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1 IESG Introduction and Activities

2 Oil Industry Environmental Safety Group Association (IESG) Jointly set up by most of Thai Petroleum Companies as Oil Industry Environmental Safety Group Association (IESG) since 1968 Voluntary group and Non-profit making organization Objective includes safety and environmental impact prevention and provision of mutual aid /assistance in case of emergency among IESG Members

3 History & Milestones (1) 1968Informal Oil Spill cleanup mutual aid agreement between two refineries in Sriracha (ESSO and Thaioil) 1970High Level Managements from Caltex, ESSO, Shell, Summit, Thaioil Company agreed to set up IESG (Oil Industry Environmental Safety Group) on March18, 1970 also with Thai Petroleum Transport and Mobil Company and organized working sub-company for Bangkok, Sriracha and South Thailand areas. 1978The Oil Fuel Organization joined the IESG as a member and on October 1,1979 the Oil Fuel Organization was re-organized under the Petroleum Authority of Thailand

4 History & Milestones (2) 1981The Defence Energy Department (DED) became an IESG Member in September 1981 1982Summit ceased to be a member of IESG when Summit agreed to sell all its interest in Thailand to Caltex in September 1982 1983The Thai Shell Exploration and Production Company joined IESG as a member in March 1983 1985Bangchak Petroleum Company joined IESG as a member in May 1985 1988BP Pretroleum Develop Limited, Thailand Branch has been accepted to join IESG as member on January 1988

5 History & Milestones (3) 1989The Thai Petroleum Transport Company combined its operation with Thaioil 1990OSR capability assessment by OSSC (Southampton) 1993 - Setting up central equipment stockpile in Sriracha - Participated in National Plan drafting with government 1995Setting up central equipment stockpile in Songkhla and 1 st National Plan OSR exercise with government 1996Tier 1 OSR capability assessment by EARL (Singapore) 19982 nd National Plan OSR exercise with government

6 History & Milestones (4) 20013 rd National Plan OSR exercise with government 2002Registered as an Association, with 8 members (ARC, BP, BCP, Caltex, ESSO, PTT, Shell, Thaioil) 20044 th National Plan OSR exercise with government (Krabi Province) 2005Total 14 oil companies join IESG (Chevron, Conoco, PT, PTTEP, TPI, UNOCAL) 2006 - OSR capability assessment by OSRL/EARL (Singapore) - OSR exercise with government (Suratthani Province) 20075 th National Plan OSR exercise with government (Koh Loi, Chonburi Province)

7 History & Milestones (5) 2008Total 15 oil companies join IESG (NuCoastal Thailand) 2009IESG have 16 oil companies due to ARC separate to PTTAR and SPRC 2010- Pearl Oil joins IESG, total 17 oil companies - 6 th National Plan OSR exercise with government (Samila Beach, South of Koh Nu, Songkhla Province) -Ceremony of IESG 40 th Anniversary -Join in RITAG (Regional Industry Technical Advisory Group) 2011- Salamander is one of our member - “NuCoastal (Thailand)” changed to “CEC International Limited” - “PTTAR” changed to “PTTGC”

8 History & Milestones (6) 2012- PTT Tank and Map Ta Phut Tank join IESG (Total 20 Companies) - “Pearl Oil” changed to “Mubadala Petroleum” 2013- 7 th National Plan OSR exercise with government (Rayong Province) - Hosted of the 4 th RITAG Meeting

9 IESG Stockpile Chonburi Rayong Bangkok Songkhla Main Stockpile Sub Stockpile

10 Our Members Year19 68 19 70 20 02 20 05 20 08 20 09 20 10 20 11 20 12 Mem ber 258141516171820

11 Executive Members (Govt.) The Director General - Marine Department The Director General - Department of Energy Business The Director General - Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation

12 Our Organization Main Committee (MC) Advisor Board of Trustees Oil Spill Response Technical Sriracha Area Sub Committee (SASC) Bangkok Area Sub Committee (BASC) Inland Transport Safety Sub Committee (ITS SC) Marine Safety Sub Committee (MSSC) Rayong Area Sub Committee (RASC) Offshore Area Sub Committee (OASC) South Thailand Sub Committee (STSC) Inland Emergency Response Administr ator Inland Emergency Response Sub Committee(IER SC) Transportati on Refinery Terminal Inland Emergency Response Sub Committee(IER SC) Transportati on Refinery Terminal

13 Marine Safety Activities Support the authority in adopting of new law / regulations MARPOL, CLC etc. Improve Marine Terminal Standard Terminal Baseline Criteria Ship Shore Interface Improve Tanker and Barge Standard SIRE Inspection, TMSA, Vetting system Educate/ Train / Promote the Safety and Environmental Best Practices Safety Awards Risk Assessment Incident investigation Vessel inspection Marine Safety Exhibition & Conference

14 Inland Transport Safety Activities Support the new law / regulations from the related authority Department of Land Transport Department of Energy Business Department of Disaster Prevention and Mitigation Pollution Control Department Educate/ Train / Promote the Safety and Environmental Best Practices Safety Awards New Technology (Sims GPS System) Increase Business Profit by Reduce Incident Workshop

15 Oil Spill Response Activities Training IMO Level I ISPS Code Incident Command System Exercise Oil Spill Tier II Thailand Oil Spill Tier III Exercise Knowledge Sharing Collaborate with government and organizations on oil spill response activities Others

16 TOREX 2013 : Field Exercise

17 Inland Emergency Response Activities Training & Exercise 3 times/ Year Knowledge Sharing Collaborate with government and organizations on oil spill response activities ER Handbook of State Rail way of Thailand (SRT) Others

18 IESG at Thailand National OSR Plan IESG is an Operation Unit in National Oil Spill Response Plan IESG Responsibilities Provide support in term of information for the verification of the oil spill Participate in the oil spill response with government agencies Assist in the coordination for oil spill equipment support from abroad and provide technical support

19 National OSR Organization Chart Committee on the Prevention and Combating of Oil Pollution Command Center Operation Unit Marine Dept. Royal Thai Navy Provincial authority IESG Coordination Center Support Unit Custom Dept. Immigration Dept. Pollution Control Dept.

20 IESG Achievement RASC Sensitive Area (on going with the other area)

21 IESG Achievement OSR Capability Assessment (every 5 years) CSR (Rotate to each area)

22 IESG Capability: From OSRL’s Recommendation Relocate IESG stockpile in Sriracha Move out from Esso refinery to Sattahip, Chonburi Status : In Process Establish IESG Core Team Permanent management/skilled staff Status : In Process Manager Administrator (existing) Supervisor (Mechanic) Operator 1Operator 2

23 IESG Oil industry preventive measures What Oil Industries have to prevent and response to oil spill

24 Drilling spill prevention Blow Out Preventor (BOP) will be installed when drilling to prevent well blow out HYDRIL BOP equipment which is industry standard and complied to API specification 16A BOP will be regularly tested and inspected, i.e. connection test every well, full BOP test every 3 weeks Standard well design will have 2 string of casing set to maintain wellbore integrity Sufficient barriers will be maintained to secure the well when drilling and producing Standard Operating Procedures are in place and followed to mitigate incident of well control All senior drilling personnel provided with high quality in house well control training and certification

25 Operations spill prevention Terminal regulation implemented. Tanker vetting system implemented. Berthing operation procedure and JSA developed and followed by all Mooring Masters. Mooring Master competency training program in place. Mooring Masters provided with professional training courses aboard. Berthing simulator every 2 years, Manned Model shiphandling every 5 years. Provide 2 Mooring Masters for the operations which longer than 18 hrs to allow sufficient resting time for the Mooring Masters. Company/National Oil Spill Response plan.

26 Equipment failure prevention Oil transfer hose and hawser maintenance and inspection policies implemented. Comprehensive planned maintenance program in place. Minimum spare part policy. Hose and hawser change out criteria. Oil Company International Marine Forum oil transfer hose specification.

27 Oil company provide Tier 1 OSR Equipment  Complete Lamor Neoprene Auto Boom LAN 1100 250 M. with 60T capacity skimmer  1 float 25 Tons and 2 float tank 12 tons capacity  2 sets of oil spill dispersant spray sets  1 set of oil spill dispersant spray set  2 tons oil spill dispersant

28 Boom p

29 Skimmer

30 Oil Spill trainings

31 OSR exercise

32 OSR Tier 1 response resources Company causing the spill

33 OSR Tier 2 response resources IESG and members Stock pile equipment Marine Department Stock pile equipment 2 Oil spill response vessels Royal Thai Navy Navy vessels Man power Air crafts

34 OSR Tier 3 response resource p

35 IESG Contact us Office: 555 PTT Phrakanong Building, 10 th Floor Ard-Narong Road, Khlong-Toey, Bangkok Thailand 10260 Tel: (66)2-239-7918, 55-6 Fax: (66)2-239-7917 Website: www.iesg.or.th


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