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  1. 1. GroundedHull & Machinery Coll / Contact Fire / Explosion Oil pollution Eiffel Tower (Paris) Empire State (NewYork) Petronas Towers (Kuala Lumpur) Taipei 101 (Taipei) Burj Dubai (Dubai) Knock Nevis 100m 200m 400m 600m 300m 500m 800m 700m Displacement - 657,019 tonnesfully laden (roughly the same as 1650 full jumbo jets) Draft 24.6 m (81 ft) - couldn’t navigate the English Channel, the Suez Canal or the Panama Canal Source: INTERTANKO, based on incident reports from LMIU and pollution figures from ITOPF The largest self-propelled, man made object ever built. Nevis KnockIndustrysafetyrecordfortankers supertanker ofalltime Thebiggest 0 210 420 630 No.ofincidents 1,000tsoilsplit 840 1050 0 120 240 360 480 600 1978 1980 1982 1984 1986 1988 1990 1992 1994 1996 1998 2000 2002 2004 2006 2008 2010 2012 2013 Miscellaneous 2013 figures Last updated: August 2014; Source: BP Safe Ships Factsheet Shipping BPShipping StaffBP Shipping is our designated centre for marine excellence. Historically, the shipping industry has always taken a 'hurry up and wait' approach, meaning tankers would travel full steam ahead to meet a pre-agreed schedule, regardless of fuel was burned with 'full ahead' steaming, leaving vessels often sitting idle at port awaiting berthing slots. Virtual Arrival uses weather analysis and algorithms to calculate and agree a notional vessel arrival time, so that the ship will arrive 'just in time'. This radically reduces bunker fuel consumption and emissions, while easing congestion and enhancing safety. Waiting time compensation is calculated as if the vessel had arrived at the originally stipulated time, hence the name 'Virtual Arrival'. The savings financially or in carbon credits are calculated and split between the counterparties. This was a BP initiative that has since been adopted by the International Maritime Organisation. Virtual Arrival evolves a hundred years of maritime practice which could potentially lead to a reduction of many millions of tonnes of greenhouse gas emissions if it was adopted widely - and has saved BP $1.5 millionin bunker fuel costs alone. Of the 10,500 vessels approved by the worldwide tanker industry, BP Shipping only approves 30%to reach our high standards. - provides safe, efficient and environmentally responsible marine solutions - provides assurance to BP against a marine incident or oil spill - manages an international fleet of 49 vessels - integrates with FuelsValue Chains,Refining & Marketing and Integrated Supply &Trading - charters vessels to manage much of IST’s entrepreneurial trading activities - assesses ships for suitability for BP business - responsible for implementing the Group’s Marine Defined Practice * - on BP and time chartered ships has kept the same core values: For almost a century, BP Shipping Clean Seas Commercial Success Our fleet 81 = Total cargo shipped by BP* million tonnes of world’s total oil cargo shipping 39.1% = Total voyages by BP* 1,929 = BP shipping has been operating years99 of the world’s total oil voyages 30.5% time chartered vessels > 600 deadweight tonnes 111 1,183BP Maritime Services Officers 26%74% Sea staff v Shore staff (excluding contractors) 207 million tonnes of cargo volume in 2013 All the coal mined in the world in 1900 All the trash thrown out in America each year The amount of plastic produced in a year At this rate, it would take roughly 600 years to transport the whole of Mt Everest international vessels 49 Fire fighting equipment Twenty-two ships sailing under British Tanker Company Flag 1918 Non-Persistent Oil Heavy Persistent Oil Persistent Oil LNG / LPG Movements Regional 2013 - Tanker Arrival Virtual Valdez Crude USWC Lightering USG Lightering Americas clean movements to S. America Trinidad LNG USG Regional crude US Fuel Oil/VGO USWC Clean US Clean Europe Clean to West Indies S. America clean Europe clean movements N Europe crude Baltic crude to N Europe European FO movements Med crude AG LPG to EH European Clean imports S. Africa crude imports AG crude into EH EH dirty imports Asian LPG imports EH products imports EH crude movements EH crude imports EH clean imports EH crude movements WAF crude to Europe WAF crude to US Euro LNG to EH to EH USWC crude imports BP hydrocarbons movements 418 Office Staff in the Europe, N. America, Asia/Pacific British Tanker Company formed to carry products for the Anglo-Persian Oil Company 1915 Very large crude carriers (VLCCs) join fleet. Vessel numbers fall as size increases 1970 Shipping business celebrates its 90th anniversary 2005 A further 14 new vessels ordered as part of fleet rejuvenation project 2013 Company is renamed BP Shipping Limited 1981 Delivery of the British Emperor – the first oil tanker built to company specification 1916 With 144 ships under flag, the company is renamed the BP Tanker Company Limited 1956 British Resolution and British Renown play key roles in opening up Alaska pipeline 1977 Double hulls made mandatory for all new tankers 1996 14 new vessels ordered as fleet rejuvenation project begins 2012 BP Shipping counts down to its centenary on April 30, 2015 2014 Voyage dataLifeboats Collision avoidance Fire protection Ballast tanks Hull structure Collision protection Double hull space is extended beyond cargo spaces both around wing bunker tanks and under the cargo pump room Deck fire fighting provided with duplicate foam and pipelines systems

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