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Thursday, December 14, 2017

No. 23/2002

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07.06.2002

POSIDONIA ROUND-UP

In addition to the official programme, at the Posidonia event INTERTANKO held a tanker chartering seminar, media management seminars, and a meeting of its Environmental Committee.... More

07.06.2002

ADMIRAL JAMES LOY RETIRES FROM USCG AND TAKES UP A NEW POSITION

In a moving ceremony, Admiral James Loy retired after 38 years of distinguished service in the United States Coast Guard. His position as Commandant was assumed by Admiral Thomas Collins, a member of the Class of 1968 of the U.S. Coast Guard Academy.... More

07.06.2002

CONTINUED DECLINE IN SHIPS DETAINED BY PORT STATE CONTROL

According to the USCG Port State Control (PSC) Annual Report for 2001, there was a continued decline in the ships detained by numbers. The USCG inspected 10,711 ships of which 173 (1.6%) were detained. ... More

07.06.2002

Korea 52% of tanker orders

When analysing the orderbook of tankers above 10,000 dwt (figures for May ), not surprisingly South Korea has 52%, Japan 30% and China about 9% of the orderbook of some 60 mil dwt. Hyundai HI has the biggest share of 13.3% of the total, Daewoo S.B. has 12.7% and Samsung S.B. 10.2%. Looking at the number of tankers, European yards have an 11% share and the average size of the tankers is 43,000...... More

07.06.2002

Global oil demand still fragile - PIW

According to the Petroleum Intelligence Weekly (PIW) of 3 June 2002, the picture of global oil fundamentals suggests a tighter market by mid-year and a need for additional OPEC oil in the second half of 2002. However, several factors affecting both supply and demand may yet alter this outlook. In addition to weak oil product demand and low refinery margins, refinery demand for crude oil is...... More