IMODCO Gets Contracts From Indonesia, India

— Literature Available IMODCO, a unit of AMCA International Corporation, has been awarded contracts for single point mooring (SPM) terminals by Pertamina- PDN and India Oil Company.

The Pertamina contract, repre- senting IMODCO's first specially designed commercial, lightweight buoy, is for operation offshore Tanjung Paser, Indonesia. It will moor tankers up to 35,000 dwt, discharging jet fuel to an onshore booster station and storage facility.

The terminal will be supplied with two 12-inch-diameter floating hoses and two 16-inch-diameter pig launchers located in opposite access chambers of the buoy hull. Pigs will be inserted into the launchers and fluid originating from a moored tanker pushes them through the SPM terminal cargo system toward shore.

The India Oil Company contract is for a replacement buoy for an SPM currently operating in the Vadinar Field, Gulf of Kutch, in northwest India.

Capable of mooring tankers up to 300,000 dwt, the India Oil offshore terminal has been designed with extra shell thickness and self-installation features and incorporates hydraulic actuation for the pipeline end manifold (PLEM).

Hoses, chains and hawsers already existing at the site will be utilized.

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Maritime Reporter Magazine, page 32,  Aug 1984

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