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Heidmar Marine Forum IV March 29, 2012. INTERTANKO OVERVIEW JOSEPH ANGELO MANAGING DIRECTOR. INTERTANKO WORKPLAN PRIORITIES CURRENT MAJOR ISSUES TANKER INCIDENTS WEB SITE INFORMATION ANNUAL TANKER EVENT. INTERTANKO . MISSION

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Heidmar marine forum iv march 29 2012

Heidmar Marine Forum IVMarch 29, 2012

INTERTANKO OVERVIEW

JOSEPH ANGELO

MANAGING DIRECTOR


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INTERTANKO

WORKPLAN PRIORITIES

CURRENT MAJOR ISSUES

TANKER INCIDENTS

WEB SITE INFORMATION

ANNUAL TANKER EVENT


Intertanko

INTERTANKO

MISSION

Provide Leadershipto the Tanker Industry in serving the World

with the SAFE, ENVIRONMENTALLY

SOUND AND EFFICIENT seaborne transportation of oil, gas

and chemical products


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INTERTANKO

PRIMARY GOAL

Lead the CONTINUOUS IMPROVEMENT

of the Tanker Industry’s Performance

in striving to achieve

the Goals of:

  • Zero Fatalities

  • Zero Pollution

  • Zero Detentions


Membership

MEMBERSHIP

MEMBERSHIP is open to independent tanker owners and operators of oil and chemical tankers (i.e. non-oil companies and non-state controlled tanker owners) who meet the membership criteria.

ASSOCIATE MEMBERSHIPis available to any entity with an interest in the shipping of oil and chemicals.


Membership1

MEMBERSHIP

  • 230+ Members

  • 3,200+ Tankers

  • 280+ Million DWT

  • Members in 40+ countries

  • MORE THAN 75% OF THE INDEPENDENT TANKER FLEET

  • 330+ Associate Members


Workplan priorities

WORKPLAN PRIORITIES

CORE PURPOSES

  • SAFETY/TECHNICAL

  • SEAFARERS

  • ENVIRONMENT

  • MARINE OPERATIONS

  • REGULATORY/LEGAL

  • TANKER INFORMATION


Safety technical

SAFETY/TECHNICAL

  • Damage stability P

  • Inert gas P

  • Shipyard standards P

  • Class standards P

  • Fuel quality P

  • Mercury in crude P

  • Tanker design

  • Structural integrity

  • Machinery/equipment

  • Fuel switching

  • Safe tank entry

  • Gas detection

  • Biofuels

  • Cargo properties


Seafarers

SEAFARERS

  • Criminalization

  • Crew competence

  • Shore access

  • Fair treatment of seafarers

  • Crew visas

  • Seafarer Id documents

  • Accommodation spaces

  • Cadet berthing

  • Fatigue

  • ILO/MLC 2006


Environment

ENVIRONMENT

  • GHG emissions

  • Ballast water

  • Reception facilities

  • Air emissions

  • Ship recycling

  • Anti-Fouling

  • Waste management

  • Noise pollution

  • Response management

  • Hull biofouling

  • Ship striking mammals


Marine operations

MARINE OPERATIONS

  • Piracy

  • Vetting

  • Port State Control

  • Chemical operations

  • Loadlines off South Africa

  • Lifesaving appliances

  • Pilotage

  • Port & Terminals

  • Navigation issues

  • Offshore operations

  • Ship/Ship transfer

  • ISPS Code

  • Security Officers

  • Ship security alert systems

  • Accident investigations


Regulatory legal

REGULATORY/LEGAL

  • Sanctions

  • Limits of liability

  • Insurance

  • Oil spill compensation

  • Conflict in law

  • UNCLOS

  • Legislation

  • Charter party

  • FDIP

  • Demurrage

  • Intellectual property

  • Worldscale

  • Anti-corruption


Tanker information

TANKER INFORMATION

  • Tanker market

  • Panel meetings

  • Web

  • Sustainability (NEW)

  • Weekly News

  • Annual Review/Report

  • Publications

  • Presentations

  • Tanker statistics

  • Incident analysis

  • Workshops

  • Seminars

  • Bulletins

  • Global Political/

    Economic Environment


Excom council issues

EXCOM/COUNCIL ISSUES

High level discussions with OCIMF

Piracy

Greenhouse gas emissions

Sustainability


Discussions with ocimf

DISCUSSIONS WITH OCIMF

High Level discussions (Chairmen) –

“Best the relationship has ever been”

Issues

  • Greenhouse gas emissions

  • Piracy – Armed guards

  • Tanker officer competency and experience

  • Vetting matters

  • Mercury in crude oil, safety aspects

  • Sustainability of the Tanker industry


Piracy somalia

PIRACY - Somalia

  • 2010 Statistics (IMB)

    - 219 attempted incidents

    - 49 hijackings (21% of incidents)

  • 2011 Statistics

    - 237 attempted incidents

    - 28 hijackings (11% of incidents)

  • 2012 Statistics (Mar 19)

    - 36 attempted incidents

    - 7 hijackings (19% of incidents)


Piracy

PIRACY

INTERTANKO FOCUS

  • Actions members can take to protect themselves

  • Actions we want governments to take to protect our members


Focus areas industry

FOCUS AREAS - INDUSTRY

  • Best Management Practices (BMP)

  • Citadels

  • Armed guards


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BMP4

Three essential requirements that cannot be over emphasized:

  • Register with MSCHOA

  • Report to UKMTO

  • Implement Self Protection Measures


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BMP4

  • Released August 15, 2011 (BMP3 issued 6/2010)

  • Updates in BMP4 include:

    - Revision to the boundaries of the High Risk Area

    - Clarification of reporting requirements for MSCHOA and UKMTO

    - New subsection on “Prosecution of Pirates – Assisting Law Enforcement Authorities”, produced with INTERPOL

    - Guidance on the assistance provided by INTERPOL.

    - New section on Armed Private Maritime Security Contractors


Compliance with bmp

COMPLIANCE WITH BMP

  • MSCHOA – currently issuing regular Monthly Compliance Report to Industry

  • Report lists vessels which are not compliant with BMP by either:

    1. not Registering with MSCHOA

    2. not Reporting to UKMTO

    3. having no visible self protection measures


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COMPLIANCE WITH BMP

Industry is responding by:

  • Contacting Shipping Companies on list

  • Emphasising need for compliance with BMP, in particular the 3 major elements in order to harden a vessel against attack

  • Urging compliance even if armed guards are being carried

  • Requesting feed-back as to why vessels are not complying

  • Offering advice and support


Citadels

CITADELS

  • Since January 2010 there have been 27 recorded incidents of citadels being used by merchant crews under attack

  • Reporting suggests that the citadel was decisive in foiling 23 of these attacks

  • For 4, not all in citadel and/or no 2-way coms

  • Pirates developing tactics to breach citadels

  • Advise issued by the military regarding the use of CITADELS on MSCHOA web site


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CITADELS

Industry developed guidance on citadels

  • Describes the construction and use of a Citadel in order to provide effective protection against determined intrusion

  • Guidance does not recommend or endorse the use of a Citadel; aim to present the relevant facts to enable the Ship Owner/Operator to reach a reasoned conclusion as to whether or not to utilise a Citadel

  • Guidance has been approved by NATO, EUNAFOR and CMF and is available on their web sites


Armed guards

ARMED GUARDS

  • 50+ recorded incidents where onboard armed security teams were involved

  • No recorded incidents of vessels with onboard armed security teams being pirated

  • Military report use of armed guards rising

  • If embarked, military request it is reported

  • Military position – decision between shipowners and flag state


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ARMED GUARDS

INTERTANKO position regarding the use of armed guards

  • INTERTANKO believes it is the responsibility of the international navies to ensure the right of free passage on the high seas including the use of vessel protection detachments on merchant ships

  • INTERTANKO does not advocate the arming ships' crews

  • INTERTANKO believes that the use of private armed guards or private security forces onboard merchant ships has to be a matter for each individual owner or manager to assess as part of their own voyage risk assessment


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ARMED GUARDS

IMO Maritime Safety Committee

  • MSC.1/Circ.1405 – Interim Guidance to Shipowners, Ship Operators and Ship Masters on the use of Privately Contracted Armed Security Personnel on Board Ships in the High Risk Area

  • MSC.1/Circ.1406 – Interim Recommendations for Flag States regarding the use of Privately Contracted Armed Security Personnel on Board Ships in the High Risk Area

  • MSC.1/Circ.1408 – Interim Recommendations for Port and Coastal States regarding the use of Privately Contracted Armed Security Personnel on Board Ships in the High Risk Area


Focus areas govts

FOCUS AREAS - GOVTS

  • Increased "Government Will" to eradicate piracy off Somalia

  • Cease the use of mother ships

  • Increased prosecution of convicted pirates

  • Increased naval assets in the region

  • Increased public awareness to drive the desired increase in "Government Will“

  • Action to address the root cause of piracy ashore in Somalia


Sos campaign

SOS CAMPAIGN

  • SaveOurSeafarers (SOS) campaign initiated by INTERTANKO. Joined by BIMCO, ICS, ITF and INTERCARGO

  • Contracted with PR firm to increase public, business and government awareness

  • Phase One –

    - Ad in Financial Times and World Street Journal

    - www.SaveOurSeafarers.com web site

    - Letters to UN SG, Heads of State and EU President

    - Interviews with press and news media

    - Press releases after incidents


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SOS CAMPAIGN

  • Phase Two –

    - Social media (Blog, Twitter, Facebook, etc)

    - Actively engage policy makers

    - Further ads, press releases and interviews

    - Seek high profile name to assist in cause

  • Wider industry involvement, now includes support from 30 maritime associations/organizations

  • Steering committee established to brainstorm ideas, prioritize work items and manage budget

  • Phase Three

    - More focus on high level politicians


Recent development

RECENT DEVELOPMENT

  • Feb 23 – London Somalia Conference

  • Hosted by UK PM David Cameron

  • 40+ senior government leaders

  • Focus on seven areas, including piracy

    Major Concern – Cameron statement

    “…creating an international task force to discourage the payment of ransoms to pirates and other groups to eliminate the profit motive…”


Greenhouse gas

GREENHOUSE GAS

  • Energy Efficiency Design Index (EEDI) Amendments to the MARPOL Convention Enter into force Jan 1, 2013 for new ships

    • Ship Energy Efficiency Management Plan (SEEMP) Applies to new and existing shipsShip-specific plan developed by the ship ownerINTERTANKO guide on Tanker EEMP

  • Market Based Measures (MBMs)Governments believe EEDI is not enoughNine proposals under consideration at IMOFund, ETS, Efficiency incentive scheme


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GREENHOUSE GAS

  • Policy on implementation of IMO Energy Efficiency Design Index (EEDI) requirements

    - 4 year waiver – Apply equally to all new ships

    - Method of compliance – Improved hull design, propulsion efficiency and energy optimisation, rather than predominantly on reduced speed designs

  • Policy on Market Based Measures (MBM) – MBMs are not justified at this time


Sustainability

SUSTAINABILITY

  • Deep concern that the current tanker market rates are consistently below ship owners’ operating costs.

  • INTERTANKO’s Chairman, Capt Graham Westgarth

    “If these rate levels continue for a long period, this could lead to a situation where sustainability of the oil transportation industry is threatened.”

    “Our Members operate tankers to the highest standards and will continue to do so. Operating for a prolonged period in an environment where tanker owners are not even covering their operating costs is obviously not a situation that can be maintained.”


Tanker market

TANKER MARKET

$/day


Tanker supply

TANKER SUPPLY

m dwt

number


Tanker supply1

TANKER SUPPLY

m dwt

Under above assumptions, 6% growth is necessary to regain same market balance in 2014 as in 2008


Tanker incidents and accidental pollution includes all tankers types and sizes

Tanker Incidents and accidental pollutionIncludes all tankers types and sizes


Web site information

WEB SITE INFORMATION

Databases

  • Terminal vetting

  • Port information (port costs, reception facilities)

  • Vetting inspection feedback

  • PSC inspection feedback

  • Confidential Accident Reporting (CARP)


Web site information1

WEB SITE INFORMATION

Benchmarking (comparison with INTERTANKO fleet)

  • Vessel inspection questionnaire (VIQ)

  • TMSA 2

  • Crew/officer retention

  • Lost time indictor


Annual tanker event

ANNUAL TANKER EVENT

  • Venue – Singapore

  • May 9 – Council dinner

  • May 10 – Council meeting

  • May 11 – Tanker Seminar

    - Tanker market

    - Piracy

    - Technical session


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THANKYOU!!

WWW.INTERTANKO.COM


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