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EU-MRV FAQs

The European Union's MRV (Monitoring, Reporting & Verification)

EU-MRV Guidelines

EU-MRV is a regulation put forth by the European Union to increase accountability for emissions in the Maritime Indusry. Large ships above 5000 GT have to report their overall emissions for the year. EU has a portal called THETIS to which all this data should be uploaded. Once uploaded, this data is verified by an accredited verifier. A Document of Compliance (DOC) is issued upon successful verification

CII applies to all ships above 5000 GT of the following ship types :

  1. Bulk Carriers
  2. Gas Carriers
  3. Tankers
  4. Container Ships
  5. General Cargo Ships
  6. Refrigerated Cargo Carriers
  7. Combination Carriers
  8. LNG Carriers
  9. Vehicle Carriers
  10. Ro-Ro Cargo Vessels
  11. Ro-Ro Passenger Vessels
  12. Cruise Ships

Currently, the MRV Regulation applies to ships of 5,000 GT and above with respect to their GHG emissions released during their voyages from or/and to ports in the European Economic Area for transporting commerical purposes cargo or passengers.

The ETS is a market-based approach to curb pollution across many industries. Every energy-intensive industry. One EU Allowance (EUA) is the right to emit one tonne of CO2 equivalent. For each year, companies must 

Flags &

CII is a measure of the amount of CO2 emitted per unit cargo (tonne) over a particular distance (knots)

It tells us how efficient the Vessel is. According to IMO’s latest circular, Ships are graded according to their CII Rating

Voyages & Ports of Call

CII is a measure of the amount of CO2 emitted per unit cargo (tonne) over a particular distance (knots)

It tells us how efficient the Vessel is. According to IMO’s latest circular, Ships are graded according to their CII Rating

CII is a measure of the amount of CO2 emitted per unit cargo (tonne) over a particular distance (knots)

It tells us how efficient the Vessel is. According to IMO’s latest circular, Ships are graded according to their CII Rating

CII is a measure of the amount of CO2 emitted per unit cargo (tonne) over a particular distance (knots)

It tells us how efficient the Vessel is. According to IMO’s latest circular, Ships are graded according to their CII Rating

CII is a measure of the amount of CO2 emitted per unit cargo (tonne) over a particular distance (knots)

It tells us how efficient the Vessel is. According to IMO’s latest circular, Ships are graded according to their CII Rating

MRV Obligations

CII is a measure of the amount of CO2 emitted per unit cargo (tonne) over a particular distance (knots)

It tells us how efficient the Vessel is. According to IMO’s latest circular, Ships are graded according to their CII Rating

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