GUIDELINES FOR OFFSHORE TANKER OPERATIONS
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This is one of the most important and fundamental publications for the offshore industry. The ultimate intention of the authors of this volume released by OCIMF was promoting the harmonization and compatibility between the offtake tankers and offshore terminals, which should be achieved by providing required professional guidance on the established procedures and equipment involved for the mooring operations as well as the cargo transfer operations including transfer of both crude oil and different products.
The information contained in this guidebook is expected to present real life practical interest to the technical operators of the tankers and terminals, tanker- and terminal-based personnel, regulatory officials and all other people involved. The authors have paid particular attention to the safe management of the above mentioned interface.
Eleven sections of the volume cover all applicable industry standards and codes, mooring configuration and equipment at the terminals, station keeping and safe transfer of personnel, risk management, conventional tanker activities, emergency and contingency planning, and other critical aspects of offshore operations. There are several appendices providing supplementary information, and a good glossary of terms. The publication is an absolute must-have to any person engaged in offshore tanker operations in any way.
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