ECM Client Alert 10-2017: Panama Canal Advisory A-15-2017 - Modification to Fuel Requirements in Canal Waters
The Panama Canal Authority (ACP) has issued a new Advisory A‐15‐2017 which clarifies certain issues relating to requirements under the ACP's fuel regulations for all vessels transiting the Panama Canal. This advisory has been released following certain issues raised in the ACP's previous Advisory A-04-2017.
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As usual, if Members have any questions on this subject, your usual contact at the Club would be pleased to assist you
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