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EU Shipping MRV Regulation - June 2016 Newsletter

30/06/2016
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ESSF plenary meeting to discuss EU MRV delegated and implementing acts – 28th June, Brussels

 
 

The European Sustainable Shipping Forum (ESSF) 6th Plenary Meeting was held in Brussels on 28th June 2016 to discuss the way forward with regards to the delegated and implementing acts pursuant to the Regulation 2015/757 'EU MRV'. The EU MRV Regulation that came into force on 01st July 2015, foresees the development of such acts to define the technical details for an effective implementation of the regulation.[...]

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Verifavia Shipping Participated in Posidonia International Shipping Exhibition

                         

Verifavia, the world’s leading emissions verification company for the transport sector, participated in Posido   nia International Shipping Exhibition held in Athens, Greece from 6 to 10 June, 2016.

Verifavia Shipping conducted free EU MRV Masterclasses, which were attended by shipowners, IT service providers, and other shipping companies. Verifavia Shipping was interviewed by several media publications, including Hellenic Shipping News, Safety4Sea, and Marine Professional. The focus of the interviews was EU MRV Regulation, and how Verifavia can work in partnership with shipowners to achieve compliance. [...]

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Verifavia Shipping says now’s the time to monitor your ship’s emissions

 
Verifavia recognises that the latest EU MRV regulation is causing widespread confusion amongst shipowners and operators. In an interview with Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide, Julien Dufour, CEO of Verifavia Shipping, and Nikolas Theodorou, Managing Director, Verifavia Shipping (Hellas) Ltd., highlighted that the company is ready to offer tangible, and accurate emissions readings for all ship owners around the world. [...]
 
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Progress of sorts at MEPC 69 - Approval of mandatory reporting of Vessels' fuel consumption


The 69th meeting of the International Maritime Organization’s (IMO) Marine Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) in April concluded with the approval of mandatory reporting of vessels’ fuel consumption.

The Data Collection system will be put forward for adoption at the 70th MEPC session in October, and could come into force in 2018. It will require ships of 5,000 GT or greater to collect consumption data for each type of fuel used, as well as proxies for transport work
- design deadweight for cargo-carrying vessels, with measurements for other vessel types still to be decided. [...]
 
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Counting Down to 2018 - Verifavia Shipping explains what's expected of shipowners and operators 

 
In April 2015, the European Parliament agreed to the EC’s strategy for progressively integrating maritime emissions into the EU’s policy for reducing its domestic GHG emissions. Regulation 2015/757 (‘Shipping MRV Regulation’) came into force on July 1, 2015, Julien Dufour explains what’s expected of shipowners and operators.

Like it or Loathe it, the EU’s Shipping MRV Regulation is now a fact of life for more than 10,000 vessels visiting EU ports every year, and compliance is non-negotiable. The first step is the design of a robust monitoring plan, which shipowners are required to submit to a verifier for approval by August 31, 2017. [...]
 
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