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Which data and information must be monitored ?



Monitoring on a per voyage basis (Regulation 2015/757 Art. 9)


Based on the monitoring plan assessed in accordance with Article 13, for each ship arriving in or departing from, and for each voyage to or from, a port under a Member State's jurisdiction, companies shall monitor in accordance with Part A of Annex I and Part A of Annex II the following parameters:
 
  • port of departure and port of arrival including the date and hour of departure and arrival;
  •  amount and emission factor for each type of fuel consumed in total;
  • CO2  emitted;
  • distance travelled;
  • time spent at sea;
  • cargo carried;
  • transport work.
Companies may also monitor information relating to the ship's ice class and to navigation through ice, where applicable.

By way of derogation from paragraph 1 of this Article and without prejudice to Article 10, a company shall be exempt from the obligation to monitor the information referred to in paragraph 1 of this Article on a per-voyage basis in respect of a specified ship, if:
 
  • all of the ship's voyages during the reporting period either start from or end at a port under the jurisdiction of a Member State; and
  • the ship, according to its schedule, performs more than 300 voyages during the reporting period.

Monitoring on an annual basis (Regulation 2015/757 Art. 10)


Based on the monitoring plan assessed in accordance with Article 13(1), for each ship and for each calendar year, companies shall monitor in accordance with Part A of Annex I and with Part B of Annex II the following parameters:
 
  • amount and emission factor for each type of fuel consumed in total;
  • total aggregated CO2  emitted within the scope of this Regulation;
  • aggregated CO2  emissions from all voyages between ports under a Member State's jurisdiction;
  • aggregated CO2  emissions from all voyages which departed from ports under a Member State's jurisdiction;
  • aggregated CO2  emissions from all voyages to ports under a Member State's jurisdiction;
  • CO2  emissions which occurred within ports under a Member State's jurisdiction at berth;
  • total distance travelled;
  • total time spent at sea;
  • total transport work;
  • average energy efficiency.
Companies may monitor information relating to the ship's ice class and to navigation through ice, where applicable.

Companies may also monitor fuel consumed and CO2  emitted, differentiating on the basis of other criteria defined in the monitoring plan.

Source: Regulation 2015/757 Art.  9 and 10

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