- St. Eustatius

Report
General Overview
St. Eustatius Facility
Operating for over 30 years
Largest non government employer for 30 years, second only to Rotterdam for
most tonnage moved through a port in the Kingdom.
2012 Facility Highlights
• 1,322 Vessels Handled
• 1,196,351 Tons of Bunkers
Delivered
• 275,365 NS Personnel Hours
worked
Facility Overview
• 72 tanks with 14m/BBLS Product
Storage
• 5 Berths Including 1 SPM
• 5 Bunker Barges & 5 Tug Boats
• 1 workboat/Response Vessel
• 25,000 bpd Refinery
St. Eustatius Terminal
Table of Contents
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St. Eustatius Terminal Information
Environmental Permitting
Utilities
Questions
St. Eustatius Terminal Information
NuStar Terminal 72 commercial and utility tanks 14 million barrels
A- 8 floating roof tanks 5 million barrels fuel oil or crude.
B- 26 cone roof tanks 6 million barrels (heavy fuel oil or crude)
C- New 70 series tanks adds 5 (diesel/jet) tanks 1 million barrels
D- Mezzanine 10 tanks internal floating roofs for light distillates 1.1 million barrels
E- Lower terminal 8 tanks distillates and fuel oil .7 million barrels.
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A
E
C
D
St. Eustatius Terminal Information
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Conventional finger pier jetty with 2 berth ship dock. 55 feet draft.
Berth One South Side 20 -175 DWT
Berth Two North side 20-100 DWT
Transfer rates 5000 -30,000 BBLS per hour
St. Eustatius Terminal Information
• Barge Dock @ Jetty
• 17 Ft. Draft
St. Eustatius Terminal Information
• Barge Floating Hose
Station
• 17 Ft. Draft
• 7,200 DWT
St. Eustatius Terminal Information
• Monopile Station
• 4 Subsea lines (12”
and one 8”)
• East mooring up to
10,500 DWT
• West mooring up to
50,000 DWT
St. Eustatius Terminal Information
• SPM Single Point Mooring
• 80,000 – 525,000 DWT
• 48” Subsea Pipeline (6,200
feet)
• Two 24” subsea hoses from
PLEM
• Load rates up to 95K BPH
St. Eustatius Terminal Information
• Monopile Buoys – West
Berth
St. Eustatius Terminal Information
• Installation of New
Loading Arms
St. Eustatius Terminal Information
• Spill Response Capabilities – Emergency Response Vessel Statia Responder in
Dry-dock yard.
Before
After
St. Eustatius Terminal Information
• Statia Responder -Response
and work vessel
Environmental Permitting
Permitting History:
• Original Hindrance Permits received in 1995 prior to implementation of
large crude oil expansion project. First and only facility in the previously
know Netherlands Antilles to receive operating permit for terminal and
Marine operations.
• Post 10-10-10
 Dual Marine and Landside permits finalized in 2012 and 2013
respectively
 BES Implementation – Landside Permit
 Maritime Management Act – Marine Permit
 Ongoing semi-annual compliance inspections
 Ongoing monthly compliance conferences
 To date NuStar still the only facility to have received both marine
and land side permits.
Environmental Permitting
2012 Environmental Reportable Release Description
• 10/21/12 #21596 Leak on barge floating station 8” subsea hose resulted from
unknown third-party damage.
• Estimated 12 BBLS of fuel oil released to Sea.
Environmental Permitting
Corrective Actions:
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Action Item
Unrestricted access to Terminal dock areas
increases risk of damages to hoses and
equipment, work with authorities on
establishing restrictions and informing vessel
operators
Install on the Candle Stick moorings Yellow
Flashing Lts >1nml to illuminate the
hoses.(LTS on ORDER)
Install a Nav Aid Yellow flashing Lts >1nml
on the N-3 Mooring.(LTS on ORDER)
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Monitor and Report vessels in the areas of the
monopole and BLS to Harbor Office. Harbor
Office to follow up on occurrences and advise
NuStar.
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Develop check list for inspection of all
components including For FHS #1 same as
Monopile.
Cause
Owner
General commerce, tourist
diving, pleasure and fishing craft
William De Gannes
pass through areas that require
restricted access
Due Date
Status
Completed
30-11-2012
in progress
waiting on
regulatory
authorities
Provide better visual indication William De Gannes
of obstruction
30-11-2012
Implemented
Completed
Provide better visual indication William De Gannes
of obstruction and indicate
Terminal Operations area North
boundary
30-11-2012
Implemented
Completed
William De Gannes to work 30-10-2012
General commerce, tourist
diving, pleasure and fishing craft with RWS and Harbor Office
pass through areas that require
restricted access
William De Gannes
30-10-2012
Check list inspection will
include visual survey by divers
of the FHS #1 hose strings
Implemented Completed and
ongoing
Implemented Completed and
ongoing
Environmental Permitting
Proactive Efforts
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After
Utilities
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Boiler’s for Steam Heating
Hot Oil Circulation for 50’s series Fuel Oil
Power Generation
Fire Pond
R.O. Water Production Plant
Air Stripping System
Incinerator
Utilities - Boilers
• Boilers #1,2,3. 350HP #6 oil Fuel.
• Boiler #4 refinery. 150HP Diesel fuel.
• Temporary o-o-s for PetroBras Booster pump
install.
• Boiler #5 refinery packaged boiler. 200HP
Diesel fuel.
Utilities - Hot Oil Circulation
• Hot oil circulation for 50’s (4 tanks) in fuel oil storage.
Utilities - Power Generation
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Genset #1
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Genset #2
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Genset #3
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Genset #4
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Genset #5 (o-o-s)
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Genset #6
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Genset #7
Total
900KW
900KW
900KW
900KW
1750KW
1800KW
1800KW
9.0 Megawatt
Utilities – Fire Pond
• Fire Pond 4 Million gallon capacity, fed with fresh water from
tank roof tops, in times of drought or heavy usage, water can be
pumped from sea.
Utilities – Impound Basin
• Remote Impound Basin, collects run off water from upper terminal
impound areas and 50 series tank roofs, can be pumped to fire pond or
to surface or left to evaporate. 30 million gallon capacity.
Utilities - R.O. Water Production Plant
• Seawater reverse osmosis. 50-90K GPD original capacity.
Utilities - Air Stripping System
Utilities - Incinerator
• Incinerator, utilized for incineration of oily waste.
Ash and slag from incinerated materials is stored
in containers on-site for future off-site disposal.
Questions?
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