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29.09.2014

Chemical Tanker Committee (CTC)

Main aims: To further the interests of independent chemical tanker owners with regard to the continuous enhancement of relevant safety issues and commercial, pollution prevention and regulatory matters. To act as a resource group for INTERTANKO and wherever possible act as a link with the chemical industry and its organisations with the aim of ensuring that chemical tanker owners interests are...... Login to view this article

19.03.2014

Vetting Committee

Main aims : The Committee’s main aim is to foster INTERTANKO members’ interests in relation to inspections and screenings undertaken and performed by port state control, the United States Coast Guard, oil and chemical charterers, P&I Clubs, hull underwriters, and terminals, etc. with the long term goal of reducing the proliferation of multiple inspections. To this end the Committee: Continues t...... More

16.06.2011

INTERTANKO Safety, Technical and Environmental Committee (ISTEC)

INTERTANKO Safety, Technical and Environmental Committee (ISTEC) Aims: ·          Promote safety at sea and the protection of the environment through communication and sharing experience. ·          Foster co-operation with the IMO, IACS, OCIMF, ICS and other recognised bodies involved with tanker safety and the protection of the environment. ·          Represent INTERTANKO at IMO and other...... More

16.06.2011

Insurance & Legal Committee

Main issues:   Hull war risks cover Cover for acts of terrorism P&I reinsurance costs Recent developments in P&I and Hull & Machinery insurance Oil pollution liability/compensation Main aims:   The aim of the Committee is to further the common interests of the independent tanker industry with regards to all relevant insurance and liability issues particularly affecting tanker owners. The...... More

16.06.2011

INTERTANKO Offshore Tanker Committee (IOTC)

  Main Aims: •    Represent the interests of owners of shuttle tankers, FPSOs and FSUs •    Provide regulatory updates •    Be a forum for the exchange of safety information •    Develop training programmes and address common safety issues.   Main Issues: •   Promoting the INTERTANKO Risk Minimisation Guidelines for Shuttle Tanker Operations Worldwide at Offshore Locations •    Undertaking...... More

16.06.2011

Worldscale and Market Committee

Aims: To ensure that any schedule of nominal freight rates should be as useful for comparison purposes as is practicable To keep under review the Schedule of Nominal Freight Rates published by the Worldscale Association or any other standard of reference intended to be used for the comparison of rates and market levels To co-operate and develop a constructive dialogue with such interested parti...... More

16.06.2011

Short Sea Tanker Group

Aims: To provide a forum for independent short sea tanker owners to enable world wide commercial, operational, and other tanker issues to be addressed, paying due regard to projects/work-programmes of INTERTANKO Committees and external bodies To co-operate and develop dialogues with charterers, port authorities, terminal operators, the IMO and other parties To create a sound basis for solving...... More

16.06.2011

Bunker Sub-Committee

Aims: Encourage better understanding of bunker related issues for the membership. Give guidance to enable the promotion of the interests of Members with regard to bunker issues, including health and safety issues as well as environmental protection issues. Keep Members updated on a regular basis through the Weekly News. Issues: Air pollution from ships including Emission Trading Quality of...... More

16.06.2011

Environmental Committee

INTERTANKO established the Environmental sub-Committee in 1996 to develop its understanding on environmental issues and to participate in an informed manner, so that the issues directly effecting tanker operations are better represented by INTERTANKO for the benefit of its members. Further, to develop environmental policies for INTERTANKO to follow up at IMO and elsewhere, and to be pro-active ...... More

16.06.2011

Human Element in Shipping Committee

During the INTERTANKO Annual General Meeting in March 2006 in Singapore , it was decided that INTERTANKO should establish a Committee to focus on the human element and issues related to human interface in shipping. During the year, the Secretariat has collected input from various sources, such as the Regional Panels, the Vetting Committee, the IMO and others in order for the Committee to be abl...... More

30.05.2006

Documentary Committee

Main issues:   Review new chartering terms and charterparty forms for tankers Publishing model charterparty clauses on current issues in tanker chartering Publication of A Guide to LNG Charters Main aims:   To further the interests of the independent tanker operators in issues concerning chartering documentation Review new chartering terms and charterparty forms for tankers Assist/advise...... More

30.05.2006

Chemical Tanker Sub-Committee Americas

Main aims: The aim of the CTSCA is to further the interests of independent chemical tanker owners trading in the North and South America region by being closely involved in the following areas: Technical and operational issues affecting all chemical tankers trading in the region Local, national and international regulatory development. Pollution prevention and response issues. Improvement of...... More

30.05.2006

Council

    ARGENTINA G. D’Amico, Antares Naviera S.A.   BAHAMAS T. Horne, Teekay Shipping ( UK ) Capt. G. Westgarth, Teekay Shipping ( Canada ) Ltd   BELGIUM M. Rutten, Transpetrol Maritime Services N.V. BERMUDA H. Hansson, Nordic American Tanker Shipping Ltd S. Tunge, B + H Equimar   Singapore Pte Ltd CANADA T.K.Y. Hsu, Expedo & Co ( London ) Ltd D.C.C. Koo, Valles Steamship ( Canada ) Ltd CHILE M....... More