Citations with the tag: TANKERS
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- Fuel tanker movement made easier.
// Translog; Summer95, Vol. 9 Issue 2, p8
Focuses on the movement of loaded fuel tankers and the need of a special approval from the US Department of Transportation. Historical background; Requirements needed to assure compliance with the special approval.
// Naval Aviation News; Jan/Feb97, Vol. 79 Issue 2, p8
Presents photographs of refueling tankers during the Joint Task Force Exercise 97-1 in NAS Patuxent River, Maryland in October 1996.
- TANKER FLANKER.
// Truck & Driver; Jan2003, p28
Presents a picture of a tanker contributed by reader R. Collier from northern France.
- Worldwide tanker fleet facing major round of newbuilding.
// Offshore; Apr98, Vol. 58 Issue 4, p131
Discusses the result of the study regarding the growing number of aged tanker fleet worldwide as of April 1998. Low average annual growth over the last six years; Retirement of a significant number of tankers prior to the fifth special survey; Low number of very large crude carrier fleet which...
- Texas tanker vanishes in Bermuda Triangle.
// Free Press (Buda, TX); 5/30/2012, Vol. 110 Issue 8, p3C
The article presents information on a tanker "Sulphur Queen" from Texas which has disappeared in Bermuda Triangle.
- BANGLADESH - TAMING THE GIANTS.
// Green Futures; May/Jun2007, Issue 64, p24
An image of local shipbreakers and a supertanker in Bangladesh is provided.
- JO TANKERS NEW VESSEL.
Cozier, Muriel // European Chemical News; 2/17/2003, Vol. 78 Issue 2040, p18
Reports the addition of the Jo Sequoia parcel tanker to the fleet of Jo Tankers in February 2003. Description of the vessel.
- Whale will exhibit its ADR tanker.
Cozier, Muriel // Motor Transport; 4/4/2011, p25
A preview of the (Agreement concerning the international carriage of dangerous goods by road) ADR tanker from Whale Tankers Ltd. is presented.
- Online Poll.
Cozier, Muriel // Business Insurance; 12/9/2002, Vol. 36 Issue 49, p19
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- Tanker spilling oil off Pakistan's coast.
Veysey, Sarah // Business Insurance; 8/18/2003, Vol. 37 Issue 33, p13
A Maltese-flagged oil tanker has broken in two off the coast of Pakistan and is suspected to have leaked at least 1.5 million gallons of oil. The single-hulled tanker, Tasman Spirit, was carrying more than 19.7 million gallons of light crude oil when it ran aground close to Karachi, Pakistan, on...
- 'HIJACK' ATTEMPT MAY NOT HAVE BEEN, FBI SAYS.
Veysey, Sarah // Overdrive; Apr2002, Vol. 41 Issue 4, p73
Reports a hijack attempt to a fuel tanker driver in North Carolina by two Middle Eastern-looking man. Command of the hijackers to drive the Mobile Oil Service off the road on U.S. 264 west of Wilson.
- Tank Full of PM.
Veysey, Sarah // PS: Preventive Maintenance Monthly; Dec2006, Issue 649, p12
The article presents an instructional material on the maintenance of the M978 Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical Truck (HEMTT) Tankers.
- Tire Chains on Fuel Tankers OK.
Veysey, Sarah // PS: Preventive Maintenance Monthly; Jan2007, Issue 650, p13
The article presents an instructional material on the maintenance of fuel tankers.
- RHA backs HSE on tanker safety.
Veysey, Sarah // Motor Transport; 4/24/2003, p4
Suggests that road tanker fleet in Great Britain will become much safer for drivers if the industry follows an RHA tanker group protocol. Partnership between the RHA and the Health & Safety Executive to drive through improvements in safety that are overdue; Timescale envisaged by the protocol.
- The Naughty Tanker.
Shannon Jr., James V. // Saturday Evening Post; 11/8/1947, Vol. 220 Issue 19, p174
The article presents an anecdote about the U.S. tanker S. S. Five Forks' encounter with a British submarine.
- Rough waters for shipbuilders.
Shannon Jr., James V. // OECD Observer; Jan2001, Issue 224, p12
Focuses on the decrease of the demand of shipbuilders in OECD countries. Acceleration of the phasing out of single hull oil tankers; Restoration of the profitability of shipbuilders; Application of anti dumping provisions to shipbuilding.
- Punting the tankers.
Shannon Jr., James V. // Hill; 9/11/2008, Vol. 15 Issue 103, p24
The article reports on the controversy pertaining to the $35 billion contract of Pentagon which is intended to build a fleet of new mid-air refueling tankers for the Air Force in Washington.
- GOLDEN EIGHTIES OLDIES.
Shannon Jr., James V. // Truck & Driver; May2011, p25
The article presents several photographs of trucks including Volvo C206 PEG and Foden 4300/Gloster Saro tanker.
- PICTURE POST.
Shannon Jr., James V. // Truck & Driver; May2011, p28
The article presents photographs of several trucks including 1974 Atkinson Borderer of Leggett Freightways, Iveco EuroStar and Carnegie Fuels' Scania R420 wagon and drag tanker.
- Oil tanker seized off Togo coast.
Shannon Jr., James V. // Prague Post; 8/29/2012, Vol. 21 Issue 35, pA4
The article reports that a naval patrol boat of pirates took control of a Greek oil tanker off the coast of Togo.
- TANKER USED AS BOMB IN NORTH AFRICA.
Shannon Jr., James V. // Overdrive; Jun2002, Vol. 42 Issue 6, p16
Reports on the use of a tanker truck in a terrorist attack in Tunisia. Number of casualties in the bombings; Tactics used by the bomber; Name of the suspect.
- Tanker runs aground.
Shannon Jr., James V. // Chemical Week; 11/20/1996, Vol. 158 Issue 45, p64
Reports that a tanker carrying butadiene ran aground off Key Biscayne near Miami, Florida in November 1996.
- Predicting interactive effects of CALM buoys with deepwater offloading systems.
O'Sullivan, Michael // Offshore; Jan2003, Vol. 63 Issue 1, p66
Focuses on the effects of catenary anchor leg mooring (CALM) buoys on remote deepwater. Utilization of steel pipe for the offloading lines; Influence of the system on the motions of the CALM buoy; Use of shuttle tanker for offloading systems.
O'Sullivan, Michael // AirGuide Online.com; 12/7/2009, p14
The article reports on the move of Somali pirates to stop a tanker carrying crude oil from Saudi Arabia to the U.S. in the dangers waters of East Africa.
- Down to the sea.
Stein, Lisa // U.S. News & World Report; 12/2/2002, Vol. 133 Issue 21, p12
Emergency workers in northwest Spain tried to stop a rising tide of viscous black muck from the ruptured hull of a shipwrecked tanker named Prestige.
- Exploding Supertankers.
Stein, Lisa // Time; 1/25/1971, Vol. 97 Issue 4, p53
The article offers information regarding the explosion of 207,000-ton supertanker Marpessa, which was steaming southward past the coast of Senegal in order to pick up crude oil from the Persian Gulf.
Wilmore, Kathy // Junior Scholastic; 3/18/2013, Vol. 115 Issue 16, p6
The article focuses on the increasing attacks of pirates on oil tankers in the Gulf of Guinea to steal their cargo or oil.
- Boeing, Northrop Grumman, Airbus.
Wilmore, Kathy // AirGuide Business; 2/15/2010, p9
The article reports on the final guidelines for Air Force's KC-X refueling tanker that will be released not earlier than February 23, 2010.
- Indian Sailors Recount Somali Pirate Attack.
Kinetz, Erika // India -- West; 5/11/2012, Vol. 37 Issue 25, pA42
The article discusses hijacking and release of Italian tanker Enrico Ievoli from Somali pirates.
- 2002 Worldwide MODU Construction/Upgrade Survey.
Kinetz, Erika // Offshore; Jul2002, Vol. 62 Issue 7, p48
Presents an update on upgrade or construction of some oil vessels as of July 2002.
- Aluminium tanker to debut at FPS show.
Kinetz, Erika // Commercial Motor; 3/22/2007, Vol. 205 Issue 5221, p14
The article feature an aluminum tanker from Northern Irish Crossland Tankers.
- Tanker owners seek improved port facilities.
Kinetz, Erika // DPC: Dredging & Port Construction; Nov98, Vol. 25 Issue 11, p6
Reports on International Association of Tanker Owners' launch of a campaign to persuade European countries to improve tanker handling facilities at their ports. Need for the implementation of a wish list which includes a traffic control system for the English Channel; Organization's emphasis on...
- Completion of oil tanker could mark end of era for Avondale.
Slawsky, Richard // New Orleans CityBusiness (1994 to 2008); 11/01/2004, Vol. 25 Issue 18, p8
Reports on the impact of the completion of the Polar Enterprise oil tanker on North Grumman's Avondale shipyard. Delivery of the tanker to Polar Tankers Inc. Operations of the sips between Alaska and West Coast; Barrels of oil carried by each vessel; Analysis of the Oil Pollution Act of 1990.
Slawsky, Richard // MEED: Middle East Economic Digest; 1/31/1997, Vol. 41 Issue 5, p19
Reports on the decision by the National Iranian Tanker Co.'s on the winning bid for a contract for five oil tankers in Iran. Description of the tankers to be built; Total amount of the contract to be awarded.
- 'Buy British' campaign aims to turn the tide and safeguard jobs.
Slawsky, Richard // Management Services; Apr2002, Vol. 46 Issue 4, p7
Reports that the exterior of a tanker operated by the P and O Trans European on behalf of the BP Special Products, a division of the BP Lubricants and Special Products Ltd., as of November 2000, is now sporting a distinctive new look with the appearance of a female robot named Viva.
- Polish Armour Export Success.
Luczak, Wojciech // Military Technology; Aug2003, Vol. 27 Issue 8/9, p38
Reports on the development of 67 MTL-B multi-purpose tankers in Poland. Use of the armored artillery prime movers in stabilization forces; Specification of the radio transeivers and satellite navigation systems; Terms of embargo on military sales.
- Tragedy at Sea.
Costello, Emily // Scholastic SuperScience; Apr2003, Vol. 14 Issue 7, p6
Reports on after effects of an oil spill caused by shipwreck of an oil tanker in the Atlantic Ocean on November 13, 2002. Estimated quantity of crude oil that was carried by the tanker; Reason why the Spanish government did not want the wrecked ship to be near its coastline; Areas that were...
- Gates to decide midair tanker arbiter soon.
Tiron, Roxana // Hill; 6/10/2009, Vol. 16 Issue 67, p20
The article reports on the announcement by U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates on the disclosure of his decision whether the Air Force or Pentagon senior officials will be the arbiter of the establishment of midair refueling tankers.
- Toxic Time Bomb.
Tiron, Roxana // Weekly Reader News - Senior; 1/3/2003, Vol. 81 Issue 15, p2
Describes the ecological impact of the sinking of the oil tanker Prestige in the Atlantic Ocean off the coast of Spain in November 2002. Background on the disaster; Types of marine animals found in the area; History of oil disasters at sea.
Goldish, Meish // Titanic Trucks; 2010, p10
A chapter from the book "Titanic Trucks" is presented, which offers information on a tanker tractor trailer.
- Single-hull tanker phaseout studied.
Hofmann, Mark A. // Business Insurance; 1/13/2003, Vol. 37 Issue 2, p2
Focuses on the issue of replacement of single-hulled oil tankers with double-hulled vessels for prevention of oil spills. Insurance aspects of the issue; Plans for the introduction of a bill related to the issue; Effect of the breakup of oil tanker Prestige off the coast of Spain in December 2002.
- P&I club bails out oil tanker's captain.
Veysey, Sarah // Business Insurance; 2/10/2003, Vol. 37 Issue 6, p17
Reports that protection and indemnity insurer of oil tanker Prestige would grant bail to the captain of the vessel which spilled its cargo after breaking up near Spain in November 2002. Amount that the insurer has agreed to pay for the bail; Reason why the insurer decided to grant bail.
- Oil tanker insured for loss.
Veysey, Sarah // Business Insurance; 12/20/99, Vol. 33 Issue 51, p37
Reports that losses from an oil tanker accident involving Italian tanker Erika is placed in the Italian market, with protection and indemnity coverage written by the Steamship Mutual.
- Tanker profits fogged by costs.
Wiesmann, Gerrit // Chemical Week; 2/1/95, Vol. 156 Issue 4, p32
Reports on recessionary problems faced by deep-sea chemical tanker operators which was caused by the impact of major legislative changes on costs. Low freight rates and unsatisfactory capacity utilization; Legislation passed which magnifies the problem; Improvement in contracts for 1995.
- Tougher port safety controls in Europe.
G.W. // Chemical Week; 2/1/95, Vol. 156 Issue 4, p34
Reports on a European Commission (EC) directive for stricter safety checks on foreign-flagged ships. Factors behind the issuance of the directive; Requirements demanded by the new regulation.
- Best choice for temporary oil storage.
Nesbit, William // Electrical World; May/Jun2001, Vol. 215 Issue 3, p39
Focuses on storage tanks used in the oil industry for oil storage in the United States. Problems encountered in oil tanks; Types of storage tanks; Features and maintenance of tanks.
- Unbalanced bays.
Thomas, Jeff // Flying Safety; Oct97, Vol. 53 Issue 10, p2
Discusses problems affecting KC-135 winter operations and measures to deal with such problems. Uncommanded rotation on initial takeoff; Contamination of elevator balanced bays; Importance of visual inspection of the control surface bays for evidence of snow or ice accumulations.
- Suezmaxes head for harder times.
Thomas, Jeff // MEED: Middle East Economic Digest; 8/23/96, Vol. 40 Issue 34, p16
Reports on the increasing competition provided by very large crude carriers to Suezmax Tankers. Company's inability to gain a significant market in the Gulf Region; Impact of the increase in oil production on the competition.
- How to be reconciled with an oil-spill.
Morpurgo, Horatio // New Internationalist; Apr2003, Issue 355, p34
Reports on the November 19, 2002, sinking of the oil tanker Prestige off the coast of Galicia, Spain and the reaction of the Spanish government to the oil spill. Participation of environmentalist organizations in cleaning up the oil spill; Comparison with the sinking of the tanker Aegean Sea in...
- TANKED UP.
Morpurgo, Horatio // Motor Transport; 1/22/2009, p20
A photograph of a Morrisons tanker driver filling up from the self-same filling station to which he has just delivered fuel is presented.