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Wednesday, November 21, 2018

No. 01 & 02/2004

  • Hellenic Forum Meeting, 19 January 2004, Athens
  • Environmental Committee meeting, 19-20 January 2004, London
  • INTERTANKO Legal and Insurance Seminar, 20 January 2004, Athens.
  • Documentary Committee Meeting Dinner, 22 January 2004, London
  • Documentary Committee Meeting, 23 January 2004, London
  • Regional Vetting meeting, 28 January 2004, Singapore
  • Register for the Advanced Media Training Course, 5 February 2004
  • Asian Regional Panel meeting, 25 February 2004, Shanghai
  • INTERTANKO Seminar “The Tanker World Today”, 25 February 2004, Shanghai
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    INTERTANKO European Reference Group meets in Brussels on 7-8 January

    An inaugural meeting took place in Brussels of the INTERTANKO European Reference Group on European Union tanker issues. The overall aim of the Group is to serve as a forum for discussion and review of the programmes, policies and strategies of the Association in Europe within the general policies set by the INTERTANKO Council.... More


    INTERTANKO represented in the Places of Refuge Project Workgroup

    Teekay will serve on behalf of INTERTANKO in a working group to address the issue of places of refuge for the West Coast of the United States and Canada and the Hawaiian Islands.... More


    INTERTANKO/INTERCARGO Joint Secretariat effective 1 January 2004

    On 1 January the joint INTERTANKO/INTERCARGO secretariat came into being with the aim of using the combined resources of both Associations more effectively while at the same time retaining their independence.... More


    Job opportunity in INTERTANKO

    INTERTANKO is seeking a Deputy Manager, to be based in London, to assist the Marine & Chemical Director in its London Office and the Technical Director in its US Office. This is a permanent position but suitable candidates on secondment from INTERTANKO members' staff for a minimum period of 2 years will be considered.... More


    INTERTANKO Chemical Study update

    INTERTANKO is having to expand its ‘Tonnage Availability Impact Study’, which aims to verify the Type 2 and Type 3 space currently available within the membership, and undertake a survey of its members to ascertain that the information utilised is as accurate and up-to-date as possible.... More


    Change in Maritime Security Condition (MARSEC) 21 December 2003

    Port Security Information Bulletin PSIB 31-03 announces that the Captain of the Port has raised the Maritime Security Condition (MARSEC) in the ports of Houston, Galveston, Texas City, and Freeport from MARSEC I to MARSEC II.... More


    USCG Deepwater Ports Act (DWPA) - Temporary Interim Final Rule

    On 6 January 2004 the USCG issued a Temporary Interim Final Rule reflecting public comments received in response to the NPRM of May 2002 but also containing new provisions to accommodate the use of deepwater ports to handle liquefied natural gas.... More


    USCG introduces ballast treatment technology programme

    The United States Coast Guard (USCG) has recently announced the creation of the Shipboard Technology Evaluation Program (STEP), which is aimed at encouraging ship owners to participate in experimental projects and install test systems on board their ships in order to advance the progress of treatment technology.... More


    List of IACS Societies as Recognised Organisations

    IACS has recently submitted to the IMO Sub-Committee on Flag State Implementation 12th Session (FSI 21) details of authorisations granted to IACS Member Societies by flag Administrations to undertake statutory surveys and issue certificates on their behalf.... More




    Few old large tankers left in the market

    The large Category 1 1970s- and early 1980s-built tankers are now definitely on the way out. Only 24 VLCCs totalling 6.9 m built in 1984 and earlier appear to be in the market, although there is some doubt as to whether a number of 1970s-built tankers are actually still trading. We therefore do not anticipate that sales for recycling in 2004 will be as high as in 2003, when we recorded 30 U/VLC...... More


    POINTS OF VIEW - Positive outlook for 2004 – enjoy while you can!

    Looking at a number of broker reports and forecasts, the bottom line seems to be that few can see an early end to the good times, but some point up factors which might have a dampening effect.... More



    Press articles this week.... More