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Thoughts on that article about 16 ships and their pollution

By • Nov 26th, 2009 • Category: General, Tankers

Earlier this week Fred Pearce wrote an article entitled ‘How 16 ships create as much pollution as all the cars in the world’. You can read his article on the Mail Online The article was posted online on Saturday 21st November and attracted 138 comments before the Mail closed the comments section on Tuesday 24th. […]

Best Management Practices re piracy

By • Aug 27th, 2009 • Category: General, Piracy

Best Management Practices re piracy in GoA and off Somalia – Version 2 We are not publishing any podcasts this week due to holidays, but hope that this entry, from Intertanko, will be of interest to you… An updated version (Version 2 dated August 2009) of the Industry Best Management Practices (BMP) re piracy in […]

Notes on Piracy

By • Jul 9th, 2009 • Category: General, Piracy

Notes on Piracy based on comments from breakout session at Marine Money New York. To describe the scale of the problem of piracy facing the shipping industry at the moment we need look no further than the moderator of the recent Marine Money conference in New York who said that “putting a man on the […]

Press release from Intertanko Tokyo event

By • May 14th, 2009 • Category: General

Although we are not posting this as a podcast, we felt that the contents of this press release from our friends at INTERTANKO would be of interest to you: please feel free to add your comments below… May 14: This decade has seen INTERTANKO and the tanker industry, by taking a lead and coming up […]