Definitions

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  • pennyweight (obsolete)

Etymologies

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From Latin denarius, penny.

Examples

  • Vessels in the tanker fleet can be divided into categories based on their size in deadweight tons, or dwt, which is a vessel's capacity for cargo, fuel, oil, stores and crew measured in metric tons (1,000 kilograms).

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  • The .dwt stands for DreamWeaver Template, and it is this file, if we double-click on it, that basically has the core structure of all the HTML pages on this website.

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  • The VLCC is designed to transport between 200,000 - 320,000 dead weight tonnage (dwt) or up to two million barrels of crude oil.

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  • Generally a ULCC tanker can carry over 320,000 dwt, or up to three million barrels of crude oil.

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  • Until the 1950s, most crude oil was refined at source and transported to market in products tankers, sized between 12,000 and 30,000 dwt.

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  • The term supertanker originally applied to the class of tankers too large to transit international canals while carrying cargo, and currently defined by two ship classes: Very Large Crude Carriers (VLCCs) between ~200,000 and ~300,000 deadweight tons (dwt) and Ultra Large Crude Carriers (ULCCs) greater than ~300,000 dwt.

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  • The first modern tanker (tanks integral with hull) was the ~3000 dwt 'Glukauf', built in 1886.

    Supertanker

  • The largest supertanker ever built was the 555,843 dwt 'Seawise Giant', refitted in 2004 as a floating storage and offloading unit named the 'Knock Nevis'.

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  • Mr. Kheylai stated that while currently 7,000 deadweight (dwt) tankers can bring Caspian oil to Neka, the new turret will be able to service up to 63,000 dwt tankers.

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  • The world merchant fleet continued to expand to 734.9 million deadweight tons (dwt) by the end of 1995.

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