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Monday, December 18, 2017

No. 10/2000

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10.03.2000

PRELIMINARY REPORT FROM IMO’S MEPC 44 MEETING THIS WEEK

The IMO’s Marine and Environment Protection Committee met for their 44th meeting this week. Although the meeting will not conclude until the 13 March, a number of note-worthy developments have taken place in the first few days of the meeting.... More

10.03.2000

PORT AND OIL COMPANY EXECUTIVES ATTEND INTERTANKO SINGAPORE MEETING

Senior officials of Singapore’s Maritime and Port Administration (MPA) and executives from four major oil companies - Shell, BP Amoco, Caltex and ExxonMobil - participated in a meeting in Singapore on 7 March 2000, organised by INTERTANKO to discuss matters of common concern.... More

10.03.2000

A MAJOR BATTLE FOR THE INTERNATIONAL MARITIME SAFETY CONVENTIONS HAS BEEN WON

INTERTANKO members trading to the State of Washington in the United States are advised of the following: ... More

10.03.2000

ERIKA makes waves into the Monte Carlo Tanker Event

The sinking of the ERIKA off the coast of France last December might prove to be a turning point for tanker shipping in Europe, with ripple effects throughout the rest of the world. ... More

10.03.2000

IRREGULARITIES IN THE NOVOROSSIYSK PILOTAGE SERVICE

It has been brought to INTERTANKO’s attention that the regular pilotage service of this port is now being disrupted. ... More

10.03.2000

INTERTANKO IN THE PRESS THIS WEEK

6 March 2000, USA Today, ‘Court backs government on tankers’ 6 March 2000, Seattle Times, ‘Court backs government on tankers’ 6 March 2000, Associated Press, ‘Court Backs Government on Tankers’ 6 March 2000, Associated Press ‘State’s oil tanker standards rejected High court: Washington rules superseded by U.S. regulations’ 6 March 2000, Reuters, ‘High Court Strikes Down Some State Oil Tanker...... More

10.03.2000

INTERTANKO’S NEWS DESK

Since the launch of INTERTANKO’s Weekly NEWS 8 December 1999 the circulation has increased from 320 to 724.... More

10.03.2000

40 TANKERS SOLD FOR DEMOLITION SO FAR IN 2000

VLCCs: 14 tankers totalling 3.843 mil dwt, average age 25.4 years, average price USD 130.5 per ldt Suezmax: 6 tankers totalling 0.809 mil dwt, average age 24.0 years, average price USD 136.2 per ldt Aframax: 8 tankers totalling 0.717 mil dwt, average age 25.3 years, average price USD 136.9 per ldt Below 70,000 dwt: 12 tankers totalling 0.423 mil dwt, average age 25.3 years, average price USD...... More

10.03.2000

THREE APPLICATIONS FOR ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP THIS WEEK

G.M. Richards Enterprises Inc., Miko Marine AS and P&T Leth Suez Transit Ltd have applied this week to join INTERTANKO as Associate Members. ... More