PT Pertamina undertook a project to expand and refurbish its existing fuel storage terminal located at Pulau Sambu, Indonesia, used for the storage and distribution of liquid hydrocarbon products for the local and export markets. This would enable the terminal to handle larger vessels and a range of coastal barges during berthing and loading/unloading at the existing storage facilities.
We developed the Front End Engineering Design (FEED) and Invitation To Bid (ITB) package for the offshore marine facilities and supporting structures for jetty topside equipment and piping works.
The offshore facilities are for receiving products from ocean-going vessels and are also for discharging products to smaller vessels and barges for local distribution. These facilities consist of the demolition of the existing jetty and construction of new ones in order to cater to a range of vessel sizes.
The onshore storage facilities consist of 21 nos. storage tanks of which four nos. are new tanks while the remaining are existing facilities requiring refurbishment.
We assisted in the development of offshore oil facilities on Pulau Busing Island, off Singapore's busy south coast. The work was motivated by the increasing costs of oil, and our team was in place to assess a total engineering design and project management consultancy for four new jetties.
We were commissioned by Puma Energy to conduct a HAZOP Study to review the FEED safety design for the current North Vietnam Bitumen Terminal.
We were appointed to prepare the layout of two jetties at its Petroleum Storage Terminal at Banyan Basin, Singapore.
In view of changes made to Singapore QRA Guidelines (implemented in 2016), a Dutch storage major with a brown-field facility whereby the risk from the facility has not been assessed engaged BMT to carry out a Quantitative Risk Assessment (QRA) in accordance to both existing and new Singapore QRA Guidelines for the Terminal.