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Monday, December 11, 2017

No. 14/2002

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05.04.2002

ROTTERDAM TANKER EVENT - SHORT SEA TANKER OWNERS LUNCH MEETING

A luncheon meeting for the INTERTANKO Short Sea Tanker group will be arranged on 16 April in connection with the INTERTANKO Tanker Event. The agenda will be provided later. Please give suggestions for agenda items and notification of participation to: Contact: Erik Ranheim, e-mail:  erik.ranheim@intertanko.com ... More

05.04.2002

OECD industry hearing on establishing normal competitive conditions in world shipbuilding

The hearing included a Chinese submission stating that ‘We believe it is necessary for developing shipbuilding countries to construct new or expand existing shipbuilding facilities to meet the demands from their own nation as well as from foreign shipowners. Possible new agreements should consider the balance between the rights and obligations of developing economies and should pay more attenti...... More

05.04.2002

INTERTANKO QUESTIONNAIRE - WE NEED YOUR INPUT NOW FOR RESULTS TO BE READY FOR ROTTERDAM !

In order to review INTERTANKO’s performance with regard to services, information and advisory activities, we have developed a questionnaire to enable members to provide feedback and influence our activities in these fields through direct input. We urge all members and associate members who have not yet filled in the questionnaire to take the time (ca.15 minutes) to provide input so that we can...... More

05.04.2002

WORLD MARITIME UNIVERSITY (WMU) STUDENTS VISIT INTERTANKO OSLO

Some 33 students from the World Maritime University were shown the INTERTANKO video and given a lecture on the various activities of INTERTANKO, the state and the environmental performance of the tanker industry and the tanker market. ... More

05.04.2002

Mexico keeps to self-imposed quote, Russia does not - PIW

Mexican crude exports in February stayed below the self-imposed 1.66 mbd ceiling offered in support of OPEC, with foreign sales at 1.575 mbd, down even further from 1.591 mbd in January. In February crude exports fell despite a 102 mbd increase in oil going to the US, as Europe took 0.06 mbd less, and no oil went to the Far East, compared to 0.058 mbd in January. ... More

05.04.2002

REPORTING OF NON-COMPLIANCE WITH SINGAPORE BUNKERING REQUIREMENTS

The Singapore Maritime and Port Authority (MPA) issued a Port MarineCircular, which can be viewed at  reminding bunker surveyors to report any irregularities of bunkering operations or non-compliance with bunkering requirements occurring in the Port of Singapore.... More

05.04.2002

MASTER AND TWO CHIEF ENGINEERS INDICTED

The US Department of Justice has issued a Press Release, which can be viewed at INTERTANKO Website: Click here , reporting that the master and two chief engineers who were arrested in Alaska on March 14 have now been indicted (an indictment is a formal charge by a grand jury). The three individuals have been charged with using false records, obstructing a Coast Guard proceeding, and witness...... More

05.04.2002

OECD INDUSTRY HEARING 4-5 APRIL

Erik Ranheim, representing INTERTANKO, gave a presentation at the industry hearing on establishing normal competitive conditions in world shipbuilding. Mr Ranheim said that he expected a reduced demand for tanker replacement both because of a moderate increase in demand for transportation and because the replacement demand due to regulatory phase-out is already covered for the next three to fou...... More

05.04.2002

Strong Growth in World Energy Use – EIA March 26

Worldwide energy consumption will grow by 60% over the next two decades, according to the reference case projection released today by the Energy Information Administration (EIA) in its annual forecast of international energy demand. The "International Energy Outlook 2002" (IEO2002) expects much of the growth to occur in the developing world, with the regions of developing Asia (including China,...... More