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INTERTANKO/HEIDMAR Terminal Vetting Database UPDATE. INTERTANKO North American Panel October 4, 2005 Capt John N. Hill Heidmar, Inc. - The International Association of Independent Tanker Owners -. INTERTANKO Membership. Some figures… 230 Members 2,030 tankers 157 million dwt

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INTERTANKO/HEIDMAR

Terminal Vetting Database

UPDATE

INTERTANKO

North American Panel

October 4, 2005

Capt John N. Hill

Heidmar, Inc


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- The International Association of Independent Tanker Owners -


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INTERTANKO Membership

Some figures…

  • 230 Members

  • 2,030 tankers

  • 157 million dwt

  • 37 countries

  • 72% of independent fleet

  • 290 Associate Members


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INTERTANKO

  • 23 Strong Secretariat+ 8 Consultants

  • Managing Director, Dr. Peter M. Swift

  • Offices in London, Oslo, Washington & Singapore

  • 14 Committees and Working Groups and 4 Regional Panels

  • 60 Work Items on the Agenda


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HEIDMAR…

A MARINE LOGISTICS COMPANY


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HEIDMAR…

  • Commercially Manages 4 tanker pools, currently totaling more than 90 vessels.

  • Office locations in Darien CT, Houston TX, Caracas, London, and Singapore.

  • Operates Heidenreich Lightering Services of Houston, since late 2002. Doing about 25 lighterings per month.

  • Provides Q88 Oilco Questionnaire Service to the Industry through Heidenreich Innovations, Inc. affiliate. Presently used by over 239 Owners operating over 2700 tankers.

  • Employs 15 different nationalities ashore, including 13 in Connecticut out of 60 employees.

  • Works with over 31 ship owners of varying nationalities.


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Some Methods Used To Keep Our Quality…

  • Report Cards From Terminals Every Call--TERMINAL SATISFACTION SHEETS

  • External Reviews of ouir Ships, People and Procedures--Port Capt. Audits

  • Annual Quality Inspections--Star/Dorado/Sigma Inspections

  • Semi Annual brainstorming meetings with pool partners

  • Convening of special events as needed

    AND…

    In conjunction with INTERTANKO,

    The Terminal Vetting Database


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FACT

  • Since the worldwide acceptance of VETTING as a way of life in tanker shipping, the quality of tanker tonnage has improved.

This caused us to ask…………………


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IF THE VETTING PROCESS WORKS FOR SHIPS, WHY NOT TRY IT ON TERMINALS ??


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HENCE, THE TERMINAL VETTING

DATABASE WAS BORN


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From a Small Start We have over 107 Companies Participating


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Number of reports received for each country within Americas


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WE KEPT IT SIMPLE

ONE PAGE

USER-FRIENDLY


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THE RATINGS

1. Poor: Worse than average in all areas. Needs lot of

improvement.

2. Below Average: Worse than average in some areas. Could use

some improvement.

3. Average: Fully adequate.

4. Above Average: Better than average in some regards.

5. Excellent: Of a very high quality in all regards.


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The Questions Asked


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We have learned

…Only 22 percent of terminals accept slops!!

…Only 29 percent of loadports issue MSDS’s


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THIS IS INTERESTING TO US

  • BECAUSE IT IDENTIFIES MORE WAYS FOR US TO IMPROVE OUR LOT

  • AND IN SO DOING, VALIDATES THE TVD PROGRAM


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3 LEVELS OF UTILITY

Level 1: Vessel Manager can review terminals

prior to vessel’s call

Level 2: Owners can review and follow up on

any problems individually with his terminal

counterparts

Level 3: The Intertanko Vetting Committee can be tasked to follow up with any “problem terminals” not responding to Owner’s observations


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Level 2

  • IS WHERE WE SEE THE GREATEST UTILITY OF THE SYSTEM.

  • Because it provides a direct avenue for Owner to work with terminal to fix problems without making a huge issue out of it.


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But Level 3

  • Remains as a viable alternative if a resolution cannot be effected


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BUT THERE ARE OTHER UNCHARTED SYNERGIES

…ANALYSIS BY INTERTANKO

…IDENTIFICATION OF PROBLEM TERMINALS

…BUILDING OF ALLIANCES WITH LIKE-MINDED ORGANIZATIONS

WHO KNOWS WHAT WE CAN ACCOMPLISH

THROUGH MUTUAL COOPERATION ??


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TO DATE WE HAVE RECEIVED OVER 7000 REPORTS

INDUCED AT LEAST THREE TERMINALS TO MAKE

EXTENSIVE IMPROVEMENTS

We also can report that BP recently agreed to participate, and has 40 staffers involved collecting and inputting reports!!

And one other oil major has just expressed high interest in it.

BUT THERE IS MUCH MORE TO DO!!


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So, please

Check out the program on www.Intertanko.com

…Take a blank form

…Bring it to Your Office

…Talk it Up With Your People

…Get Involved With this Program

…Send us Your Comments

AND HELP US KEEP OUR INDUSTRY CLEAN


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Capt John N. Hill

Heidenreich Marine

For the INTERTANKO

VETTING COMMITTEE


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