ULCC


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ULCC

abbreviation for
(Nautical Terms) ultralarge crude carrier
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Jetlines believes that due to proposed consolidations resulting from a surge in M&A activity in the Canadian airline industry, the ULCC market opportunity has never been greater.
Euronav added that the use of the ULCC is just one of its IMO 2020 initiatives "as part of our focus on quality and quantity of compliant fuel supply for next year."
One such step was the creation in 2004 of the Unite de Lutte Contre la Corruption (ULCC), a semi-autonomous body set up to promote construction of a broad-based national strategy of good governance and to combat corruption.
"An affordable automobile designed by an Italian maverick that will rely on a material more common in industrial applications, that uses the Nano's powertrain, suspension and steering systems, and that will be priced slightly above the existing ultra low-cost car ( ULCC) has the top brass of Tata undecided on when it should be launched," reported ET reported.
ODC is equipped to discharge treated wastewater at the rate of 30 cubic meters per hour, making it capable of handling the waste streams of even Ultra Large Crude Carriers (ULCC).
On the closing date, the USD 750 million senior secured credit facilities will be secured by 22 of the wholly-owned vessels of the company's fleet, comprising of 1 ULCC, 7 VLCCs, 14 Suezmaxes.
They were converted from two 2002- built double hull Ultra Large Crude Carriers (ULCC) tankers of 442,000 deadweight tonnage (dwt) each.
BW Offshore said it intends to use its vessel ULCC BW Nisa for the job.
The BW Bauhinia, a doubled hulled ULCC (Ultra Large Crude Carrier) is 332 metres long with a beam of 58 metres.
One ULCC can carry a total of 168 million gallons of oil.
What, in terms of merchant shipping, does ULCC stand for?
Civic-minded businessmen founded The Chicago Club of the Union League of America in December of 1879, renaming it the Union League Club of Chicago (hereafter, ULCC) in 1882.