Oil and Gas Marine Terminal Maintenance, Safety, and Operations Optimization

Program Date

22 Jul 26 Jul 2024

Program Location

Jakarta, Indonesia

Program Venue

IBIS Jakarta Senen

Registration & Payment Deadline

31 May 2024

Program Introduction

Although different pipelines are being built to transport crude and other refined products, the contemporary oil and gas industry still heavily relies on large sea carriers. Despite being efficient, this transport modality can potentially pose significant risks to humans, installations, and the environment. This is especially true if oil terminals are not designed and constructed properly or aren’t operated and maintained adhering to certain standards.

To effectively store and distribute oil and gas products, it is essential to understand associated technical and environmental challenges in-depth. As each facility is unique, those involved in operations, management, and maintenance should be able to tailor their approach to best meet the needs of the terminal.

The training and study tour on Oil and Gas Marine Terminal Maintenance, Safety, and Operations Optimization in Jakarta, Indonesia have been developed to equip professionals working in marine terminals with essential knowledge, contemporary tools, and techniques as well as crucial skills required to handle various issues associated with oil and gas terminals operation, maintenance, and safety.

Target Audience

This program is aimed at:

  • Facility Managers at Marine Terminals
  • Terminal Supervisors
  • Engineers of Oil and Gas Marine Terminals
  • HSE Managers and Officers
  • Shipping Coordinators
  • Dock Maintenance Planners
  • Professionals in production and oil movement planning
  • Specialists in loading operations

Program Objectives

Upon the successful completion of this training course, its delegates shall be able to:

  • Acquire an essential understanding of operations in oil and gas marine terminals
  • Comprehend the properties of the cargo as well as transfer and storage-associated dangers
  • Learn about international standards and regulations applicable to marine terminals of oil and gas
  • Understand the operations of different vessels in marine oil and gas terminals
  • Effectively assess and manage risks associated with marine terminal operations
  • Acquire and transfer best practices of leading countries to maximize the efficiency of terminal operation

Program Contents

The following areas are to be covered during days 1-4 of the program:

  • Understanding the properties of the Cargo
  • Danger and Toxicity; Confined Spaces and Breathable Atmospheres
  • Hydrocarbon Properties: Crude Oil, Liquified Petroleum Gas, and Liquified Natural Gas
  • Fires and Explosions: UEL, LEL, BLEVE, Pancake Cloud Explosions
  • Storage Tanks
  • Transfer Systems
  • Ship-shore Transfers
  • Harbor and Vessels: jetties, quays, wharves, SBMs, Hoses
  • Shipboard Management
  • Health, Safety, and Risk
  • Ignition Sources
  • Hazardous zone
  • Safe Equipment Handling
  • Fire detection and firefighting systems
  • Risk assessments, mitigation, and management
  • Storage and Transfer planning in terminal management
  • Berthing Support
  • Cargo transfer support
  • Vessel departure support
  • Security and Vessel Access
  • Emergency response
  • International Standards and Regulations for Oil and Gas Marine Terminals

In addition to the topics above, program delegates to participate in the following:

  • Study tour and exposure around a local coastal oil terminal
  • Meeting with the representatives of the terminal operator/company

Program Methodology

The training and study tour on Oil and Gas Marine Terminal Maintenance, Safety, and Operations Optimization is a highly practical program exclusively designed by Risalat. Content is scheduled to be delivered alongside modern adult-learning principles with a key focus on the practical application of the material covered. Workshop sessions will ensure the formation of an essential understanding of needed concepts and practices. Case studies and video demonstrations will be used to reinforce participant comprehension and complement tailored group assignments. Study tours shall be aimed at the exchange of best practices and knowledge transfer between the partner organization and the delegates.

Host Country Profile

Indonesia has been an active player in the oil and gas industry for over 100 years. As of 2020, the country has proven oil reserves of 2.5 billion barrels. Based on 2019 stats, Indonesia is ranked 12th in terms of global gas production with a total volume of 67.5 billion cubic meters.

Being an island nation, ports play a significant role in Indonesia’s economic life. The country possesses several large port facilities with well-managed marine terminals that are being modernized continuously. The turnaround of the country’s ports has been extending rapidly over recent years with specialized facilities catering to oil tankers.

Program Fee

Payment Options

Fee Covers

  • Visa Assistance (complimentary)

  • Participant Assessment

  • Airport Pickup

  • Accommodation

  • Wi-Fi

  • Welcome Dinner

  • Breakfast

  • Workshop Kit

  • Program Materials

  • Program Experts

  • Practical Activities

  • Lunch

  • Refreshments

  • Interactive workshop

  • City Map & Direction

  • Risalat T-shirt (complimentary)

  • Field Visit

  • Program Certificate

  • Entertaining Tour

  • Program Report