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1 MARPOL Annex I Regulations for the Prevention of Pollution by Oil Tim Wilkins Regional Manager Asia-Pacific Environmental Manager an introduction to the international regulations for the prevention of pollution by oil Image courtesy of Dampskibsselskabet NORDEN AS

2 1.MARPOL 2.Annex I i.Regulations and Chapters ii.Fundamentals 1.Operation 2.Construction

3 1. MARPOL Torrey Canyon 1967 1959 US built, 60,000 dwt,, Li. flagged Jumboised to 120,000 dwt Cargo 120,000 ts of BP oil for Milford Haven Navigational error caused grounding ripping open 6 tanks 31,000,000 gallons of oil leaked Oil spread along the sea between England and France

4 1. MARPOL Amoco Cadiz 1978 1974 built Amoco Cadiz carrying 227,000 tonnes of crude oil ran aground off the coast of Brittany, France at 10:00 p.m. on March 16, 1978 The whole cargo spilled out as the breakers spilt the vessel in two, progressively polluting 360 km of shoreline At the time this was the largest oil spill by tanker ever registered.

5 The International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships (MARPOL) as amended by the 1978 Protocol (MARPOL 73/78) Just Oil… 1954 OILPOL Convention –Operational Discharge zones (50nm and 100ppm) Reception facilities 1. MARPOL

6 Not just Oil… MARPOL Annexes I – VI I.Regulations for the Prevention of Pollution by Oil II.Regulations for the Control of Pollution by Noxious Liquid Substances in Bulk III.Regulations for the Prevention of Pollution by Harmful Substances Carried by Sea in Packaged Form IV.Regulations for the Prevention of Pollution by Sewage from Ships V.Regulations for the Prevention of Pollution by Garbage from Ships VI.Regulations for the Prevention of Air Pollution from Ships 1. MARPOL

7 MARPOL Implementation 1967 Torrey Canyon 1973-1978 Amoco Cadiz et al. MARPOL ’73 and the Protocol ‘78 MARPOL enters into force October 1983 –Annex I and II - 1983 –Annex III – 1992 –Annex V – 1988 –Annex IV – 2003 –Annex VI - 2005 1. MARPOL

8 2. Annex I regulations and chapters 39 regulations in 7 chapters to regulate oil pollution from ships (not just tankers): 1.Ship/Tanker design 2.Ship/Tanker operation

9 2. Annex I regulations and chapters ChapterRegulations 1 1-5General: Definitions and applications 2 6-11Surveys and certification: Flag administration and Port State Control (PSC) 312-17 Machinery space: Construction, discharge control and equipment (all ship types) 418-36 Cargo areas: Construction, discharge control and equipment (oil tankers) 5 37Shipboard oil pollution emergency plan (SOPEP) 6 38Reception facilities 7 39FPSOs and FSUs 39 regulations in 7 chapters to regulate oil pollution from ships (not just tankers):

10 2. Annex I fundamentals; Operation Discharge of oil at sea (1): all discharges of oil are prohibited unless certain criteria are satisfied Machinery space (bilge and sludge) –All ship types –Machinery space Bilge waste: oily water from the bilges Sludge: waste residue from the filtration of fuel oil –Ship must be en route –Oily mixture must have been processed through the oil filtering equipment –Oil content of the mixture does not exceed 15 parts per million (ppm) –Oily mixture is not mixed with cargo residues (see later)

11 2. Annex I fundamentals; Operation Discharge of oil at sea (2): all discharges of oil are prohibited unless certain criteria are satisfied Cargo space (slops) –Oil tankers –Must be more than 50nm from nearest land (also defined) –30 litres per nautical mile –Discharged through the Oil Discharge Monitoring Equipment (ODME) –Maximum discharge quantity on a ballast voyage should not exceed 1/30,000 of the total quantity of the particular cargo of which the residue formed a part

12 2. Annex I fundamentals; Operation Discharge of oil at sea (3): all discharges of oil are prohibited unless certain criteria are satisfied Oil discharge monitoring and control systems (tankers) Regulations 31 & 32 Oil filter equipment (all ship types) Regulation 14 Oil Discharge Monitoring Equipment (ODME) Oily Water Separators (OWS) Extensive review of requirements underway at IMO

13 2. Annex I fundamentals; Operation Special Areas (1): All the previous discharge criteria regulates outside a Special Area Regulation 1 - “A Special Area is a sea area where for recognized technical reasons in relation to oceanographic and ecological condition and to the particular character of its traffic…special mandatory methods for the prevention of sea pollution by [oil] is required.” And as such there shall be NO discharge whatsoever of cargo residues/slops from oil tankers

14 2. Annex I fundamentals; Operation Special Areas (2): those listed in Annex I: –Baltic Sea1983 –Black Sea1983 –Red Seanot in effect –Mediterranean Sea1983 –Gulf of Adennot in effect –Antarctic1992 –Gulfs areaAug 2008 –Northwest European waters1999 –Southern South African watersAug 2008 –Oman area of the Arabian Seanot in effect

15 2. Annex I fundamentals; Operation Reception facilities: Regulation 38 Oil loading terminals, repair ports and ports in which ships have oily residues to discharge Port state obligation Alleged inadequacies

16 2. Annex I fundamentals; Construction Tank (ship) construction: How many hulls…

17 2. Annex I fundamentals; Construction Tank (ship) construction: Exxon Valdez 1989 OPA 90 –U.S phase-out from 1995 to 2010 (except for tankers with double bottoms (db) or double sides (ds), tankers less than 5,000 gross tons and tankers that call at LOOP or Designated Lightering Areas) IMO amendments to MARPOL 73/78 (adopted 3/1992, entry into force 7/1993) –Newbuildings to be double-hulls –Single-hulls to be sbt/pl or hbl from 25 years with phase-out at 30 years old or by 2015

18 2. Annex I fundamentals; Construction Tank (ship) construction: Erika 1999 IMO amendments to MARPOL 73/78 (adopted 4/2001, entry into force 9/2002) –Category 1 phase-out up to 2007 –Categories 2&3 phase-out at 26 years up to 2015 BUT Flag state may allow newer single-hulls to continue to 25 years (subject to CAS) HOWEVER Port state can deny such extended single-hull tankers from entering its ports

19 2. Annex I fundamentals; Construction Tank (ship) construction: Oil Tanker Categorization Category 1pre-MARPOL (pre-1982) Category 2MARPOL (post-1982) Category 3smaller tankers (5,000-20,000/30,000dwt)

20 2. Annex I fundamentals; Construction Tank (ship) construction: Prestige 2001 EU Regulation 1726/2003 (entry into force 21/10/2003) –Category 1 phase-out up to 2005 –Categories 2&3 phase-out up to 2010 –No Heavy Grade Oils (HGO) in single-hulls from 21/10/2003 –CAS from 2005 for all Categories 2&3 over 15 years old IMO amendments to MARPOL 73/78 (adopted 12/2003, entry into force 5/4/2005) –13G –Category 1 phase-out up to 2005 –Categories 2&3 phase-out up to 2010 –CAS required for Categories 2&3 over 15 years old

21 2. Annex I fundamentals; Construction Tank (ship) construction: Prestige 2001 BUT Flag state may extend Categories 2&3 up to 2015 or 25th anniversary (whichever earlier) Flag state may extend Categories 2&3 with db or ds which may trade up to 25th anniversary of delivery (even past 2015) HOWEVER Port state may deny entry of either such flag-state-extended tankers 13H - Double hull required from 5/4/05 for Heavy Grade Oil as cargo for tankers 5,000 dwt and above, and for tankers 600-4,999 dwt (except single-hulls built with db and ds) from anniversary date in 2008

22 2. Annex I fundamentals; Construction Tank (ship) construction: Prestige 2001 BUT Flag state may allow single-hull 5,000 dwt and above with db or ds to continue with HGO up to 25th anniversary (even beyond 2015) Flag state may allow single-hull 5,000 dwt and above to continue with HGO between 900 and 945 kg/cubic meter until 25th anniversary or 2015 whichever is earlier, subject to CAS Flag state may allow single-hull 600-4,999 dwt to continue with HGO until 25th anniversary or 2015 whichever is earlier HOWEVER Port state may deny entry of any of the above mentioned flag-state-extended tankers carrying HGO

23 2. Annex I fundamentals; Construction Tank (ship) construction:

24 2. Annex I fundamentals; Construction Tank (ship) construction:

25 2. Annex I fundamentals; Construction Tank (ship) construction:

26 2. Annex I fundamentals; Construction Tank (ship) construction:

27 2. Annex I fundamentals; Miscellaneous Other key elements to MARPOL Annex I: SOPEP –Shipboard Oil Pollution Emergency Plan Certification –International Oil Pollution Prevention Certificate (IOPPC) Surveys –Special Surveys (Enhanced Special Survey) –Condition Assessment Scheme (CAS) CAS (Applies to oil tankers of 5,000 dwt and above) CAS will be performed at intervals of up to 5 years and 6 months First CAS to be undertaken at first renewal (ie special) survey or intermediate survey after 5/4/05 of every tanker which has reached its fifteenth year CAS is to be harmonised with ESP

28 2. Annex I fundamentals; Miscellaneous Other key elements to MARPOL Annex I: Oil Record Book (ORB) –Regulation 17 and Appendix III –Part 1: Machinery space operations –Part 2: Cargo space operations Crude Oil Washing (COW) Fuel tank protection – all ships 2010 Pump room protection – double bottom in tankers after 1/1/2007 Oil outflow performance in case of accident – collision or grounding

29 2. Annex I fundamentals; Miscellaneous Other key elements to MARPOL\Annex I: FPSOs/FSUs a.FPSOs and FSUs are not oil tankers and are not to be used for the transport of oil except that, with the specific agreement by the flag and relevant coastal States on a voyage basis, b.Conversion of an oil tanker to an FPSO or FSU or vice versa should not be construed as a major conversion as defined in regulation 1(8) c.There are five categories of discharges that may be associated with the operation of an FPSO or FSU: 1.machinery space drainage; 2.offshore processing drainage; 3.production water discharge; 4.displacement water discharge; and 5.contaminated seawater from operational purposes such as produced oil tank cleaning water, produced oil tank hydrostatic testing water, water from ballasting of produced oil tank to carry out inspection by rafting.

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