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Monday, December 18, 2017

No. 20/2001

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18.05.2001

OPENING OF NEW LOCATION AND BRIDGE SIMULATOR EQUIPMENT IN BREVIK, NORWAY

The International Development and Environmental Shipping School (IDESS), which was the first maritime training institution to join INTERTANKO as an associate member, this year opened its new training centre on 15 May in Brevik, Norway. ... More

18.05.2001

PUBLIC MEETING ON US GULF FPSO REGULATIONS

INTERTANKO was present as an observer at the FPSO meeting held on 3 May 2001 in Houston.... More

18.05.2001

CHARTERPARTY INFORMATION

EARLY LOADING CLAUSES - STANDARD PROVISIONS REVIEWED... More

18.05.2001

INTERTANKO MEETS WITH PARIS MOU ADVISORY BOARD

Further to our Weekly NEWS last week, a detailed report from the meeting on 9 May is now available: INTERTANKO, INTERCARGO and OCIMF attended the meeting from the industry.  There were about 50 Government representatives from various countries, mainly European, and included the US Coast Guard and Tokyo MOU, and the Caribbean and ILO representatives as observers. The discussions and points raise...... More

18.05.2001

FURTHER CLARIFICATION ON PHASE-OUT REGULATIONS

We have received enquiries on the definition of Category 3 tankers and would like to provide further clarification: Question – Would a tanker between 20,000 and 30,000 dwt without PL/SBT and carrying clean petroleum products be considered a Category 3 tanker rather than a Category 1 tanker? Answer – Yes. There are in effect two sub-divisions for Category 3 tankers which could have been better...... More

18.05.2001

URGENT REQUEST FOR HELP FROM MEMBERS - RETRO-FITTING VDR

INTERTANKO has been actively involved in the proposed matter of retrofitting Voyage Data Recorders to existing tankers both at IMO and within the EU. To assist us in our work we would like to request the assistance of some of our members.... More

18.05.2001

INVITATION TO INTERTANKO’S OPEN HOUSE DURING NOR-SHIPPING

On Tuesday 29 May, from 1800-1945*, INTERTANKO will be holding an Open House, to which the Executive Committee, Members, Associate Members and friends who are in Oslo in connection with Nor-Shipping are cordially invited. The Open House will provide an opportunity for you to visit INTERTANKO’s offices and enjoy some light refreshments with the INTERTANKO’ staff. Should you wish to join the Open...... More

18.05.2001

PORT COSTS

Russia/Novorossiysk – Fire Guard tariff correction... More

18.05.2001

COMMUNICATION PROBLEMS AT OUR LONDON OFFICE

Unfortunately, we are experiencing problems with our telephone lines in the London office and you might have found it difficult to come through on our main number +44 20 7623 4311. BT technicians are working on the problem and in the meantime we apologize for the inconvenience. In the interim period, staff at the London office can be best reached on direct lines or mobile phones: Mr Svein...... More

17.05.2001

PORT NEWS

Syria/Banias – INTERTANKO actions against abusive treatment of crew The following message has been sent to various Syrian maritime authorities: "We are INTERTANKO, The International Association of Independent Tanker Owners. INTERTANKO today comprises 251 member companies in 46 maritime countries, now operating 2,050 vessels totalling some 162 million DWT of tanker and combined tonnage, or...... More

18.05.2001

INTERTANKO SPEAKS AT NOR-SHIPPING CONFERENCE 30-31 MAY

Two representatives from INTERTANKO, Westye Høegh, and Erik Ranheim, will make presentations on the state of the industry and the state of the markets respectively at Nor-Shipping on 30 and 31 May. On 30 May, the State of the Industry keynote speakers will address the broad strategic, structural, financial and regulatory issues confronting the international shipping industry followed by lively...... More

18.05.2001

MARKET INFORMATION

IEA reducing oil demand projections First quarter 2001 oil demand increased by 1.1 mbd.  IEA says that persistently high oil prices and sluggish economies are likely to cap demand growth for the year at little more than 1.0 mbd.  World oil production fell by 0.9 mbd in April to 77.1 mbd.  OPEC supply was 0.56 mbd lower, even if Iraqi output increased by 0.28 mbd.  OECD oil production was down...... More

18.05.2001

PORT NEWS

India/Kandla – jetty reopens for traffic Kandla’s Oil Jetty No. 2 has been reopened for traffic after completion of repairs to its fire tower.  For further information please contact GAC Kandla at: Kandla.ops@gulfagencycompany.com       Source: GAC Shipping (India) Pvt. Ltd., Kandla U.A.E./Khor Fakkan – new Waste Reception Facility We are pleased to inform that a Marpol Annex 1 Marine Waste...... More