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No. 13/2000

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31.03.2000

MARCH 27 - A BUSY DAY OF MEETINGS IN TOKYO

** Tokyo Memorandum of Understanding MOU) ** Class NK ** Asian Regional Panel ... More

31.03.2000

TOKYO APPEAL ON PIRACY

An international conference in Tokyo 28th - 30th March adopted an Appeal regarding Piracy. The Conference gathered a large number of delegates representing governments in South East Asia, as well as representatives of shipping companies and international associations, including INTERTANKO.... More

31.03.2000

SUSPENSION OF VETTING INSPECTIONS OF TANKERS BY THE NIGERIAN MARITIME INSPECTORATE WITH IMMEDIATE EFFECT

INTERTANKO has been advised that with immediate effect the Maritime Inspectorate of the Nigerian National Maritime Authority in Lagos have suspended the vetting inspections of Tankers by the Marine Inspection Service (NIG) Limited in Nigerian waters, oil terminals, SPM berths and jetties.... More

31.03.2000

FIRST DISCUSSIONS OF EU PROPOSALS AT EU MINISTERIAL LEVEL

After formal presentation of the EU Commission proposals addressing the political demand for action in the wake of the Erika accident, the EU Council of Ministers had a first discussion of the proposals at the Council meeting on 28 March. Based on contact with various sources, the following initial and very informal report can be made.... More

31.03.2000

LATEST UPDATE FOR MONTE CARLO TANKER EVENT

As previously reported, ERIKA is making waves also into the Monte Carlo Tanker Event. Since last week’s issue, we have two additional panellists, Bertrand Thouilin, Director of Maritime Transport, Total Fina Elf Group and Lino C. Vassallo, Executive Director, Malta Maritime Authority... More

31.03.2000

QUALITY SHIPPING SEMINAR 2000

Last week some 300 people gathered in Singapore to discuss Quality Shipping at a seminar arranged by the Maritime and Port Authorities of Singapore (MPA). It was a direct follow-up, or rather a globalisation, of the European Quality Shipping Campaign. All the keynote speakers stressed the need to pursue the matter in IMO for further progress in this field.... More

31.03.2000

INTERTANKO IN THE PRESS

Seatrends Web, 24 March ‘Erika’ no exception’ Seatrends Web, 24 March, ‘Slater’s challenge to the industry’ Lloyd’s List, 25 March, ‘INTERTANKO-Intercargo in unity call’ Lloyd’s List, 25 March, ‘INTERTANKO-Rina report on Erika expected within days’ Lloyd’s List, 25 March, ‘INTERTANKO:Interlingo’ Lloyd’s List, 25 March, ‘INTERTANKO:Sax and the shipowner’ ... More

31.03.2000

Advertising Opportunities in the Weekly NEWS!

INTERTANKO launched the Weekly NEWS service to enhance the communication with the membership on INTERTANKO and industry issues. The Weekly NEWS provides short, up-to-the-minute news items about pertinent developments within INTERTANKO’s work programme and the tanker industry in a cost effective and timely manner. ... More

31.03.2000

INTERTANKO’S NEWS DESK

Since the launch of INTERTANKO’s Weekly NEWS 8 December 1999 the circulation has increased from 320 to 747. ... More

31.03.2000

ADMIRAL LOY ADDRESSES THE CMA ON LEADERSHIP, INNOVATION AND CO-OPERATION

Addressing the Connecticut Maritime Association on 22 March 2000, Admiral James M. Loy gave a speech entitled “The Future of Marine Safety: Leadership, Innovation and Co-operation”, explaining the United States Coast Guard’s approach to the leadership challenge of promoting further advances in marine safety over the next generation. The following has been extracted from this speech. ... More

31.03.2000

COURSE ON HANDLING OF HAZARDOUS BULK LIQUIDS IN PORT (12 JULY TO 7 SEPTEMBER 2000)

The IMO Secretary-General is pleased to announce that a course on the Handling of Hazardous Bulk Liquids in Port is to be held at the IMO International Maritime Academy in Trieste, Italy 12 July to 7 September 2000 for selected candidates proposed by Member States.... More

31.03.2000

APPLICATION FOR ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIP

Institut Francais de la Mer (IFM) and GEODIS Africa Services have applied for associate membership this week. ... More