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Annex - Amendments to the 2010 Guidelines for Monitoring the Worldwide Average Sulphur Content of Fuel Oils Supplied for Use on Board Ships (Resolution MEPC.192(61))

 This document has been consolidated into resolution MEPC.192(61)

1 The last sentence of paragraph 10 is replaced with the following:

  • "For the calculation of yearly average, any fuel oils less than 0.05% of sulphur should be calculated as 0.03%."

2 Paragraph 12 is replaced with the following:

  • "12 There are presently four providers of sampling and testing services under these Guidelines."

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