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Shell Exploration & Production

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OIL SPILL PREVENTION WORKSHOP


WAINWRIGHT 9th July

SIEP B.V.

Shell Exploration & Production

Copyright 2008

FUEL TRANSFERS

OVERVIEW
TYPES OF TRANSFER STANDARDS Regulatory & Equipment ALASKA VENTURE Preparation Conducting the transfer Completion VESSEL INSPECTION & APPROVAL Procedures

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TYPES OF TRANSFER
TYPES ; FUEL TRANSFER (bunkering, lightering) WATER PEOPLE CARGO LOCATIONS ; OFFSHORE BETWEEN VESSELS IN PORTS : TO AND FROM VESSELS

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STANDARDS
INTERNATIONAL & US REQUIREMENTS
INTERNATIONAL MARITIME ORGANISATION (IMO) : MARPOL US : 33CFR156 Oil or Hazardous Material Transfer Operations US : 46CFR35 Tank Vessel Regulations

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ISGOTT

INDUSTRY GUIDANCE

Ship to Ship Transfer Guide NWEG (Offshore Oil & Gas Industry)

SHELL STANDARDS
EP2005-0262 : Bulk Transfer Operations, SPECIFICATION: BULK LOADING HOSES OPS0011 Marine Transportation Standard Ship to Ship Lightering Management Guidelines

ALASKA STANDARDS
ALASKA FUEL TRANSFER - OPERATING CONDITION AND PROCEDURE

EQUIPMENT STANDARDS (1)


Hoses are certified to handle the cargo specified Hoses shall be tested Hoses are visually inspected & if in poor condition be replaced Hoses have flotation collars Slings and lifting points are visually checked and replaced if required Working pressure in local unit of measurement (psi or bars) A colour-coding table in shall be used

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EQUIPMENT STANDARDS (2)


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All bulk hoses used offshore shall be of sufficient length for safe operation Diesel fuel hoses shall be fitted with a quick release, self-sealing coupling at the hose end to prevent the spillage of diesel fuel after hose disconnection.

TODO CONNECTION

CAMLOCK

EQUIPMENT

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Fenders between vessels Hose rigging

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PLANNING FOR FUEL TRANSFER

ALASKA FUEL TRANSFER Operating Conditions and Procedures


Preparation Spill Response Equipment Booming Equipment Planning Termination Completion Declaration of Inspection

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Planning for Fuel Transfer

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The transfer operation should be planned and agreed in writing between the two (or three) parties and, should include information on the following:
1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. Quantity and type of each fuel to be transferred, Flow rates, Normal stopping and emergency shutdown procedures, Emergency and spill containment procedures, Local or government rules that may apply (MMS for EPW contracted vessel), Material Safety Data Sheet, Coordination of plans for cargo hose connection, monitoring, draining and disconnection. Declaration of Inspection is signed USCG requirement Shell Pre Transfer Checklists are Completed

10. Due regard to vessel stability

Preparation for Fuel Transfers (1)

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Shell Transfer Checklist


Adobe Acrobat Document

Declaration of Inspection
PROCEDURE

OPERATIONS STANDARD/PROCEDURE/GUIDELINE DRAFT

Approval

Approved for the Alaska Asset:


Shell Exploration & Production Company

Signature

Date

Kate Miner Dwight Johnston Rick Fox Peter Slaiby

* Note * Original signed copy of this procedure is filed

Effective

1 March 2010

Compliance Date

1 March 2010

Expires

Remains in effect until superceded or revised

Custodian

Logistics Department, Alaska Venture

Author

Craddock-Melin, J. Lynn; Marine Contracts Manager, Alaska

Printed: 1 June 2009

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Printed copies of this document are UNCONTROLLED. . Destroy ( (RECYCLE) after use.

Preparations : Spill Response

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Planning for Fuel Transfer (2)

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DURING THE TRANSFER

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Fuel transfers should be immediately stopped :


A leaking pipe or hose is discovered, If the containment boom is deployed, ice hazards may require releasing the boom, preventing effective immediate spill containment, Vessel moorings fail or are not adequately securing the vessels, Shifting of the transfer vessels locations due to wind or current that cause the containment boom to be compromised, Increase in other safety or environmental risk factors that become elevated to an unsafe level

COMPLETION OF TRANSFER After completion of cargo transfer :


1. 2. 3. Hoses drained into the agreed upon tank, Hoses disconnected and securely blanked, Cargo manifolds should be securely blanked

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VESSEL INSPECTION
All vessels used by Shell are required to be Inspected and Approved

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Assurance that vessels adhere to International, Local and Shell Standards Condition and management of the vessels are checked Includes : Fuel Transfer Procedures checked

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