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  • 1. MSCHQ Engineering Logistics and Analysis Branch N712 Who we are: Bob Van Jones Cristina Zarate-Byers Julie Backiel John Burkhardt Nick DeAngelis Ed Guevara Alicia Pauls
  • 2. N712 Contracts
  • 3. American Bureau of Shipping (ABS)
  • 4. MSC’s ABS Contract ABS Services  Engineering Services related to vessel classification and certification  Surveyor services related to vessel classification and certification ABS Contract (N00033-08-D-8014)  1 Year Contract with 4 – 1 Year options  IDIQ (Indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity) Contract. Provides for an indefinite quantity of supplies or services during a fixed period of time. Minimum and maximum quantity limits are specified in the basic contract as either number of units (for supplies) or as dollar values (for services).  MSC COR: Alicia Pauls  Backup COR: Julie Backiel
  • 5. ABS Pricing Pricing for ABS services based on published industry-wide fee schedules identified in MSC/ABS contract  Engineering Services Fee $150.00/hr  Surveyor Services Fee $157.00/hr  ABS contract is level of effort in nature (i.e. MSC only is billed for services actually rendered vice estimated level of effort.  NO TDL = NO SERVICE
  • 6. Pittsburgh Paint and Glass (PPG)
  • 7. Paint Contract  Paint Supply Contract (N00033-09-D-8010)  1 Year Contract with 4 -1 Year options  IDIQ (Indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity) Contract. Provides for an indefinite quantity of supplies or services during a fixed period of time. Minimum and maximum quantity limits are specified in the basic contract as either number of units (for supplies) or as dollar values (for services).  Provides: Paints, solvents, cleaners, tech service, service calls/training, and reports.  Prices adjust annually via Economic Price Adjustment
  • 8. Key Players in Paint Contract  Military Sealift Command  John Burkhardt - COR  Nick DeAngelis – Backup COR  PPG  Spence Andrews – Program Manager  Stephen Epple – Technical Manager
  • 9. Quick Delivery of Products Ordered for Ship Stores  Deliveries are made to Main Ports 3-5 days  Main Ports: Boston, Leonardo, Baltimore, Norfolk, Charleston, Jacksonville, Port Canaveral, Pascagoula, New Orleans, Corpus Christi, Tacoma, Portland, San Francisco, San Diego, Long Beach, Pearl Harbor, Guam, Yokohama, Sasebo, Singapore, UAE, Gaeta, Rota, Freemantle.  Non Main Ports are listed in zones and zone delivery is 10 days  PPG is required to make product deliveries to Main Ports. Deliveries to other than Main Ports is optional.
  • 10. Products Made Simple  There are 29 main different products that ships force and port engineers must work with (doesn’t include all the colors to choose from).  Types of Coating Systems: Underwater hull, Topsides, Non- Skid, Membrane, Void, Cofferdams, Ballast Tanks, Sanitary Tanks, Petroleum Tanks, Potable Water Tanks, Interior, Marking, Heat Resisting, Rust Penetrating, Fire Retardant.  Every ship receives a PPG Paint Handbook which provides the Product Data Sheets, Paint Coating Systems Spreadsheet, Cross Reference Guide, Poster, Rapid Response Color Card.  Ships presently can swap paint with one another because they all use the same products.
  • 11. Services  Tech Reps  Tech Reps assure quality by monitoring shipyard application of products.  They are extra set of eyes and ears for Port Engineers. They can help with spec development.  Tech Reps make ship visits to answer paint questions, troubleshoot paint and corrosion problems, and provide training.  Request for Estimates (RFE)  For shipyard/industrial availabilities MSC requests contractor support in determining the amount of products needed
  • 12. Warranty  If a paint system fails, a warranty covers material, tech rep services to apply the paint, and hull cleaning for antifouling paint that fouls heavily on 20% or more of the hull within two years.  The warranty also applies to unused paint in the can if the crew or shipyard opens the can and finds it defective before the shelf life has expired or if product fails within two years of application.
  • 13. Shell Lube Oil
  • 14. Lube Oil Contract  Lube Oil Supply Contract (N00033-09-D-8002)  1 Year Contract with 3-1 Year options  IDIQ (Indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity) Contract. Provides for an indefinite quantity of supplies or services during a fixed period of time. Minimum and maximum quantity limits are specified in the basic contract as either number of units (for supplies) or as dollar values (for services).  Provides: Lube oil, greases, training, service calls, tech services, and reports.  Price adjusts semi-annually via Economic Price Adjustment.
  • 15. Key Players in Lube Oil Contract  Military Sealift Command  Ed Guevara - COR  Nick DeAngelis – Backup COR  Shell Marine Oil  Bob Murphy – Program Manager  Heyda Perez – Customer Representative
  • 16. Quick Delivery of Products  Deliveries are made within 3-7 days to Named Ports:  Main Ports: Boston, Leonardo, Baltimore, Norfolk, Charleston, Jacksonville, Port Canaveral, Pascagoula, Violet, Corpus Christi, Houston, Tacoma, Portland, San Francisco, San Diego, Long Beach, Pearl Harbor, Guam, Yokohama, Sasebo, Singapore, UAE, Rota, Bahrain, Subic Bay, Balboa.  Main Ports-Barge Deliveries: Norfolk, Charleston, New Orleans, San Diego, Jacksonville, Singapore, Sasebo, Yokohama, Fujariah, Rota.  Shell’s Port Guide defines products and delivery methods available in non-named ports and delivery timeframes.
  • 17. Service Calls  Initial - New MSC ships delivered from shipyard  Periodic – Upon request by the Government  Review MSC/Shell Handbook  Review Lube Chart  Questions & Concerns  Assistance with lubrication procedures  Emergency - on demand
  • 18. Polaris – Lube Oil Analysis
  • 19. Lube Oil Analysis Contract  Lube Oil Analysis Contract (N00033-09-D-8011)  1 Year Contract with 4-1 Year options  Requirements Contract  Provides: Testing of Lube oil
  • 20. Key Players in Lube Oil Analysis Contract  Military Sealift Command  Ed Guevara - COR  Nick DeAngelis – Backup COR  Polaris  Jason Papacek – Program Manager
  • 21. Lube Oil Sampling Process  Ships obtain lube oil samples based on the periodicity requirements established in SAMM.  Ship submits the sample bottle to the lab using the sample bottle kit and mailers obtained through the Fuel Oil and Lube Oil Handling Equipment Contract.
  • 22. MSC Oil Test Slates Test Slate 1 Viscosity, water. TBN, Spectrochemical Analysis, Fuel Dilution, Oxidation by IR, Insolubles Test Slate 2 Viscosity, Water, Spectrochemical Analysis, TAN, Particle Count Test Slate 3 Viscosity, Water, Spectrochemical Analysis, TAN Test Slate 4 Viscosity, Water, Spectrochemical Analysis, TAN, Direct Reading Ferrography Test Slate 5 Viscosity, Water, TBN for diesel engine oils or TAN for non-diesel engine oils, Spectrochemical Analysis Test Slate 1 – Diesel Engines Test Slate 2 – Vital Hydraulic Systems and Gas Turbine Engines Test Slate 3 – Non-vital Hydraulic Systems, Circulating Oil Systems, Air Compressors, HVAC Compressors, Bearing systems Test Slate 4 – Gear oil systems Test Slate 5 – New oil testing Lab will test sample based on what type of sample it is based on below
  • 23. Data Development  Polaris Lab will perform testing and will input all data into a prescribed XML format, which then inputs the information into the SAMM system.  The COR will then go into SAMM and bring up the Oil Analysis Program (OAS) to make recommendations on what needs to be done to the oil tested based on the results.  Recommendations sent to the Chief Engineer (CE) on the ship. It is only a recommendation because it is the CE call on what he does aboard his engine room
  • 24. Oil Analysis Data in SAMM
  • 25. Drew-Marine
  • 26. Chemical Contract  Chemical Contract (N00033-07-D-8003)  1 Year Contract with 4-1Year options  Requirements/IDIQ type contract  Provides: Chemicals, Tech Services, Service/Calls, Training, reports, Foam Analysis, Industrial Gases, Third Party products, Fuel Analysis, Chemical Analysis.
  • 27. Key Players in Chemical Contract  Military Sealift Command  COR – Nick DeAngelis  Backup COR - Julie Backiel  Drew-Marine  Program Manager -Patrick Lynch  Technical Manager - Kevin Gilbert  Fuel Engineer - Albert Leyson
  • 28. Drew-Marine’s Products  Drew-Marine Supplies All Chemicals to Maintain Critical Equipment WORLDWIDE.  Diesel Coolant Treatments  Boiler Water Treatments  Cooling Water Biocides  Fuel Testing and Treatments  Evaporator (Distiller) Treatment Chemicals  Test Kits & Dosing Equipment  Potable Water Treatments  Refrigerants, Industrial Gases  Fire Fighting Foam Concentrates
  • 29. Drew-Marine Service Calls  Initial Service Call  First Contact  Routine Service Calls  Twice Each Calendar Year  Emergency Service Calls  On Demand  Distance Support
  • 30. Fuel Oil Analysis  Will be removed off Chemical contract and made into its own contract in March 2012  OILTEST – Drew-Marine’s contracted fuel oil analysis laboratory  Purpose:  Detect impurities to allow intervention before burning  Detect Off-specification fuel to prevent damage to equipment prior to burning  Detect Incompatibilities to prevent sludge formation in storage  F-76 Test Slate, MGO, RME, RMG, Storage Stability Test
  • 31. Oiltest Marine Services - Marine Fuels Analysis Report  Vessel Name M/V USNS PILILAAU  Port Bunkered BEAUMONT  Date Bunkered 2/22/2008  Suppliers Name BUNKER FUEL  Grade MSC DMA (MOD) Result Specification  Density, kg/m3 @ 15C 874.5 890.0 Max  Viscosity cSt @ 40C: 2.6 1.5 6.0 Min / Max  Flash Point, Deg C 69.4 6 0.0 Min  Pour Point, Deg C -24 0 Max  Sulfur, %m/m 0.2 1.00 Max  Cetane Number: 40.6 40  MCR, % m/m 0 0.30 Max  Ash, % m/m 0.00 0.010 Max  Total Sed, Exis., % m/m: 0.00 Max  Water, % v/v 0.00 Max  Vanadium, mg/kg 0  Sodium, mg/kg 0  Silicon, mg/kg 0  Aluminum, mg/kg 0  Appearance: CLEAR and BRIGHT This sample analysis has met and is within all of the Marine Fuel specifications for the grade as stated.
  • 32. Fuel Treatment  AMERGIZE®  Residual Fuel Treatment  Improves combustion and limits production of deposits  AMERGY XLS  Low sulfur additive  Concentrated lubricity additive  AMERSTAT® 25  Fuel Oil Biocide  AMERGY® 222  Fuel Oil Conditioner  Minimizes Fuel Instability and Incompatibility
  • 33. MARPOL and MSC Sampling Requirements  Primary Sample: representative sample of fuel delivered to the ship. The following samples are derived from the primary sample:  Representative/Retained (MARPOL) sample  Retained until fuel is consumed or 12 month, whichever is greater  Supplier sample  Offered to the supplier of fuel  Off-ship fuel quality sample  Sent to ashore lab for testing and analysis  Retest sample  Required in case retesting of the Off-ship sample is needed. Retained onboard for 90 days or until fuel is consumed, whichever is greater
  • 34. Current Sulphur Requirements  ECA – 1% max  Global – 4.5% max  California – Requires use of MGO 1.5% max within 24 miles of coastline (state only has 3 mile limit for jurisdiction so 24 miles being challenged in court)  EU territories – any marine fuel used by inland waterway vessels and ships “at berth” must not exceed .1% max  Only applies to generation of electricity  Allows 2 hours after berthing for a change-over  If max .1% S gas not on board, it is to be supplied immediately after berthing  If requested by port authority, vessel to provide sample of fuel used at berth
  • 35. Future Sulphur Requirments  IMO MARPOL 73/78 Annex VI  2012 North America ECA to go into effecf (200 nautical miles of territorial sea baseline)  Jan 1, 2012 – global sulphur cap to 3.5% max  Jan 1, 2015 – lower sulphur limit in an ECA to .1% max  Jan 1, 2020 – lower global sulphur cap to .5% max, could be pushed to Jan 1, 2025
  • 36. Bunker Delivery Note  The BDN shall contain at a minimum the following information:  Name and IMO number of receiving ship.  Port of bunkering.  Date of commencement of delivery.  Name, address and telephone number of fuel supplier.  Product name(s).  Quantity (metric tons) of bunkers delivered.  Density at 15°C (kg/m³).  Sulfur content (% m/m) A declaration signed and certified by the fuel oil supplier’s representative that the fuel oil supplied is in conformity with the requirements of Annex VI.  BDN retained on the ship for 3 years after delivery
  • 37. Fuel Oil and Lube Oil Handling Contract
  • 38. Chase Supply  Fuel and Lube Oil Handling Equipment Contract (N00033-10-D-8005)  Small business  1 Year Contract with 3-1 Year options  IDIQ (Indefinite delivery/indefinite quantity) Contract. Provides for an indefinite quantity of supplies or services during a fixed period of time. Minimum and maximum quantity limits are specified in the basic contract as either number of units (for supplies) or as dollar values (for services).
  • 39. Key Players in FOLO Contract  Military Sealift Command  COR – Julie Backiel  Back-up COR-Alicia Pauls  Chase Supply  Program Manager –Dave Weeda  Customer Representative – Warner Enos
  • 40. Chase Supply Products  Sampling materials and testing equipment to support MSC’s fuel oil and used lube oil analysis testing programs  Products  Fuel Oil Sample Bottle Kits to comply with MARPOL regulations  Lube Oil Sample Shipping Containers and Express Mailers  Shipboard Fuel/Lube Oil Sample Devices  Fluid Sampling Pump Kit  Shipboard Test Kits: Kittiwake Oil Test Center, Anton Paar Density meter
  • 41. Fuel Oil Sample Bottle Kits for MARPOL Requirements  1L bottles with serialized tags  Prepaid mailers and boxes  Bottle labels
  • 42. CMEO Training http://63.219.124.12/cmeoclasssignup/cmeo.htm Schedule  Oct 18-22, 2010 2nd/3rds CMEO for Junior Engineers  Nov 15-19, 2010 CHENG/1st CMEO for Senior Engineers  Dec 14-16, 2010 All Intro SAMM, CM, PENG  Jan 24-28, 2011 PEs, SPEs Deck & Port Engineers  Feb 14-18, 2011 2nd/3rds CMEO for Junior Engineers  Mar 21-25, 2011 CHENG/1st CMEO for Senior Engineers  Apr 18-22, 2011 PEs, SPEs Deck & Port Engineers  May 16-20, 2011 2nd/3rds CMEO for Junior Engineers  Jun 13-17, 2011 CHENG/1st CMEO for Senior Engineers  Jul 12-14, 2011 All Intro SAMM, CM, PENG  Aug 15-19, 2011 PEs, SPEs Deck & Port Engineers  Sep 19-23, 2011 2nd/3rds CMEO for Junior Engineers  Oct 17-21, 2011 CHENG/1st CMEO for Senior Engineers  Nov 14-18, 2011 PEs, SPEs Deck & Port Engineers  Dec 13-15, 2011 All Intro SAMM, CM, PENG
  • 43. Ordering Procedures  Originator (Chief Engineer or Port Engineer) submits order request via email by using the associated commodities Order Form.  ABS  Paint  Chemical  Lube Oil  FOLO
  • 44. Orders Mailbox  MSCHQ-N7_Orders.fct@navy.mil  Orders inbox monitored through each business day by N712 staff  Objective is to process all orders on business day of receipt, if possible  E-mail confirming order placement sent to originator with TDL  Verbal direction to proceed can be issued by COR before TDL is created in urgent situations. Without a TDL or verbal authorization from the COR Vendor can not supply order or service.  Can request most up-to-date order form by sending email to emailbox
  • 45. Questions  Any other information you need that wasn’t addressed?  Interest in PEs having a Paint or ABS training class being held in near future?

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