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Use and editing of bunker checklists

Use and editing of bunker checklists

 

The checklists contained in this section are for general use in order to maintain appropriate safety levels when bunkering LNG in situations to which these checklists apply. 

If you would want to use these checklists for inclusion in the rules, requirements and/or guidelines applicable in your area of responsibilities, you are free to do so provided the following conditions are met:

  • The existing text of the questions may not be changed nor may questions be added.

  • However, where in view of local circumstances, it is considered that certain questions are not appropriate, these questions may be omitted in full only and the WPCI LNG Administrator should be promptly informed of such action by using the Contact function on the Home page of the website.

  • On each page of your version of the checklist, the source “WPCI LNG Group” and the WPCI logo should be included in an appropriate position.

  • Translations have been authorized.

If you would like to receive editable copies of the checklists contained in this section of the ”WPCI LNG fuelled vessels” Website, please enter your name, the name of your organization and the E-mail address in the appropriate positions below and click on “Submit” to indicate that you understand and agree to these conditions.

 

After receipt, an editable copy of the checklist(s) and the WPCI logo will be transmitted to your Email address as soon as possible.

 

If you have any suggestion to change / improve the existing text of a question or to include additional question(s) please advise the WPCI LNG Administrator using the Contact function on the Home page of the website. Your suggestions will be conveyed to the WPCI LNG Working Group for its consideration; the Group that meets on a regular basis, would be pleased with your participation.

 

Bunker checklist
IAPH’s WPCI LNG working group has developed harmonized bunker checklists for LNG operations in ports. Implemented harmonized bunker checklists will be of great benefit to the vessels bunkering LNG in different ports, as this will reduce the potential for confusion caused by having to comply with different rules and regulations in different ports.