- published: 03 Sep 2016
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Shawna Nevins is responsible for loading and discharging crude oil at BP Terminals.
Three (3) berths for import of crude oil and export of refined products, Products range from petro chemicals, white products, black products and LPG, Total of 19 new loading arms, Total of 3 vapour recovery arms with associated system, Optimisation of multi-product facility for tankers from 5,000 DWT to 115,000 DWT.
Short fly-about 150 ft up showing Toronto Ontario Canada Skyline at Dawn beautiful lake Ontario view.All the trucks you see around me are film and television equipment for a movie and im doing some flying during my Security break lol. most of my vids im on break and at work but will post better videos and longer ones of the country side when im off work thanks for watching more coming soon.Most of these videos were done with my old Drone but have new and better drone now with 4k camera so will be uploading some footage when i get it with better quality and in 4k.These vids were done on camera that shot 1080p.
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On 22nd September 2006, 10 years back, Vadinar’s Marine Terminal was set to receive its first crude carrier. Everyone was ready for the big moment – the team at the control room, the pilots, the divers at SPM! All operations were conducted smoothly and since that day, there has been no turning back for the team. Essar CEO, Mr Prashant Ruia went onboard the berthed vessel and congratulated the entire team. Relive some of the moments from that iconic day and meet the team that has made this epic journey possible.
Today, we are celebrating 10 years of Operational Excellence of Essar's Vadinar Marine Terminal. What makes this terminal truly unique? What are the challenges faced by the VOTL team? What are some of the spectacular milestones achieved by the team? Watch the video and be a part of VOTL’s amazing journey.
Highly trained stevedores at JAXPORT's Talleyrand Marine Terminal today moved four massive Caterpillar 770 specialty dump trucks onto a roll-on, roll-off cargo ship bound for a Morton Salt facility in the southern Bahamas. The trucks will be used to haul salt harvested for water softening and road de-icing. JAXPORT's 100-ton multi-purpose whirly crane was used to lift the vehicles — each weighing 35 tons, standing 14 feet tall and measuring 30 feet in length — onto the chartered vessel VI-NAIS. The four trucks were transported to Jacksonville via individual flatbed tractor trailers from a heavy equipment dealer in St. Augustine, Fla., where they had been refurbished. The stevedores involved in today's cargo operation are experienced in the movement of specialty, heavy-lift cargo and are ...