I OPDS

Information about I OPDS

Published on November 5, 2007

Author: Herminia

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Slide1:  LTC CARLSON OPDS Future 22 OCT, 2002 Slide2:  Afloat Prepositioning Considerations Purpose of NAVSEA Study:  Purpose of NAVSEA Study Provide cost estimate of probable system(s) for POM 04 budget submittal Study may not identify the best system but will illuminate important key criteria and significant cost drivers Provide decision makers (N42) insight as to the important critical decision factors, alternatives, and costs OPDS Vessel Platform Selections:  OPDS Vessel Platform Selections CURRENT SYSTEM Existing Tankers CONVERSION CANDIDATES T-AO 187 Oiler NEW CONSTRUCTION CANDIDATES Tanker Articulated Tug / Barge (ATB) Supply Boat / Special Mission Ship Lift Boat / Jack-up (w/ Lift Ship) Barge Shuttle System (w/ Lift Ship) Beach-Deployed - Tug & Barge System (w/ Lift Ship) Existing Tanker - Overview:  Existing Tanker - Overview Existing Assets, configured as needed Large Tankers (~270K-330K barrels) Point-to-Point Transport Utility Single Hull w/ Steam Plants SALM effective, but difficult to deploy and retrieve SS Chesapeake Particulars:  SS Chesapeake Particulars Overall Length - 736 ft Beam - 102 feet Draft - 40 feet Speed - 14 knots Displacement - 61,970 long tons Cargo Capacity- 278,000 barrels Civilian Crew - 33 (Licensed, 11 / Unlicensed, 22) Built by Bethlehem Steel Corp., Sparrows Point, MD, 1964 Entered the RRFJuly 20, 1991 Existing Ships – System Schematic:  Existing Ships – System Schematic Resupply Tanker OPDS Tanker Workboat (5) BTU Resupply Hose Supply Conduit (single line) SALM Buoy SALM Resupply alongside from midship manifold SS Chesapeake Specs: Length: 736 feet Beam: 102 feet Draft: 40 feet Displacement: 61,970 long tons Speed: 15 knots Area Command: ROS status Crew: Civilian - 33 Military – 145 Cargo Tank Capacity: 278,000 BBLS T-AO 187 Kaiser Class - Overview:  T-AO 187 Kaiser Class - Overview Modern Twin Screw Medium-Speed Diesel Plant Concept crewed by Merchant Mariners (including Beach Crew) Sunk Cost for Vessel Platform Available ships are single hulled Pumping Systems already onboard Would provide point-to-point tankage Number of ships available may be insufficient for OPDS needs Service Life Limited, 10+ yrs old 180,000 BBLS CALM anchoring 2 Workboats, 1 Dive Boat,1 Tug T-AO 187 Kaiser Class– System Schematic:  T-AO 187 Kaiser Class– System Schematic Resupply Tanker Converted Tanker 2 Workboats, 1 Dive Boat, 1 Tug BTU Resupply Hose Supply Conduit (single line) CALM Supply Conduit (single line) Anchor Leg (typ) CRANE CALM Kaiser Class Particulars: Length: 677.5 feet Beam: 97.5 feet Draft: 35 feet Displacement: 40,700 long tons Speed: 20.0 knots Manning: Civilian – 81, Military – 23 Cargo Tank Capacity: 180,000 BBLS Tanker - Overview:  Tanker - Overview New construction Double Hull Tanker Largest (not longest) vessel explored Point to Point Transport Utility 700 ft LOA, 100 ft beam, 35 ft draft 40,000 LT displacement 300,000 BBLS CALM anchoring 2 Workboats, 1 Dive Boat, 1 Tug Twin Cranes provide deployment redundancy Tanker – System Schematic:  Tanker – System Schematic Resupply Tanker New Ship with Tankage 2 Workboats, 1 Dive Boat, 1 Tug BTU Resupply Hose Supply Conduit (single line) CALM Supply Conduit (single line) Anchor Leg (typ) New Tanker Particulars: Length: 700 feet Beam: 100 feet Draft: 35 feet Displacement: 40,000 long tons Speed: 14.0 knots Manning: Civilian – 85 Cargo Tank Capacity: 300,000 BBLS Articulated Tug/Barge - Overview:  Articulated Tug/Barge - Overview ATB (Articulated Tug/Barge) New construction Double Hull Barge Longest vessel explored Point to Point Transport Utility Provides 12,000 HP Tug for JLOTS 900 ft LOA, 100 ft Beam, 15 foot draft 30,000 LT displacement 200,000 BBLS CALM anchoring 2 Workboats, 1 Dive Boat Twin Cranes provide deployment redundancy Articulated Tug/Barge – System Schematic:  Articulated Tug/Barge – System Schematic Resupply Tanker Articulated Tug/Barge 2 Workboats, 1 Dive Boat (Sep Tug not needed) BTU Resupply Hose Supply Conduit (single line) CALM Supply Conduit (single line) Anchor Leg (typ) ATB Particulars: Length: 900 feet Beam: 100 feet Draft: 15 feet Displacement: 30,000 long tons Speed: 14.0 knots Manning: Civilian – 75 Cargo Tank Capacity: 200,000 BBLS Supply / Special Mission Ship - Overview:  Supply / Special Mission Ship - Overview Offshore Supply Boat Construction Shortest / Smallest Vessel Explored No onboard tankage for transport 400 ft LOA, 100 ft Beam, 30 foot draft 15,000 LT displacement CALM anchoring 2 Workboats, 1 Dive Boat, 1 Tug Similar to TAO, Tanker, and ITB, but eliminates tank stowage, so less useful but also less life cycle maintenance and low acquisition cost Supply / Special Mission Ship – System Schematic:  Supply / Special Mission Ship – System Schematic Supply Tanker New Ship without Tankage 2 Workboats, 1 Dive Boat, 1 Tug BTU Supply Hose Supply Conduit (single line) CALM Supply Conduit (single line) Anchor Leg (typ) Pump Supply Boat Particulars: Length: 400 feet Beam: 100 feet Draft: 30 feet Displacement: 15,000 long tons Speed: 14.0 knots Manning: Civilian – 83 Lift Boat / Jack-up Pumping Station - Overview:  Lift Boat / Jack-up Pumping Station - Overview Lift Boat / Heavy Lift Ship System 140 ft x 80 ft x 12 ft Lift Boat carried by 615 ft x 105 ft x 20 ft Heavy Lift Ship Provides most stable operational platform 10,000 BBLS on Lift Boat CALM anchoring 3 Workboats, 1 Dive Boat, 1 Tug Twin Cranes do not provide redundancy Very Safe OPDS Operational Command Post but needs large number of components Jack-up Ship – System Schematic:  Jack-up Ship – System Schematic Supply Tanker Jack-up Ship 2 Workboats, 1 Dive Boat, 1 Tug BTU Supply Hose Supply Conduit (single line) Supply Conduit (single line) Pump CALM Jack-up Transport Ship Specs: Length: 615 feet Beam: 105 feet Draft: 20 feet Displacement: 20,000 long tons Manning: Civilian – 95 Cargo Tank Capacity: 10,000 BBLS Shuttle Tank Barges - Overview:  Shuttle Tank Barges - Overview Tug & Barge / Heavy Lift System Two 1500-HP 86’-LOA Tractor Tugs & Two 200 ft x 40 ft x 8 ft Barges carried by 615 ft x 105 ft x 20 ft Heavy Lift Ship 10,000 BBLS on Lift Boat plus 20,000 BBLS on Barges CALM anchoring for Shuttle Ship 3 Workboats, 1 Dive Boat, 2 Tugs Most Number of Components Can pull fuel from alternate anchorages w/o moving system In-Stream connections cause environmental hazard Shuttle Tank Barges – System Schematic:  Shuttle Tank Barges – System Schematic Shuttle Barge Specs: Length: 200 feet Beam: 40 feet Draft: 8 feet Displacement: 250 long tons Shuttle Tank Barges – System Schematic:  Shuttle Tank Barges – System Schematic Shuttle Barge Transport Ship Specs: Length: 615 feet Beam: 105 feet Draft: 20 feet Displacement: 20,000 long tons Manning: Civilian – 102 Cargo Tank Capacity: 10,000 BBLS Beach-Deployed System - Overview:  Beach-Deployed System - Overview Offshore Supply Boat Construction Upscale Supply Boat with Hose Deployment from Barge vs. Mother Ship Manned entirely by Merchant Mariners No onboard tankage for transport 500 ft LOA, 100 ft Beam, 30 foot draft 20,000 LT displacement CALM anchoring 2 Workboats, 1 Dive Boat, 1 Tug, 1 80’ Deployment Barge Shuttle Barge and Beach Deployed both fundamentally change deployment system Beach-Deployed – System Schematic:  Beach-Deployed – System Schematic Deployment Operation Hose deployed from the beach Beach-Deployed – System Schematic:  Beach-Deployed – System Schematic Beach Deployed Specs: Length: 500 feet Beam: 100 feet Draft: 30 feet Displacement: 20,000 LT Speed: 14 Crew: Civilian – 63 Cargo Tank Capacity: None Recommendations:  Recommendations Study Goal – Budget Estimate --Keep existing POM figure of $140M per platform Complete OPDS 2001 ORD Deployment and Terminal Focused R&D Formulate Acquisition Strategy for Early Industry Involvement >> Capitalize on Industry Knowledge Discuss Entire Littoral Warfare Plans with CINCs for Possible Littoral Support Ship (Lighterage, Causeways, and OPDS etc. SS3 driven) Slide25:  OPDS Issues Emerging Army Requirements 2001 ORD Final OPDS Platform Funding Training Doctrine

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