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  • Oil Tanker Gas Carrier Terminals – Oceanica SPK Engineering

    Oil Tanker Gas Carrier Terminals – Oceanica SPK Engineering

    BERTH 54 TANKER TERMINAL AT KING FAHD PORT. HUTAHEGERFELD. Jubail, Saudi Arabia. The jetty accommodates chemical products' tankers 20,000 – 80,000 DWT. Platform, four (4) breasting dolphins and four (4) mooring dolphins. Platform constructed as RC deck (precast units, filled in situ with concrete) on steel driven piles.

  • Cargo Calculations on Tankers with ASTM Tables: Here is ...

    Cargo Calculations on Tankers with ASTM Tables: Here is ...

    23/09/2018 · According to ullage at berth in Chittagong Port with draft F/ Aft cargo found MT as same as load Port qty of MT. but after discharged into shore tank cargo found short than the berth ullage MT.

  • Ship Handling Simulator (SHS)

    Ship Handling Simulator (SHS)

    25/06/2019 · The simulator exercises are generally ship type specific, thus giving the participant a good idea of ship behavior on a particular type of vessel. To achieve these objectives a stateofart Kongsberg 'KSIM Polaris' FullMission Ship's Bridge Simulator is used. The Simulator is equipped with various ship models, which replie the manoeuvring ...

  • BAHIA BLANCA

    BAHIA BLANCA

    For tankers vessels, this berth consists of 4 berthing dolphins with central loading platforms of 31x21 m and outlying berthing dolphins giving an overall berth length of 371 m. Max LOA 250m. 2 arms of 10´ ANSI 150 for black products. 2 arms of 10´ANSI 150 for white products. 1 armd of 8´ANSI 300 for EDC (ETHYLENE DICHLORIDE).

  • Marine Pilot / Mooring Master

    Marine Pilot / Mooring Master

    Handled tankers at CBM (conventional mooring) and VLCCs at SBM. At this port, I was actively involved in newly installation of SBM and I had the honor to berth first VLCC at newly installed SBM. Master on Tankers (sailing): Jan 2001 to July 2001 MT Fantasy SDWT: 155612 May 2000 to .

  • Mekaines

    Mekaines

    SubType: LNG liquefied gas tanker, Ship Type 2G, methane (LNG) in membrane tanks, 500 kg/m3, max. vapour pressure bar, min. temp. minus 163 degree C Flag: Marshall Islands

  • A Comparison Between Conventional Buoy Mooring CBM, .

    A Comparison Between Conventional Buoy Mooring CBM, .

    can be designed to berth all sizes of tankers, with the largest CBM system in the world designed to accommodate vessels up to 225 000 DWT ( Puma multidirectional loading facility, Angola, 2015). The tanker usually needs assistance in mooring and disconnecting from the mooring and navigating away from the CBM system. Ship usually can moor

  • Mooring System for Very Large Ships at Berth

    Mooring System for Very Large Ships at Berth

    Mooring System for Very Large Ships at Berth ... accommodate vessels with greater drafts. Tankers for crude oil have reached up to million DWT (Dead Weight Tonnage). Also the ore carries of million ... addressed all these parameters on the behavior of moored ship .

  • COMMITTED TO QUALITY

    COMMITTED TO QUALITY

    OF TANKS RANGE OF TANKS CAPACITY IN OUT MODE ADDITIONAL FACILITIES WAREHOUSES SEA TANKER ACCOMODATION 250 14,600 cbm 200 15,000 cbm 250 5,000 cbm 8752,155 cbm Intermodal hub of 3,000 sqm (192 container max) 4 warehouses abt 15,400 sqm Drumming line Blending Diluition Bagging (bags from 25 to 75 Kg), stowing (over bags pe r hour) Ship ...

  • Conventional Buoy Mooring (CBM) system – Bluewater

    Conventional Buoy Mooring (CBM) system – Bluewater

    Conventional Buoy Mooring (CBM) system The Conventional Buoy Mooring (CBM) system includes multiple buoys that are fixed to the seabed by means of mooring lines and marine anchors. The three to six buoys are permanently installed in a rectangular pattern that allows safe mooring of a vessel which is positioned between the buoys with tug assistance.

  • MBCs protecting CBMMBM appliions

    MBCs protecting CBMMBM appliions

    In a CBM configuration, the bow of the ship is held in position by its own anchors and the stern of the vessel is usually secured with mooring buoys. There are usually between 3 and 7 mooring buoys. Once the ship is moored, the crew will pick up the marker buoy and hoist the hose string and connect the tanker rail hose to the tanker manifold.

  • MR Tanker | SHIPBROKER

    MR Tanker | SHIPBROKER

    27. May 2021 Commercial ships MR Tanker, Tanker more than 100 m, Tier III. We can now offer for Resale two units of MR Tankers that are ready for delivery! Engines are BW Tier II with option to upgrade to Tier III. Length abt. m. Length abt. m. Breadth, molded m. Depth, molded m.

  • ABU WA Oil Barrow Island

    ABU WA Oil Barrow Island

    with specific details associated to load crude oil at WA Oil CBM berth. Objectives The objective of this document is to provide appropriate information and guidance to Crude Oil Tanker Masters and all operational personnel that will ensure operations are undertaken safely and in compliance with all regulations, legislation and conventions

  • PORT INFORMATION

    PORT INFORMATION

    01 Ship's sanitation control exemption certifie 01 Garbage list (describe the nature of the garbage on board with +/ estimation in cbm) Please make sure that all yellow fever books are valid and there are no expired medicines and 01 provisions on board and check the expiry dates carefully

  • Choosing Between SPM CALM and CBM Mooring

    Choosing Between SPM CALM and CBM Mooring

    The system can be designed to berth all sizes of tankers, with the largest CBM system in the world designed to accommodate vessels up to 225 000 dwt (Puma multidirectional loading facility, Angola, 2015). Depth

  • "La Teja" Tanker Berth | Antares Shipping

    Vessels berth bow in, and on sailing turn immediately outside the basin, on drafts of up to 6,70 m. Above this draft, the turning maneuver becomes difficult for vessel and tugs. The berth has separate lines for fuel oil and distillates. Crude intake, 12´´, 105 lb/sqin, 900 cbm/h. Fuel oil, 8´´, pumping rate of 300 cbm/h at temperatures ...

  • Repsol Marine Terminal to Tanker Information

    Repsol Marine Terminal to Tanker Information

    CONVENTIONAL BUOY MOORING TERMINAL 1 ( TERMINAL 1): Is an offshore conventional buoy mooring system (CBM) constituted by 4 mooring buoys equipped with pelican hooks. It presently has two submarine pipelines of 16"Ø and Km. offshore used to load and discharge tanker ships with petroleum products and crude oil by two strings of submarine