Intertanko Meetings In Athens

Tuesday, October 16, 2001
INTERTANKO's Executive Committee and Council Autumn Meetings will take place in Athens 24-26 October 2001. In conjunction with the meetings, INTERTANKO will be hosting an Open Market Seminar on Wednesday, 24 October. Colin Cridland, Director SSY Consultancy and Research Ltd. will speak on tanker investments. Odd Hassel of Cambridge Energy Research Associates (CERA) will be talking about oil trade developments in the Black Sea and Caspian region and the consequences of the new pipeline from Baku to Ceyhan. Martin Stopford, H. Clarkson & Co. Ltd. will concentrate on strategic issues in the tanker market against the background of recent events. Finn Engelsen jr, Lorentzen & Stemoco will present prospects for the product tanker market and Jarle Hammer, Fearnleys AS will concentrate on trade developments in the tanker market. Erik Ranheim, INTERTANKO, will introduce and moderate the seminar.

There will be a seminar on Thursday 25 October, INTERTANKO jointly with ITOPF on Tanker Safety, Pollution Prevention, Spill Response and Compensation. The latter is sponsored by ITOPF and INTERTANKO in association with Ceres Hellenic Shipping Enterprises.

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