Posted October 20, 2018 10:37:50 It’s the year 2038, and the biggest water tanker ever built is about to break down.
The company, the New York Times reports, has just completed a $20 million upgrade to its largest fleet of 100,000 tons of diesel-powered water tankers.
And its owners, the International Maritime Organisation (IMO), are working on a plan to build a second shipyard, with a crew of up to 60.
The two ships will be used to ship cargo from the Mediterranean Sea to the UK.
But what happens if the diesel engine breaks down and the ship gets lost in the sea?
A new way of managing risk has been devised, and an international group of experts is on the verge of a landmark study of the risks and benefits of such an arrangement.
The experts are working under the auspices of the International Society for the Study of Risk (ISRS), a group of international experts in risk management.
It has been formed to provide advice and training on the management of shipyards.
“The biggest water tanker ever built” is a reference to the vessel that is about 30 metres long and 3.6 metres wide.
The boat is a 100-tonne vessel, and weighs around 1,500 tonnes.
The vessel will be converted to a tanker to carry a load of fuel, which will be loaded on to the ship.
“This will be a very large tanker, it will be twice the size of the Titanic, but it will carry less fuel,” says Dr Alistair O’Brien, the ISRS chairman.
The idea is to ensure that a diesel engine in the boat is working normally, which means that the fuel will be available to the crew.
It will be able to stay afloat longer than a conventional diesel ship.
The diesel engine will be capable of pumping fuel for about 20 hours, but in the case of a breakdown, the ship will stop running.
“In a normal situation, we’d have a problem like that in a normal tanker, but with this kind of fuel we could get up to a month out of it, so we don’t have to worry about that,” Dr O’Brian says.
The ISRS has commissioned an engineering study on the subject.
The researchers from the company are due to publish their report in January.
What they will find The researchers, led by Dr O