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Pollution from the carriage of oil by sea

liability and compensation

by Wu, Chao Ph. D.

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Published by Kluwer Law International in London, Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Liability for oil pollution damages.,
  • Oil pollution of the sea -- Law and legislation.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementWu Chao ; forewords by Måns Jacobsson and Luke Readman.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsK956 .W8 1996
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxvi, 433 p. ;
    Number of Pages433
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL313380M
    ISBN 10904110920X
    LC Control Number97224280

    Describes the documentation relating to the carriage or of harmful substances by sea. Explains that the competent authority of the Government of a Party to the Convention may inspect the Oil Record Book on board any ship to which Annex I applies while the ship is in its port or offshore terminals and may make a copy of any entry in that. An Act to give effect to the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships as modified and added to by the Protocol of , the International Convention for the Control and Management of Ships’ Ballast Water and Sediments , and to other international agreements relating to the protection of the marine environment and to the prevention, .

    In China, a two-tier compensation regime has been established for vessel-source oil pollution damage, but this regime does not address damage in connection with the carriage of HNS by sea. This article examines the Chinese law approach to civil liability and compensation for damage in this respect, and discusses whether there is an adequate. Oil Pollution. Any discharge into the sea of oil or oily mixtures from ships of gross tons and greater shall be prohibited except when a number of process conditions are satisfied. Any discharge into the sea of oil or oily mixtures from the cargo area of a vessel shall be prohibited except when a number of conditions are satisfied.

    The International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships, (MARPOL), Annex III, contains the mandatory provisions for the prevention of pollution by harmful substances carried by sea in packaged form. The carriage of marine pollutants is prohibited except in accordance with the relevant provisions of Annex III of MARPOL. 15 Cargo Record Book: Chapter 6 - Measures of control by port States: 16 Measures of control: Chapter 7 - Prevention of pollution arising from an incident involving noxious liquid substances: 17 Shipboard marine pollution emergency plan for noxious liquid substances: Chapter 8 - Reception facilities.


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Pollution from the carriage of oil by sea by Wu, Chao Ph. D. Download PDF EPUB FB2

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wu, Chao, Ph. Pollution from the carriage of oil by sea. London ; Boston: Kluwer Law International, ©   A comprehensive reference work for shipping and environmental lawyers and specialists The carriage of crude oil by sea is commonly associated with the disastrous effects of spills.

Major spills include those from the Torrey Canyon, the Amoco Cadiz, the Exxon Valdez, the Haven, the Aegean Sea, the Braer and the Sea Empress. [3] Oil Pollution at Sea 2 [4] Gard Handbook 32 [5] Wu, Chao, Pollution from the Carriage of Oil by Sea: Liability and Compensation (), p. [6] The CLC is now replaced with Protocol and amended with Protocol [7] Pdf page 50 [8] Oil polution at sea 6 [9] Sir Winston Churchill, ‘QuoteWorld’ accessed 16 May [10] 4.

Oil Pollution at Sea: Civil Liability & Compensation for Damage by Gotthard Gauci Hardcover Book, pages See Other Available Editions Description A comprehensive reference work for shipping and environmental lawyers and specialists The carriage of crude oil by sea is commonly associated with the disastrous effects of : POLLUTION OF THE SEA BY OIL CHAPTER The Problem – Pollution of the sea by oil is a problem of national, regional and international concern because of the deleterious effects it could have on marine environment unless appropriate and timely steps are taken to prevent, mitigate, control, remove or combat the same.

The compliance with this requirement shall be evidenced by the Oil Record Book entries and all such documents of declaration of the vessels cargo carrying capacity. The Directorate has also been requested to clarify, on the permissibility of using the fuel oil from the cargo tank for the OSVs own use as ships bunker.

Further, comparisons are made to other laws, in particular the United States Oil Pollution Act of From the Back Cover A comprehensive reference work for shipping and environmental lawyers and specialists The carriage of crude oil by sea is commonly associated with the disastrous effects of : Gotthard Gauci.

Analysing the regulation of vessel-source pollution from the perspective of the political interests of key players in the ship transportation industry, this book by Alan Khee-Jin Tan offers a comprehensive and convincing account of how pollution of the marine environment by ships may be better regulated and reduced.

“Procedures for Oil Record Book entry in Machinery Space” “Procedures for cargo record in Tankers oil record book” Other precautions to prevent oil pollution include but are not limited to: • Structural safeguards, such as double hull, bunker tank swash bulkheads on certain ships, etc.

• loading, carriage and discharge of oil cargo. (a) the procedure to be followed by the master or other persons having charge of the ship to report an oil pollution incident, as required in Article 8 and Protocol I of the present Convention, based on the guidelines developed by the Organization;[2] (b) the list of authorities or persons to be contacted in the event of an oil pollution incident.

2 The term ‘persistent oil’ is not precisely defined in the Conventions but, as a guide, it can be taken to include crude oil, heavy and medium fuel oil, heavy diesel oil and lubricating oil. Guidelines based on the distillation characteristics of oils have been developed by the International Oil Pollution Compensation Fund.

A comprehensive reference work for shipping and environmental lawyers and specialists The carriage of crude oil by sea is commonly associated with the disastrous effects of spills.

Major spills include those from the Torrey Canyon, the Amoco Cadiz, the Exxon Valdez, the Haven, the Aegean Sea, the Braer and the Sea Empress. Under the Carriage of Goods by Sea Act ofa vessel will be liable for damage to a cargo when the damage arises out of which event.

o (A) Delays due to seizure of the vessel • (B) Improper stowage o (C) Strikes or lockouts o (D) Fire caused by fault of the carrier If choice B is selected set score to 1. Cargo Record Book. A Cargo Record Book (see also side 2, side 3, side 4, side 5, side 6 and side 7 of document), whether as part of the ship's official log book or otherwise shall be carried in every ship to which Annex II of MARPOL 73/78 applies.

These are mainly the ships carrying noxious liquid substances in bulk, chemical tankers and liquid gas carriers. Special area means a sea area where for recognized technical reasons in relation to its oceanographically and ecological condition and to the particular character of its traffic the adoption of special mandatory methods for the prevention of sea pollution by oil is required.

List of Special Areas of Annex 1: Mediterranean Sea; Baltic Sea; Black Sea. Oil Pollution of the Sea (Civil Liability and Compensation)(Amendment) ActNo. Oil Pollution of the Sea (Civil Liability and Compensation) ActNo. Oil Pollution of the Sea (Civil Liability and Compensation) Acts to Petty Sessions (Ireland) Act 14 & 15 Vict., c.

Public Offices Fees Act After the second edition of this book was published inthe Carriage of Goods by Sea Act was amended to give the Hague-Visby Rules the “force of law”.

This brought the Singapore position on the effect of these Rules in line with UK law. Furthermore, the effect of the provisions of the Bills of Lading Act (“BLA”), and the corresponding UK statute, namely, the Carriage of.

The scale of global transportation of oil cargoes has led to a demand for increased control and international legislation to combat accidental and operational dis­ charges of oily wastes and residues at sea.

Since the International Maritime Organisation (IMO)*. During the period from tothere were 28 oil pollution incidents involving Chinese-flagged tankers over 50 tons. Only 11 incidents, accounting for 38%, received compensation. Han Lixin, Research on Legal Problems of Compensation for Oil Pollution from Vessels (Beijing: Law Press, ) (in Chinese).

Since the International Maritime Organisation (IMO)* has provided the international forum for the development of several proposals for controlling oil pollution from shipping, which culminated in the International Convention for Prevention of Pollution from Ships and the Protocol relating to this Convention, together known as.

Addition of a new chapter 8 on prevention of pollution during transfer of oil cargo between oil tankers at sea. (Annex I) amendments – (MEPC(59)) (amendments to Annex I, Supplement to the IOPP Certificate and Oil Record Book Parts I and II) 1 January   The book also intends to offer a critical analysis on emerging public law concepts, such as the legal position of seafarers from the perspective of criminal law in cases of pollution and the impact of port state control as a pollution control mechanism.

Pollution at Sea is divided into three parts: 1. Private Law Liability Regimes. 2.The law and economics of pollution damage arising from carriage of oil by sea.

Private law plays an important and indispensable role in the effort to tackle ship-source oil pollution, in which the Civil Liability Convention (CLC) is the key regime setting out the liability and compensation framework for oil spills.