Terminal Management System

Offshore Ops’ Terminal Management System allows oil terminals to maximise terminal availability and efficiency, increase safety, reduce operating costs and reduce environmental incidents.

Offshore Ops’ fully OCIMF SMOG 2015 compliant Integrated Terminal Management System has been systematically developed over 12 years to provide ‘live’ data on a wide range of operational and environmental factors, as well as effective operations management, significantly reducing risk and enhancing mooring and offloading safety and performance.

Offshore Ops’ Integrated Terminal Management System has been developed based on the needs of single and multi-operator terminals. It comprises an array of sensors on the offloading buoy, together with a portable monitoring unit used by the mooring master on the tanker, providing ‘live’ data on all aspects of offloading operations.

Key operational feature

Consignment scheduling

Asset register

Planned maintenance

Policy and Procedural adherence

Quality, Health, Safety & Environment

Training Matrix

System Benefits

Minimise system outage

Predetermined inspection and equipment change-out regime embedded in the system to ensure that all parts of the SPM are checked and verified as per industry good practice and SPM and equipment manufacturer’s requirements. This maximises the SPM system availability and allows forward planning to be carried out in order to minimise disruption to the system or, at worst, system outage.

Automated KPI reports

From tanker nomination to vessel departure, the system can be used to record all the historical data relating to each and every import/export. This can be particularly useful when determining the validity of any demurrage claim. Full operational KPI reports are automated.

Hose condition monitoring

Floating and subsea hoses – historical data can be stored in the system, together with the inspection reports. Any deterioration in condition can therefore be monitored and used to verify change-out/replacement policy.

Stay In Class

The robust maintenance and inspection regime can be used to satisfy any corporate, state, classification society or system insurance requirements that are set. Depending on the location, it may be possible to use the information to extend the time between the need to either take the buoy out of the service for overhaul or for buoy change-out

Incident forensic analysis

The historical dataset has proven to be invaluable for forensic analysis in the event of an incident. All environmental and operational data is stored in a SQL database compatible with most analysis systems. In the event of an incident large datasets of data can be export for reporting purposes