We refer to newsletter 8 dated 6th April 2017 re the requirement that vessels should use fuels with low sulphur contents (0,5% or less when at berth) for all Chinese ports within the Zhejiang Emission...Read more
NNPC will keep you informed continuously
As a shipowner it can often prove difficult to keep abreast of all key details essential to maintaining continuous operations at all times. Often developments simply occur too rapidly. It is also complicated to get hold of accurate information. This is why at NNPC we do our utmost to keep you up to speed regarding risk management. How? Through the workshops we regularly organise. Through publications. And of course through our website and newsletters. This way not only we, but also you stay alert.
The Club has seen an unusual high amount of fines for the alleged failure to properly declare ship’s stores for ships calling Russian ports. Typical procedure is that a customs officer will boar...Read more
We refer members to the article in our annual report 2016 and our Circular 17 of 2017. We note that on 7 July 2017, the IMO’s Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) agreed to a revised s...Read more
Practical Guidelines for the EU Monitoring, Reporting, Verification (MRV) Regulation
The EU MRV Regulation, which entered into force on 1 July 2015, requires shipowners and operators to monitor, re...
Fines imposed by Denmark’s Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) due to usage of illegal fuel:
The Danish EPA has taken serious action against shipowners who have been using illegal fuel and ...