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No. 33/2002

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16.08.2002

AN INTENSE, SPECIALISED MARINELOG CONFERENCE 17/18 SEPTEMBER 2002 – MARITIME LEGISLATION, REGULATION AND POLICY

Held in Washington, DC, the conference will feature a panel of top level speakers giving you an opportunity to find out what’s in the regulatory pipeline. INTERTANKO’s US Representative, Dragos Rauta will present a paper... More

16.08.2002

Charterers take opportunity to secure cheap modern tankers on period contracts

Period chartering activity when analysing contracts of 6 months and above , is at about the same level as in 2001, when it was at a record high, but the rates this year are naturally much lower than the rates in 2001. By just making a very crude comparison, we see that the average rate obtained for all ships in 2001 was USD 23,452 per day whereas the average rate obtained so far in 2002 was USD...... More

16.08.2002

DATES FOR YOUR DIARY – WASHINGTON TANKER EVENT, 6-9 APRIL 2003

Next year’s Tanker Event and INTERTANKO Annual General Meeting will be held at the Mayflower Hotel in Washington D.C. 6-9 April 2003. Please make sure to mark the dates for the Washington Tanker Event 2003 in your diary.... More

16.08.2002

INTERNATIONAL MARITIME AND PORT SECURITY CONFERENCE (IMPSC) IN SINGAPORE FROM 21 TO 23 JANUARY 2003

Organised by Singapore’s Maritime and Port Authority and supported by INTERTANKO, members’ attention is drawn to this event. The article that follows includes the link to the Conference’s website.... More

16.08.2002

SEMINAR ON TANKER SAFETY, POLLUTION PREVENTION, SPILL RESPONSE AND COMPENSATION IN HONG KONG, 6 NOVEMBER 2002

To be organised in co-operation with OCIMF and ITOPF, this seminar will feature speakers and presentations from the associations involved as well as specialists within their fields. ... More

16.08.2002

STRICT CONTROL OF OILY WATER SEPARATORS BY U.S. PORT STATE CONTROL

In a campaign led by the USCG Oily Water Separation Systems Task Force, owners and operators of vessels calling in the United States should expect close scrutiny of interior spaces housing oily water separators and of logs and other records.... More

16.08.2002

EMISSION TRADING ON INTERTANKO’S AUTUMN AGENDA

Recognising that tankers generate their share of the total emissions to atmosphere from shipping, in particular while working cargo in port, and that tanker owners are environmentally responsible in their investments and operations, the subject of emission trading is inevitably of interest to members and associates. This subject will therefore be on the agenda of the forthcoming Regional Panel and Council meetings.... More

16.08.2002

CARRIAGE OF NAVIGATION EQUIPMENT FOR SHIPS ON INTERNATIONAL VOYAGES

It has been announced that where there is disparity between the USCG regulations on navigation equipment on ships on international voyages and recent amendments to SOLAS, the USCG will not require compliance with its own regulation on the same issue.... More

16.08.2002

Global oil demand to increase by 1.5% in 2003

According to the International Energy Agency’s (IEA) August 2002 Oil Market Report, world oil demand is projected to increase by 1.11 mbd (1.5%) over 2002 levels next year, compared to the growth of only 0.3% both in 2001 and 2002. Forecasts for 2003 are: North American demand: +0.31 mbd or 1.3%. European demand: +0.17 mbd or 1%. OECD Pacific demand: +0.08 mbd or 1%. Chinese demand: +0.15 mbd o...... More

16.08.2002

FSU oil exports continue at high level – IEA

According to figures from the IEA, the Former Soviet Union oil exports in July were 4.0 mbd of crude oil and 1.67 mbd of oil products.  Crude oil exports were up slightly from June whereas products exports were down by 0.14 mbd. Crude oil exports during the first seven months of 2002 were 0.43 mbd over the 2002 level and products exports were 0.23 mbd over the 2002 level. Some 0.44 mbd of the...... More