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JETTY INFORMATION BOOKLET

Revison Name Change Date Signature


1 S.Chatterjee Section 2.3,2.7,2.8,2.9,2.10,2.11 1 Aug 10

Action Name Title Date Signature

Preparation S.Chatterjee Operations Manager 14 June 09


Approval Paul Shynett Jr Terminal Manager
All rights reserved. This document has been prepared for internal use on Oiltanking facilities only. It is the user’s
obligation to comply with all applicable laws and regulations. No warranty is made, either expressed or implied.
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Jetty Information Booklet

Content

1 Foreword

2 Terminal Regulations

3 Jetty Information and Acceptance Criteria

4 Mooring Arrangements

5 Shore Connections

6 Jetty Emergency Action Plan


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1. Foreword

The Jetty Information Booklet (JIB) has been compiled for your
information and guidance. It contains the relevant terminal regulations
and information essential for safe and efficient operations while your
vessel is alongside at Oiltanking Odfjell Terminal Oman (OOTO). It will
be updated as necessary to reflect recent changes.

We would appreciate your full co-operation during your stay at our


terminal, in particular on matters concerning health, safety, security
and environmental protection.

You are requested to comply with the relevant recommendations and


guidelines contained in the latest edition of the ‘International Safety
Guide for Oil Tankers and Terminal’, and the relevant requirements of
the latest version of SIP Rules and Regulations for Port Area.

Please do not hesitate to contact our Operations Superintendant or the


Terminal Manager in his absence, for the latest version of JIB or on
any query you may still have after reading this booklet or regarding
other items not included in it. They may be contacted at GSM: (+968)
99330659 and (+968) 99310076 respectively.

The Terminal Management,


Oiltanking Odfjell Terminals & Co LLC
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2. Terminal Regulations

2.1 Moorings

The Master shall ensure that his vessel is adequately moored


alongside. Please refer to Section 4 on mooring arrangements.

2.2 Cargo Transfer Operations

The vessel shall adhere strictly to the safety and pollution prevention
guidelines laid down in the latest edition (5th) of the ISGOTT.

2.3 Clean Ballast and readiness to commence operation

There is no dirty ballast/slop reception facility at the terminal. Vessels


for loading are to arrive with clean ballast and cargo tanks ready to
receive nominated cargoes. This specifically includes tests like “wall
wash” which should be done prior to vessel berthing alongside.

2.4 Tank Cleaning/Gas-Freeing

Cleaning or gas freeing of tanks alongside is not permitted.

2.5 Inert Gas System

If fitted, the inert gas system of the vessel, including alarms, meters
and recorder for oxygen content and pressure of inert gas supply shall
be fully operational and in use.

2.6 Readiness to Move

Your ship must be ready to move under its own power at short notice
in the event of any emergency.

2.7 Wind Velocities

At wind speeds of 18m/s or 35 Knots the loading /discharge operation


will be stopped and MLA disconnected.
At a wind speed forecast of 26m/s or 50 Knots the tanker shall
normally leave the berth for open sea.
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2.8 Over the Tide Cargo operations

Over the tide cargo operations are not allowed at OOTO’s berths.

2.9 Double banking

Double banking operations (direct transfer from ship to ship) is


allowed at berth AA2 and A. For any manipulation of goods which is to
take place between the ship and any other vessel, prior permission
from OOTO is required. Even if OOTO has allowed such transfer, it
willtake place under the masters responsibility and for account and risk
of the master and owner of the ship and not to the account of OOTO.

2.10 Communication

When alongside the communication between ship and shore will be


through Terminal UHF set “Channel 2”. In case of failure in
communication on terminal UHF set then alternate communication will
be established on VHF channel 13. In case of complete failure in
communication defined by failure of either ship or shore representative
to respond to radio communication (radio check or normal operations)
within five successive calls or five minutes whichever is less then the
operations to be immediately suspended and to be resumed only on
reestablishment of communication.

2.11 Escape Routes and Emergency equipment

Refer to OOTO Terminal Information Booklet.

2.12 HSSE Policy

OOTO is committed to the safe and efficient operation of its facilities.


Its goal is to prevent all accidents, injuries and occupational illness and
to protect the environment. Towards this end, OOTO HSSE rules and
regulations will be strictly enforced.
- No Smoking Allowed on the Jetties. Smoking on vessels to be
allowed in designated areas, which will be marked, by the
vessel.
- All operations to comply with “closed loading” as per ISGOTT.
- Vessel operations will be stopped in the event an unsafe practice
is observed.
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Our facility is in compliance with the ISPS Code. Therefore you are
requested to comply with the following terminal security regulations:
- Only OOTO authorized personnel are allowed access into the
terminal.
- Unless permitted by the Terminal Management, no persons are
allowed on the jetty.
- Delivery of provisions, stores or equipment to ship alongside the
jetty is permitted on a case to case basis with prior approval
from the Terminal Manager.
- Except for authorized crafts, no boat, launch or other craft may
approach the jetty or vessel secured thereto without the prior
approval of the Terminal Management.
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3. Jetty Information & Acceptance Criteria

Berths C1A & C1B (for ORPC)

• Max/Min Dwt 107,000/1,000


• Max Displacement 137,500 MT
• Max/Min LOA 268/61 m
• Max Beam 43m
• Max Draft 15.50 m
• Max berthing speed 0.10 m/sec
• Max berthing angle 6 deg
• Max manifold height at HHW 20.4/12.8*m
• Min manifold height at LLW 2.0/1.5*m
• Depth alongside -16.0 m CD

Notes:
1. A min UKC of 0.5m is required for vessel alongside.
2. * Applicable for LPG & Propylene L/arms.
Min/max distances between manifold flange and shipside:1.5/3.5
m.
Min/max distances between manifolds:1.3/1.5 m.
3. Fuel Oil, LPG and Propylene are not available on C1B.
4. HHWL = +3.4m CD; LLWL = 0.0m CD.
5. Berths C1A & C1B are mostly dedicated for SRC.
6. All ships will berth Bow–Out alongside all berths.

Berth AA1

• Max/Min DWT 70,000/4,000


• Max Displacement 94,000 MT
• Max/Min LOA 220/96 m
• Max Beam 35m
• Max Draft 15.50 m
• Max berthing speed 0.10 m/sec
• Max berthing angle 10 deg
• Max manifold height at HHW 20 m
• Min manifold height at LLW 1m
• Max manifold height at HHW (LPG) 15 m
• Min manifold height at LLW (LPG) 1.5 m
• Depth alongside -16.0 m CD
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Berth AA2

• Max/Min DWT 70,000/ 4,000


• Max/Min DWT for Methanol MLA 50,000/10,000
• Max Displacement 94,000 MT
• Max/Min LOA 220/96 m
• Max Beam 35m
• Max Draft 15.50 m
• Max berthing speed 0.10 m/sec
• Max berthing angle 10 deg
• Max manifold height at HHW (for Methanol) 15.1 m
• Min manifold height at LLW (for Methanol) 02.5 m
• Max manifold height at HHW (for Others) 20 m
• Min manifold height at LLW (for Others) 1m
• Depth alongside -16.0 m CD

Berth A

• Max/Min DWT 110,000/1,000


• Max Displacement 146,300 MT
• Max/Min LOA 260/60 m
• Max Beam 42 m
• Max Draft 15.50 m
• Max berthing speed 0.10 m/sec
• Max berthing angle 6 deg
• Max manifold height at HHW 20 m
• Min manifold height at LLW 1m
• Depth alongside -16.0 m CD
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4. Mooring Arrangements

Ships alongside shall be securely moored at all times. The required


minimum numbers of mooring lines for each category of vessels are
indicated in the following table:

DWT of Vessel Mooring Lines


4 000 and below 2 breast & 2 springs fore and aft
Between 4 001 – 10 000 2 head/Stern lines; 2 breast & 2 springs
fore
and aft
Between 10 001 – 40 000 3 head/Stern lines; 2 breast & 2 springs
fore
and aft
Above 40,000 4 head/Stern lines; 2 breast & 2 springs
fore
and aft

Notes:
 Mooring lines shall be secured to proper self-stowing winches, mooring bitts or bollards
onboard.
 Mixed mooring is not permitted.
 Whenever possible, springs and breast lines shall be of wires.
 All wires shall be attached with nylon tails not exceeding 11 metres in length.
 Automatic self-tensioning winches must not be left in automatic self-tensioning mode
on completion of mooring.
 Emergency towing wires shall be in place both forward and aft of the vessel.
 Mooring watch shall be maintained to ensure that moorings are properly tended.

Reference: OCIMF publication “Effective Mooring”.


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5. Shore Connections

No. & Size of Design Flow Rate


Product Berth Loading Arms Per MLA (cbm/hr)
(L/Arm No.) & Temp

Naphtha C1A 2 x 12” (6401/2) 3,100


C1B 2 x 12” (6412/13) Temp 55 deg C

Regular Gasoline C1A 2 x 12” (6401/2) 3,100


C1B 2 x 12” (6412/13) Temp 55 deg C

Premium Gasoline C1A 2 x 12” (6401/2) 3,100


C1B 2 x 12” (6412/13) Temp 55 deg C

Methanol (import) C1A 1 x 12” (6402) 1,272


C1B 1 x 12” (6413) Temp 55 deg C

Gas Oil C1A 2 x 12” (6403/4) 2,862


C1B 2 x 12” (6414/15) Temp 55 deg C

Aviation Fuel C1A 2 x 12” (6403/4) 2,862


C1B 2 x 12” (6414/15) Temp 55 deg C

Fuel Oil C1A 1 x 12” (6405) 2,544


Temp 90 deg C

Propylene: C1A
Liquid 1 x 10” (6410) 1,200
Vapour 1 x 8” (6411) Temp –47 to 55 deg C

LPG: C1A
Liquid 1 x 10” (6406)
Vapour 1 x 8” (6407) 1,200
Temp –28 to 55 deg C

Methanol (Export) AA2 2 x 12” (501 A/B) 1,925


Temp 10 to 80 deg C
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No. & Size of Design Flow Rate


Product Berth Loading Arms Per MLA (cbm/hr)
(L/Arm No.) & Temp
LAB AA1 1 x 6” Hose 300

Pure Petroleum AA1 2 x 12” 1925


Products (MLA AA1 1&2) Temp:10 to 80 deg C

Pure Petroleum AA2 2 x 12” 1925


Products (MLA AA2 1&2) Temp:10 to 80 deg C

Pure Petroleum A 2 x 12” 1925


Products (MLA A 1&2) Temp:10 to 80 deg C

LPG AA1 1 X 8” Liquid 500


1 X 4” Vapour
(Piggy back on liquid)
(MLA AA1 LPG)
Benzene AA1 1 X 10” Liquid 1250
1 X 6” Vapour
(Piggy back on liquid)
(MLA AA1 BZ)
Benzene AA2 1 X 10” Liquid 1250
1 X 6” Vapour
(Piggy back on liquid)
(MLA AA2 BZ)
Paraxylene AA1 2 X 12” 1500
(MLA AA1 PX 1 &2)

Paraxylene AA2 2 X 12” 1500


(MLA AA2 PX 1 &2)

Raffinate AA1 2 x 12” 1925


(MLA AA1 1&2) Temp:10 to 80 deg C

Raffinate AA2 2 x 12” 1925


(MLA AA2 1&2) Temp:10 to 80 deg C
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No. & Size of Design Flow Rate


Product Berth Loading Arms Per MLA (cbm/hr)
(L/Arm No.) & Temp
LSRN AA1 2 x 12” 1925
(MLA AA1 1&2) Temp:10 to 80 deg C

LSRN AA2 2 x 12” 1925


(MLA AA2 1&2) Temp:10 to 80 deg C

Heavy Aromatics AA1 1 X 6” hose 300

MDI AA1 1 X 6” hose, liquid 300


1 X 3” hose, Vapour

Note:
1) In jetty C1 A & B Loading arms for LPG & Propylene are fitted
with Emergency Release System.
2) In jetty AA2 Methanol loading arms are fitted with Emergency
Release System.
3) In jetty AA1 LPG loading arms are fitted with Emergency
Release system.
4) Rating of MLA flange connection:
ANSI 300 # for LPG & Propylene
ANSI 150 # for others
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6. Jetty Emergency Action Plan

The purpose of this Jetty Emergency Action Plan (JEAP) is to provide


our Operations Technicians and Masters of ships at OOT managed
jetties with a plan of action to be taken in the event of an emergency
at the jetty or aboard the ship.
This JEAP covers incidents on the jetties and aboard ships while they
are moored alongside or approaching the berths.

Types of Emergency
An emergency is a non-routine situation resulting from an accident
that gives rise to a spill or a fire. Some of the emergency situations
that may occur are:

1) Fire on the jetty/ship.


2) Chemical or hydrocarbon spill on the jetty/into surrounding
water.
3) Ship colliding/grounding at jetty approaches.

Action Plan for Handling Emergency Situations at the Jetty


The person discovering an emergency situation aboard a ship or on the
jetty shall sound the alarm and report it immediately to the
responsible Officer of the ship and the Duty Shift Supervisor, who shall
activate their respective Emergency Action Plans as appropriate.

Duty Shift Supervisor is contactable by the UHF radio set


(channel 1) provided by the terminal to all vessels alongside.

1) Fire on the Jetty/Ship

• Actions by the Terminal:


- Sound the fire alarm.
- Activate ESD switch to automatically stop loading pump
and close valves. (only when loading vessels)
- When unloading vessel, confirm that ship’s pumps are
stopped before initiating ESD.
Note : Ensure that Vessels pump are stopped before pressing
the ESD. Valve closure time is 30 – 45 sec.
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- Activate water spray system on gangway tower and near


loading arms as appropriate.
- Activate elevated remote control water/foam monitor to
fight the fire or cool jetty and cargo manifold area as
appropriate.
- Disconnect loading arms/hoses if safe after liaising with
the ship’s Officer.
- When directed by the Harbour Master arrange for ship at
adjacent jetty to unmoor and sail off.
- Restrict vehicle entry into jetty area to emergency vehicles
only.
- Cordon off the affected area.
- Request all vessels approaching the terminal to hold off.
- Activate Terminal Emergency Action Plan

• Actions by the Ship:


- Sound fire alarm.
- Activate shipboard Emergency Action Plan.
- Activate ship’s fire-fighting system to fight fire and prevent
fire from spreading.
- Inform the Terminal, HMO and other parties in Emergency
Contact List.
- Stop all ventilation and close all openings.
- Stop cargo pumps and close all valves when discharging.
- When loading, close all valves after confirming terminal
cargo pumps are stopped.
- Rig pilot ladder or accommodation ladder on offshore side
for rescue/evacuation purpose.
- Direct fire fighting in cooperation with the terminal.
- Standby to disconnect loading arms/hoses.
- Put engines on standby.

2) Hydrocarbon/Chemical Spill on the Jetty/into Surrounding


Water
• Actions by the Terminal:
- Raise alarm.
- Notify Harbour Master and other relevant parties in the
“List of External Party Contacts”
- Refer to MSDS for material spilled.
- Identify the source and try to arrest further spillage if safe.
- Use proper PPE.
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- Use absorbents and/or dispersants to clean up spillage on


jetty as appropriate.
- If source of spill is from the ship, assist ship’s crew to
disperse and/or contain spillage.
- Activate Terminal Spill Response Plan.

• Actions by the Ship:


- Investigate source of spillage.
- Stop cargo operations when spillage is from the ship.
- Raise the alarm.
- Identify the source and arrest further spillage if safe.
- Refer to MSDS for material spilled.
- Use proper PPE.
- Activate shipboard Spill Response Plan (SOPEP).
- Notify the terminal, Harbour Master and other parties in
the
Emergency Contact List.
- Seek assistance from the terminal to disperse and/or
contain
spillage as necessary.
- Use absorbents and/or dispersants to clean up spillage
on deck
as appropriate.

3) Ship Colliding/Grounding at Jetty Approaches

• Actions by the Terminal:


- Inform Terminal Manager.
- Hold off berthing/unberthing of vessels at affected
berths.
- Notify Harbour Master.
- Activate Terminal Emergency Action Plan as
appropriate.

• Actions by the Ship:


- Inform the Terminal via the pilot onboard.
- Notify Harbour Master.
- Activate shipboard Emergency Action Plan as appropriate.
- Consult the pilot who is trained to handle marine
emergencies.