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Classification Societies, Reports — By on December 22, 2015 at 11:16 AM

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We have developed a new notation for low-flashpoint fuels, allowing owners and shipyards to demonstrate that their design and construction meet requirements. The notation will come into effect as of 1 January, 2016, as part of LR’s Rules and Regulations. Find out more
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The shipping industry shows that it can provide clean fuel designs that meet the requirements of world trade – read more about this new gas-fuelled design from NACKS, approved by LR. Find out more
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LR issues Approval in Principle for joint GE Marine and DSIC gas turbine-powered LNG carrier design. Find out more about the project here
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From inspections by drone to battery-powered ships, we are working on solutions to some of industry’s greatest challenges. Read more in our Group Review 2015.
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LR class £7million river maintenance vessel for Port of London Authority (PLA). The vessel is the PLA’s biggest single investment in over 20 years. Find out more
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LR accredits first mass flow metering system in Hong Kong – designed to enhance the integrity, security and efficiency of fuel quantity measurement. Find out more
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After the discussions at COP21 earlier this month, Katharine Palmer, LR’s Environmental Manager asks ‘What’s next?’ for the shipping industry. Read blog
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Class News

Class News No. 30/2015: Statutory Alert: Implementation of IACS Unified Interpretations SC 267 and SC 267 Rev. 1 relating to lifeboat release and retrieval systems. View

Class News No.29/2015: Amendments (37-14) to the IMDG Code. View

Class News No. 28/2015: China publishes new sulphur emission control regulations within Pearl River Delta, Chang Jiang Delta and Bohai Rim waters. View

Class News No. 27/2015: MARPOL Annex IV passenger ship sewage discharge and treatment requirements – postponement of implementation agreed in principle. View

Class News No. 26/2015: New SOLAS requirements for additional means of escape from machinery spaces on new passenger and cargo ships. View

Future legislation

Summary report of the 29th IMO Assembly (A29) session : This document provides a summary of discussions and conclusions during this session. View

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