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Tripartite Agreement Imsbc

The design of intermediate recommendations was developed because the International Gas Carrier Code (IGC) does not set requirements for bulk liquid hydrogen. They are based on the results of a comparative study of similar loads in the IGC code, for example. B liquefied natural gas. They are intended to facilitate the development of a tripartite agreement for a pilot vessel designed to research and demonstrate safe transport of liquid water from overseas in large quantities. The purpose of the IMSBC code is to improve the control and classification of unknown bulk goods without characteristics or danger groups. To do so, the manufacturer or shipper of these cargoes must agree with the competent authorities of the flag and port state (“tripartite agreement”). Where a cargo is considered to be at risk of liquefaction (Group A) or presents chemical risks (Group B), a tripartite agreement is required between the competent authorities of the loading port, the unloading port and the vessels that justify the conditions of transport. If the cargo is safe (Group C), the shipping authority may authorize transport independently. Following these two marine accidents, the International Maritime Organization`s (IMO) Carriage of Cargoes and Containers (CCC) subcommittee issued a circular on the transport of ammonium nitrate fertilizers. These fertilizers are classified as Group C (non-hazardous), but both accidents have shown that some fertilizers can decompose under adverse conditions during transport and, as a result, release highly toxic gases. Bulk goods that are not in the IMSBC code and can be transported on German-flagged vessels or in a German port must be authorised by BG Verkehr`s Maritime Security Service. To do so, please use the IMO questionnaire.

Roadmap for coal taking into account safety issues related to liquefying loadsThe subcommittee reviewed the report of a group of correspondents on the assessment of BAUXITE and coal properties with respect to their liquefaction potential. In this case, the cargo produced hydrogen gas leaking into an adjacent room. The emitted gas was ignited by a spark from an electric disk and caused an explosion. The explosion blew up the hatch covers and the chief engineer was burned. Creation of a high-quality aushenetic steel matching groupA correspondence group was createdA correspondence group was created to examine the adequacy of manganese aushentic steel for cryogenic service for the possible inclusion of austite steel manganese steel steel in the IGC and IGF codes. High-strength manganese steel is a proposed material for use in cryogenic applications such as cargo tanks, fuel tanks and LNG carrier and LNG-powered vessels.

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