Photo story At the spring meeting of the Energy Institute’s (EI) Oil Trans ...

Photo story At the spring meeting of the Energy Institute’s (EI) Oil Transportation Measurement Committee in Milan, Ursula Dockerty announced her departure from the Committee as she moves to take on a new role within Shell. Ursula has been with the Committee for 11 years and, in addition to serving as Chair and Vice Chair, has led a number of work groups providing leadership and input to key documents including HM50: Guidelines for cleaning of tanks and lines for marine tank vessels carrying petroleum and refined products; HM49: Vessel experience factor and HM64: Guidelines for cargo analysis and reconciliation of cargo quantities. These last two are in final draft and Ursula has kindly offered to see these through to completion. Ursula has brought a unique combination of marine experience coupled with loss control and operations knowledge to the Committee. The members would like to thank her for her effort and enthusiasm over the years, and wish her success in her new role.

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