A report commissioned by the International Chamber of Shipping, written by researchers at the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research at the University of Manchester
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This new publication from ICS guides readers through the first step on the route to decarbonisation: preparing for compliance with the IMO regulatory framework, and in particular, the 2021 amendments to MARPOL Annex VI. It sets out plainly what the key regulatory changes are for shipowners, operators and managers and explains in detail the full range of additional technical and operational requirements which ships must now comply with.
This Industry Guidance is specifically aimed at clarifying the exchange of information between shipowners and suppliers through the supplier’s submission of the Material Declaration (MD) and the Supplier’s Declaration of Conformity (SDoC). It will assist shipowners and suppliers in understanding and complying with their obligations with respect to MD and SDoC under the Hong Kong Convention (HKC) and EU Ship Recycling Regulation (EUSRR), reducing the administrative burden for shipowners and suppliers, and ensuring the provision of accurate information necessary for the maintenance of the Inventory of Hazardous Materials (IHM).
Agenda: REDUCTION OF GHG EMISSIONS FROM SHIPS. Submitted by ICS and INTERCARGO
LNG tonne-mile demand may suffer from Argentina’s plans to become more energy independent by exploiting its vast shale reserves.
The International Chamber of Shipping warns shipowners how they report their Carbon Intensity Indicator will have a big impact on future efforts to improve the measure
The Clean Energy Ministerial (CEM) has forged stronger links with the shipping sector to accelerate green energy transitions.
MEPC 79-4-11 – Proposal on guidance for the temporary storage of treated sewage and grey water in ballast water tanks
Agenda: HARMFUL AQUATIC ORGANISMS IN BALLAST WATER. Submitted by India, Japan, United Arab Emirates, ICS, BIMCO and BEMA