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Tank

Slang; to drop precipitously in price.
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Tanker Investments is a specialised investment company focused on the tanker market.
On this occasion he said Zulfiqarabad oil tankers parking terminal would be made an An exemplary terminal so that it should be an example for other provinces and it is one of the biggest achievement in the development works for Karachi.
With a larger fleet, Teekay Tankers is positioned to take advantage of the growing demand for Suezmax tankers resulting from greater long-haul Suezmax movements from the Atlantic to Pacific basins as well as other niche intra-regional voyages.
By adding this new tanker, KOTC has expanded its total fleet size to 24 tankers with various sizes and purposes.
The flight plan called for a strike on a training range using laser guided training rounds, plus aerial refueling from a section of tankers before and after the strike.
Forest Service and other agencies have fought wildfires with the help of tankers converted from retired military planes.
And the wrecked tanker oozing oil at the ocean bottom threatens the entire marine food chain, as oil particles pass from tiny microbes called zooplankton to the small fish that eat them, and so on; even tiny amounts of crude oil can damage fish eggs and embryos, according to a National Marine Fisheries Services study.
Instead of cleaning up the tankers, many of the oil carriers shifted their operations to the lightly-regulated tugboat/barge combinations - with sometimes disastrous results.
Upon the closing of the merger, TIL will become a wholly-owned subsidiary of Teekay Tankers.
Pacific Horizon II Oil Tanker Alpine -- 06/07/17 15:35 -
currently owns 13 tankers (one LR2 tanker, four LR1 tankers, one Handymax tanker, six MR tankers, and one post-Panamax tanker) with an average age of 4.