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GAC 01072014Vessel insurance requirements
February 23, 2015, Indonesia, Panjang

The Harbour Master at Panjang has advised that ship owners must have marine insurance for shipwreck removal and/or protection indemnity.

For all vessels of GT35 or more, the owner must have the vessel covered with Ship Body Removal insurance and or Lost Coverage.

With effect from 1 March 2015, there will be regular checkings on the above obligation by proofing the Polis Resume/Certificate of Entry which will be validated in the website/online.

For Ships which do not follow the above instruction will be penalised for No Operational Service (Pilotage, Berth, Loading, Discharging).

For information about oeprations in Indonesia contact PT Andhika GAC at shipping.indonesia@gac.com

Ports reopened after Tropical Cyclone
February 23, 2015, Australia, Gladstone

Central Queensland ports have re-opened after the passage of Tropical Cyclone ‘Marcia’.

The Port of Gladstone re-opened to shipping movements from 1200 on Saturday (21 February). No significant damage occurred to port infrastructure.

Port Alma and Bundaberg Ports are opened to daylight only movement by small commercial and recreational vessels. The ports remain closed to trade shipping as additional flood waters are expected in the coming days and the depths available will require checking once these have subsided. For Port Alma there have been reports of leading lights extinguished, buoys out of position and significant debris in the vicinity of the channels. The depths available will also require checking once the debris and flood water flow has subsided.

The ports and terminals at Hay Point and Dalrymple Bay re-opened from approximately 0900 on Friday 20 February with first shipping movements from 1400 the same day.

For further information about operations in Australia, contact GAC Australia at shipping.australia@gac.com

GAC Bunker Fuels Ltd Pricing Alert
Market Price Update 23/02/2015

COUNTRY 180 CST 380 CST MGO MDO
Aberdeen 0 0 396.00 0
Aden 410.00 390.00 865.00 0
Alexandria 0 640.00 910.00 0
Antwerp 331.00 309.00 563.00 0
Aqaba 0 440.00 810.00 0
Bahrain 0 0 665.00 0
Bergen 0 0 598.00 0
Busan 397.00 377.00 573.00 583.00
Cape Town 452.00 0 702.00 0
Colombo 425.00 420.00 700.00 0
Dubai/Sharjah/Rak 425.00 410.00 675.00 0
Durban 385.00 0 671.00 0
Falmouth 376.00 377.00 690.00 0
Fujairah 385.00 365.00 760.00 0
Gibraltar 388.00 367.00 603.00 0
Hambantota 500.00 495.00 695.00 0
Houston 406.00 343.00 667.00 0
Istanbul 386.00 360.00 646.00 0
Jeddah 400.00 390.00 850.00 0
Kuwait 415.00 400.00 1, 100.00 0
Labuan 0 0 0 0
Las Palmas 364.00 341.00 0 905.00
Malta 423.00 385.00 586.00 0
Mumbai 665.00 374.00 828.00 0
New York/New Jersey 383.00 355.00 642.00 0
Panama 410.00 349.00 636.00 0
Piraeus 398.00 377.00 592.00 0
Port Louis 0 470.00 790.00 0
Port Said 740.00 640.00 1, 100.00 0
Qatar 0 0 620.00 0
Richards Bay 400.00 0 1, 008.00 0
Rio de Janeiro 355.00 331.00 765.00 0
Rotterdam 331.00 309.00 563.00 0
Salalah 490.00 440.00 900.00 0
Santos 358.00 336.00 793.00 0
Seychelles 0 0 710.00 0
Shanghai 442.00 402.00 803.00 0
Singapore 389.00 373.00 586.00 0
St Petersburg 180.00 161.00 441.00 0
Suez 585.00 390.00 900.00 0
West Africa – Abidjan 494.00 393.00 736.00 0
West Africa – Lome 0 380.00 655.00 0
West Africa – Luanda 480.00 413.00 650.00 0

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“Jo”

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