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Hellenic Forum Meeting, 19 January 2004, Athens

The next Hellenic Forum Meeting will take place at the Metropolitan Hotel in Athens on 19 January 2004, 1000-1600.

The meeting agenda will include an update on IMO, EU and US developments by INTERTANKO top management and advisors in Washington DC and Brussels. A market review with a particular emphasis on the impact of new regulatory developments will also be provided by the Head of INTERTANKO's Research Department.

A legal and insurance update will also be provided and issues to be further explored at the INTERTANKO Legal & Insurance Seminar the following day will be introduced.

Click here to download a copy of the Agenda.

Members are encouraged to advise Svein Ringbakken of any issues they would like to see discussed at the Hellenic Forum and to register for the Forum and the seminar by e-mailing Ann Saether.

Environmental Committee meeting, 19-20 January 2004, London

INTERTANKO’s Environmental Committee will meet for their 18th meeting on 19 and 20 January 2004 using for the first time the new meeting room facilities at the INTERTANKO London Office.

Dott. Paolo d’Amico will be chairing the meeting for the seventh time, guiding the Committee through the major environmental issues on INTERTANKO’s work programme. The meeting will this time be spread over two days to allow for an extended agenda. On the second day of the meeting the Committee will spend time evaluating the applications received for the Environmental Challenge in order to develop a short list for the Panel of Judges. Following the Environmental Challenge session, the Committee will then be meeting with Dr. Simon Walmsley from the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) to discuss the future work and continued good relations between INTERTANKO and the environmental organisation.

To round off the meeting a workshop session led by Ms. Joanne Ellis and Dr. Ehsan Mesbahi from the MARTOB Ballast Treatment Project will include discussion on the safety and practical issues which need to be considered when fitting the more advanced ballast treatment systems.

A full report from the meeting will be given in next week’s Weekly NEWS.

Contact: Tim Wilkins

INTERTANKO Legal and Insurance Seminar, 20 January 2004, Athens.

INTERTANKO's Hellenic Forum has requested that INTERTANKO arrange a Legal & Insurance Seminar in connection with one of the Hellenic Forum meetings in Athens. We are pleased to inform members that a seminar will be arranged at the Metropolitan Hotel 0930-1530 on 20 January 2004.

The Seminar, kindly co-sponsored by the Union of Greek Shipowners, is open to members of the Union of Greek Shipowners and INTERTANKO free of charge. The seminar speakers are all well-known maritime lawyers who have been engaged in work on behalf of tanker owners through INTERTANKO.

Click here for a programme of the speakers and their presentations.

Please register for the seminar by sending an e-mail to : Ann Saether

Documentary Committee Meeting Dinner, 22 January 2004, London
Documentary Committee Meeting, 23 January 2004, London

The Documentary Committee under the chairmanship of Mr John lean will meet at INTERTANKO’s London offices on Friday, 23 January at 1000. The most pressing issue for the Committee is a clause for voyage charters dealing with the ISPS Code.

Contact: John Fawcett-Ellis

Regional Vetting meeting, 28 January 2004, Singapore

An informal regional vetting meeting will be held in Singapore on Wednesday, 28 January 2004, which will provide input to the Association’s Vetting Committee. Members in Singapore and those with offices in the region are welcome to attend.

Contact: John Fawcett-Ellis

Register for the Advanced Media Training Course, 5 February 2004

The pressure of 'live' interviews in an incident context can be unnerving and intimidating. It is crucial that individuals expected to undertake media responsibilities be familiar with the media and the interview processes.

The first Advanced Media Training Course in 2004 will be held at the INTERTANKO London Office on 5 February. This course introduces the concept of the ‘20 key question areas’ that are of interest to the media and looks at ways of dealing with the perception and reality in relation to the subjects. An introduction is also made to the ‘down-the-line’ television interview and press conference.

Date:                   5 February 2004
Cost:                   USD 775 per person.

Venue:                    INTERTANKO London Office, St Clare House, 30-33 Minories, London

Close to 500 INTERTANKO executives have participated in these courses since their introduction in 1994!

Click here for further information on the course contents and detailed programme.

Contact: Clarice Tan, telephone +47 22 12 26 64

Asian Regional Panel meeting, 25 February 2004, Shanghai

The next meeting of the Asian Regional Panel will be convened at 1000 hours on 25 February 2004 at the Four Season’s Hotel, Shanghai. The meeting will be chaired by the Association’s Vice-chairman, Mr KH Koo, Tai Chong Cheang Steamship Co. (HK) Ltd. For further details:

Contact: John Fawcett-Ellis

INTERTANKO Seminar “The Tanker World Today”, 25 February 2004, Shanghai

Following the Asian Panel meeting in Shanghai on 25 February 2004, and as a prelude to the Mare Forum conference, INTERTANKO will hold a seminar entitled “The Tanker World Today”. The moderator for the seminar will be the Association’s former chairman and honorary member, Mr Basil Papachristidis, Seatramp (UK) Ltd. Speakers include Mr Frederick Chavalit Tsao, IMC; Dr Martin Stopford, H. Clarkson & Co. Ltd; Mr Richard Leslie, IACS and Dr Peter Swift, INTERTANKO.

Further details will be available in due course.