A-BOTAS (CEYHAN) TERMINALOPERATED BY: Botas Petroleum Pipeline CorporationADDRESS: Botas Limani, P.O.Box 73, 01944 Ceyhan-Adana, TurkeyTELEPHONE: (326) 744 55 77 / 4 linesFAX: (326) 744 55 84LOCATION: 36° 53' N, 35° 56' EABOUT BOTAS: The Head Office of Botaþ is located in Ankara. The Ankara District Management in Yapracýk - Ankara and the Ceyhan District Management in Yumurtalýk - Ceyhan both directly report to the General Directorate. Besides, the Dörtyol Operation Management is located in Dörtyol - Ýskenderun and the LNG (Liquefied Natural Gas) Import Terminal Operation Management is located in Marmara Ereðlisi - Tekirdað. Botaþ's original business of transportation of crude oil by pipelines has expanded to cover the natural gas transportation and trade activities since 1987. Hence, the company has gained a trade company identity. Currently, the company holds monopoly in import, distribution, pricing and sale of natural gas in Turkey. In 1995, the article of "to carry out all kinds of petroleum related activities such as exploration, drilling, production, transportation, storage and rafining, for the purpose of providing crude oil and natural gas from abroad" was added to the field of activities of Botaþ which had been defined as: "to construct and have constructed all types of pipelines for petroleum, petroleum products, and natural gas within and outside of Turkey; to take over, purchase or lease those pipelines that have already been built; to transport petroleum, petroleum products and natural gas through the pipelines and to purchase and sell the crude oil and natural gas transported in the pipelines."THE IRAQ - TURKEY CRUDE OIL PIPELINE: The Iraq - Turkey Crude Oil Pipeline System transports the oil produced in Kirkuk and other areas of Iraq to the Ceyhan (Yumurtalýk) Marine Terminal. The pipeline system with an annual transport capacity of 35 Million tons was commissioned in 1976. The capacity of the line was increased to 46.5 Million tons/year through the First Expansion Project, the construction of which was started in 1983 and completed in 1984. With the completion of the Second Pipeline, which is parallel to the first one, the annual capacity reached 70.9 Million tons as of 1987. It is served by two pipelines. Total length of the pipeline is 1.876 km. 1st Line 345 km in Iraq plus 641 km in Turkey and 2nd Line 234 km in Iraq plus 656 km in Turkey.The operation of the pipeline system was suspended on August 1990, in conjunction with the embargo imposed on Iraq by the United Nations. The suspension was ceased under the agreement of UN and Iraq on May 1996 and limited oil export was allowed. Crude oil loading activities was started on December 16, 1996 according to the UN Resolution. 285,715,626 barrels (38,747,770 tons) of oil was transported in 2000 by Iraq-Turkey Crude Oil Pipeline under the United Nations Resolutions. A total of 1.008.767.195 barrels (136.077.798 ton) of Iraqi oil have been transported between December 1996 and December 2000. 230.855 Thousand barrels of oil was transported by this line in 2001PORT DESCRIPTION: The Botas harbour is operated under the Authority of Boats harbour Master and the harbour area is the sea area North of a line between;a)36 52 12 N, 35 55 07 E b) 36 50 36 N, 35 56 06 E c) 36 51 30 N, 35 58 30 E d) 36 53 25 N, 35 56 41 Ee)36 49 48 N, 36 10 00 E f) 36 34 40 N, 35 45 00 E g) 36 40 30 N, 35 39 20 E.Botas Terminal, Toros Terminal, Delta terminal, Dortyol Terminal, Bayraktar Terminal and Aygaz Terminal are in Botas Port limits.ANCHORAGES: There are 2 areas for tankers near the terminals. Tanker Anchorage Areas;(I) a1) 36 53 02N, 36 00 00E b1) 36 49 30N, 35 57 04E c1) 36 49 00N, 35 59 40E d1) 36 52 36N, 36 02 05E(II) a2) 36 51 50N, 36 04 50E b2) 36 50 00N, 36 05 05E c2) 36 50 00N, 36 06 52E d2) 36 51 50N, 36 06 20ERESTRICTION: Berthing and unberthing possible at any time day or night, weather conditions permitting. However vessels over 100.000 dwt are not allowed to berth No.4 after sunset.PILOTAGE: compulsory for mooring and unmooring by day or night. Pilot will meet the ships 2 miles south from the end of the jetty in the anchorage area. After the ship has berthed the Pilot /Loading master stays on the ship and requires a separate cabin.TOWAGE: 5 tugboats available to assist in berthing and unberthing. Depending on weather and having regard for safety conditions, additional tugs may be assigned by Botas or port master's office or requested by vessel.WORKING HOURS: operates 24 hours a day year round.DENSITY: salt water 1027.FRESH WATER: available at jetty.Rate 25 tph.BUNKER: not available alongside. Available only by barges at anchorage.AIRPORT: At Adana distance 75 km from the port.BALLAST: Max. ballast discharge rate 5.000 cu.m.p.h.Shore ballast tanks capacity 65.000 cu.m.Vessels shall not discharge into the water of the port any part of the content of their cargo, slop or ballast tanks or bilges which is liable to pollute these waters. Ballast water must be declared and signed by the Master and delivered to the terminal to this effect. Ship must not be swept or washed overboard.GARBAGE DISPOSAL: daily service available to vessels alongside and at anchor.WASTE OIL DISPOSAL: collection service is available. A waste oil refining station has been installed near the fuel tanks of the steel works and trucks are used to transport waste oil from ship to the oil station.OTHER INFORMATION: All information about "Harbour Regulations" and "International Oil Tanker and Terminal Safety Guide" given to Master after berthing. The main engines of all vessels while at the berth shall be kept ready for immediate use. Fire Fighting Equipment must be adequately manned for fire-fighting and vacating the berth in case of an emergency.BERTHING: Four loading berths available.

1 (Outer East)300.00021.6035515.0004x 20 in
2 (Outer West)300.00021.6035515.0004x 20 in
3 (Inner East)150.00016.703008.5004x16 in
4 (Inner West)150.00016.703008.5004x16 in
LOADING: Two grades of oil are loaded in BOTAS;1-Kirkuk blend Crude Oil (API 36.95-35.98 and temp. 80F-105F)2-Basrah Light Crude Oil (API 34.97-33.05 and temp. 80F-150F)Loading rates requested by the vessel or quoted by the terminal will be the peak or max.rate at any time during the loading period.

B-DORTYOL BOTAS TERMINALOPERATED BY: Botas Petroleum Pipeline CorporationADDRESS: Botas Limani, P.O.Box 73, 01944 Ceyhan-Adana, TurkeyTELEPHONE: (326) 744 55 77 / 4 linesFAX: (326) 744 55 84LOCATION: 36° 51' 42 N, 36° 08' 28" E (see Iskenderun Bay)PORT DESCRIPTION: in the Botas (Ceyhan) Terminal. All other items same as Botas Ceyhan Terminal.BERTHING: There is one berth for tankers. Vessels moor with anchors forward and lines aft.BALLAST: capacity max. 15.000 ton.

C- AYGAZ (CEYHAN) TERMINALOPERATED BY: AYGAZ A.S.TELEFONE: (326) 734 16 01 / 2 linesFAX: (326) 734 16 03LOCATION: 36° 45' 05" N, 36° 10' 10" E (see Iskenderun Bay)PORT DESCRIPTION: Aygaz terminal is operated under Authority Botas.BERTHING: There are 2 berths. Each berth consists of 2 buoys aft. Ships use both anchors from their bow.Outher Berth; max. 80.000 dwt. For LPG.Inner Berth; max.8.000 dwt. For LPG.

D- MILANGAZ (DORTYOL) TERMINALOPERATED BY: MILANGAZ TIC. VE SAN. A.S.TELEFONE: (326) 734 25 45FAX: (326) 734 25 53LOCATION: 36° 50' 04" N, 36° 09' 36" E (see Iskenderun Bay)PORT DESCRIPTION: MILANGAZ terminal is operated under Authority Botas.BERTHING: There are 1 berth. Ships use both anchors from their bow.

E- BP GAZ (DORTYOL) TERMINALOPERATED BY: BP GAZ A.S.TELEFONE: (326) 734 27 67FAX: (326) 734 27 81LOCATION: 36° 50' 04" N, 36° 09' 36" E (see Iskenderun Bay)PORT DESCRIPTION: BP Gaz terminal is operated under Authority Botas.BERTHING: Ships use both anchors from their bow.

F-BAYRAKTAR TERMINALOPERATED BY: Botas Petroleum Pipeline CorporationLOCATION: 36° 54' 24 N, 35° 58' 18" E (see Iskenderun Bay)PORT DESCRIPTION: in the Botas (Ceyhan) Terminal. The terminal is under construction.

DOCUMENTS AND GENERAL VIEWS: vessels are to call at Iskenderun for Saniatary, Custom and Immýgration clearance after which they will sail to terminal; please see "A General View of Turkish Ports" in the ports of Turkey section.