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Scale of Rates

(With effect from 01st August 2015)

DEFINITIONS

Company shall mean Ennore Tank Terminals Private Limited (ETTPL) registered under the Companies Act, 1956.

Day shall be reckoned from 6.00 a.m. to 6.00 a.m.

Coastal Vessel
 means a vessel which is engaged in the carriage by sea of passengers or goods from any port or place in India to any other port or place in India. The status of the vessel as borne out by its certification by the Customs or the Director General of Shipping shall be the deciding factor for its certification as "coastal" or "foreign going" for the purpose of levy of vessel related charges.

Entry means entering into the Port limits.

Foreign Vessel means a vessel engaged in trading between any port or place in India and other port or place or between ports or places outside India.

Gross Tonnage (GT) is the cubic capacity of the whole ship including engine room and crew space but excludes space above deck, cabins, and deck shelters, chart houses etc and as recorded in the Certificate of Registry of the vessel.

Pipeline Charges shall mean the charges payable for usage of pipelines of ETTPL Trestle, Pipeline and Unloading Arm/Hose Connection Charges shall mean a composite charge payable for usage of pipeline trestle and pipeline(s) of ETTPL and for services of ETTPL for unloading at the Marine Liquid Jetty.

Trestle Charges  shall mean the charges payable for using the pipeline trestle of ETTPL.

Wharfage shall mean the basic dues recoverable on all cargo imported or exported or transshipped or passing through the Marine Liquid Terminal-1.

CONDITIONS

  1. All charges notified hereunder in various Chapters in terms of U.S. Dollars shall be levied for all Foreign Vessels and Indian Vessels engaged in Foreign Trade. The charges shall be collected from the Owners / Agents in Indian Rupee converting U.S Dollars Rates at market TT buying Rates notified by Punjab National Bank as on date of arrival of the vessel.

  2. A regular review of the exchange rate shall be made once in thirty days from the date of arrival of the vessels in case of vessels staying in the port for more than thirty days. In such cases the basis of billing shall change prospectively with reference to the appropriate exchange rate prevailing at the time of review.

  3. The fraction of a Rupee so arrived at will be rounded off to the next full Rupee.

  4. Vessel related charges for coastal vessels shall be recovered at the rates notified in Rupees only.

  5. The charges for services and usage of equipments not mentioned in the Scale of Rates are as per agreement between the Company and the user requiring such services.

  6. Rates in respect of goods to be landed shall be payable prior to / immediately on the landing of the goods and rates in respect of goods to be removed from the premises of the Company, or to be shipped for export, or to be transshipped, shall be payable before the goods are so removed or shipped or transshipped.

  7. For the purpose of Scale of Rates

    1. One unit by weight means 1 Metric Tonne (1000 kilograms).

    2. One unit by capacity/volume measurement for certain liquids in bulk means 1 Kilo Litre (1000 Litres).

  8. In calculating the Gross weight or measurement by volume or capacity of any individual item, fraction up to and including 0.5 shall be taken as 0.5 and fractions over 0.5 shall be taken as one unit.

  9. It shall be the primary responsibility of the party filing the Import/Export Application to declare the correct unit and/or units on the application at the time of filing. In case the required units or units not being available in the relative shipping documents, the party shall actually weigh and/or measure the consignment and then declare the same on the Application before filing with the Company. Any under-declaration and/or under-statement found at the time of test check by the Company will involve the party liable for the penalty.

  10. All the charges payable to the Company, as per this Scale of Rates shall be paid by way of a crossed DD / Banker's Cheque in favour of "Ennore Tank Terminals Private Limited", payable at Chennai before the vessel is berthed based on estimates. The difference between the actual and the estimates shall be settled within two business days.

  11. The Charges payable directly to M/s.Kamarajar Port Limited (other than those listed in this scale of rates) such as Pilotage-cum-towage, Port dues, etc shall be as per the Tariff published by M/s.Kamarajar Port Limited

  12. The Scale of rates are subject to changes without any prior intimation and shall be valid and binding from the date mentioned therein.

  13. The Company's decision shall be final in case of any differences in the interpretation of any terms or conditions in this Scale of Rates.

  14. The charges for usage of storage and allied facilities & services provided by the Company are not covered in this Scale of Rates and the same shall be as per agreed terms with the users.

  15. The berthing of vessels shall be as per Berthing Policy annexed with this scale of rates. The decision of ETTPL shall be final for such berthing and ETTPL shall not be liable or responsible for any demurrage or claim or loss on any grounds whatsoever. For avoidance of doubt, it is clarified that the channel access shall always remain with M/s.Kamarajar Port Limited.

  16. Service Tax / Other Taxes / Duties / Levies / Cess / Surcharge etc. shall be charged extra as applicable.

  17. The Company shall have the right to shift (or) pull out a vessel or instruct the port to shift or pull out a vessel berthed at the Company's Jetty in case of:

    1) Any problem noticed with the vessel and/or

    2) Unable to start pumping within the stipulated time or prolonged intermittent stoppage due to pump problem in the vessel.

    3) On Safety grounds
  18. In such an event, all the costs / de-berthing and re-berthing charges including demurrage shall have to be borne by the vessel (or) the Port user. Company shall have the right to exercise the option of shifting or pulling out a vessel under sub clause (1) and (2) above, in order to minimize berthing delays of vessels in the outer anchorage, if any.

  19. Users whose tank farm/facility are connected by Pipelines to ETTPL's Common manifold should bring the cargo/product(s) in their own name only.

VESSEL RELATED CHARGES
BERTH HIRE CHARGES - MARINE LIQUID BERTH

  • Berth Hire charges will be charged on the basis of the Gross Tonnage (GT) of the vessels and for a minimum of 12 hours.
  • For a vessel carrying deck cargo, the deck cargo will be added to the Gross Tonnage of the vessel for determining the Gross Tonnage on which the charges are to be calculated.
  • For a vessel having a dual tonnage, the higher tonnage will be taken into account for calculation of all vessel related charges.

Rate per Gross Tonnage per hour or part thereof

Applicable to port users having service agreement w.r.t. specified services for vessel related charges

For other port users not having service agreement w.r.t. specified services for vessel related charges
Coastal Vessel
(in Rs.)
Foreign vessel
(in USD)
Coastal Vessel
(in Rs.)
Foreign vessel
(in USD)

As per agreed rate

As per agreed rate

0.86
(minimum Rs. 4300/-per Hour)
0.021
(minimum USD 105 per Hr)

Coastal Barges(in Rs.)

 

Coastal Barges(in Rs.)

As per agreed rate

 

0.86
(minimum Rs. 860/- per Hour)

Note:
Any vessel which continues to occupy berth after the expiry of the time indicated in the notice served on the vessel to vacate the berth shall pay additional berth hire charges at the following rates. The time to be calculated from the expiry of the notice period till the vessel vacates the berth.

  1. For the first two days - At four times the rate of the berth hire charges for authorized occupation (subject to a minimum of USD 420 per Hour in case of Foreign Vessels and Rs.18000/- per hour in case of coastal vessels).

  2. For third day and for subsequent days - At six times the rate of berth hire charges for authorized occupation (subject to a minimum of USD 630 per hour in case of Foreign Vessels and Rs.27000/- per hour in case of coastal vessels).

  3. The additional berth hire charges shall be in addition to normal berth hire charges payable under the schedule.

  4. Other Vessel related charges and charges for services provided by M/s.Kamarajar Port Limited are payable to Kamarajar Port Limited directly as per their scale of rates.

  5. A penal berth hire charges equal to one day's berth hire charge shall be levied for a False Call for Pilot. 'False Call for Pilot' means when vessel is not ready in all respects but has called for pilot and after boarding the vessel, the Pilot could not sail the vessel, as it was not ready resulting in disembarkation of the pilot from the vessel without sailing / shifting.

  6. Company shall have the right to arrange for vacation of the vessel from the berth at the cost of the vessel and/or the user as the case may be, in event of any of the following:

    a) Failure of a vessel to commence pumping operations due to problems in the vessel

    b) Non- commencement or stoppage of discharge by the vessel due to

    c)     i) nature of products or

        ii) instructions from the person other than the company or

       iii) awaiting clearance viz Statutory or otherwise.

    d) Pumping rates are lower than the normally acceptable pumping rates. In such an event, all the liabilities that would arise shall be borne by the Vessel/the user

CARGO RELATED CHARGES

I. WHARFAGE

S. No.

Product

Unit

Rate

1.

Carbon Black Feed Stock

Per Metric Tonne

Rs.90.00

2.

Edible Oil

Per Kilo Litre

Rs.90.00

S.No.

Product

Unit

Rate

1.

Furnace Oil

Per Kilo Litre

Rs.100.00

2.

Lube Base Oil

Per Kilo Litre

Rs.100.00

3.

Solvent Naphtha

Per Kilo Litre

Rs.125.00

4.

Hexane

Per Kilo Litre

Rs.125.00

5.

Iso Propyl Alcohol

Per Kilo Litre

Rs.125.00

6.

Benzene

Per Kilo Litre

Rs.125.00

7.

Styrene Monomer

Per Kilo Litre

Rs.125.00

8.

Toluene

Per Kilo Litre

Rs.125.00

9.

Linear Alkyl Benzene

Per Kilo Litre

Rs.125.00

10.

Acetone

Per Kilo Litre

Rs.125.00

11.

Normal Paraffin

Per Kilo Litre

Rs.125.00

12.

Methyl Ethyl Ketone

Per Kilo Litre

Rs.125.00

13.

Mixed Xylene

Per Kilo Litre

Rs.125.00

14.

Cyclo Hexanone

Per Kilo Litre

Rs.125.00

15.

N. Butanol

Per Kilo Litre

Rs.125.00

16.

Butyl Acetate

Per Kilo Litre

Rs.125.00

17.

Sulphuric Acid

Per Metric Tonne

Rs.125.00

18.

Caustic Soda Lye

Per Metric Tonne

Rs.125.00

19.

Acetic Acid

Per Metric Tonne

Rs.125.00

20.

Mono Ethylene Glycol

Per Metric Tonne

Rs.125.00

21.

Ethylene Dichloride

Per Metric Tonne

Rs.125.00

22.

Mono Propylene Glycol

Per Metric Tonne

Rs.125.00

23.

Polyol

Per Metric Tonne

Rs.125.00

24.

Hydrated Phenol

Per Metric Tonne

Rs.125.00

25.

Methyl Choloride

Per Metric Tonne

Rs.125.00

 

S. No.

Product

Unit

Rate

1.

Propylene Oxide

Per Kilo Litre

Rs.210.00

Note: Any chemical not covered will be charged @ Rs.125 per KL

S.No.

Product

Unit

Rate applicable to port users having service agreement w.r.t specified services for Cargo related charges

Rate applicable to other port users not having service agreement w.r.t. specified services for Cargo related charges

1.

Motor Spirit (at 15deg C)

Per Kilo Litre

As per agreed rate

Rs.100.00

2.

High Speed Diesel (at15deg C)

Per Kilo Litre

As per agreed rate

Rs.100.00

3.

Superior Kerosene Oil (at 15deg C)

Per Kilo Litre

As per agreed rate

Rs.100.00

4.

Aviation Turbine Fuel (ATF) - (at 15deg C)

Per Kilo Litre

As per agreed rate

Rs.100.00

5.

Refrigerated-Propane, Butane, LPG

Per Metric Tonne

As per agreed rate

-

S.No.

Product

Unit

Rate

1.

Motor Car

Per car

0.45% Ad valorem on FOB EnnorePort

The wharfage for other products shall be published in due course.

II. WATER FRONT ROYALTY

S.No.

Product

Unit

Rate

1.

STS Operation of Fuel Oil including bunker

Per Tonne

Rs.100/-



Terms and conditions for Wharfage

In respect of Bulk cargoes the dues shall be recovered on the manifested tonnage/KL or Shore Outturn Quantity in tonnage/KL whichever is higher.

In case of any clarification as to the classification of any goods, it shall be referred to the Board of Directors of the Company whose decision shall be final.

Charges for any other services not mentioned above shall be determined at the time of providing the services.

COMPOSITE TRESTLE, PIPELINE, UNLOADING ARM / HOSE CONNECTION CHARGES:

    Composite Trestle, Pipeline and Unloading arm / Hose Connection Charge is payable in addition to other charges for cargoes that are carried or transported through the trestle and multiproduct / common user pipelines directly in to the user owned Storage Terminal(s).

  1. In case payment of pipeline charges are separately determined in terms of a specific pipeline agreement(s) with users, tariff shall be as per agreed rate.

  2. (iii) The above Trestle, Pipeline, Unloading Arm / Hose Connection charge is included in the Basic Operating Charges for those users using the storage facilities of ETTPL and hence the following tariff is not applicable to such users using the Marine Liquid Terminal Storage facilities of ETTPL.

CHARGES:

Dia of the Pipeline

Product

Unit

Composite Trestle, Pipelines, Unloading Arm / Hose Connection charges applicable to port users having service agreement w.r.t. specified services for Cargo related charges

Composite Trestle, Pipelines, Unloading Arm / Hose Connection charges applicable to other port users not having service agreement w.r.t. specified services for Cargo related charges

12" dia and above non insulated Mild Steel Common user/product Pipeline

Motor Spirit, High Speed Diesel, Superior Kerosene Oil & Aviation Turbine Fuel

Per KL

As per agreed rate

Rs. 75/-

Refrigerated-Propane, Butane, LPG
-
As per agreed rate
-

The above charges shall be collected on the manifested tonnage/KL or Vessel Discharge tonnage/KL, whichever is higher and subject to the terms published in this tariff.

In case of any clarification as to the classification or quantity of any goods, it shall be referred to the Board of Directors of ETTPL for decision and the decision of the said Board shall be final.

 Other Terms:

The charges under this chapter are for the services of ETTPL rendered from MLT-1 Jetty to the common manifold of ETTPL.

COMPOSITE AIR PIGGING CHARGESINCLUDING PIG & AIR COMPRESSOR CHARGES
(Applicable for Pigging Operations from Jetty to Common Manifold of ETTPL)

  1. Air Pigging Charges including Pig & Air Compressor Charges are payable in addition to other charges for cargoes that are carried or transported through the trestle and multiproduct / common user pipelines directly in to the user owned Storage Terminal(s) (outside ETTPL's Storage Terminal)

  2. (ii)Users whose tank farm/facility are connected by Pipelines to ETTPL's Common manifold should bring the cargo/product(s) in their own name only.

  3. (iii)The Charges for pigging, pig and air compressor are either included in the Basic Operating Charges or charged separately under separate terms and conditions for those users using the storage facilities of ETTPL and hence the following tariff is not applicable to such users using the Marine Liquid Terminal Storage facilities of ETTPL.

CHARGES:


Diameter of the Pipeline

Product

Unit

Composite Air Pigging including Pig & Air Compressor Charges applicable to port users having service agreement w.r.t. specified services for Cargo related charges

Composite Air Pigging including Pig & Air Compressor Charges applicable to other port users not having service agreement w.r.t. specified services for Cargo related charges

12" dia and above non insulated Mild Steel Common user/product pipeline

High Speed Diesel

Per Pigging (Air)

As per agreed rate

Rs.25,000/-

Motor Spirit
Per Pigging (Nitrogen column followed by air)
As per agreed rate
Rs. 50,000/-

The above charges are payable in advance prior to the pigging operation depending upon the number of pigging operations required.

In case of any clarification, it shall be referred to the Board of Directors of ETTPL for decision and the decision of the said Board shall be final.

Other Terms:
The charges under this chapter are for the services of ETTPL rendered from MLT-1 Jetty to the common manifold of ETTPL.

OTHER CHARGES

 

VOM

Coastal Vessel

Foreign Vessel

1. Usage of Gangway (MOT ladder) by the vessel, using vessel's crane.

Per Operation

Rs.5000

USD 110

2. For Usage of Reducers

Per shipment/ per reducer

Rs. 1500

USD 30

STORAGE & ALLIED CHARGES

The charges applicable for storage & other allied services such as Basic operating charges (which is inclusive of trestle, pipeline and Unloading Arm / Hose connection charge), Pigging charges, handling charges, weighment charges, additional throughput charges, overtime charges, cleaning charges, transfer charges and charges for any other service as required by the users from time to time shall be levied. The charges mentioned are excluding service tax and other levies imposed by the Government. The above charges shall be determined based on the following factors:

  • Size of storage facilities
  • Material of construction of storage tanks
  • Number of  tanks required / total capacity required
  • Period of contract
  • Special / specific / additional facilities / equipments
  • Nature of product
  • Payment  terms
  • Specific safety/handling requirements
  • Health hazards
  • Turnarounds
  • Dock line requirement
  • O&M requirements, etc

Based on the above factors, the rates shall be arrived at and will be reflected in individual contracts / agreements entered into with respective users.

The pigging charges as stated above shall vary depending on the requirement of individual users and / or different products and / or types and size of pipelines and hence the rates for such services shall be determined based on mutually agreed terms.

The charges/rates pertaining to the storage and allied services cannot be published as the facilities are custom-made to suit the requirements of individual users.

Requirements for Vessels berthing at MLT

1. Purpose

To ensure that there are:

  1. structured and transparent documented guidelines for allocation of berth(s) to vessels calling at ETTPL

  2. rules for efficient operations

2. Pre-Arrival Requirements
  1. The vessel should have sent her Q88 to ETTPL to confirm suitability for berthing, when calling for the first time. The vessel should update ETTPL if there is any change to the Q88 previously provided.

  2. Every vessel shall give 7 day / 5 day / 3 day / 2 day / 1 day Notice of Estimated Time of Arrival (ETA) and Arrival Notice to ETTPL (email id :etaettpl@imc.net.in) to discharge or load. The Notice will be revised if there is a difference of more than 2 hours in ETA from the previous ETA.

  3. If the sailing time is less than the periods of Notice above, then, the Notice shall be given as early as possible but in no case will it be less than 3 days.

3. Berthing Sequence

The berthing sequence shall be, as far as possible, on First Come First Serve (FCFS) basis except as provided in these rules. With a view to ensure adherence to the principles of equity and to ensure that every user is treated fairly, the following rules are applicable in arriving at the berthing sequence:

  1. Vessel will be considered "Arrived for Berthing (FCFS)"at ETTPL if :
    1. Pre-arrival requirements have been met.

    2. She has physically arrived within the Port Limits of Kamarajar Port and registered with the Port Signal Station giving all particulars.

    3. Vessel has complied with all the statutory requirements applicable from time to time and the vessel owner/agent is on record, declaring compliance to that extent.

    4. The receivers/customer has furnished to ETTPL a declaration stating the adequacy of ullage in shore tanks on the projected berthing date, for the entire quantity to be discharged without interruption.

    5. For vessels scheduled to load products, the exporter has declared to ETTPL that the entire quantity to be loaded is available in storage tanks in addition to the minimum quantity to be maintained in the tank, on the projected date of berthing.

  2. Customs Duty on the Products (if applicable) shall be paid at least 24 hours before pilot boarding. Alternatively, the cargo interests shall have a valid "bonding" permit before pilot has been called. The same shall be intimated to ETTPL in writing.

  3. There shall not be any overdue payments on any account to ETTPL. ETTPL shall have received at least 24 hours in advance from Vessel owner/agent/customer all charges payable to the Port / ETTPL and there should be no dues outstanding. The vessel shall not be considered for berthing and will move to the bottom of the queue, if this provision has not been complied with.

  4. In order to minimize vessel waiting time at anchorage, ETTPL may decide to berth 2 vessels at the same time, whenever possible. In such a case, one of the 2 vessels shall be first in the queue as per FCFS. The other vessel which will be berthed will be construed as berthing in line with FCFS. ETTPL at its discretion may decide the sequence of berthing of 1st and 2nd vessels when both vessels are to be berthed alongside. In cases where shifting of the vessel already at berth is involved, then, the 2nd vessel shall bear the shifting charges, as applicable.

  5. If for any reason a vessel does not berth when it is her turn to berth, then, she will go to the bottom of the queue and be the last vessel amongst those which have already arrived. She will have to give the 3 day/2 day / 1 day Notice of Readiness again, whenever she is expected to be ready.

  6. Swapping of vessels waiting for berth will be permitted only if the owners of the cargo are the same or if there is mutual concurrence and if the expected discharge times are the almost the same.

  7. Pre-discharge or pre-loading waiting at berth will not exceed 3 hours. If the vessel waits for more than 3 hours then Penal Berth Hire will be applicable.

  8. Product owners will make all efforts for the sampling of products at anchorage to get the products can be tested in the shore laboratories prior berthing.

  9. Vessels will not wait at berth for more than 2 hours after completion of discharging or 3 hours after completion of loading, except due to Pilot boarding delays. Any additional time at berth will attract Penal Berth Hire.

  10. Warping/Shifting may have to be undertaken by the vessel due to operational reasons for which the vessel agent will have to give a separate request to Port authorities.

4. Performance Criteria*
  1. All vessels will adhere to the minimum discharge rates given in the table below. Any additional time used for discharge will attract Penal Berth Hire.

  2. If the vessel is not able to utilize the lines when more than 1 pipeline is offered for discharge, then, Penal Berth Hire will be applicable for the time that could have been saved as per rates mentioned below.

  3. If the performance criteria cannot be met due to any preventive or breakdown maintenance of ETTPLa's facilities, such durations shall not be counted for the purpose of Performance Criteria. Further, ETTPL shall not be responsible for any demurrage arising out of the above. However, no Berth Hire Charges will be applicable during such periods.

  4. Product

    Diameter of pipeline offerred

    Average Rates of discharge

    LPG - Butane

    18"

    400 MT/Hr

    LPG - Propane

    18"

    400 MT/Hr

    HSD

    24"

    900 KL/Hr

    MS

    24"

    700 KL/Hr

    MS

    12"

    400 KL/Hr

    SKO/ATF

    12"

    400 KL/Hr

    Chemicals

    8"

    200 KL/Hr

    Propylene Oxide

    10"

    250 KL/Hr

    CBFS

    24"

    1200 MT/Hr

    Furnace Oil

    24"

    700 MT/Hr

    Lube Oil

    12"

    250 KL/Hr


  5. In case the vessel discharges more than 1 parcel/product, then, the performance criteria as mentioned above shall be calculated on all the products/parcels together of that vessel and penalty, if any, shall be levied accordingly.

  6. Pigging :

    1. Pigging requests shall not be entertained between 2 grades of the same product discharged through the same pipeline. If the client insists on pigging between 2 grades of the same product, it will attract penalty, payable by the product owner, equivalent to the Penal Berth Hire charges.

    2. For tank farms located outside the port boundary, any extra time taken for pigging resulting in delay of the vessel at the berth will attract penalty, payable by the product owner, equivalent to the Penal Berth Hire charges.

5. Penal Berth Hire Charges*

Penal Berth Hire charges shall be levied at 4 times the normal Berth Hire charges for all the extra time at berth.


6. Preferential/Priority Berthing

The following rules shall be applicable for Preferential/Priority Berthing w.e.f. 1st July 2015 :

  1. The customer/vessel agent shall have opted for preferential/priority berthing and made a written request 48 hours before arrival of the vessel at the anchorage at Kamarajar Port, to email id : etaettpl@imc.net.in.

  2. A vessel chartered/owned by ETTPL, its holding company or any of the holding company's subsidiaries will be given preferential berthing..

  3. All dues to the Port shall have been paid..

  4. At the time of requesting Preference or Priority Berthing, the customer shall have paid Preference or Priority Berthing charges, Wharfage, Berth Hire, Pipeline charges and all other dues with respect to the vessel/product being discharged or loaded/stored.

  5. A vessel opting for preferential/priority berthing shall comply with all the conditions stated for "arrived for berthing (FCFS)" at the time of giving notice of arrival.

  6. If a vessel wishing to opt for preferential/priority berthing has more than 1 customer's parcels, then, all the customers who have parcels for discharge at MLT - ETTPL, shall have agreed for preferential/priority and have paid the relevant charges in advance, as stipulated above.

  7. Once preferential/priority berthing has been accorded to a vessel, she will be eligible to berth once the vessel at the berth at the time of her arrival, finishes discharging and vacates the berth..

  8. In case more than 1 vessel opts for preferential/priority berthing, the vessel which opts first will be considered for preferential/priority berthing.

  9. In any event, a vessel in the queue "arrived for berthing (FCFS)",should not be by-passed more than once during any particular call at the Port. Provided that, in case of possibility of double berthing, the berthing of 2nd vessel shall not be construed as having by-passed other vessels and 50% of priority berthing charges are payable by the second vessel unless the second vessel is next in the queue in which case no priority berthing charges are payable by such vessel.

  10. This by-pass condition (clause no.9 above) shall not be applicable to vessels which have refused to berth on its turn or has joined a queue again after part discharge.

  11. ETTPL reserves the right to oust any non-performing vessel as per the criteria laid down in the SOR, after having been accorded priority berthing.

  12. In case a vessel which has been accorded preferential/priority berthing withdraws its request due to any reason whatsoever, 50% of the Priority Berthing Charges will be levied.

  13. ETTPL shall have the right to refuse priority berthing without assigning any reason whatsoever.

  14. Preferential/Priority Berthing Charges*

    The following Priority Berthing Charges are payable at the time of opting for Preference or Priority Berthing, in addition to the normal charges payable

    GT of the vessel

    Priority Berthing Charges

    <10,000

    2 times Wharfage

    ≥10,000

    1 time Wharfage


    * Note: Penal berth hire charges is put on hold till further notice

    7. General
    1. Vessels shall comply with the provisions of ISGOTT Ship Shore Safety Checklist at all times.

    2. The vessel's engines and steering gear should be ready for use at any time.

    3. Vessel shall not be granted permission for immobilization of engines at any time when alongside ETTPL berth.

    4. The vessel will place a proper gangway / MOT gangway with safety nets to enable safe access to the jetty.

    5. No repair work will be allowed on the open decks of the tanker at any time when she is alongside.

    6. Lowering of lifeboats, etc. will not be allowed when alongside.