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23 Sep 2020
News: Singapore MPA announces further enhancements to crew change procedures. ITF, IMEC contribute to the SG-STAR Fund
Singapore MPA has released a new circular (PMC 38) announcing further enhancements to crew change procedures in the port of Singapore.
Circular: 23 September 2020, War Risks Class circular - Additional Premium Areas
Please read attached circular.
Press Article: Renewables driving offshore market
Sian Dinnadge, Underwriting Director of Standard Club's Offshore division, reviews offshore wind energy and P&I cover for offshore contractors, in Maritime Risk International.
22 Sep 2020
News: Revised draft reporting requirements in Philadelphia
Members should note the new reporting requirements effective immediately.
News: California Air Resources Board updates 'At Berth' regulation
The California Air Resources Board (CARB) approved a new regulation to control emissions whilst ships are at berth in some California ports. The rule expands the scope of the existing 'At-Berth' regulation adopted in 2007 which covered container ships, reefers and cruise ships.