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No. 06/2001

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09.02.2001

MARKET INFORMATION

Chemical tanker market balance to tighten further this year According to the Drewry Chemical Carrier Quarterly 4 th Quarter 2000, chemical carrier demand is set to continue to grow in 2001 whereas the supply growth is beginning to slow. Chemical seaborne trade has shown a consistent growth pattern over the last few years, as the trade in chemicals is more closely related to world economic outpu...... More

09.02.2001

THE SYDNEY TANKER EVENT – 22-25 April 2001

Please click here for an updated version of the preliminary programme for our forthcoming Sydney Tanker Event 22-25 April 2001 In addition to the INTERTANKO AGM 2001 and open market and technical sessions, the Sydney Tanker Event will feature a 15-booth industry exhibition providing delegates and visitors with an update on available products and services. Should you require further information...... More

09.02.2001

CHARTER PARTY INFORMATION

ENGLISH HIGH COURT OF JUSTICE IN THE HAPPY DAY decides point of law left open by the earlier decisions in the Mexico 1 and the Agamemnon , namely if no valid notice of readiness is tendered can laytime/time on demurrage begin to commence? The English High Court in The Happy Day has held that in the situation where no valid NOR was given laytime did not automatically commence upon commencement o...... More

12.02.2001

ACCELERATED PHASE-OUT OF SINGLE HULL TANKERS AND CONDITION ASSESSMENT SCHEME (CAS)

Last week’s Weekly NEWS No. 5/2001 gave a report on the provisional assessment on the three-day IMO Intersessional meeting on the Conditional Assessment Scheme (CAS). From the number of requests from the members, it is apparent that this issue is of prime interest. Therefore follows a more extensive and comprehensive review of this issue than our usual summary format.... More

09.02.2001

INTERTANKO BECOMES ASSOCIATE MEMBER OF THE TANKER STRUCTURE CO-OPERATIVE FORUM (TSCF)

We are pleased to announce that INTERTANKO has become an associate member of the Tanker Structure Co-operative Forum (TSCF). ... More

09.02.2001

‘NEW LOOK AT LEADING SHIPPING INDICATOR’ SAYS LLOYD’S LIST

INTERTANKO’s new publication ‘Worldscale - a Tanker Chartering Tool’ was favourably reviewed by Michael Grey in Saturday’s Lloyd’s List (3 February) as “a highly readable treatise on this important tool, which is designed to enable a tanker to obtain the same net daily return at the same Worldscale percentage regardless of the voyage actually taken”. However the system is no panacea. This...... More

09.02.2001

PORT COSTS

Greece/Thessaloniki – mandatory stand-by tug expenses Further to article in Ports &Terminals circular No. 06/1999 regarding the tug tariff for “shifting”, the new mandatory stand-by tug requirement, the Worldscale Association has revised all rates involving loading or discharging at Thessaloniki. The amended rates for voyages involving Thessaloniki are obtainable by adding USD 0.11 to the rates...... More

09.02.2001

ADVERTISING OPPORTUNITIES IN 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 on INTERTANKO’s activities and the tanker industry in a timely manner. The Weekly NEWS is distributed to over 1200 e-mail membership addresses and in addition receives a further wi...... More

09.02.2001

INTERTANKO IN THE PRESS

4 February 2001, ‘WORLDSCALE New look at leading shipping indicator’ ... More

09.02.2001

PREPARE YOUR CREW AND ONSHORE PERSONNEL FOR TANKER INSPECTIONS TODAY!

To overcome the lack of available information on vetting inspection systems, and to assist tanker crews and onshore personnel, INTERTANKO published the 4 th edition of its "A Guide to the Ship Vetting Process".  The publication provides a concise, yet comprehensive description of the principal tanker vetting systems. Put a copy of this Vetting Guide onboard each vessel and in shore offices to...... More

09.02.2001

PORT ISSUES

Piracy report confirms gruesome trend Another four piracy attacks and one suspicious craft sighting were reported to the IMB (International Maritime Bureau) Piracy Reporting Centre during week No. 5 2001.  The most serious attack was aimed at a dredger in the Singapore Straits. The IMB’s Annual Report for 2000 makes alarming reading despite the fact that a great number of attacks are going...... More

09.02.2001

PORT NEWS

India/Kandla – update on the earthquake damage Further to article in Weekly NEWS No. 05 of 02 February 2001, Kandla Port Trust have advised their plans to commence cargo operation at the port as from 03 February 2001.  The force majeure will remain in place. Surveys of the cargo jetties 1-5 are expected to take 10-15 days. Oil jetty No. 1 has been severely damaged and  is out of service for an...... More