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Tuesday, December 12, 2017

No. 12/2002

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26.03.2002

OCIMF ASIA PACIFIC TERMINALS OPEN FORUM 4TH MEETING

This meeting was held in Kyoto on 15 March and was hosted by the Petroleum Industry Marine Association of Japan (PIMA). Over 30 representatives from major oil companies, Japanese tanker operators, and INTERTANKO participated.... More

26.03.2002

AWARD FOR INNOVATION IN SHIP’S COMMUNICATION

At the 6th International Conference on Communications & IT in Shipping 2002 (CITIS 2002) organised by Lloyd’s List Events Dr Nikos Mikelis, ISTEC Chairman, presented an award for Innovation in Ship’s Communication. This award is given to firms or individuals that have developed systems, equipment or software which enhance maritime ship-to-shore communication. ... More

26.03.2002

JOIN US AT THE ROTTERDAM TANKER EVENT 14-17 APRIL 2002

The theme for this year’s Event is “Tanker Visions”, and senior representatives from industry and government have been invited to share their views and future visions for the tanker industry. The programme will include analyses of current oil and tanker markets, and updates on technical, commercial and regulatory developments. It will also feature a 12-booth industry exhibition, providing...... More

26.03.2002

CONNECTICUT MARITIME ASSOCIATION MEETINGS IN STAMFORD

 INTERTANKO staff were present at the CMA meetings in Stamford, Connecticut this week, where Frank Tsao, IMC Group of Companies, was appointed as the new Commodore. The Association’s representatives manned the INTERTANKO booth, attended the North American Panel meeting (see above), and met members and associate members. MD Peter Swift, deputising for INTERTANKO Chairman Lars Carlsson, spoke on...... More

26.03.2002

UNITED STATES COAST GUARD SAFETY ALERT

LOW PRESSURE CO2 FIRE EXTINGUISHING SYSTEM... More

26.03.2002

MASTER AND TWO CHIEF ENGINEERS ARRESTED IN ALASKA

A master and two chief engineers on two foreign flag vessels have been arrested in Alaska and charged with keeping false log books to conceal the dumping of waste oil and sludge from the ships, obstructing a Coast Guard investigation, and obstruction of justice for allegedly telling crewmembers to lie to a federal grand jury. If convicted, they face up to ten years in prison and fines of up to...... More

26.03.2002

PLEASE CHECK YOUR FLEET ON THE INTERTANKO WEB.

Your fleet list has been placed on the INTERTANKO web and we would appreciate your keeping us continuously updated with any changes. We exchange information with the Lloyd’s Register Fairplay register, which is the supplier of the basic ship-data for EQUASIS, and we also submit the fleet list to EQUASIS. To ensure that ship details are correct all the time we would appreciate your notifying us ...... More

26.03.2002

STEPHEN VAN DYCK ELECTED VICE CHAIRMAN OF THE INTERTANKO NORTH AMERICAN PANEL

The INTERTANKO North American Panel (NAP) held its 12th meeting in Stamford Connecticut in conjunction with this year’s Connecticut Maritime Association Event. The Chairman, Richard du Moulin, welcomed the 30 participants and suggested a moment of silence “in memoriam” of the victims of the September 11 terrorist attack. As previously reported, the NAP 11th meeting took place in Washington D.C....... More