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NGL Jetty

This is a “T” type jetty with breasting dolphins flanked either side by two mooring dolphins. Water depth at the Berth is 12.8 m. The jetty is fitted with a telescopic ladder located near position 4.

Mooring and unmooring operations are on a 24 hours basis. The use of 2 tugs is mandatory for berthing and un-berthing at the NGL jetty.

Products loaded are Butane, Propane and Stabilized NGL Condensate. Vapour recovery lines are provided for Butane & Propane and must be connected. Vessels without provision for this connection will not be accepted. Vessels must arrive with tanks fully inerted or under cargo vapours.

Notes:

        • Vessels may moor port or starboard side alongside but Masters must ensure that their vessel’s manifold arrangement is compatible with the jetty chicksan booms arrangement as detailed below.
        • The actual “tie-up” will be 3, 3 & 2 Fore & Aft. (3 Head/Stem lines, 3 Breast lines & 2 Springs).
        • Position 1, 2, 5 & 6 are isolated mooring dolphins fitted with a small winch and 3 mooring hooks.
        • Positions 3 and 4 are breasting dolphins fitted with a small winch and 2 mooring hooks.
        • Position 7 is the loading platform fitted with chicksan loading arms for:
Vessel to maintain watch on VHF Ch. 11

(A) Propane Vapour Return 8" x 150 (ASA) flanges
(B) Propane Liquid12" x 150 (ASA) flanges.
(C) Butane Liquid12" x 150 (ASA) flanges.
(D) Butane Vapour Return 8" x 150 (ASA) flanges.
(E) Condensate12" x 150 (ASA) flanges.
        • Items numbered 8 are Yokohama Fenders. (Vessel minimum parallel body 80 meters at all times)
      Loading rates are as follows:
      Butane1200 metric tonnes per hour
      Propane1200 metric tonnes per hour
      Condensate1400 metric tonnes per hour


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