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Concentrate Jetty of Benete Port

Tuesday, July 21, 2009

Ballast Water Management

PT. NEWMONT NUSA TENGGARA
LOGISTICS - EXIM - PORT OPERATIONS
Admin Port Building - Benete Sumbawa
Phone: (62-370) 635318, Fax: (633349) Ext.46541

Welcome to PT Newmont Nusa Tenggara's "Dedicated-Open Port"

You must sign below indicating that you are aware of, fully understand and acknowledge PTNNT's Ballast Water & Berthing Management Policy and Procedures. Please carefully read the following:

1. Vessels shall avoid taking ballast water in shallow water, where there is a known outbreak of cholera, or toxic algae blooms are occurring, or where dredging is occurring.

2. Vessels must conduct a full exchange of ballast water in deep ocean waters or open seas during transit This should be either: (1) the pump out/pump in method - where tanks are drained until suction is lost, or (2), the flow through method - where 3 x ballast tank volumes of ocean water is pumped through the tanks. All vessels must keep a record of either ballasting operations in accordance with the instructions and attached Ballast Water & Berthing Management Arrival Report. The vessel Master will make this record available for review immediately upon arrival. Again, this policy is applicable to all vessels whether or not they intend or plan to discharge ballast water within PTNNT's Port Operations Area.

3. Vessels shall discharge excess ballast prior to entry into Benete Bay so that only the minimum quantity of clean ballast water is maintained to ensure the safety of the vessel and crew.

4. Vessel must provide access to safe on board ballast water / ballast sediment sampling point. PTNNT Environmental and the competent Indonesian Authorities under the coordination of the Port Administrator/harbormaster will jointly inspect and sample ballast prior to permitting discharge in Benete Bay.

5. PTNNT maintains a strict zero discharge requirement for all vessels entering the Port Operations Area within Benete Bay. Under no circumstances will ballast sediment, bilge water, sewage, trash or any other liquid or solid effluent be permitted to be discharged anywhere within the PTNNT's Port Operations Area. The only exceptions are approved ballast water discharges and the discharge of cooling water drawn directly from Benete Bay that passed once through a vessel cooling water system. Any non-approved discharges will be immediately reported by the vessel Master to Marine Operations on Channel 12 VHF.

6. Vessel shall only discharge the minimal quantity of ballast to ensure safe loading operations and discharge additional quantities for safe transit once clear of Benete Bay.

7. No vessel shall under any circumstance drop anchor anywhere within PTNNT's Port Operations Area. If an emergency exists that requires dropping anchor, PTNNT Marine Operations will be immediately notified of the condition. Permission will be granted provided the ship is located away from known coral reef areas within Benete Bay.

8. Non-compliance with the term of this policy will result in a US$10,000 fine being levied against the vessel Master and/or contracting shipment agency. Additionally, the responsible parties will be required to reimburse PTNNT for the full cost of clean-up and mitigation of any environmental degradation resulting from failure to comply with this policy.

PT.Newmont Nusa Tenggara, Acknowledged by Master of
Vessel :
Name :
Date :

Rudy Supriadi
Port Operations Manager Signature

PT. NEWMONT NUSA TENGGARA
LOGISTICS - EXIM - PORT OPERATIONS
Admin Port Building - Benete Sumbawa
Phone: (62-370) 635318, Fax: (633349) Ext.46541

General

All vessel must complete the Ballast Water & Berthing Management Arrival Report before entering the Benete Port Operations Area. This report will be reviewed by PTNNT's Environmental Technician Port Operations prior to the commencement of loading, unloading or the release of any ballast water within the Benete Port Operations Area. Following are the instructions for completing Ballast Water & Berthing Management Arrival Report.

1. Ballast Water Intentions - Do you intend to discharge any ballast water within Benete Port ?

If the answer to this question is YES, then comprehensive information on each ballast tank that will be discharged in Benete Port shall be provided in accordance with the request under Question 5, Ballast WaterHistory. If ballast water MUST be completed giving the reasons for not exchanging and/or not exchanging fully. If the answer to this question is No, you must still complete the entire form and you must advise Benete Port Marine Operations Personnel if at any time Technician Port Operations who will approve or disapprove the vessels request prior to any ballast water discharge. If all tanks intended for discharge are carrying water from fresh water environments, write "FRESH WATER ONLY".

2. Vessel Information - This section requires standard vessel information.

Name : Print the name of the vessel clearly.
Type: List specific vessel type, ie bulk, container, tanker passenger, oil/bulk ore, general cargo, reefer, etc.
Manager: Print the name of the vessel's Manager.
IMO/(Lloyd's)No : Fill in the vessel's unique identification number as used by the IMO
Gross Tonnage : Provide the gross tonnage of the vessel.
Agent: List the agent used for this voyage. If your vessel is visiting more than one Indonesian port and you propose using different agents in each port, please list all agents in order of first through last port visits.
Arrival Date: Fill in the arrival date for the first Indonesian port of call. Please use the format DD/MM/YY.
Arrival Port: Write in the name of the intended first Indonesian port of call
Next Port/s: Write in any other ports that the vessel intends to visit after leaving its first Indonesian port of call. Please list in sequential order of visit.

3. Ballast Water - This section requires information on ballast carried and ballast capacity.

Total Ballast on Board (cubic meters) : What is the total volume of ballast water on board upon arrival?
Total Ballast Capacity (cubic meters) : What is the maximum volume of ballast water that can be carried by this ship ?
Number of Ballast Tanks : List the number of ballast tanks on the vessel including any holds used for ballast.

4. Ballast Water Uptake - Last Three (3) Ports, Dates and Countries of Ballast Water Uptake

This section requires information on the last three port, countries and dates of ballast uptake before the vessel enters Benete Port. The ports and countries should be listed by name. The dates should be expressed in DD/MM/YY.

List Port as most recent port of ballast uptake at (I), the second most recent at (ii), and the third most recent at (iii).

Where there has been no uptake of ballast in a port or nearby coastal waters, state "MID-OCEAN UPTAKE ONLY" or "AT SEA" in each box.

5. Ballast Water History
This section MUST be completed regardless of intend or plan to discharge ballast water within the Benete Bay. This information will allow PTNNT to determine whether sufficient ballast water exchange has occurred and if a vessel will be allowed to discharge ballast water within the Port Operations Area.

Tank/Holds:

Please list all ballast Tank/Hold. For each tank complete the questions across the page as indicated below. List each tank on a separate line. Use the tank abbreviation listed at the bottom of Question 5 on Page 2 of the Form. If there is insufficient space to complete information for each port of discharge, Page 2 of the Form must be copied and completed in full for each tank.

BW Source:

Date/s of Uptake: DDMMYY: Write the date of ballast water uptake. Please use the format DD/MM/YY.
Last Port of Uptake: List the port where ballast water was taken up for the voyage. If ballast water was not taken up at port, please list the location of uptake using degrees and minutes.
Volume Taken up (cubic meter) : Record the volume of ballast water uptake.

BW Exchange :

THIS SECTION MUST BE COMPLETED, EVEN IF EXCHANGE HAS NOT BEEN COMPLETED. Tick method of exchange ie. Empty/refill AND/OR flow-through for three times flow through method. Where exchange has been carried out using both empty/refill and flow-through methods, specify which method has been used on each tank eg. FP & AP by empty/refill, and remainder by flow -through.

Date/s of Exchange: DDMMYY: Write in date of ballast water exchange, using the format DD/MM/YY. If exchanges occurred over multiple days, list the range of days over which excahnge occurred, using the format DD1…..
Where DD 1 is the starting date for exchange and DD2 is the finishing date of exchange.

Start Point Lat. Long : Report location where ballast water exchange began using degrees and minutes.

End Point Lat. Long : Report location where ballast water exchange ended using degrees and minutes.

Volume Exchanged (cubic meter) : Record the volume of ballast water exchanged.

% Exchange :

Use the formula : % Exchange =


List the volume of ballast water that, in the case of empty/refill, should be as close to 100% as possible. For flow through exchange, the volume flowed through the tanks should be three times the volume originally held in the tanks, i.e. this figure should be at least 300%.

BW Discharge :

Port/s of Discharge : Report locations using port name of ballast water discharge. Do not abbreviate port names.

Date/s of Discharge DDMMYY : Write in dates of ballast water discharge, using the format DD/MM/YY. If discharges occurred over multiple days, list the range of days over which discharge is occurred, using the format DD…. Where DD1 is the starting date for discharge and DD2 is the finishing date of discharge.

Volume Of Discharge (cubic meters) : Record the volume of ballast water intended for discharge in cubic meters. This should be as accurate an estimation as possible.

If best estimates or port of discharges change, an amended Ballast Water Management Arrival Report must be submitted to PTNNT. Mark "AMENDED".

6. Reason for Failure to Exchange

This section seeks an explanation for the failure to fully exchange ballast water in mid-ocean of any or all of the tanks intended for discharge within Benete Bay. For example, reason for failure to exchange may be that exchange was unsafe due to weather, or the structural capacity of the ship. If weather is proposed as a reason for failure to exchange, this may be verified by PTNNT using the mid-ocean coordinates traveled by the ship and weather reports. If structural safety is proposed, a PTNNT officer may ask to see the ship's ballast water management plan, ISM Plan, or other documentation to verify this.

If exchanges were not conducted in any of the tanks/holds listed above, please state reasons why not: List specific reasons why ballast water exchange was not performed. This applies to all tanks that will, or may, be discharge within the Benete Port Operations Area.

7. Ballast Water Management Plan & PTNNT Policy\

Is there a plan for ballast water management on board the vessel as defined under the the IMO Ballast Water Guidelines for the Control and Management of Ship's Ballast Water to Minimize the Transfer of Harmful Aquatic Organisms and Pathogens adopted by the IMO in November 1997, advises that vessels carry ballast water management plans on board. This is to ensure that ballasting processes are well documented and the structural capacity of the ship to exchange ballast in mild-ocean will be verified. The plan was developed by the International Chamber of Shipping and Intertako and a model is available from fax: + 44 171 417 8877, or email: ics@marisec.org.

Has the plan been fully implemented?
Have you read and fully understand PTNNT's Ballast Water & Berthing Management Policy?
Is your vessel compliant?

YOU MUST tick Yes or Not for each and all of these questions.

8.Officer's Declaration

Responsible officer's name and title (printed) and signature: Date the form DDMMYY.

Note: Masters or Delegated Officers who willfully make a false statement, or fail to comply with PTNNT's Ballast Water & Berthing Management Policy, may be liable to a significant fine. The Officer's Declaration will by signature indicate full acknowledgement of the requirements of PTNNT Policy and the ramifications ramifications thereof for failure to comply.

If you wish to submit the Form prior to arrival at the Port of Benete, you may fax the form to any the contact numbers below, Faxing the report may expedite the clearance process, however, signed original forms must be provided immediately upon arrival to Benete Bay.

**********SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR MASTER OF CONTAINER VESSELS********
The Ballast Water & Berthing Management Arrival Report must be completed as accurately as possible. If loading/unloading details are unavailable at time of completion of the Ballast Water & Berthing Management Arrival Report, and you are not certain that you will be discharging ballast water within Benete Bay:
u Submit the form with a tick in the 'No' box at Question 1
u When you cargo plan becomes available, and you find that you need to deballast during cargo operations, you must notify PTNNT Marine Operations who will in turn obtain approval from the Port Operations Environmental Technician. You may not deballast until notified that approval has been obtained.

PTNNT MARINE OPERATIONS BUSINESS HOURS FAX AFTER HOURS FAX



'' Guidelines for the control and Management of Ship's Ballast Water to Minimize the Transfer of Harmful Aquatic Organism and Pathogens', Res. A. 868 (20).

BA
BALLAST WATER & BERTHING MANAGEMENT
ARRIVAL REPORT (Page 1)

PLEASE ENSURE THAT ALL QUESTIONS ARE FULLY COMPLETED BY PROVIDING ALL RELEVANT INFORMATION
1. DO YOU INTEND DISCHARGING ANY BALLAST WATER IN BENETE BAY?
TICK THE BOX
BENETE, Sumbawa : 08o54’ S 116o45’ E

OVERVIEW : This port is located in Benete Bay which is an environmentally sensitive area. Cargoes handled are bulk and general cargo.

LOCATION : The port is located on the SW coast of Sumbawa Island on the SE end of the Selat Alas in the lesser Sunda Islands.

CHARTS : BA Chart No.3706. Indonesian Chart No. 293.

DOCUMENTS : The port officials other than the Pilot will board the vessel once secured alongside in the berth.
The following documents are required for clearance inwards :
Harbour Master :
1 Bounded Store list
1 Crew Effects Declaration
1 Crew List
Last Port Clearance
1 Narcotics List
Ship’s Certificates
1 Ship’s Particular List
1 Ship’s Store List.
Customs :
Arrival Manifest
1 Bonded Store List
1 Crew Effects Declaration
1 Crew List
Last Port Clearance
1 Narcotic List
1 Nil List
1 Ship’s Store List
Immigration :
7 Crew Lists
Passports.
Quarantine :
Green Book
Health Book
Maritime Declaration of Health
Vaccination List.
Environment Department :
Ballast water logbook and Oil Record Log Book
Official Acknowledgement Form ( Attachments A and B )
Vessel’s Ballast Water Management Plan.

APPROACHES : The approach channel is 1.5 nautical miles long 0.6 nautical miles wide has depth 23.0 m. with bottom sand and rock. The basin measures 1.0 nautical miles by 0.6 nautical miles and has depth 20.0 m

PILOTAGE : Not compulsory. There are no Government Pilots based at the port, but PT NNT will provide a Berthing Master who is qualified Pilot. Vessel should request the pilot at least 4 hours prior to requirement.
The pilot boards in position Lat.8 o 53’06”S, Long 116 o 42’30”E, bearing 090 o (T) x 2.0 nautical miles from the entrance to the bay.
If the berth is unoccupied and vessel arrives in working hours, vessel will berth on arrival. Vessel arriving to berth at the bulk berth during break times or if the berth is occupied are advised to drift in the Selat Alas until the Pilot boards or proceed to the anchorage and await instructions.
Pilot ladder 2 – 3 m. above the water on the lee side, confirming to International requirements.

ANCHORAGES: Vessels anchor in Teluk Taliwang ( Taliwang Bay ) position Lat.8 o 48’25” S, Long 116 o 47’25”E, 6 nautical miles north of Benete.

RESTRICTIONS : All vessels calling at Benete Bay are prohibited from dropping anchor inside the bay due to the proximity of live coral reefs.
Water Cooling System : The only water cooling water to be discharged in the bay is water taken on board while in the bay.

MAX.SIZE : Bulk : Draft 14.0 m, ideal LOA 150 – 180, max. Width 30 m and air draft 15.0 m. DWT 40.000,00 MT
General Cargo : Draft 12.0 m, LOA 171.75 m, effective alongside 94.1 m, Size of wharf 94.1 m x 20 m, effective working area 40 m x 20 m.
Jamuna Floating Barge : Draft 10 m, LOA 79.3 m Width :

HEALTH : Free pratique will be granted by the quarantine officer once vessel is secured in the berth.

RADIO : Pre-Arrival Information : Shipper : The shipper will require the following information several days prior to the vessel’s arrival in the port :
Last cargo
Arrival displacement and departure displacement
Whether any other cargoes on arrival
Pre-stowage plan and loading sequence
Daily update on ETA at Benete
Attachment A and B Ballast Water Form, completed by the Chief Officer and signed by the ship’s Master.
The vessel’s holds to be loaded shall be clean, dry odourless and have no holes in any bulkheads.
PT NNT : PT NNT will require the following information prior arrival :
Name of vessel
Type of vessel ( bulk ore etc )
Vessel’s Manager
IMO No. ( Lloyds )
G.r.t.
Local ship’s Agent’s details
Arrival date ( first Indonesian port of call )
Arrival port ( first Indonesian port of call )
Next port ( port after first Indonesian port of call prior to calling at Benete ).

Ballast Water Form ( not reproduced ) : Further to this, PT NNT will require detailed information on the ballast water on board. Contact ship’s agent for further details.

VHF : Vessels should forward their ETA to the Port Authority at least 3 hours prior to arrival at the pilot station. Benete Coast Radio Station listens on Channel 16 and works on Channel 12.
Working hours : 23.00 – 0300 and 0600 – 0900 GMT, 0700 – 1100 and 1400-1700 local time.
TUGS : Two tugs ( “Jaya Coral” and “Jaya Samson “ ) available. The two tugs will be used for vessels berthing at the bulk berth.
Mooring boats : One mooring boat ( “Tenggara 2” ) available.
BERTHING :
Jetty Length Width Depth
(m.) ( m.) ( m )
Cargo 94.1 20.0 12.0
Jamuna 79.3 24.3 9.0
Concentrate 240.56 - 14.0

CARGO HANDLING FACILITIES : The cargo jetty has flatform area measuring 94.1m x 20 m. and depth 12.0 m with a causeway length 171.75 m
Cargo handling Equipment : The port has four top lifters/reach stackers,three forklifts and seven trailers.
CRANES : 2 shore crane 160 tons GROOVE, 1 shore crane 65 tons, 1 shore crane 28 tons.
BULK CARGO FACILITIES : The concentrates jetty is located I position Lat08 o 53’39.9”, Long 116 o 44’34.8” E, has length 240.56m ( including dolphins), depth 14.0m., draft 14.0m. ( tidal allowance ) with max. air draft15.0m. The jetty has five berthing dolphins and two mooring dolphins one at each end approximately 40 m. from the jetty end and set back approximately 40o from the plain of the berthing face. Vessels berth either side alongside.
Loading Equipment: One bulk conveyor with outreach 40.0m. from centre point of loader, rated at 1,200 tonnes/hr. but loading rate for concentrate is 900 – 1,000 tonnes/hr., handles copper concentrate ore piped from the Batu Hijau Mine 17.6 km. inland.
Vessels are required to shift for loading different holds.
Storage : At the port, the concentrate is dewatered and store in a large covered building with a working capacity of 80,000 tons.
Shore personnel : Two boarding agents and one Port captain shall stay on board for the duration of loading.
STEVEDORES : Stevedores are arranged by the shipper and trimming is arranged by the ship’s Agent.
Working hours : 0700-1700, lunch break 1200 – 1300 and 1900 – 0500 midnight break 0000 – 0100, including weekends and holidays.
BALLAST : Vessels wishing to discharge ballast water in the bay shall change their ballast water mid-ocean en-route from the last port of call. Failure to do this, will result in the vessel being sent back to sea to deballast prior to resuming loading.
The Environment Surveyor will check the engine room, take ballast water samples, check salinity of ballast water sample and check on deck after the vessel has docked. Strict rules are in place regarding ballast water. Contact ship’s agent.
POLLUTION : Benete Bay an environmrntally sensitive area and PT NNT adopts a zero tolerance approach to the discharge of any fluids from the vessel that has not been passed as sitable to discharge. Contact ship’s agent.
DENSITY : 1023.5
FRESH WATER : Not available
FUEL : Not available
REPAIRS : Not available
TIME : GMT + 8 hours.
WEATHER : Tidal Range : All tides are referenced to ISLW. Tidal range is 3.1 m. at HHWS and 0.03m. at LLWS.
Current : The surface current ranges from 0.1 – 0.73 m./sec. flowing NW or SE along the Selat Alas.
Wind : Average wind speed is 1.8 m./sec. with max. wid speed 10m./sec. in September.
GENERAL : Gangway : Vessels berth gangway is used and starboard side alongside ship’s gangway is used.
Supplies : Not Available
BENETE, Sumbawa : 08o54’ S 116o45’ E

OVERVIEW : This port is located in Benete Bay which is an environmentally sensitive area. Cargoes handled are bulk and general cargo.

LOCATION : The port is located on the SW coast of Sumbawa Island on the SE end of the Selat Alas in the lesser Sunda Islands.

CHARTS : BA Chart No.3706. Indonesian Chart No. 293.

DOCUMENTS : The port officials other than the Pilot will board the vessel once secured alongside in the berth.
The following documents are required for clearance inwards :
Harbour Master :
1 Bounded Store list
1 Crew Effects Declaration
1 Crew List
Last Port Clearance
1 Narcotics List
Ship’s Certificates
1 Ship’s Particular List
1 Ship’s Store List.
Customs :
Arrival Manifest
1 Bonded Store List
1 Crew Effects Declaration
1 Crew List
Last Port Clearance
1 Narcotic List
1 Nil List
1 Ship’s Store List
Immigration :
7 Crew Lists
Passports.
Quarantine :
Green Book
Health Book
Maritime Declaration of Health
Vaccination List.
Environment Department :
Ballast water logbook and Oil Record Log Book
Official Acknowledgement Form ( Attachments A and B )
Vessel’s Ballast Water Management Plan.

APPROACHES : The approach channel is 1.5 nautical miles long 0.6 nautical miles wide has depth 23.0 m. with bottom sand and rock. The basin measures 1.0 nautical miles by 0.6 nautical miles and has depth 20.0 m

PILOTAGE : Not compulsory. There are no Government Pilots based at the port, but PT NNT will provide a Berthing Master who is qualified Pilot. Vessel should request the pilot at least 4 hours prior to requirement.
The pilot boards in position Lat.8 o 53’06”S, Long 116 o 42’30”E, bearing 090 o (T) x 2.0 nautical miles from the entrance to the bay.
If the berth is unoccupied and vessel arrives in working hours, vessel will berth on arrival. Vessel arriving to berth at the bulk berth during break times or if the berth is occupied are advised to drift in the Selat Alas until the Pilot boards or proceed to the anchorage and await instructions.
Pilot ladder 2 – 3 m. above the water on the lee side, confirming to International requirements.

ANCHORAGES: Vessels anchor in Teluk Taliwang ( Taliwang Bay ) position Lat.8 o 48’25” S, Long 116 o 47’25”E, 6 nautical miles north of Benete.

RESTRICTIONS : All vessels calling at Benete Bay are prohibited from dropping anchor inside the bay due to the proximity of live coral reefs.
Water Cooling System : The only water cooling water to be discharged in the bay is water taken on board while in the bay.

MAX.SIZE : Bulk : Draft 14.0 m, ideal LOA 150 – 180, max. Width 30 m and air draft 15.0 m. DWT 40.000,00 MT
General Cargo : Draft 12.0 m, LOA 171.75 m, effective alongside 94.1 m, Size of wharf 94.1 m x 20 m, effective working area 40 m x 20 m.
Jamuna Floating Barge : Draft 10 m, LOA 79.3 m Width :

HEALTH : Free pratique will be granted by the quarantine officer once vessel is secured in the berth.

RADIO : Pre-Arrival Information : Shipper : The shipper will require the following information several days prior to the vessel’s arrival in the port :
Last cargo
Arrival displacement and departure displacement
Whether any other cargoes on arrival
Pre-stowage plan and loading sequence
Daily update on ETA at Benete
Attachment A and B Ballast Water Form, completed by the Chief Officer and signed by the ship’s Master.
The vessel’s holds to be loaded shall be clean, dry odourless and have no holes in any bulkheads.
PT NNT : PT NNT will require the following information prior arrival :
Name of vessel
Type of vessel ( bulk ore etc )
Vessel’s Manager
IMO No. ( Lloyds )
G.r.t.
Local ship’s Agent’s details
Arrival date ( first Indonesian port of call )
Arrival port ( first Indonesian port of call )
Next port ( port after first Indonesian port of call prior to calling at Benete ).

Ballast Water Form ( not reproduced ) : Further to this, PT NNT will require detailed information on the ballast water on board. Contact ship’s agent for further details.

VHF : Vessels should forward their ETA to the Port Authority at least 3 hours prior to arrival at the pilot station. Benete Coast Radio Station listens on Channel 16 and works on Channel 12.
Working hours : 23.00 – 0300 and 0600 – 0900 GMT, 0700 – 1100 and 1400-1700 local time.
TUGS : Two tugs ( “Jaya Coral” and “Jaya Samson “ ) available. The two tugs will be used for vessels berthing at the bulk berth.
Mooring boats : One mooring boat ( “Tenggara 2” ) available.
BERTHING :
Jetty Length Width Depth
(m.) ( m.) ( m )
Cargo 94.1 20.0 12.0
Jamuna 79.3 24.3 9.0
Concentrate 240.56 - 14.0

CARGO HANDLING FACILITIES : The cargo jetty has flatform area measuring 94.1m x 20 m. and depth 12.0 m with a causeway length 171.75 m
Cargo handling Equipment : The port has four top lifters/reach stackers,three forklifts and seven trailers.
CRANES : 2 shore crane 160 tons GROOVE, 1 shore crane 65 tons, 1 shore crane 28 tons.
BULK CARGO FACILITIES : The concentrates jetty is located I position Lat08 o 53’39.9”, Long 116 o 44’34.8” E, has length 240.56m ( including dolphins), depth 14.0m., draft 14.0m. ( tidal allowance ) with max. air draft15.0m. The jetty has five berthing dolphins and two mooring dolphins one at each end approximately 40 m. from the jetty end and set back approximately 40o from the plain of the berthing face. Vessels berth either side alongside.
Loading Equipment: One bulk conveyor with outreach 40.0m. from centre point of loader, rated at 1,200 tonnes/hr. but loading rate for concentrate is 900 – 1,000 tonnes/hr., handles copper concentrate ore piped from the Batu Hijau Mine 17.6 km. inland.
Vessels are required to shift for loading different holds.
Storage : At the port, the concentrate is dewatered and store in a large covered building with a working capacity of 80,000 tons.
Shore personnel : Two boarding agents and one Port captain shall stay on board for the duration of loading.
STEVEDORES : Stevedores are arranged by the shipper and trimming is arranged by the ship’s Agent.
Working hours : 0700-1700, lunch break 1200 – 1300 and 1900 – 0500 midnight break 0000 – 0100, including weekends and holidays.
BALLAST : Vessels wishing to discharge ballast water in the bay shall change their ballast water mid-ocean en-route from the last port of call. Failure to do this, will result in the vessel being sent back to sea to deballast prior to resuming loading.
The Environment Surveyor will check the engine room, take ballast water samples, check salinity of ballast water sample and check on deck after the vessel has docked. Strict rules are in place regarding ballast water. Contact ship’s agent.
POLLUTION : Benete Bay an environmrntally sensitive area and PT NNT adopts a zero tolerance approach to the discharge of any fluids from the vessel that has not been passed as sitable to discharge. Contact ship’s agent.
DENSITY : 1023.5
FRESH WATER : Not available
FUEL : Not available
REPAIRS : Not available
TIME : GMT + 8 hours.
WEATHER : Tidal Range : All tides are referenced to ISLW. Tidal range is 3.1 m. at HHWS and 0.03m. at LLWS.
Current : The surface current ranges from 0.1 – 0.73 m./sec. flowing NW or SE along the Selat Alas.
Wind : Average wind speed is 1.8 m./sec. with max. wid speed 10m./sec. in September.
GENERAL : Gangway : Vessels berth gangway is used and starboard side alongside ship’s gangway is used.
Supplies : Not Available





I. PENDAHULUAN

PT Newmont Nusa Tenggara (PTNNT) merupakan perusahaan penanaman modal asing yang bergerak di bidang pertambangan umum untuk menghasilkan konsentrat tembaga, emas dan perak yang terletak di bagian barat daya dari Pulau Sumbawa, Propinsi Nusa Tenggara Barat. PTNNT dimiliki oleh Newmont Mining Company, dari Amerika Serikat, Sumitomo Corporation, Jepang, dan PT Pukuafu Indah, Jakarta. Disamping fasilitas kegiatan penambangan dan pengolahan yang ada, Perusahaan juga memiliki beberapa fasilitas penunjang utama lainnya, seperti pemukiman di Township, pembangkit listrik berdaya 160 MW dan Pelabuhan Khusus Benete.


II. PELSUS BENETE

Pelabuhan Khusus Benete PT Newmont Nusa Tenggara terletak di Teluk Benete, Desa Goa, Kecamatan Jereweh, Kabupaten Sumbawa di Propinsi Nusa Tenggara Barat. Pelabuhan ini memiliki kolam perairan yang tenang dan cukup terlindungi untuk olah gerak kapal. Pelabuhan ini beroperasi selama 24 jam penuh dengan estimasi sandar kapal berkapasitas 30.000 sampai dengan 40.000 ton diperkirakan memakan waktu 10 – 12 jam. Untuk mendapatkan gambaran kegiatan pelsus Benete, selama bulan Mei lalu lintas kapal mencapai 22 buah kapal, dengan jumlah bongkar mencapai 61.638,56 ton dan jumlah muat mencapai 87.509,62 ton.

Ijin-ijin yang telah dimiliki dalam rangka pengoperasion Pelsus Benete sebagai berikut:

1. IJIN KONSTRUKSI: Keputusan Menteri Perhubungan No. SK.7/AL.003/PHB-98 tanggal 16 Januari 1998.
2. IJIN OPERASI: Keputusan Menteri Perhubungan No. SK.65/AL.003/Phb-99 tertanggal 22 September 1999.
3. Kepetusan Direktur Jenderal Perhubungan Laut No. BXXV-1823/pp.72 tertanggal 14 September 1999 Tentang Penetapan batas-batas wilayah perairan pelabuhan khusus Benete
4. IJIN BONGKAR MUAT SENDIRI: Keputusan Direktur Jenderal Perhubungan Laut No. AL58/2/1.00 tertanggal 2 Oktober 2000.
5. Keputusan Kepala KanWil Departemen Perhubungan Propinsi Nusa Tenggara Barat No. HK107/3/01/PHB-99 tertanggal 14 September 1999 Tentang Penetapan Lokasi Satker Pelabuhan Khusus PT Newmont Nusa Tenggara di Benete.
6. KepMen Perhubungan No. KP.268 Tahun 2000 tertanggal 26 Juni 2000, Tentang Penetapan Pelabuhan Khusus Benete sebagai pelabuhan yang terbuka bagi perdagangan luar negeri.
7. IJIN SROP: Surat Direktorat Jenderal Pos dan Telekomunikasi No. 100/T/D/IF/2001 tertanggal 26 Pebruari 2001 tentang Ijin Stasiun Radio Pantai Benete, Radio/PKD99.


III. FASILITAS

1. Cakupan pekerjaan secara keseluruhan bagi fasilitas pelabuhan di Pantai Benete ini meliputi hal-hal utama berikut ini:
· Sebuah dermaga konsentrat digunakan untuk memuat konsentrat tembaga dan emas.
· Sebuah dermaga batu bara digunakan untuk membongkar batu bara, bahan baku dan BBM.
· Sebuah dermaga kargo umum digunakan untuk membongkar barang suplai selama masa operasional.
2. Fasilitas Keselamatan Pelayaran:
· Stasiun Radio Pantai (SROP), Nama SROP: Benete Radio / PKD 99, ID MMSI Number: 005250088.
· Dua buah kapal tunda dengan kapasitas rata-rata 3.000 PK
· Enam belas (16) unit SBNP: 3 unit rambu putih, 3 unit pelampung suar merah, 3 unit suar kuning, 3 unit anak pelampung (warna buoy) dan 1 unit anak pelampung (spar buoy).
3. Fasilitas Penunjang
· Fasilitas Pemadam Kebakaran (PMK): 630 unit had free, 3 unit fire truck, 231 titik fire hydran dengan tekanan air 135 psi
· Fasilitas bunker, kapasitas 14.000.000 liter air dengan debit 50 m3/jam
· Pencegahan pencemaran dengan spill oil boom.
4. Fasilitas kantor pemerintah meliputi kantor terpadu CIQ dan Syahbandar


A. DERMAGA KONSENTRAT

Tipe : dolphin
Platform : 13,05 x 11,91 m
Trestle : 22 x 5,3 m
Breasting dolphin : 5 unit
Mooring dolphin : 2 unit
Cat Walk : 236 m
Causeway : 3.066,17 m2, Panjang = 125,77 m
Bolder baja : 7 unit (sistem elektrik)
Fender Karet : 5 unit
Kedalaman : -14 m LWS
Posisi Koordinat : 0853’40,7” LS / 11645’35,39” BT
Peralatan muat : conveyor sistem
Peruntukan kapal : 40.000 DWT


B. DERMAGA BATU BARA

Tipe : floating berth
Ukuran : 79,3 x 24,3 x 4,87 m
Trestle : 11,40 x 10,1 m dan 11,40 x 5 m
Causeway : 5.401,56 m2, Panjang = 138,24 m
Bolder baja : 6 unit
Fender Karet : 14 unit
Kedalaman : -10 m LWS
Posisi Koordinat : 0853’49,98” LS / 11644’39,56” BT
Peruntukan kapal : 12.000 DWT


C. DERMAGA KARGO UMUM

Tipe : dolphin
Platform : 94,1 x 20 m
Trestle : 2 (35,33 x 14 ) m2
Breasting dolphin : 2 unit
Mooring dolphin : 1 unit
Causeway : 6.931,30 m2, Panjang = 171,75 m
Bolder baja : 11 unit
Fender Karet : 16 unit
Kedalaman : -12 m LWS
Posisi Koordinat : 0853’51,85” LS / 11644’47,74” BT
Peruntukan kapal : 20.000 DWT