EXPERIENCE

Planning Of Maritime Facilities

INDOCEMENT
SITE ASSESSMENT FOR CEMENT TERMINAL
Central Java, Indonesia – 2013
TCL Maritime completed a site assessment study for a cement terminal. The study included reviewing the hydraulic and wave conditions, as well as the navigation aspects which might affect the proposed development.

INDOCEMENT
SITE SELECTION STUDY FOR CEMENT TERMINAL
Banyuwangi, East Java, Indonesia – 2012-2013
TCL Maritime completed a site selection study, identifying four potential sites for the proposed development. One of the four sites was selected.

INDOCEMENT
SITE SELECTION STUDY FOR CEMENT TERMINAL
Pontianak, West Kalimantan, Indonesia – 2011
TCL Maritime conducted a site selection study specifically focused on reviewing navigation issues along Sungai Kapuas where the proposed development is to be located.

SITE ASSESSMENT FOR WOODCHIP FACILITIES
Pulau Bawal, West Kalimantan, Indonesia – 2013
TCL Maritime conducted a site assessment study, reviewing the wave climate and navigation issues related to the proposed development.

SABAH PORTS
MASTERPLANNING
Sabah, Malaysia – 2012-2013
In 2012/13, our staff carried out a traffic study to determine an estimate of the increase in cargo that would be handled at the Ports of Kota Kinabalu, Sapangar Bay, Lahad Datu, Sandakan, Tawau, Kunak and Kudat in the East Malaysian State of Sabah. The traffic figures were used to estimate the timing that new infrastructure and equipment would be needed at each port in order to estimate the capital expenditure over the next 20 years. Layout drawings were prepared to show the phased development at all of the ports.

VOPAK/ DIALOG INDEPENDENT OIL TERMINAL – FEASIBILITY STUDY/ PRELIMINARY DESIGN
Pengerang, Johor, Malaysia – 2010
Our staff completed a technical feasibility study for a proposed development of seven deep water berths, and shoreline reclamation for an oil terminal. Our staff provided the supervision and project management of a marine soil investigation, bathymetric survey, seismic survey and co-ordinated the work by the hydrodynamic modelling and navigation specialists. The preliminary design of the reclaimed platform and the seven berths ranging from 60,000dwt to 350,000dwt, was used to determine the cost estimate for the construction of the off-shore marine works.

  • Teluk  Rubiah, Perak, Malaysia – Site selection study for a 30 MTPA iron one DR pellet plant and distribution jetties for VALE. After selecting the site, our staff carried out the preliminary design of the maritime structure for cost estimate purposes.
  • Lumut, Perak, Malaysia – Scoping study and interpretive report for a wave study to determine the expected downtime at a proposed iron ore jetty for Melewar Industrial Group.
  • Lumut, Perak, Malaysia – Logistic and navigation studies for a proposed iron ore jetty for Melewar Industrial Group.
  • Kuala Tanjung, North Sumatra, Indonesia – Technical due diligence for a palm oil jetty for an international investor.
  • Bali, Indonesia – Site selection study for a 30,000 DWT vessel berthing facility in Bali for Glenn Marine.
  • Sabah, Malaysia – Traffic forecast and estimation of capex over the concession period following the port privatisation plan of Sabah Ports.

 

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