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ChevronTexaco Shipping Company LLC Clearance & Vetting System INTERTANKO MEETING Houston Presented by Eric Osen 24 September 2002 ChevronTexaco Shipping Company LLC (CTS) the Company Established in 1896

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ChevronTexaco Shipping Company LLCClearance & Vetting System

INTERTANKO MEETING

Houston

Presented by

Eric Osen

24 September 2002


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ChevronTexaco Shipping Company LLC (CTS)

the Company

  • Established in 1896

  • The exclusive provider of marine transportation and services to the ChevronTexaco companies

  • Provides day-to-day support to Logistics & Trading

  • Manages 30 vessels including FSOs and FPSOs and LPG carriers

  • Negotiates spot, period and bareboat charters

  • Provides marine and analytical expertise for upstream and downstream projects

  • Responsible for all ChevronTexaco marine activities


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Clearance & Vetting Organization


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Definitions

Third-party Vessel – A vessel which is not owned, managed, chartered or in any way directly controlled by ChevronTexaco.

Clearance – The approval or disapproval of a chartering or cargo trading transaction. Each Clearance consists of an approval or disapproval of a vessel, and if approved, the associated vessel/terminal combinations are either approved or disapproved.

Vessel Inspection – An onboard inspection conducted in accordance with the OCIMF SIRE or CDI Inspection Program Format.

Terminal Feedback – An assessment of a vessel’s performance and/or condition made in conjunction with the vessel’s call at a marine terminal.


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Clearance – What is it?

  • A Commitment to Protecting People and the Environment

  • An opportunity to minimize the risks associated with using third-party vessels.

  • An opportunity to balance risk and reward!

  • A tool which enables charterers to choose the lowest risk alternative.


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Why Clear Ships and Barges?

  • The quality of tank vessels varies across a broad range.

  • Industry policing bodies are not effective enough.

  • Casualties can result in severe consequences.

  • Operational mishaps can be costly and can disrupt the supply chain.

  • Public Scrutiny of tanker incidents is intense.

  • Charterers have a choice!


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Vet Vessels / Operators

Inspection Data

Vessel age and condition

Crew Quality

Management System

Shore Organization

ChevTex Experience

Charter & Terminal

Casualty History

Port State History

Industry Information

Overall Quality

Owner and Fleet

Screen Each Transaction

Charter or FOB

Type Charter

(VC, TC, Parcel)

Type cargo

System Relationship

Environmental Sensitivity

Port/Terminal Risks

Quality of nominated Vessel and Owner

Alternatives & Costs

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How do we assess risk?


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Activity Level Since Merger

Per Year

ChevronTexaco Inspections 1700

SIRE/CDI Inspections Reviewed 2000

Terminal Feedback Reports 1000

Vessels Nominated for Clearance9000



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Onboard Inspection Program

  • Passing an onboard inspection does not guarantee acceptability for ChevronTexaco service.

  • Vessels without an inspection on file with SIRE are generally not acceptable.

  • ChevronTexaco participates in and fully supports OCIMF’s SIRE program.

  • The inspection performance of one ship can effect our view of the entire fleet.

  • We are working to keep the costs of inspections at a reasonable level.


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