In order to improve ship standards, the International Group of P&I Clubs informed that it will continue to conduct survey triggers for seagoing vessels of 10 years of age or more carrying HFO. Operators should have in mind that a declaration is now required.
The West of England P&I Club informs operators that it has scheduled to carry out condition surveys of seagoing tankers aged 10 years or more if they carried heavy fuel oil (HFO) as cargo during the previous policy year. Therefore, operators are requested to complete a declaration form and submit it not later than the end of August.
The West of England P&IU Club advise reminds operators whose tankers have carried Heavy Fuel Oil (HFO) as cargo to and complete and return a relevant declaration form.
American P&I Club issues Circular No 27/13 re Condition Survey Requirement for Tankers Carrying HFO as Cargo
Condition Surveys for Tankers Carrying HFO as Cargo
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