The pier is equipped with the following lines for loading/unloading and/or
bunkers (both berths):
3 x 42'' oil lines about 9,500 m long; 10.5 kg/ sq.cm (150 lb/sq.in).
Max working pressure; 25,200 m3/h max flow rate.
1 x 26'' line for ballast, about 1,800 m long; 10.5 kg/cm2 (150
lb/sq.in). Max working pressure and 4,000 m3/h max flow rate.
2 x 20'' lines for fuel oil, about 2,000 m long; 10.5 kg/cm2 (150
lb/sq.in). Max pressure and 1,800 m3/h max flow rate. Max working
temperature for both lines: 75 deg. C (167 deg. F).
1 x 12'' line for diesel oil. About 1,500 m long; 10.5 kg/cm2. (150
lb./sq.in) max working pressure and 1.070 m3/h max flow rate.
1 x 8'' line for drinking water, 3.2 kg/cm2 (45 lb/sq.in). Working
pressure and 30 m3/h max flow rate.
Both berths are equipped with recording devices to conintuously
measure the ship's speed and her distance to the pier. Both berths are
also equipped with hydraulic powered accommodation ladders for easy access
The terminal is equipped with 2 slop tanks with a combined capacity of
39,200 m3 or 246,960 bbls. Discharge into the sea of any amount of oil or
oil based products either alone or in combination with ballast water, is
strictly forbidden and heavily fined. GEBIG is particularly interested in
having vessels complete the deballasting operation promptly after berthing
in order to minimise time at berth. Simultaneous loading/deballasting or
unloading/ballasting is allowed on properly equipped vessels.
Hoses are in use for fresh water supply only. For loading/unloading
operations, the terminal is equipped with 11 quick release flange
connection loading arms of 150 lb/sq.in. capacity. The terminal lines allow
oil discharging at a rate of 25,200 m3/ph and loading up to 12,900 m3/ph.