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 Daily Port Update

Subject:Sabine/Neches Daily Update
Date:Friday, September 11, 2009
Priority:Normal
Notice:PILOT/TRAFFIC ADVISORIES:

AT THIS TIME, NO DAYLIGHT RESTRICTED VESSELS ARE SCHEDULED FOR
INBOUND OR OUTBOUND TRANSIT THE 11TH.

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Vessels that meet one of the following
criteria are considered daylight restricted.

85,000 Dead Weight or over
875 ft Length Over All or over
125 ft Beam or over

Please find the following updated daylight restriction times
from the Sabine Pilots for the Sabine/Neches Channel.

(INBOUND)

ExxonMobil 0500-1130 Hrs
Oil Tanking 0500-1200 Hrs
Sun Terminal 0500-1230 Hrs
Chevron 0500-1230 Hrs
Motiva Pt. Neches 0500-1330 Hrs
Total 0500-1330 Hrs

(OUTBOUND)

ExxonMobil 0600-1500 Hrs
Oil Tanking 0600-1530 Hrs
Sun Terminal 0600-1600 Hrs
Chevron 0600-1600 Hrs
Motiva Pt. Neches 0600-1700 Hrs
Total 0600-1700 Hrs
Fina Anchorage 0600-1730 Hrs

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CHANNEL DRAFT:MAX.40FT FW.
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AIRDRAFT :MAX. 136FT AT 40FT FW.(THREE BRIDGES)
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TERMINALS REQUIRING AIRDRAFT RESTRICTION:

PORT OF PORT ARTHUR
PABTEX/GLOBAL
PORT OF ORANGE
TOTAL
HUNTSMAN
MOTIVA-PT NECHES
UNOCAL/CHEVRON
OIL TANKING
DUPONT
TEPPCO
EXXONMOBIL REFIN. AND CHEMICAL.
PORT OF BEAUMONT

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U.S.C.G ADVISORIES:
YELLOW/ELEVATED - MARSEC 1

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WEATHER

Rain, Rain, And More Rain....

A surface trough near the Texas coast is interacting with a mid to to
upper level low pressure. This trough of low pressure will likely move
slowly to the north-northeast with widespread heavy rains spreading into
our area. In fact through Sunday, rainfall totals to near 10 inches will
be possible in isolated spots. With plenty of clouds, temperatures will
be below normal for afternoon highs.

Triangle Forecast....

Today.....Variable cloudiness with a 70 percent coverage of showers and
thunderstorms. Highs in the middle 80's. Winds east to southeast ar 3-
15 mph.

Tonight.......Variable cloudiness with a 40 percent coverage of showers
and thunderstorms by daybreak. Lows in the middle 70's. Winds mostly
east to southeast at 2-12 mph.

Marine Forecast For Friday.....

Seas......2-4 feet.
Winds.....E/SE 6-18 knots.
Bays......slightly choppy.
Water temp.....85.
Weather......Variable cloudiness with scattered showers and thunderstorms.
Outlook for Saturday.....Winds SE 6-24 knots. Seas 3-6 feet. Showers
and thunderstorms likely.

Sabine Pass Tides For Friday....

High........none
Low.........3:11 p.m.

Sunrise Friday.................6:58
Sunset Friday..................7:27
Notice posted on Friday, September 11, 2009

Disclaimer
For quality assurance purposes please note well that while the above information is regularly vetted for accuracy it is not intended to replace the local knowledge or expertise pertaining to port conditions of our marine operations personnel. Port précis should always be verified by contacting the corresponding marine department of a particular location for the most up-to-date information.