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  1. Intertanko tallies tanker deliveries

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    Mon, 20 Sep 1993

  2. Tsakos takes delivery of VLCC

    Tsakos Energy Navigation Ltd. has taken delivery of the 298,900 dwt double-hull very large crude carrier (VLCC) La Prudencia built in 1993. The vessel has been immediately employed by a major oil company for a 50-day voyage.

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    Fri, 27 Jan 2006

  3. Kazakhstan orders oil tankers from Russian shipyard

    Russia's Krasnoye Sormovo Shipyard will construct three 13,000- dwt crude tankers for Kazakhstan's KazMorTransFlot shipping company, all to be delivered to the Caspian Sea port of Aktau in 2009-10.

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    Wed, 22 Apr 2009

  4. WATCHING THE WORLD HOW TO SHORTEN TANKER VOYAGES

    With David Knott from London Egypt,s Suez Canal Authority is considering a $1.2 billion program to deepen the canal from its current 53 ft draft to 67 ft. This would allow laden tankers of as much as 250,000 dwt to pass through, compared with the current maximum of 150,000 dwt . Drewry Shipping ...

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    Mon, 28 Dec 1992

  5. LARGEST TAIWAN SPM TERMINAL INSTALLED

    A. R. Schultz Intec Engineering Inc. Houston Chinese Petroleum Corp. (CPC) last year installed and commissioned Taiwan's largest single-point mooring (SPM) terminal. This, the third of four planned SPM terminals, is unloading 100,000-300,000 dwt crude-oil tankers 5 miles offshore Kaohsiung, Taiwan, ...

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    Mon, 17 Feb 1992

  6. INTERNATIONAL BRIEFS

    OVERSEAS SHIPHOLDING GROUP INC. (OSG), New York, placed orders for construction of two 93,650 dwt double hull tankers for delivery in late 1993 and early 1994. Contractors aren't disclosed. OSG's operating fleet consists of 65 vessels totaling 6.1 million dwt , all of which are employed.

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    Mon, 18 Nov 1991

  7. TANKER COLLISION SPILLS CRUDE OIL OFF SUMATRA

    The safety record of the world tanker industry is rapidly growing worse. In the latest accident, two crude oil tankers collided and caught fire on the evening of Jan. 20 in a busy shipping lane off the northwest coast of Sumatra. The Maersk Navigator, a 255,000 dwt vessel carrying 1.65 million bbl ...

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    Tue, 26 Jan 1993

  8. INDUSTRY BRIEFS

    STATIA TERMINALS, Miami, opened its petroleum storage and marine terminal at Point Tupper, N.S., last month with arrival of the 45,000 dwt products tanker MV Fandango. The new terminal, designed for bulk tankers as large as 350,000 dwt , has capacity for 4 million bbl of light products and 3.6 ...

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    Mon, 5 Jul 1993

  9. Hyundai Heavy Industries lets $70 million tanker contract to ENOC unit

    Emirates National Oil Co.'s (ENOC) transportation subsidiary Dubai Shipping Co. (DSC) has awarded South Korea's Hyundai Heavy Industries Co. (HHI) a $70 million contract to build two 75,000 dwt double-hulled, clean product tankers for delivery in 2005.

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    Mon, 16 Jun 2003

  10. MISC orders four Aframax tankers from Tsuneishi

    Malaysian International Shipping Corp. (MISC) subsidiary AET Inc. Ltd. has placed a $260 million order with Japan's Tsuneishi Corp. for four 107,500 dwt Aframax tankers.

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    Wed, 1 Nov 2006

  11. More tankers headed into international oil trade

    Aquamarine Shipholding Maritime SA, Panama City, Panama, took ownership in April from NKK's Tsu shipyard near Nagoya, Japan, of Tateyama, a new 300,000- dwt VLCC oil tanker.

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    Mon, 3 Jun 2002

  12. GOTAAS-LARSEN ORDERS VLCCS FROM DAEWOO

    Gotaas-Larsen Shipping Corp., Monaco, has placed an order for four very large crude carriers with double sides provided by ballast tanks with Daewoo Shipbuilding & Heavy Machinery Ltd. of South Korea. The vessels, each 300,000 dwt , will cost about $400 million total. They are scheduled for delivery ...

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    Mon, 9 Apr 1990

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