\"Jabbar Hashimov\" oil tanker was built in “Maxim Gorki” Shipyard in city of Zelenoldsk, Republic of Tataristan, Russian Federation in 2008. Ship`s length is 142.79 m, breadth 17.30 m, depth 10.10 m, gross tonnage 7226 ton, net tonnage 3517 and deadweight 12365 ton. “Jabbar Hashimov” carries out transportation of oil and oil products.

\"Dede Gorgud\" oil tanker was built in “Krasnoye Sormovo” Shipyard in city of Nizhny Novgorod, Russian Federation in 2006. Ship`s length is 145 m, breadth 17.30 m, depth 10.50 m, gross tonnage 7833 ton, net tonnage 3521 and deadweight 13030 ton. “Jabbar Hashimov” carries out transportation of oil and oil products.

\"President Heydar Aliyev\" oil tanker was built in “Krasnoye Sormovo” Shipyard in city of Nizhny Novgorod, Russian Federation in 2004. Ship`s length is 145 m, breadth 17.30 m, depth 10.50 m, gross tonnage 7833 ton, net tonnage 3521 and deadweight 13470 ton. “President Heydar Aliyev” carries out transportation of oil and oil products.

\"Koroglu\" oil tanker was built in “Krasnoye Sormovo Shipyard in city of Nizhny Novgorod, Russian Federation in 2006. Ship`s length 145 m, breadth 17.30 m, depth 10.50 m, gross tonnage 7833 ton, net tonnage 3521 and deadweight 13030 ton. “Koroglu” carries out transportation of oil and oil products.

\"Azerbaijan\" passenger/ro-ro vessel was built in Pula Shipyard of Yugoslavia in 1985. Ship`s length is 147 m, breadth 17.50 m, depth 13.45 m, gross tonnage ton 11450, net tonnage 3435 and deadweight 3985 ton. The vessel of “Azerbaijan” performs carrying of passengers, carriages and cars in between Baku – Turkmenistan and Baku – Aktau lines.

\"Karabakh\" ro-ro cargo ship was built in Pula Shipyard of Croatia in 2005. Ship`s length is 147.04 m, breadth 17.50 m, depth 7.45 m, gross tonnage 8547 ton, net tonnage 3135 and deadweight 5985 ton. “Karabakh” ro-ro cargo ship performs carrying of cargo in carriages and transportation of cars.

\"Shah Ismayil Khatai\" oil tanker was built in “Krasnoye Sormovo” Shipyard in city of Nizhny Novgorod, Russian Federation in 2005. Ship`s length 145 m, breadth 17.30 m, depth 10.50 m, gross tonnage 7833 ton, net tonnage 3521 and deadweight 13470 ton. “Shah Ismayil Khatai” carries out transportation of oil and oil products.

\"Shusha\" oil tanker was built in “Krasnoye Sormovo” Shipyard in city of Nizhny Novgorod, Russian Federation in 2009. Ship`s length 145 m, breadth 17.30 m, depth 10.50 m, gross tonnage 7834 ton, net tonnage 3356 and deadweight 13008 ton. “Shusha” carries out transportation of oil and oil products.

\"Zengezur\" oil tanker was built in “Krasnoye Sormovo” Shipyard in city of Nizhny Novgorod, Russian Federation in 2008. Ship`s length 145 m, breadth 17.30 m, depth 10.50 m, gross tonnage 7834 ton, net tonnage 3356 and deadweight 13054 ton. “Zengezur” carries out transportation of oil and oil products.

\"Akademik Zarifa Aliyeva\" ro-ro cargo ship was built in Pula Shipyard of Croatia in 2006. Ship`s length 147.04 m, breadth 17.50 m, depth 7.50 m, gross tonnage 8547 ton, net tonnage 3135 and deadweight 5985 ton. “Karabakh” ro-ro cargo ship performs carrying of cargo in carriages and transportation of cars.

 

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The seminar was held on “The International Convention on Civil Liability for Oil Pollution Damage (clc) 1992” and “The International Convention on the Establishment of an International Fund for Compensation for Oil Pollution Damage (fund) 1992”

Press Service of the State Maritime Administration of the Republic of Azerbaijan 

In the State Maritime Administration was held seminar on “the International Convention on Civil Liability for Oil Pollution Damage (CLC) 1992” and “the International Convention on the Establishment of an International Fund for Compensation For Oil Pollution Damage (Fund) 1992” within the Twinning Project “Support to the State Maritime Administration to Improve Liability in Maritime Transport in the Republic of Azerbaijan” funded by the European Union.
The main purpose of the Twinning Project , which of the implementation has been started on 16 November, 2015 is to increase the capacity of the State Maritime Administration in the implementation and application of liability procedures foreseen in the International Conventions concerning maritime safety and prevention of marine pollution in Azerbaijan in conjunction with the legislation of European Union.


Information of the press service of the State Maritime Administration on special training courses recommended to all personnel of ships involved in the development of mobile, units and hydrocarbon deposits

To ensure maritime security, protection of human life and prevention of pollution from ships, according to the requirements of İnternational Maritime Organization RESOLUTION A.891(21) on “Recommendations on Training of Personnel on Mobile Offshore Units“, İnstruction of the Offshore Petroleum Industry Training Organization (OPİTO) on “Training of experts on prevention of emergency situations on oil and gas industry and effective management of the competence” is recommended to conduct special training courses, which names listed below, to all personnel of the ships involved in the development of mobile, stationary offshore units and hydrocarbon deposits. However, in the future conduct of these courses will be deemed necessary.


Family members of missing oilmen watch search operations

Press Service of the State Maritime Administration of the Republic of Azerbaijan 

Upon the president’s instructions specialists of the Ministry of Emergency Situations, the Defense Ministry, the State Border Service, the Azerbaijan State Maritime Administration, SOCAR, and the Azerbaijan Caspian Shipping Company CJSC are doing their utmost to find the missing oil workers, with the help of the cutting-edge technology provided to them.  


Annual Report of the State Maritime Administration of the Republic of Azerbaijan, 2016

Press Service of the State Maritime Administration of the Republic of Azerbaijan

During the reporting period,  the activities on enforcement and regulation of government policy on maritime affairs provided in national  legislation has been carried out by the State Maritime Administration relevant to the Constitution, laws of the Republic of Azerbaijan, decrees and orders of the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan, international agreements which the Republic of Azerbaijan is party to, and  “Statue of the State Maritime Administration of the Republic of Azerbaijan”.
In order for ensuring implementation of the “Seaports Law of the Republic of Azerbaijan”, proposals on adjusting the laws of the Republic of Azerbaijan, acts of the President of the Republic of Azerbaijan and normative-legal acts of the Cabinet of Ministers of the Republic of Azerbaijan to the above mentioned law submitted to relevant authorities.


The Training Course held within the Twinning Project “Support to the State Maritime Administration to Improve Liability in Maritime Transport in the Republic of Azerbaijan” has been completed (Photo)

Press Service of the State Maritime Administration of the Republic of Azerbaijan 

It should be noted that this training course has been carried out according to the course of International Maritime Organization “on Assessment, Examination and Certification of Seafarers” in accordance with the requirements of “International Convention on Standards of Training, Certification and Watchkeeping for Seafarers, 1978”.


Administrative staff members of Headquarters created for search of missing oilmen visited scene

Press Service of the State Maritime Administration of the Republic of Azerbaijan 

Upon the order of Azerbaijani President on several measures regarding accident occurred at Oil Gathering Station of SOCAR’s Azneft PU dated December 16, 2016, search and rescue operations are underway in accordance with the plan affirmed by the Headquarters consisting of experts of Ministry of Emergency Situations, Defence Ministry, State Border Service, the State Maritime Administration of Azerbaijan Republic, SOCAR and Caspian Shipping Company.


The 97th session of the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) committee on Maritime Safety (MSC) has finished its work at IMO headquarters, in London (Photo)

Press Service of the State Maritime Administration of the Republic of Azerbaijan 

The Republic of Azerbaijan, member of IMO since 1995, on the MSC 97th session has been represented by a delegation led by the head of the State Maritime Administration, Mr. Gudrat Gurbanov.
There  have been held general discussions about  ensuring safety of shipping, protection of marine environment, prevention of future marine accidents, as well the fight against piracy issues that are deeply concerned by the international community at this session which was held till the 25th of November.


Employee of the State Maritime Administration Fuad Mardiyev conveyed the name of our country to the highest level by passing ahead of 114 members representing over 50 countries (Photo)

Press Service of the State Maritime Administration of the Republic of Azerbaijan

Deputy Head of the Law, Human Resources and International Relations Department Fuad Mardiyev graduated master’s degree with academic excellence specializing on maritime law and policy for the academic year of 2015-2016 from the World Maritime University in Malmo, the Kingdom of Sweden and conveyed the name of our country to the highest level by passing ahead of 114 members studying various specialties representing over 50 countries.


In the State Maritime Administration has been held the meeting with the director of the international hydrographic organization (Photo)

Press Service of the State Maritime Administration of the Republic of Azerbaijan

On 06 October 2016 in the State Maritime Administration a joint meeting between the Director of the International Hydrographic Organization Mr. Mustafa Iptes and management of the Administration was held.
During the meeting the advantages of the membership of the Republic of Azerbaijan to the International Hydrographic Organization were discussed. Moreover, suggestions towards the joining this authoritative organization were given by Mr. Mustafa Iptes and the further support concerning the matters on joining the organization was emphasized.


WORLD MARITIME DAY 2016 – Shipping: Indispensable to the World (Photo)

Press Service of the State Maritime Administration of the Republic of Azerbaijan

A​​s a specialized agency of the United Nations, IMO is the global standard-setting authority for the safety, security and environmental performance of international shipping.
In 1948 an international conference in Geneva adopted a convention formally establishing IMO (the original name was the Inter-Governmental Maritime Consultative Organization, or IMCO, but the name was changed in 1982 to IMO, it has 171 Member States).
“The mission of the International Maritime Organization (IMO) as a United Nations specialized agency is to promote safe, secure, environmentally sound, efficient and sustainable shipping through cooperation and this will be accomplished by adopting the highest practicable standards of maritime safety and security, efficiency of navigation and prevention and control of pollution from ships, as well as through consideration of the related legal matters and effective implementation of IMO’s instruments with a view to their universal and uniform application.”