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No. 41/2001

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12.10.2001

REPORT FROM INTERTANKO'S ASIAN REGIONAL PANEL MEETING IN SINGAPORE

The tenth meeting of INTERTANKO’s Asian Regional Panel took place in Singapore on 4 October under the chairmanship of Mr. K.H. Koo, Group Chairman of Tai Chong Cheang Steamship Co. (H.K.) Ltd. ... More

12.10.2001

MEETINGS IN MALAYSIA AND SINGAPORE

INTERTANKO Chairman Lars Carlsson and Managing Director Peter Swift took the opportunity to meet members and other contacts in Malaysia and Singapore last week in conjunction with the Asian Regional Panel Meeting. In addition to individual meetings with members, courtesy meetings were arranged with senior officials of the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore, and of the Marine Department of...... More

12.10.2001

PRESENTATION – ELECTRICAL CARGO PUMPS ON CHEMICAL TANKERS

During INTERTANKO’s 17 th . CTOAG meeting in London on 4 October, Hamworthy KSE Svanehoj was invited to talk about electrical cargo pumps on chemical tankers and their safety precautions. Technology has revolutionized the deepwell cargo pump systems in the last 3–5 years, and the electrical alternative has enjoyed much support from the industry players For an introduction to the presentation li...... More

12.10.2001

IMO AGREE ON TBT BAN

IMO puts the finishing touches to the long awaited Convention on TBT based anti-fouling paints. ... More

12.10.2001

INTERTANKO MEETINGS IN ATHENS

As previously announced, INTERTANKO’s Executive Committee and Council Autumn Meetings will take place in Athens 24-26 October 2001.... More

12.10.2001

WAR RISK COVER – TIME FOR PAYING VOLUNTARY INCREASES IN ANNUAL PREMIUMS IS RUNNING OUT

The air strikes against the Taliban regime in Afghanistan have brought further uncertainty to an already troubled insurance market.... More

12.10.2001

WAR RISK CLAUSES – INTERTANKO SEEKS DIALOGUE WITH CHARTERERS ON THE COST OF ADDITIONAL PREMIUMS

In previous issues of our Weekly News we have highlighted the issues concerning war risk clauses and in particular where liability falls for the expense of additional premiums. Whilst some clauses now provide that charterers will reimburse owners for these additional costs others give owners a more restrictive right of reimbursement.... More

12.10.2001

PORT NEWS

Italy, Genoa – repair of the sea tower Libya – permission for vessels over 20 years extended Mexico steps up security at oil sites Singapore – restricted area USA, Freeport (TX) – max recommended draught ... More

12.10.2001

PORT COSTS

United Arab Emirates - Hamriyah, Khor Fakkan and Port Khalid – port tariffs increase USA - Houston – increase of pilotage fees ... More

12.10.2001

NEW PUBLICATION – A GUIDE TO TANKER CHARTERS – ORDER YOUR COPY NOW

Our latest publication, A Guide to Tanker Charters will be available shortly. This major work (some 328 pages) has been described as the definitive guide to tanker charter parties and encompasses both voyage and time charters. All the latest forms are covered plus comprehensive coverage of the major issues concerning tanker charterparties. The book is currently being printed and to ensure you...... More

12.10.2001

PORT ISSUES

Colombian registration / Decree 804 New reporting requirements for ships entering/leaving U.S. Nigeria pledges PSC crackdown ... More

12.10.2001

CHEVRON/TEXACO NEW COMPANY STRUCTURE

The following announcement has been received from Mr. Tom Olinger, General Manager-Commercial Group, ChevronTexaco Shipping Company. ... More

12.10.2001

SERVICES OF THE CONSULATE GENERAL OF PANAMA

The Consulate General of Panama in London has pleasure in offering the following services and facilities to all interested parties: Annual shipping tax receipts for payments made through the Consulate Office will be sent immediately after funds are credited to the Consulate's account for vessels registered under the Panamanian Flag. These receipts will be forwarded to the offices of the...... More

12.10.2001

MARKET INFORMATION

Market seminar Athens 24 October – Additional speaker Colin Cridland, SSY Increasing US oil stocks Recycling still at a low level 603 tankers or 66.8 million dwt now on order ... More