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Reference
Ares(2017)3112662
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Revision of Regulation of the European Parliament and the Council amending Regulation (EU) 2015/757 on monitoring, reporting and verification of carbon dioxide emissions from maritime transport, in view of an alignment with the IMO data collection system

Department
Directorate-General for Climate Action
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21 June 2017 - 19 July 2017
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  • Bahamas Shipowners Association (Bahamas)
    19 July 2017 Business association

    Bahamas Shipowners Association (Bahamas)

    Comments from the Bahamas Shipowners Association on the Revision of Regulation of the European Parliament and the Council amending Regulation (EU) 2015/757 on monitoring, reporting and verification of carbon dioxide emissions from maritime transport, in view of an alignment with the IMO data collection system The Bahamas Shipowners Association (BSA) welcomes initiatives on the reduction of GHG emissions from shipping and view a future...

  • The Japanese Shipowners' Association (Japan)
    19 July 2017 Business association

    The Japanese Shipowners' Association (Japan)

    The Japanese Shipowners’ Association would welcome the European Commission to revise EU MRV regulation. Recital 34 of the EU MRV Regulation states that a global MRV system is preferable as it could be regarded as more effective due to its broader scope and that where an agreement on a global MRV system is reached the Commission should review the regulation with a view to aligning it to the global MRV system. This means that EU MRV regulations...

  • CLIA Europe (Belgium)
    19 July 2017 Business association

    CLIA Europe (Belgium)

    Please find enclosed the CLIA Europe feedback to the Revision of the Shipping MRV Regulation. Kind regards,

  • Indian National Shipowners' Association (India)
    19 July 2017 Business association

    Indian National Shipowners' Association (India)

    We are happy to see the process initiated for alignment of EU MRV Regulations with IMO CO2 Data Collection System. A global system will be able to deliver far greater reduction in GHG emission than a regional one. It will also greatly reduce the administrative burden, time and cost on shipowners / operators and their seafarers of reporting different sets of data under two different regimes. This time and cost could then be better utilized for...

  • Oil Companies International Marine Forum (OCIMF) (United Kingdom)
    18 July 2017 Non-governmental organisation (NGO)

    Oil Companies International Marine Forum (OCIMF) (United Kingdom)

    Oil Companies International Marine Forum (OCIMF) would like to thank the Commission for the opportunity to comment on the ‘Revision of the Shipping MRV Regulation’. OCIMF supports and welcomes this step to fully align the EU scheme with the IMO. OCIMF was a member of the ESSF MRV working group and in this forum highlighted key concerns regarding the lack of alignment between the EU and IMO system. OCIMF represents the maritime interests of...

  • International Chamber of Shipping (United Kingdom)
    18 July 2017 Company/business organisation

    International Chamber of Shipping (United Kingdom)

    ICS welcomes revising the EU Shipping MRV Regulation in order align the EU MRV with the global IMO Data Collection System (DCS). The shipping industry is encouraged by the positive statements from the European Commission acknowledging the significant progress made by IMO Member States towards addressing GHG emissions from international shipping. With the support of the industry, IMO is developing a comprehensive strategy for the further...

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