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Mr Patrick Decav è le Vice Chairman, INTERTANKO. Oslo, 11 December 2006 www.intertanko.com. Our world is thirsty for oil. Tanker accidents and trade. 1000 ts spilt. Bn tonne-miles trade. Source: ITOPF/Fearnleys. Tanker fleet double-hull development. %. Source: Clarkson.

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Mr Patrick DecavèleVice Chairman, INTERTANKO

Oslo, 11 December 2006

www.intertanko.com


Our world is thirsty for oil


Tanker accidents and trade

1000 ts spilt

Bn tonne-miles trade

Source: ITOPF/Fearnleys


Tanker fleet double-hull development

%

Source: Clarkson


Shipping Industry Performance

  • Has a record of continuous improvement

  • But is not complacent !

    and is

  • “Striving for Zero”

    Zero fatalities, zero pollution, zero detentions


Shipping industry’s record ofcontinuous improvement

Q: How has this been achieved ?

A: A combination of effective

Regulation and Self-Regulation


Industry works to encourageeffective regulation

  • Developed at the global, international level, wherever appropriate (consistent with existing law)

  • Fit for purpose (provides solutions)

  • Properly considered (stakeholders involved)

  • Impact(s) fully assessed (economic and social)

  • If adopted, implemented uniformly and promptly

    By engaging with legislators, regulators, politicians and the media


  • Places of Refuge

A Solution Waiting to be Implemented

EU’s “Erika II” Package (Dec.2000) - requires Each Member State to Draw up Emergency Plans for Hosting Ships in Distress in Places of Refuge


Industry works to develop and promote self regulation

  • Adopting best practices

  • Setting in motion quality initiatives

  • Producing industry guidelines

  • Developing programmes, procedures, etc.

    By engaging with partners, legislators, regulators, politicians, media and public


Examples of Industry’s many Quality Initiatives

Tripartite dialogue: owners, builders and class:

  • Common structural rules

  • Coatings and coating performance standards

  • Goal Based Standards (Tiers IV & V)

  • Information sharing

  • Shipboard waste management

    Inter-Industry Group - (Chemical Tanker accidents):

  • Inert Gas for CT on presently exempted ships

  • Human Element Task Force


Protecting the environment


Human Element in Shipping

  • The best ship is not enough if industry to achieve its goals of continuous improvement - it needs the best staff

  • Most shipping incidents/accidents involve human error

  • INTERTANKO places great emphasis on the Human Element

  • Initiatives include new training programmes, provision of berths for cadets, etc.


Good Regulation ANDIndustry Best Practice / Self Regulation


Society and the International Shipping Industry share the same goals

Shipping should be:

  • Safe and secure

  • Environmentally responsible

  • Reliable

  • Efficient (Low cost)


Committed to continuous improvement and striving for zero !


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