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What is the content of the emissions report?

Content of the emissions report


1.    From 2019, by 30 April of each year, companies shall submit to the Commission and to the authorities of the flag States concerned, an emissions report concerning the CO2 emissions and other relevant information for the entire reporting period for each ship under their responsibility, which has been verified as satisfactory by a verifier in accordance with Article 13.

2.    Where there is a change of company, the new company shall ensure that each ship under its responsibility complies with the requirements of this Regulation in relation to the entire reporting period during which it takes responsibility for the ship concerned.

3.    Companies shall include in the emissions report the following information:

(a)  data identifying the ship and the company, including:

(i)  name of the ship,

(ii)  IMO identification number,

(iii)  port of registry or home port,

(iv)  ice class of the ship, if included in the monitoring plan,

(v)  technical efficiency of the ship (the Energy Efficiency Design Index (EEDI) or the Estimated Index Value (EIV) in accordance with IMO Resolution MEPC.215 (63), where applicable),

(vi)  name of the shipowner,

(vii)  address of the shipowner and its principal place of business,

(viii)  name of the company (if not the shipowner),

(ix)  address of the company (if not the shipowner) and its principal place of business,

(x)  address, telephone and e-mail details of a contact person;

(b)  the identity of the verifier that assessed the emissions report;

(c)  information on the monitoring method used and the related level of uncertainty;

(d)  the results from annual monitoring of the parameters in accordance with Article 10.

Source: Regulation 2015/757 Art.11
 

Format of the emissions report


1.    The emissions report shall be submitted using automated systems and data exchange formats, including electronic templates.

2.    The Commission shall determine, by means of implementing acts, technical rules establishing the data exchange formats, including the electronic templates. Those implementing acts shall be adopted in accordance with the examination procedure referred to in Article 24(2).

Source: Regulation 2015/757 Art. 12


Template for emissions reports


Part A Data identifying the ship and the company
  1. Name of the ship
  2. IMO identification number
    1. Port of registry OR
    2. Home port
  3. Ship category [drop down menu: 'Passenger ship', 'Ro-ro ship', 'Container ship', 'Oil tanker', 'Chemical tanker', 'LNG carrier', 'Gas carrier' , 'Bulk carrier', 'General cargo ship', 'Refrigerated cargo carrier', 'Vehicle carrier', 'Combination carrier', 'Ro-pax ship', 'Container/ ro-ro cargo ship', 'Other ship types']
  4. Ice class of the ship (non-mandatory – only if included in the monitoring plan) [drop down menu: Polar Class PC1 - PC7]
  5. Technical efficiency of the ship
    1. Energy Efficiency Design Index (EEDI), where required by MARPOL, Annex VI, Chapter 4, Regulations 19 and 20, expressed in grams CO2/ tonne-nautical mile OR
    2. Estimated Index Value (EIV), calculated in accordance with IMO Resolution MEPC.215 (63), expressed in grams CO2/ tonne-nautical mile
  6. Name of the shipowner
  7. Address of the shipowner and its principal place of business: address line 1, address line 2, city, state/ province/ region, postcode/ ZIP, Country
  8. Name of the company (only if not the shipowner)
  9. Address of the company (only if not the shipowner) and its principal place of business: address line 1, address line 2, city, state/ province/ region, postcode/ ZIP, Country
  10. Contact person
    1. Name: title, first name, surname, job title
    2. Address: address line 1, address line 2, city, state/ province/ region, postcode/ ZIP, Country
    3. Telephone
    4. e-mail
Part B Verification
  1. Name of the verifier
  2. Address of the verifier and its principal place of business: address line 1, address line 2, city, state/ province/ region, postcode/ ZIP, Country
  3. Accreditation number
  4. Verifier's statement
Part C Information on the monitoring method used and the related level of uncertainty
  1. Emission source [drop down menu: 'All sources', 'Main engines', Auxiliary engines', 'Gas turbines', 'Boilers', Inert gas generators']
  2. Monitoring method(s) used (per emission source) [drop down menu: 'Method A: BDN and periodic stocktakes of fuel tanks', 'Method B: Bunker fuel tank monitoring on-board', 'Method C: Flow meters for applicable combustion processes', 'Method D: Direct CO2 emissions measurement']
  3. Related level of uncertainty, expressed as % (per monitoring method used)
Part D Results from annual monitoring of the parameters in accordance with Article 10
Fuel consumption and CO2 emitted
  1. Amount and emission factor for each type of fuel consumed in total:
    1. Fuel type [drop down menu: 'Heavy Fuel Oil (HFO)', 'Light Fuel Oil (LFO)', 'Diesel/Gas Oil (MDO/MGO)', 'Liquefied Petroleum Gas (Propane/Butane, LPG)', 'Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG)', 'Methanol', 'Ethanol', 'Other fuel with non-standard emission factor']
    2. Emission factor, expressed in tonnes CO2/ tonne fuel
    3. Total fuel consumption, expressed in tonnes fuel
  2. Total aggregated CO2 emitted within the scope of this Regulation, expressed in tonnes CO2
  3. aggregated CO2 emissions from all voyages between ports under a Member State's jurisdiction, expressed in tonnes CO2
  4. aggregated CO2 emissions from all voyages which departed from ports under a Member State's jurisdiction, expressed in tonnes CO2
  5. aggregated CO2 emissions from all voyages to ports under a Member State's jurisdiction, expressed in tonnes CO2
  6. CO2 emissions which occurred within ports under a Member State's jurisdiction at berth, expressed in tonnes CO2
  7. Total fuel consumption and total aggregated CO2 emitted assigned to passenger transport (for ro-pax ships), expressed in tonnes fuel and in tonnes CO2
  8. Total fuel consumption and total aggregated CO2 emitted assigned to freight transport (for ro-pax ships), expressed in tonnes fuel and in tonnes CO2
  9. Total fuel consumption and total aggregated CO2 emitted on laden voyages (voluntary), expressed in tonnes fuel and in tonnes CO2
  10. Total fuel consumption for cargo heating (for chemical tankers, voluntary), expressed in tonnes fuel
  11. Total fuel consumption for dynamic positioning (for oil tankers and 'other ship types', voluntary), expressed in tonnes fuel
Distance travelled, time spent at sea and transport work
  1. Total distance travelled, expressed in nautical miles
  2. Total distance travelled when navigating through ice (voluntary), expressed in nautical miles
  3. Total time spent at sea, expressed in hours
  4. Total time spent at sea when navigating through ice (voluntary), expressed in hours
  5. Total transport work, expressed in passenger-nautical miles (for passenger ships) tonne-nautical miles (for ro-ro ships, container ships, oil tankers, chemical tankers, gas carriers, bulk carriers, refrigerated cargo carriers, vehicle carriers, combination carriers) cubic meter-nautical miles, (for LNG carriers, container/ ro-ro cargo ships) deadweight-tonne carried-nautical miles (for general cargo ships) passenger-nautical miles AND tonne-nautical miles (for ro-pax ships) tonne-nautical miles OR deadweight-tonne carried-nautical miles (for other ship types)
  6. Second parameter for total transport work (voluntary), expressed in tonne-nautical miles (for general cargo ships) deadweight-tonne carried-nautical miles (for vehicle carriers)
  7. Average density of the cargoes transported in the reporting period (for chemical tankers, bulk carriers and combination carriers, voluntary), expressed in tonnes per cubic meter
Energy efficiency
  1. Average energy efficiency
    1. Fuel consumption per distance, expressed in kilogram per nautical mile
    2. Fuel consumption per transport work, expressed in grams per passenger-nautical mile, grams per tonne-nautical mile, grams per cubic meter-nautical mile, grams per deadweight-tonne carried-nautical mile, grams per passenger-nautical mile AND grams per passenger-nautical mile, as applicable to relevant ship category
    3. CO2 emissions per distance, expressed in kilograms CO2 per nautical mile
    4. CO2 emissions per transport work, expressed in grams CO2 per passenger-nautical mile , grams CO2 per tonne-nautical mile, grams CO2 per cubic meter-nautical mile, grams CO2 per deadweight-tonne carried-nautical mile or grams CO2 per passenger-nautical mile AND grams CO2 per tonne-nautical mile, as applicable to relevant ship category
  2. Second parameter for average energy efficiency per transport work (voluntary), expressed in grams per tonne-nautical mile and grams CO2 per tonne-nautical mile (for general cargo ships) grams per deadweight-tonne carried-nautical mile and grams CO2 per deadweight-tonne carried-nautical mile (for vehicle carriers)
  3. Differentiated average energy efficiency (fuel consumption and CO2 emitted) of laden voyages (voluntary), expressed in kilograms per nautical mile grams per tonne-nautical mile, grams per cubic meter-nautical mile, grams per deadweight-tonne carried-nautical mile or grams per passenger-nautical mile, as applicable to relevant ship category kilograms CO2 per nautical mile grams CO2 per tonne-nautical mile, grams CO2 per cubic meter-nautical mile, grams CO2 per deadweight-tonne carried-nautical mile or grams CO2 per passenger-nautical mile, as applicable to relevant ship category
  4. Additional information to facilitate the understanding of the reported average operational energy efficiency indicators of the ship (voluntary)
The detailed list of parameters that must be included in the emissions report is laid out in the Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2016/1927 on templates for monitoring plans, emissions reports and documents of compliance pursuant to the EU MRV Regulation.
 
Source: Commission Implementing Regulation (EU) 2016/1927 on templates for monitoring plans, emissions reports and documents of compliance pursuant to the EU MRV Regulation
 

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