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  • A suezmax owned by Teekay Tankers that is scheduled to load crude oil in Libya's Zueitina port over the next 24 hours hasn't yet received orders from the vessel's charterer.

    Refiners Said Seeking Alternatives to Libyan Oil

  • The West Africa-to- U.S. route accounts for about 14 percent of suezmax cargoes, Clarkson Plc, the world's biggest shipbroker, estimates.

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  • The suezmax fleet expanded 22 percent since the start of 2008, a year in which charter costs averaged $73,863 a day, according to data from Redhill, England-based IHS Fairplay and Clarkson.

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  • The region accounted for 34 percent of suezmax cargoes in 2011, according to Clarkson.

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  • The suezmax fleet will expand 11 percent this year, London-based Clarkson estimates.

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  • The average suezmax sailed at about 9.1 knots in December, compared with 10.4 knots two years earlier, data compiled by Bloomberg show.

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  • The Partnership currently owns 27 vessels, including two VLCCs Very Large Crude Carriers, four suezmax crude oil tankers, 18 modern MR tankers, two small product tankers and one capesize bulk carrier.

  • To date, TEN's pro forma fleet consists of 50 double-hull vessels of 5.4 million dwt that includes two DP2 suezmax tankers currently under construction totalling 314,000 dwt.

  • Through disciplined financial management and a well-defined operating model, the Company is expected to have a fleet of 19 suezmax vessels when the Nordic Zenith joins the fleet in October, representing a fleet increase of about 26% in less than a year.

  • This suezmax vessel is expected to be delivered in October this year.

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  • Suezmax vessels are the largest ships that can traverse the Suez canal fully loaded. This name for these ships is almost exclusively applied to oil tankers.

    Size and height of the ships is restricted by draft below the water line and the height of the Suez Canal Bridge.

    August 28, 2009