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Protection status guide for offshore crude oil transfer operations
Assessments are based on typical configurations and Gall Thomson field operation experience.
Status may be different depending on operational and environmental circumstances. It is recommended to contact the Gall Thomson Technical Team before assuming the estimated protection status of any specific operation or operational environment.
Protection status categories are designed to manage risk reduction and are based only on Gall Thomson products, specifications, procedures and services.
Protection estimates assume application, management and servicing of equipment within Gall Thomson Installation Operations Manual (IOM) and Gall Thomson Approved Certification (GTAC) guidelines.
Sudden tanker breakout due to:
Failure of deck equipment.
Underwater current – soliton.
Accidental pull by support tug.
Where applicable Tanker colliding with SPM.
Surge pressure due to:
Failure and closure of Butterfly Valve in full flow.
Failure of North Sea Valve in full flow.
Accidental tanker manifold valve closure in full flow by tanker crew.
(When designed into the MBC specification.)