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Deadline reached for the mandatory Bridge Navigational Watch Alarm System installation

The requirements making it mandatory to have a bridge navigational watch alarm system (BNWAS) fitted to all passenger and cargo vessels can be found in the amendments made to SOLAS, Chapter V Regulation 19, which were adopted by the IMO on 5th June 2009 in Resolution MSC.282(86). ELECTROPNEUMATIC S.A. offers solutions with reputable products for every application. Ask us for more info!

Market-based measures for greenhouse gases from ships on agenda as IMO Marine Environment Protection Committee meets

Market-based measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from international shipping will be among the key items on the agenda of the Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) of the International Maritime Organization (IMO), when it meets for its 63rd session from 27 February to 2 March 2012, at IMO Headquarters in London. read more

IMO DECISION: SHIPS MUST MONITOR CO2 EMISSIONS

Hamburg, May 2nd, 2016. The global Paris agreement on climate change has far-reaching consequences for the shipping industry. 

On April 22nd,  International Maritime Organization (IMO) has approved a requirement for ships to track all their CO2 emissions. This means that ship owners will be obligated to record and report the fuel consumption, the distance sailed, and the number of operating hours of their units to the respective flag state, which in turn forwards the information for review to the IMO in London. This new arrangement is projected to take effect in January 2019 and supplements today’s regulations for energy efficient operations that apply to all ships.

This latest IMO decision was preceded last year by the new EU Monitoring, Reporting and Verification (MRV) Regulation, which, beginning in 2018, requires all ships of more than 5,000 gross tons visiting EU ports to collect data about their CO2 emissions and other relevant operational information and then annually transmit verified data to the EU Commission.

Operators now face the dual challenge of not only having to implement suitable measurement procedures, but also a compliant monitoring process that, together with the regularly generated reports, must be certified by independent and accredited verification institutions. All of this is required before operators can be issued the compliance certificate that each ship must carry on board and which is subject to inspection in port.

The Vessel Performance from Dolphin Group, collects, records, and documents all the required data for each ship individually and provides this information in the form of regular reports.Using the data collected and evaluations made, Dolphin Monitoring  prepares all  the documentation needed for issuing the compliance document and submits these to the accredited verifiers.

 

With Dolphin Fuel Logging & Vessel Performance System, shipping companies can now easily and conveniently be  complied  with  all of the most-recently approved collection and reporting requirements, and  also improve   fleet’s energy efficiency and profitability at the same time.

Deadline reached for the mandatory Bridge Navigational Watch Alarm System installation

The requirements making it mandatory to have a bridge navigational watch alarm system (BNWAS) fitted to all passenger and cargo vessels can be found in the amendments made to SOLAS, Chapter V Regulation 19, which were adopted by the IMO on 5th June 2009 in Resolution MSC.282(86). ELECTROPNEUMATIC S.A. offers solutions with reputable products for every application. Ask us for more info!

Market-based measures for greenhouse gases from ships on agenda as IMO Marine Environment Protection Committee meets

Market-based measures to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from international shipping will be among the key items on the agenda of the Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) of the International Maritime Organization (IMO), when it meets for its 63rd session from 27 February to 2 March 2012, at IMO Headquarters in London. read more

IMO DECISION: SHIPS MUST MONITOR CO2 EMISSIONS

Hamburg, May 2nd, 2016. The global Paris agreement on climate change has far-reaching consequences for the shipping industry. 

On April 22nd,  International Maritime Organization (IMO) has approved a requirement for ships to track all their CO2 emissions. This means that ship owners will be obligated to record and report the fuel consumption, the distance sailed, and the number of operating hours of their units to the respective flag state, which in turn forwards the information for review to the IMO in London. This new arrangement is projected to take effect in January 2019 and supplements today’s regulations for energy efficient operations that apply to all ships.

This latest IMO decision was preceded last year by the new EU Monitoring, Reporting and Verification (MRV) Regulation, which, beginning in 2018, requires all ships of more than 5,000 gross tons visiting EU ports to collect data about their CO2 emissions and other relevant operational information and then annually transmit verified data to the EU Commission.

Operators now face the dual challenge of not only having to implement suitable measurement procedures, but also a compliant monitoring process that, together with the regularly generated reports, must be certified by independent and accredited verification institutions. All of this is required before operators can be issued the compliance certificate that each ship must carry on board and which is subject to inspection in port.

The Vessel Performance from Dolphin Group, collects, records, and documents all the required data for each ship individually and provides this information in the form of regular reports.Using the data collected and evaluations made, Dolphin Monitoring  prepares all  the documentation needed for issuing the compliance document and submits these to the accredited verifiers.

 

With Dolphin Fuel Logging & Vessel Performance System, shipping companies can now easily and conveniently be  complied  with  all of the most-recently approved collection and reporting requirements, and  also improve   fleet’s energy efficiency and profitability at the same time.

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Electropneumatic S.A. - Electronic & Pneumatic Automation Systems