Regional Panels

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16.09.2008

European Panel

The overall aim of the panel is to provide an open forum for European* and Russian Federation Tanker Owners who are Members of INTERTANKO, and to enhance their understanding of, and their participation and involvement in, the activities of the Association, including the work of the Association’s Committees.

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30.05.2006

North American Panel

Aims: The overall aim is to promote the activities and priorities of the North American membership in relation to INTERTANKO governing bodies and committees. Promote the policies and strategies of the Association in North America . Act as resource group for the INTERTANKO bodies, establishing priorities and raising matters of concern to the North American tanker community. Act as a catalyst for...... More

30.05.2006

Latin American Panel

INTERTANKO’s Latin American Panel (LAP) was established in March 2002 to promote interaction between the Association and the tanker industry in the region. Main issues:   Ratification of IMO conventions in the region Interface between local authorities, charterers and tanker operators Oil spill response Dialogue with Viña del Mar – the Latin American Agreement on Port State Control Promote safe...... More

30.05.2006

Asian Regional Panel

Founder Chairman: Mr KH Koo, Tai Chong Cheang Steamship Co. (HK) Ltd. Aims: To provide a forum for the Asian membership and thereby enhance their participation in the activities of the Association To promote the objectives, policies and strategies of the Association within the Asian membership To promote the activities and priorities of the Asian Membership in relation to the overall activities...... More

30.05.2006

Hellenic Mediterranean Panel

Aims and Objectives   The overall aim of INTERTANKO’s Hellenic Mediterranean Panel is to provide an open forum for the Intertanko members from Cyprus , France , Hellas , Italy , Monaco , Malta , Spain and Turkey and to enhance their understanding of, and their participation and involvement in, the activities of the Association, including the work of the Association’s Committees.   More specific...... More