NO FRILLS LOADING TERMINAL IN OPERATION OFF EQUATORIAL GUINEA

Bey Edwards Oceaneering Production Systems Houston A multipoint conventional buoy mooring, often called a Mediterranean moor, provides a low-cost solution for loading tankers from the new onshore Isla de Bioko terminal in Equatorial Guinea, West Africa. This mooring method is a basic no frills terminal system, suitable for protected areas with moderate sea conditions.

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