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Terminal Information and Regulation Beira Oil Terminal, CFM

BEIRA OIL TERMINAL

Information and Regulation Guide

1st Edition: January 2008

Terminal Information and Regulation Beira Oil Terminal, CFM

TABLE OF CONTENTS 1. 1.1 1.2 1.3 IMPORTANT NOTICE Communication Fire or emergency on board Fire or emergency on the terminal 1 1 1 2 2 2 2 2 3 3 3 3 3 4 4 4 4 4 5 5 5 6 6 6 6 6 7 7 8 8 9 9 10 10 10 10 10 10

2. NAVIGATION INFORMATION 2.1 Location of the port/terminal 2.2 Jetty 2.3 Navigation 2.4 Communication 2.5 Local Time 2.6 Pilotage & sailing directions to and from the terminal 2.7 Anchorage 2.8 Tugs 2.9 Tides 2.10 Tidal Currents 2.11 Wind 2.12 The climate 2.13 Safety zones 3. TERMINAL REGULATIONS 3.1 Ship types that will be accept at the Oil Terminal 3.2 Pre-arrival information 3.3 Traffic regulation 3.4 Mooring facilities 3.5 Mooring arrangements 3.6 Wind Limitations 3.7 Pre - Operational meeting and Inspection 3.8 Operational procedures 3.9 Cargo quantity calculations 3.10 Emergency shut-down 3.11 Conditions to be observed during operations. 3.12 Medical service. 3.13 Fire fighting equipment on jetty 3.14 Smoking. 3.15 Matches and lighters. 3.16 Use of naked lights. 3.17 Repair and maintenance, hot work. 3.18 Prevention of sparking and excessive funnel smoke. 3.19 Portable R/T sets, lamps and hand lamps.
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3.20 Transportation, ship stores handling 3.21 Weather precautions 3.22 Movement of tugs and other craft 3.23 Pollution and pollution prevention, disposal of garbage. 3.24 Ballast water and slop oil. 3.25 Ship stability. 3.26 Inert gas / deck foam system. 3.27 Inspection 4. GENERAL TERMINAL INFORMATION 4.1 Jetty details 4.2 Loading arms flange size and safe working ranges 4.3 Offloading / loading rates 4.4 Gangway 4.5 Bunker fuel and diesel 4.6 Potable water 4.7 Stores 5 LEGAL ISSUES

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5.1 Definition Ship 5.2 Perusal of Rules and Agreements 5.3 Responsibility of the Master 5.4 Commencement and of cargo Operations 5.5 Delay 5.6 Leaving the Berth 5.7 Remaining at the Berth 5.8 Status of readiness 5.9 Direct Transfer from Ship to Ship 5.10 Damage Inflicted by the Ship 5.11 Indemnity in Connection with Activities Carried Out by the Oil Terminal personnel on Board the Ship 5.12 Entering the terminal`s facilities 5.13 Refusal of Access 5.14 The Ship's Liability 5.15 Limitation of the Ship's Liability 5.16 Applicable Law Competent Court 6 PORT SERVICE 6.1 Maritime Service 6.2 Traditional Ships agents (located at Beira) 6.3 Receivers (Tank Farm) 6.4 Stores / Garbage 6.5 Transportation
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APPENDIX LIST Appendix A Appendix B Appendix C Appendix D Appendix E Appendix F Appendix G Appendix H Appendix I Appendix J Appendix K Appendix L Appendix M Appendix N Appendix O Appendix P Appendix Q Appendix R Appendix S Appendix T Safety Requirements Ship/Shore Safety Check List Fire Notice Smoking Warning Request Cargo Quantity and Maximum Loading Rates Simultaneous Loading/De-ballasting Ship repairs / Hot work Segregated Ballast Results Declaration of Clean Segregated Ballast Water Receipt for Loan of Portable UHF-Set Waste Disposal Approach to the Beira Oil Terminal Beira Port Layout Map of Channel Survey Map of Jetty Survey Mooring Diagrams Loading Arms Envelops Gangway Envelops Jetty data Information Statement of Compliance

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1. 1.1

IMPORTANT NOTICE Communication The Beira oil terminal is manned 24 hours a day and can be contacted through Pilot Station (Maritime Service) on VHF channel 12 (operations) or 16 (SOS). When moored alongside the jetty, a vessel shall communicate also with the terminal by means of a VHF radio hand set provided by the terminal, if available. Appendix j - Receipt for loan portable UHF-SET. The jetty is equipped with one telephone for internal use: 1467 Terminal contacts and Telephone numbers (+258 23 32xxxx): Terminal Manager: 1460 Operation Manager: 1461 / 1464 Shift supervisor: 1467 / 1463 Emergency: 1467 / 1349 Tele-fax numbers 9192 / 9193 E-mail jdorego@tdm.co.mz

1.2 Fire or emergency on board To meet any emergency, your ship must comply with the following: a) Fire fighting appliance on the vessel including main and emergency fire pumps shall be kept ready for immediate use. b) Fire hoses of sufficient length to cover the deck area including manifolds shall be run out and connected to the fire main with at least one fire pump maintaining pressure on the main. (Only vessels without remote control fire pumps from ship's control room) c) Two portable extinguishers of dry powder type, minimum 12 kilos each, shall be placed near the vessel's manifolds during operation. d) An international ship/shore connection shall be available on the vessel's fire main in the vicinity of the gangway. e) The master is responsible for ensuring that the shore fire fighting procedures as explained by the shift supervisor prior to commencement of operations, are fully understood by all on board.

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f) The master is responsible for retaining sufficient crew on board the vessel at all times for effective fire fighting, and to move the vessel if so directed by the terminal. g) Should fire or emergency occur on board, the master shall notify the jetty personnel immediately by raising the agreed alarm signal. h) On the outbreak of fire, all loading/discharging operations shall be stopped. 1.3 Fire or emergency on the terminal

The jetty personnel will inform the officer in charge. Ships alongside the jetty will be informed prior to testing of the alarm system. The instruction presented in Appendix C - Fire Notice, shall be followed.

2. NAVIGATION INFORMATION 2.1 Location of the port/terminal The new Beira Oil Terminal is located about 6 km from the mouth of River Pngo (ponta Ga). The River is about 6 km wide (Ponta Macique). The coordinates are as following: S 19o 47'.57 E 34o 49'.45 The terminal is owned by Mozambique Port and Railways (CFM), and is operated by the CFM personnel. 2.2 Jetty The terminal's berthing facilities consist of one jetty with three 10 loading arms and six 6 connections for handling of oil refined products. Other overall measures are: DWT min/max 4,500 60,000 DWT Depth alongside 8 meters (May-07) Max allowed draft 7 meters 2.3 Navigation One channel with minimum depth water of about 4 metres (Mai-07) gives access to the Oil Terminal. The main approach to the Oil Terminal is 13 nautical miles through Port of Beira, from open sea along the minimum 135 metres wide Macuti Channel.
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Anchorage facility for deep sea vessels is located near "A" buoy in Macuti Channel. Another anchorage for shallow draft vessels is located near the Port entrance at the so called "Franquia". The approaches to the pilot areas and the Oil terminal are covered by chart No. 49638-M. This chart may be purchased via the ship`s agent. 2.4 Communication An arriving vessel must give proper notice through the agent or directly to the Pilot Station by FAX +25823329805 or VHF radio by channel 12. The vessel must have received approval from the Pilot to proceed inside the port. The use of pilot is compulsory. During berthing operations, the vessel must be in contact with the mooring supervisor on VHF channel 11 through the pilot's radio. 2.5 Local Time Mozambique uses Southern Africa time which is GMT + 2 hours. 2.6 Pilotage & sailing directions to and from the terminal Pilotage supplied by CFM is compulsory for all tankers calling at the terminal. The pilot will embark in the Macuti light house. Attention must be paid to the local rules and regulations imposed by port authorities. 2.7 Anchorage There is no safe anchorage in the vicinity of the terminal. If the jetty is occupied, arriving vessels must wait at anchorage outside the pilot areas. Further information may be obtained from the Pilot Station. 2.8 Tugs Use of tugboat escort is compulsory for all tankers calling at the terminal. The Quantity of tugs depends on size of ship and availability of bow thrust. For ships with bow thrust the quantity are as follow: 1 tugboat for vessels up to 150 meters length (3 knots during berth) 2 tugboats for vessels over 150 meters length (2 knots during berth) For emergency preparedness, a tugboat will be kept in standby at or in vicinity of the terminal.

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2.9 Tides The tidal variations in Beira are very high. At spring tide, the amplitude can reach about 7.0m, at neap tide it is 0.1 m. The variation between neap and spring tide is taken about one week and the minimum/maximum parameters for amplitude are: spring tide +0.13 / +7.10m neap tide +3.50 / +3.57m The current outside the terminal is dominated by the tide, and of course influenced by the water flow in River Pngo in the rain period. 2.10 Tidal Currents The predominant direction of the Mozambique Current is south-westward with rates up to about 3.5 knots in the summer and 2.5 knots in the winter time. An intermittent inshore counter current with rates up to about 1.5 knots may be found off all parts of the coast. 2.11 Wind The prevailing wind direction is south-east (SE) and the seasonal variations are small. This direction heading in to the mouth of River Pngo. Only 10% of the time the wind force exceed 8 m/s (strong breeze) and wind is lower than light breeze two third (2/3) of the time. The wind force indicates that the sea waves normally are lower than half a meter, but up to one meter can occur rather often. During December - March wave high between 1.5 - 2 m can occur 2.12 The climate The climate of the areas is near tropical with seasonal variation in temperature. Average daily maximum air temperature is 30 - 33 C from about November to and of April, during June to end of September this temperature is 25 -30 C. The mean water temperature varies between 24 C and 30 C, highest in the 1st and 4th quarter and lowest in the 3rd quarter. 2.13 Safety zones The terminal is surrounded by a safety zone both landlord and seaward. The Oil Terminal areas are defined as the terminal's jetty with facilities, and the total sea areas inside the seaward safety zone.
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3. TERMINAL REGULATIONS 3.1 Ship types that will be accept at the Oil Terminal All ships must comply with IMO and Terminal Regulations The following ship types can be accepted: Conventional product tankers in the range from 4.500 dwt to 60.000 dwt. Product tanker of type 3 according to the BCH Code. All tankers are subject to pre-inspection according to the terminal's regulations specified in the ship/shore safety check list. The check list must be filled out by the Master of the vessel and chief supervisor of the terminal. Incorrect information given in the check list may result in rejecting the vessel. 3.2 Pre-arrival information 72 hours before arrival, the master shall inform the terminal about the following: (via his agent to the terminal on fax or e-mail) A: Ship's name, call sign and type of ship. B: Flag / Nationality. C: Name of master and Owners. D: International Ship Security Certificate - ISSC. E: Security Level DOS (Declaration of Security). F: Gross registered tonnage and summer dead-weight. G: Draught before and after. H: Last port of call. I: Confirm ETA (local time and date). J: Whether loaded / part loaded or in ballast. Nature and quantity of cargo. K: Quantity of cargo to be loaded / discharged, and requested loading / discharging rates. L: Length overall and beam, number, size, distance from bow to connections and position (above water line and from ship side ) of vessel's manifold connections, size of cargo connections, state if connecting flanges are cast iron or steel, distance centre to centre between connections and distance from stern to aftermost manifold. M: Any known defects or leaks in bulkheads or equipment for loading / discharging or defects to machinery, steering gear, navigational equipment or any other equipment affecting the safe operations of the ship or other ships. N: Confirmation that an inert gas system and/or deck foam system is fully operational. O: Three last cargoes P: Mooring equipment.
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3.3 Traffic regulation No vessel, regardless of size, is permitted to move inside the oil Terminal Safety Zone unless authorised by the terminal manager or shift supervisor. 3.4 Mooring facilities The loading arm platform and mooring dolphins are equipped with mooring hooks and pulleys. The hooks and pulleys have quick realise facilities and capstans to haul in mooring lines. The release can be done locally. Ships crew can see mooring capacities printed near them at mooring Dolphins. 3.5 Mooring arrangements It is of the utmost importance for safe operation that ships are securely moored and always kept in the correct position. Minimum requirement is 14 mooring lines, whereof at least 16 mooring lines permanently installed on mooring winches / drums. Vessel must be equipped with 2 wire spring lines on each end. The master of the vessel shall ensure that his vessel's moorings are closely watched to prevent undue movement of the vessel. Ensure that all moorings on self-tension winches are secured with winch brakes in locked position. Use of self tension winches in automatic position is strictly forbidden. All moorings leading to the same directions shall be of the same type, i.e. either all wire or all rope, and have the same working strength. All mooring ropes / wires shall have tail ends, with minimum same working strength for the ship being moored. Mooring diagrams both for small, medium and large size vessel are shown in Appendix P - Mooring diagrams for the oil terminal. 3.6 Wind Limitations Vessels will not be allowed to go alongside when the wind force exceeds 14m/s from unfavourable directions (SW). 3.7 Pre - Operational meeting and Inspection Before any operation commence, a pre-operational meeting takes place between the terminal representative and the master or the officer in charge of cargo operations.
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They will: A: B: Complete and sign the ship/shore safety check list. Discuss any deficiencies shown up by the check list and agree on any additional precautions required. The terminal reserves the right not to load / discharge a vessel if the requirements are not met. C: Agree on loading / discharging program that includes: Quantities of cargo to be loaded / discharged. Loading / discharging rates. Ballasting / De-ballasting procedures and rates. Procedures for emergency shut-down of operations. D: Discuss and agree on the means of communications to be used during the operations. E: F: Discuss and agree on connecting/disconnecting procedures. Discuss actions to be taken in the event of an emergency. This should include both communicational and emergency procedures.

3.8 Operational procedures Loading / discharging will not commence until all the safety checks have been carried out to the satisfaction of the terminal representative and the master or the officer in charge. A: B: The ship is insulated from ground by insulating means in the loading arms and hoses. The jetty operator will be responsible for connecting / disconnecting the loading arms / hoses on the vessel's manifold as indicated by the chief officer. The jetty operator and the chief officer must agree that systems are correctly lined up before operations can begin. The operation will be closely watched from the jetty control room and manifold area. The vessel must give at least 10 minutes notice if it is required to stop or start any operations, unless under emergency conditions. The jetty operator will empty the loading arms / hoses on board before disconnecting. The ship must give notice to the terminal control before any shut-down operations is carried out.

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3.9 Cargo quantity calculations A representative from the terminal and / or an independent surveyor will witness the ship`s dip / ullage / water dip / temperature / samples and quantity loaded according to the ship figures.
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3.10 Emergency shut-down If the vessel is offloading / loading and it becomes necessary to manually initiate an emergency shut-down, the jetty system should, if possible, be used. In the event of an emergency, jetty personnel should immediately be alerted to the situation, and the emergency stop, which is placed near the entry of gangway, activated. 3.11 Conditions to be observed during operations. A responsible member of the ship`s crew must be stationed near the ship`s manifold or the cargo control valves during loading / discharging, equipped with an intrinsically safe portable radio. A: The vessel must fly the flag B of the international code during daylight and by night exhibit an allround red light. All doors, portholes and openings leading from the main deck to accommodation or machinery spaces (other than pump room) shall be kept closed. The same applies to doors, portholes and openings at the deck level above the main deck which overlook that deck. All manually operated ventilators, through which gas can enter, shall be suitably trimmed to prevent such entry. If there is a risk of gas being drawn into the accommodation, mechanical ventilators and air conditioning units shall be stopped or made to recirculation the air. All cargo tanks lids shall be kept closed and secured and all cargo manifold connections shall be blanked and fully bolted when not in use. The venting of cargo tanks shall take place only through the vessel`s fixed venting system. Sighting and ullage parts must be kept securely closed when not in use. These may, however, be opened momentarily for taking samples or ullage / temperature in the event of failure or remote tank gauging equipment. If for any reason there is an unusual evolution and accumulation of gas, cargo operation shall be stopped or the loading rate into a particular tank or tanks shall be reduced at the discretion of either terminal supervisor or the chief officer.
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Overboard suction and discharge valves connected to the cargo or bilge system shall be closed and sealed on arrival. In emergency, seals may be removed only with the approval of the shift supervisor and in his presence. Such removal shall be recorded. Attention must be paid to ensure that oil does not leak through such valves. The mechanical ventilation system of the cargo pump room shall be kept in operation, and the atmosphere within the pump room shall maintain a quality that permits safe entry. When topping up cargo tanks, the responsible ship`s officer shall request the terminal to reduce the loading rate sufficiently to permit effective control of the flow and thus avoid any overflow. The responsible officer shall notify the terminal prior to discharge of segregated ballast and report again when this operation has been completed. A vessel alongside the jetty must be maintained in a state of readiness for vacating the berth at short notice, except in case of approved repair work as detailed in regulation 3.17 of this booklet. Keep main deck free from all kind of oil spillage at any time whilst alongside the jetty.

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3.12 Medical service. Medical requirements for ship`s personnel should be arranged through the vessel`s agent prior to arrival. Emergency medical service while berthed at the terminal may be arranged through either vessel`s agent or terminal operating personnel. 3.13 Fire fighting equipment on jetty The jetty is equipped with two fire foam / water cannons. These cannons are electrically powered and remotely controlled, from the jetty fire fighting control panel located inside the pump house. On the jetty there is also the following equipment: One (1) fire hydrant for water Fire hoses Powder extinguishers both 12 and 50 kilos International ship / shore connections.

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3.14 Smoking. Smoking is strictly prohibited except in locations for which smoking permits are specifically issued by the terminal manager. If justified by the circumstances, the terminal manager can forbid smoking with immediate effect on the vessel where smoking is normally permitted. 3.15 Matches and lighters. The use of matches and lighters is prohibited except in places where smoking is permitted. Matches and lighters shall not be carried by personnel outside these places, nor should they be carried on the main deck or in any other places where explosive atmosphere may be encountered. Where the use of matches is permitted, such matches must be of the safety type. 3.16 Use of naked lights. The use of naked lights is prohibited except: 1. In places designated for hot work if covered by a written hot work permit issued by the terminal manager. 2. In places (if any) where smoking is permitted. Equipment likely to cause sparking should be treated as naked lights. 3.17 Repair and maintenance, hot work. Hot work and any other repair work is prohibited on the vessel unless a written application specifying the repair work to be carried out has been submitted to the terminal manager and written permission granted Appendix G Ship Repairs. 3.18 Prevention of sparking and excessive funnel smoke. Connecting and disconnecting of loading arms / hoses, and any other operation on deck involving the use of metal instruments, shall be carried out in a manner that avoids the generation of sparks. The vessel`s funnel must be equipped with an effective spark arrestor. Soot blowing and excessive funnel smoke is prohibited, and immediate steps must be taken to eliminate sparks from the funnel. 3.19 Portable R/T sets, lamps and hand lamps. Portable R/T sets (Radio Transmission), lamps and hand lamps shall not be used unless they are of an approved type.
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The use of portable electric lamps and equipment on wandering electric cables is prohibited in any cargo or adjacent ballast space, pump room, cofferdam, bunker compartment, holds or anywhere over the cargo tanks. Portable domestic radio-sets, photographic flash equipment, portable electronic calculators, tape recorders or any other battery-powered equipment of non-approved type shall not be used in the main deck area, or in any other place where petroleum gas may be encountered. 3.20 Transportation, ship stores handling Vessel crane is not allowed to be used during cargo operations. All use of vessel crane is to be approved by the shift supervisor. Stores must be handled before or after cargo operations. Only small items of ships stores, if carried by hand, may be taken on board during cargo operation. Vehicles will only be allowed on the jetty approach roadway or jetty head after permission from the terminal. Close to the jetty there are designated parking areas for visiting vehicles. 3.21 Weather precautions Operations shall be stopped during thunder storms. During periods of high winds (above 18 m/sec), cargo operations will be stopped and the loading arms / hoses may be disconnected.

3.22 Movement of tugs and other craft During operations no vessel or craft shall be allowed alongside the vessel unless authorized by the terminal manager or shift supervisor and agreed by the master. When tugs or authorized craft are alongside or assisting a vessel, all cargo system openings must be closed unless all tanks are gasfree. 3.23 Pollution and pollution prevention, disposal of garbage. No oil, or water which can possibly contain oil, shall be discharged overboard or allowed to escape overboard. Pumping from bilges, emission of smoke, including soot blowing, is prohibited.
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Any leakage or spillage must be reported immediately to the shift supervisor, and all efforts to recover or limit the spill must be taken. Before operations commence, all scuppers at main deck level through which oil could escape (in the event of a spillage), shall be effectively plugged. No leakage or spillage on board shall be swept or allowed to leak overboard. Accumulations of water on deck may be drained periodically. Scupper plugs must be replaced and secured immediately after the water has been drained off. In the event of leakage occurring from a pipeline, valve or loading arm the operation shall be stopped immediately until the cause has been ascertained and the defect remedied. If a pipeline or loading arm bursts, or overflow, all cargo operations must be stopped immediately. For the disposal of hazardous garbage, special containers (marked respectively) are to be used. No garbage, either solid or fluid, shall be thrown overboard from a vessel. 3.24 Ballast water and slop oil. Only clean ballast water from segregated ballast tank (if any) will be permitted to be discharged into the waters in the terminal area. Random samples are taken from the segregated ballast tanks. Ships arriving with ballast water containing oil product residues will be rejected. In order to minimize the de-ballasting time, masters are requested to arrive with minimum ballast on board for safe navigation. For safety reasons vessels are not allowed to exceed their arrival freeboard. 3.25 Ship stability. The master of the vessel is responsible for maintaining the vessel`s stability within the vessel`s stability criteria during ballasting and cargo operations. Special attention should be paid to trim / list conditions which could endanger the safe operation of loading arms. 3.26 Inert gas / deck foam system. All vessels of 20.000 tonnes deadweight and upwards shall have a fully operational fixed inert gas system. Prior to arrival, the vessel must confirm that
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all empty cargo tanks have been fully inerted and have oxygen content of 5% or less by volume. In addition, all vessels shall be provided with a deck foam system complying with the requirements of regulation 60 and 61 of SOLAS 1992. 3.27 Inspection. The terminal shift supervisors shall, at any time, have permission to enter the vessel to ensure that the terminal regulations are being complied with, and that the cargo handling equipment and safety equipment is in good working order. The shift supervisors have the right to stop operations if the regulations are violated.

4. GENERAL TERMINAL INFORMATION 4.1 Jetty details The jetty has three (3) loading arms which are operated from a fixed jetty head console. The product sequence of loading arms from north to south is jet-A1, Gasoil and Mogas. Each loading arm is equipped with the following facilities: A: Loading arm stripping pump with 15 m / hr design capacity. B: Hydraulically operated valves, couplings and quick release (ERC) arrangements. 4.2 Loading arms flange size and safe working ranges Loading arms are equipped with flanges of 10 inches in diameter. Ship's manifold connection must meet loading arms envelope configuration and must provide space and support on which to place loading arm support legs. No reducers or spool pieces are available at the terminal. Min. Max. Dist. from fender line to platform line 0.70 m 1.782 m Loading arm operation envelope Appendix Q MLA Envelopes The difference between low tide and platform deck is 7.9 m and between high tide and platform deck 0.9 m. 4.3 Offloading / loading rates Loading rates: Loading arms design capacity Hoses 6 Hoses 4
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4.4 Gangway The Jetty is equipped with gangway. The parameters of operation, from the high tide water level are as follow: High 12 m Low 7 m For more details check on Appendix R Gangway Envelops 4.5 Bunker fuel and diesel No Bunkers of fuel are obtained at the Terminal (quay 12). But is possible to obtain diesel with appropriate request through ship agency. 4.6 Potable water Potable water can be delivered at a pressure of 1.7 bar (7 m3/hr). Ship's hoses have to be used. 4.7 Stores To be arranged by vessel's agent before or after cargo operation.

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Conditions under which the Oil Terminal makes available quay side, jetties, pontoons and premises (installation or installations) for mooring, berthing / unberthing of Ships as well as personnel and equipment needed to conduct services in connections with Ships and / or cargo, whether on its own installations or outside. 5.1 Definition of Ship The conditions below are applicable in relation to any vessel which is berthed alongside an installation (the Ship). The quotation "Ship" likewise denotes any vessel which is any way connected to the Ship. 5.2 Perusal of Rules and Agreements The Master should take care that he and all other members of the crew whilst on board the Ship as well as on the installation's premises, carefully follow all rules, regulations, formalities, measures and directions given or to be given by or on behalf of the authorities or the Oil Terminal. In addition, the Master is responsible for the carrying out of all agreements made between Ship and the Oil Terminal.
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5.3 Responsibility of the Master The responsibility for safe implementation of all requirements related to the Ship rests with the Master at all times. In case terminal personnel carries out any operations on board the Ship relative to the Ship and / or cargo, these operation are deemed to be executed under surveillance of the Master or his deputy and for the Ship's account and risk. 5.4 Commencement and of cargo Operations When the terminal has declared itself ready for delivery / receipt of the cargo, the loading / discharging of the Ship shall commence and continue non-stop, irrespective of day and night, Sunday and holidays included (provided permission has been granted by the terminal), until the complete cargo has been loaded respectively discharged. During that period, the Ship is bound to receive / discharge the cargo without interruption and / or delay, with due observance of the relative agreements made with the Oil Terminal , and with observance of safety regulations and rules applicable to the cargo and the ship in question. 5.5 Delay Costs incurred by delay made by the Oil Terminal on request or on behalf of the Ship, shall be for account of the Ship against the Oil Terminal's current tariffs. 5.6 Leaving the Berth The Ship is bound to leave the berth as soon as possible, after termination of loading respectively discharging. The Oil Terminal has the right to demand that the Ship be removed from the berth when the Oil Terminal deems this necessary for reason of safety, non-compliance with safety regulations and / or directions from the harbour authorities, or other authorities the smooth continuation of activities or for any other valid reason, all of this within the discretion of the Beira Oil Terminal. Likewise, the Oil Terminal has the right to demand that the Ship, which-for whatever reason is not able to or does not commence loading / discharging cargo, or which discontinues any of these activities for more than 24 hours in spite of the terminal's readiness, clears the berth instantly. Notwithstanding this there is the right of the Oil Terminal to compensation for losses suffered due to the above.

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If the Ship does not clear the berth on first request from the Oil Terminal then the Oil Terminal has the right to shift (have shifted) or to remove (have removed) the Ship for the Ship's account and risk. 5.7 Remaining at the Berth It is within the authority of the Oil Terminal to decide whether the Ship is permitted to remain moored alongside after loading respectively discharging is completed. This takes place for the Ship's account and risk against a compensation imposed by the Oil Terminal on the understanding that these jetty conditions remain applicable. 5.8 Status of readiness The Oil Terminal shall not be liable for any damage, demurrage or other costs made or suffered by the Ship, as a result of the fact that the Ship is delayed due to technical / operational manoeuvring problems. Neither is the Oil Terminal liable for damage, demurrage or other costs suffered or otherwise made by the Ship, at the terminal, as a result of the ship not being ready for discharging / loading of the cargo due to delay caused by technical / operational problems. 5.9 Direct Transfer from Ship to Ship For any transfer of goods which is to take place between the Ship and any other vessel, prior permission from the Oil Terminal is required. Any activities in connection with this transfer are for the Ship's account and risk, unless agreed upon differently, in writing, with the Oil Terminal. 5.10 Damage Inflicted by the Ship The Ship is responsible for all damage or loss inflicted upon the Oil Terminal, its personnel and / or third parties as a result of negligence malfunction of technical equipment or by incorrect cargo operational procedures. The Ship shall indemnify the Oil Terminal against all claims from third parties, which might be lodged it as a result of the above. 5.11 Indemnity in Connection with Activities Carried Out by the Oil Terminal personnel on Board the Ship

The Ship is bound to hold the Oil Terminal, indemnified against all claims lodged against it by third parties-cargo-interests included in case of damage suffered by them as a result of or in connection with activities being carried out on board the Ship relating to the Ship and / or cargo by the Oil Terminal's personnel, unless guilt on the part of the Oil Terminal can be proved.
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5.12 Entering the terminal`s facilities Any of the Ship's crew being present at the terminal`s facilities, as well as those who enter these facilities on request of the master and / or any crewmember, do this at their own risk, also when this happens with permission of or under the attendance of the Oil Terminal. The Oil Terminal is never liable for damage or loss suffered by those who enter these facilities. The Ship shall hold the Oil Terminal indemnified against all claims from crewmembers or any other person mentioned in this context. 5.13 Refusal of Access The Oil Terminal is entitled at all times, to refuse entrance to the premises to person considered by it as undesirable, and expel or have expelled these people from the premises. 5.14 The Ship's Liability The Ship is liable for all consequences resulting from the breach of any obligation resting upon her or her crew, of any agreement made on behalf of the Ship with the Oil Terminal. 5.15 Limitation of the Ship's Liability These conditions leave unimpeded the limitation liability of the Ship as settled by or by force of law or conventions in those cases, where the Ship can appeal to such limitation. 5.16 Applicable Law Competent Court Mozambican law shall govern these conditions and all deputies arising from the enforcement of these conditions and from agreement made between the Ship and the Oil Terminal. These deputies shall be submitted by the Ship and be submitted by the Oil Terminal for adjustment. 6 PORT SERVICE 6.1 Maritime Service Tel +258 23 329803 Fax +258 23 329805 e-mail tomomandava@hotmail.com 6.2 Traditional Ships agents (located at Beira) Mocargo shipsagency.b@mocargo.com; shipsb@mocargo.com Moz Star mozstar.b@teledata.mz Sturrock Shipping agency.beira@sturrock-mozambique.com
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6.3 Receivers (Tank Farm) BP Victor.Magaia@mz.bp.com Imopetro imopetro@teledata.mz Inpetro eduardo.magalhaes@petromoc.co.mz Petromoc carlos.amurane@petromoc.co.mz Total americo.ferreira@totalmkt-mz.com

6.4 Stores or Garbage Jose J Carteirinho +258 82 4363330 josecarteirinho@yahoo.com.br

6.5 Transportation Taxi Marcelo +258 84 3993930 Radio available at gate 30 of Terminal +258 82 4448700 Radio available at gate 30 of Terminal

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APPENDIX Appendix A Appendix B Appendix C Appendix D Appendix E Appendix F Appendix G Appendix H Appendix I Appendix J Appendix K Appendix L Appendix M Appendix N Appendix O Appendix P Appendix Q Appendix R Appendix S Appendix T Safety Requirements Ship/Shore Safety Check List Fire Notice Smoking Warning Request Cargo Quantity and Maximum Loading Rates Simultaneous Loading/De-ballasting Ship repairs / Hot work Segregated Ballast Results Declaration of Clean Segregated Ballast Water Receipt for Loan of Portable UHF-Set Waste Disposal Approach to the Beira Oil Terminal Beira Port Layout Map of Channel Survey Map of Jetty Survey Mooring Diagrams Loading Arms Envelops Gangway Envelops Jetty data Information Statement of Compliance

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Appendix A

Safety Letter

Date_______________________________ The Master SS/MV___________________ Port_______________________________ Responsibility for the safe conduct of operations while your ship is at this terminal rests jointly with you, as Master of the ship, and with the responsible Terminal Representative. We wish, therefore, before operations start, to seek your full co-operation and understanding on the safety requirements set out in the Ship/Shore Safety Check-List, which are based on safe practices that are widely accepted by the oil and tanker industries. We expect you, and all under your command, to adhere strictly to these requirements throughout your ship's stay alongside this terminal and we, for our part, will ensure that our personnel do likewise, and co-operate fully with you in the mutual interest of safe and efficient operations. Before the start of operations, and from time to time thereafter, for our mutual safety, a member of the terminal staff, where appropriate together with a Responsible Officer, will make a routine inspection of your ship to ensure that elements addressed within the scope of the Ship/Shore Safety Check-List are being managed in an acceptable manner. Where corrective action is needed, we will not agree to operations commencing or, should they have been started, we will require them to be stopped. Similarly, if you consider that safety is being endangered by any action on the part of our staff or by any equipment under our control, you should demand immediate cessation of operations. There can be no compromise with safety Please acknowledge receipt of this letter by countersigning and returning the attached copy. Signed_________________________
Terminal Representative

Terminal Representative on duty is: _____________________ Position or Title: _____________________________________ Contact Details: ______________________________________

Signed_________________________
Master

SS/MV_________________________ Data/Time______________________

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APPENDIX B

THE SHIP/SHORE SAFETY CHECK-LIST

S HIP S NAME T ERMINAL N AME D ATE OF ARRIVAL OPERATIONS COMMENCED D ATE OF D EPARTURE

IMO NUMBER B ERTH N UMBER T IME OF ARRIVAL OPERATIONS COMPLETED T IME OF D EPARTURE

A P R

AGREEMENT. An agreement or procedure that should be identified in the Remarks column or communicated in some other mutually acceptable form P ERMISSION . In the case of a negative response to a statement with this code, operations should not be conducted without written permission from the appropriate authority R E -C HECK. Indicates items to be re-checked at appropriate and agreed intervals

P ART `A' - B ULK LIQUID G ENERAL - P HYSICAL C HECKS S HIP T ERMINA L C O D E 1 2 3 4 5 6 There is safe access between the ship and shore. The ship is securely moored. The agreed ship/shore communication system is operative Emergency towing-off pennants are correctly rigged and positioned. The ship's fire hoses and fire-fighting equipment are positioned and ready for immediate use. The terminal's fire-fighting equipment is positioned and ready for immediate use. The ship's cargo and bunker hoses, pipelines and manifolds are in good condition, properly rigged and appropriate for the service intended. The terminal's cargo and bunker hoses or arms are in good condition, properly
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rigged and appropriate for the service intended. The cargo transfer system is sufficiently isolated and drained to allow safe 9 removal of blank flanges prior to connection. Scuppers and save-alls on board are 10 effectively plugged and drip trays are in R position and empty. Temporarily removed scupper plugs will 11 R be constantly monitored. Shore spill containment and sumps are 12 R correctly managed. The ship's unused cargo and bunker 13 connections are properly secured with blank flanges fully bolted. The terminal's unused cargo and bunker 14 connections are properly secured with blank flanges fully bolted. All cargo, ballast and bunker tank lids 15 are closed. Sea and overboard discharge valves, 16 when not in use, are closed and visibly secured. All external doors, ports and windows in the accommodation, stores and 17 R machinery spaces are closed. Engine room vents may be open. The ship's emergency fire control plans Location: 18 are located externally. I F THE SHIP IS FITTED , OR IS REQUIRED TO BE FITTED , WITH AN INERT GAS SYSTEM (IGS), THE
FOLLOWING POINTS SHOULD BE PHYSICALLY CHECKED

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Fixed IGS pressure and oxygen content recorders are working. All cargo tank atmospheres are at positive pressure with oxygen content of 8% or less by volume.

R P R

P ART `B' - BULK LIQUID G ENERAL - V ERBAL VERIFICATION The ship is ready to move under its own power. There is an effective deck watch in attendance on board and adequate supervision of operations on the ship and in the terminal. There are sufficient personnel on board and ashore to deal with an emergency.
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The procedures for cargo, bunker and ballast handling have been agreed. The emergency signal and shutdown procedure to be used by the ship and shore have been explained and understood. Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) for the cargo transfer have been exchanged where requested. The hazards associated with toxic substances in the cargo being handled have been identified and understood. An International Shore Fire Connection has been provided. The agreed tank venting system will be used. The requirements for closed operations have been agreed. The operation of the P/V system has been verified. Where a vapour return line is connected, operating parameters have been agreed. Independent high level alarms, if fitted, are operational and have been tested. Adequate electrical insulating means are in place in the ship/shore connection. Shore lines are fitted with a non-return valve, or procedures to avoid back filling have been discussed. Smoking rooms have been identified and smoking requirements are being observed. Naked light regulations are being observed Ship/shore telephones, mobile phones and pager requirements are being observed. Hand torches (flashlights) are of an approved type. Fixed VHF/UHF transceivers and AIS equipment are on the correct power mode or switched off. Portable VHF/UHF transceivers are of an approved type. The ship's main radio transmitter aerials are earthed and radars are switched off. Electric cables to portable electrical equipment within the hazardous area are
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P R H 2 S Content: Benzene Content:

A R R

Method:

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disconnected from power. Window type air conditioning units are disconnected. Positive pressure is being maintained inside the accommodation, and air conditioning intakes, which may permit the entry of cargo vapours, are closed. Measures have been taken to ensure sufficient mechanical ventilation in the pump room. There is provision for an emergency escape. The maximum wind and swell criteria for operations have been agreed.

Stop cargo at: Disconnect at: Unberth at:

Security protocols have been agreed between the Ship Security Officer and 49 A the Port Facility Security Officer, if appropriate. Where appropriate, procedures have been agreed for receiving nitrogen supplied A 50 from shore, either for inserting or P purging ship's tanks, or for line clearing into the ship. I F THE SHIP IS FITTED , OR IS REQUIRED TO BE FITTED , WITH AN INERT GAS SYSTEM (IGS) THE The IGS is fully operational and in good P working order. Deck seals, or equivalent, are in good 52 R working order. Liquid levels in pressure/vacuum 53 R breakers are correct. The fixed and portable oxygen analysers 54 have been calibrated and are working R properly. All the individual tank IG valves (if 55 R fitted) are correctly set and locked. All personnel in charge of cargo operations are aware that, in the case of 56 failure of the inert gas plant, discharge operations should cease and the terminal be advised. I F THE SHIP IS FITTED WITH A CRUDE O IL WASHING (COW) SYSTEM , AND INTENDS TO CRUDE OIL WASH, THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS SHOULD BE ADDRESSED : The Pre-Arrival COW check-list, as 57 contained in the approved COW manual, has been satisfactorily completed. 58 The COW check-lists for use before, R 51
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during and after COW, as contained in the approved COW manual, are available and being used. I F THE SHIP IS PLANNING TO TANK CLEAN ALONGSIDE, THE FOLLOWING STATEMENTS SHOULD BE ADDRESSED : 59 60 61 Tank cleaning operations are planned during the ship's stay alongside the shore installation. If `yes', the procedures and approvals for tank cleaning have been agreed. Permission has been granted for gas freeing operations. Yes/No* Yes/No*

Yes/No*

Yes/No*

DECLARATION We, the undersigned, have checked the above items in Parts A and B in accordance with the instructions, and have satisfied ourselves that the entries we have made are correct to the best of our knowledge. We have also made arrangements to carry out repetitive checks as necessary and agreed that those items with code `R' in the Check-List should be re-checked at intervals not exceeding _____ hours. If to our knowledge the status of any item changes, we will immediately inform the other party. For Ship Name Rank Signature Date Time R ECORD OF REPETITIVE CHECKS : D ATE T IME S IGNED (FOR S HIP ) S IGNED (FOR T ERMINAL) For The Terminal Name Position or Title Signature Date Time

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A PPENDIX C

FIRE INSTRUCTION NOTICE


FIRE ACTION S HIP FIRE ON YOUR S HIP
Raise alarm Fight fire to prevent spread Inform Terminal Cease all operations and close all valves Stand-by to disconnect hoses / arms Make ready to leave the berth

FIRE ON ANOTHER S HIP OR ASHORE


Raise Alarm Stand-by. When instructed Cease all operations and close all valves Disconnect hoses / arms Make ready to leave berth

FIRE ACTION ASHORE


FIRE ON A S HIP Raise alarm Contact ship Cease all operations and close all valves Stand-by to disconnect hoses / arms Stand-by to assist fire-fighting Inform all ships Implement Terminal Emergency Plan FIRE ASHORE Raise alarm Cease all operations and close all valves Fight fire to prevent spread Stand-by to disconnect hoses / arms Inform all ships Implement Terminal Emergency Plan

IN C ASE OF FIRE D O N OT HESITATE TO RAISE THE ALARM


Terminal Fire Alarm At this Terminal the Fire Alarm is a continuous sound of siren. In Case of Fire: 1. Sound at least six (6) blasts on the ships whistle, where each blast has not less than 10 second of duration and activate a continuous ringing of the ships bells. 2. Contact the directly the terminal or through radio (VHF CH 16) of Control Station or the Receiver.

IN C ASE OF FIRE, TERMINAL P ERSONNEL WILL D IRECT THE MOVEMENT OF P EOPLE AND E QUIPMENT ASHORE .

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Appendix D

SMOKING WARNING

Smoking is strictly prohibited on board tankers alongside, on jetties and within terminal safety zone, except in those enclosed spaces on board ship and shore specifically designated by the master and terminal manager as "Smoking Areas".

These are located

(A)_________________________________________ (B)_________________________________________ (C)_________________________________________

Failure to comply with these regulations can involve cessation of cargo operations and/or unberthing, pending complete investigation and receipt of written assurance from the master that effective controls have been established. The terminal management reserves the right in unusual circumstances to prohibit smoking at any time in any place on or adjacent to the terminal tanker berth during cargo operations.

Signed__________________________________
Terminal Representative

Receipt of Smoking Warning Acknowledged Signed__________________________________


Ship Master

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Appendix E REQUESTED OF CARGO QUANTITY AND MAXIMUM DISCHARGING / LOADING RATES

Name of vessel: Jetty: Date: To Beira Oil Terminal

Cargo: _________ ___________

A: I request you to connect _______ loading arms to my vessel. B: I request the terminal to receive from my vessel _________metric tonnes. C: Cargo will be discharged from cargo tanks N o (sequence of discharging):____________________________________________________________ __________________________________________________________________ D: I request following discharging / loading rates and pressures: Start: m3/h______________Bars Normal: ______________m3/h______________Bars Top-off: ______________m3/h______________Bars

Signed: Master Discharging / Loading will be stopped by shore in accordance with your request. Signed: Terminal Representative Note: If maximum requested rate is less than the designed discharging rate of the ship, the reason for the lower rate should be clearly be stated below. Reason by Shore (terminal and receiver) Reason by Ship

Signed: ________________________ Terminal Representative


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Appendix F

SIMULTANEOUS OFFLOADING / BALLASTING


Name of Vessel:________________________________________ Jetty:_________________________________________________ Date:_________________________________________________

A: Is Your vessel capable of loading/de-ballasting simultaneously in the respect of min. two valves between ballast lines and product lines: Yes/No

B: Will Your vessel load and de-ballast simultaneously on this occasion? Yes/No

If either of the above questions is answered "No", please state reason clearly below: _____________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________ _____________________________________________________________

Signed: ____________________________________ Master

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Appendix G

Ship repairs
Name of vessel: _________________________________________ Jetty: _________________________________________________ Date: __________________________________________________ To Terminal Manager, Beira Oil Terminal Dear Sir, I wish to carry out the following repairs whilst this vessel is alongside. The repairs will / will not immobilise the vessel and take approximately ________hours. Nature of repair work: ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ ______________________________________________________________ ______________ Signed: _______________________________________________________ Master

Permission to carry out above repairs is granted / refused. Signed: ________________________________________________________ Terminal Manager

Note: Work is only permitted under the conditions stated in the Terminal Information and Regulations, 3.17 and 3.18.

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Appendix H

Segregated Ballast Results

To : The Master SS/MT: ______________________________________ Jetty no: ____________________________________________________ Date: _______________________________________________________ Time: _______________________________________________________

The results of the segregated ballast tank samples that were taken on board Your vessel are as follows are as follows: ______________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ Permission is hereby granted to discharge the following segregated ballast tanks overboard: ______________________________________________________________ ________________________________________________________ Permission to discharge the following segregated ballast tanks overboard is refused because the hydrocarbon content is too high: ______________________________________________________________ _________________________________________________________ The segregated ballast must be retained on board.

Signed__________________________________
Shift Supervisor for Terminal Manager

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Appendix I

DECLARATION OF CLEAN SEGREGATION WATER


I, the undersigned: __________________________________________________ Commanding the ship: _______________________________________________

Belonging to: ______________________________________________________

I do hereby declare and certify that the segregated ballast tanks and associated pipelines which cannot be sampled, contain clean ballast water only, which to the best of my knowledge and belief is not affected by any pollutant. If, however, in the event of the contents of these tanks causing pollution when discharged overboard, by accident or not, I accept full responsibility for all the consequences.

_____________________________ Master

Date:________________________

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Appendix J

RECEIPT FOR LOAN OF PORTABLE UHF-SET


One portable UHF-set is delivered to the ship in order to ensure safe contact between the ship and the terminal. The radio is working on channel 1 and offers contact with the Jetty room and with the Shift Supervisor. If the ship has suitable charging equipment, the battery will be charged onboard, if not, the battery will be charged on request. After completion of loading / discharging, the radio shall be handled back to the jetty operator unrequested.

SS/MT ______________________ RADIO No: __________________ RECEIVED DATE: _____________ HOURS: __________________

_______________________
Capt./Ch.off.

RETURNED DATE: _____________

HOURS: __________________

_______________________
Terminal Supervisor

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Appendix K

Waste Disposal

All intended delivery of waste to the Terminal is refused. All delivery of bellow waste has to be arranged through the Agent and delivered from the ship directly to the truck without storage/ stopping on Jetty. The categories are: Food Waste: Food only! Galley Waste: All kinds of food contaminated paper and plastics. Note! All such waste has to be packed into plastic bags before disposed of into the truck. Paper: Newspaper, magazines etc. Plastics: All kinds of soft plastics free of contamination. Cartons: All cartons have to be flattened before disposal into the container. General Waste: All other waste, such as empty buckets, empty and dry paint cans, expanded polyester, tins etc. Hazardous waste: Oil products Solvents Oil contaminated filters Oil contaminated rags, sawdust Paint, Thinner, Alcohol products, Tar etc. Products containing mercury, cadmium (batteries) Acid, Caustic and other corrosive products Any other product classified as hazardous to health or environment Delivery of waste has to be cleared by the Shift Supervisor, the Vessel's Agent will be responsible for all such waste delivered to track waiting on shore and check if is properly packed and declared/labelled according to regulations.

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Appendix L

APPROACH BEIRA OIL TERMINAL

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Appendix M

BEIRA OIL TERMINAL LAYOUT

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Appendix N MAP OF CHANNEL SURVEY

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Appendix O MAP OF JETTY SURVEY

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Appendix P

MORRING DIAGRAM

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Appendix Q

LOADING ARMS ENVELOPS

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Appendix R

GANGWAY ENVELOPS

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Appendix S

JETTY DATA INFO


1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 General Data Port Name Terminal Name Berth Name Berth Type (SBM, CBM, T Jetty, Finger-pier, Alongside, Sea-Island) Berth Position Berth Operator Dock water density (salt / brackish / fresh) Type of bottom (sand, mud, rock, etc.) Average tide height basis MLWS / MHWS Average tide height basis MLWN / MHWN Approaches / Berth Restrictions Units used in this table are in: Feet / Meters and Long Tons / Metric Tonnes. (Please delete the units that are NOT Applicable) 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 33 Minimum water depth in approaches at chart datum Minimum required port/terminal Under Keel Clearance (UKC) in approaches Minimum water depth alongside berth at chart datum Minimum required Port/Terminal Under Keel Clearance (UKC) alongside Berth Maximum vessels draft permitted alongside at Low Water Maximum Summer Deadweight Minimum Summer Deadweight Maximum Displacement Minimum Displacement Maximum cubic capacity (Gas Carriers) Minimum cubic capacity (Gas Carriers) Maximum Vessel Length Overall (LOA) Minimum Vessel Length Overall (LOA) Minimum Parallel Body Length required forward and aft of manifold centre Maximum vessel beam Maximum vessel bow to manifold distance Minimum vessel bow to manifold distance Maximum vessel stern to manifold distance Minimum vessel stern to manifold distance Maximum allowable vessel manifold height above the water at chart datum Minimum allowable vessel manifold height above the water at chart datum Minimum required Safe Working Load (SWL) of vessels derrick / crane Minimum clearance between MHWS and overhead obstructions (e.g., bridges, cables) Berth Information / Requirements 34 35 36 37 38 39 Names of cargo suppliers / receivers Types of oils, oil products, gases, chemicals handled at the berth Number and size of shore arms / hoses Expected load / discharge rates in m 3/hr Manifold position normally used (port, starboard, stern) Is berth fitted with a vapour recovery system? 42 IPG, Addax, Imopetro, Noczim Mogas, Gasoil, Jet A1, Avegas, Fuel Arms 3x10" / Hoses 4x6" and 2x4" Arms 10"=1,200; Hoses 6"=750; 4"=550 Starboard No -4 (Survey May-07, Macuti Channel) 1,0 -8 (Survey May-07) 1,0 7 60,000 4,500 Up date at Set-07 Porto da Beira Terminal de Petroleos Terminal de Petroleos T Jetty S19o 49'.4 E34o50'.0 (In: INAHINA) CFM Brackish Mud +0.13 / +7,10 +3.50 / +3,57

200 60 17,5 / 17,5 Not aplicable Not aplicable Not aplicable Not aplicable Not aplicable 22,1 2,1 5 Not aplicable

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Are ballast / slop facilities available at the berth? If yes, what is maximum quantity that can be accepted by the terminal? Minimum mooring arrangement Are fuel oil bunkers available ex-berth? Are fuel oil bunkers available ex-barge? Are diesel oil bunkers available ex-berth? Are diesel oil bunkers available ex-barge? Is fresh water available ex-berth? Is fresh water available ex-barge?

Slop = 3,000 litres 4 moorings at 4,500 DWT No No Yes No Yes No

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Appendix T

STATEMENT OF COMPLIANCE

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