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Bunker Clauses for Time CP

BUNKERING PRIOR TO DELIVERY/REDELIVERY

Provided that it can be accomplished at ports of call, without hindrance to the working or operation of or delay to the Vessel, and subject to prior consent, which shall not be unreasonably withheld, the Owners shall allow the Charterers to bunker for their account prior to delivery and the Charterers shall allow the Owners to bunker for their account prior to redelivery. If consent is given, the party ordering the bunkering shall indemnify the other party for any delays, losses, costs and expenses arising therefrom.

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BUNKERING OPERATIONS AND SAMPLING

(a) The Chief Engineer shall co-operate with the Charterers’ bunkering agents and fuel suppliers during bunkering. Such cooperation shall include connecting/disconnecting hoses to the vessel’s bunker manifold, attending sampling, reading gauges or meters or taking soundings, before, during and/or after delivery of fuels.

(b) During bunkering a primary sample of each grade of fuels shall be drawn in accordance with IMO Resolution MEPC.96 (47) Guidelines for the Sampling of Fuel Oil for Determination of Compliance with MARPOL 73/78 Annex VI or any subsequent amendments thereof. Each primary sample shall be divided into no fewer than seven (7) samples; one sample of each grade of fuel shall be retained on board for MARPOL purposes and the remaining samples of each grade distributed between the Owners, the Charterers and the bunker suppliers.

(c) The Charterers warrant that any bunker suppliers used by them to bunker the Vessel shall comply with the provisions of Sub-clause (b) above.

(d) Bunkers of different grades, specifications and/or suppliers shall be segregated into separate tanks within the Vessel’s natural segregation. The Owners shall not be held liable for any restriction in bunker capacity as a result of segregating bunkers as aforementioned.

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BUNKER QUALITY AND LIABILITY

(a) The Charterers shall supply fuels of the agreed specifications and grades. The fuels shall be of a stable and homogeneous nature and suitable for burning in the Vessel’s engines or auxiliaries and, unless otherwise agreed in writing, shall comply with ISO standard 8217:2010 or any subsequent amendments thereof.

(b) The Charterers shall be liable for any loss or damage to the Owners or the Vessel caused by the supply of unsuitable fuels and/or fuels which do not comply with the specifications and/or grades set out in sub-clause (a) above, including the off-loading of unsuitable fuels and the supply of fresh fuels to the vessel. The Owners shall not be held liable for any reduction in the Vessel’s speed performance and/or increased bunker consumption nor for any time lost and any other consequences arising as a result of such supply.

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FUEL TESTING PROGRAMME

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.96(47) Guidelines for the Sampling of Fuel Oil for Determination of Compliance with Annex VI of MARPOL 73/78 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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BUNKER FUEL SULPHUR CONTENT CLAUSE FOR TIME CHARTER PARTIES 2005

(a) Without prejudice to anything else contained in this Charter Party, the Charterers shall supply fuels of such specifications and grades to permit the Vessel, at all times, to comply with the maximum sulphur content requirements of any emission control zone when the Vessel is ordered to trade within that zone.
The Charterers also warrant that any bunker suppliers, bunker craft operators and bunker surveyors used by the Charterers to supply such fuels shall comply with Regulations 14 and 18 of MARPOL Annex VI, including the Guidelines in respect of sampling and the provision of bunker delivery notes.
The Charterers shall indemnify, defend and hold harmless the Owners in respect of any loss, liability, delay, fines, costs or expenses arising or resulting from the Charterers’ failure to comply with this Sub-clause (a).

(b) Provided always that the Charterers have fulfilled their obligations in respect of the supply of fuels in accordance with Sub-clause (a), the Owners warrant that:

(i) the Vessel shall comply with Regulations 14 and 18 of MARPOL Annex VI and with the requirements of any emission control zone; and
(ii) the Vessel shall be able to consume fuels of the required sulphur content

when ordered by the Charterers to trade within any such zone.
Subject to having supplied the Vessel with fuels in accordance with Sub-clause (a), the Charterers shall not otherwise be liable for any loss, delay, fines, costs or expenses arising or resulting from the Vessel’s failure to comply with Regulations 14 and 18 of MARPOL Annex VI.
(c) For the purpose of this Clause, “emission control zone” shall mean zones as stipulated in MARPOL Annex VI and/or zones regulated by regional and/or national authorities such as, but not limited to, the EU and the US Environmental Protection Agency.

01.06.05
 

TYPES AND QUANTITIES OF BUNKERS ON REDELIVERY

Unless agreed otherwise, the Vessel shall be redelivered with the same types and about the same quantities of fuels as on delivery; however, the types and quantities of fuels on redelivery shall always be appropriate and sufficient to allow the Vessel to reach safely the nearest port at which fuels of the required types are available.

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