERSIBLE / AIR    A
P-3083    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-RW05 @ RIVER WEIR. NOT ON PIDS NO PM REQUIRED AS OF 1-06    A
P-2803    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-S01 P-2803 (EAST OF TANK NO. 118) NOT ON PIDS NO PM REQUIRED AS OF 1-06    A
P-2804    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-S02 P-2804 (EAST OF TANK NO. 118) NOT ON PIDS NO PM REQUIRED AS OF 1-06    A
P-2805    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-S03 P-2805 (EAST OF TANK NO. 119) NOT ON PIDS NO PM REQUIRED AS OF 1-06    A
P-2806    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-S04 P-2806 (EAST OF TANK NO. 119) NOT ON PIDS NO PM REQUIRED AS OF 1-06    A
P-2792    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-TF01 P-2792 (@ TANK NO. 26) NOT ON PIDS NO PM REQUIRED AS OF 1-06    A
P-2793    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-TF02 P-2793 (@ TANK NO. 51) NOT ON PIDS NO PM REQUIRED AS OF 1-06    A
P-2794    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-TF03 P-2794 (@ NO.2 PUMPHOUSE) NOT ON PIDS NO PM REQUIRED AS OF 1-06    A
P-3017    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-TF04 P-3017 NORTH OF TANK NO. 6 PID 15-1803-13 NO PM REQUIRED AS OF 1-06    A
P-3147    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-TK-14CS P-3147 REMEDIAL SYSTEM 4” GRUNDFOS SUBMERSIBLE GROUNDWATER PUMP    A
P-3148    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-TK-14CS P-3148 REMEDIAL SYSTEM 2” GEOTECH/ORS GROUNDWATER PUMP    A
P-3149    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-TK-14CS P-3149 REMEDIAL SYSTEM 2” GEOTECH/ORS GROUNDWATER PUMP    A
P-3140    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-TK-47CS P-3140 REMEDIAL SYSTEM    A
P-3142    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-TK-51CS P-3142 REMEDIAL SYSTEM    A
P-3141    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-UPRM-24S P-3141 REMEDIAL SYSTEM    A
P-2123    PUMP    WWT EFFLUENT SAMPLE PUMP WWT-P13 P-2123 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-14    A
P-2057    PUMP    WWT EMERGENCY LIFT PUMP WWT-P01E FLOW PUMP P-2057 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-02    A


Attachment 1 to Schedule 2.2.1

 

P-2117    PUMP    WWT FILTER BACKWASH PUMP WWT-P06A P-2117 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-10    A
P-2118    PUMP    WWT FILTER BACKWASH PUMP WWT-P06B P-2118 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-10    A
P-2115    PUMP    WWT FILTER FEED PUMP WWT-P05A P-2115 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-10    A
P-2116    PUMP    WWT FILTER FEED PUMP WWT-P05B P-2116 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-10    A
P-2119    PUMP    WWT FILTER SURFACE WASH PUMP WWT-P09A P-2119 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-10    A
P-2120    PUMP    WWT FILTER SURFACE WASH PUMP WWT-P09B P-2120 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-10    A
P-0443    PUMP    WWT GAS OIL TRANSFER PUMP WWT-PN023 P-443 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-03    A
P-2762    PUMP    WWT HYPOCHLORIDE INJECTION PUMP WWT-P16 P-2762 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-15    I
P-2835    PUMP    WWT HYPOCHLORIDE INJECTION PUMP WWT-P17 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-15    I
P-2862    PUMP    WWT LAB VACUUM TEST PUMP WWT-P19 P-2862 (LOCATED IN LAB TEST ROOM BEHIND DOOR)    A
P-0679    PUMP    WWT NO. 1 WATER WELL PUMP WWT-WELL01 P-0679 PID DWG POH-16-14287-01    A
P-0681    PUMP    WWT NO. 3 WATER WELL PUMP WWT-WELL03 P-0681 PID DWG POH-16-14287-01    A
P-1281    PUMP    WWT NO. 4 WATER WELL PUMP WWT-WELL04 P-1281 PID DWG POH-16-14287-01    I
P-l799    PUMP    WWT NO. 5 WATER WELL PUMP WWT-WELL05 P-l799 PID DWG POH-18-3226-011    A
P-1287    PUMP    WWT NO. 6 WATER WELL PUMP WWT-WELL06 PID DWG POH-16-14287-01    I
P-l692    PUMP    WWT NO. 3 SERVICE WATER PUMP WWT-P3SW P-1692 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-15 NOTE: SEE PAGE 6 “,COKE BREAKER ”    A
P-0670    PUMP    WWT NO. 4 SERVICE WATER PUMP WWT-P4SW P-0670 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-15    A
P-2849    PUMP    WWT NO. 8 SERVICE WATER PUMP WWT-P8SW PID DWG 14-    I
P-2299    PUMP    WWT OILY WATER CIRCULATING PUMP WWT-P15 P-2299 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-06    A
P-2851    PUMP    WWT OILY WATER SEWER BOX PUMP WWT-P18    A
P-2100    PUMP    WWT PRIMARY LIFT PUMP WWT P01A P-2100 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-02    A
P-2101    PUMP    WWT PRIMARY LIFT PUMP WWT-P01B P-2101 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-02    A
P-2103    PUMP    WWT PRIMARY LIFT PUMP WWT-P01C P-2103 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-02    A
P-2102    PUMP    WWT PRIMARY LIFT PUMP WWT-P01D P-2102 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-02    A
P-2122    PUMP    WWT PROCESSED WATER TO SCALTECH PUMP SPARE P-2122 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-10    I
P-2121    PUMP    WWT PROCESSED WATER TO SCALTECH PUMP WWT-P07A P-2121 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-10    I
P-0447    PUMP    WWT RGO PUMP WWT-PN027 P-0447 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-03    A
P-0667    PUMP    WWT SERVICE WATER PUMP WWT-P5SW P-0667 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-15    A
P-1686    PUMP    WWT SLOP OIL PUMP WWT-PQ08 P-1686 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-01 (API SEPARATOR SOUTHWEST SIDE)    A
P-2108    PUMP    WWT SLUDGE RECYCLE PUMP (NORTH) WWT-P03A P-2108 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-08    A
P-2125    PUMP    WWT SLUDGE STORAGE PUMP WWT-P10A P-2125 (OUT OF SERVICE)    I
P-2126    PUMP    WWT SLUDGE STORAGE PUMP WWT-P10B P-2126 (OUT OF SERVICE)    I
P-1786    PUMP    WWT SLUDGE SUMP PUMP WWT-PQ02 P-1786 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-02    A
P-2130    PUMP    WWT SLUDGE THICKENER PUMP WWT-P08A P-2130 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-09    I
P-2128    PUMP    WWT SLUDGE THICKENER PUMP WWT-P08B P-2128 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-09    I
P-2131    PUMP    WWT SLUDGE THICKENER PUMP WWT-PMC P-2131 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-09    A
P-2341    PUMP    WWT SURGE TANK 333/335/342 WATER TRANSFER PUMP WWT-P15A P-2341 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-03    A
P-2342    PUMP    WWT SURGE TANK 333/335/342 WATER TRANSFER PUMP WWT-P15B P-2342 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-03    A
P-2143    PUMP    WWT TANK FARM SEPARATOR PUMP WWT-P14A P-2143 (NEAR TANK 117) NORTH PUMP NOT ON PID - NEED TO BE DRAWN IN    A
P-2144    PUMP    WWT TANK FARM SEPARATOR PUMP WWT-P14B P-2144 (NEAR TANK 117) SOUTH PUMP NOT ON PID - NEED TO BE DRAWN IN    A
P-2058    PUMP    WWT TRAP OIL TRANSFER PUMP WWT-PQ01 P-2058 (API SEPARATOR PUMP HOUSE)    A

WWTP TANKS

 

TFA-TK 333       9370    40
TFA-TK-342   

IFR

WWTP LINES

   8700    40
N-142 (2)   

SLOP OIL /

WATER

   N-146 (2) or N-142 (1)    TKS-333 / 335
N-151   

WATER-OIL MIX

(4” & 6”)

   DOCKS & N142    DOCK DRAIN SUMP
N-149    WATER-OIL MIX (6” & 8”)    TKS-333 & 335    PLANT TRAP (SEPERATOR)
N-152    WATER-OIL MIX    DOCK SUMP / PUMP PN-32    3” to TK-342 / N-150 / N-149 / TRAP
N-146 (2)    SLOP OIL & WATER    PQ-6, PQ-7. & PQ-8 PUMPS    N-142 (2) to TKS-333 & 335
N-442   

Light Slop Oil

Blowdown

   N-262, N-425, N335, N443, N-328    TKS-335 & 342
N-143 (2)   

SLOP OIL &

WATER

   TK-342 & TK-348    N-147 to PQ-1, PN-23, & PN-27 Suct Mnflds
N-147 (2)   

SLOP OIL

WATER MIX

   N-143 (2) / TK-342    PQ-1 PUMP SUCTION MANIFOLD
N-148    WATER-OIL MIX    TK333    PQ-1 PUMP SUCTION MANIFOLD
N-150    WATER-OIL MIX    TK-331    N-149 (BLINDED @ TK-331)
N-150A    WATER OIL MIX    TK-332    N-149 (BLINDED @ TK-332 )
N-154    WATER-OIL MIX    TK335    PQ-1 PUMP SUCTION MANIFOLD
C-902   

SLOP OIL

WATER MIX

   N-143 (2)    N-147 (2) TO PQ-1 SUCTION
C-903   

SLOP OIL

WATER MIX

   N-143 (2)    N-147 (2) TO PQ-1 SUCTION


Attachment 1 to Schedule 2.2.1

 

N-204 (1)    UNLEADED GAS    TK54    BOOSTER PUMP, PN 127 & 130
N-147 (1)    TRAP OIL    TKS 331 & 332    PQ-1 Pump (Blinded at tks- 331 & 332)
Separators         

ASSETS

from

Finance

        
wwtp    200442600031    COVERS ON API SEPARATOR/JUNCTI    ON BOXES-REDUCE EMIS
wwtp    200642600040    TANK 344 (T-1)-30” MANWAY/WATER    STOP/REINFORCEFLOOR
wwtp    200542600068    DOCK SUMP (T-11) MODIF FOR BEN    ZENE NESHAP
wwtp    200942600030    API-SEPARATOR HEATING - STEAM    INJECTION
wwtp    200542600020    P-106 FIREWATER PUMP SWITCHGEA    R REPLACEMENT
      WWTP TOTAL ASSETS   
WWT       583   
WWT-ME01E    AERATOR    WWT AERATOR MIXER WWT-ME01E AT T2A PID DWG 14-5117-07   
WWT-ME01F    AERATOR    WWT AERATOR MIXER WWT-ME01F AT T2A PID DWG 14-5117-07   
WWT-ME01G    AERATOR    WWT AERATOR MIXER WWT-ME01G AT T2B PID DWG 14-5117-07   
WWT-ME01H    AERATOR    WWT AERATOR MIXER WWT-ME01H AT T2B PID DWG 14-5117-07   
AR-2104    AERATOR    WWT AERATOR WWT-ME01A AERATOR AR-2104 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-07   
WWT-ME01A    AERATOR    WWT AERATOR WWT-ME01A AT T2A PID DWG 14-5117-07   
AR-2105    AERATOR    WWT AERATOR WWT-ME01B AERATOR AR-2105 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-07   
WWT-ME01B    AERATOR    WWT AERATOR WWT-ME01B AT T2A PID DWG 14-5117-07   
AR-2106    AERATOR    WWT AERATOR WWT-ME01C AERATOR AR-2106 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-07   
WWT-ME01C    AERATOR    WWT AERATOR WWT-ME01C AT T2B PID DWG 14-5117-07   
AR-2107    AERATOR    WWT AERATOR WWT-ME01D AERATOR AR-2107 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-07   
WWT-ME01D    AERATOR    WWT AERATOR WWT-ME01D AT T2B PID DWG 14-5117-07   
AR-2303    AERATOR    WWT AERATOR WWT-ME01E AR-2303 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-07   
AR-1304    AERATOR    WWT AERATOR WWT-ME01F AR-1304 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-07   
AR-2305    AERATOR    WWT AERATOR WWT-ME01G AR-2305 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-07   
AR-2306    AERATOR    WWT AERATOR WWT-ME01H AR-2306 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-07   
WWT-AR007B    ANALYZER LOOP    WWT ANALYZER RECORDER, DO PROBE P/I, TRANSMITTER PID-14-5117-07 (CRITICAL)   
WWT-AR007A    ANALYZER LOOP    WWT ANALYZER RECORDER, DO PROBE P/I, TRANSMITTER, PID-14-5117-07 (CRITICAL)   
WWT-AI01    ANALYZER LOOP    WWT-AI01 CO ANALYSIS AT THE EXIT OF CANISTER 1, LOOP INCLUDES: AE, AI, XAA, XAH. DWG. NO. PID-14-5117-20   
WWT-AI02    ANALYZER LOOP    WWT-AI02 CO ANALYSIS AT THE EXIT OF CANISTER 2, LOOP INCLUDES: AE, AI, XAA, XAH. DWG. NO. PID-14-5117-20   
WWT-AI03    ANALYZER LOOP    WWT-AI03 CO ANALYSIS AT THE EXIT OF CANISTER 3, LOOP INCLUDES: AE, AI, XAA, XAH. DWG. NO. PID-14-5117-20   
WWT-AI04    ANALYZER LOOP    WWT-AI04 CO ANALYSIS AT THE EXIT OF CANISTER 4, LOOP INCLUDES: AE, AI, XAA, XAH. DWG. NO. PID-14-5117-20   
WWT-AI05    ANALYZER LOOP    WWT-AI05 CO ANALYSIS AT THE EXIT OF CANISTER 5, LOOP INCLUDES: AE, AI, XAA, XAH. DWG. NO. PID-14-5117-20   
WWT-AI06    ANALYZER LOOP    WWT-AI06 CO ANALYSIS AT THE EXIT OF CANISTER 6, LOOP INCLUDES: AE, AI, XAA, XAH. DWG. NO. PID-14-5117-20   
WWT-AI16-1    ANALYZER LOOP    WWT-AI16-1 O2 DEFFICIENCY MONITOR 1 AT EAST SUMP INLET   
WWT-AI16-2    ANALYZER LOOP    WWT-AI16-2 O2 DEFFICIENCY MONITOR 2 AT EAST SUMP INLET   
WWT-AI17-1    ANALYZER LOOP    WWT-AI17-1 O2 DEFFICIENCY MONITOR 1 AT EAST/WEST SUMP INLET   
WWT-AI17-2    ANALYZER LOOP    WWT-AI17-2 O2 DEFFICIENCY MONITOR 2 AT EAST/WEST SUMP INLET   
WWT-AI18-1    ANALYZER LOOP    WWT-AI18-1 O2 DEFFICIENCY MONITOR 1 AT WEST SUMP INLET   
WWT-AI18-2    ANALYZER LOOP    WWT-AI18-2 O2 DEFFICIENCY MONITOR 2 AT WEST SUMP INLET   
WWT-AI19-1    ANALYZER LOOP    WWT-AI19-1 O2 DEFFICIENCY MONITOR 1 AT EAST ACCESS OF THE CENTER BASIN   
WWT-AI19-2    ANALYZER LOOP    WWT-AI19-2 O2 DEFFICIENCY MONITOR 2 AT EAST ACCESS OF THE CENTER BASIN   
WWT-AI20-1    ANALYZER LOOP    WWT-AI20-1 SLOP OIL SUMP PQ9 OXYGEN, LOOP INCLUDES: AE, AI, XAA, XAL. DWG. NO. PID-14-5117-20   
WWT-AI20-2    ANALYZER LOOP    WWT-AI20-2 SLOP OIL SUMP PQ9 OXYGEN, LOOP INCLUDES: AE, AI, XAA, XAL. DWG. NO. PID-14-5117-20   


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WWT-AI21-1    ANALYZER LOOP    WWT-AI21-1 O2 DEFFICIENCY MONITOR 1 AT SOUTH-WEST ENTRANCE   
WWT-AI21-2    ANALYZER LOOP    WWT-AI21-2 O2 DEFFICIENCY MONITOR 2 AT SOUTH-WEST ENTRANCE   
WWT-AI22-1    ANALYZER LOOP    WWT-AI22-1 O2 DEFFICIENCY MONITOR 1 AT WEST ACCESS OF CENTER BASINS   
WWT-AI22-2    ANALYZER LOOP    WWT-AI22-2 O2 DEFFICIENCY MONITOR 2 AT WEST ACCESS OF CENTER BASINS   
WWT-AIC20    ANALYZER LOOP    WWT-AIC20 CHANNEL GAS MONITOR ANALYZER LOOP LOOP INCLUDES TAG: AT20A COMBUSTIBLE GAS DETECTOR/TRANS. SCOTT MDL: 4688IR PART # 4688IR-1-1-1-1-1-2-5   
WWT-PH002    ANALYZER LOOP    WWT-PH002 API SEPARATOR INLET pH METER, LOOP INCLUDES: PH, PHAL, PHAH. DWG. NO. PID-14-5103-06   
WWT-PH004    ANALYZER LOOP    WWT-PH004 AERATION BASIN INLET pH METER AND RECORDER, LOOP INCLUDES: PH, PHAL, PHAH. DWG. NO. PID-14-5103-07   
WWT-PH006    ANALYZER LOOP    WWT-PH006 WASTEWATER EFFLUENT pH METER AND RECORDER, PH, PHAL, PHAH. DWG. NO. SHOULD BE PID-14-5103-14 (NOT SHOWN)   
WWT-API-01    BASIN    WWT NO. 1 API SLUDGE BASIN WWT-API-01 (PRIMARY) PID DWG 14-5117-01   
WWT-API-02    BASIN    WWT NO. 2 API SLUDGE BASIN WWT-API-02 (PRIMARY) PID DWG 14-5117-01   
WWT-API-03    BASIN    WWT NO. 3 API SLUDGE BASIN WWT-API-03 (PRIMARY) PID DWG 14-5117-01   
WWT-API-04    BASIN    WWT NO. 4 API SLUDGE BASIN WWT-API-04 (PRIMARY) PID DWG 14-5117-01   
WWT-API-05    BASIN    WWT NO. 5 API SLUDGE BASIN WWT-API-05 (PRIMARY) PID DWG 14-5117-01   
WWT-API-06    BASIN    WWT NO. 6 API SLUDGE BASIN WWT-API-06 (PRIMARY) PID DWG 14-5117-01   
WWT-API-07    BASIN    WWT NO. 7 API SLUDGE BASIN WWT-API-07 (PRIMARY) PID DWG 14-5117-01   
WWT-API-08    BASIN    WWT NO. 8 API SLUDGE BASIN WWT-API-08 (PRIMARY) PID DWG 14-5117-01   
WWT-API-09    BASIN    WWT NO. 9 API SLUDGE BASIN WWT-API-09 (PRIMARY) PID DWG 14-5117-01   
WWT-BL201    BLOWER    WWT UV LIGHT AIR BLOWER WWT-BL201 PID DWG 14-6317-14   
BLDG-148    BUILDING    WWT WASTE WATER TREATING PLANT CONTROL ROOM BUILDING BLDG-148   
S2B4-2    BUS    100A 480V MOTOR STARTER RACK FOR SEPARATOR AT WWT AREA   
S2B4-1    BUS    150A 480V MOTOR STARTER RACK FOR SEPARATOR AT WWT AREA   
S2B4-23    BUS    225A 480V STARTER REACK FOR BENZENE NESHAP UNIT IN SLOP AREA   
S2B4-22    BUS    900A 480V MCC FOR BENZENE NESHAP UNIT   
WWT    CEPOC    TRANSITION WASTE WATER TREATMENT PLANT COST GATHERING ASSET   
CR-138    CRANE    WWT OZONE CRANE CR-138   
WWT-CT01    CURRENT LOOP    WWT-CT01 FLIGHT BOARD MOTION DETECTION/MOTOR LOAD BASIN #1   
WWT-CT02    CURRENT LOOP    WWT-CT02 FLIGHT BOARD MOTION DETECTION/MOTOR LOAD BASIN #2   
WWT-CT03    CURRENT LOOP    WWT-CT03 FLIGHT BOARD MOTION DETECTION/MOTOR LOAD BASIN #3   
WWT-CT04    CURRENT LOOP    WWT-CT04 FLIGHT BOARD MOTION DETECTION/MOTOR LOAD BASIN #4   
WWT-CT05    CURRENT LOOP    WWT-CT05 FLIGHT BOARD MOTION DETECTION/MOTOR LOAD BASIN #5   
WWT-CT06    CURRENT LOOP    WWT-CT06 FLIGHT BOARD MOTION DETECTION/MOTOR LOAD BASIN #6   
WWT-CT07    CURRENT LOOP    WWT-CT07 FLIGHT BOARD MOTION DETECTION/MOTOR LOAD BASIN #7   
WWT-CT08    CURRENT LOOP    WWT-CT08 FLIGHT BOARD MOTION DETECTION/MOTOR LOAD BASIN #8   
WWT-CT09    CURRENT LOOP    WWT-CT09 FLIGHT BOARD MOTION DETECTION/MOTOR LOAD BASIN #9   
API-GRND    ELECT GENERAL    WWT API SEPERATOR GROUNDING GRID *****EHS***** 6 MO. INSPECTION   
WWT-ELEC    ELECT GENERAL    WWT ELECTRICAL - PROJECT TRACKING   
WWT-LIGHT    ELECT GENERAL    WWT EMERGENCY LIGHTING WWT-LIGHT ***EHS***   
WWT-GRND    ELECT GENERAL    WWT WASTE WATER TREATMENT PLANT GROUNDING GRID WWT-GRND *****EHS*****   
ENG-1472    ENGINE    WWT EMERGENCY LIFT PUMP WWT-P01E ENG-1472 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-02   
ENG-1980    ENGINE    WWT NO.7 FIRE WATER PUMP WWT-P7FW DIESEL ENGINE ENG-1980 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-15   
BL-2876    FAN    WWT THERMAL OXIDIZER STACK WWT-TOX BLOWER BL-2876 (SOUTH SIDE)   
BL-2877    FAN    WWT THERMAL OXIDIZER STACK WWT-TOX BLOWER BL-2877 (NORTH SIDE)   
H-WWT105    FIRE HYDRANT    H-105 HYDRANT, WWT, EAST OF C.R.   


Attachment 1 to Schedule 2.2.1

 

H-WWT021    FIRE HYDRANT    H-21 HYDRANT, WWT, WEST OF TK-335   
FH-028    FIRE HYDRANT    WWT FIRE HYDRANT   
FH-065    FIRE HYDRANT    WWT FIRE HYDRANT   
FH-105    FIRE HYDRANT    WWT FIRE HYDRANT   
FH-029    FIRE HYDRANT    WWT FIRE HYDRANT   
FH-244    FIRE HYDRANT    WWT FIRE HYDRANT   
FH-030    FIRE HYDRANT    WWT MARINE WAREHOUSE FIRE HYDRANT   
FH-032    FIRE HYDRANT    WWT MARINE WAREHOUSE FIRE HYDRANT   
HM-WWT022    FIRE MONITOR    H/M-22 HYDRANT MONITOR, WWT, SOUTH OF TK-342   
HM-WWT242    FIRE MONITOR    H/M-242 HYDRANT MONITOR, WWT, BENZENE NESHAP WEST   
HM-WWT243    FIRE MONITOR    H/M-243 HYDRANT MONITOR, WWT, BENZENE NESHAP SOUTH   
HM-WWT244    FIRE MONITOR    H/M-244 HYDRANT MONITOR, WWT, SOUTH OF TK-344   
HM-WWT325    FIRE MONITOR    H/M-325 HYDRANT MONITOR, WWT, SOUTH WEST OS SEPARATOR   
HM-WWT041    FIRE MONITOR    H/M-41 HYDRANT MONITOR, WWT, BENZENE NESHAP NORTH   
P-2697    FIRE PUMPS    WWT NO.1 FIRE WATER BOOSTER PUMP WWT-P1FW P-2697 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-15   
P-1893    FIRE PUMPS    WWT NO.2 FIRE WATER PUMP WWT-P2FW P-1893 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-15   
P-1783    FIRE PUMPS    WWT NO.6 FIRE WATER PUMP WWT-P6FW P-1783 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-15   
P-2657    FIRE PUMPS    WWT NO.7 FIRE WATER PUMP WWT-P7FW P-2657 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-15   
POH-FT500N    FLOW LOOP    FCC FLOW TRANSMITTER, TRANSCO (WOODBURY HUT) (NORTH) (2X YEAR) THIS AREA UNDER DIRECTION WWT   
POH-FT500S    FLOW LOOP    FCC FLOW TRANSMITTER, TRANSCO (WOODBURY HUT) (SOUTH) (2X YEAR) THIS AREA UNDER DIRECTION WWT   
WWT-FR03    FLOW LOOP    FLOW RECORDER FOR PUMPS P3SW AND P4SW PT03, PT04, PY PID-14-3117-15   
WWT-FT05    FLOW LOOP    FLOW TRANSMITTER AT #5 WELL SOUTH OF TANK 102 PID 18-3226-01   
WWT-AR004    FLOW LOOP    WWT ANALYZER RECORDER AERATOR PID-14-5117-07 (FREQUENCY: 2 YEARS)   
WWT-FIP7FW    FLOW LOOP    WWT FLOW INDICATING TOTALIZER   
WWT-FIP1FW    FLOW LOOP    WWT FLOW INDICATING TOTALIZER, P1FW FIRE WATER FT PID 14-3117-15   
WWT-FIC003    FLOW LOOP    WWT FLOW INDICATOR CONTROLLER AERATORS RECORDER, I/P, TRANSMITTER, CONTROL VALVE PID-14-5117-07 (CASCADE TO LIC2) (CRITICAL) (FREQUENCY: 2 YEARS)   
WWT-FIC014    FLOW LOOP    WWT FLOW INDICATOR CONTROLLER CHLORINE CONTACT TK FV PID-14-6317-14   
WWT-FIC104    FLOW LOOP    WWT FLOW INDICATOR CONTROLLER FILTER BACKWASH PMP I/P, FR, FT, FV PID-14-5117-10 (OUT OF SERVICE) (STORAGE)   
WWT-FIC10A    FLOW LOOP    WWT FLOW INDICATOR CONTROLLER T2A BASIN RECORDER, I/P, TRANSMITTER, CONTROL VALVE, FQ PID-14-5117-07 (CRITICAL)   
WWT-FIC008    FLOW LOOP    WWT FLOW INDICATOR CONTROLLER T2B AERATION BASIN I/P, FR, TRANSMITTER, CONTROL VALVE PID-14-5117-07 (CRITICAL)   
WWT-FIC10B    FLOW LOOP    WWT FLOW INDICATOR CONTROLLER T2B AERATION BASIN RECORDER, P/I, TRANSMITTER, FQ, CONTROL VALVE PID-14-5117-07 (FREQUENCY 2 YEARS) (CRITICAL)   
WWT-FIC103    FLOW LOOP    WWT FLOW INDICATOR CONTROLLER WATER FILTER P/I, FC, FT, SOVA,B,C,D, FV103A, B, C, D, E, PID-14-5117-13 (FREQUENCY: 4 YEARS)   
WWT-FIC101    FLOW LOOP    WWT FLOW INDICATOR CONTROLLER WATER FILTER P/I, FR, FT, SOVA, B, C, AND FV101A, B, C, D, E PID-14-5117-11 (FREQUENCY: 4 YEARS)   
WWT-FIC102    FLOW LOOP    WWT FLOW INDICATOR CONTROLLER WATER FILTER P/I, FR, FT, SOVA,B,C,D, FV102A, B,C, D PID-14-5117-12 (FREQUENCY: 4 YEARS)   
WWT-FIC002    FLOW LOOP    WWT FLOW INDICATOR CONTROLLER WWT-TK344 TANK I/P, TRANSMITTER, CONTROL VALVE PID-14-5103-06 (CRITICAL) 0-1000 GPM   
WWT-FI03    FLOW LOOP    WWT FLOW INDICATOR FOR #3 SERVICE WATER PUMP PID14-1203-03   
WWT-FR017    FLOW LOOP    WWT FLOW RECORDER CHLORINE CONTACT TANK P/I, FQ, UV PID-14-6317-14 (SEE: CALIBRATION PROCEDURE, PAGE 6)+   
WWT-FR008    FLOW LOOP    WWT FLOW RECORDER T2B BASIN PID 14-5117-07 FT,FR,I/P,FV (CRITICAL) (CONTROL RM PANEL 2)   
WWT-FR009    FLOW LOOP    WWT FLOW RECORDER, T02 AERATION BASIN PID 14-5117-07 FT,FR,I/P,FV (CRITICAL) (CONTROL RM PANEL 2)   
WWT-FR8    FLOW LOOP    WWT FLOW RECORDER, TOTAL SERVICE WATER FLOW PID 14-3117-15 FT,FR (INSIDE SW WALL OF RIVER PUMPHOUSE) VORTEX METER-INSERTION TYPE-EMCO MODEL V-BAR, - PN. D0 5295   
WWT-FIP2FW    FLOW LOOP    WWT FLOW TOTALIZER P2FW PUMP INDICATION LOCAL, ANNUAL BAR, DP CELL PID 14-3117-15   
WWT-FIP6FW    FLOW LOOP    WWT FLOW TOTALIZER P6FW PUMP INDICATION LOCAL, ANNUAL BAR, DP CELL PID 14-3117-15   
WWT-AS019    FLOW LOOP    WWT TORQUE SWITCH PID-14-5117-09 (STORAGE)   
WWT-AS011    FLOW LOOP    WWT TORQUE SWITCH WWT-AHH011 ALARM PID-14-5117-08 (CRITICAL)   


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WWT-AS012    FLOW LOOP    WWT TORQUE SWITCH WWT-AHH012 ALARM PID-14-5117-08 (CRITICAL)   
WWT-FT15    FLOW LOOP    WWT ULTRA SONIC FLOW METER FROM P15 LOCAL INDICATOR PID 14-1203-03   
WWT-FI04    FLOW LOOP    WWT-F104 NEW FLOW METER FROM WWT-PN32 DOCK DRAIN TANK PUMP PID-14-4103-04   
WWT-F114    FLOW LOOP    WWT-F114 NITROGEN FLOW TO API SEPARATOR   
WWT-FT030    FLOW LOOP    WWT-FT030 #1 FIREWATER PUMP FLOW INCLUDES: FQ-030 FLOW TOTALIZER - FOXBORO 030 FLOW RECORDER - FOXBORO    FR-
WWT-FT031    FLOW LOOP    WWT-FT031 #2 FIREWATER PUMP FLOW INCLUDES: FQ-031 FLOW TOTALIZER - FOXBORO 031 FLOW RECORDER-FOXBORO    FR-
WWT-FT032    FLOW LOOP    WWT-FT032 #6 FIREWATER PUMP FLOW INCLUDES: FQ-032 FLOW TOTALIZER - FOXBORO 032 FLOW RECORDER - FOXBORO    FR-
WWT-FT033    FLOW LOOP    WWT-FT033 #7 FIREWATER PUMP FLOW INCLUDES: FQ-033 FLOW TOTALIZER - FOXBORO 033 FLOW RECORDER - FOXBORO    FR-
WWT-LEL    GAS DETECTOR    WWT LEL (6-SENSORS) API SEPERATOR   
EG-11    GATE    G-11, MANUAL DOUBLE SWING GATE.   
GB-2753    GEAR BOX    WWT NO. 1 FLITE BOARD GEARBOX WWT-API-01 GB-2753 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-01   
GB-2754    GEAR BOX    WWT NO. 2 FLITE BOARD GEARBOX WWT-API-02 GB-2754 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-01   
GB-2755    GEAR BOX    WWT NO. 3 FLITE BOARD GEARBOX WWT-API-03 GB-2755 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-01   
GB-2756    GEAR BOX    WWT NO. 4 FLITE BOARD GEARBOX WWT-API-04 GB-2756 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-01   
GB-2757    GEAR BOX    WWT NO. 5 FLITE BOARD GEARBOX WWT-API-05 GB-2757 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-01   
GB-2758    GEAR BOX    WWT NO. 6 FLITE BOARD GEARBOX WWT-API-06 GB-2758 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-01   
GB-2759    GEAR BOX    WWT NO. 7 FLITE BOARD GEARBOX WWT-API-07 GB-2759 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-01   
GB-2760    GEAR BOX    WWT NO. 8 FLITE BOARD GEARBOX WWT-API-08 GB-2760 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-01   
GB-2761    GEAR BOX    WWT NO. 9 FLITE BOARD GEARBOX WWT-API-09 GB-2761 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-01   
GB-2535    GEAR BOX    WWT NO.5 SERVICE WATER PUMP WWT-P5SW GEAR BOX GB-2535 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-15   
GB-1747    GEAR BOX    WWT NO.6 FIRE WATER PUMP WSY-P6FW GEAR BOX GB-1747 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-15   
GB-1981    GEAR BOX    WWT NO. 7 FIRE WATER PUMP WWT-P7FW GEAR BOX GB-1981 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-15   
ECRA- GRNDS    GROUNDS   

ECRA WELL MANAGEMENT GROUNDS WORK ONLY (ALL ECRA PUMPS HAVE NUMBERS - SEE EQUIP.TYPE

ECRA WELL PUMP)

  
WSY-GRNDS    GROUNDS    WSY WATER SYSTEM MISCELLANEOUS GROUNDS WORK   
WWT-GRNDS    GROUNDS    WWT MISCELLANEOUS GROUNDS WORK   
WWT-HT010    HEAT TRACE    WWT #5 WELL   
WWT-HT016    HEAT TRACE    WWT CARBON SKIDS 1-6   
WWT-HT007    HEAT TRACE    WWT P03A, B & C @ TANKS 345/346   
WWT-HT008    HEAT TRACE    WWT P04 PUMPS AT TANKS 345/346   
WWT-HT005    HEAT TRACE    WWT P06A & P06B PUMPS   
WWT-HT006    HEAT TRACE    WWT P09A & P09B PUMPS   
WWT-HT011    HEAT TRACE    WWT P14A & B PUMPS   
WWT-HT003    HEAT TRACE    WWT PIPING ON P07   
WWT-HT004    HEAT TRACE    WWT PIPING ON P12A & B   
WWT-HT014    HEAT TRACE    WWT POLYMER TO AERATOR BASIN OUTLET   
WWT-HT009    HEAT TRACE    WWT PQ03 PUMP   
WWT-HT013    HEAT TRACE    WWT RIVER WATER PUMPHOUSE - EAST SIDE   
WWT-HT015    HEAT TRACE    WWT SAFETY SHOWER @ TK 331   
WWT-HT002    HEAT TRACE    WWT SLUDGE WASTE - WEST SIDE OF BACK ROOM   
WWT-HT001    HEAT TRACE    WWT TANK #9 & #10 SOUTH WALL - PANEL 2L2   
WWT-HT012    HEAT TRACE    WWT TANK 342 - DOCK DRAIN   
HTR-1057    HEATER    WWT-H01 HEATER NATIONAL TANK CO. ASA B31.8 1963 COIL SIZE 4IN. STD. DWG A-25033 S/N 61511 BUILT 6-65 ITEM 1-5   
DOC VAH441    INSTRUMENT GEN    DOC-VAHH441 HIGH VIBRATION ON BLOWER BL405 VSHH PID-1-13689-D (YEARLY)   
BNS-SC101A    INSTRUMENT GEN    SPEED CONTROLLER FOR B101A VAPOR BLOWER PID DWG 31-1117-08   
WWT-UVSYST    INSTRUMENT GEN    ULTRA VIOLET TREATMENT OF FINAL EFFLUENT TO RIVER PID-14-6317-14 FINAL EFFLUENT TO RIVER   


Attachment 1 to Schedule 2.2.1

 

WWT- AAH014    INSTRUMENT GEN   WWT API SLUDGE THICKENER TANK WWT-TKT10 HIGH TORQUE ALARM PID DWG 14-5117-09 (FREQUENCY:24 MONTHS)   
WWT- AAH013    INSTRUMENT GEN   WWT BIO THICKENER TANK WWT-TKT09 HIGH TORQUE ALARM PID DWG 14-5117-09 (FREQUENCY:24 MONTHS)   
WWT- AAH012    INSTRUMENT GEN   WWT CLARIFIER TANK WWT-TK346 (ALSO KNOWN AS T3A) TORQUE HIGH ALARM PID DWG 14-5117-08 (FREQUENCY:24 MONTHS)   
WWT- INSTRU    INSTRUMENT GEN   WWT INSTRUMENTATION COST ROLL UP   
WWT- AAH011    INSTRUMENT GEN   WWT SECONDARY CLARIFIER TANK WWT-TK345 (T3B) TORQUE HIGH ALARM PID DWG 14-5117-08 (FREQUENCY:24 MONTHS)   
WWT- AHH019    INSTRUMENT GEN   WWT TORQUE ALARM FOR ME08 MIXER PID DWG 14-5117-09   
WWT- AHH018    INSTRUMENT GEN   WWT TORQUE ALARM TO ME7 SUMP MIXER SWITCH TO ME7 BIO SLUDGE DRIVE PID DWG 14-5117-09   
WWT- LOOP    INSTRUMENT GEN   WWT UNTITLED MISCELLANEOUS PROCESS INSTRUMENTATION (—DO NOT USE FOR ROUTINE WORK ORDERS. TAKE THE TIME TO FIND THE LOOP DESIGNATION YOU ARE TARGETING FOR SERVICE.—)   
WWT- LIC002    LEVEL LOOP   WWT LEVEL INDICATOR CONTROLLER API SEP RECORDER, TRANSMITTER, LAL, LAH, LS, PS, CV PID-14-5117-02 (FREQUENCY: 2 YEARS) (CRITICAL) CASCADED WITH FIC003   
WWT- LIC014    LEVEL LOOP   WWT LEVEL INDICATOR CONTROLLER FILTER FEED PUMP LR, LT, PS, LAH, LAL PID-14-5117-10 (FREQUENCY: 4 YEARS)   
WWT- LR015    LEVEL LOOP   WWT LEVEL RECORDER BACKWASH TANK TKT08 I/P, TRANSMITTER, LI, LAL, LAH, PS PID-14-5117-10 (CRITICAL)   
WWT- LS020    LEVEL LOOP   WWT LEVEL SWITCH HIGH/LOW TKT9 SLUDGE THICKNERS HIGH/LOW LEVEL TO CONTROL ROOM PID-14-5117-09 (THIS IS NOT A LOOP - SEE LAH/L 20) (STORAGE)   
WWT- LS021    LEVEL LOOP   WWT LEVEL SWITCH LAHL (THIS IS NOT A LOOP - SEE WWT-LAH/L 021) PID-14-5117-09 (STORAGE)   
WWT- LT013B    LEVEL LOOP   WWT LEVEL TRANSMITTER INDICATOR TK345 CLARIFIER LI, PS, LAH, LAL, LS (PUMP ON AT 38%) INTERLOCK TO LT013A (NOT A LOOP-SEE ALARMS) PID-14-5117-08 (CRITICAL)   
WWT- LT002B    LEVEL LOOP   WWT LEVEL TRANSMITTER TANK 344 I/P INDICATOR (FREQUENCY: 2 YEARS) PID-14-5103-06 (CRITICAL)   
WWT- LT013A    LEVEL LOOP   WWT LEVEL TRANSMITTER, SECONDARY CLARIFIER TK-346 SCUM SUMP LEVEL LT.LI.PS PID-14-5117-08 (CRITICAL)   
WWT-LI07    LEVEL LOOP   WWT-LI07 PQ-6 SUMP LEVEL   
WWT-LI08    LEVEL LOOP   WWT-LI08 PQ-7 SUMP LEVEL   
WWT-LI09    LEVEL LOOP   WWT-LI09 PQ-8 SUMP LEVEL   
WWT-LI10    LEVEL LOOP   WWT-LI10 PQ-9 SUMP LEVEL   
WWT-LI11    LEVEL LOOP   WWT-LI11 PQ-10 SUMP LEVEL   
WWT-LI12    LEVEL LOOP   WWT-LI12 PQ-11 SUMP LEVEL   
WWT-LSHL119    LEVEL LOOP   WWT-LSHL119 BENZENE NESHAP, GAS/WATER PRESSURE TANK D-104 LEVEL ALARMS, LOOP INCLUDES: LSH, LAH, LSL (OPENS SOV TO TANK MANIFOLD HEADER) DWG, NO. PID-31-2528-05   
CH-183    LIFTING DEVICE   SAF RIVER PUMPHOUSE BLDG-150 CHAIN HOIST CH-183 MANUAL   
CH-213    LIFTING DEVICE   SAF RIVER PUMPHOUSE BLDG-150 CHAIN HOIST CH-213   
TRL-496    LIFTING DEVICE   SAF RIVER PUMPHOUSE MONORAIL SYSTEM TROLLEY TRL-496   
TRL-337    LIFTING DEVICE   SAF SAFETY RIVER PUMP HOUSE BUILDING BLDG-150 MONORAIL SYSTEM TROLLEY TRL-337   
JIB-129    LIFTING DEVICE   WWT OZONE JIB JIB-129   
TRL-519    LIFTING DEVICE   WWT OZONE JIB TROLEY SYSTEM TRL-519   
CH-162    LIFTING DEVICE   WWT WASTE WATER TREATING MAIN BUILDING LIFTING DEVICE CHAIN HOIST CH-162 ELECTRIC   
TRL-228    LIFTING DEVICE   WWT WASTE WATER TREATING MONORAIL SYSTEM TROLLEY TRL-228   
JIB-114    LIFTING DEVICE   WWT WASTE WATER TREATING OUTSIDE BY BASINS JIB JIB-114   
CH-164    LIFTING DEVICE   WWT WASTE WATER TREATING OUTSIDE BY BASINS LIFTING DEVICE CHAIN HOIST CH-164 AIR   
MX-2124    MIXER   WWT BACKWASH TANK MIXER WWT-ME06 MX-2124 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-10   
WWT-ME06    MIXER   WWT BACKWASH TANK MIXER WWT-ME06 PID DWG 14-5117-10 PM BEING PERFORMED UNDER MX-2124   
WWT-ME02B    MIXER   WWT CLARIFIER MIXER AT TK345 (T3B) WWT-ME02B PID DWG 14-5117-08 PM BEING PERFORMED UNDER MX-2136   
WWT-ME02A    MIXER   WWT CLARIFIER MIXER AT TK346 (T3A) WWT-ME02A PID DWG 14-5117-08 PM BEING PERFORMED UNDER MX-2135   
MX-2135    MIXER   WWT CLARIFIER MIXER WWT-ME02A (NORTHWEST) MIXER MX-2135 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-08   
MX-2136    MIXER   WWT CLARIFIER MIXER WWT-ME02B MX-2136 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-08   


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WWT-ME03    MIXER    WWT SCUM SUMP MIXER WWT-ME03 AT TKT09 PID DWG 14-5117-09   
MX-2137    MIXER    WWT SCUM SUMP MIXER WWT-ME03 MIXER MX-2137 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-09   
WWT-ME04    MIXER    WWT SCUM SUMP MIXER WWT-ME04 AT TKT10 PID DWG 14-5117-09   
MX-2138    MIXER    WWT SCUM SUMP MIXER WWT-ME04 MIXER MX-2138 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-09   
WWT-ME07    MIXER    WWT SLUDGE THICKNER MIXER WWT-ME07 (WEST) AT TKT09 PID DWG 14-5117-09 PM BEING PERFORMED UNDER MX-2139   
MX-2139    MIXER    WWT SLUDGE THICKNER MIXER WWT-ME07 (WEST) MIXER MX-2139 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-09   
WWT-ME08    MIXER    WWT SLUDGE THICKNER MIXER WWT-ME08 (EAST) AT TKT10 PID DWG 14-5117-09 PM BEING PERFORMED UNDER MX-2140   
MX-2140    MIXER    WWT SLUDGE THICKNER MIXER WWT-ME08 (EAST) MIXER MX-2140 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-09   
S4M4-MEI5    MOTOR    480V 1 HP MOTOR FOR SLUDGE CONVEYOR   
S4M4-EF7    MOTOR    480V 3/4HP MOTOR FOR EXHAUST FAN #7   
S4M4-LP1D    MOTOR    NO DESC   
M-1204    MOTOR    WWT AERATOR WWT-ME01A MOTOR M-1204104 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-07 50/22HP / 1775/885RPM / EB365T FRAME   
M-1205    MOTOR    WWT AERATOR WWT-ME01B MOTOR M-1205 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-07 50/22HP / 1775/885RPM / 356T FRAME   
M-1206    MOTOR    WWT AERATOR WWT-ME01C MOTOR M-1206 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-07 50/22HP / 1775/885RPM / 356T FRAME   
M-1207    MOTOR    WWT AERATOR WWT-ME01D MOTOR M-1207 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-07 50/22HP / 1775/885RPM / 365T FRAME   
M-1430    MOTOR    WWT AERATOR WWT-ME01E MOTOR M-1430 50 HP / 1770 RPM / 326TC FRAME PID DWG WWT-16-14309-07   
M-1431    MOTOR    WWT AERATOR WWT-ME01F MOTOR M-1431 50 HP / 1770 RPM / 326TC FRAME PID DWG WWT-16-14309-07   
M-1433    MOTOR    WWT AERATOR WWT-ME01G MOTOR M-1433 50 HP / 1770 RPM / 326TC TE FRAME PID DWG WWT-16-14309-07   
M-1432    MOTOR    WWT AERATOR WWT-ME01H MOTOR M-1432 50 HP / 1770 RPM / 326TC FRAME PID DWG WWT-16-14309-07   
M-1002    MOTOR    WWT API SLUDGE PUMP WWT-PQ03 MOTOR M-1002 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-01 15HP / 1760RPM / 254T FRAME   
M-0894    MOTOR    WWT API SLUDGE PUMP WWT-PQ06 MOTOR M-0894 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-01 20HP / 1745RPM/ 256T FRAME   
M-0941    MOTOR    WWT API SLUDGE PUMP WWT-PQ07 MOTOR M-0941 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-02 15HP / 1745RPM / 284U FRAME   
M-1058    MOTOR    WWT API SLUDGE SUMP PUMP WWT-PQ04 MOTOR M-1058 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-02 15HP / 1765RPM / 254T FRAME   
M-1555    MOTOR    WWT BACKWASH RETURN TO AERATION PUMP WWT-P12A MOTOR M-1555 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-10 5 HP / 1750 RPM / 184TP FRAME   
M-1213    MOTOR    WWT BACKWASH RETURN TO AERATION PUMP WWT-P12B MOTOR M-1213 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-10 5 HP / 1750 RPM/ 184TP FRAME SINGLE LINE NO. 11-13911-D   
M-2222    MOTOR    WWT BACKWASH TANK MIXER WWT-ME06 MOTOR M-1224 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-10 15HP / 1800RPM / 254T FRAME   
M-2068    MOTOR    WWT CLARIFIER SCUM PUMP WWT-P04A MOTOR M-2068 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-08 1.5 HP / 1730 RPM/ 145T FRAME   
M-1553    MOTOR    WWT CLARIFIER SCUM PUMP WWT-P04B MOTOR STARTER M-1553 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-08 1 HP / 1735 RPM / 143T FRAME SINGLE LINE NO. 11-13911-D   
M-1557    MOTOR    WWT CLARIFIER TANK MIXER WWT-ME02A MOTOR M-1557 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-08 1HP / 1730RPM/ FRAME   
M-1558    MOTOR    WWT CLARIFIER TANK MIXER WWT-ME02B MOTOR M-1558 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-08 1HP / 1750RPM/ 143BC FRAME   
M-1569    MOTOR    WWT DOCK DRAIN TANK PUMP WWT-PN032 MOTOR M-1569 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-04 3HP / 1730 / 182T FRAME   
M-1850    MOTOR    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-143-2 MOTOR M-1850 (N.E COPELANDS COVE) NOT ON PIDS 1HP / 3450RPM / K56Y FRAME   
M-1849    MOTOR    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-CC01 MOTOR M-1849 (COPELANDS COVE) NOT ON PIDS 1HP / 3450RPM / K56Y FRAME   
M-1847    MOTOR    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-D01 MOTOR M-1847 (@ E. NO.2 PH OUTSIDE FENCE) NOT ON PIDS 1HP / 3450RPM / K56Y FRAME   
M-1890    MOTOR    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-D01A (@ E. NO. 2 PH OUTSIDE FENCE) MOTOR M-1890   
M-1857    MOTOR    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-F01 MOTOR M-1857 (W. SIDE FURFURAL) NOT ON PIDS 1HP / 3450RPM / K56Y FRAME   
M-1843    MOTOR    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-LC01 MOTOR M-1843 (@ RIVER WIER N. WEST) NOT ON PIDS 1HP / 3450RPM / K56Y FRAME   
M-1844    MOTOR    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-LC02 MOTOR M-1844 (@ RIVER WIER N EAST) NOT ON PIDS 1HP / 3450RPM / K56Y FRAME   
M-1845    MOTOR    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-LC03 MOTOR M-1845 (@ RIVER WIER S EAST) NOT ON PIDS 1HP / 3450RPM K56Y FRAME   
M-1846    MOTOR    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-LC04 MOTOR M-1846 (@ RIVER WIER S. WEST) NOT ON PIDS 1HP / 3450RPM / K56Y FRAME   
M-1855    MOTOR    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-LF01 MOTOR M-1855 (OUTSIDE EAST FENCE) NOT ON PIDS 1HP / 3450RPM / K56Y FRAME   


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M-1848    MOTOR    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-LF02 MOTOR M-1848 (NEAR COGEN RIVER P H OUTSIDE FENCE) NOT ON PIDS 1HP / 3450RPM / K56Y FRAME   
M-1856    MOTOR    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-MW110 MOTOR M-1856 (W VPS CONTROL ROOM) NOT ON PIDS 1HP / 3450RPM / K56Y FRAME   
M-1851    MOTOR    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-S01 MOTOR M-1851 (EAST OF TANK NO. 118) NOT ON PIDS 1HP / 3450RPM / K56Y FRAME   
M-1852    MOTOR    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-S02 MOTOR M-1852 (EAST OF TANK NO. 118) NOT ON PIDS 1HP / 3450RPM / K56Y FRAME   
M-1853    MOTOR    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-S03 MOTOR M-1853 (EAST OF TANK NO. 119) NOT ON PIDS 1HP / 3450RPM / K56Y FRAME   
M-1854    MOTOR    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-S04 MOTOR M-1854 (EAST OF TANK NO. 119) NOT ON PIDS 1HP / 3450RPM / K56Y FRAME   
M-1840    MOTOR    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-TF01 MOTOR M-1840 (@ TANK NO. 26) NOT ON PIDS 1HP / 3450RPM / K56Y FRAME   
M-1841    MOTOR    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-TF02 MOTOR M-1841 (@ TANK NO. 51) NOT ON PIDS 1HP / 3450RPM / K56Y FRAME   
M-1842    MOTOR    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-TF03 MOTOR M-1842 (@ NO.2 PUMPHOUSE) NOT ON PIDS 1HP / 3450RPM / K56Y FRAME   
M-2063    MOTOR    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-TF04 MOTOR M-2063 NORTH OF TANK NO. 6 PID 15-1803-13 1HP / 3450RPM / K56Y FRAME   
M-1218    MOTOR    WWT FILTER BACKWASH PUMP WWT-P06A MOTOR M-1218 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-10 150HP / 1780RPM / 5006P FRAME   
M-1217    MOTOR    WWT FILTER BACKWASH PUMP WWT-P06B MOTOR M-1217 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-10 150HP / 1775RPM / 5006P FRAME SINGLE LINE DWG # 11-13912-D   
M-1556    MOTOR    WWT FILTER FEED PUMP WWT-P05A MOTOR M-1556 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-10 100HP / 1775RPM / 404TP   
M-1215    MOTOR    WWT FILTER FEED PUMP WWT-P05B MOTOR M-1215 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-10 100HP / 1775RPM / 404TP   
      FRAME SINGLE LINE NO. 11-13911-D   
M-1219    MOTOR    WWT FILTER SURFACE WASH PUMP WWT-P09A MOTOR M-1219 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-10 30HP / 1750RPM / 286TP FRAME   
M-1220    MOTOR    WWT FILTER SURFACE WASH PUMP WWT-P09B MOTOR M-1220 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-10 30HP / 1750RPM / 286TP FRAME SINGLE LINE NO. 11-13911-D   
M-0002    MOTOR    WWT GAS OIL TRANSFER PUMP MOTOR M-0002 FOR PN-023 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-03 (40 HP / 3540 RPM / FRAME)   
M-1474    MOTOR    WWT NO. 1 FLIGHT BOARD GEARBOX WWT-API-01 MOTOR M-1474 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-01 .05HP / 1725 / 1425RPM / FRAME K56   
M-0214    MOTOR    WWT NO. 1 WATER WELL PUMP WWT-WELL01 MOTOR M-0214 PID DWG POH-16-14287-01 100 HP / 1775 RPM / 404 TP WPI FRAME   
M-0329    MOTOR    WWT NO. 2 FLIGHT BOARD WWT-API-02 MOTOR M-0329 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-01 0.5HP / 1725/1425RPM / K56 FRAME   
M-0567    MOTOR    WWT NO. 3 FLIGHT BOARD GEARBOX WWT-API-03 MOTOR M-0567 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-01 .05HP / 1725 / 1425RPM / FRAME K56   
M-0207    MOTOR    WWT NO. 3 SERVICE WATER PUMP WWT-P3SW MOTOR M-0207 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-15 125HP / 1770 RPM / 6323P FRAME   
M-0216    MOTOR    WWT NO. 3 WATER WELL PUMP WWT-WELL03 MOTOR M-0216 PID DWG POH-16-14287-01 (100HP/   
M-1568    MOTOR    WWT NO. 4 FLIGHT BOARD WWT-API-04 MOTOR M-1568 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-01 0.5HP / 1725RPM / 56 FRAME   
M-0328    MOTOR    WWT NO. 5 FLIGHT BOARD WWT-API-05 MOTOR M-0328 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-01 0.5HP / 1725/1425RPM / K5 FRAME   
M-1034    MOTOR    WWT NO. 5 WELL PUMP MOTOR NUMBER M-1034 PID DWG POH-18-3226-01 125 H/P   
M-0326    MOTOR    WWT NO. 6 FLIGHT BOARD WWT-API-06 MOTOR M-0326 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-01 0.50HP / 1725/1425RPM / K56 FRAME SINGLE LINE DWG.11-13913-D   
M-0579    MOTOR    WWT NO. 6 WELL PUMP WWT-P-1287 MOTOR M-0579 PID DWG POH-16-14287-01 125 HP / 1770RPM / 405TP FRAME   
M-1570    MOTOR    WWT NO. 7 FLIGHT BOARD WWT-API-07 MOTOR M-1570 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-01 0.5HP / 1725RPM / HP56 FRAME   
M-1906    MOTOR    WWT NO. 7 WATER WELL PUMP MOTOR WWT-WELL07 M-1906 PID 18-3226-01   
M-1567    MOTOR    WWT NO. 8 FLIGHT BOARD WWT-API-08 MOTOR M-1567 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-01 0.5HP / 1725RPM / HP56 FRAME   
M-1566    MOTOR    WWT NO. 9 FLIGHT BOARD WWT-API-09 MOTOR M-1566 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-01 0.5HP / 1725RPM / FRAME   
M-1768    MOTOR    WWT NO. 1 FIRE WATER BOOSTER PUMP MOTOR WWT-P1 FW M-l768 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-15 60 HP / 1775 RPM / 364TP FRAME   
M-0245    MOTOR    WWT NO. 2 FIRE WATER PUMP WWT-P2FW MOTOR M-0245 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-15 150HP / 1750RPM / 6324P FRAME   
M-0208    MOTOR    WWT NO. 4 SERVICE WATER PUMP WWT-P4SW MOTOR M-0208 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-15 125 HP / 1775 RPM / 6323P FRAME   
M-0219    MOTOR    WWT NO.4 WATER WELL PUMP MOTOR WWT-WELL04 M-0219 PID DWG POH-16-14287-01 100 HP / 1800 RPM / 445 FRAME   
M-1884    MOTOR    WWT NO.8 SERVICE WATER PUMP WWT-P8SW MOTOR M-1884 PID DWG 14-   
M-1427    MOTOR    WWT OILY WATER CIRCULATING PUMP WWT-P15 MOTOR M-1427 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-06 HP 7.5 / RPM 1750 / FRAME 213T SINGLE LINE NO. 11-13911-D   
M-1203    MOTOR    WWT PRIMARY LIFT PUMP (MIDDLE) WWT-P01B MOTOR M-1203 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-02 75HP / 1770RPM / 365TP FRAME   
M-1202    MOTOR    WWT PRIMARY LIFT PUMP WWT-P01A MOTOR M-1202 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-02 75HP / 1780RPM / 365TP FRAME   
M-1200    MOTOR    WWT PRIMARY LIFT PUMP WWT-P01C MOTOR M-1200 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-02 (75 HP / 1775 RPM / 365TP FRAME) P8   


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M-1559    MOTOR    WWT PRIMARY LIFT PUMP WWT-P01D MOTOR M-1559 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-02 75HP / 1780RPM/ 365TP-TE FRAME   
M-1225    MOTOR    WWT PRIMARY LIFT PUMP WWT-P10A MOTOR M-1225 7.5HP / 1155RPM / 44-256T-41 FRAME (OUT OF SERVICE)   
M-1222    MOTOR    WWT PROCESSED WATER TO SCALTECH PUMP SPARE MOTOR M-1222 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-10 10HP / 3500RPM / 215T FRAME SINGLE LINE NO. 11-13911-D   
M-1221    MOTOR    WWT PROCESSED WATER TO SCALTECH PUMP WWT-P07A MOTOR M-1221 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-10 10HP / 3500RPM / 215T FRAME   
M-0066    MOTOR    WWT RGO PUMP WWT-PN027 MOTOR M-0066 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-03 25 HP / 3555RPM / 365S FRAME   
M-1564    MOTOR    WWT SAMPLE PUMP WWT-P13 MOTOR M-1564 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-14 2HP / 1725RPM / 145T-4 FRAME   
M-1237    MOTOR    WWT SCUM SUMP MIXER WWT-ME03 MIXER MOTOR M-1237 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-09   
M-1820    MOTOR    WWT SCUM SUMP MIXER WWT-ME04 MOTOR M-1820 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-09   
M-0915    MOTOR    WWT SLOP OIL PUMP WWT-PQ08 MOTOR M-0915 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-01 20HP / 1755RPM / 256T FRAME   
M-1208    MOTOR    WWT SLUDGE RECYCLE PUMP (MIDDLE) WWT-P03B MOTOR M-1208 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-08 30HP / 1160RPM / 326TS FRAME SINGLE LINE NO. 11-13911-D   
M-1210    MOTOR    WWT SLUDGE RECYCLE PUMP (NORTH) WWT-P03A MOTOR M-1210 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-08 30HP / 1160RPM / 326TS FRAME   
M-1209    MOTOR    WWT SLUDGE RECYCLE PUMP (SOUTH) WWT-P03C MOTOR M-1209 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-08 30HP / 1160RPM / 326TS FRAME SINGLE LINE NO. 11-13911-D   
M-1226    MOTOR    WWT SLUDGE STORAGE PUMP WWT-P10B MOTOR M-1226 7.5HP / 1155RPM / 24-256T-41 FRAME (OUT OF SERVICE)   
M-1059    MOTOR    WWT SLUDGE SUMP PUMP WWT-PQ02 P-1059 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-02 15 HP / 1760 RPM / 254T FRAME   
M-1572    MOTOR    WWT SLUDGE THICKENER PUMP WWT-P08B MOTOR M-1572 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-09 3HP / 1725RPM / 23-215T-21 FRAME SINGLE LINE NO. 11-13911-D   
M-1571    MOTOR    WWT SLUDGE THICKENER PUMP WWT-P08C MOTOR M-1571 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-09 3HP / 1725 RPM / 23-215T-21 FRAME SINGLE LINE NO. 11-13911-D   
M-1563    MOTOR    WWT SLUDGE THICKNER MIXER WWT-ME08 MOTOR M-1563 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-09 0.75HP / 1740RPM / 143TC FRAME   
M-1562    MOTOR    WWT SLUDGE THINCKNER MIXER WWT-ME07 MOTOR M-1562 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-09 1HP / 1740RPM / 1143TC FRAME   
M-1470    MOTOR    WWT SURGE TANK 333/335/342 WATER TRANSFER PUMP WWT-P15A MOTOR M-1470 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-03 7.5 HP / 3520 RPM / X210LP FRAME SINGLE LINE NO. 11-13930-D   
M-1471    MOTOR    WWT SURGE TANK 333/335/342 WATER TRANSFER PUMP WWT-P15B MOTOR M-1471 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-03 7.55 HP / 3520 RPM / FRAME) SINGLE LINE NO. 11-13930-D   
M-1248    MOTOR    WWT TANK FARM SEPARATOR PUMP WWT-P14A MOTOR M-1248 (NEAR TANK 117) NORTH PUMP 20 HP / 1750 RPM / 256T FRAME NOT ON PID - NEED TO BE DRAWN IN   
M-1249    MOTOR    WWT TANK FARM SEPARATOR PUMP WWT-P14B MOTOR M-1249 (NEAR TANK 117) NORTH PUMP 20 HP / 1760 / 256T FRAME NOT ON PID - NEED TO BE DRAWN IN   
M-1902    MOTOR    WWT THERMAL OXIDIZER STACK WWT-TOX BLOWER MOTOR M-1902 (SOUTH SIDE)   
M-1903    MOTOR    WWT THERMAL OXIDIZER STACK WWT-TOX BLOWER MOTOR M-1903 (NORTH SIDE)   
M-1573    MOTOR    WWT THICKENER SLUDGE PUMP WWT-P08A MOTOR M-1573 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-09 1.5HP / 1725RPM / 23-215T-21 FRAME SINGLE LINE NO. 11-13912-D   
M-2185    MOTOR    WWT TRAP OIL TRANSFER PUMP WWT-PQ01 MOTOR M-1561 100 HP / 1180 RPM/Frame - 444T   
M-1818    MOTOR    WWT UV LIGHT AIR BLOWER WWT-BL201 MOTOR M-1818 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-14   
S4MS4-ME15    MOTOR STARTER    480V MOTOR STARTER FOR S4M4-ME15   
S4MS4-ME1A    MOTOR STARTER    WWT AERATOR WWT-ME01A MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-07 50/22HP / 1775/885RPM / EB365T FRAME   
S4MS4-MEIB    MOTOR STARTER    WWT AERATOR WWT-ME01B MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-07 50/22HP / 1775/885RPM / 356T FRAME   
S4MS4-ME1C    MOTOR STARTER    WWT AERATOR WWT-ME01C MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-07 50/22HP / 1775/885RPM / 356T FRAME   
S4MS4-ME1D    MOTOR STARTER    WWT AERATOR WWT-ME01D MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-07 50/22HP / 1775/885RPM / 365T FRAME   
S2MS4-PQ3    MOTOR STARTER    WWT API SLUDGE PUMP WWT-PQ03 MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-01 15HP / 1760RPM / 254T FRAME   
S2MS4-PQ06    MOTOR STARTER    WWT API SLUDGE PUMP WWT-PQ06 MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-01 20HP / 1745RPM / 256T FRAME EOL DWG# 11-13913-D   
S2MS4-PQ7    MOTOR STARTER    WWT API SLUDGE PUMP WWT-PQ07 MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-02 15HP / 1745RPM / 284U FRAME   
S2MS4-PQ4    MOTOR STARTER    WWT API SLUDGE SUMP PUMP WWT-PQ04 MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-02 15HP / 1765RPM / 254T FRAME   
S4MS4-P12A    MOTOR STARTER    WWT BACKWASH RETURN TO AERATION PUMP WWT-P12A MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-10 5 HP / 1750 RPM / 184TP FRAME   
S4MS4-P12B    MOTOR STARTER    WWT BACKWASH RETURN TO AERATION PUMP WWT-P12B MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-10 5HP / 1750RPM / 184TP FRAME SINGLE LINE NO. 11-13911-D   
S4MS4-ME6    MOTOR STARTER    WWT BACKWASH TANK MIXER WWT-ME06 MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-10 15HP / 1765RPM / 254T FRAME   
S4MS4-EF7    MOTOR STARTER    WWT BLDG-148 EXHAUST FAN 480V MOTOR STARTER FOR S4M4-EF7   
S4MS4-P4A    MOTOR STARTER    WWT CLARIFIER SCUM PUMP WWT-P04A MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-08 1.5 HP / 1730 RPM / 145T FRAME   
S4MS4-P4B    MOTOR STARTER    WWT CLARIFIER SCUM PUMP WWT-P04B MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-08 3 HP / 1735 RPM / 143T FRAME SINGLE LINE NO. 11-13911-D   


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S4MS4-ME2A    MOTOR STARTER    WWT CLARIFIER TANK MIXER WWT-ME02A MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-08 1HP/1730RPM/ FRAME   
S4MS4-ME2B    MOTOR STARTER    WWT CLARIFIER TANK MIXER WWT-ME02B MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-08 1HP/1750RPM/143BC FRAME   
S4MS5-P6A    MOTOR STARTER    WWT FILTER BACKWASH PUMP WWT-P06A MOTOR PID DWG WWT-16-14309-10 150HP/1780RPM/5006P FRAME   
S4MS5-P6B    MOTOR STARTER    WWT FILTER BACKWASH PUMP WWT-P06B MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-10 150HP/ 1775RPM/ 5006P FRAME SINGLE LINE DWG # 11-13912-D   
S4MS4-P5A    MOTOR STARTER    WWT FILTER FEED PUMP WWT-P05A MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-10 100HP /1775RPM / 404TP   
S4MS4-P5B    MOTOR STARTER    WWT FILTER FEED PUMP WWT-P05B MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-10 100HP/ 1775RPM/404TP FRAME SINGLE LINE NO. 11-13911-D   
S4MS4-P9A    MOTOR STARTER    WWT FILTER SURFACE WASH PUMP WWT-P09A MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-10 30HP/ 1750RPM / 286TP FRAME   
S4MS4-P9B    MOTOR STARTER    WWT FILTER SURFACE WASH PUMP WWT-P09B MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-10 30HP / 1750RPM/386TP FRAME SINGLE LINE NO. 11-13911-D   
S2MS4-PN23    MOTOR STARTER    WWT GAS OIL TRANSFER PUMP MOTOR STARTER M-0002 FOR PID DWG WWT-16-14309-03 (40 HP / 3540 RPM / FRAME)   
S2MS4-API1    MOTOR STARTER    WWT NO. 1 FLIGHT BOARD GEARBOX WWT-API-01 MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-01 .05HP/ 1725 / 1425RPM/FRAME K56   
S3MS4-1WELL    MOTOR STARTER    WWT NO. 1 WATER WELL PUMP WWT-WELL01 MOTOR PID DWG POH-16-14287-01 100 HP/1775 RPM/404 TP WPI FRAME   
S2MS4-API2    MOTOR STARTER    WWT NO. 2 FLIGHT BOARD WWT-API-02 MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-01 0.5HP / 1725/1425RPM/ K56 FRAME   
S2MS4-API3    MOTOR STARTER    WWT NO. 3 FLIGHT BOARD GEARBOX WWT-AFI-03 MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-01 .05HP/ 1725/1425RPM/FRAME K56   
S2MS5-P3SW    MOTOR STARTER    WWT NO. 3 SERVICE WATER PUMP WWT-P3SW MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-15 125HP/1770 RPM/6323P FRAME   
S2MS4-API4    MOTOR STARTER    WWT NO. 4 FLIGHT BOARD WWT-API-04 MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-01 0.5HP / 1725RPM/ 56 FRAME   
S2MS4-API5    MOTOR STARTER    WWT NO. 5 FLIGHT BOARD WWT-API-05 MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-01 0.5HP / 1725/1425RPM/ K5 FRAME   
S3MS4-WELL5    MOTOR STARTER    WWT NO. 5 WELL PUMP MOTOR STARTER PID DWG POH-18-3226-01 125 H/P EOL DWG# 11-13914-D   
S2MS4-API6    MOTOR STARTER    WWT NO. 6 FLIGHT BOARD WWT-API-06 MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-01 0.50HP/ 1725/1425RPM / K56 FRAME SINGLE LINE DWG.11-13913-D   
S2MS4-PQ6    MOTOR STARTER    WWT NO. 6 WELL PUMP WWT-P-1287 MOTOR STARTER PID DWG POH-16-14287-01 125 HP/ 1770RPM / 405TP FRAME   
S2MS4-API7    MOTOR STARTER    WWT NO. 7 FLIGHT BOARD WWT-API-07 MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-01 0.5HP/1725RPM/HP56 FRAME   
S2MS4-API8    MOTOR STARTER    WWT NO 8 FLIGHT BOARD WWT-API-08 MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-01 0.5HP/1725RPM/HP56 FRAME   
S2MS4-API9    MOTOR STARTER    WWT NO. 9 FLIGHT BOARD WWT-API-09 MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-01 0.5HP/ 1725RPM/ FRAME   
S3MS5-FP1A    MOTOR STARTER    WWT NO. 1 FIRE WATER BOOSTER PUMP MOTOR WWT-PIFW PID DWG WWT-16-14309-15 60 HP/ 1775 RPM / 364TP FRAME   
S2MS5-P2FW    MOTOR STARTER    WWT NO.2 FIRE WATER PUMP WWT-P2FW MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-15 150HP/1750RPM/ 6324P FRAME   
S2MS5-P4SW    MOTOR STARTER    WWT N0.4 SERVICE WATER PUMP WWT-P4SW MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-15 125 HP/ 1775 RPM / 6323P FRAME   
S4MS4-PI5    MOTOR STARTER    WWT OILY WATER CIRCULATING PUMP WWT-P15 MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-06 HP 7.5 / RPM 1750 / FRAME 213T SINGLE LINE NO. 11-13911-D   
S4MS4-LP1B    MOTOR STARTER    WWT PRIMARY LIFT PUMP (MIDDLE) WWT-P01B MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-02 75HP / 1770RPM/365TP FRAME   
S4MS4-LP1D    MOTOR STARTER    WWT PRIMARY LIFT PUMP WWT-LP1D MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-02 75HP / 1780RPM / 365TP-TE FRAME480V   
S4MS4-LP1A    MOTOR STARTER    WWT PRIMARY LIFT PUMP WWT-P01A MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-02 75HP / 1780RPM / 365TP FRAME   
S4MS4-LPIC    MOTOR STARTER    WWT PRIMARY LIFT PUMP WWT-P01C MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-02 (75 HP / 1775 RPM/ 365TP FRAME)   
S4MS4-P10A    MOTOR STARTER    WWT PRIMARY LIFT PUMP WWT-P10A MOTOR STARTER 7.5HP /1155RPM / 44-256T-41 FRAME (OUT OF SERVICE)   
S4MS4-P7B    MOTOR STARTER    WWT PROCESSED WATER TO SCALTECH PUMP SPARE MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-10 10HP / 3500RPM/ 215T FRAME SINGLE LINE NO. 11-13911-D   
S4MS4-P7A    MOTOR STARTER    WWT PROCESSED WATER TO SCALTECH PUMP WWT-P07A MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-10 10HP / 3500RPM / 215T FRAME   
S2MS4-PN27    MOTOR STARTER    WWT RGO PUMP WWT-PN027 MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-03 25 HP / 3555RPM / 365S FRAME   
S4MS4-P13    MOTOR STARTER    WWT SAMPLE PUMP WWT-P13 MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-14 2HP/ 1725RPM / 145T-4 FRAME   
S4MS4-ME3    MOTOR STARTER    WWT SCUM SUMP MIXER WWT-ME03 MIXER MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-09   
S4MS4-ME4    MOTOR STARTER    WWT SCUM SUMP MIXER WWT-ME04 MOTOR M-1820 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-09   
S2MS4-PQ8    MOTOR STARTER    WWT SLOP OIL PUMP WWT-PQ08 MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-01 20HP/ 1755RPM/256T FRAME   
S4MS4-P3B    MOTOR STARTER    WWT SLUDGE RECYCLE PUMP (MIDDLE) WWT-P03B MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-08 30HP 1160RPM/ 326TS FRAME SINGLE LINE NO. 11-13911-D   


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S4MS4-P3A    MOTOR STARTER    WWT SLUDGE RECYCLE PUMP (NORTH) WWT-P03A MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-08 30HP / 1160RPM / 326TS FRAME   
S4MS4-P3C    MOTOR STARTER    WWT SLUDGE RECYCLE PUMP (SOUTH) WWT-P03C MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-08 30HP / 1160RPM / 326TS FRAME SINGLE LINE NO. 11-13911-D   
S4MS4-P10B    MOTOR STARTER    WWT SLUDGE STORAGE PUMP WWT-P10B MOTOR STARTER 7.5HP / 1155RPM / 24-256T-41 FRAME (OUT OF SERVICE)   
S2M4-PQ2    MOTOR STARTER    WWT SLUDGE SUMP PUMP MOTOR STARTER WWT-PQ02 P-1059 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-02 15 HP/ 1760 RPM/ 254T FRAME   
S4MS4-ME7    MOTOR STARTER    WWT SLUDGE THICKENER MIXER WWT-ME07 MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-09 1 HP / 1740RPM/ J143TC FRAME   
S4MS4-P8B    MOTOR STARTER    WWT SLUDGE THICKENER PUMP WWT-P08B MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-09 3HP / 1725RPM/ 23-215T-21 FRAME SINGLE LINE NO. 11-13911-D   
S4MS4-P8C    MOTOR STARTER    WWT SLUDGE THICKENER PUMP WWT-P08C MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-09 3HP / 1725 RPM / 23-215T-21 FRAME SINGLE LINE NO. 11-13911-D   
S4MS4-ME8    MOTOR STARTER    WWT SLUDGE THICKNER MIXER WWT-ME08 MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-09 0.75HP / 1740RPM / 143TC FRAME   
S2MS4-WWTP15A    MOTOR STARTER    WWT SURGE TANK 333/335/342 WATER TRANSFER PUMP WWT-P15A MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-03 7.5 HP / 3520 RPM/ X210LP FRAME SINGLE LINE NO. 11-13930-D   
S2MS4-WWTP15B    MOTOR STARTER    WWT SURGE TANK 333/335/342 WATER TRANSFER PUMP WWT-P15B MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-03 7.55 HP / 3520 RPM / FRAME) SINGLE LINE NO. 11-13930-D   
S3MS4-P14A    MOTOR STARTER    WWT TANK FARM SEPARATOR PUMP WWT-P14A MOTOR STARTER (NEAR TANK 117) NORTH PUMP 20 HP / 1750 RPM / 256T FRAME NOT ON PID - NEED TO BE DRAWN IN EOL DWG# 11-13923-D   
S3MS4-P14B    MOTOR STARTER    WWT TANK FARM SEPARATOR PUMP WWT-P14B MOTOR STARTER (NEAR TANK 117) NORTH PUMP 20 HP / 1760 / 256T FRAME NOT ON PID - NEED TO BE DRAWN IN EOL DWG# 11-13923-D   
S4MS4-P8A    MOTOR STARTER    WWT THICKENER SLUDGE PUMP WWT-P08A MOTOR STARTER PID DWG WWT-16-14309-09 1.5HP/1725RPM/ 23-215T-21 FRAME SINGLE LINE NO. 11-13912-D   
S2MS4-PQ1    MOTOR STARTER    WWT TRAP OIL TRANSFER PUMP WWT-PQ01 MOTOR STARTER 40HP / 885RPM / 365T FRAME   
S4P3-2    PANEL    100A 12 POLE LIGHTING PANEL   
S4P3-5    PANEL    100A 12 POLE LIGHTING PANEL   
S4P3-4    PANEL    100A 36 POLE LIGHTING PANEL   
S4P3-6    PANEL    225A 36 POLE 3 PHASE 4 WIRE LIGHTING PANEL   
S4P3-3    PANEL    225A 42 POLE LIGHTING PANEL   
S4P3-14    PANEL    24 POLE 120/240V 100A LIGHTING & POWER DISTR PNL   
S4P3-15    PANEL    HEAT TRACE PANEL MANIFOLD #1   
S2P3-14    PANEL    LIGHTING PANEL D902 ON BENZENE NESHAP UNIT   
S2P3-13    PANEL    LIGHTING PANEL IN WWT SLOP AREA   
WWT-PIPE    PIPING    PIPING WWT PROJECT TRACKING.   
WSY-PIPE    PIPING    WSY WATER SYSTEM PIPING MISCELLANIOUS WSY-PIPE   
POH-PT501    PRESS LOOP    FCC PRESSURE TRANSMITTER, TRANSCO (WOODBURY HUT) (QUARTERLY) THIS AREA UNDER DIRECTION OF WWT   
WWT-PT03    PRESS LOOP    PRESSURE TRANSMITTER FOR P3 SERVICE WATER PUMP PID-14-3117-15   
WWT-PT04    PRESS LOOP    PRESSURE TRANSMITTER FOR P4 SERVICE WATER PUMP PID-14-3117-15   
WWT- PIC06    PRESS LOOP    WWT PRESSURE INDICATOR CONTROLLER FIRE WATER STAND-BY PT,PS,PV PID-14-3117-15 (FREQUENCY: 2 YEARS)   
WWT-PIC05    PRESS LOOP    WWT PRESSURE INDICATOR CONTROLLER, 5SW PUMP PID-14-3117-15   
WWT-PAL1    PRESS LOOP    WWT-PAL1 PLC CABINET PURGE SYSTEM TROUBLE   
WWT-PAL15    PRESS LOOP    WWT-PAL15 NITROGEN PRESSURE AT API SEPARATOR   
P-3116    PUMP    P-3116 WWT RIVER WEIR PNEUMATIC TRIDENT PISTON PUMP, MODEL DT01 SERIAL 275   
P-1777    PUMP    WWT API SLUDGE PUMP WWT-PQ03 P-1777 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-02 MIDDLE PUMP EAST SIDE OF API SEPERATOR   
P-1714    PUMP    WWT API SLUDGE PUMP WWT-PQ06 P-1714 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-01   
P-1732    PUMP    WWT API SLUDGE PUMP WWT-PQ07 P-1732 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-02   
P-1886    PUMP    WWT API SLUDGE SUMP PUMP WWT-PQ04 P-1886 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-01 SOUTH SIDE OF SEPERATOR   
P-2114    PUMP    WWT BACKWASH RETURN TO AEREATION PUMP WWT-P12A P-2114 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-10   
P-2113    PUMP    WWT BACKWASH RETURN TO AEREATION PUMP WWT-P12B P-2113 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-10   
P-3020    PUMP    WWT CLARIFIER SCUM PUMP WWT-P04A P-3020 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-08   
P-2112    PUMP    WWT CLARIFIER SCUM PUMP WWT-P04B P-2112 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-08   
P-2109    PUMP    WWT CLARIFIER SLUDGE RECYCLE PUMP (MIDDLE) WWT-P03B P-2109 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-08   
P-2110    PUMP    WWT CLARIFIER SLUDGE RECYCLE PUMP (SOUTH) WWT-P03C P-2110 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-08   
P-1746    PUMP    WWT DOCK DRAIN TANK PUMP WWT-PN032 P-1746 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-04 SUBMERSIBLE PUMP   


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P-3193    PUMP    WWT DOCK DRAIN TANK PUMP WWT-PN032 P-3193 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-04 SUBMERSIBLE PUMP (NO PM REQUIRED)   
P-3109    PUMP    WWT DOCK DRAIN TANK PUMP WWT-PN032, P-3109 PID DWG -16-14309-04   
P-3146    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-TK-141CS P-3146 REMEDIAL SYSTEM 4” GRUNDFOS SUBMERSIBLE GROUNDWATER PUMP   
P-2802    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-143-2 P-2802 (N.E COPELANDS COVE) NOT ON PIDS NO PM REQUIRED AS OF 1-06   
P-2801    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-CC01 P-2801 (COPELANDS COVE) NOT ON PIDS   
P-2879    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-CC02 (COPELANDS COVE) NOT ON PIDS NO PM REQUIRED AS OF 1-06   
P-2799    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-D01 P-2799 (@ E. NO. 2 PH OUTSIDE FENCE) NOT ON PIDS   
P-2857    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-D01A (@ E. NO.2 PH OUTSIDE FENCE) PUMP P-2857 NO PM REQUIRED AS OF 1-06   
P-2809    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-F01 P-2809 (W. SIDE FURFURAL) NOT ON PIDS   
P-3139    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-GTA-1 P-3139 REMEDIAL SYSTEM   
P-2807    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-LF01 P-2807 (OUTSIDE EAST FENCE) NOT ON PIDS   
P-2800    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-LF02 P-2800 (NEAR COGEN RIVER P.H OUTSIDE FENCE) NOT ON PIDS   
P-2808    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-MW110 P-2808 (W. VPS CONTROL ROOM) NOT ON PIDS   
P-2795    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-RW01 P-2795 (@ RIVER WIER) NOT ON PIDS SUBMERSIBLE   
P-2796    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-RW02 P-2796 (@ RIVER WIER ) NOT ON PIDS NO PM REQUIRED AS OF 1-06 SUBMERSIBLE / AIR   
P-2797    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-RW03 P-2797 (@ RIVER WIER) NOT ON PIDS SUBMERSIBLE   
P-2798    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-RW04 P-2798 (@ RIVER WIER ) NOT ON PIDS SUBMERSIBLE / AIR   
P-3083    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-RW05 @ RIVER WEIR NOT ON PIDS NO PM REQUIRED AS OF 1-06   
P-2803    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-S01 P-2803 (EAST OF TANK NO. 118) NOT ON PIDS NO PM REQUIRED AS OF 1-06   
P-2804    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-S02 P-2804 (EAST OF TANK NO. 118) NOT ON PIDS NO PM REQUIRED AS OF 1-06   
P-2805    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-S03 P-2805 (EAST OF TANK NO. 119) NOT ON PIDS NO PM REQUIRED AS OF 1-06   
P-2806    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-S04 P-2806 (EAST OF TANK NO. 119) NOT ON PIDS NO PM REQUIRED AS OF 1-106   
P-2792    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-TF01 P-2792 (@ TANK NO. 26) NOT ON PIDS NO PM REQUIRED AS OF 1-06   
P-2793    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-TF02 P-2793 (@ TANK NO. 51) NOT ON PIDS NO PM REQUIRED AS OF 1-06   
P-2794    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-TF03 P-2794 (@ NO.2 PUMPHOUSE) NOT ON PIDS NO PM REQUIRED AS OF 1-106   
P-3017    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-TF04 P-3017 NORTH OF TANK NO. 6 PID 15-1803-13 NO PM REQUIRED AS OF 1-06   
P-3147    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-TK-14CS P-3147 REMEDIAL SYSTEM 4” GRUNDFOS SUBMERSIBLE GROUNDWATER PUMP   
P-3148    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-TK-14CS P-3148 REMEDIAL SYSTEM 2” GEOTECH/ORS GROUNDWATER PUMP   
P-3149    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-TK-14CS P-3149 REMEDIAL SYSTEM 2” GEOTECH/ORS GROUNDWATER PUMP   
P-3140    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-TK-47CS P-3140 REMEDIAL SYSTEM   
P-3142    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-TK-51CS P-3142 REMEDIAL SYSTEM   
P-3141    PUMP    WWT ECRA WELL PUMP WWT-UPRM-24S P-3141 REMEDIAL SYSTEM   
P-2123    PUMP    WWT EFFLUENT SAMPLE PUMP WWT-P13 P-2123 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-14   
P-2057    PUMP    WWT EMERGENCY LIFT PUMP WWT-P01E FLOW PUMP P-2057 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-02   
P-2117    PUMP    WWT FILTER BACKWASH PUMP WWT-P06A P-2117 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-10   
P-2118    PUMP    WWT FILTER BACKWASH PUMP WWT-P06B P-2118 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-10   
P-2115    PUMP    WWT FILTER FEED PUMP WWT-P05A P-2115 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-10   
P-2116    PUMP    WWT FILTER FEED PUMP WWT-P05B P-2116 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-10   
P-2119    PUMP    WWT FILTER SURFACE WASH PUMP WWT-P09A P-2119 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-10   
P-2120    PUMP    WWT FILTER SURFACE WASH PUMP WWT-P09B P-2120 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-10   
P-0443    PUMP    WWT GAS OIL TRANSFER PUMP WWT-PN023 P-443 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-03   
P-2762    PUMP    WWT HYPOCHLORIDE INJECTION PUMP WWT-P16 P-2762 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-15   
P-2835    PUMP    WWT HYPOCHLORIDE INJECTION PUMP WWT-P17 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-15   
P-2862    PUMP    WWT LAB VACUUM TEST PUMP WWT-P19 P-2862 (LOCATED IN LAB TEST ROOM BEHIND DOOR)   
P-0679    PUMP    WWT NO. 1 WATER WELL PUMP WWT-WELL01 P-0679 PID DWG POH-16-14287-01   
P-0681    PUMP    WWT NO. 3 WATER WELL PUMP WWT-WELL03 P-0681 PID DWG POH-16-14287-01   
P-1281    PUMP    WWT NO. 4 WATER WELL PUMP WWT-WELL04 P-1211 PID DWG POH-16-14287-01   
P-l799    PUMP    WWT NO. 5 WATER WELL PUMP WWT-WELL05 P-1799 PID DWG POH-18-3226-011   
P-1287    PUMP    WWT NO. 6 WATER WELL PUMP WWT-WELL06 PID DWG POH-16-14287-01   
P-1692    PUMP    WWT NO.3 SERVICE WATER PUMP WWT-P35W P-1692 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-15 NOTE: SEE PAGE 6, “ COKE BREAKER”   
P-0670    PUMP    WWT NO.4 SERVICE WATER PUMP WWT-P4SW P-0670 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-15   
P-2849    PUMP    WWT NO.8 SERVICE WATER PUMP WWT-P8SW PID DWG 14.   
P-2299    PUMP    WWT OILY WATER CIRCULATING PUMP WWT-P15 P-2299 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-06   
P-2851    PUMP    WWT OILY WATER SEWER BOX PUMP WWT-P18   
P-2100    PUMP    WWT PRIMARY LIFT PUMP WWT-P01A P-2100 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-02   
P-2101    PUMP    WWT PRIMARY LIFT PUMP WWT-P01B P-2101 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-02   
P-2103    PUMP    WWT PRIMARY LIFT PUMP WWT-P01C P-2103 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-02   


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P-2102    PUMP    WWT PRIMARY LIFT PUMP WWT-P0ID P-2102 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-02   
P-2122    PUMP    WWT PROCESSED WATER TO SCALTECH PUMP SPARE P-2122 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-10   
P-2121    PUMP    WWT PROCESSED WATER TO SCALTECH PUMP WWT-P07A P-2121 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-10   
P-0447    PUMP    WWT RGO PUMP WWT-PN027 P-0447 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-03   
P-0667    PUMP    WWT SERVICE WATER PUMP WWT-P5SW P-0667 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-15   
P-1686    PUMP    WWT SLOP OIL PUMP WWT-PQ08 P-1686 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-01 (API SEPARATOR SOUTHWEST SIDE)   
P-2108    PUMP    WWT SLUDGE RECYCLE PUMP (NORTH) WWT-P03A P-2108 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-08   
P-2125    PUMP    WWT SLUDGE STORAGE PUMP WWT-P10A P-2125 (OUT OF SERVICE)   
P-2126    PUMP    WWT SLUDGE STORAGE PUMP WWT-P10B P-2126 (OUT OF SERVICE)   
P-1786    PUMP    WWT SLUDGE SUMP PUMP WWT-PQ02 P-1786 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-02   
P-2130    PUMP    WWT SLUDGE THICKENER PUMP WWT-P08A P-2130 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-09   
P-2128    PUMP    WWT SLUDGE THICKENER PUMP WWT-P08B P-2128 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-09   
P-2131    PUMP    WWT SLUDGE THICKENER PUMP WWT-P08C P-2131 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-09   
P-2341    PUMP    WWT SURGE TANK 333/335/342 WATER TRANSFER PUMP WWT-P15A P-2341 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-03   
P-2342    PUMP    WWT SURGE TANK 333/335/342 WATER TRANSFER PUMP WWT-P15B P-2342 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-03   
P-2143    PUMP    WWT TANK FARM SEPARATOR PUMP WWT-P14A P-2143 (NEAR TANK 117) NORTH PUMP NOT ON PID - NEED TO BE DRAWN IN   
P-2144    PUMP    WWT TANK FARM SEPARATOR PUMP WWT-P14B P-2144 (NEAR TANK 117) SOUTH PUMP NOT ON PID - NEED TO BE DRAWN IN   
P-2058    PUMP    WWT TRAP OIL TRANSFER PUMP WWT-PQ01 P-2058 (API SEPARATOR PUMP HOUSE)   
RV-250177    RELIEF VALVE    WWT BACK WASH FILTER NORTH WWT-D103 RELIEF VALVE (2” x 2-1/2” -SET @ 50 PSI) PID DWG WWT-16-14309-13   
RV-250175    RELIEF VALVE    WWT BACK WASH FILTER SOUTH WWT-D101 RELIEF VALVE (2” x 3” SET @ 50PSI) PID DWG WWT-16-14309-11   
RV-250062    RELIEF VALVE    WWT DIESEL EMERGENCY FIRE WATER PUMP WWT-P7FW RELIEF VALVE RV-250062 (6” x 8” - SET @ 150PSI) PID DWG WWT-16-14309-15   
RV-250143    RELIEF VALVE    WWT FIRE WATER STANDBY PUMP WWT-P6FW RELIEF VALVE (6” x 8” - SET @ 150PSI) PID DWG WWT-16-14309-15   
RV-250063    RELIEF VALVE    WWT FIRE WATER STANDBY PUMP WWT-F6FW TURBINE RELIEF VALVE RV-250063 (4” x 6” - SET @ 40PSI) PID DWG WWT-16-14309-15   
RV-250290    RELIEF VALVE    WWT HOT WATER HEATER WWT-PIPE RELIEF VALVE (3/4” x 3/4” - SET @ 150PSI) NOT ON PIDS   
RV-250450    RELIEF VALVE    WWT HYPO-CHLORIDE INJECTION PUMP WWT-P16 INJECTION INTO NO. 3 SERVICE WATER PUMP (1/2” x 1/2” / SET @ 150PSI) PID DWG WWT-16-14309-15   
RV-250433    RELIEF VALVE    WWT HYPO-CHLORIDE INJECTION PUMP WWT-P17 INJECTION INTO NO 3 SERVICE WATER PUMP (3/4” x 3/4” / SET @ 150PSI) PID DWG WWT-16-14309-15   
RV-250244    RELIEF VALVE    WWT INSTRUMENT AIR HEADER WWT-PIPE RELIEF VALVE (3/4” x 1” - SET @ 30PSI) PID DWG WWT-16-14309-17   
RV-250243    RELIEF VALVE    WWT INSTRUMENT AIR HEADER WWT-PIPE RELIEF VALVE (3/4” x 1” - SET @ 30PSI) PID DWG WWT-16-1430917   
RV-250408    RELIEF VALVE    WWT NO. 1 FIRE WATER BOOSTER PUMP WWT-P1FW RELIEF VALVE RV-250408 (4” x 6” - SET @ 150 PSI) PID DWG WWT-14-3117-15   
RV-250055    RELIEF VALVE    WWT NO 2 FIREWATER PUMP WWT-P2FW RELIEF VALVE (4” x 6” - SET @ 150 PSI) PID DWG 14-3117-15   
RV-250058    RELIEF VALVE    WWT NO 5 SERVICE WATER STANDBY TURBINE WWT-P5SW RELIEF VALVE RV-250058 (3” x 4” - SET @ 40PSI) PID DWG WWT-14-3117-15   
RV-250057    RELIEF VALVE    WWT NO.2 FIRE WATER PUMP WWT-P2FW RELIEF VALVE (3” x 4” - SET @ 150PSI) PID DWG WWT-16-14309-15   
RV-250517    RELIEF VALVE    WWT SEWER BOX 25A - LOCATED AT THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF THE VPS UNIT ALONG MAIN PLANT ROAD PRESSURE/VACUUM VENT (4”x 6” - 2 0PSI OF WC / .05 0Z PER SQ.IN VACUUM)   
RV-250516    RELIEF VALVE    WWT SEWER JUNCTION BOX 14 - LOCATED AT THE SOUTHWEST CORNER OF THE API SEPARATOR ALONG WASTE WATER WAY PRESSURE/VACUUM VENT (4”x 6” / 2.0PSI OF WC / .05 OZ PER SQ. IN VACUUM)   
RV-250514    RELIEF VALVE    WWT SEWER JUNCTION BOX 3W - LOCATED ON WEST ROAD ACROSS FROM CUMENE UNIT PRESSURE/ VACUUM VENT (4”x 6” / 2.0PSI OF WC / 05 OZ PER SQ.IN VACUUM)   
RV-250518    RELIEF VALVE    WWT SEWER JUNCTION BOX 42 - LOCATED ON THE SOUTHEAST CORNER OF THE CRU ALONG CRU DRIVE PRESSURE/VACUUM VENT (4” x 6” / 2 0PSI OF WC / .05 OZ PER SQ.IN VACUUM)   
RV-250515    RELIEF VALVE    WWT SEWER JUNCTION BOX 9W - LOCATED ON WEST ROAD ACROSS FROM THE FCCU PRESSURE/VACUUM VENT (4”x 6” / 2.0PSI OF WC / .05 OZ PER SQ.IN VACUUM)   
RV-250519    RELIEF VALVE    WWT SUMP SUV12 - LOCATED SOUTH OF CONTROL ROOM ALONG THE NORTH EDGE OF THE SULFOLANE UNIT (4”x 6” / 2.0PSI OF WC / 05 OZ PER SQ.IN VACUUM)   
RV-250390    RELIEF VALVE    WWT TRANSCO PIPE LINE WEST DEPTFORD WWT-PIPE RELIEF VALVE RV-250390 (6” x 8”- SET @ 275 PSI)OFF AND ON SEND OUT TO CRANE VALVE. *** DOT***   
RV-250489    RELIEF VALVE    WWT TRANSCO PIPE LINE WEST DEPTFORD WWT-PIPE RELIEF VALVE RV-250489 (SPARE RELIEF VALVE) (6” x 8”- SET @ 275 PSI)OFF AND ON SEND OUT TO CRANE VALVE. ***DOT***   
RV-250410    RELIEF VALVE    WWT ULTRA VIOLET LIGHT BLOWER WWT-BL201 RELIEF VALVE (1” x 2” - SET @ 7PSI) PID DWG 16-14309-14   
RV-250176    RELIEF VALVE    WWT WATER FILTER MIDDLE WWT-D102 RELIEV VALVE (2” x 3”- SET @ 50 PSI) PID DWG 14-5117-12   
WWT-PQ6    SHUTDOWN LOOP    WWT-PQ6 SUMP PUMP PQ-6 SHUTDOWN ON LAL-07   


Attachment 1 to Schedule 2.2.1

 

WWT-PQ7    SHUTDOWN LOOP    WWT-PQ7 SUMP PUMP PQ-7 SHUTDOWN ON LAL-12   
WWT-PQ8    SHUTDOWN LOOP    WWT-PQ8 SUMP PUMP PQ-8 SHUTDOWN ON LAL-10   
WWT-FND    STRUCTURAL    WWT FOUNDATION - PROJECT TRACKING   

WWT-

STRUCT

   STRUCTURAL    WWT STRUCTURAL - PROJECT TRACKING   
WWT-API    TANK    API SEPARATOR   
WWT-TKT08    TANK    BACKWASH EFFLUENT TANK WWT-TKT08 37’L X 22’W X 16’H - 77,500 GAL.   
WWT-TKT04    TANK    FILTER FEED TANK WWT-TKT04 14’L X 22’W X 16’H - 27,000 GAL.   
WWT-TKT06    TANK    FILTERED WATER TANK WWT-TKT06 27’L X 22’W X 16’H - 52,000 GAL.   
WWT-T2A    TANK    WWT AERATION BASIN WWT-T2A PID DWG 14-5117-07   
WWT-T2B    TANK    WWT AERATION BASIN WWT-T2A PID DWG 14-5117-07   
WWT-TKT10    TANK    WWT API SLUDGE THICKENER TANK WWT-TKT10 PID DWG 14-5117-09   
WWT-TKT09    TANK    WWT BIO THICKENER TANK WWT-TKT09 PID DWG 14-5117-09   
WWT-TK331    TANK    WWT CAUSTIC SODIUM HYDROXIDE WATER TANK WWT-TK331 PID DWG 14-4103-05   
WWT-TK332    TANK    WWT CAUSTIC SODIUM HYDROXIDE WATER TANK WWT-TK332 PID DWG 14-4103-05   
WWT-S2A    TANK    WWT CLARIFIER SCUM SUMP AT TX346 (T3A) WWT-S2A PID DWG 14-5117-08   
WWT-S2B    TANK    WWT CLARIFIER SCUM SUMP AT WWT-TK345 (T3B) WWT-S2B PID DWG 14-5117-08   
WWT-T11    TANK    WWT DOCK DRAIN SUMP WWT-T11 PID-14-4103-04   
WWT-TK344    TANK    WWT EMERGENCY STORAGE TANK WWT-TK344 (ALSO KNOWN AS T-1) PID DWG 14-5103-06   
WWT- TK345    TANK    WWT SECONDARY CLARIFIER TANK WWT-TK345 (T3B) PID DWG 14-5117-08   
WWT-TK346    TANK    WWT SECONDARY CLARIFIER TANK WWT TK346 (T3A) PID DWG 14-5117-08   
WWT- TK348    TANK    WWT SLOP OIL MELT TANK WWT-TK348 PID DWG 14-4103-05   
WWT-TK333    TANK    WWT SLOP OIL TANK WWT-TK333 INTERNAL FLOATING ROOF 40 FT. DIAMETER / 42.2 HEIGHT PID DWG 14-1203-03   
WWT- TK335    TANK    WWT SLOP OIL TANK WWT-TK335 PID DWG 14-1203-03   

WWT-

TK342

   TANK    WWT SLOP OIL TANK WWT-TK342 INTERNAL FLOATING ROOF 40 FT. DIAMETER / 42 FT. HEIGHT PID DWG 14-4103-04   
WWT-S3    TANK    WWT SLUDGE SCUM SUMP WWT-S3 AT TKT09 PID DWG 14-5117-09   
WWT-S4    TANK    WWT SLUDGE SCUM SUMP WWT-S4 AT TKT10 PID DWG 14-5117-09   
WWT-TK602    TANK    WWT SODIUM HYPOCHLORITE TANK PID   
WWT-TKT07A    TANK    WWT WATER TANK WWT-TKT07A 49’L X 9’W X 16’H - 42,000 GAL.   
WWT-TKT07B    TANK    WWT WATER TANK WWT-TKT07B 49’L X 9’W X 16’H - 42,000 GAL.   

WWT-

HLA335

   TANK GAUGE    SLOP TANK WWT-TK335 ALARMS HIGH 46’2” HIGH HIGH 46’8” PID DWG WWT-16-14309-03   

WSY-

ALARM6

   TANK GAUGE    WSY WELL NO.6 ALARM SYSTEM TRANSMITTER,RECIEVER,LIGHTING AND SIREN, ALARM REPAIRS DONE BY OUTSIDE SERVICES.   

WSY-

ALARM7

   TANK GAUGE    WSY WELL NO.7 ALARM SYSTEM TRANSMITTER,RECIEVER,LIGHTING AND SIREN ALARM REPAIRS DONE BY OUTSIDE SERVICES.   

WWT-

HLA331

   TANK GAUGE    WWT CAUSTIC SODIUM HYDROXIDE WATER TANK 331 HIGH LEVEL ALARM HIGH 22’ HIGH HIGH 23’ PID DWG 14-4103-05   
WWT-HLA332    TANK GAUGE    WWT CAUSTIC SODIUM HYDROXIDE WATER TANK 333 HIGH LEVEL ALARM HIGH 22’ HIGH HIGH 23’ PID DWG 14-4103-05   

WWT-

HLA342

   TANK GAUGE    WWT COLD SLOP TANK WWT-TK342 ALARMS HIGH 37’3” HIGH HIGH 37’8” PID DWG WWT-16-14309-04   

WWT-

HLA344

   TANK GAUGE    WWT EMERGENCY STORAGE TANK WWT-TK344 HIGH LEVEL ALARM (ALSO KNOWN AS WWT-T1HL) PID 14-5103-06   
WWT-HLA333    TANK GAUGE    WWT SLOP OIL TANK TK333 ALARM HIGH 40’1/2” HIGH HIGH 40’9 1/2” PID DWG WWT-16-14309-03   
POH- TT502    TEMP LOOP    FCC TEMPERATURE TRANSMITTER, TRANSCO (WOODBURY HUT) (QUARTERLY) THIS AREA UNDER DIRECTION WWT   
WWT- TIT105    TEMP LOOP    FINAL EFFLUENT WATER FLOW TEMPERATURE TRANSMITTER AND RECORDER   
WWT-TI01A    TEMP LOOP    WWT-TI01A VAPOR TEMP. CARBON CANNISTER #1 INLET   


Attachment 1 to Schedule 2.2.1

 

WWT-T101B    TEMP LOOP    WWT-T101B VAPOR TEMP. CARBON CANNISTER #1 OUTLET   
WWT-T102A    TEMP LOOP    WWT-T102A VAPOR TEMP. CARBON CANNISTER #2 INLET   
WWT-T102B    TEMP LOOP    WWT-T102B VAPOR TEMP. CARBON CANNISTER #2 OUTLET   
WWT-T103A    TEMP LOOP    WWT-T103A VAPOR TEMP. CARBON CANNISTER #3 INLET   
WWT-T103B    TEMP LOOP    WWT-T103B VAPOR TEMP. CARBON CANNISTER #3 OUTLET   
WWT-T104A    TEMP LOOP    WWT-T104A VAPOR TEMP. CARBON CANNISTER #4 INLET   
WWT-T104B    TEMP LOOP    WWT-T104B VAPOR TEMP. CARBON CANNISTER #4 OUTLET   
WWT-T106A    TEMP LOOP    WWT-T106A VAPOR TEMP. CARBON CANNISTER #6 INLET   
WWT-T106B    TEMP LOOP    WWT-T106B VAPOR TEMP. CARBON CANNISTER #6 OUTLET   
S2T53-101    TRANSFORMER    2.4KV-120/208 LIGHTING TRANSFORMER AT POLE 101 FOR RIVER WATER PUMPHOUSE AND DOCK 3   
S2T43-14    TRANSFORMER    LIGHTING PANEL D902 ON BENZENE NESHAP UNIT   
S2T43-10    TRANSFORMER    LIGHTING PANEL IN WWT SLOP AREA   
S4T53-208    TRANSFORMER    TRANSFORMER 2400 X 120/240 POWER TRANSFORMER FOR 24 POLE DISTR PNL 25KVA   
TF-0088    TRANSFORMER    WSY TRANSFORMER 2400 X 480 POWER FOR NO. 7 WELL PAD MOUNT YES.   
S2T54-141    TRANSFORMER    WWT TRANSFORMER 2400 X 480 POWER TRANSFORMER FOR WWTP BENZENE RECOVERY UNIT 750KVA   
TF-0138    TRANSFORMER    WWT TRANSFORMER 480 X 208/120 75KVA FOR WWTP CONTROLROOM AND RELATED EQUIP DRY TYPE   
S2T53-15    TRANSFORMER    WWT TRANSFORMER, SEPERATOR WWT 2400 X 240/120 50 KVA. LIGHTING PLANT SEPERATOR   
S2T54-24    TRANSFORMER    WWT TRANSFORMER, SEPERATOR WWT 2400 X 240/480 150 KVA POWER FOR PLAMNT SEPERATOR   
TR-0668    TURBINE    WWT NO.5 SERVICE WATER PUMP WWT-P5SW TURBINE TR-0668 PID DWG WWT-16-14309-15 121HP / 3500RPM   
TR-2536    TURBINE    WWT NO.6 FIRE WATER PUMP WWT-P6FW TURBINE TR-2536 155HP / 3500RPM PID DWG WWT-16-14309-15   
UPS-104A    UPS    WWT UNINTERUPTED POWER SUPPLY UPS 104A   
UPS-104    UPS    WWT UNINTERUPTED POWER SUPPLY UPS-104   
WSY-VALVE    VALVE    WSY VALVES DOES NOT INCLUDE CHECK, CONTROL VALVES, OR RELIEF VALVES - DO NOT WRITE WO FOR THOSE TO THIS EQUIP.   
WWT-CHECK    VALVE    WWT CHECK VALVES DOES NOT INCLUDE CONTROL VALVES, RELIEF VALVES AND GATE, GLOBE, OR BALL VALVES - DO NOT WRITE WO FOR THOSE VALVES TO THIS EQUIP.   
WWT-ESDV01    VALVE    WWT EMERGENCY SHUT DOWN VALVE (WEST DEPTFORD) TRANSCO LINE @ WOODBURY STATION   
WWT-VALVE    VALVE    WWT VALVES DOES NOT INCLUDE CHECK, CONTROL VALVES, OR RELIEF VALVES - DO NOT WRITE WO FOR THOSE TO THIS EQUIP.   
VH-5394    VEHICLE    OPR-AUTO (01 FORD F-150) VH-5394   
VH-4731    VEHICLE    WWT LIFT PUMP (84 DETRIOT DIESEL) VH-4731   
DRM-1190    VESSEL    WWT WATER FILTER (A) WWT-D101 DRM-1190 (T5A) PID DWG 14-5117-11   
DRM-1191    VESSEL    WWT WATER FILTER (B) WWT-D102 DRM-1191 (T5B) PID DWG 14-5117-12   
DRM-1192    VESSEL    WWT WATER FILTER (C) WWT-D103 DRM-1192 (T5C) PID DWG 14-5117-13   
     

Assets POWERHOUSE

  
      POWERHOUSE/BOILERHOUSE PUMPS   
P-2964    PUMP    BOH2 AQUEOUS AMMONIA PUMP BOH2-P05 NORTH (NEW 2002)    A
P-2965    PUMP    BOH2 AQUEOUS AMMONIA PUMP BOH2-P05A SOUTH (NEW 2002)    A
P-2968    PUMP    BOH2 BOH2-P07 WET ESP FLUSH PUMP BLR 5 (NEW 2002)    I
P-2969    PUMP    BOH2 BOH2-P08 WET ESP FLUSH PUMP BLR 6 (NEW 2002)    A
P-2970    PUMP    BOH2 BOH2-P09 WET ESP FLUSH PUMP BLR 7 (NEW 2002)    I
P-2971    PUMP    BOH2 BOH2-P10 WET ESP FLUSH PUMP BLR 8 (NEW 2002)    A
P-2972    PUMP    BOH2 BOH2-P11 RECIRCULATION PUMP BLR 6 (NEW 2002)    A
P-2973    PUMP    BOH2 BOH2-P12 RECIRCULATION PUMP BLR 6 (NEW 2002) MAX PSI 150    A
P-2975    PUMP    BOH2 BOH2-P14 RECIRCULATION PUMP BLR 8 (NEW 2002)    A
P-3019    PUMP    BOH2 CAUSTIC PUMP BOILER BOH2-P16 P-3019 (NEW 2002)    A
P-2962    PUMP    BOH2 CONDENSATE WATER CIRCULATION PUMP BOH2-P04 (NEW 2002)    A
P-2963    PUMP    BOH2 CONDENSATE WATER CIRCULATION PUMP BOH2-P04A (NEW 2002)    A
P-2953    PUMP    BOH2 DEAERATOR PUMP BOH2-P02 (NEW 2002)    A
P-2954    PUMP    BOH2 DEAERATOR PUMP BOH2-P02A (NEW 2002)    A
P-2955    PUMP    BOH2 DEAERATOR PUMP BOH2-P02B (NEW 2002)    I
P-2956    PUMP    BOH2 DEMINERALIZED WATER PUMP BOH2-P01 (NEW 2002)    A
P-2957    PUMP    BOH2 DEMINERALIZED WATER PUMP BOH2-P01A (NEW 2002)    A
P-0553    PUMP    BOH2 DESUPERHEATER WATER PUMP BOH2-P15A    A
P-2960    PUMP    BOH2 JET A FUEL OIL PUMP BOH2-P03 (NEW 2002)    A


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P-2961    PUMP    BOH2 JET A FUEL OIL PUMP BOH2-P03A (NEW 2002) - TURBINE DRIVEN TR-2966    A
P-2958    PUMP    BOH2 NH40H CHEMICAL INJECTION BOH2-P06 (NEW 2002)    I
P-2959    PUMP    BOH2 NH40H CHEMICAL INJECTION BOH2-P06A (NEW 2002)    I
P-2974    PUMP    BOH2 RECIRCULATION PUMP 8LR 7 (NEW 2002) BOH2-P13    I
P-2976    PUMP    BOH2-P15B DESUPERHEATER PUMP (NEW 2002)    I
     

POWERHOUSE PUMPS

  
P-0562    PUMP    NO. 1 TURBINE GENERATOR EAST CONDENSATE WATER POH-P20G2 P-0562 PID DWG POH-16-14287-34    I
P-0561    PUMP    NO. 1 TURBO GENERATOR WEST CONDENSATE WATER POH-P20G P-0561 PID DWG POH-16-14287-34   
PLANT AIR PUMP    PLANT AIR DRYER AND ASSOC EQUIP LOCATED SOUTH OF WATER TREATING. NO PM REQUIRED AS OF 1-06    A
P-2784    PUMP    POH ACID DILUTION PUMP POH-P27G P-2784 PID DWG POH-16-14287-11    I
P-2783    PUMP    POH ACID DILUTION PUMP POH-P27G1 P-2783 PID DWG POH-16-14287-11    I
P-2187    PUMP    POH BRINE PUMP POH-P29G P-2187 PID DWG POH-16-14287-13    I
P-2787    PUMP    POH BRINE PUMP POH-P29G1 P-2787 PID DWG POH-16-14287-13 (OUT OF SERVICE)    I
P-0953    PUMP    POH CHELANT INJECTION PUMP POH-P30G1 P-0953 PID DWG POH-16-14287-15 (WEST PUMP)    A
P-0954    PUMP    POH CHELANT INJECTION PUMP POH-P30G2 P-0954 PID DWG POH-16-14287-15 (EAST PUMP)    I
P-1909    PUMP    POH CHLORINE SOLUTION PUMP POH-P03HC P-1909 PID DWG POH-16-14287-51 (OUT OF SERVICE)    I
P-l741    PUMP    POH CHLORINE SOLUTION PUMP POH-P04HC P-l741 PID DWG POH-16-14287-51 (OUT OF SERVICE)    I
P-0948    PUMP    POH CONDENSATE WATER PUMP POH-P05G P-0948 PID DWG POH-16-14287-05    A
P-0949    PUMP    POH CONDENSATE WATER PUMP POH-P06G P-0949 PID DWG POH-16-14287-05    A
P-0769    PUMP   

POH COOLING WATER PUMP POH-P01H P-0769

PID DWG POH-16-14287-52

   I
P-0637    PUMP    POH COOLING WATER PUMP POH-P02H P-0637 PID DWG POH-16-14287-52    I
P-0639    PUMP    POH COOLING WATER PUMP POH-P03H P-0639 PID DWG POH-16-14287-52    I
P-2004    PUMP    POH DESUPERHEATER CONDENSATE WATER BOOSTER PUMP POH-P18G3 P-2004 PID DWG POH-16-14287-391    I
P-0557    PUMP    POH DESUPERHEATER CONDENSATE WATER PUMP POH-P18G1 P-0557 PID DWG POH-16-14287-39    I
P-0558    PUMP    POH DESUPERHEATER CONDENSATE WATER PUMP POH-P18G2 P-0558 PID DWG POH-16-14287-39    I
P-1966    PUMP    POH FILTER BACKWASH PUMP POH-P07G P-1966 PID DWG POH-16-14287-09    A
P-1902    PUMP    POH IRON REMOVAL BACKWASH POH-P05HC P-1902 PID DWG POH-16-14287-51    A
P-1903    PUMP    POH IRON REMOVAL INJECTION PUMP POH-P06HC P-1903 PID DWG POH-16-14287-51    I
P-1645    PUMP    POH LIME EFFLUENT PUMP POH-P45G P-l645    I
P-2908    PUMP    POH LIME SLUDGE FLOW TO PRESS PUMP P-2908 PID DWG (AIR PUMP)    I
P-2002    PUMP    POH LIME SLUDGE PUMP POH-P34G P-2002 PID DWG POH-16-14287-08    I
P-1618    PUMP    POH LIME SLURRY DECANTING PUMP POH-P45G P-1618    I
P-0559    PUMP    POH LUBE OIL FEED TO UPPER / LOWER SUMP POH-P19G1 PID DWG POH-16-14287-38    A
P-2775    PUMP    POH LUBE OIL TRANSFER PUMP 1 / 2 GENER. POH-P19G PID DWG POH-16-14287-38    I
P-3028    PUMP    POH NO.2 DRINKING WATER PUMP POH-P03G1 P-3028 (MIDDLE PUMP ) PID DWG POH-16-14287-50    A
P-3009    PUMP    POH NO 1 BOILER FEED WATER PUMP POH-P14G AUXILIARY OIL PUMP P-0551 PID DWG POH-16-14287-19    A
P-0551    PUMP    POH NO 1 BOILER FEED WATER PUMP POH-P14G P-0551 PID DWG POH-16-14287-19    A
P-3008    PUMP    POH NO 1 PLANT AIR COMPRESSOR POH-C101 AUXILIARY LUBE OIL PUMP PID DWG POH-16-14287-45    A
P-2637    PUMP    POH NO 1 PLANT AIR COMPRESSOR POH-C101 LUBE OIL PUMP PID DWG POH-16-14287-45    A
P-0554    PUMP    POH NO 2 BOILER FEED WATER PUMP POH-P16G P-0554 PID DWG POH-16-14287-20    A
P-2785    PUMP    POH NO. 1 COOLING TOWER POH-CWT01 ACID INJECTION PUMP POH-P07H PID DWG POH-16-14287-52    A
P-2941    PUMP    POH NO. 1 RAW WATER PUMP POH-P02G PUMP P-2941 PID DWG POH-16-14287-03    I
P-2786    PUMP    POH NO. 1A COOLING TOWER POH-CWT01A ACID INJECTION PUMP POH-P08H P-2786 PID DWG POH-16-14287-52    I
P-1484    PUMP    POH NO. 1A COOLING TOWER POH-CWT01A P-1484 NO. 4 PUMP POH-P04H PID DWG POH-16-14287-53    A
P-l485    PUMP    POH NO. 1A COOLING TOWER POH-CWT01A PUMP P-1485 NO. 5 PUMP POH-P05H PID DWG POH-16-14287-53    A
P-1486    PUMP    POH NO. 1A COOLING TOWER POH-CWT01A PUMP POH-P06H P-1486 PID DWG POH-16-14287-53    A
P-2035    PUMP    POH NO. 2 RAW WATER PUMP POH-P01G PUMP P-2035 PID DWG POH-16-14287-03    I
P-2829    PUMP    POH NO. 3 BOILER OIL PUMP POH-P40G P-2829 PID DWG POH-    I
P-2830    PUMP    POH NO. 3 BOILER OIL PUMP POH-P40G1 P-2830 PID DWG POH-    I
P-2831    PUMP    POH NO. 4 BOILER OIL PUMP POH-P41G P-2831 PID DWG POH-    I
P-2832    PUMP    POH NO. 4 BOILER OIL PUMP POH-P41G1 P-2832 PID DWG POH-    I
P-l982    PUMP    POH NO.1 DEAREATION CHARGE PUMP POH-P09G P-1982 PID DWG POH-16-14287-11    I
P-3032    PUMP    POH NO.1 DEAREATION CHARGE PUMP POH-P09G P-3032 PID DWG POH-16-14287-11    I
P-0536    PUMP    POH NO.1 DRINKING WATER PUMP POH-P04G P-0536 (SOUTH PUMP) PID DWG POH-16-14287-50    A
P-0549    PUMP    POH NO.1 FUEL OIL PUMP POH-P36G P-0549 PID DWG POH-16-14287-44    I
P-l895    PUMP    POH NO.2 DEAREATION CHARGE PUMP POH-P08G g PID DWG POH-16-14287-11    I
P-3031    PUMP    POH NO.2 DEAREATION CHARGE PUMP POH-P08G P-1895 PID DWG POH-16-14287-11    I
P-0534    PUMP    POH NO.2 DRINKING WATER PUMP POH-P03G1 P-0534 (MIDDLE PUMP) PID DWG POH-16-14287-50    I
P-0565    PUMP    POH NO.2 LIME SLURRY PUMP POH-P22G2 P-0565 PID DWG POH-16-14287-06 (SOUTH PUMP)    I
P-2990    PUMP    POH NO.2 PLANT AIR AUXILIARY OIL PUMP P-2990 PID DWG POH-16-14287-45    A
P-3004    PUMP    POH NO.3 BOILER FEED WATER PUMP MAIN OIL PUMP P-3004 PID DWG 18-3726-19    A


Attachment 1 to Schedule 2.2.1

 

P-3005    PUMP    POH N0.3 BOILER FEED WATER PUMP AXY. LUBE OIL PUMP P-3005 PID DWG 18-3726-19    A
P-2951    PUMP    POH NO.3 BOILER FEED WATER PUMP POH-P15G P-2951 PID DWG 18-3726-19    A
P-0535    PUMP    POH NO.3 DRINK WATER PUMP POH-P03G2 P-0535 (NORTH PUMP) PID DWG POH-16-14287-50    I
P-3027    PUMP    POH NO.3 DRINK WATER PUMP POH-P03G2 P-3027 (NORTH PUMP) PID DWG POH-16-14287-50    A
P-2046    PUMP    POH NO.3 LIME SLURRY PUMP POH-P22G3 P-2046 PID DWG POH-16-14287-06 (MIDDLE PUMP)    I
P-1491    PUMP    POH NO.3 TURBINE GENERATOR CONDENSATE PUMP POH-P31G1 P-1491 PID DWG POH-16-14287-37A    A
P-1492    PUMP    POH NO.3 TURBINE GENERATOR CONDENSATE PUMP POH-P31G1 P-1492 PID DWG POH-16-14287-37A    A
P-1493    PUMP    POH NO.3 TURBINE GENERATOR VACUUM GLAND PUMP POH-P32G P-1942 PID DWG POH-16-14287-37    A
P-1666    PUMP    POH NO.3 TURBINE GENERATOR VAPOR EXTRACTOR PUMP POH-P33G P-1666 PID DWG POH-16-14287-38    A
P-0624    PUMP    POH NO.4 BOILER FEED WATER PUMP POH-P17G P-0624 PID DWG POH-16-14287-20    A
P-2053    PUMP    POH NO.4 LIME SLURRY PUMP POH-P22G4 P-2053 PID DWG POH-16-14287-06    I
P-0570    PUMP    POH PHOSPHATE INJECTION PUMP POH-P24G1 P-0570 PID DWG POH-16-14287-54 (OUT OF SERVICE)    I
P-0571    PUMP    POH PHOSPHATE INJECTION PUMP POH-P24G2 P-0571 PID DWG POH-16-14287-54 (OUT OF SERVICE)    I
P-0572    PUMP    POH PHOSPHATE INJECTION PUMP POH-P24G3 P-0572 PID DWG POH-16-14287-54 (OUT OF SERVICE)   

I

P-2151    PUMP    POH PORTABLE CENTRIFUGE PURIFIER POH-P38G P-2151 NOT ON PIOS NO PM REQUIRED AS OF 1-06    A
P-0750    PUMP    POH SEWER LIFT PUMP POH-P11G PUMP P-0750    A
P-2909    PUMP    POH SPARE LIME EFFLUENT AND SLURRY PUMP POH-P43G P-2909 PID DWG (AIR PUMP)   

I

P-2049    PUMP    POH SULPHITE INJECTION PUMP POH-P26G1 P-2049 (NO.2 INJECTION PUMP, NORTH PUMP) PID DWG POH 16-14287-16    I
P-2050    PUMP    POH SULPHITE INJECTION PUMP POH-P26G2 P-2050 (NO. 1 INJECTION PUMP, NORTH PUMP) PID DWG POH 16-14287-16    I
P-2025    PUMP    POH SUMP PUMP POH-P35G P-2025 (NOT ON PID) OPERATIONS PM    I
P-0563    PUMP    POH TURBINE ROOM SUMP PUMP POH-P21G P-0563 (NOT ON PID)    A
P-2776    PUMP    POH TURBO GENERATOR NO. 1 POH-TG01 AUXILLIARY LUBE OIL PUMP P-2776 PID DWG POH-16-14287-35    I
P-2778    PUMP    POH TURBO GENERATOR NO. 1 POH-TG01 ROTOCLONE P-2778 PID DWG POH-16-14287-35    I
P-2779    PUMP    POH TURBO GENERATOR NO.2 POH-TG02 AUXILLIARY LUBE OIL PUMP P-2779 PID DWG POH-16-14287-36    I
P-2781    PUMP    POH TURBO GENERATOR NO.2 POH-TG02 ROTOCLONE P-2781 PID DWG POH-16-14287-36   

I

P-2774    PUMP    POH TURBO GENERATOR NO.3 AUXILLIARY LUBE OIL POH-TG03 PUMP P-2774 PID DWG POH-16-14287-38    A
P-0560    PUMP    POH VAPOR EXTRACTOR RESERVOIR TANK PUMP POH-P39G PID-18-3940-41 TOP OF TANK    I
P-3184    PUMP    POH-P50A #1 CWT HYPOCHLORITE INJECTION PUMP    A
P-3185    PUMP    POH-P50B #1 CWT HYPOCHLORITE INJECTION PUMP (SPARE)    A
P-3186    PUMP    POH-P50C #1A CWT HYPOCHLORITE INJECTION PUMP    A
P-3235    PUMP    POH-P51 #1 BOILER FEEDWATER PUMP (POH-P14G) LUBE OIL SKID PUMP MOTOR P&ID DWG #18-3726-19    A
P-3110    PUMP    P-3110 GASOLINE RERUN PUMP FOR LSG OSBL P-006-01A    I
P-3111    PUMP    P-3111 RERUN TANK PUMP LSG OSBL P-006-01B   

I

P-3112    PUMP    P-3112 THERMAL ETHANOL PROJECT   

I

P-3113    PUMP    P-3113 THERMAL ETHANOL PROJECT   

I

P-3132    PUMP    P-3132 WEST ETHANOL INJ. PUMP TFA-PN158 TK-51 PID DWG 15-1803-37    A
P-3133    PUMP    P-3133 EAST ETHANOL INJ. PUMP TFA-PN159 TK-51 PID DWG 15-1803-37    A
     

POWERHOUSE TANKS

  
      CAPACITY    DIAMETER
TFA-TK201    Cone Roof    9400    40
TFA-TK202    Cone Roof    9400    40
     

POWERHOUSE LINES

  
      NONE LISTED   
  

ASSETS from

Finance

  
Plant Aircompressors and distribution equipment         
11    200642600061    SUBSTATION #1 REPLACEMENT   
13    200542600002    ADD’L 13.8KV SERVICE FROM 220K    V UTILITY FEEDERS
33    200542600019    #2 SUBSTATIONREPL-FEEDS SRU/HT    U/LSD/FLAREGASCOMP
61    2004426EG022    UTILITIES-BOILERS   


Attachment 1 to Schedule 2.2.1

 

76    200742600040      PIG TRAPS 8” @TRANSCO CONNECTI    ON @WOODBURY STATION
94    200442600060      FEEDER NO. 6 REPLACEMENT   
129    200842600034      AIR COMPR CONTROLS UPGR-IR CEN    TAC MICROCONTROLLER
137    200742600025      BREAK ROOM-PREFAB ADDITION 21’    TO #1 PUMPHOUSE
151    200542600009      PLANT AIR COMPRESSORS #1&#2 CO    NTROLS UPGRADE
152    200642600023      900# STEAM SYSTEM INSULATION U    PGRADE
154    200442600055      POWER HOUSE VENT SILENCERS (4)   
158    200442600033      FEEDER 60/60A EXT TO #5 SUBSTA    TION (ADD’L 2400V)
207    200742600015      UPS (5KVA/120V) ADD’L FOR BOIL    ERS #7 & #8
218    200442600046      BOILER SAFETY SHUTOFF VALVES R    EPL @ 4 BOILERS
228    200642600060      BOILERS #7/#8-ELECTRO EYE-HYE    LEVEL INDICATION SYS
229    200742600014      BATTERY TEST METER/ELECTRIC MO    TOR TEST METER
240    200442600049      FEEDER CABLE 60 A FROM 2400V S    WITCH RM-POWERHOUSE
       

POWERHOUSE TOTAL ASSETS

  
POH-FT500N    FLOW LOOP      FCC FLOW TRANSMITTER, TRANSCO (WOODBURY HUT) (NORTH) (2X YEAR) THIS AREA UNDER DIRECTION WWT   
POH-FT500S    FLOW LOOP      FCC FLOW TRANSMITTER, TRANSCO (WOODBURY HUT) (SOUTH) (2X YEAR) THIS AREA UNDER DIRECTION WWT   
BOH         231   
BOH2-BL001    BLOWER      AIR TO AMMONIA BLOWER BOILER 5 (NEW 2002) OPERATIONS PM    I
BOH2-BL003    BLOWER      AIR TO AMMONIA BLOWER BOILER 7 (NEW 2002) OPERATIONS PM    I
BOH2-BL004    BLOWER      AIR TO AMMONIA BLOWER BOILER 8 (NEW 2002) OPERATIONS PM    A
BOH2-BL002    BLOWER      BOH2 BOH2-BL002 AIR TO AMMONIA BLOWER BOILER 6 (NEW 2002)    A
BOH2-BL009    BLOWER      BOH2 WET ESP PURGE BLOWER 1 BOILER 5 OPERATIONS PM (PER BILL GAYNER NO PM REQUIRED)    I
BOH2-BL013    BLOWER      BOH2 WET ESP PURGE BLOWER 1 BOILER 6 OPERATIONS PM (PER BILL GAYNER NO PM REQUIRED FOR THIS ASSET 7/17/07)    A
BOH2-BL017    BLOWER      BOH2 WET ESP PURGE BLOWER 1 BOILER 7 OPERATIONS PM (PER BILL GAYNER NO PM REQUIRED FOR THIS ASSET 7/17/07)    I
BOH2-BL021    BLOWER      BOH2 WET ESP PURGE BLOWER 1 BOILER 8 OPERATIONS PM (PER BILL GAYNER NO PM REQUIRED FOR THIS ASSET 7/17/07)    A
BOH2-BL010    BLOWER      BOH2 WET ESP PURGE BLOWER 2 BOILER 5 OPERATIONS PM (PER BILL GAYNER NO PM REQUIRED FOR THIS ASSET 7/17/07)    I
BOH2-BL014    BLOWER      BOH2 WET ESP PURGE BLOWER 2 BOILER 6 OPERATIONS PM (PER BILL GAYNER NO PM REQUIRED FOR THIS ASSET 7/17/07)    A
BOH2-BL018    BLOWER      BOH2 WET ESP PURGE BLOWER 2 BOILER 7 OPERATIONS PM (PER BILL GAYNER NO PM REQUIRED FOR THIS ASSET 7/17/07)    I
BOH2-BL022    BLOWER      BOH2 WET ESP PURGE BLOWER 2 BOILER 8 OPERATIONS PM (PER BILL GAYNER NO PM REQUIRED FOR THIS ASSET 7/17/07)    A
BOH2-BL011    BLOWER      BOH2 WET ESP PURGE BLOWER 3 BOILER 5 OPERATIONS PM (PER BILL GAYNER NO PM REQUIRED FOR THIS ASSET 7/17/07)    I
BOH2-BL015    BLOWER      BOH2 WET ESP PURGE BLOWER 3 BOILER 6 OPERATIONS PM (PER BILL GAYNER NO PM REQUIRED FOR THIS ASSET 7/17/07)    A
BOH2-BL019    BLOWER      BOH2 WET ESP PURGE BLOWER 3 BOILER 7 OPERATIONS PM (PER BILL GAYNER NO PM REQUIRED FOR THIS ASSET 7/17/07)    I
BOH2-BL023    BLOWER      BOH2 WET ESP PURGE BLOWER 3 BOILER 8 OPERATIONS PM (PER BILL GAYNER NO PM REQUIRED FOR THIS ASSET 7/17/07)    A
BOH2-BL012    BLOWER      BOH2 WET ESP PURGE BLOWER 4 BOILER 5 OPERATIONS PM (PER BILL GAYNER NO PM REQUIRED FOR THIS ASSET 7/17/07)    I
BOH2-BL016    BLOWER      BOH2 WET ESP PURGE BLOWER 4 BOILER 6 OPERATIONS PM (PER BILL GAYNER NO PM REQUIRED FOR THIS ASSET 7/17/07)    A
BOH2-BL020    BLOWER      BOH2 WET ESP PURGE BLOWER 4 BOILER 7 (PER BILL GAYNER NO PM REQUIRED FOR THIS ASSET 7/17/07)    I
BOH2-BL024    BLOWER      BOH2 WET ESP PURGE BLOWER 4 BOILER 8 OPERATIONS PM (PER BILL GAYNER NO PM REQUIRED FOR THIS ASSET 7/17/07)    A
BLR05    BOILER      BOH NO.5 BOILER BOH2-BLR05 (UNIT SHUTDOWN REQUIRED) (NEW 2002)    I
BLR06    BOILER      BOH NO.6 BOILER BOH2-BLR06 (UNIT SHUTDOWN REQUIRED) (NEW 2002)    A
BLR07    BOILER      BOH NO.7 BOILER BOH2-BLR07 (UNIT SHUTDOWN REQUIRED) (NEW 2002)    I
BLR08    BOILER      BOH NO.8 BOILER BOH2-BLR08 (UNIT SHUTDOWN REQUIRED) (NEW 2002)    A
BOH    CEPOC      TRANSITION BOILERHOUSE COST GATHERING ASSET    D
BOH-GRND    ELECT GENERAL      BOH BOILER HOUSE GROUNDING BOH-GRND *****EHS*****    A
EXC-0604    EXCHANGER      BOH NO. 3 TEMPERATOR BOH-E103A PID DWG 18-3704-26 (UNIT SHUTDOWN REQUIRED)    A
BOH2-BL006    FAN      DO NOT USE... DUPLICATE OF ASSET FAN-2982 BOH2 NO.6 BOILER FORCE DRAFT AIR FAN (NEW 2002) NO PM REQUIRED AS OF 1-06    I
BOH2-BL005    FAN      DO NOT USE.. DUPLICATE OF ASSET FAN-2981 BOH2 NO.5 BOILER FORCE DRAFT AIR FAN (NEW 2002) NO PM REQUIRED AS OF 1-06    I
BOH2-BL007    FAN      DO NOT USE... DUPLICATE OF ASSET FAN-2983 BOH2 NO.7 BOILER FORCE DRAFT AIR FAN (NEW 2002) NO PM REQUIRED AS OF 1-06    I
BOH2-BL008    FAN      DO NOT USE... DUPLICATE OF ASSET FAN-2984 BOH2 NO.8 BOILER FORCE DRAFT AIR FAN (NEW 2002) NO PM REQUIRED AS OF 1-06    I


Attachment 1 to Schedule 2.2.1

 

FAN-2981    FAN    FAN-2981 BOH2-BL005 NO.5 BOILER FORCE DRAFT AIR FAN NO PM REQUIRED AS OF 1-06    I
FAN-2982    FAN    FAN-2982 BOH2-BL006 NO.6 BOILER FORCE DRAFT AIR FAN (NEW 2002) NO PM REQUIRED AS OF 1-06    A
FAN-2983    FAN    FAN-2983 BOH2 - BL007 NO.7 BOILER FORCE DRAFT AIR FAN (NEW 2002) NO PM REQUIRED AS OF 1-06    I
FAN-2984    FAN    FAN-2984 BOH2 - BL008 NO.8 BOILER FORCE DRAFT AIR FAN (NEW 2002) NO PM REQUIRED AS OF 1-06    A
S2F5-1B    FEEDER    150A 2.4KV FEEDER FROM POLE TO MCC IN RIVER WATER PUMPHOUSE FOR FIRE AND SERVICE WATER PUMPS    A
S2F5-1A    FEEDER    150A 2.4KV FEEDER FROM POLE TO MCC IN RIVER WATER PUMPHOUSE FOR RAW WATER PUMPS    A
DRM-3610    FILTER    BOH2 NO.7 BOILER FUEL GAS WASH FILTER NORTH (NEW 2002)    I
DRM-3606    FILTER    BOH2 NO.5 BOILER FUEL GAS WASH FILTER NORTH (NEW 2002)    I
DRM-3607    FILTER    BOH2 NO.5 BOILER FUEL GAS WASH FILTER SOUTH (NEW 2002)    I
DRM-3608    FILTER    BOH2 NO.6 BOILER FUEL GAS WASH FILTER NORTH (NEW 2002)    A
DRM-3609    FILTER    BOH2 NO.6 BOILER FUEL GAS WASH FILTER SOUTH (NEW 2002)    A
DRM-3611    FILTER    BOH2 NO.7 BOILER FUEL GAS WASH FILTER SOUTH (NEW 2002)    I
DRM-3612    FILTER    BOH2 NO 8 BOILER FUEL GAS WASH FILTER NORTH (NEW 2002)    A
DRM-3613    FILTER    BOH2 NO.8 BOILER FUEL GAS WASH FILTER SOUTH (NEW 2002)    A
GB-0602    GEAR BOX    BOH NO.1 BOILER BOH-BLR01 AIR PREHEATER AP-0599 GEAR BOX GB-0602 PID DWG POH-16-14287-22    I
GB-0604    GEAR BOX    BOH NO.3 BOILER BOH-BLR03 AIR PREHEATER AP-0601 GEAR BOX GB-0604 PID DWG POH-16-14287-26    I
GB-0623    GEAR BOX    BOH NO 4 BOILER BOH-BLR04 SOUTH DRAFT FAN GB-0623 PID DWG POH-16-14287-28 (REMOVED FROM SERVICE 5-14-97)    I
GB-2055    GEAR BOX    BOH NO. 4 BOILER BOH-BLR04 SOUTH DRAFT FAN GB-2055 PID DWG POH-16-14287-23    I
BOH-GRNDS    GROUNDS    BOH MISCELLANEOUS GROUNDS WORK    A
BOH-INSTRU    INSTRUMENT GEN    BOH INSTRUMENTATION COST ROLL UP    A
BOH2-MX004    MIXER    AIR TO AMMONIA MIXER BOILER 8 (NEW 2002) NO PM REQUIRED AS OF 1-06    A
M-2020    MOTOR    AIR TO AMMONIA BLOWER MOTOR BOILER 5 (NEW 2002)    I
M-2021    MOTOR    AIR TO AMMONIA BLOWER MOTOR BOILER 6 (NEW 2002)    A
M-2022    MOTOR    AIR TO AMMONIA BLOWER MOTOR BOILER 7 (NEW 2002)    I
M-2023    MOTOR    AIR TO AMMONIA BLOWER MOTOR BOILER 8 (NEW 2002)    A
M-0490    MOTOR    BOH NO. 4 BOILER BOH-BLR04 AIR PREHEATER MOTOR    A
M-0182    MOTOR    BOH NO.1 BOILER BOH-BLR01 NORTH DRAFT FAN MOTOR 450HP / 1200RPM / FRAME    A
M-0190    MOTOR    BOH NO.3 BOILER BOH-BLR03 AIR PREHEATER AP-0601 GEAR BOX MOTOR 5HP / 1750RPM / FRAME    A
M-0185    MOTOR    BOH NO.3 BOILER BOH-BLR03 MOTOR 450 HP / 1190 RPM / 574Z FRAME    A
M-0187    MOTOR    BOH NO.3 BOILER BOH-BLR03 MOTOR 450 HP / 1190RPM / 574Z FRAME    A
M-0186    MOTOR    BOH NO.4 BOILER BOH-BLR04 MOTOR (NORTH FAN) 450 HP / 1190 RPM / 574Z FRAME    A
M-2008    MOTOR    BOH2 - P15B DESUPERHEATER PUMP MOTOR BOH2-P15 (NEW 2002)    I
M-1998    MOTOR    BOH2 AQUEOUS AMMONIA PUMP BOH2-P05 MOTOR (NEW 2002)    A
M-1999    MOTOR    BOH2 AQUEOUS AMMONIA PUMP BOH2-P05A MOTOR (NEW 2002)    A
M-2005    MOTOR    BOH2 BOH2-P12 RECIRCULATION PUMP BLR 5 (NEW 2002)    A
M-2228    MOTOR    BOH2 BOILER FORCE DRAFT AIR FAN MOTOR    A
M-2065    MOTOR    BOH2 CAUSTIC PUMP BOILER BOH2-P16 M-2065 (NEW 2002)    A
M-1996    MOTOR    BOH2 CONDENSATE WATER CIRCULATION PUMP BOH2-P04 MOTOR (NEW 2002)    A
M-1997    MOTOR    BOH2 CONDENSATE WATER CIRCULATION PUMP BOH2-P04A MOTOR (NEW 2002)    A
M-1987    MOTOR    BOH2 DEAERATOR PUMP BOH2-P02 MOTOR (NEW 2002)    A
M-1988    MOTOR    BOH2 DEAERATOR PUMP BOH2-P02A MOTOR (NEW 2002)    A
M-1990    MOTOR    BOH2 DEMINERALIZED WATER PUMP BOH2-P01 MOTOR (NEW 2002)    A
M-1991    MOTOR    BOH2 DEMINERALIZED WATER PUMP BOH2-P01A MOTOR (NEW 2002)    A
M-1904    MOTOR    BOH2 DESUPERHEATER WATER PUMP MOTOR BOH2-P15A M-l904 (200 HP / 3350 RPM / 447TS FRAME)    A
M-1994    MOTOR    BOH2 JET A FUEL OIL PUMP BOH2-P03 MOTOR (NEW 2002)    A
M-1993    MOTOR    BOH2 NH40H CHEMICAL INJECTION BOH2-P06A MOTOR (NEW 2002)    A
M-1992    MOTOR    BOH2 NH40H CHEMICAL INJECTION BOH2-P06 (NEW 2002)    A
M-2016    MOTOR    BOH2 NO 5 BOILER FORCE DRAFT FAN MOTOR    I
M-2017    MOTOR    BOH2 NO 6 BOILER FORCE DRAFT AIR FAN MOTOR (NEW 2002)    A
M-2018    MOTOR    BOH2 NO.7 BOILER FORCE DRAFT AIR FAN MOTOR (NEW 2002)    I
M-2019    MOTOR    BOH2 NO.8 BOILER FORCE DRAFT AIR FAN MOTOR (NEW 2002)(STORED AT MTI - SPARE) (ROTOR REBARRED WITH COPPER BARS 2/08 MTI JOB# 136139)    I
M-2004    MOTOR    BOH2 RECIRCULATION PUMP BLR 6 BOH2-P11 (NEW 2002)    A
M-2006    MOTOR    BOH2 RECIRCULATION PUMP BLR 7 BOH2-P13 (NEW 2002)    I
M-2007    MOTOR    BOH2 RECIRCULATION PUMP BLR 8 BOH2-P14 (NEW 2002)    A
M-2000    MOTOR    BOH2 WET ESP FLUSH PUMP BLR 5 BOH2-P07 (NEW 2002)    I
M-2001    MOTOR    BOH2 WET ESP FLUSH PUMP BLR 6 BOH2-P08 (NEW 2002)    A


Attachment 1 to Schedule 2.2.1

 

M-2002    MOTOR    BOH2 WET ESP FLUSH PUMP BLR 7 BOH2-P09 (NEW 2002)    I
M-2003    MOTOR    BOH2 WET ESP FLUSH PUMP BLR 8 BOH2-P10 (NEW 2002)    A
M-2030    MOTOR    BOH2 WET ESP PIRGE BLOWER 2 MOTOR BOILER 6    A
M-2024    MOTOR    BOH2 WET ESP PURGE BLOWER 1 BOILER 5    I
M-2029    MOTOR    BOH2 WET ESP PURGE BLOWER 1 MOTOR BOILER 6    A
M-2033    MOTOR    BOH2 WET ESP PURGE BLOWER 1 MOTOR BOILER 7    I
M-2037    MOTOR    BOH2 WET ESP PURGE BLOWER 1 MOTOR BOILER 8    A
M-2026    MOTOR    BOH2 WET ESP PURGE BLOWER 2 MOTOR BOILER 5    I
M-2034    MOTOR    BOH2 WET ESP PURGE BLOWER 2 MOTOR BOILER 7    I
M-2038    MOTOR    BOH2 WET ESP PURGE BLOWER 2 MOTOR BOILER 8    A
M-2027    MOTOR    BOH2 WET ESP PURGE BLOWER 3 MOTOR BOILER 5    I
M-2031    MOTOR    BOH2 WET ESP PURGE BLOWER 3 MOTOR BOILER 6    A
M-2035    MOTOR    BOH2 WET ESP PURGE BLOWER 3 MOTOR BOILER 7    I
M-2039    MOTOR    BOH2 WET ESP PURGE BLOWER 3 MOTOR BOILER 8    A
M-2028    MOTOR    BOH2 WET ESP PURGE BLOWER 4 MOTOR BOILER 5    I
M-2032    MOTOR    BOH2 WET ESP PURGE BLOWER 4 MOTOR BOILER 6    A
M-2036    MOTOR    BOH2 WET ESP PURGE BLOWER 4 MOTOR BOILER 7    I
M-2040    MOTOR    BOH2 WET ESP PURGE BLOWER 4 MOTOR BOILER 8    A
BHSSMS4-P04    MOTOR STARTER    BOH2 CONDENSATE WATER CIRCULATION PUMP STARTER BOH2-P04 MOTOR (NEW 2002) EOL DWG# 13211.01-FE-01B    I
BHSSMS4-P04A    MOTOR STARTER    BOH2 CONDENSATE WATER CIRCULATION PUMP STARTER BOH2-P04A MOTOR (NEW 2002) EOL DWG# 13211.01-FE-01B    I
BHSSMS4-P02    MOTOR STARTER    BOH2 DEAERATOR PUMP BOH2-P02 MOTOR STARTER (NEW 2002) EOL DWG# 13211.01-FE-01B    I
BHSSMS4-P02A    MOTOR STARTER    BOH2 DEAERATOR PUMP BOH2-P02A MOTOR STARTER (NEW 2002) EOL DWG# 13211.01-FE-01B    I
BHSSMS5-FD5    MOTOR STARTER    BOH2 NO.5 BOILER FORCE DRAFT FAN MOTOR STARTER    I
BHSSMS5- FD6    MOTOR STARTER    BOH2 NO.6 BOILER FORCE DRAFT AIR FAN MOTOR STARTER (NEW 2002)    I
BHSSMS5-FD7    MOTOR STARTER    BOH2 NO.7 BOILER FORCE DRAFT AIR FAN MOTOR STARTER (NEW 2002)    I
BHSSMS5-FD8    MOTOR STARTER    BOH2 NO.8 BOILER FORCE DRAFT AIR FAN MOTOR STARTER (NEW 2002)    I
MOV-615    MOV    BOH2 BOILER 05, 250 LB STEAM TO FAN TURBINE. MOTOR OPERATED VALVE (NEW 2004)    I
MOV-616    MOV    BOH2 BOILER 06, 250 LB STEAM TO FAN TURBINE. MOTOR OPERATED VALVE (NEW 2004)    A
MOV-617    MOV    BOH2 BOILER 07, 250 LB STEAM TO FAN TURBINE. MOTOR OPERATED VALVE (NEW 2004)    I
MOV-618    MOV    BOH2 BOILER 08, 250 LB STEAM TO FAN TURBINE. MOTOR OPERATED VALVE (NEW 2004)    A
MOV-164    MOV    POH BOILER NO. 3 BOH-BLR03 OUTLET HEADER 900LB MOTOR OPERATED VALVE (NEW 1996)    A
BOH-PIPE    PIPING    PIPING BOH PROJECT TRACKING.    A
P-2964    PUMP    BOH2 AQUEOUS AMMONIA PUMP BOH2-P05 NORTH (NEW 2002)    A
P-2965    PUMP    BOH2 AQUEOUS AMMONIA PUMP BOH2-P05A SOUTH (NEW 2002)    A
P-2968    PUMP    BOH2 BOH2-P07 WET ESP FLUSH PUMP BLR 5 (NEW 2002)    I
P-2969    PUMP    BOH2 BOH2-P08 WET ESP FLUSH PUMP BLR 6 (NEW 2002)    A
P-2970    PUMP    BOH2 BOH2-P09 WET ESP FLUSH PUMP BLR 7 (NEW 2002)    I
P-2971    PUMP    BOH2 BOH2-P10 WET ESP FLUSH PUMP BLR 8 (NEW 2002)    A
P-2972    PUMP    BOH2 BOH2-P11 RECIRCULATION PUMP BLR 6 (NEW 2002)    A
P-2973    PUMP    BOH2 BOH2-P12 RECIRCULATION PUMP BLR 6 (NEW 2002) MAX PSI 150    A
P-2975    PUMP    BOH2 BOH2-P14 RECIRCULATION PUMP BLR 8 (NEW 2002)    A
P-3019    PUMP    BOH2 CAUSTIC PUMP BOILER BOH2-P16 P-3019 (NEW 2002)    A
P-2962    PUMP    BOH2 CONDENSATE WATER CIRCULATION PUMP BOH2-P04 (NEW 2002)    A
P-2963    PUMP    BOH2 CONDENSATE WATER CIRCULATION PUMP BOH2-P04A (NEW 2002)    A
P-2953    PUMP    BOH2 DEAERATOR PUMP BOH2-P02 (NEW 2002)    A
P-2954    PUMP    BOH2 DEAERATOR PUMP BOH2-P02A (NEW 2002)    A
P-2955    PUMP    BOH2 DEAERATOR PUMP BOH2-P02B (NEW 2002)    I
P-2956    PUMP    BOH2 DEMINERALIZED WATER PUMP BOH2-P01 (NEW 2002)    A
P-2957    PUMP    BOH2 DEMINERALIZED WATER PUMP BOH2-P01A (NEW 2002)    A
P-0553    PUMP    BOH2 DESUPERHEATER WATER PUMP BOH2-P15A    A
P-2960    PUMP    BOH2 JET A FUEL OIL PUMP BOH2-P03 (NEW 2002)    A
P-2961    PUMP    BOH2 JET A FUEL OIL PUMP BOH2-P03A (NEW 2002) - TURBINE DRIVEN TR-2966    A
P-2958    PUMP    BOH2 NH40H CHEMICAL INJECTION BOH2-P06 (NEW 2002)    I
P-2959    PUMP    BOH2 NH40H CHEMICAL INJECTION BOH2-P06A (NEW 2002)    I
P-2974    PUMP    BOH2 RECIRCULATION PUMP BLR 7 (NEW 2002) BOH2-P13    I
P-2976    PUMP    BOH2-P15B DESUPERHEATER PUMP (NEW 2002)    I
RV-023024    RELIEF VALVE    BOH-PIPE 15# LB STEAM OUTLET SIDE RELIEF VALVE ON JET “A” FUEL SYSTEM 3 X 4”/ SET @ 50 PSI PID 18-2026-46.01 (NEW 2002)    A
RV-023041    RELIEF VALVE    BOH2 BOILERHOUSE TANK 1010 RELIEF VALVE RV-023041 (3” SET 50 PSI) (NEW 2002)    A
RV-023018    RELIEF VALVE    BOH2 FUEL GAS WASH SYSTEM RELIEF VALVE (1” X 2” / SET @ 150 PSI) PID-18-2002-43.02 (NEW 2002)    A
RV-023046    RELIEF VALVE    BOH2 RELIEF VALVE FOR 900 LB STEAM SPARE RELIEF VALVE (1-1/2” X 3” / SET @ 1050PSI)    A
RV-023023    RELIEF VALVE    BOH2 RELIEF VALVE FOR BOILER 5 TURBINE FAN 6 X 8” / SET @ 60 PSI PID - 18-2711-34.01 (NEW 2002)    I
RV-023022    RELIEF VALVE    BOH2 RELIEF VALVE FOR BOILER 6 TURBINE FAN 6 X8” / SET @ 60 PSI PID - 18-2711-34.01 (NEW 2002)    A


Attachment 1 to Schedule 2.2.1

 

RV-023020    RELIEF VALVE    BOH2 RELIEF VALVE FOR BOILER 7 TURBINE FAN 6 X 8” / SET @ 60 PSI PID - 18-2711.34.01 (NEW 2002)    I
RV-023025    RELIEF VALVE    BOH2 RELIEF VALVE FOR BOILER 8 TURBINE FAN 6 X 8” / SET @ 60 PSI PID - 18-2711-34.01 (NEW 2002)    A
RV-023019    RELIEF VALVE    BOH2 RELIEF VALVE FOR DESUPERHEATER PUMP (1-1/2 X 3” / SET @ 240 PSI) PID - 18-3711-17.02 (NEW 2002)    A
RV-023048    RELIEF VALVE    BOH2 RELIEF VALVE FOR STEAM DRUM SPARE RELIEF VALVE (3” X 6” / SET @ 1100 PSI)    A
RV-023042    RELIEF VALVE    BOH2-BL05 AIR DRUM RELIEF VALVE 1/2 X 1” / SET @ 150 PSI (NEW 2002)    I
RV-023043    RELIEF VALVE    BOH2-BLR06 AIR DRUM RELIEF VALVE 1/2 X 1” / SET @ 150 PSI (NEW 2002)    A
RV-023044    RELIEF VALVE    BOH2-BLR07 AIR DRUM RELIEF VALVE 1/2 X 1” / SET@ 150 PSI (NEW 2002)    I
RV-023045    RELIEF VALVE    BOH2-BLR08 AIR DRUM RELIEF VALVE 1/2 X 1” / SET @ 150 PSI (NEW 2002)    A
RV-023021    RELIEF VALVE    BOH2-P02B DEMINERALIZED WATER RELIEF VALVE (3” X 4” / SET @ 60 PSI) PID - 18-3726-02.01 (NEW 2002)    A
RV-023029    RELIEF VALVE    RELIEF VALVE FOR 900 LB STEAM FOR BOILER 6 1 1/2 X 3” / 1050 PSI PID - 18-3704-63 (NEW 2002)    A
RV-023027    RELIEF VALVE    RELIEF VALVE FOR 900 LB STEAM ON BOILER (1-1/2” X 3” / SET @ 1050 PSI) PID - 18-3704-61 (NEW 2002)    A
RV-023033    RELIEF VALVE    RELIEF VALVE FOR 900 LB STEAM ON BOILER 5 1 1/2 X 3” / SET @ 1050 PID - 18-3704-67 (SPARE)    A
RV-023031    RELIEF VALVE    RELIEF VALVE FOR 900 LB STEAM ON BOILER 6 1 1/2 X 3”/ SET @ 1050 PSI PID - 18-3704-65 (SPARE)    A
RV-023032    RELIEF VALVE    RELIEF VALVE FOR AQUEOUS AMMONIA REGEN. TURBINE VANE PUMP 1/4 X 1/4” / SET @ 125 PSI PID - 18-5317-60 (NEW 2002)    A
RV-023039    RELIEF VALVE    RELIEF VALVE FOR AQUEOUS AMMONIA REGEN. TURBINE VANE PUMP (1/4” X 1/4” / SET @ 125 PSI) PID - 18-5317-60 (NEW 2002)    A
RV-023026    RELIEF VALVE    RELIEF VALVE FOR BOILER (3” X 6” / SET @ 1100 PSI) P&ID DWG 18-3704-67 (NEW 2002)    A
RV-023035    RELIEF VALVE    RELIEF VALVE FOR BOILER #7 (3” X 6” / SET @ 1075 PSI PID - 18-3704-65 (SPARE)    I
RV-023036    RELIEF VALVE    RELIEF VALVE FOR BOILER (3 X 6” / SET @ 1100 PSI PID - 18-3704-65 (SPARE)    A
RV-023028    RELIEF VALVE    RELIEF VALVE FOR BOILER (3” X 6” / SET @ 1075 PSI) PID DWG: 18-3704-67 (NEW 2002)    A
RV-023047    RELIEF VALVE    RELIEF VALVE FOR BOILER STEAM DRUM SPARE (3” X 6” / SET @ 1175 PSI)    A
RV-023034    RELIEF VALVE    RELIEF VALVE FOR STEAM DRUM ON No. 5 BOILER 3 X 6” / SET @ 1100 PSI PID - 18-3704-61 (NEW 2002)    I
RV-023037    RELIEF VALVE    RELIEF VALVE FOR STEAM DRUM ON No. 6 BOILER 3 X 6” / SET @ 1075 PSI PID - 18-3704-63 (NEW 2002)    A
RV-023038    RELIEF VALVE    RELIEF VALVE FOR STEAM DRUM ON No. 6 BOILER 3 X 6” / SET @ 1100 PSI PID - 18-3604-63 (NEW 2002)    A
RV-023030    RELIEF VALVE    RELIEF VALVE FOR STEAM DRUM ON No. 7 BOILER 3 X 6” / SET @ 1075 PSI PID - 18-3704-61 (NEW 2002)    A
BOH2-SIL5    SILENCER    RELIEF VALVE SILENCER ON BOH2-BLR05 (PM BOILER SHUTDOWN)    A
BOH2-SIL5A    SILENCER    RELIEF VALVE SILENCER ON BOH2-BLR05 (PM BOILER SHUTDOWN)    A
BOH2-SIL6    SILENCER    RELIEF VALVE SILENCER ON BOH2-BLR06 (PM BOILER SHUTDOWN)    A
BOH2-SIL6A    SILENCER    RELIEF VALVE SILENCER ON BOH2-BLR06 (PM BOILER SHUTDOWN)    A
BOH2-SIL7    SILENCER    RELIEF VALVE SILENCER ON BOH2-BLR07 (PM BOILER SHUTDOWN)    A
BOH2-S1L7A    SILENCER    RELIEF VALVE SILENCER ON BOH2-BLR07 (PM BOILER SHUTDOWN)    A
BOH2-SIL8    SILENCER    RELIEF VALVE SILENCER ON BOH2-BLR08 (PM BOILER SHUTDOWN)    A
BOH2-SIL8A    SILENCER    RELIEF VALVE SILENCER ON BOH2-BLR08 (PM BOILER SHUTDOWN)    A
BOH2-STK05    STACK    BOH2 NO.5 BOILER STACK (NEW 2002)    I
BOH2-STK06    STACK    BOH2 NO.6 BOILER STACK (NEW 2002)    A
BOH2-STK07    STACK    BOH2 NO.7 BOILER STACK (NEW 2002)    I
BOH2-STK08    STACK    BOH2 NO.8 BOILER STACK (NEW 2002)    A
BOH-FND    STRUCTURAL    BOH FOUNDATION - PROJECT TRACKING    A
BOH-STRUCT    STRUCTURAL    BOH STRUCTURAL - PROJECT TRACKING    A
WSY-STRUCT    STRUCTURAL    WYS STRUCTURAL - PROJECT TRACKING    A


Attachment 1 to Schedule 2.2.1

 

BOH2-TK505    TANK    BOH2 WET ESP TANK BOILER 5 (NEW 2002)    I
BOH2-TK506    TANK    BOH2 WET ESP TANK BOILER 6 (NEW 2002)    A
BOH2-TK507    TANK    BOH2 WET ESP TANK BOILER 7 (NEW 2002)    I
BOH2-TK508    TANK    BOH2 WET ESP TANK BOILER 8 (NEW 2002)    A
S2T54-68    TRANSFORMER    WSY TRANSFORMER 2400 X 480 KVA150 POWER FOR RIVER PUMP HOUSE AND DOCK 3 POLE NUMBER 101 PAD MOUNT YES.    A
TF-0033    TRANSFORMER    WYS TRANSFORMER IS LOCATED ON THE WEST ROAD OUT SIDE THE REFINERY MAIN FENCED AREA 2400 X 240/480 PICK UP KEY AT THE MAIN GATE TO ENTER TRANSFORMER FENCED AREA POLE NUMBER 192 PAD MOUNT YES.    I
TR-0616    TURBINE    BOH NO.1 BOILER BOH-BLR01 SOUTH DRAFT FAN FAN-0587 TURBINE TR-0616 PID DWG POH-16-14287-23    I
TR-2967    TURBINE    BOH2 DEAERATOR PUMP BOH2-P02B TURBINE (NEW 2002)    I
TR-2966    TURBINE    BOH2 JET A FUEL OIL PUMP BOH2-P03A TURBINE (NEW 2002)    A
TR-2992    TURBINE    BOH2 NO.5 BOILER FORCE DRAFT AIR FAN TURBINE (NEW 2002)    I
TR-2993    TURBINE    BOH2 NO.6 BOILER FORCE DRAFT AIR FAN TURBINE (NEW 2002)    A
TR-2994    TURBINE    BOH2 NO.7 BOILER FORCE DRAFT AIR FAN TURBINE (NEW 2002)    I
TR-2995    TURBINE    BOH2 NO.8 BOILER FORCE DRAFT AIR FAN TURBINE (NEW 2002)    A
BOH-VALVE    VALVE    BOH VALVES DOES NOT INCLUDE CHECK, CONTROL VALVES, OR RELIEF VALVES - DO NOT WRITE WO FOR THOSE TO THIS EQUIP.    A
BOH2-NRV01    VALVE    BOH2-NRV01 NON RETURN VALVE ON BOILER STEAM HEADER ON BOILER NO.05    A
BOH2-NRV02    VALVE    BOH2-NRV02 NON RETURN VALVE ON BOILER STEAM HEADER ON BOILER NO.06    A
BOH2-NRV03    VALVE    BOH2-NRV03 NON RETURN VALVE ON BOILER STEAM HEADER ON BOILER NO.07    A
BOH2-NRV04    VALVE    BOH2-NRV04 NON RETURN VALVE ON BOILER STEAM HEADER ON BOILER NO.08    A
DRM-1010    VESSEL    AQUEOUS AMONIA DRUM BOH2-TK215 (NEW 2002)    A
DRM-1530    VESSEL    BOH BOILER NO. 1 BOH-BLR01 MUD DRUM PID DWG 18-3704-22 (UNIT SHUTDOWN REQUIRED)    A
DRM-1531    VESSEL    BOH BOILER NO. 1 BOH-BLR01 STEAM DRUM PID DWG 18-3704-22 (UNIT SHUTDOWN REQUIRED)    A
DRM-1532    VESSEL    BOH NO.2 BOILER BOH-BLR02 MUD DRUM PID DWG 18-3704-26    A
DRM-1533    VESSEL    BOH NO.2 BOILER BOH-BLR02 STEAM DRUM PID DWG 18-3704-26    A
DRM-1534    VESSEL    BOH NO.3 BOILER BOH-BLR03 MUD DRUM PID DWG 18-3704-26    A
DRM-1535    VESSEL    BOH NO.3 BOILER BOH-BLR03 STEAM DRUM PID DWG 18-3704-26    A
DRM-1536    VESSEL    BOH NO.4 BOILER BOH-BLR04 MUD DRUM PID DWG 18-3704-28    A
DRM-1537    VESSEL    BOH NO.4 BOILER BOH-BLR04 STEAM DRUM PID DWG 18-3704-28    A
DRM-4008    VESSEL    BOH2 NO.5 BOILER ECONOMIZER    I
DRM-4004    VESSEL    BOH2 NO.5 BOILER MUD DRUM    I
DRM-4000    VESSEL    BOH2 NO.5 BOILER STEAM DRUM    I
DRM-4012    VESSEL    BOH2 NO.5 BOILER WET ESP (NEW 2002)    I
DRM-4009    VESSEL    BOH2 NO.6 BOILER ECONOMIZER    A
DRM-4005    VESSEL    BOH2 NO.6 BOILER MUD DRUM    A
DRM-4001    VESSEL    BOH2 NO.6 BOILER STEAM DRUM    A
DRM-4013    VESSEL    BOH2 NO.6 BOILER WET ESP (NEW 2002)    A
DRM-4010    VESSEL    BOH2 NO.7 BOILER ECONOMIZER    I
DRM-4006    VESSEL    BOH2 NO.7 BOILER MUD DRUM    I
DRM-4002    VESSEL    BOH2 NO.7 BOILER STEAM DRUM    I
DRM-4014    VESSEL    BOH2 NO.7 BOILER WET ESP (NEW 2002)    I
DRM-4011    VESSEL    BOH2 NO.8 BOILER ECONOMIZER    A
DRM-4007    VESSEL    BOH2 NO.8 BOILER MUD DRUM    A
DRM-4003    VESSEL    BOH2 NO.8 BOILER STEAM DRUM    A


Attachment 1 to Schedule 2.2.1

 

DRM-4015    VESSEL    BOH2 NO.8 BOILER WET ESP (NEW 2002)    A
UPS-106A    UPS    MOB UNINTERUPTED POWER SUPPLY UPS-106 (2ND FLOOR)    A
VH-4864    VEHICLE    MMR SECURITY (97 FORD F-150) VH-4864    I
SUB MAIN       29   
SMN1B7-E    BUS    (MAIN) 1 13.8KV BUS EAST SIDE    A
SMN1B7-W    BUS    (MAIN) 1 13.8KV BUS WEST SIDE    A
SMN2B7-B    BUS    (MAIN) 2 SUB EAST BUS 13.8KV    A
SMN2B7-A    BUS    (MAIN) 2 SUB WEST BUS 13.8KV    A
COGENB6-A    BUS    COGEN STATION SERVICE 4.16KV BUS A    A
COGENB6-B    BUS    COGEN STATION SERVICE 4.16KV BUS B    A
COGENB7-A    BUS    REACTOR LIMITED 13.8KV BUS IN COGEN BUILDING FOR SS AND POH    A
COGENB7-B    BUS    REACTOR LIMITED 13.8KV BUS IN COGEN BUILDING FOR SS AND POH    A
SMN2F7-6A    FEEDER    13.8 KV ELECTRICAL FEEDER FROM MAIN2 TO SUB 1 PDC BUS “A”    A
SMN2F7-6B    FEEDER    13.8 KV ELECTRICAL FEEDER FROM MAIN2 TO SUB 1 PDC BUS “B”    A
SMN1F7-3    FEEDER    13.8KV FEEDER TO SUB 1 NORMAL NORTH SIDE    A
SMN1F7-4    FEEDER    13.8KV FEEDER TO SUB 1 NORMAL SOUTH SIDE    A
SMN1F7-1    FEEDER    13.8KV FEEDER TO SUB 2 AND 3 NORMAL 2N AND 3S    A
SMN1F7-2    FEEDER    13.8KV FEEDER TO SUB 2 AND 3 NORMAL 2S AND 3N, AND ALSO TO FCC AIR BOLWER CAPTIVE TRANSFORMER    A
SMN1F7-5    FEEDER    13.8KV FEEDER TO SUB 4 AND 5 NORMAL 4N    A
SMN1F7-6    FEEDER    13.8KV FEEDER TO SUB 4 AND 5 NORMAL 4S    A
SMN2F7-4B    FEEDER    13.8KV FEEDER TO SUB 5 USAULLY 5N    A
SMN2F7-3A    FEEDER    13.8KV FEEDER TO SUB 5 USSUALLY 5S    A
PSE&GF8    FEEDER    UTILITY LINES TO PLANT    A
COGENG7-ST1    GENERATOR    COGEN STEAM TURBINE GENERATOR 1    A
COGENT76-4    TRANSFORMER    COGEN STATION SERVICE TRANSFORMER 4    A
COGENT76-5    TRANSFORMER    COGEN STATION SERVICE TRANSFORMER 5    A
SMN2T77-B    TRANSFORMER    ISOLATION TRANSFORMER FOR (MAIN) 2 SUB EAST SIDE    A
SMN2T77-A    TRANSFORMER    ISOLATION TRANSFORMER FOR (MAIN) 2 SUB WEST SIDE    A
SMN1T77-6    TRANSFORMER    TF-0189 ISOLATION TRANSFORMER, POWERHOUSE, 13.8 KV X 13.8 KV WEST OF COGEN    A
SMN1T77-7    TRANSFORMER    TF-0190 ISOLATION TRANSFORMER, POWERHOUSE, 13.8 KV X 13.8 KV WEST OF COGEN    A
COGENT87-1    TRANSFORMER    TRANSFORMER FOR GT-A AND HALF OF REFINERY FEED FROM GLOUSTER PSE&G LINE P-2242 SIDE    A
COGENT87-3    TRANSFORMER    TRANSFORMER FOR GT-B AND HALF OF REFINERY FEED FROM DEPTFORD PSE&G LINE V-2274 SIDE    A
COGENT87-2    TRANSFORMER    TRANSFORMER FOR ST-1 STEAM TURBINE CAN BE CONNECTED TO EITHER PSE&G LINE    A
SUB1       35   
S1B4-43    BUS    -    A
S1B4-7    BUS    100A MOTOR STARTER RACK AT WEST END OF UNIT (EXTENSION OF MAIN RACK)    A
S1B5-N    BUS    2.4KV 1200A SUB1 NORTH SIDE FCC FEEDERS 11,12,&13 POSSIBLE BACKFEED THROUGH FEEDER 11 VIA POLE SWITCH TO FEEDER 60A IN PLACE OF TRANSFORMER    A
S1B5-S    BUS    2.4KV 1200A SUB1 S FEEDER 14,15,16    A
S1B4-9    BUS    225A MOTOR STARTER RACK IN PLY    A
S1B4-2    BUS    300A MOTOR STARTER RACK OUTSIDE CONTROL ROOM (EAST SIDE)    A
S1B3-LP    BUS    400A 4#500    A
S1B4-8    BUS    400A MOTOR STARTER RACK IN PLY    A
S1B4-6    BUS    MOTOR STARTER 400A MAIN FOR CUMENE    A


Attachment 1 to Schedule 2.2.1

 

S1B4-5    BUS    MOTOR STARTER 500A MAIN FOR CUMENE    A
S1B4-10    BUS    MOTOR STARTER RACK IN PLY    A
S1B4-4    BUS    SOUTH CUMENE MCC 07    A
S1F5-15    FEEDER    2.4 KV 400A SUB 1 TO CT2 FANS    A
S1F5-16    FEEDER    2.4 KV 400A SUB 1 TO CUM, PLY, ADMIN    A
S1F5-14    FEEDER    2.4KV 400A SUB 1 CT2 FANS ***OUT OF SERVICE***    D
S1F4-1    FEEDER    200A WELDING FEEDER #1 FROM MOTOR STARTER RACK OUTSIDE CONTROL ROOM (EAST SIDE)    A
S1F4-2    FEEDER    50A WELDING FEEDER FROM MOTOR STARTER RACK OUTSIDE CONTROL ROOM (EAST SIDE)    A
S1F5-11A    FEEDER    SUB 1 FEEDER 11A 2400v 600A TO FCC FEEDS FROM FEEDER 11 VIA POLE SWITCH, CAN BE SWITCHED TO FEEDER 60    A
S1F5-11    FEEDER    SUB 1 FEEDER 11 - 2.4KV 600A TO FCC (VIA FEEDER 11A) MAY BE USED AS BACK FEED TO SUB 1 BUS VIA FEEDER 60A FROM POWERHOUSE    A
S1F5-12    FEEDER    SUB 1 FEEDER 12 - 2.4KV 400A TO CT#3 PUMPHOUSE    A
S1F5-13    FEEDER    SUB 1 FEEDER 13 - 2.4KV 400A TO CT#3 TRANSFORMERS FOR FANS ***OUT OF SERVICE***    D
S1T43-3    TRANSFORMER    480V X 120/240V 2KVA TRANSFORMER    A
S1T54-62A    TRANSFORMER    CUM TRANSFORMER 2400 X 480 500KVA POWER FOR CUMENE UNIT. SOUTH MOST TRANSFORMER (PARALLELED WITH TF-0062) NORTH MOST TRANSFORMER. POLE NUMBER 136 PAD MOUNT YES.    I
S1T53-19    TRANSFORMER    CUM TRANSFORMER, TREATING UNIT LINDE 2400 X 208/120 45 KVA. LIGHTING LINDE UNIT POLE NUMBER 116 PAD MOUNT YES.    A
S1T54-74    TRANSFORMER    FCC TRANSFORMER 2400 X 480 FOR CWT 3 FANS FOR FCCU TF-0074. ***REMOVED FROM SERVICE***    I
S1T54-73    TRANSFORMER    FCCU TRANSFORMER NUMBER TF-0073 FOR NUMBER THREE CWT EAST FAN BANK. ELECTRICAL SINGLE LINE DRAWING NUMBER 11-13926-D REV#2.0 PAD MOUNT YES. ***REMOVED FROM SERVICE***    I
S1T53-36    TRANSFORMER    GPL TRANSFORMER GATEHOUSE TYPE HPJ 2400 X 208/120 45 KVA EASTERN MOST OF TWO TRANSFORMERS POLE NUMBER 230 PAD MOUNT YES.    A
S1T54-185    TRANSFORMER    PAD MOUNT FOR CUMENE 480 VOLT PUMP MOTORS 2400 X 480 500 KVA SINGLE LINE DWG.NO. 11-13898-D POLE NUMBER ST-10 PAD MOUNT YES.    A
S3T54-178    TRANSFORMER    PAD MOUNT FOR MIXERS AND MOTORS. 2400/480 500 KVA ***DEMOED***    D
S1T53-11    TRANSFORMER    PLY TRANSFORMER 2400 X 208/120 TF-0011 LIGHTING TRANSFORMER FOR POLY AND CUMENE UNIT POLE NUMBER 135.    A
S1T54-71    TRANSFORMER    PLY TRANSFORMER 2400 X 480 KVA300 POWER FOR EAST LOAD CENTER FOR CWT FANS POLE NUMBER MANHOLE PAD MOUNT YES. ***REMOVED FROM SERVICE***    I
S1T54-72    TRANSFORMER    PLY TRANSFORMER 2400 X 480 KVA300 POWER FOR WEST LOAD CENTER FOR CWT FANS POLE NUMBER MANHOLE PAD MOUNT YES. ***REMOVED FROM SERVICE***    I
S1T54-172    TRANSFORMER    PLY TRANSFORMER NO. 172 500 KVA 2400 / 480 VOLTS CUMENE CHARGE PUMPS POLE NUMBER 135 PAD MOUNT YES.    I
S1T75-N    TRANSFORMER    SUB 1 MAIN TRANSFORMER NORTH SIDE 13.8 TO 2.4 KV 3000KVA FEED FROM FEEDER 3 OR 4    A
S1T75-S    TRANSFORMER    SUB-1 TRANSFORMER, DISTRIBUTION, 13.8 KV SUB-01 SOUTH END OF SUB-1 POLE NUMBER S-17/S-18 PAD MOUNT YES.    A
SUB2       28   
S2B4-4    BUS    100A 480V BUS FOR DOCK 3    A
S2B4-3    BUS    100A 480V FEEDER FOR CAPSTAN LOADS    A
S2B5-201B    BUS    1200A MCC IN 2 SUB    A
S2B5-N    BUS    2.4KV 1200A MAIN BUS FOR 2 SUBSTATION    A
S2B5-S    BUS    2.4KV 1200A MAIN BUS FOR 2 SUBSTATION    A
S2B4-16    BUS    400A 480V RACK P5 IN ALKY    A
S2B4-12    BUS    400A MOTOR STARTER RACK PI    A
S2B4-MCCB    BUS    SRU 3 N MCC (NORTH)    A
S2B7-N    BUS    SUB 2 13 8KV BUS    A
S2B7-S    BUS    SUB 2 13.8KV BUS    A
S2F5-6    FEEDER    2.4KV 400A FEEDER AREA LOOP TO SOUTH    A
S2F5-5    FEEDER    2.4KV 400A FEEDER TO SOUTH OF SUBSTATION TO MCC FOR 4 PUMPS    A
S2F5-1    FEEDER    2.4KV 600A AERIAL LOOP NORTH TO RIVER AND WWT    A
S2F5-10    FEEDER    BACK UP CONNECTION FOR FEEDER 5-2    A
S2F5-11    FEEDER    BACK UP CONNECTION FOR FEEDER 5-3    A
S2F5-22    FEEDER    DUPLICATE    D
S2F5-24    FEEDER    DUPLICATE    D
S2T75-N    TRANSFORMER    13.8- 2.4KV 7.5MVA BASE DELTA DELTA TRANSFORMER    A
S2T75-S    TRANSFORMER    13.8- 2.4KV 7.5MVA BASE DELTA DELTA TRANSFORMER    A
S3T75-S    TRANSFORMER    13.8- 2.4KV 7.5MVA BASE DELTA DELTA TRANSFORMER    A
S3T75-N    TRANSFORMER    13.8- 2.4KV 7.5MVA BASE DELTA DELTA TRANSFORMER    A
S2T43-4    TRANSFORMER    15 KVA 480-120/208 TRANSFORMER FOR INST PANEL IN COMPRESSOR AREA    A
S2T43-1    TRANSFORMER    480- 120/240 1 PHASE LIGHTING    A
S2T43-7    TRANSFORMER    480-120/208 15KVA    A
S2T43-8    TRANSFORMER    480-120/208 15KVA    A
S2T43-12    TRANSFORMER    480-120/208 15KVA    A
S2T43-01    TRANSFORMER    LIGHTING TRANSFORMER FOR TRAILER AT RIVER WATER    A
S2T54-168    TRANSFORMER    PSM TRANSFORMER 2400 X 480 POWER FOR 3070 BUILDING (PROCESS SAFETY MANAGEMENT)    A
SUB3       29   
S3B5-N    BUS    2.4KV 1200A    A


Attachment 1 to Schedule 2.2.1

 

S3B5-S    BUS    2.4KV 1200A    A
S3B4-6    BUS    300A BUS FOR MOTOR STARTER FOR STARTERS IN #2 PUMPHOUSE    A
S3B4-2    BUS    480V STARTER RACK BUS AT TANK FARM TK 105    A
S3B4-MCCA    BUS    5RU 3 5 MCC (SOUTH)    A
S3B4-7    BUS    STARTER RACK BUS FOR TRANSFORMER TF-135    A
S3F5-35    FEEDER    SUB 3 2.400KV FEEDER TO NORTH TANK FARM/RIVER    A
S3F5-37    FEEDER    SUB 3 2.4KV 400A FEEDER TO SOUTH TANK FARM/SALES    A
S3F5-32    FEEDER    SUB 3 2.4KV 400A FEEDER TO TF PUMPHOUSE    A
S3F5-33    FEEDER    SUB 3 2.4KV 400A FEEDER TO TF PUMPHOUSE    A
S3F5-34    FEEDER    SUB 3 2.4KV 400A FEEDER TO TF PUMPHOUSE    A
S3F5-36    FEEDER    SUB 3 2.4KV FEEDER TO COLONIAL PUMPS    A
S3F5-35A    FEEDER    SUB 3 2.4KV FEEDER TO 5RU 3    A
S3F5-31    FEEDER    SUB3 2400V FEEDER TO CENTRAL TANK FARM    A
S3T43-002    TRANSFORMER    120/208 LIGHTING TRANSFORMER IN #2 PUMPHOUSE    A
S3T54-CW1    TRANSFORMER    2300/480 TRANSFORMER FOR #1 CWT FANS AND AREA    A
S3T54-006    TRANSFORMER    DUPLICATE    D
S3T54-48    TRANSFORMER    GPL TRANSFORMER 2400 X 480 300KVA TYPE WLLT6 WEST OF TK 117 EAST OF SRU POLE NUMBER 267P PAD MOUNT YES.    I
S3T54-46    TRANSFORMER    GPL TRANSFORMER SOUTHWEST OF TANK 102 2400 X 208/120 POLE NUMBER 286 PAD MOUNT YES.    A
S3T43-001    TRANSFORMER    HONEYWELL BLENDING SYSTEM DRY TRANSFORMER    A
S3T54-182    TRANSFORMER    PAD MOUNT FOR NEW TANK FARM BLENDING 480 VOLT MOTORS 2400 X 480 VOLT POLE NUMBER 35 PAD MOUNT YES.    A
SS3T43-001    TRANSFORMER    SS3T43-001 HONEYWELL BLENDING SYSTEM DRY TRANSFORMER    A
S3T54-60    TRANSFORMER    TFA TRANSFORMER 2400 X 240/480 300KVA TYPE AT POWER FOR PUMP MOTORS AND MOVS 120FT EAST OF TANK 51 POLE NUMBER 30 PAD MOUNT YES.    A
S3T54-55    TRANSFORMER    TFA TRANSFORMER 2400 X 240/480 TYPE HPZ 75KVA POWER FOR MOTORS AND MOV S POLE NUMBER 34 PAD MOUNT YES.    I
S3T54-87    TRANSFORMER    TFA TRANSFORMER 2400 X 480 POWER FOR TANK 105 AND RELATED EQUIPMENT TRANSFORMER ON MAIN TANK FARM ROAD POLE NUMBER 259 PAD MOUNT YES.    A
S3T54-187    TRANSFORMER    TFA TRANSFORMER NO. 56 500 KVA 2400 X 480 VOLTS USED FOR M.0 V”S AND MIXERS POLE NUMBER 338 PAD MOUNT YES.    A
S3T54-135    TRANSFORMER    TFA TRANSFORMER TANK FARM 2400 X 480 300 KVA    A
S3T54-34    TRANSFORMER    TFA TRANSFORMER TANK FARM TYPE HPZ 2400 X 480 75 KVA WESTERN MOST OF TWO TRANSFORMERS POLE NUMBER 34 PAD MOUNT YES.    I
S3TS4-3    TRANSFORMER    TFA TRANSFORMER TANK FARM TYPE-AT 2400 / 240X480 / 200 KVA. SINGLE LINE DWG# 11-13914-D POLE NUMBER 254 PAD MOUNT YES.    A
SUB4       30   
S4B5-WWT    BUS    100A    A
S4B4-1    BUS    1200A ALLEN BRADLEY MCC IN 5RU#2    A
S4B5-N    BUS    2.4KV 1200A, NORTH BUS OF SUB 4 FEEDERS 402 TO 406    A
S4B5-S    BUS    2.4KV 1200A, SOUTH BUS OF SUB 4 FEEDERS 407 TO 410    A
S4P3-10    BUS    225a 120/208 PANEL FOR CRITICAL 120V SERVICES BACKED UP BY GENERATOR VIA TRANSFER SWITCH CRU CONTROL ROOM    A
S4B5-2    BUS    2400V MCC FOR CRU LARGE MOTORS    A
S4B5-SG4    BUS    2400V SWITCHGEAR NUMBER 4 NEAR NUMBER SUBSTATION 4    A
S4B4-21    BUS    480 MCC 8 EAST RACK IN DELEX/CLAY TREATER UNIT    A
S4B4-AER    BUS    480V BUS WITH NE,NW,SE AND SW AERATOR MOTOR STARTERS    A
S4B4-10    BUS    480V MOTOR STARTER FOR S4B4-11    A
S4B4-12    BUS    600A    A
S4B4-14    BUS    600A    A
S4B4-13    BUS    600A    A
S4B4-17    BUS    800A    A
S4B4-18    BUS    800A    A
S4B4-22    BUS    800A    A
S4B4-2    BUS    800A    A
S4B4-19    BUS    800A    A
S4B4-23    BUS    800A    A
S4B4-25    BUS    800A    A
S4B4-4    BUS    800A    A
S4B4-5    BUS    800A    A
S4B4-9    BUS    800A    A
S4B4-8    BUS    800A    A
S4B4-7    BUS    800A    A
S4B4-6    BUS