Clearlake charters and operates modern vessels built to high international standards and oil majors’ acceptability.
Compliance

Clearlake Shipping has developed its own vetting procedure to ensure that all tonnage controlled by the company, either through spot or time charter, has been screened and cleared to pass standards for vessel quality and international law. This procedure is conducted for every vessel and carried out jointly by Clearlake Shipping’s vetting and compliance teams.

Clearlake Shipping vets against an extensive checklist, which includes areas such as:

  • Sanctions
  • Vessel age
  • Hull structure
  • Oil major screenings
  • Rightships screening
  • Vessel technical manager

As an example, before any vessel can be fixed, as part of our due diligence, a sanctions screening process is undertaken to ensure that the vessel, its owners and/or management companies are not subject to international economic sanction or are individuals designated by the United States, European Union, Singapore or any other relevant national authority.

Clearlake Shipping assigns the highest priority to preserving the health and safety of our people, customers and suppliers and any members of the public affected by our operations, while respecting the environment. Clearlake Shipping charters and operates modern vessels built to high international standards and oil majors’ acceptability.

Key Figures
84
million MT
transshipped of dry, wet and gas/LPG cargo by Clearlake in 2016