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No. 37/2005

  • 15 September – informal CPR meeting in Richmond
  • 15-16 September – Executive Committee, Petersham Hotel, Richmond (London)
  • 20 September – INTERTANKO Technical Seminar, Mumbai
  • 23-24 September – INTERTANKO Safety, Technical and Environmental Committee (ISTEC), Limassol
  • 29 September - Associate Members Committee, Greenwich (Conn.)
  • 3 October – Chemical Tanker Sub-Committee of the Americas (CTSCA), League City
  • 4 October – North American Panel, Wyndham Greenspoint, Houston
  • 5-6 October – Seatrade Maritime London
  • 12 October - INTERTANKO Documentary Committee, London
  • 13 October - INTERTANKO Insurance & Legal Committee, London
  • 18 October – Bunker Sub-Committee, London
  • 18 - 22 October - FONASBA Annual Meeting, Tokyo
  • 24 October – Latin America Panel, Miami
  • 24 October – Vetting Seminar, Miami
  • 25 October – Hellenic Forum, Athens
  • 9 November – CPR meeting in London
  • 10-11 November – INTERTANKO Council, London
  • 24 November – Chemical Tanker Committee
  • 30 November - Vetting Committee, Singapore
  • 8 December – International Seminar on Tanker Safety, Pollution Prevention and Spill Preparedness, Shanghai
  • ... More
  • INTERTANKO Annual Report and Review 2004
  • Guiding Principles to Emergency Management and Crisis Communications
  • A Guide to Bunkering of Ships for the purposes of Annex VI to MARPOL
  • Tanker Bills of Lading – A Practical Guide
  • A Guide for correct entries in the Oil Record Book - Part 1 (Machinery Space Operation)
  • A Guide to Crude Oil Washing and Cargo Heating Criteria
  • Tanker Specification Awareness Guide
  • A Guide to Tanker Charters
  • ... More

    Published

    Article

    16.09.2005

    How to detect ‘suspected’ vessels – a project for the Baltic Sea

    At a meeting on 6 September more Baltic Member States agreed to follow the successful experience of Finland and Norway , by cooperating in the issuing of immediate warnings whenever a single hull tanker is detected carrying heavy grade oil al on g their coasts.    The warning should be issued on the basis of a list of tankers updated by the European Maritime Safety Agency (EMSA). The list of...... More

    16.09.2005

    Thanks to the U.S. Coast Guard staff for their tireless efforts in the wake of Hurricane Katrina

    INTERTANKO and INTERCARGO have this week written on behalf of the membership of both organisati on s to Admiral Tom Collins, Commandant of the U.S. Coast Guard, to express our admirati on and thanks for the tireless, and even self-sacrificing efforts of the Coast Guard during the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.   Click here to view the letter.   This work has been carried out when they...... More

    16.09.2005

    INTERTANKO Terminal Vetting Database – continual improvement to the system

    Previously, when entering reports, you were required to enter your company name and company e-mail address for each new report created.     Now we have added a new functi on which will on ly require you to enter your company name and e-mail address on ce, when you log on to the database.  Thereafter, when entering a new report the company name and email address will automatically be entered unt...... More

    16.09.2005

    Second tanker transportation conference in St Petersburg looks at the challenges and opportunities of tanker shipping from Russia and Central Asia

    The technical difficulties of infrastructural development necessary to export the energy products from on e of the biggest oil exporters in the world - the c on straints of geography and weather on tanker transportati on - the reacti on s of coastal states to laden tankers on innocent passage past their shores - all sorts of political pressures…   It is the challenges and opportunities provided...... More

    16.09.2005

    New thinking in the oil markets?

    It is a time of some new uncertainties on the oil markets – and therefore for tanker operators. The 1980s and 1990s saw a new era of  cross trading with new delivery routes for crude as well as for refined oils – and this coming after years of a relatively simple trading structure in the 1960s and 1970s which meant l on g and unproductive ballast legs. Are we in the following decade now looking...... More

    16.09.2005

    5-80,000 dwt phase-out size profile different from orderbook size profile

    The size distributi on of tankers 5,000-80,000 dwt to be phased out of the oil trades according to MARPOL 13G is quite different from the size distributi on of the orderbook, said INTERTANKO's Manager of Research and Projects Erik Ranheim at the Lloyd's List's 7th Product Tanker C on ference in L on d on this week.   There are about 28m deadweight t on s of single-hull tankers 5,000-80,000 dwt ...... More

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    INTERTANKO IN THE NEWS

    TradeWinds, 16 September 2005 - EU spill law stillborn Lloyd’s List, 16 September 2005 – Is shipping’s image blockbuster set for happy ending ... More