The Fuels Used For Inland And Seagoing Vessels

Original Language Title: o palivech používaných pro vnitrozemská a námořní plavidla

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312/2012 Sb.



DECREE



of 21 June 1999. September 2012



on the determination of the requirements on the quality of fuel used for inland and

naval vessels for the protection of the atmosphere



Change: 154/2014 Sb.



Change: 154/2014 Coll. (part)



Ministry of the environment shall establish under section 16(1). 8 of law No.

201/2009 Coll., on the protection of air, (hereinafter referred to as the "Act"):



§ 1



The subject of the edit



(1) this Decree incorporates the relevant provisions of the European Union ^ 1) and

regulates the protection of the atmosphere



and) requirements for quality marine fuels used on ships

IWT ^ 2) and maritime vessels ^ 3), flying

the flag of the United States,



(b)) the requirements for sampling of marine fuels and the verification of their quality,



(c)) the mode of proof quality marine fuels,



(d) reporting of data) the details of the quality of marine fuels.



(2) the requirements for the quality of marine fuels laid down by this Decree are

do not apply to the use of marine fuels



and) in research and testing,



(b)) intended for processing prior to final combustion,



(c)) for further processing in the refining industry,



(d)) on vessels that are important for ensuring the safety of vessels, or

saving life at sea and



(e)) in the necessary situations because of damage to the vessel or its

equipment, provided that the damage is taken after the occurrence of the corresponding

measures to prevent or minimize excessive emissions.



§ 2



Basic concepts



For the purposes of this Ordinance, means the



and) marine fuel means any liquid fuel obtained from crude oil suitable for use on

Board and the fuel referred to in annex 1 to this notice,



(b) diesel fuel), whose density or viscosity corresponds to the value

the density or viscosity of the DMB for the class listed in annex No. 1 to this

the Decree,



c) gas oil fuel whose density or viscosity corresponds to the value

the density or viscosity for the DMX, DMA, and DMZ listed in annex 1 to the

This Decree,



d) placing on the market means supplying or making available to third persons for the marine fuels

use on board anywhere on the territory of the United States, with the exception of delivery

or the provision of marine fuels for export in the storage vessels



e) emission reduction add-on method, material, device or equipment

intended to be fitted to a vessel, a different procedure or an alternative fuel,

whose use leads to a reduction of emissions.



§ 3



Requirements for quality marine fuels



(1) under the MARPOL Convention, the sulphur content of marine fuels

used on the vessels voyage in maritime surveillance

the areas of emissions of sulphur oxides ^ 4), it may be not more than 0.1% by weight.

The sulphur content of marine fuels used on board vessels maritime

Cruises to other seas, may be not more than 3.5% by weight.



(2) the sulphur content of gas oil that the market may not exceed 0.001%

by weight. The sulphur content of diesel fuels placed on the market must not

exceeding 1.5% by weight.



(3) the sulphur content in marine fuels used



and inland vessels) must not exceed 0.001% by weight,



(b)) by vessels in the ports of maritime Member States of the European Union

must not exceed 0.1% by weight.



(4) the change of traffic on marine fuel required for vessels maritime

the cruise will take place as soon as possible after the arrival of the vessel to port

Member countries of the European Union and the possible transition of traffic on the original shipping

the fuel will take place as late as possible before his departure.



(5) the provisions of paragraphs 3 and 4 shall not apply to the case where a vessel

According to the published timetable in the position of the stand does not stay for more than 2

hours, or in the position of stand shuts down all engines, and removes all the time

electricity from the shore.



(6) the provisions of paragraph 1 and paragraph 3 (b). (b)) shall not apply to

vessels using abatement method, on the basis of which

continuously fulfilling the emission limits specified in annex No. 3 to this notice.



(7) method to reduce emissions must be in accordance with the criteria set out in

Annex No 4 to this Decree, and must be approved by the procedure laid down in another

the legislation governing the technical requirements for maritime

device ^ 7) or the procedure laid down in the regulation directly applicable European

Union ^ 8).



§ 4



Sampling and verification of quality marine fuels



(1) the person specified in § 16 para. 1 of the law shall ensure the sampling for the

to verify the quality of the marine fuel by a process that is

Representative and as accurately as possible reflects the actual quality of the ship

fuel. This procedure shall be deemed to be respected if it is proceeded according to

designated technical standards ^ 5) and Appendix VI to annex VI of the Convention

MARPOL ^ 4).



(2) the analysis of the sample of marine fuel collected pursuant to paragraph 1

provides a procedure that is representative and an evidential and what

most accurately reflects the actual quality of marine fuel. This procedure is

considered to be respected if it is proceeded according to designated technical

^ 5) standards and in accordance with Appendix VI to annex VI to the MARPOL Convention ^ 4).



(3) verification of quality marine fuels referred to for the first time on the market in the territory of

Czech Republic the Czech trade inspection performed by continuously sampling

marine fuels with the person who lists as the first marine fuels on the market.



(4) the analysis of the samples taken for the purpose of monitoring the quality

indicators of marine fuels are carried out by an accredited person ^ 5)

the result of the analysis made by the competent Protocol.



§ 5



The proof of quality marine fuels



(1) compliance with the requirements on the quality of marine fuel in accordance with § 3 shows

the person referred to in § 16 para. 1 of the Act a certificate of the quality of fuel that

is included with every delivery of marine fuel. The certificate must be attached

a sealed sample of the supplied fuel.



(2) a certificate of the quality of marine fuel contains



and the issuer of the certificate identification data), which are, in the case of

a legal person, the name or business name, legal form, address,

Headquarters, the identification number of the person it has been allocated; in the case of

entrepreneurial natural person, the name or names and surnames,

the identification number of the person, if any, date of birth and address of the

the place of residence or the address of the residence or place of business in

persons who are not citizens of the Czech Republic,



(b)) the type of marine fuel, its production and the combined code designation

nomenclature ^ 6)



c) Declaration of compliance with the requirements specified for the ship's fuel, this

the decree and the harmonized or designated technical standards ^ 5)

an indication of the actual content of sulphur, the date of the last quality control and

identifying information of the laboratory that performed the analysis,



(d) the weight of the delivery of ship's fuel),



(e) the date of loading of the ship's fuel) and



(f)) name, surname and signature of the authorized representative of the entity issuing the

the certificate and the date of issue of this certificate.



§ 6



Content Essentials reporting on the quality of marine fuels



Data on the quantity and the sulphur content of marine fuels in them shall be reported to the

form in annex 2 to this Decree.



§ 7



The effectiveness of the



This Decree shall enter into force on 1 January 2000. October 2012.



Minister:



Mgr. cottage in r.



Annex 1



CLASS MARINE FUELS



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The qualitative indicator Unit Limit type of marine fuel

Gas Gas Gas Motor

oil oil oil DMX DMA DMZ nafta DMB

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Kinematic viscosity at 40 ° c, mm2/s max. 5.50 6.00 6.00 11.00

min. 1.40 2.00 3.00 2.00

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Density at 15 ° c kg/m3 max. -890.0 890.0 900.0

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Annex 2



OBBSAHOVÉ ESSENTIALS REPORTING ON THE QUALITY OF MARINE FUELS



1. Identification data of the person who as first reported on marine fuel

the market (in the case of a natural person, the name or names, last name,

where the trade name, address of the place of residence, or

whether or not the place of business, the identification number of the person; If no identification

the number of persons assigned, enter the date of birth; in the case of legal

person, company or business name, registered office and identification number of the person

If it was allocated for foreign persons is also the location of the organizational folder

undertaking in the territory of the Czech Republic, if it establishes)



2. Data on the number and the content of sulphur in marine fuel, and on the results of the analyses

carried out pursuant to § 4 paragraph 2. 2.



3. the name, surname and date of issue.



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Reporting year

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Data on the amount of information on the results of the analyses

The kind of marine fuel sulphur content in the fuel---------------------------------------------------------------------------


Quantity Quantity Quantity The Number Of Minimum Maximum

in t/year in the t/a in t/y sulphur content sulphur content were removed.

production imports ^ 3) ^ 4) distribution patterns in% in%

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Diesel DMB max. 0.001% hm ^ 1)

Max. 0.1% m/m ^ 2)

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Gas oil DMZ max. 0.001% hm ^ 1)

Max. 0.1% m/m ^ 2)

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Gas oil DMA max. 0.001% hm ^ 1)

Max. 0.1% m/m ^ 2)

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Gas oil DMX max. 0.001% hm ^ 1)

Max. 0.1% m/m ^ 2)

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Another kind of fuel max. 0.001% hm ^ 1)

Max. 0.1% m/m ^ 2)

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1) Mass the sulphur content of marine fuels used by inland vessels.

2) by weight of sulphur content in fuels used by vessels in maritime ports of Member States of the European Union.

3) supplies from imports from countries outside the European Union.

4) supply of cross-border transport of the countries of the European Union for the purpose of distribution to the market of the Czech Republic.



Annex 3



EMISSION LIMITS WHEN USING THE EMISSION REDUCTION METHODS



The values for the sulphur content of marine fuel in accordance with § 3 (1). 1 (a). 3

(a). (b)) and the emission limits in accordance with § 3 (1). 6.



+----------------------------------------------+------------------------------------------+

| The sulphur content of marine fuel in accordance with § 3 (1). 1 | Emission limits expressed as the ratio of emissions |

| (a). 3 (b). (b)) (% WT.) | SO2 (ppm)/CO2 (% vol.) 1), 2) |

+----------------------------------------------+------------------------------------------+

| 3,50 | 151.7 |

+----------------------------------------------+------------------------------------------+

| 1,50 | 65.0 |

+----------------------------------------------+------------------------------------------+

| 1,00 | 43.3 |

+----------------------------------------------+------------------------------------------+

| 0,50 | 21.7 |

+----------------------------------------------+------------------------------------------+

| 0,10 | 4.3 |

+----------------------------------------------+------------------------------------------+

Explanatory notes:

1) limit values for the emission ratios will apply only when you use a petroleum distillate or heavy

heating oil. If the CO2 concentration is reduced by using the unit for the cleaning of exhaust gases, can be

the CO2 concentration measured at the inlet of the unit.

2) emission limits correspond to the emissions peak when using marine fuel that carries out the

limit values for the sulphur content of marine fuel provided for in this Decree.



Annex 4



THE CRITERIA FOR THE USE OF EMISSION REDUCTION METHODS



Methods of reducing emissions in accordance with § 3 (1). 6 must be in accordance with these

criteria:



1. When you use the usage-based emission reduction systems

flue gas cleaning must not waste water, which is a product of systems

cleaning of exhaust gases, which use chemicals, additives and

other chemical products created on the site, and discharged into the sea, even

in enclosed ports, harbours and estuaries, where the operator

the ship can demonstrate that the deletion of such water into the sea will have no impact

on human health and the environment, and neither is. If cleaning

flue gas used sodium hydroxide, it is sufficient if the waste water meets the

the criteria set out in International Maritime Organization resolution issued by the

under international treaties, which the Czech Republic is bound ^ 4) and its

the pH does not exceed the value of 8.0.



2. When using the method of emission reductions based on the use of biofuels,

biofuels must meet the sustainability criteria set out in the Act on

protection of the atmosphere.



A blend of biofuel and marine fuels must meet the values for sulphur content

set out in § 3 (1). 1 and § 3 (1). 3 (b). (b)).



3. emission reduction method based on the use of a mixture of

marine fuel and natural gas odpařeného used tankers

liquefied natural gas at berth in ports of the European Union, and must be

criterion referred to in the following formula:



MBOG/MF > = (SF (%). EF0, 1%-0.1%. EF)/0.1%. EBOG



MBOG/MF is the ratio between the weight of odpařeného natural gas and ship-generated

fuel consumed at berth



MBOG is the mass odpařeného of natural gas consumed in anchorage in the

kg



MF is the mass in kg of the marine fuel consumed during mooring the ship in

the port of



SF (%) is the percentage sulphur content per unit of weight used

marine fuel



EF0, 1% of the energy value of the marine fuel with a sulphur content of 0.1% in < =

MJ/kg



EF is the energy value of the consumed marine fuel in MJ/kg



EBOG is the energy value of the consumed gas in odpařeného

MJ/kg



For EF0, 1%, you can use the standard value 43.0 MJ/kg for EF 40.8 MJ/kg

and for the EBOG will be 50.0 MJ/kg. In this case, compliance with the criteria

evaluated according to the following formula:



MBOG/MF > = 8.6. SF (%)-0.816



For the determination of sulphur in marine fuel how much during anchoring in

the port are in the table shows examples of minimum conditions

required for marine fuels with different sulphur contents.



+------------------+-------+--------+--------+---------+-------+--------+

| The sulphur content of SF (%) | 1 | 1.5 | 2.0 | 2.5 | 3.0 | 3.5 |

+------------------+-------+--------+--------+---------+-------+--------+

| MBOG/MF | 7.8 | 12.1 | 16.4 | 20.7 | 25.0 | 29.3 |

+------------------+-------+--------+--------+---------+-------+--------+".



1) Council Directive 1999/32/EC of 26 July 2000. April 1999 on the reduction of content

sulphur in certain liquid fuels and amending Directive 93/12/EEC.



European Parliament and Council Directive 2005/33/EC of 6 May 1999. July

2005, amending Directive 1999/32/EC as regards the sulphur content of

marine fuels.



European Parliament and Council directive 2009/30/EC of 23 December 2003. April 2009,

amending Directive 98/70/EC as regards the specification of petrol,

diesel and gas oil, the establishment of a mechanism for monitoring and

greenhouse gas emission reductions, and to Council Directive 1999/32/EC as regards the

about the specification of fuel used by inland waterway vessels, and that

repealing Directive 93/12/EEC.



Directive of the European Parliament and of the Council of 2012/33/EU of 21 June. November

2012, amending Council Directive 1999/32/EC as regards the sulphur content of

marine fuels.



2) Act No. 118/1995 Coll. on inland navigation, as amended

regulations.



3) Law No 61/2000 Coll., on maritime navigation, as amended

regulations.



4) communication from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs No. 71/1995 Coll., on negotiation of

The 1978 Protocol to the International Convention for the prevention of pollution from ships

(MARPOL) 1973.



5) Law No. 22/1997 Coll., on technical requirements for products and amending

and additions to certain laws, as amended.



6) of Council Regulation (EEC) No 2658/87/EC of 23 December 2003. July 1987 on the tariff and

statistical nomenclature and on the common customs tariff, as amended

the text of the.



7) Decree-Law No. 266/2009 Coll., on technical requirements for maritime

equipment, as amended.



8) article 3 (2). 2 regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EC) No.

2099/2002 of 5 November 2002. November 2002, establishing a Committee for maritime

safety and the prevention of pollution from ships (COSS) and amending the

the regulations on maritime safety and the prevention of pollution from ships.