August 5th - 7th 2020 (Online)

This training course will assist oil and gas terminals, including coal Terminals operators in achieving  a competitive  advantage  by having an effective and well manage operation.  The course has been designed for mid and downstream  supply chained and energy industry managers. 

party agreements, contracts of sale, special provisions clauses, arbitration awards, and matters of law continue to change . As such , we strongly recommend that anyone involved  in tanker/ship  operations, logistics, and demurrage management be knowledgeable  in this course material and continue to stay abreast of the latest developments in the industry to enhance  their company’s bottom line.



The objective of this course is to familiarize delegates with an overview of laytime calculations , demurrage analysis ;  analysis  of charter parties, and protective clauses ; ways to limit liability and maximize collection through improved terms ; understand frequently  disputed issues  and ways to eliminate the cause;  others Tanker operations and matters of demurrage resolution are constantly evolving .charter concerning Terminal Facilities  and  ship performances;  and discuss key arbitration awards and landmark rulings that are instrumental in successful demurrage resolution; also participants will learn key demurrage concepts.

Improve the ability to calculate laytime, prevent future losses, and pumping control, understand loading / discharge agreement, pumping from tankers to onshore storage tanks (or vice versa), supervisory when the ship docked at the pier accurately and safely. Understanding ship-shore communication in the English language related cargo transfer activities.



Learning  Objectives : 

  1. Understand ship’s  specification , type of  Cargoes, draft  and ship operations in marine Terminals.
  2. Understand Terminal Port Constraint , as one of several reasons for  getting  laytime excess.
  3. Disclose Time Loss awareness and  techniques to prevent time losses.
  4. Review of the various type of ship charters.
  5. Establish an understanding of ship owner versus Charterer obligations.
  6. Understand the responsibilities of each party, owner, charterers and marine terminals, particularly the burden borne by the marine terminal.
  7. Formulate laytime  calculations and qualify  exceptions to time counting.
  8. Learning  to identify improved procedure for the handling , loading and discharging  of oil and gas  cargoes.
  9. Understand and understand the concepts used laytime and demurrage calculations, including an exception that can not be claimed as demurrage
  10. Understand how to Qualify a  Notice of Readyness (NOR)
  11. How timebar relates to charter parties and commercial contracts
  12. Demurrage documentation requirements and time bar  issues
  13. Examinations of various types of  time logs ( incl. ship movements)
  14. Clarify pumps and pipelines system  including loading and discharge operations.
  15. Laytime  & demurrage calculations
  16. Discussion.


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