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27 Apr

Sanmar Chain CALM buoy mooring system for Indian Oil Corporation refinery

Sanmar Chain international has supplied chain and shackles to SBM Atlantia to moor two new CALM buoys at the Indian Oil Corporation Limited’s refinery complex at Paradip, Orissa, India.

The integrated offshore crude oil handling facility at Paradip has three single point mooring (SPM) CALM buoy systems: one existing and two new, and submarine pipelines for offloading of crude and feeding to refinery and Paradip-Haldia-Barauni crude oil pipeline.

The crude oil is offloaded from a VLCC tanker, up to 320,000 DWT, either moored to one of the CALM buoys or simultaneous unloading from more than one CALM buoy and transported through sub sea pipelines approximately 21.0 km long. Moored in 33m water depth, SCI has supplied two SPM mooring sets each with six legs comprising Grade R4 studless chain and shackles.

The SBM Atlantia CALM buoys are wheel and rail “30 year in the water” type, designed to accommodate tankers of up to 320,000 DWT. Each new SPM is equipped with two-24” piping in the central chamber and pipe arm, and be equipped with a single product fluid swivel (PDU).

The CALM buoy and the mooring system are compliant with the rules and regulations of American Bureau of Shipping (ABS).

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