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Villa Yachting: nuova società di brokeraggio dedicata alla compravendita di maxi-yacht - Shipping Italy
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SOCIAL SITUATION :
Situation is NOT YET back to normal
Once again Government invoked article 49-3 of constitution and pledged responsibility.
Much controversial law ‘’El Khomry’’ will be adopted without any discussion at Parliament on July 20th .
Main Unions are not in position to call out for major national actions during holydays period July/August.
Nevertheless, spot local actions could take place.
Main Unions promised already to raise up protests again fm September.
Maritime Shipping, the Preferred Means of Transportation
Huge quantities of crude oil and refined petroleum products are transported by ship between production sites, refineries and points of consumption. For many years, oil shipments have accounted for about 30% of global maritime trade. In 2011, they accounted for the bulk of the traffic handled by French ports, representing more than 40% of total tonnage.
According to the United Nations Conference on Trade and Development (UNCTAD), shipments of crude oil totaled 1.78 billion tons in 2012, while shipments of refined products and liquefied gas amounted to 1.05 billion tons (of which approximately 230 million tons of LNG).1
The amount of oil transported by sea was multiplied by
27 between 1935 and 2012
Crude oil continues to account for the lion’s share of maritime trade, but shipments of refined products have been rising steadily in recent years. While the volume of crude oil has remained practically flat since 2006, the tonnage of refined products and gas has increased by 15%. This trend is expected to continue throughout the decade2 as a result of profound changes in the refining industry, including the construction of mega refineries in oil-producing countries (particularly in the Gulf region), the development of new export capacity in the United States and growing demand in emerging markets (See close-up: "Refining: Background and Issues"). At the same time, continued growth in LNG shipments is projected to further weaken oil’s dominant position.
The oil is transported on purpose-built ships called tankers, which are classified by their deadweight tonnage (dwt). In 2013, the global fleet comprised about 11,000 tankers, for a total deadweight tonnage of 490 million. Between 2000 and 2013, overall capacity soared by 73%.
Ultra large crude carriers (ULCCs) are ships with a deadweight tonnage of 300,000 to 500,000 and a length of over 400 meters. They fell out of use after the 1973 oil embargo, and most of the 100 or so built have been broken up or converted for other purposes.
Today’s fleets consist of very large crude carriers (VLCCs), which have a maximum deadweight tonnage of 300,000; Suezmax tankers, which have a maximum deadweight tonnage of 200,000; and Aframax tankers, which have a deadweight tonnage of 80,000 to 120,000.
Oil shipments account for 40% of traffic in French ports
The size of a ship is determined by the canals and straits through which it travels. A Panamax tanker, for example, cannot exceed 32 meters in width or 80,000 deadweight tonnage in weight. A Malaccamax tanker can have a deadweight tonnage of up to 300,000, but its draft is limited to 20 meters.
Oil Routes and Strategic Straits
The most commonly used crude oil shipping routes originate in the Middle East. They pass through the Bab-el-Mandeb Strait, which separates Djibouti in Africa from Yemen in the Arabian Peninsula, or the Strait of Hormuz, the world’s main oil shipping lane, which separates the United Arab Emirates and Oman from Iran. After this, during trips that last two weeks to a month, the tankers travel to:
The United States and the rest of North and South America via the Cape of Good Hope.
Asia via the Strait of Malacca between Sumatra and Malaysia.
Europe via the Suez Canal or, if they are too wide, via the Cape of Good Hope, then on to Northern Europe via the Strait of Dover.3
The amount of oil transiting through the Panama Canal, which celebrated its 100th anniversary in August 2014, has increased considerably due to growing demand in Asia. A project to widen the canal to 55 meters was begun in 2007. Barring unexpected circumstances, the expansion is scheduled to open in 2016. In August 2014, Egypt too announced plans to double the capacity of the Suez Canal, though the financing terms have yet to be finalized. Nicaragua, with the assistance of a Chinese company, is also planning to build a canal connecting the Pacific Ocean and the Caribbean Sea that would be fully operational in 2020. And, who knows, maybe the melting ice pack will open up two new routes via the Arctic (See close-up: "Potential Arctic Routes").
Oil shipping costs are referred to as charter costs and vary according to demand. Costs can double depending on the time of year for the same voyage and the same tanker. They account for 5 to 10% of oil’s value added.
The Heydar Aliyev Baku Oil Refinery is refining crude oil by state of the art technology for fuels.
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The refinery is processing 21 out of 24 grades of Azerbaijan crude and 15 different petroleum products, including automotive gasoline, aviation kerosene, diesel fuel, black oil, petroleum coke, and others. The plant is meeting the republic’s entire demand for petroleum products completely. 45% of its petroleum products are exported.
The refinery includes such high technology equipment as the ED-AV-6 unit (placed in service in 1976) for initial oil refining, a catalytic reforming unit (1980), a gradual coking unit (1986), and a catalytic cracker (1993).
The plant's most important units are the initial refining unit, the ED-AV-6 electric desalter, and the fuel oil vacuum distiller. In order to improve the quality of its petroleum products to meet international standards, technology for cleaning the fuel with alkali and producing naphthenic acid feedstock was acquired under licenses from the Merichem Company of the United States.
The catalytic cracker placed in service in 1993 to produce high octane gasolines and the catalytic reformer that went into service in 1980 made it possible to improve the quality of the refinery's gasolines and diesel fuels.
In 2010, the refinery produced 43,000 tons of A-98 gasoline, 1,185,700 tons of A-92 gasoline, 19,700 tons of A-80 gasoline, 600,400 tons of kerosene, 2,420,300 tons of diesel fuel, 214,000 tons of liquid gas, 267,500 tons of coke, and 220,600 tons of furnace oil.
LPG Carrier Explodes in Gulf of Thailand, Four Injured
LPG Carrier Explodes in Gulf of Thailand, Four Injured LPG Carrier Explodes in Gulf of Thailand, Four Injured Four people out of a crew of ten were hospitalized after the LPG carrier Pattarawadee 12 exploded in the Gulf of Thailand on Wednesday, local media reported. The 1,000 dwt vessel was underway after it discharged its cargo at Bangpakong, central…
BIMCO: Oil Product Tanker Earnings in Decline
BIMCO: Oil Product Tanker Earnings in Decline BIMCO: Oil Product Tanker Earnings in Decline Image Courtesy: Damen Oil product tanker earnings are the lowest since Q3 of 2014 and could drop even further but there is still money to be made in the second half of this year, according to BIMCO. The reason for this decline is oil product tanker flee...
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