Panama Canal Authority (ACP) Advisory A-39-2019 – Updated Fuel Requirements
Members are referred to ECM Maritime Services LLC’s Client Alert 21-2019 for details of ACP’s updated fuel requirements for vessels anchoring, transiting through and docking at terminals in Panama Canal waters. These requirements will apply from 1 January 2020, in compliance with IMO 2020.
If Members have any questions regarding the above, they should get in touch with their usual Club contact.
Panama Canal Authority (ACP) Advisory A-39-2019 – Updated Fuel Requirements (1 MB)
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