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            EU MRV

            Emission Reporting Made Simple

            The ABS Emissions Reporting Application is an easy-to-use application that allows owners and operators to input and monitor the status of their IMO DCS and EU MRV data.

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            MONITORING, REPORTING AND VERIFICATION OF CARBON DIOXIDE EMISSIONS FROM MARITIME TRANSPORT

            Shipping’s contribution to greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions is coming under increasing scrutiny at IMO and on regional levels. Most notable of the regional initiatives are the recent actions of the European Union (EU), with the implementation of?EU Regulation 2015/757?concerning monitoring, reporting and verification (MRV) of CO2?emissions. ?The EU MRV requirements outline three key deadlines for ship operators of large ships (above 5000GT) calling on the European Economic Area EEA (EU, Iceland and Norway) ports:

            • By?31 August 2017?- submit to the verifiers a monitoring plan, indicating the method chosen to monitor and report CO2 emissions and other relevant information.?
            • From?1 January 2018?- monitor CO2 emissions and other relevant information on a per-voyage basis using the agreed monitoring plan.?
            • By?30 April of each year, beginning in 2019 - submit to the Commission and to the authorities of the Flag States concerned an emissions report which has been judged as satisfactory by a competent, independent verifier.?

            To comply with the new requirements, companies shall, for each of their ships:

            • Determine the CO2 emissions in accordance with any of the methods set out in?Annex I?of the Regulation, and
            • Monitor other relevant information (distance sailed, time spent at sea, cargo carried) in accordance with the rules set out in?Annex II?of the Regulation.?

            ABS Assistance

            ABS is able to support by:

            • Assessing the monitoring plan. In doing so, we will verify that the appropriate monitoring plan template is used and that all information as required by the EU MRV Regulations is provided. We will confirm the information in the plan accurately describes the emissions sources and measurement equipment installed on the ship. In addition, we will communicate any recommendations for improvement which are identified.?
            • Verifying the emissions report is prepared in conformance with the accepted monitoring plan.

            Please contact your local ABS office for scheduling assistance or send your request to?MRVABSGreece@eagle.org.

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            Disclaimers
            Impartiality

            All work is to be undertaken in accordance with the ABS Code of Ethics.? The ABS Code of Ethics includes procedures for the identification, disclosure and remediation of all actual or potential conflicts of interest, and prohibits ABS personnel from carrying out activities on behalf of ABS that pose an unacceptable risk to their impartiality or in respect of which they have conflicts of interest. ?

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            Complaints & Appeals

            Any disagreement regarding the proper interpretation of the EU MRV requirements or complaints regarding the ABS service can be referred to ABS for resolution. ABS can be contacted through the feedback form on this webpage or via email at: MRVABSGreece@eagle.org.

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