Ship To Ship Transfer Agreement

In general, the STS transmission process can be divided into 5 phases, as shown in the table below, taking into account the agreement of each of the contracting parties to be bound by the terms of this agreement at the conclusion of an STS transfer contract in accordance with the procedure set out in point 2 below, and taking into account the additional and additional considerations which are recognized for receipt, it is agreed: an offer from STS: an offer from TFL to provide STS transfer services for a STS transfer given in Appendix A (for the transfer). Ship-to-Ship is the transfer of cargo between sea vessels arranged side by side, either stationary or in progress. Cargoes, which are generally transmitted by STS methods, include crude oil, LPG (LPG or LNG), bulk petroleum products and petroleum products. The STS transfer nomenclature should be used with respect to techniques used by commercial civilian vessels, such as ongoing filling, which is used by the U.S. Navy for similar operations, but generally much more complicated between navy ships during traffic. Step two. Arrival: During the arrival phase of operation, the two vessels operating the STS system must produce radio communications and agree that all operational procedures have been evaluated and agreed upon. (a) The designation of any tanker that supplies or receives cargo is again confirmed by the company to LFL at point 18, provided that it is a 7-day period (or another duration agreement for a specific transfer) before the scheduled arrival date on the STS site. This notice indicates that, in order to achieve these objectives, the state-of-the-art “K-SIM Polaris” Class Edge Bridge Simulator is being used. The simulator is equipped with boat models that recreate the manoeuvring characteristics of ships during the STS Manoeuver. 2.5 TFL operates the STS transfer system for the transfer of cargo (whether or not it is owned by the company) from (a) tankers to be re-executed later to other tankers.

– Details of the owner, operator or shipping company. Ship-to-ship ship transfer operations, also known as lighters, are activities in which crude oil or petroleum products are transferred between sea vessels that are attached to the sea. Such operations can occur when a vessel is at anchor or they are both sailing at very low speeds. Typically, the operation includes approach manoeuvre, mooring, mooring, hose fitting, cargo transfer, unloading, stopping, stopping and departure manoeuvres. II. When liability to the corporation, regardless of the above, is incurred, it is limited to an amount equivalent to a multiple of ten times the transfer fee for which liability is incurred, whether or not it is due to the negligence of the TFL, its agents, its subcontractors or related companies. 2.4 The company asks any captain of an oil tanker participating in a transfer to sign a letter, in the form of Schedule B, in which STS transfer services are requested for the transfer in question, and confirms as part of the appointment agreement. The signature of the masters (s) of these letters is a precondition for the fulfilment of one of TFL`s obligations with respect to the assignment, unless TFL waives such a condition.

4. Neither TFL, neither the duly married master nor any other person employed or hired by TFL in the provision of STS transfer services are in all circumstances liable to the master, owner, operator, operator, operator, operator and renter (if it exists) or to a third party for the losses, damages or delays caused to the vessel and/or its cargo, even if this loss, damage or delay is caused by the negligence of TFL, the sleeping master or another person. Phase 3. Berthing: The seizure phase of Operation STS consists of manoeuvring and docking the two vessels. For the manoeuvring operation, an emergency plan must be put in place to deal with emergencies.