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TRELLEBORG MARINE AND INFRASTRUCTURE Global Energy Transfer Solutions Showcase A SMARTER APPROACH TO SAFE, EFFICIENT AND SUSTAINABLE ENERGY TRANSFER SOLUTIONS.

Contents Introduction Contents An Innovation-Driven Approach to LNG Demand A Change of Direction at Ship Terminals 4 Case studies Opening the Door to Worldwide Terminals 6 Japan Terminals Maintaining Business Continuity Under Global Constraints 8 Louisiana, Georgia and Texas, USA Service Across the Globe with Remote Installation Capabilities 10 Total E&P, ANgola Dynamic Positioning in Ship-to-Ship Transfer Operations 12 Ship-to-Ship Operation Securing a New Energy Hub in Africa 14 West Africa Using Flexibility to Deliver More Security 16 West Africa Assuring Compliance with Evolving Safety Standards 18 PESO Accreditation, India Ensuring Accurate, Continuous Performance Over Years 20 Explore our Solutions in AR The Middle East Use your mobile device’s camera to scan the QR Upgrading Links to Adapt to Increasing LNG Demands code and download the Marine and Infrastructure 22 AR App to explore our solutions in 3D. The Middle East Enhanced LNG Hose Transfer Systems 24 Ship-to-Ship, LNG For iOS For Android

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Contents Introduction Contents An Innovation-Driven Approach to LNG Demand A Change of Direction at Ship Terminals 4 Case studies Opening the Door to Worldwide Terminals 6 Japan Terminals Maintaining Business Continuity Under Global Constraints 8 Louisiana, Georgia and Texas, USA Service Across the Globe with Remote Installation Capabilities 10 Total E&P, ANgola Dynamic Positioning in Ship-to-Ship Transfer Operations 12 Ship-to-Ship Operation Securing a New Energy Hub in Africa 14 West Africa Using Flexibility to Deliver More Security 16 West Africa Assuring Compliance with Evolving Safety Standards 18 PESO Accreditation, India Ensuring Accurate, Continuous Performance Over Years 20 Explore our Solutions in AR The Middle East Use your mobile device’s camera to scan the QR Upgrading Links to Adapt to Increasing LNG Demands code and download the Marine and Infrastructure 22 AR App to explore our solutions in 3D. The Middle East Enhanced LNG Hose Transfer Systems 24 Ship-to-Ship, LNG For iOSFor Android

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5 An Innovation-Driven Approach to LNG Demand A Change of Direction at Ship Terminals Liquefied natural gas (LNG) fueling is becoming With more than 50 years of experience in Our collaborative approach allows us to an alternative choice for shipping lines seeking the LNG industry, Trelleborg Marine and consistently design the most efficient, to reduce their carbon footprint with immediate Infrastructure has played an integral role in sustainable, appropriate, and innovative impact. Today, CO emissions are around 20% shaping the sector and contributed to its solutions, many of which are currently in 2 lower, and NOx and SOx emissions are almost growth and development. We invest time in use across the globe today. So, whether it’s zero – bringing new market opportunities and understanding the evolution of LNG, and the floating hoses or a move toward pure liquid driving significant investments in onshore and requirements it places on the operability and hydrogen, we innovate accordingly, delivering offshore vessels. compatibility of LNG infrastructure, creating globally compatible, differentiated, and superior solutions to meet those specific challenges. solutions. The growth of LNG has led to more orders of LNG-fueled vessels and the bunker vessels First, with our Ship-Shore Link (SSL) The industry’s success in meeting set guidelines required to refuel them. To meet LNG demands, technology for large-scale applications. and standards can be seen in its outstanding smart solutions and infrastructure are required More recently with LNG fueling applications safety record. As recognized thought leaders, to enable efficient, safe, cost-effective, and that require less volume, and our GEN3 SSL/ we are proud to work hand in hand with industry timely LNG transfer operations. Universal Safety Link (USL) “Hybrid” system bodies, such as SIGTTO and SGMF, to develop that supports bunker vessels taking LNG and improve industry standards and guidelines. from large-scale terminals to refuel ships This helps ensure LNG transfer systems work with smaller packages. Our team continues effectively across the globe. to explore new technologies to find innovative solutions that meet the LNG industry’s growing needs.

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5 An Innovation-Driven Approach to LNG Demand A Change of Direction at Ship Terminals Liquefied natural gas (LNG) fueling is becoming With more than 50 years of experience in Our collaborative approach allows us to an alternative choice for shipping lines seeking the LNG industry, Trelleborg Marine and consistently design the most efficient, to reduce their carbon footprint with immediate Infrastructure has played an integral role in sustainable, appropriate, and innovative impact. Today, CO emissions are around 20%shaping the sector and contributed to its solutions, many of which are currently in 2 lower, and NOx and SOx emissions are almost growth and development. We invest time in use across the globe today. So, whether it’s zero – bringing new market opportunities and understanding the evolution of LNG, and the floating hoses or a move toward pure liquid driving significant investments in onshore and requirements it places on the operability and hydrogen, we innovate accordingly, delivering offshore vessels.compatibility of LNG infrastructure, creating globally compatible, differentiated, and superior solutions to meet those specific challenges. solutions. The growth of LNG has led to more orders of LNG-fueled vessels and the bunker vessels First, with our Ship-Shore Link (SSL) The industry’s success in meeting set guidelines required to refuel them. To meet LNG demands, technology for large-scale applications. and standards can be seen in its outstanding smart solutions and infrastructure are required More recently with LNG fueling applications safety record. As recognized thought leaders, to enable efficient, safe, cost-effective, and that require less volume, and our GEN3 SSL/we are proud to work hand in hand with industry timely LNG transfer operations.Universal Safety Link (USL) “Hybrid” system bodies, such as SIGTTO and SGMF, to develop that supports bunker vessels taking LNG and improve industry standards and guidelines. from large-scale terminals to refuel ships This helps ensure LNG transfer systems work with smaller packages. Our team continues effectively across the globe. to explore new technologies to find innovative solutions that meet the LNG industry’s growing needs.

Opening the Door to Worldwide Terminals Japan Terminals LNGC Operator For optimally safe berthing during LNG transfers, Challenge: A major LNGC operator Solution: With tight delivery and global industry guidelines recommend that LNG Carrier contracted the build of LNGCs at a large yard compatibility being major concerns, the vessel (LNGC) mooring arrangements are analyzed using non-Trelleborg SSL/MLM systems. owner contacted Trelleborg, who agreed to using a Mooring Load Monitoring (MLM) system. replace the SSL systems onboard the vessels. This information is displayed in the shore control During the commissioning phase of the room, though best practice also recommends ships, it became evident that the SSL/MLM Trelleborg completed the delivery, installation that this data is shown onboard the ship. The equipment supplied was not compatible and commissioning under extremely tight SSL is an ideal carrier of this information, as it with the MLM equipment used at most timescales to ensure that the LNGCs were connects ship-to-shore during LNG operations. LNG terminals, preventing these ships from fully operational once they arrived. SSLs were operating at these terminals and hindering installed at the next available port visits, avoiding Some terminals, particularly in Japan, require worldwide compatibility. customer delays and minimizing disruption by that MLM information be provided onboard commissioning the systems during vessel transit. ships. However, without compatible MLM The swap to Trelleborg’s SSL systems ensured systems installed on ships and shore, data that vessels would be able to trade freely by cannot be transmitted, thus preventing successfully displaying MLM data during the Trelleborg delivered a globally compatible compliance with regulations. berthing process. SSL system that ensured vessels could trade freely, while optimizing a safe and efficient berthing/LNG transfer operation through the provision of MLM data.

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Opening the Door to Worldwide Terminals Japan Terminals LNGC Operator For optimally safe berthing during LNG transfers, Challenge: A major LNGC operator Solution: With tight delivery and global industry guidelines recommend that LNG Carrier contracted the build of LNGCs at a large yard compatibility being major concerns, the vessel (LNGC) mooring arrangements are analyzed using non-Trelleborg SSL/MLM systems. owner contacted Trelleborg, who agreed to using a Mooring Load Monitoring (MLM) system. replace the SSL systems onboard the vessels. This information is displayed in the shore control During the commissioning phase of the room, though best practice also recommends ships, it became evident that the SSL/MLM Trelleborg completed the delivery, installation that this data is shown onboard the ship. The equipment supplied was not compatible and commissioning under extremely tight SSL is an ideal carrier of this information, as it with the MLM equipment used at most timescales to ensure that the LNGCs were connects ship-to-shore during LNG operations.LNG terminals, preventing these ships from fully operational once they arrived. SSLs were operating at these terminals and hindering installed at the next available port visits, avoiding Some terminals, particularly in Japan, require worldwide compatibility. customer delays and minimizing disruption by that MLM information be provided onboard commissioning the systems during vessel transit. ships. However, without compatible MLM The swap to Trelleborg’s SSL systems ensured systems installed on ships and shore, data that vessels would be able to trade freely by cannot be transmitted, thus preventing successfully displaying MLM data during the Trelleborg delivered a globally compatible compliance with regulations.berthing process.SSL system that ensured vessels could trade freely, while optimizing a safe and efficient berthing/LNG transfer operation through the provision of MLM data.

Maintaining Business Continuity Under Global Constraints Louisiana, Georgia and Texas, USA After-sales & Service LNG has seen an increase in demand as a more Challenge: With the LNG market growing Solution: As the world’s leading supplier of environmentally friendly alternative to reduce rapidly, vessels ordered and supplied before SSL systems, Trelleborg was capable of rising carbon emissions and help combat global and during the Covid-19 pandemic have needed to the challenge. Trelleborg reviewed engineer warming. In addition to being cleaner than coal to be commissioned and put into service. travel plans with increased use of longer-term and oil, LNG allows energy supplies to Meanwhile, other global political instabilities secondments to key locations, reducing the be diversified. have caused concern over the flexibility of LNG impact of quarantine and allowing for work to supply routes. continue despite restrictions. LNGCs are central to supply channels and their ongoing continuous availability for worldwide It is crucial that vessels are not delayed Our team of engineers strategically located operations is critical to the supply chain. in becoming operational because of these in key locations across the world allows us to However, political instabilities and the demand challenges. As a result of recent events, provide excellent service to our customers even Trelleborg strategically for gas independence have caused a severe customer requirements for site commissioning in the face of ever-changing restrictions. located engineers in key sites impact on both the ability to travel worldwide and service have also become more urgent and the transporting of LNG. with shorter time scales placing more demand worldwide to provide on-hand on LNG operators. support and solutions, helping customers to continue vital LNG transfer operations, despite the restrictions of the global pandemic.

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Maintaining Business Continuity Under Global Constraints Louisiana, Georgia and Texas, USA After-sales & Service LNG has seen an increase in demand as a more Challenge: With the LNG market growing Solution: As the world’s leading supplier of environmentally friendly alternative to reduce rapidly, vessels ordered and supplied before SSL systems, Trelleborg was capable of rising carbon emissions and help combat global and during the Covid-19 pandemic have needed to the challenge. Trelleborg reviewed engineer warming. In addition to being cleaner than coal to be commissioned and put into service. travel plans with increased use of longer-term and oil, LNG allows energy supplies to Meanwhile, other global political instabilities secondments to key locations, reducing the be diversified.have caused concern over the flexibility of LNG impact of quarantine and allowing for work to supply routes. continue despite restrictions. LNGCs are central to supply channels and their ongoing continuous availability for worldwide It is crucial that vessels are not delayed Our team of engineers strategically located operations is critical to the supply chain. in becoming operational because of these in key locations across the world allows us to However, political instabilities and the demand challenges. As a result of recent events, provide excellent service to our customers even Trelleborg strategically for gas independence have caused a severe customer requirements for site commissioning in the face of ever-changing restrictions.located engineers in key sites impact on both the ability to travel worldwide and service have also become more urgent and the transporting of LNG.with shorter time scales placing more demand worldwide to provide on-hand on LNG operators. support and solutions, helping customers to continue vital LNG transfer operations, despite the restrictions of the global pandemic.

Service Across the Globe with Remote Installation Capabilities Total E&P, Angola Navigation and Piloting, FPSO The offshore facilities of Total E&P are often Challenge: As part of its plans to upgrade its Solution: The successful installation of located in remote locations, making it difficult systems and create more remote operations Trelleborg’s SafePilot Offshore solution resulted in a to access them. Yet, work was underway to for its offshore assets, Total E&P required a new standardization of equipment onboard multiple upgrade the navigation and piloting systems strategic partner capable of supporting the FPSOs in the Angola area. As a sophisticated and buoy monitoring systems for one of Total installation, data integration, software uploading, navigation and piloting system designed specifically E&P’s operated floating production storage and and commissioning of the equipment. With for the oil and gas market, SafePilot Offshore offloading units (FPSO) in Angola. the COVID-19 pandemic restricting travel and delivers superior situational awareness and visibility making it unsafe, providing remote assistance with a highly intuitive, easy-to-use touchscreen became essential. technology providing pilots with greater control, safety, and accuracy during port approaches and maneuvers. And it optimizes the window of opportunity in this critical environment. Trelleborg’s remote installation capability eliminates By adopting Trelleborg’s remote the need for field visits. Having successfully support and digital technology, installed the remote system in Angola, Trelleborg Total E&P was able to save on has since been awarded contracts for upgrading operational costs and lower other Total E&P assets, thus strengthening the relationship and proving credibility. health and safety risk due to reduced offshore personnel.

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Service Across the Globe with Remote Installation Capabilities Total E&P, Angola Navigation and Piloting, FPSO The offshore facilities of Total E&P are often Challenge: As part of its plans to upgrade its Solution: The successful installation of located in remote locations, making it difficult systems and create more remote operations Trelleborg’s SafePilot Offshore solution resulted in a to access them. Yet, work was underway to for its offshore assets, Total E&P required a new standardization of equipment onboard multiple upgrade the navigation and piloting systems strategic partner capable of supporting the FPSOs in the Angola area. As a sophisticated and buoy monitoring systems for one of Total installation, data integration, software uploading, navigation and piloting system designed specifically E&P’s operated floating production storage and and commissioning of the equipment. With for the oil and gas market, SafePilot Offshore offloading units (FPSO) in Angola. the COVID-19 pandemic restricting travel and delivers superior situational awareness and visibility making it unsafe, providing remote assistance with a highly intuitive, easy-to-use touchscreen became essential.technology providing pilots with greater control, safety, and accuracy during port approaches and maneuvers. And it optimizes the window of opportunity in this critical environment. Trelleborg’s remote installation capability eliminates By adopting Trelleborg’s remote the need for field visits. Having successfully support and digital technology, installed the remote system in Angola, Trelleborg Total E&P was able to save on has since been awarded contracts for upgrading operational costs and lower other Total E&P assets, thus strengthening the relationship and proving credibility. health and safety risk due to reduced offshore personnel.

Dynamic Positioning in Ship-to-Ship Transfer Operations Ship-to-Ship Operation Navigation and Piloting Ship-to-ship transfer operations can be Challenge: A brainstorming session with a Solution: Using Trelleborg’s SafePilot CAT challenging, whether they are performed major STS operator highlighted the challenge MAX onboard and offshore positioning unit, offshore or nearshore. Assuring timely and safe of measuring manifold alignment in real-time our SafePilot Offshore solution can accurately operations requires precision alignment of both for safe maneuvers. Offloading and receiving position a ship on the first attempt. Built-in ships’ manifolds in a single attempt, without ships do not have the same equipment, and UHF two-way telemetry connects the systems using tugs to pull off and realign. the equipment does not communicate digitally on the two ships, providing the operations on with each other. Positioning the two vessels both with a birds-eye view of the operation. The ships’ built-in positioning systems are for dynamically during the operation requires open water long-haul navigation and cannot that both vessels have well-coordinated Now in use all over the world, the solution’s provide the adequate overview and precision situational awareness. iPad display shows the distance to go for needed to accurately perform STS maneuvers. manifold alignment, closing distances, and However, as offshore LNG fueling becomes more the speed for the two vessels. And, with prevalent, safe STS maneuverability is key. the display updating every second, STS operators can achieve real-time precision To overcome STS operators’ to within 1cm accuracy. significant challenges in safely aligning connections between two vessels, Trelleborg introduced Scan the QR code using your mobile the CAT MAX unit to its SafePilot device’s camera to watch our Offshore Video. Offshore solution.

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Dynamic Positioning in Ship-to-Ship Transfer Operations Ship-to-Ship Operation Navigation and Piloting Ship-to-ship transfer operations can be Challenge: A brainstorming session with a Solution: Using Trelleborg’s SafePilot CAT challenging, whether they are performed major STS operator highlighted the challenge MAX onboard and offshore positioning unit, offshore or nearshore. Assuring timely and safe of measuring manifold alignment in real-time our SafePilot Offshore solution can accurately operations requires precision alignment of both for safe maneuvers. Offloading and receiving position a ship on the first attempt. Built-in ships’ manifolds in a single attempt, without ships do not have the same equipment, and UHF two-way telemetry connects the systems using tugs to pull off and realign.the equipment does not communicate digitally on the two ships, providing the operations on with each other. Positioning the two vessels both with a birds-eye view of the operation. The ships’ built-in positioning systems are for dynamically during the operation requires open water long-haul navigation and cannot that both vessels have well-coordinated Now in use all over the world, the solution’s provide the adequate overview and precision situational awareness.iPad display shows the distance to go for needed to accurately perform STS maneuvers. manifold alignment, closing distances, and However, as offshore LNG fueling becomes more the speed for the two vessels. And, with prevalent, safe STS maneuverability is key.the display updating every second, STS operators can achieve real-time precision To overcome STS operators’ to within 1cm accuracy. significant challenges in safely aligning connections between two vessels, Trelleborg introduced Scan the QR code using your mobile the CAT MAX unit to its SafePilot device’s camera to watch our Offshore Video. Offshore solution.

Securing a New Energy Hub in Africa West Africa Chain Stopper Operations The permanently moored floating liquefied Challenge: The project’s FLNG vessel’s Solution: Early engagement in the project’s natural gas (FLNG) storage facility in West Africa mooring devices needed to be able to operate design phase enabled Trelleborg to provide experiences similar long-period, infra-gravity in up to 10,000yr return period design wind solutions to the FLNG mooring application waves within the harbor, as act upon the LNGC conditions. This meant keeping the mooring challenges. A bespoke adjustable Chain vessels. However, being moored continually in lines in tension would require adjusting the Stopper device was developed to provide the same location, the FLNG vessel must be chain portions of the mooring lines link-by-link adjustment to chain tension by as little more durable. and then locking them in place while monitoring as 200mm using multiple jaws and a the mooring loads. This process would need to safe working load of 250T together with As a crucial element to the project’s success, be repeated as required. load monitoring. Additional features were the FLNG vessel must be moored as rigidly as developed for units specific to the project possible to enable production operations to to assist in hazardous areas operation continue. This would typically involve anchor compliance, extra dynamic adjustment chain systems – however, that does not enable range, and system redundancy. adjustment to allow for vessel sway, surge motions and tidal or loading draft changes. The FLNG vessel benefited from a reduction Scan the QR code Unplanned vessel excursions caused by in mooring line loads and vessel movement, Providing solutions that can operate in up to 10,000yr using the Marine and line breakages can cause major safety an improvement in mooring line safety return period design wind conditions, Trelleborg is Infrastructure AR App hazards for personnel and disrupt product zones, and sustainable and continuous to explore Chain Stopper transfer operations. product transfers. securing the terminal’s FLNG vessel with the flexibility in more detail. harsh environments require.

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Securing a New Energy Hub in Africa West Africa Chain Stopper Operations The permanently moored floating liquefied Challenge: The project’s FLNG vessel’s Solution: Early engagement in the project’s natural gas (FLNG) storage facility in West Africa mooring devices needed to be able to operate design phase enabled Trelleborg to provide experiences similar long-period, infra-gravity in up to 10,000yr return period design wind solutions to the FLNG mooring application waves within the harbor, as act upon the LNGC conditions. This meant keeping the mooring challenges. A bespoke adjustable Chain vessels. However, being moored continually in lines in tension would require adjusting the Stopper device was developed to provide the same location, the FLNG vessel must be chain portions of the mooring lines link-by-link adjustment to chain tension by as little more durable.and then locking them in place while monitoring as 200mm using multiple jaws and a the mooring loads. This process would need to safe working load of 250T together with As a crucial element to the project’s success, be repeated as required.load monitoring. Additional features were the FLNG vessel must be moored as rigidly as developed for units specific to the project possible to enable production operations to to assist in hazardous areas operation continue. This would typically involve anchor compliance, extra dynamic adjustment chain systems – however, that does not enable range, and system redundancy. adjustment to allow for vessel sway, surge motions and tidal or loading draft changes. The FLNG vessel benefited from a reduction Scan the QR code Unplanned vessel excursions caused by in mooring line loads and vessel movement, Providing solutions that can operate in up to 10,000yr using the Marine and line breakages can cause major safety an improvement in mooring line safety return period design wind conditions, Trelleborg is Infrastructure AR App hazards for personnel and disrupt product zones, and sustainable and continuous to explore Chain Stopper transfer operations.product transfers.securing the terminal’s FLNG vessel with the flexibility in more detail. harsh environments require.

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Using Flexibility to Deliver Security West Africa Docking & Mooring Bringing a new energy hub to Africa in the form Challenge: Vessels remaining stationary is Solution: As part of our jetty-based solution of an LNG terminal was a great achievement, paramount to allow for the continuous for dampening vessel motions, Trelleborg but it required the construction of an artificial transfer of LNG from the liquefaction vessel developed DynaMoor automated dynamic harbor on the West African coast. Being an through the terminal jetty and onto the LNG mooring devices that resist natural frequency offshore facility, long-period infra-gravity waves ocean-going carrier vessels. To operate in up forces and limit peak mooring line loads. could induce sway and surge motions, unsettling to 1,000yr return period design wind conditions vessels in the harbor and causing high mooring whilst running passively as often as possible to Trelleborg supplied and installed DynaMoor line loads. This can lead to the snapping of minimize power demand from the port facility, units that would provide the extra dynamic lines, endangering mooring crew and transfer the solution would need to dampen the vessel’s adjustment range and additional redundancy operations. motions through dynamic adjustment of mooring that the terminal required. This resulted in the line tensions. reduction of mooring line loads and vessel movement, improved safety in the hazardous mooring line zones, and continuous and sustainable product transfers. To reduce sway and surge motions Scan the QR code in challenging environmental using the Marine and conditions, Trelleborg delivered Infrastructure AR App LNG solutions that provide the to explore DynaMoor in tension to put operations at ease. more detail.

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      Using Flexibility to Deliver Security West Africa Docking & Mooring Bringing a new energy hub to Africa in the form Challenge: Vessels remaining stationary is Solution: As part of our jetty-based solution of an LNG terminal was a great achievement, paramount to allow for the continuous for dampening vessel motions, Trelleborg but it required the construction of an artificial transfer of LNG from the liquefaction vessel developed DynaMoor automated dynamic harbor on the West African coast. Being an through the terminal jetty and onto the LNG mooring devices that resist natural frequency offshore facility, long-period infra-gravity waves ocean-going carrier vessels. To operate in up forces and limit peak mooring line loads. could induce sway and surge motions, unsettling to 1,000yr return period design wind conditions vessels in the harbor and causing high mooring whilst running passively as often as possible to Trelleborg supplied and installed DynaMoor line loads. This can lead to the snapping of minimize power demand from the port facility, units that would provide the extra dynamic lines, endangering mooring crew and transfer the solution would need to dampen the vessel’s adjustment range and additional redundancy operations.motions through dynamic adjustment of mooring that the terminal required. This resulted in the line tensions.reduction of mooring line loads and vessel movement, improved safety in the hazardous mooring line zones, and continuous and sustainable product transfers.To reduce sway and surge motions Scan the QR code in challenging environmental using the Marine and conditions, Trelleborg delivered Infrastructure AR App LNG solutions that provide the to explore DynaMoor in tension to put operations at ease. more detail.

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      Assuring Compliance with Evolving Safety Standards PESO Accreditation, India Hazardous Area Compliance, Global Docking & Mooring Market Safety is paramount across the oil and gas Challenge: In India, the Petroleum and Solution: For 12 months, Trelleborg worked industry – with a particular focus in the LNG Explosives Safety Organization (PESO) sets the with its certification agent and key supply chain sector. Mismanagement of combustible requirements for equipment containing electrical partners to record technical documentation materials can result in the release of gases systems at new or upgraded LNG facilities. regarding all electrical systems and enclosures, or vapors into the environment, which can To meet new PESO accreditation requirements, which needed to be assessed by PESO for result in serious injury to personnel or terminals in India now need to meet highly suitability for hazardous area operation. equipment damage. technical local standards for electro-mechanical Trelleborg’s Quick Release Hook mooring machinery that operates in hazardous areas. systems are PESO-certified for use in the Indian Regulatory bodies in many countries and regions market, and are fully compliant with Indian laws have established standards and guidelines and regulations that govern the operation of LNG for equipment used in port operations so that facilities. Trelleborg’s Ship-Shore Link also uses terminal operators are able to ensure the highest PESO certified equipment. safety standards worldwide. Trelleborg is the largest PESO-accredited Trelleborg’s accreditation means Docking and Mooring equipment manufacturer, Scan the QR code giving customers needing QRHs the confidence EPCs and terminal owners can using the Marine and that our equipment is certified. With this move forward without worrying Infrastructure AR App to accreditation, EPCs and terminal owners can about unforeseen costs. explore our Quick Release avoid unforeseen budget overruns and schedule Hooks in more detail. delays due to compliance issues.

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      Assuring Compliance with Evolving Safety Standards PESO Accreditation, India Hazardous Area Compliance, Global Docking & Mooring Market Safety is paramount across the oil and gas Challenge: In India, the Petroleum and Solution: For 12 months, Trelleborg worked industry – with a particular focus in the LNG Explosives Safety Organization (PESO) sets the with its certification agent and key supply chain sector. Mismanagement of combustiblerequirements for equipment containing electrical partners to record technical documentation materials can result in the release of gases systems at new or upgraded LNG facilities. regarding all electrical systems and enclosures, or vapors into the environment, which can To meet new PESO accreditation requirements, which needed to be assessed by PESO for result in serious injury to personnel or terminals in India now need to meet highly suitability for hazardous area operation. equipment damage.technical local standards for electro-mechanical Trelleborg’s Quick Release Hook mooring machinery that operates in hazardous areas. systems are PESO-certified for use in the Indian Regulatory bodies in many countries and regions market, and are fully compliant with Indian laws have established standards and guidelines and regulations that govern the operation of LNG for equipment used in port operations so that facilities. Trelleborg’s Ship-Shore Link also uses terminal operators are able to ensure the highest PESO certified equipment. safety standards worldwide. Trelleborg is the largest PESO-accredited Trelleborg’s accreditation means Docking and Mooring equipment manufacturer, Scan the QR code giving customers needing QRHs the confidence EPCs and terminal owners can using the Marine and that our equipment is certified. With this move forward without worrying Infrastructure AR App to accreditation, EPCs and terminal owners can about unforeseen costs. explore our Quick Release avoid unforeseen budget overruns and schedule Hooks in more detail. delays due to compliance issues.

      Ensuring Accurate, Continuous Performance Over Years Trelleborg is delivering the LNG solutions The Middle East that keep mooring operations and product Gas Service & Maintenance Program transfers continuing safely and sustainably. Over 400 QRHs, including class-leading MLM Challenge: Among the most challenging Solution: Trelleborg developed a new Load Cell systems, were supplied to Trelleborg’s key client aspect in this project was keeping the 400 Exchange program to ensure regular calibration of in the Middle East and are currently used on QRHs calibrated, certified, and operating within the load monitoring system on each QRH for the site at various jetty facilities. However, as the international guidelines. In order to ensure that customer as part of an extensive tailored service installed equipment has progressed through lines were frequently checked for appropriate and maintenance program. A set of replacement its operational lifecycle, our customer faced tension, and that the vessel remained securely load cells was developed for operational spares the problem of regularly maintaining all of restrained at berth during LNG transfers, sets at the customer’s facilities that allow the equipment to ensure safe, accurate, and accurate MLM systems were necessary. load cell swap-outs on planned maintenance sustainable mooring operations. schedules. Load cells identified for maintenance are returned to Trelleborg for reconditioning and recalibration to be ready for their next deployment. This ensures that the equipment performs at its best, ensuring operator satisfaction.

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          Ensuring Accurate, Continuous Performance Over Years Trelleborg is delivering the LNG solutions The Middle East that keep mooring operations and product Gas Service & Maintenance Program transfers continuing safely and sustainably. Over 400 QRHs, including class-leading MLM Challenge: Among the most challenging Solution: Trelleborg developed a new Load Cell systems, were supplied to Trelleborg’s key client aspect in this project was keeping the 400 Exchange program to ensure regular calibration of in the Middle East and are currently used on QRHs calibrated, certified, and operating within the load monitoring system on each QRH for the site at various jetty facilities. However, as the international guidelines. In order to ensure that customer as part of an extensive tailored service installed equipment has progressed through lines were frequently checked for appropriate and maintenance program. A set of replacement its operational lifecycle, our customer faced tension, and that the vessel remained securely load cells was developed for operational spares the problem of regularly maintaining all of restrained at berth during LNG transfers, sets at the customer’s facilities that allow the equipment to ensure safe, accurate, and accurate MLM systems were necessary.load cell swap-outs on planned maintenance sustainable mooring operations.schedules. Load cells identified for maintenance are returned to Trelleborg for reconditioning and recalibration to be ready for their next deployment. This ensures that the equipment performs at its best, ensuring operator satisfaction.

          Upgrading Links to Adapt to Increasing LNG Demands The Middle East LNG Terminal Increasing energy requirements demanded Challenge: The previous FSRU did not have Solution: Trelleborg provided a bespoke an upgrade of the existing floating storage a compatible SSL system, meaning a bespoke solution that incorporated three separate regasification unit (FSRU) at the LNG terminal. FSRU would need to be supplied that could electrical links – standard SSL communications, As the FSRU would remain permanently sufficiently integrate with the current SSL at the jetty platform emergency shutdown (ESD) moored at the jetty without any personnel, port. The current SSL also needed upgrading, integration, and jetty QRH signal connections. it needed to be capable of functioning to move the port from a ‘ship FSRU’ interface, independently. This meant that the terminal to a full ‘terminal’ system, allowing the FSRU to This involved replicating the original SSL had to be equipped with a highly efficient SSL operate efficiently while unmanned. interface and adapting it to suit the new system to ensure that LNG was transferred vessel, along with upgrading the existing SSL safely and effectively. to be capable of full ESD, telecoms, and MLM signaling. Any signals not needed by the new arrangement were removed, helping to save costs. Trelleborg also supplied fender systems and docking and mooring equipment. Scan the QR code Scan the QR code using the Upon completion of the project, the existing jetty Trelleborg delivered a bespoke solution using the Marine and Marine and Infrastructure AR could continue to function with a new, more that both upgraded the current SSL and Infrastructure AR App to App to explore our Slide-In, efficient FSRU. integrated a new system to effectively explore our Pneumatic Slide-Out Fenders in Fenders in more detail. more detail. transfer LNG at the terminal.

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          Upgrading Links to Adapt to Increasing LNG Demands The Middle East LNG Terminal Increasing energy requirements demanded Challenge: The previous FSRU did not have Solution: Trelleborg provided a bespoke an upgrade of the existing floating storage a compatible SSL system, meaning a bespoke solution that incorporated three separate regasification unit (FSRU) at the LNG terminal. FSRU would need to be supplied that could electrical links – standard SSL communications, As the FSRU would remain permanently sufficiently integrate with the current SSL at the jetty platform emergency shutdown (ESD) moored at the jetty without any personnel, port. The current SSL also needed upgrading, integration, and jetty QRH signal connections. it needed to be capable of functioning to move the port from a ‘ship FSRU’ interface, independently. This meant that the terminal to a full ‘terminal’ system, allowing the FSRU to This involved replicating the original SSL had to be equipped with a highly efficient SSL operate efficiently while unmanned.interface and adapting it to suit the new system to ensure that LNG was transferred vessel, along with upgrading the existing SSL safely and effectively.to be capable of full ESD, telecoms, and MLM signaling. Any signals not needed by the new arrangement were removed, helping to save costs. Trelleborg also supplied fender systems and docking and mooring equipment. Scan the QR code Scan the QR code using the Upon completion of the project, the existing jetty Trelleborg delivered a bespoke solution using the Marine and Marine and Infrastructure AR could continue to function with a new, more that both upgraded the current SSL and Infrastructure AR App to App to explore our Slide-In, efficient FSRU. integrated a new system to effectively explore our Pneumatic Slide-Out Fenders in Fenders in more detail. more detail. transfer LNG at the terminal.

          Enhanced LNG Hose Transfer Systems Mediterranean Terminals Ship-to-Ship, LNG With increased demand for LNG in Europe, Challenge: An FSRU had to be equipped with Solution: Trelleborg designed and supplied Mediterranean terminals have become a ship-to-ship (STS) hose transfer system (HTS) state-of-the-art KLAW 10” SIL2 HTS for large strategically more important in securing gas capable of being connected to a wide range of d small scale loading and reloading frequent an import. At the same time, new opportunities large scale LNGCs for LNG import and deliver operations. for small scale LNG have also risen. The frequent operations on a weekly basis. The combination of these factors requires LNG hose same HTS also needed to connect with small This innovative system, with diagnostic transfer systems to be as versatile as possible. scale LNGCs to reload small quantities of and monitoring features, requires minimal For example: LNG – mainly for the bunkering of ships. compatibility adjustments for different sizes of approaching vessels. • Higher frequency of transfer operations. A 3” ship-to-jetty system was also supplied for Compatibility with large scale (up to Q-Max • ) truck loading. This system is unique in the world and small scale (bunkering) LNGCs. of the LNG industry and the terminal is the first to perform a complex LNG reloading operation • Reloading capacity: from ship to truck. directly from the FSRU vessel to trucks.

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          Enhanced LNG Hose Transfer Systems Mediterranean Terminals Ship-to-Ship, LNG With increased demand for LNG in Europe, Challenge: An FSRU had to be equipped with Solution: Trelleborg designed and supplied Mediterranean terminals have become a ship-to-ship (STS) hose transfer system (HTS) state-of-the-art KLAW 10” SIL2 HTS for large strategically more important in securing gas capable of being connected to a wide range of d small scale loading and reloading frequent an import. At the same time, new opportunities large scale LNGCs for LNG import and deliver operations. for small scale LNG have also risen. The frequent operations on a weekly basis. The combination of these factors requires LNG hose same HTS also needed to connect with small This innovative system, with diagnostic transfer systems to be as versatile as possible. scale LNGCs to reload small quantities of and monitoring features, requires minimal For example:LNG – mainly for the bunkering of ships.compatibility adjustments for different sizes of approaching vessels. • Higher frequency of transfer operations. A 3” ship-to-jetty system was also supplied for Compatibility with large scale (up to Q-Max •)truck loading. This system is unique in the world and small scale (bunkering) LNGCs.of the LNG industry and the terminal is the first to perform a complex LNG reloading operation • Reloading capacity: from ship to truck.directly from the FSRU vessel to trucks.

          Trelleborg is a world leader in marine gas transfer, enabling safe, efficient, and cost-effective operations at every stage of the LNG value chain. From full marine transfer systems to individual component parts, Trelleborg’s portfolio is designed to optimize loading and unloading operations to deliver improved productivity, and enhanced safety and asset efficiency in the most demanding of environments. Powered by innovation and strong customer partnerships, we are committed to playing an active role in supporting the global transition to cleaner energy and supporting you, wherever in the world you may be. WWW.TRELLEBORG.COM/MARINEANDINFRASTRUCTURE Facebook: TrelleborgMarineandInfrastructure Explore our Solutions in AR Twitter: @TrelleborgMI Scan the QR code here Youtube: Youtube.com/c/trelleborgmarineinfrastructure Use your mobile device’s camera to scan the QR to download our report code and download the Marine and Infrastructure Flickr: Flickr.com/people/marineandinfrastructure AR App to explore our solutions in 3D. Learn how you can meet the latest energy Linkedin: Linkedin.com/company/trelleborg-marine-and-infrastructure transfer demands. Blog: Thesmarterapproachblog.trelleborg.com For iOS For Android Trelleborg Marine and Infrastructure Email: [email protected] #26082022

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