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Clean tanker earnings leap

Splash24/7 25 May 2022
“A tightening market for clean MRs may put upward pressure on long-haul chemical tanker rates as well,” Eastport predicted.
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In Pir Koh, politicians kill hope, water kills people

Dawn 25 May 2022
Labourers clean the well operated by OGDCL that provided water to Pir Koh's residents ...It’s as if it was never cleaned,” he added in exasperation ... The company's website claims it "continues to supply clean drinking water through water tankers and bowsers to the locals of Loti, Pirkoh ...".
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Ovarro pollution early-warning technology chosen by Anglian Water

Process and Control Today 23 May 2022
The pumped wastewater they convey can have a catastrophic ecological impact in the event of a burst, causing major disruption to customers, resulting in expensive tankering and clean-up operations and serious reputational damage - such events are just not acceptable in the eyes of customers and regulators ... For more information ... ....
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Waterborne diseases spreading fast as ‘over 90pc Karachiites getting contaminated water’

The News International 19 May 2022
Other residents of the area said they were forced to buy water from the tanker mafia on a daily and weekly basis, which supplied somewhat clean water. They said they had to buy water from different desalination plants as well, and buying clean drinking water had become a major financial burden for them.
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Kolhapur civic body cleaning slurry from filter plant at Puikhadi, city getting low-pressure water

The Times of India 18 May 2022
Due to these works, half of Kolhapur city has been receiving water at low pressure and KMC tankers has had to be deployed to provide water where needed. In the past two years, the water tanks had not been cleaned and, therefore, slurry of about 2.5 feet in height had settled as sediment in the tanks.
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Firm owner denies climb in tank rule after pig feed deaths

BBC News 17 May 2022
John Harrison QC, for the prosecution, previously told the jury that staff regularly got into the tankers to clean them. Ms Leivers told the court tankers did not need to be cleaned inside, but if they did, it was by a high pressure hose operated from a hatch at the top of the tanker.
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Gibsons argues Baltic Exchange VLCC benchmark is no longer relevant

Splash24/7 16 May 2022
According to Gibson’s database, around 42% of existing VLCCs have been fitted with exhaust gas cleaning technology, with a standard scrubber-fitted 10-year-old tanker earning on average just over $6,000 a day more than a similar non-scrubber vessel last year.
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Wasa sets up water tankers across city

Urdu Point 14 May 2022
... Agency (WASA) Lahore has set up water tankers all over city in view of the current heatwave ... According to the spokesperson, the water tankers would provide clean drinking water to travelers in scorching heat.
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UN Lays Out Plan To Prevent Oil Tanker Disaster Off Yemen's Coast

MENA FN 11 May 2022
(MENAFN - Jordan Times) AMMAN – The floating storage and offloading (FSO) facility–Safer–, an ageing oil tanker off Yemen's Red Sea coast, will cost approximately $20 billion to clean up if oil ... .
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'Time bomb': UN warns Yemen oil spill would cost $20 bn to clean up

Press TV 10 May 2022
A senior United Nations official has warned that a major oil spill from a decaying tanker anchored close to Yemen’s coastline would cost a staggering $20 billion to clean up ... The Floating Storage and Offloading (FSO) Safer oil tanker was built in 1976 and has been anchored 60 km north of Yemen's western port city of Hudaydah since 1988.
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UN says 'imminent' Yemen oil spill would cost $20 bn to clean up

Yahoo Daily News 10 May 2022
The United Nations warned Monday that it would cost $20 billion to clean up an oil spill in the event of the "imminent" break-up of an oil tanker abandoned off Yemen ... "The effect on the environment would be tremendous our estimate is that $20 billion would be spent just to clean the oil spill." ... msh/jsa/it ....
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UN lays out plan to prevent oil tanker disaster off Yemen’s coast

The Jordan Times 10 May 2022
AMMAN — The floating storage and offloading (FSO) facility “Safer”, an ageing oil tanker off Yemen’s Red Sea coast, will cost approximately $20 billion to clean up if oil spills, according to United Nations Resident and Humanitarian Coordinator for Yemen David Gressly ... It is a “catastrophe waiting to happen”, he said ... Image. Section ... Full Width .
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UN: 'imminent' Yemen oil spill would cost $20 bn to clean up

The New Arab 09 May 2022
The United Nations warned Monday that it would cost $20 billion to clean up an oil spill in the event of the "imminent" break-up of an oil tanker abandoned off Yemen ... "The effect on the environment would be tremendous our estimate is that $20 billion would be spent just to clean the oil spill." ... ....

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