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No. 25/2002

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21.06.2002

SERVICING OF INFLATABLE LIFERAFTS

The Singapore Maritime and Port Authority (MPA) has issued a Shipping Circular  reminding ship owners and operators of Singapore-registered ships that inflatable life-rafts must be serviced at intervals not exceeding 12 months at approved life-raft servicing stations. A list of approved life-raft servicing stations in Singapore and the types of life-rafts they are authorised to service is can b...... More

21.06.2002

‘A CENTURY OF TANKERS’ - HAVE YOU ORDERED YOUR COPY?

‘Tankers matter a great deal and we wouldn’t be at the stage we are today without them. A Century of Tankers tells a tale that ought to be told. Buy it for your ignorant friends, read it yourself,’ Lloyd’s List, 25 February 2002.... More

21.06.2002

INTERTANKO OBSERVERS AT ICS/ISF ANNUAL MEETINGS

INTERTANKO, together with Intercargo, were invited as observers at the Annual Meetings of the ISF and ICS held in Oslo last week. They were joined at the latter meeting by representatives of ECSA and BIMCO. ... More

21.06.2002

ACCESS TO VESSELS BERTHED AT JURONG ISLAND TERMINALS

As a security measure, the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) regulates the movement of all vessels around the waters of Jurong Island. Vessels are prohibited from entering, anchoring, mooring, transiting or being in the area for any other purpose unless specific approval has been obtained. ... More

21.06.2002

INTERTANKO IBERIAN PENINSULAR SEMINAR 26-27 JUNE

INTERTANKO is arranging an Iberian Peninsular Seminar in Madrid on 26-27 June hosted by the Spanish Shipowners’ Association. ... More

21.06.2002

AMENDMENTS TO SOLAS AND MARPOL REGULATIONS ENTERING INTO FORCE ON 1. JULY 2002

A table showing amendments to SOLAS and MARPOL Regulations which will come into force on 1. July 2002 can be viewed here . The USCG has also recently issued a NVIC (Navigation and Vessel Inspection Circular) with full details of all amendments to come into force which can be viewed here . ... More

21.06.2002

NEW PUBLICATION – INTERTANKO ENVIRONMENTAL GUIDE

Recognising the importance of integrating environmentally aware practices within the tanker industry, INTERTANKO has developed a ‘Guide to International Environmental Management Systems (EMS)’, which aims to aid the incorporation of environmental management into everyday tanker management systems.... More

21.06.2002

HYDROGEN SULPHIDE IN BUNKERS AND CRUDE OIL

Both the OCIMF and UK P&I Association have, in the recent past, brought the ever increasing incidence of the captioned problem to the attention of the maritime world.... More

21.06.2002

Tanker fleet control

Independent tanker owners own more than 80% of the fleet or more than 250 million dwt of tanker tonnage. The second biggest ownership category is the state-owned oil companies controlling some 8% of the fleet, including large companies such as Vela International Marine Ltd (5,664,128 dwt, 20 tankers), National Iranian Tanker Co (4,538,308 dwt, 26 tankers), Kuwait Oil Tanker (3,207,088 dwt, 20...... More

21.06.2002

Chemical tanker market one of the few stable shipping markets in 2001 – Deutsche Schiffsbank

According to the 2001 Annual Report of the Deutsche Schiffsbank, the chemical trade continued its long-term growth in 2001 and was one of the few relatively stable international shipping markets that year. As few chemical tankers were ordered, results improved, in particular on the long-distance route Europe-Far East and also in the European regional chemical tanker trade. After a brief reducti...... More