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                            On the regulatory agenda
Agenda
Committees and Sub-committees of IMO
SOLAS
Emergency towing arrangements and procedures
Prohibition of asbestos
Means of embarkation on and disembarkation from ships
International Code on Intact Stability 2008
Fixed carbon dioxide fire-extinguishing systems (SOLAS reg. II-2/10)
Drainage of special category and ro-ro spaces
Search and rescue locating devices
Safety of Navigation - ECDIS
Safety of Navigation – BNWAS etc.
International Maritime Solid Bulk Cargoes (IMSBC) Code
Material safety data sheets
Casualty Investigation Code
Definition of the term Bulk Carrier
Life-Saving Appliances (LSA) Code
Packed dangerous goods on board HSC
ISM Code revised at MSC 85
Amendments to the International Maritime Dangerous Goods (IMDG) Code
Enhanced Surveys for Bulk Carriers and Oil Tankers (Res. A.744(18)) (ESP Guidelines)
MARPOL
Prevention of pollution during transfer of oil cargo between oil tankers at sea (STS)
MARPOL Annex VI Air pollution – New approved sulphur limits
MARPOL Annex VI Air pollution – New NOx emission limits from MEPC 58
Possible new SECAs
Prevention of air pollution from ships (ECA and MARPOL Annex VI) – MEPC 59 development
Regulatory drivers - EU climate change political developments
Regulatory drivers – IMO politics
Green House Gases –MEPC 59 developments
GHG expectations for MEPC 60
Ballast Water Management
General aspects of BW exchange
Ballast Water Regulations (B-3) Application based on construction dates and BW Capacity in m3
BWM - The Convention framework
BWM Approval Status – After MEPC 59
Note to those concerned
Requirement Explorer TM
Global Integrated Shipping Information System (GISIS)
Ship Recycling
Ship Recycling – Some Basics
New Convention on Recycling
Recycling news from Diplomatic Conference
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IHM - Cradle to Grave
What’s expected from IMO 2008-2020
Goal-Based Regulatory Framework
General Cargo Ship Safety
Chemical and Product Tankers
IMO strategic plan 2008-2014
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EU
On the EU Agenda 3rd Maritime Safety Package
3rd Maritime Safety Package Status June 2009
EU “Co-decision” process
EU regulatory scene. What’s next?
The increasing EU Regulatory Role
In the future we will get
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On the regulatory agenda

Including news from IMO MSC 86, MEPC 59
and the Hong Kong Recycling Conference

28 August 2009

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Agenda

SOLAS
- Amendments recently adopted

MARPOL
- Annex VI
- Green House Gases

BWM

New Recycling Convention

 IMO strategic plan 2008-2014

EU

Summing up

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Regulatory drivers – IMO politics

 IMO under strong pressure to deliver results by UNFCCC
Copenhagen climate conference (COP15) December 2009

 Political barriers - clashing IMO and UNFCCC principles
- Significant differences in national positions as regards IMO’s role in curbing

ship emissions of GHG in relation to the mandate of the UNFCCC and Kyoto
protocol

- Developing countries (non-Annex I) generally in consensus that IMO must
adopt the principles of UNFCCC / Kyoto, i.e. “Common But Differentiated
Responsibilities (CBDR)”

- This is strongly opposed by delegations of the developed countries (Annex 1),
invoking the IMO principle of “No More Favourable Treatment”

- So far not possible to break this impasse, in-depth discussions on application
of CO2 regulations, as well as on introduction market based instruments
(MBI’s), deferred until MEPC 60 (March 2010)

- Disagreements among MBI advocates on instrument most appropriate for
international shipping - bunker tax or emission trading

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Green House Gases –MEPC 59 developments

 No agreement on regulatory matters – decisions deferred to MEPC 60 earliest
(March 2010)

 Discussion on market based instruments deferred until MEPC60, pending
developments at UNFCCC COP15 (Dec. 09)

 Consensus reached on interim guidelines for Energy Efficiency Design Index
(EEDI) and verification scheme, to be used on a voluntary trial basis.

 Finalisation of guideline for Energy Efficiency Operational Index (EEOI) to be
used on a voluntary basis,

 Consensus on draft guidance on the development of a Ship Energy Efficiency
Management Plan (SEEMP) to be used on a voluntary basis

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 More and more detailed international
regulations covering more areas than
today

 Environmental regulations will be in
focus in the near future, and we will
see a shift from local to global
regulations (from NOx/SOx to CO2)

 Increased focus on liability for all
partners within the maritime industry

 Corporate Social Responsibility will
play an increasing role in shaping the
maritime industry

In the future we will get

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