Client: Sembawang Shipyard Pte Ltd
Country: Indonesia and Singapore
Project Location: Kariumun (Indonesia) and Sembawang (Singapore) Shipyards
BMT was appointed by Sembawang Shipyard Pte Ltd to carry out a mooring analysis of the vessel MT Chios during its conversion into a floating storage and offloading (FSO) facility at Karimun Shipyard, Indonesia and Sembawang Shipyard, Singapore.
The FSO is part of a project to develop the Banyu Urip field in East Java, Indonesia. The FSO stores crude oil whilst being hooked to the mooring tower at the bottom of the sea.
The layout of the berth, metocean data, bathymetry and initial vessel mooring arrangement details were provided by SSPL.
The scope of work for the mooring analysis included:
Wilmar Myanmar Port Terminals (Thilawa) limited intends to construct a modern multi-purpose international jetty at the Thilawa port. Contractor Penta-Ocean Construction Co. Ltd had appointed BMT to provide professional engineering services for this project. As part of engineering services, mooring assessment for proposed jetty structure has been carried out.
BMT was appointed by Technics Oil & Gas Ltd. to conduct a mooring analysis for an 80m LOA vessel and advice on the maximum ship size which can berth at the wharf.
BMT have been providing professional services to Muhibbah Engineering Bhd commencing from the FEED for the LNG Regasification Unit and Island Berth of the LNG Regasification.
BMT was appointed by Taisei Corporation to carry out the Mooring Analysis for 200,000 DWT and 60,000 DWT bulk carriers and 8,000 DWT barge at Jimah coal unloading jetty. The layout of the berth, Met Ocean data, Bathymetry details were provided by the client.