INTERTANKO's Navigation Working Group is a working group within the INTERTANKO Safety, Technical and Environmental Committee (ISTEC).
Its aim is to improve standards, layout, training, maintenance and operation of navigational equipment in general and to review particular issues in this field as necessary and required, to assist ISTEC in their deliberations. To review the working group terms of reference click here.
INTERTANKO members are encouraged to submit any issues pertaining to navigation to the Navigation Working Group (NWG) for further discussion and action, as they consider appropriate. Suggestions on such issues are below:
Material of this kind may be sent to Dr Phil Belcher at firstname.lastname@example.org
Information that is of interest to the tanker industry as a whole will be published with the permission of the provider. INTERTANKO will remove any references to the company name and/or other type of identification, unless otherwise instructed.
09.10.2015 - 11:04 GMT
Study proposed on navigation in Straits of Malacca and Singapore
During a meeting of the three Littoral States (Indonesia, Malaysia and Singapore) of the Straits of Malacca and Singapore held earlier this week, the Malacca Straits Council (MSC) proposed to...... Login to view this article
02.10.2015 - 12:05 GMT
Integrated navigation in Europe
INTERTANKO took an active part in the steering committee of the EC funded Mona Lisa project which looks to bring together all the data exchanges that are needed to facilitate safe and efficient...... Login to view this article
25.09.2015 - 10:41 GMT
Panama Canal lock lane outage and the transit reservation system
As of 22 September until midnight on 30 September the West lane of Pedro Miguel locks will be out of service. There will also be intermittent lane outages on the East lanes of both Miraflores and...... Login to view this article
25.09.2015 - 10:36 GMT
INTERTANKO meets with China MSA, Beijing
INTERTANKO’s Asian Panel Chairman, Mr Kenneth Koo, met with China’s Maritime Safety Administration (China MSA) this week at their headquarters in Beijing. Welcomed by Deputy Director, Capt. Shi Xin...... Login to view this article
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