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- SOPEP Shipboard Oil Emergency Plans
- For vessels over 400 gross tons AES SOPEPs meet the requirements of
MARPOL 73/78 and provide guidelines to follow in emergency situations.
Plans are written to meet the needs of specific vessels and fleet
- Oil Discharge Contingency Plans
- Required for each shore terminal, as well as tank vessels and barges
storing or transporting oil. These plans are written to meet your
specific operations and emergency response needs while fulfilling USCG
- Oil Transfer Procedures
- All vessels with 250 BBLS storage capacity of oil have specific
procedures in conformance with legal standards for bunkering product.
These plans are written so they are functional and logical for crews
to follow and meet all USCG requirements.
- Incident Command System
- A company, vessel, fleet, or installation specific plan prepared by
AES meet state and federal requirements and insures a well-organized
response to any emergency situation weather limited to company
personnel or involving interfacing with other organizations.
- Vessel and Port Security Plans
- USCG codified new Homeland Security requirements in 2003 effective
January 1, 2004 requiring security plans for many vessels and port
facilities. AES plans meet all requirements to assure both compliance
- OPA 90/VRP
- Required by the USCG and Northwestern States for tank vessels/barges
transporting oil as well as shore side terminals storing oil in access
of 10,000 gallons.
- Facility Contingency Plans
- These meet federal and state government standards for oil and