06 July 1998

 

FLAG STATE ADMINISTRATION ADVISORY NO. 07

 

Series of 1998

 

 

TO

:

ALL SHIPOWNERS/OPERATORS/CHARTERERS OF PHILIPPINE REGISTERED TANKERS/BARGES PLYING DOMESTIC TRADE CARRYING MORE THAN 2,000 TONS OF OIL IN BULK AS CARGO

SUBJECT

:

COMPLIANCE WITH THE INTERNATIONAL CONVENTION ON CIVIL LIABILITY FOR OIL POLLUTION DAMAGE, 1992 (CLC, 1992)

 

In accordance with the provisions of Article VII paragraph 2 of the International Convention on Civil Liability For Oil Pollution Damage, 1992 (CLC, 1992), all Philippine-registered tankers/barges plying in domestic trade carrying more than 2,000 tons of oil in bulk as cargo are required to be covered in insurance or other financial security to answer the liability for pollution damage under the Convention.

 

As the CLS becomes effective for the Philippines on 07 July 1998, all Philippine registered tankers/barges covered by the Convention shall be issued the corresponding CLC Certificate by the Maritime Industry Authority (MARINA) upon the submission of a copy(ies) of the proof of insurance cover and payment of processing fee of P 1,000.00.

 

 

 

RADM PIO H. GARRIDO JR. AFP (Ret.)

Administrator

 

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