Fuel Testing Programme Clause 2011

BIMCO Fuel Testing Programme Clause 2011

Should the Owners participate in a recognised fuel testing programme one of the samples retained by the Owners shall be forwarded for such testing. The cost of same shall be borne by the Owners and if the results of the testing show the fuel not to be in compliance with ISO 8217:2010, or any subsequent amendment thereof, or such other specification as may be agreed, the Owners shall notify the Charterers and provide a copy of the report as soon as reasonably possible.

In the event the Charterers call into question the results of the testing, a fuel sample drawn in accordance with IMO Resolution MEPC.182(59) Guidelines for the Sampling of Fuel Oil for Determination of Compliance with the Revised MARPOL 73/78 Annex VI or any subsequent amendments thereof, shall be sent to a mutually agreed, qualified and independent laboratory whose analysis as regards the characteristics of the fuel shall be binding on the parties concerning the characteristics tested for. If the fuel sample is found not to be in compliance with the specification as agreed in the paragraph above, the charterers shall meet the cost of this analysis, otherwise same shall be for the Owners’ account.

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