P e r t a m i n a 1020 Delivered By Hitachi Zosen

The 17,723-dwt product carrier Pertamina 1020 was delivered recently to her owner, Scorpa Pranedya Navigation, Inc. of Liberia.

The ship was constructed at the Hiroshima Works (Innoshima) of Hitachi Zosen.

The Pertamina 1020 (shown above) is the first of two product carriers of the same type to be constructed at the Hiroshima Works for use in the transportation of refined petroleum products between Indonesian ports and harbors.

The tank arrangement conforms to conventional requirements applicable to separate ballast oil tankers for the prevention of ocean pollution. In addition, the interior walls of the cargo oil tanks and all inside fittings are coated with epoxy resin paint to prevent the inclusion of interior rust and paint in the product during transportation.

The Pertamina specifications are: length overall, 158 meters (about 518 feet) ; length between perpendiculars, 150 meters (about 492 feet) : breadth, 25.80 meters (85 feet) ; depth, 10.80 meters (35 feet) ; designed full load draft, 7 meters (about 23 feet) ; gross tonnage, 10,882 (30,827 cubic meters) ; deadweight tonnage, 17,723 long tons; main engine-, Hitachi B&W 7L45GFC type diesel (1 set) ; maximum continuous output, 6,160 hp; and speed (sea trial maximum), 14.22 knots.

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