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AGIBA Disaster Early Warning And Emergency preparedness. By. Mamdouh Tolba ITC General Manager. Atef Madkour HSE General Manager. AGIBA Petroleum Company IS One Of The Exploration Production Company In EGYPT Working In The Gulf of SUEZ And western Desert.

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Agiba disaster early warning and emergency preparedness
AGIBA Disaster Early Warning And Emergency preparedness

By

Mamdouh Tolba ITC General Manager

Atef Madkour HSE General Manager


AGIBA Petroleum Company

IS One Of The Exploration

Production Company In EGYPT

Working In The Gulf of SUEZ

And western Desert.


AGIBA Management Is Considering ITC An Integral Part Of The Business and Performance Enabler Tool For All Company Activities.

The STAFF In AGIBA Is An Asset , Treasure Where We Have To Take Care About.

The DATA Is another Asset Where it’s Value Exceed The Value Of Oil Barrels.

Saving Life Of The Man Working In An Difficult Environment Is One Of The Major Objectives Of ITC In AGIBA.

AGIBA Management Are Completely Convinced That

FASTER COMMUNICATION=LESS DISASTER.


MATRUH Business and Performance Enabler Tool For All Company Activities.

0

100 km.

AGIBA Development Leases

M E D I T E R R A N E A N S E A

ALEX.

MELEIHA

EL HAMRA

M.P

Hamra

CAIRO

AGHAR

ZARIF

W. ASHRAFI

EL FARAS

RAML

ASHRAFI

& R.SW

RED SEA

QATTARA DEP.

W E S T E R N D E S E R T


Aghar Business and Performance Enabler Tool For All Company Activities.

Hamra

Mid-Point

Zarif

Meleiha

Raml

Faras


Scalability Business and Performance Enabler Tool For All Company Activities.

Security

Availability

Our Needs

To Fulfil

  • Faster Data And Voice Communication.

  • Improving the Voice quality.

  • Increasing both BW & number of Voice Channels


Solution overview

The solution consists of deploying Broadband Wireless Technology (BBW) in combination with Telecom Egypt Fiber Optic (FO) as well as the recently repaired Agiba FO cable linking Meleiha to El Hamra via Mid-Point.

Upgrade the Local Area Networks in the various OL by introducing Cisco based IP Telephony and Wi-Fi technology, Video Conferencing.

Provide high speed link (Wi-Max) to the Rigs operating in the vicinity of Meleiha, Aghar and Faras (18Mbps up to 30Km distance).

The aggregated bandwidth within the Western Desert OL will be more than 48Mbps and 8Mbps to Cairo Head Quarter with 99,999% availability.

Solution Overview


Phase one Technology (BBW) in combination with Telecom Egypt Fiber Optic (FO) as well as the recently repaired Agiba FO cable linking Meleiha to El Hamra via Mid-Point.

Ashrafi concession

Phase two

Western desert operation locations

AGIBA ITC PROJECT


Phase one Technology (BBW) in combination with Telecom Egypt Fiber Optic (FO) as well as the recently repaired Agiba FO cable linking Meleiha to El Hamra via Mid-Point.

Ashrafi concession

AGIBA ITC PROJECT


PHASE ONE Technology (BBW) in combination with Telecom Egypt Fiber Optic (FO) as well as the recently repaired Agiba FO cable linking Meleiha to El Hamra via Mid-Point.

Fiber Optic Cable (F/O) between

Nasr City Exchange and A.H.Q

Nasr City

Central

AGIBA H.Q

Fiber Optic Cable


VPN Technology (BBW) in combination with Telecom Egypt Fiber Optic (FO) as well as the recently repaired Agiba FO cable linking Meleiha to El Hamra via Mid-Point.

Ieoc

LAN

Phase one to improve the connection With Agiba H.Q

PBX

NASRC.CENTRAL

3xE1

ISP

Internet

1xE1

1xE1

1xE1

2xE1

F/O

Cisco Router 28xx

PSTN

2 x MUX w/ 4E1 each

2 x MUX w/ 4E1 each

4xE1

2xE1

Core Switch

HDSL Modem SUCO

HDSL Modem Ashrafi

Servers

IP Gateway

PBX

PC/Printers

AGIBA HQ

LAN

ASHRAFI


Phase two Technology (BBW) in combination with Telecom Egypt Fiber Optic (FO) as well as the recently repaired Agiba FO cable linking Meleiha to El Hamra via Mid-Point.

Western desert operation locations

AGIBA ITC UPGRADE


Aghar Technology (BBW) in combination with Telecom Egypt Fiber Optic (FO) as well as the recently repaired Agiba FO cable linking Meleiha to El Hamra via Mid-Point.

Hamra

Mid-Point

Zarif

Meleiha

Raml

Faras


Ras ElHekma Technology (BBW) in combination with Telecom Egypt Fiber Optic (FO) as well as the recently repaired Agiba FO cable linking Meleiha to El Hamra via Mid-Point.

10 Km

32 Km

40 Km

S. Rahman

40 Km

20m

100m

Tarek (Khalda)

40m

83 Km

Hamra

54 Km

Meleiha

M.P

83 Km

53 Km

14 Km

F/O Cable from Cairo

20m

15m

20m

7 Km

Aghar

R1

Zarif

20m

58 Km

78 Km

R2

30 Km

TLC Mast

15m

TLC Tower

15m

Telecom Egypt FO

Raml

Faras

BB Wireless

Agiba ITC PROJECT OVERVIEW


Agiba ITC PROJECT OVERVIEW Technology (BBW) in combination with Telecom Egypt Fiber Optic (FO) as well as the recently repaired Agiba FO cable linking Meleiha to El Hamra via Mid-Point.

Ras Elhekma

PSTN 40m

8Mbps

El-Hamra

Tarik 100m

Sister Company

Sidi Abdrahman

PSTN

M.P

8Mbps

Meleiha

48Mbps

TE FO to

Cairo

Aghar

Repeatr B

Zarif

Repeater A

Rigs

B.B.W Point to Multipoint

B.B.W Point to Point

Fiber optic cable T.E

Raml

Faras

30m

Fiber optic cable Agiba


Emergency Preparedness Technology (BBW) in combination with Telecom Egypt Fiber Optic (FO) as well as the recently repaired Agiba FO cable linking Meleiha to El Hamra via Mid-Point.

and Response Planning


Purpose of emergency preparedness
Purpose of Emergency Preparedness Technology (BBW) in combination with Telecom Egypt Fiber Optic (FO) as well as the recently repaired Agiba FO cable linking Meleiha to El Hamra via Mid-Point.

To define responsibilities,

organizational arrangement and procedures

to be followed by personnel based in fields

in the event of an emergency


Purpose of emergency preparedness1
Purpose of Emergency Preparedness Technology (BBW) in combination with Telecom Egypt Fiber Optic (FO) as well as the recently repaired Agiba FO cable linking Meleiha to El Hamra via Mid-Point.

To develop and implement a

management system which, when activated

in any emergency situation will be able

to restrict the consequential losses

And …


Purpose of emergency preparedness2
Purpose of Emergency Preparedness Technology (BBW) in combination with Telecom Egypt Fiber Optic (FO) as well as the recently repaired Agiba FO cable linking Meleiha to El Hamra via Mid-Point.

To return operations back to normal ASAP


Stages in Emergency Planning Technology (BBW) in combination with Telecom Egypt Fiber Optic (FO) as well as the recently repaired Agiba FO cable linking Meleiha to El Hamra via Mid-Point.


Before Technology (BBW) in combination with Telecom Egypt Fiber Optic (FO) as well as the recently repaired Agiba FO cable linking Meleiha to El Hamra via Mid-Point. Planning

DuringResponse

After

Recovery


Before

Identify potential crisis scenarios, and their impact Technology (BBW) in combination with Telecom Egypt Fiber Optic (FO) as well as the recently repaired Agiba FO cable linking Meleiha to El Hamra via Mid-Point.

Before


Before1

Crisis scenarios may include: Technology (BBW) in combination with Telecom Egypt Fiber Optic (FO) as well as the recently repaired Agiba FO cable linking Meleiha to El Hamra via Mid-Point. - fire - spill - explosion - blow-out

Before


Before2

Identify all required resources Technology (BBW) in combination with Telecom Egypt Fiber Optic (FO) as well as the recently repaired Agiba FO cable linking Meleiha to El Hamra via Mid-Point.

Ensure availability when needed

Resources include: - Manpower - Equipment - Outside assistance

Before


Before3

Define roles and responsibilities Technology (BBW) in combination with Telecom Egypt Fiber Optic (FO) as well as the recently repaired Agiba FO cable linking Meleiha to El Hamra via Mid-Point. - Of all concerned personnel

Before


Before4

Train and conduct drills to ensure readiness to react Technology (BBW) in combination with Telecom Egypt Fiber Optic (FO) as well as the recently repaired Agiba FO cable linking Meleiha to El Hamra via Mid-Point. - All concerned personnel to participate

Before


Before5

Continuously update plan Technology (BBW) in combination with Telecom Egypt Fiber Optic (FO) as well as the recently repaired Agiba FO cable linking Meleiha to El Hamra via Mid-Point. - In accordance to changes

Before




CMT


Emergency Management Team to the plan Fields

EMT


Emergency control room

Used by the Emergency Management Team to the plan

An ECR cabinet, which has all necessary support facilities and equipment, is kept in the EC Room

Emergency Control Room


Communications general manager

Provide all necessary means of emergency communication to the plan

Communications General Manager


External assistance resources directory

Agencies that can provide support when needed to the plan

Includes:

Mutual Aid agreement participating companies

Government and non-government agencies (army, navy, air force, police, fire brigade, hospitals, etc.)

Contractors.

External Assistance Resources Directory


Media sensitive incidents

Nature of these incidents has the potential to damage to the planCompany imageUNLESSsituation is handled professionally

Media liaison is extremely important

Media Sensitive Incidents


Media sensitive incidents1

Incidents in or near environmentally sensitive areas to the plan

Incidents near areas of human habitation

Medical problems offshore

Helicopter or vessel accidents

Media Sensitive Incidents


Significant emergencies

Injured, missing or dead personnel to the plan

Falling from platforms

Rescue of people from the sea

Fire or explosion

Serious well control incident

Release or spill of toxic or flammable material

Significant Emergencies


Examples

Fires to the plan

Examples


Examples1
Examples to the plan

  • Explosion


Examples2
Examples to the plan

  • Spills


Examples3
Examples to the plan

  • Leaks


Examples4
Examples to the plan

  • Blow-outs


Why did they develop into disasters
Why did they develop to the plan into Disasters?

Poor emergency

response planning


Thanks
THANKS to the plan


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