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The attained Energy Efficiency Existing Ship Index (EEXI) is required to be calculated for ships of 400 GT and above, in accordance with the different values set for ship types and size categories.
IHM Part I
Ships on international voyages, of 500 GT and above, flying the flag of an EU Member State or flying the flag of a third country when calling at a port or anchorage of an EU Member State, are required to have on board an IHM Part I.
Ships of 500 GT and above, with an 'Inventory Certificate' or 'Statement of Compliance' on Inventory of Hazardous Materials, are required to maintain and update the Inventory throughout their operational life.
Ships of 5,000 GT and above are required to collect and report consumption data for each type of fuel oil they use, as well as other, additional, specified data including proxies for transport work.
Ships of 5,000 GT and above are required to monitor, report and verify CO2 emissions when they call any EU port.
NEW PANAMA CANAL
Ships passing new Panama Locks are required to comply with the new requirements for mooring and towing equipment on board.
Ships are required to keep on board a Ship Implementation Plan for the consistent implementation of 0.5 % sulphur limit under MARPOL Annex VI.