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No. 35/2001

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31.08.2001

2001 EDITION NOW AVAILABLE! DISBURSEMENTS FOR TANKERS 2001

The publication contains over 2,965 actual and estimated disbursement accounts in more than 400 ports.  Disbursements for Tankers 2001 is an indispensable tool for chartering and operations purposes, and is a useful guide for voyage calculation, checking of port costs and post-fixture work. 3 easy ways to order:   Please click here for ordering through this site By e-mail: publications@intertan...... More

31.08.2001

MARKET INFORMATION

Korean government plans to lower oil dependence to under 50% - Energy Asia The Korean government is aiming to push the country’s dependence on oil to below 50% of its overall energy needs by 2010. Oil now supplies 52.2% of the country’s energy needs. The Minister of Commerce, Industry and Energy Chang Je-shik has ordered his officials to look into ways of developing alternative energy sources a...... More

31.08.2001

** INTERTANKO MAKES PRESENTATION TO WORLD MARITIME UNIVERSITY

INTERTANKO representatives addressed some 40 post-graduate students from the Malmö based World Maritime University (WMU) during their visit to Oslo this week.  INTERTANKO has always attached importance to maintaining a good dialogue with the WMU students, who very often attain key positions in their own countries’ maritime or port authorities. Following presentations of INTERTANKO’s aims and wo...... More

31.08.2001

INTERTANKO COUNCIL MEETING AND MARKET SEMINAR IN ATHENS

As previously announced, the Market Seminar will take place in the morning of 24 October. The programme will include presentations from Finn Engelsen Jr, Lorentzen & Stemoco AS, Jarle Hammer, Fearnleys AS and Martin Stopford, H. Clarkson & Co, who will share their views on important issues and developments in the current tanker market. The seminar is open to all members and associate members. T...... More

31.08.2001

INTERTANKO TECHNICAL FORUM IN SINGAPORE - 5 SEPTEMBER 2001

Dr Nikos Mikelis, Chairman of the INTERTANKO Safety and Technical Committee (ISTEC), and Director of Lyras Shipping Ltd., will give a presentation to INTERTANKO members on the 2001 Amendment to MARPOL Annex I Regulation 13G and other technical issues on Wednesday, 5 September 14.00 - 17.00 in the South Ballroom, Level Two, Conrad Centennial Singapore. From the time of the Erika sinking up to th...... More

31.08.2001

US ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY RETREATS FROM MARPOL ANNEX VI

As national and regional regulation of landside sources of air pollution have been implemented, international awareness of vessel contributions to substandard air quality has increased. In many industrialized countries, port areas fail to meet acceptable air quality levels because of a combination of emissions from automobiles, diesel locomotives, over -the- road and yard shuttle tractors, fuel...... More

31.08.2001

CATEGORISATION OF PRODUCT TANKERS BETWEEN 20,000 DWT AND 29,000 DWT

As reported in our Weekly NEWS over the last few months, IMO has recently adopted new amendments to MARPOL Regulation 13G (the 2001 Amendments) which come into force in September 2002 and will be applicable from 1 January 2003. According to the 2001 Amendments, single hull oil tankers are categorised in three categories, depending on a combination of deadweight size, cargoes carried, and whethe...... More

31.08.2001

JOINT IACS/INDUSTRY WORKING GROUP MEETING IN LONDON 11 SEPTEMBER

INTERTANKO will be represented at the joint meeting between IACS and industry representatives in London on 11 September. ... More

31.08.2001

PORT ISSUES

End to an era of private pilot services in Russia? Further to the report in Weekly NEWS No/34 of 24 August, all the four main ports (Kaliningrad, Murmansk, Novorossiysk and St. Petersburg) are now being serviced by pilots employed by the respective maritime administrations.  The majority of the previously self-employed pilots are now employed by the maritime administrations.  However 12 private...... More

31.08.2001

PORT NEWS

Brazil/Paranagua – new rules for off-signing crew members The Immigration Department has applied new rules signed 22 August 2001 for off-signing crew members at Paranagua.  The rule of mandatory police escort applies to crews from nations requiring visas to come to Brazil. Please click here for a free translation of the rules Source: MARCON Ltda., Paranagua Indonesia – local government to take...... More