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02.07.03

Member circular

certificates in place of 1969 CLC certificates e.g. Canada and Italy. It will be necessary when calling at these countries ... ) Some 1969 CLC States have agreed to accept 1992 CLC certificates as evidence of 1969 CLC liabilities, e.g. Indonesia ... are not parties to either 1969 or 1992 CLC, i.e. States which are not listed in Annex 1 or Annex 2. IMO Legal Committee discussions

02.07.03

Member circular

of World-Wide Shipping Agency (S) Pte. Ltd., Singapore as its Vice-Chairman. The Committee also considered the progress ... increase in the advance premium for owner?s P&I and Defence entries for the 1999 policy year. Furthermore, the estimated ... . Charterers? entries There will be no general increase in premiums for charterer?s P&I and Defence entries. The overall limit

30.10.03

Member circular

Highlights of the decisons of the Committee of Assuranceforeningen Gard taken at the meeting held in Geneva from 24 to 28 October 2003...

19.10.05

Loss prevention material

The marine lubricants industry has been walking a supply tightrope since the end of 2004. The industry is now facing a new and deepening supply crisis compounded by a period of unprecedented raw material price increases.

05.02.07

Member circular

The Convention requires the owner of a ship registered in a CLC Contracting State and carrying more than 2,000 tons of oil in bulk as cargo to maintain insurance cover in accordance with the requirements of the Convention, which is evidenced by the Blue Card issued by the Club. CLC tankers must carry a State certificate on board attesting the insurance cover

28.04.08

Member circular

The Bunkers Convention 2001 will enter into force on 21 November 2008. Registered owners of any sea going vessel and seaborne craft over 1,000 gross tonnes and registered in a State Party or entering or leaving a port in the territory of a State Party, will require insurance which meets the requirements of the Convention and to obtain a certificate issued by

28.04.08

Loss prevention material

The narrow Strait of Malacca is surrounded by the Malaysia, Indonesia and Singapore. It is considered to be the bottle neck

14.07.08

Member circular

Members have previously been advised that the International Convention on Civil Liability for Bunker Oil Pollution 2001 (the "Bunker Convention") will enter into force in State Parties (updated list below) on 21 November 2008...

11.08.08

Member circular

The purpose of this circular is to update Members as to application procedures for State certification and the issuance of Blue Cards.

01.09.08

Member circular

Members have previously been advised that the International Convention on Civil Liability for Bunker Oil Pollution Damage 2001 will enter into force on 21 November 2008. The attached Circular deals with ships registered in non-State parties and Pollution Charterparty clauses.

06.10.08

Member circular

A small number of administrations have agreed to issue certificates to ships registered in non-States Parties as well, namely the Cook Islands, Bahamas , Sierra Leone and the Isle of Man.

10.11.08

Member circular

A new insurance and guarantee company named Safeguard Guarantee Company Ltd (hereinafter called “Safeguard”) has been established in Bermuda for the sole purpose of offering the financial security required under the Bunker Convention for MOUs.

17.08.09

Loss prevention material

The Maritime and Port Authorities of Singapore (MPA) met with representatives of the P&I Clubs on 26 June to discuss the problem of dangerous anchoring in the Singapore area. Some anchored vessels are straying into the traffic separation scheme (TSS), and there has also been an increase in damage to subsea cables caused by incorrect anchoring. 


07.10.09

Loss prevention material

For more information please contact Loss Prevention Manager Terje R. Paulsen, email terje.paulsen@gard.no or Loss ... -09 シンガポール水域における危険な錨泊 Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA)は最近シンガポール水域内の危険な錨泊という 問題を議論するためにP&Iクラブの代表との会合を招集 した(脚注1 ... Rule10(g)(脚注2)に違反した船舶については、それぞ れの船籍国の管理機関に通告しているとMPAは述べて いる。シンガポール政府機関は又、COLREG違反であ ることに対して警戒水域(Precautionary Area

30.10.09

Loss prevention material

需要更多資訊,請聯繫:防止損失經理 Terje R. Paulsen,電郵 terje.paulsen@gard.no;或防止損失執行官Marius Schønberg,電郵marius.schonberg@gard.no。 本資料僅作一般資料之用。雖然我們已盡力確保最初公佈時資訊的準確性和質量,但是對於因依賴本資料而產生的無論任何種類的損失或損 害,Gard AS不承擔責任。www.gard.no。 © Gard AS, 2009年 8月 gardyourship ... ,請聯繫:防止損失經理 Terje R. Paulsen,電郵 terje.paulsen@gard.no;或防止損失執行官Marius Schønberg,電郵marius.schonberg@gard.no。 本資料僅作一般資料之用

30.10.09

Loss prevention material

需要更多信息,请联系:防止损失经理 Terje R. Paulsen,电邮 terje.paulsen@gard.no;或防止损失执行官Marius Schønberg,电邮marius.schonberg@gard.no。 本资料仅作一般资料之用。虽然我们已尽力确保最初公布时信息的准确性和质量,但是对于因依赖本资料而产生的无论任何种类的损失或损 害,Gard AS不承担责任。www.gard.no。 © Gard AS, 2009年 8月 gardyourship ... ,请联系:防止损失经理 Terje R. Paulsen,电邮 terje.paulsen@gard.no;或防止损失执行官Marius Schønberg,电邮marius.schonberg@gard.no。 本资料仅作一般资料之用

08.12.09

Loss prevention material

需要更多信息,请联系:防止损失经理 Terje R. Paulsen,电邮 terje.paulsen@gard.no;或防止损失执行官Marius Schønberg,电邮marius.schonberg@gard.no。 本资料仅作一般资料之用。虽然我们已尽力确保最初公布时信息的准确性和质量,但是对于因依赖本资料而产生的无论任何种类的损失或损 害,Gard AS不承担责任。www.gard.no。 © Gard AS, 2009年 8月 gardyourship ... ,请联系:防止损失经理 Terje R. Paulsen,电邮 terje.paulsen@gard.no;或防止损失执行官Marius Schønberg,电邮marius.schonberg@gard.no。 本资料仅作一般资料之用

08.12.09

Loss prevention material

需要更多資訊,請聯繫:防止損失經理 Terje R. Paulsen,電郵 terje.paulsen@gard.no;或防止損失執行官Marius Schønberg,電郵marius.schonberg@gard.no。 本資料僅作一般資料之用。雖然我們已盡力確保最初公佈時資訊的準確性和質量,但是對於因依賴本資料而產生的無論任何種類的損失或損 害,Gard AS不承擔責任。www.gard.no。 © Gard AS, 2009年 8月 gardyourship ... ,請聯繫:防止損失經理 Terje R. Paulsen,電郵 terje.paulsen@gard.no;或防止損失執行官Marius Schønberg,電郵marius.schonberg@gard.no。 本資料僅作一般資料之用

14.12.09

Loss prevention material

For more information please contact Loss Prevention Manager Terje R. Paulsen, email terje.paulsen@gard.no or Loss ... Circular No. 16-09 Anchoring within Malaysian waters off Singapore Earlier this year we addressed the problems of anchoring in congested areas off Singapore.1 In this circular we address the problems encountered when anchoring within