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Ship fuel oil

reporting requirements in force

Requirements for ships to collect data on their fuel oil consumption entered into force on 1 March as well as other important amendments to the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships (MARPOL).

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These cover the classification of garbage, including the addition of a new category of “e-waste”, and amendments to the International Oil Pollution Prevention Certificate. The ship fuel oil consumption data reporting requirements are the latest mandatory requirements aimed at enhancing the energy efficiency of international shipping. The data collection will begin on 1 January 2019 with data reported at the end of each calendar year to IMO).


The data collection system is intended to equip IMO with concrete data on fuel oil consumption, which should assist its member states in making decisions about any further measures needed to enhance energy efficiency and address greenhouse gas emissions from international shipping.


Under the new MARPOL Regulation 22A on Collection and reporting of ship fuel oil consumption data, ships of 5,000 gross tonnage and above are required to collect consumption data for each type of fuel oil they use, as well as other, additional, specified data including proxies for transport work.


The company said it was in the process of arranging its orderly withdrawal from the physical supply market in Singapore in conjunction with the Maritime and Port Authority of Singapore (MPA) and its barging and cargo partners in the market.

These ships account for approximately 85% of CO2 emissions from international shipping.


The aggregated data will be reported to the flag state after the end of each calendar year and the flag state, having determined that the data has been reported in accordance with the requirements, will issue a Statement of Compliance to the ship.


In addition, on or before 31 December 2018, in the case of a ship of 5,000 gross tonnage and above, the mandatory Ship Energy Efficiency Management Plan (SEEMP) shall include a description of the methodology that will be used to collect the data and the processes that will be used to report the data to the ship’s flag State.


Amendments to update Form B of the Supplement to the International Oil Pollution Prevention Certificate, in relation to segregated ballast tanks, also entered into force on 1 March 2018

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