Imo oil record book part 1

Examples of such operations could be: 1. Collection of oil residue (sludge) from fuel oil separator drain tanks. 2. Collection of oil residue (sludge) by draining engine sump tanks. 3. Adding fuel oil to an oil residue (sludge) tank (all content of a sludge tank is considered sludge). Note: Oil Record Book Part I shall be provided to every oil tanker of 150 gross tonnage and above and every ship of 400 gross tonnage and above, other than oil tankers, to record relevant machinery space operations.

13 Dec 2019 Part 123B applies the MARPOL oil record book requirements to New Appendix 1 Oil Record Book - machinery space operations (all ships) (revoked) Ballast Tanks adopted by the International Maritime Organization by. 1 E.g. in case of damage to the ship or its equipment, and in case of securing IMO Conventions (i.e. SOLAS, MARPOL) may be used as bench marks. above must be provided with an Oil Record Book - Part I Machinery space operations. INTERTANKO A Guide for Correct Entries in the Oil Record Book (Part I agreed by the IMO, which are required due to revision of Annex 1 of MARPOL 73/78,  18 Apr 2017 1. Loading of cargo. Most common entry in oil record book is the Loading of cargo. Unloading at multiple ports cargo record book part cargo  In July 2009, IMO's Marine Environmental Protection Committee (MEPC) adopted two new iv) 17(Oil Record Book, Part I – Machinery Space Operations),. CONTENTS. PART 1. General. 1. Citation, commencement, amendments and revocations. 2. PART 2. Surveys, Certificates and Oil Record Book. 10. Surveys . 11. Responsibilities of Annex I was revised and replaced by IMO Resolution.

1 Mar 2018 Oil Record Book Part I – machinery space operations (all ships) (MEPC.1/Circ. 736/Rev.2). 31. If space permits, onboard waste management 

1 Every oil tanker of 150 gross tonnage and above and every ship of 400 gross tonnage and above other than an oil tanker shall be provided with an Oil Record Book Part I (Machinery space operations). The Oil Record Book, whether as a part of the ship’s official log-book or otherwise, shall be in the form specified in appendix III to this Annex. Although updated only recently, the IMO Marine Environment Protection Committee’s “Guidance for the Recording of Operations in the Oil Record Book Part 1 – Machinery Space Operations (All Ships)” contained in MEPC.1/Circ.736/Rev.01 has been revoked and replaced by a new revised edition: MEPC.1/Circ.736/Rev.02. 1 The Marine Environment Protection Committee, at its sixty-second session, (11 to 15 July 2011), approved a revised text of the Guidance for recording of operations in the Oil Record Book Part I – Machinery space operations (all ships) (MEPC 62/24, paragraph 7.23), set out in the annex. Oil Record Book Part II LIST OF ITEMS TO BE RECORDED (A) Loading of oil cargo 1 Place of loading. 2 Type of oil loaded and identity of tank(s). 3 Total quantity of oil loaded (state quantity added, in cubic metres at 15. o. C and the total content of tank(s), in cubic metres). The ISBN number for the Oil Record Book Part I is 978-0-11-553156-9 The ISBN number for the Oil Record Book Part II is 978-0-11-553157-6. Transitional Arrangements. However, to avoid the unnecessary replacement of the Oil Record Books this shipping notice contains corrigenda for both books.

1 E.g. in case of damage to the ship or its equipment, and in case of securing IMO Conventions (i.e. SOLAS, MARPOL) may be used as bench marks. above must be provided with an Oil Record Book - Part I Machinery space operations.

OIL RECORD BOOK PART 1 - Machinery Space Operations It Shall be provided to every oil tanker of 150 tons gross tonnage and above and every ship of 400 tons gross tonnage and above, other than oil tankers, to record machinery space operations. The receipt or certificate should be kept together with the Oil Record Book Part I. Example #4. Draining of water (disposal) from an oil residue (sludge) tank listed under item 3.1 in the Supplement to the IOPPC, to a bilge water holding tank listed under item 3.3 in the Supplement to the IOPPC. 1 Compliance Energy P&L SUPPLIED IN SINGAPORE ACCORDING 85% SOx Decrease 26% Average Fuel Price increase 2.5% Average energy increase (scrubbers) 13% Average OPEX increase IMO SULPHUR LIMIT >3-years Bunker Delivery Notes (BDN) Records indicating % of Sulphur content available on board allowable limit if no > FONAR Form Instructions disseminated & contact Examples of such operations could be: 1. Collection of oil residue (sludge) from fuel oil separator drain tanks. 2. Collection of oil residue (sludge) by draining engine sump tanks. 3. Adding fuel oil to an oil residue (sludge) tank (all content of a sludge tank is considered sludge). Note: Oil Record Book Part I shall be provided to every oil tanker of 150 gross tonnage and above and every ship of 400 gross tonnage and above, other than oil tankers, to record relevant machinery space operations.

GUIDANCE FOR THE RECORDING OF OPERATIONS IN THE OIL RECORD BOOK PART I – MACHINERY SPACE OPERATIONS (ALL SHIPS) 1 The Marine Environment Protection Committee, at its sixty-second session, (11 to 15 July 2011), approved the Revised Guidance for recording of operations in the Oil Record Book Part I – Machinery space operations (all ships) (MEPC 62/24, paragraph 7.23), set out in the annex.

AMSA has issued marine notice to advise of the availability of guidance for the recording of operations in the Oil Record Book Part I – machinery space operations (all ships), prepared and issued by the IMO. According with revised MEPC.1/Circ736/Rev.1, issued 25 August 2011, additional amendments to Oil Record Book entries have been implemented by IMO. The first part of the Oil Record Book deals with machinery space operations for all ships. [3] MEPC.1/Circ.834/Rev.1 Page 2 I:\CIRC\MEPC\01\MEPC.1-CIRC.834.Rev.1.docx 7 Member Governments and Parties to the MARPOL Convention are invited to bring the revised Consolidated Guidance to the attention of all parties concerned. In particular, port States are invited to make it available at port reception facilities and flag States are invited to the IOPP Certificate and Oil Record Book Parts I and II, the text of which is set out in the annex to the present resolution; 2. DETERMINES, in accordance with Article 16(2)(f)(iii) of the 1973 Convention, that the amendments shall be deemed to have been accepted on 1 July 20 I 0 unless prior, to that date, not GUIDANCE FOR THE RECORDING OF OPERATIONS IN THE OIL RECORD BOOK PART I – MACHINERY SPACE OPERATIONS (ALL SHIPS) 1 The Marine Environment Protection Committee, at its sixty-second session, (11 to 15 July 2011), approved the Revised Guidance for recording of operations in the Oil Record Book Part I – Machinery space operations (all ships) (MEPC 62/24, paragraph 7.23), set out in the annex. This course is designed to deliver the correct way to complete Oil Record Book entries for Machinery Space Operations (Part 1) in accordance with MARPOL 73/78 and IMO requirements. As the noncompliance with the standards might inflict serious penalties from the Port State Control and other authorities, the Oil Record Book training is particularly useful for Senior Officers.

Regulation 17 - Oil Record Book, Part I (Machinery space operations). 1 Every oil tanker of 150 gross tonnage and above and every ship of 400 gross tonnage 

Oil Record Book Part II LIST OF ITEMS TO BE RECORDED (A) Loading of oil cargo 1 Place of loading. 2 Type of oil loaded and identity of tank(s). 3 Total quantity of oil loaded (state quantity added, in cubic metres at 15. o. C and the total content of tank(s), in cubic metres). The ISBN number for the Oil Record Book Part I is 978-0-11-553156-9 The ISBN number for the Oil Record Book Part II is 978-0-11-553157-6. Transitional Arrangements. However, to avoid the unnecessary replacement of the Oil Record Books this shipping notice contains corrigenda for both books. AMSA has issued marine notice to advise of the availability of guidance for the recording of operations in the Oil Record Book Part I – machinery space operations (all ships), prepared and issued by the IMO. According with revised MEPC.1/Circ736/Rev.1, issued 25 August 2011, additional amendments to Oil Record Book entries have been implemented by IMO. The first part of the Oil Record Book deals with machinery space operations for all ships. [3] MEPC.1/Circ.834/Rev.1 Page 2 I:\CIRC\MEPC\01\MEPC.1-CIRC.834.Rev.1.docx 7 Member Governments and Parties to the MARPOL Convention are invited to bring the revised Consolidated Guidance to the attention of all parties concerned. In particular, port States are invited to make it available at port reception facilities and flag States are invited to the IOPP Certificate and Oil Record Book Parts I and II, the text of which is set out in the annex to the present resolution; 2. DETERMINES, in accordance with Article 16(2)(f)(iii) of the 1973 Convention, that the amendments shall be deemed to have been accepted on 1 July 20 I 0 unless prior, to that date, not

Order Oil Record Book part 1 - MARPOL Machinery Space Ops (All ships) published by Maritime Coastguard Agency (MCA) with Free Delivery Option to UK  The Bahamas Maritime Authority Oil Record Book Part 2 - Cargo / Ballast Operations Attention is drawn to IMO Circular MSC-MEPC.4/Circ.1, whereby only in  30 Jan 2011 Machinery space operations (Part 1). The Club's IMO guidance on entries in the Oil Record Book Section (C) 11, Collection of oil residues. Order Oil Record Book part 1 - MARPOL Machinery Space Ops (All ships) published by Maritime Coastguard Agency (MCA) with Free Delivery Option to UK