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Chemical tanker Product tanker Oil tanker

Chemical tanker and a product tanker 1 Balanced rudder with conventional propeller 2 Auxiliary unit 3 Lifeboat in gravity davits 4 Hydraulic prime mover 5 Cargo control room 6 Tank heating / tankwash room 7 Cofferdam empty space between two tanks 8 Vent pipes with pressure vacuum valves 9 Hydraulic high pressure oil and return lines for

Oil Tankers

Description The International Maritime Organization IMO MARPOL convention defines an oil tanker as a ship constructed or adapted primarily to carry oil in its cargo spaces and includes combination carriers and chemical tankers when they are carrying oil

Kinder Morgan Tankers

Kinder Morgan Tankers American Petroleum Tankers APT is a subsidiary of Kinder Morgan Terminals and is engaged in the marine transportation of crude oil condensate and refined products in the United States domestic trade commonly referred to

Tanker ship

Tanker Tanker ship designed to carry liquid cargo in bulk within its cargo spaces without the use of barrels or other containers Most tankers carry either crude oil from oil fields to refineries or petroleum products such as gasoline diesel fuel fuel oil or petrochemical feedstock from refineries to

How Oil Tankers Work HowStuffWorks

An oil tanker moves through Alaska s Prince William Sound site of the infamous Exxon Valdez oil spill in 1989 David McNew/Getty Images Soon after entrepreneurs in the 1850s began exploiting crude oil as a source of energy the nascent oil industry found itself in a dilemma

Early Tank Trucks History

Early Tank Trucks Anglo American a European subsidiary of Standard Oil may have led the advent of motorized tank trucks by their use of Thornycroft petrol vehicles to deliver oil products from the railroad stations to