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Policy Letters / NVIC:

USCG NVIC - No. 01-2011 Guidance to Waterfront LNG Facilities

Source: US Coast Guard Page Count: 62 Date: January 2011 Summary: USCG Navigation & Vessel Inspection Circular (NVIC) No. 01-2011 (http://) This NVIC provides guidance to an owner or operator seeking approval ..READ MORE >

USCG Policy Letter - Design Standards for US Barges Intending to Carry Liquefied Natural Gas in Bulk

U.S. Coast Guard CG-ENG Policy Letter No. 02-15 Subject: DESIGN STANDARDS FOR U.S. BARGES INTENDING TO CARRY LIQUIFIED NATURAL GAS IN BULK. Content: This letter provides design detail guidance and best practice recommendations concern..READ MORE >

USCG Policy Letter - Equivalency Determination: Design Criteria for Natural Gas Fuel Systems

Subject: Guidelines for Liquefied Natural Gas Fuel Transfer Operations and Training of Personnel on Vessels Using Natural Gas as Fuel. Author: United States Coast Guard Total Pages: 17 Summary: CG-521 Policy Letter No. 01..READ MORE >

USCG Policy Letter - Guidelines for Liquefied Natural Gas Fuel Transfer Operations and Training of Personnel on Vessels Using Natural Gas as Fuel

U.S. Coast Guard CG-OES Policy Letter No. 01-15 Subject: GUIDELINES FOR LIQUEFIED NATURAL GAS FUEL TRANSFER OPERATIONS AND TRAINING OF PERSONNEL ON VESSELS USING NATURAL GAS AS FUEL. Content: This letter provides guidance to Coast Guard C..READ MORE >


Regulations:

USCG - Code of Regulations 127 - Waterfront Facilties Handling Liquefied Natural Gas and Liquefied Hazardous Gas

Waterfront Facilities Handling Liquefied Natural Gas and Liquefied Hazardous Gas Author: United States Coast Guard Page Count: 25 Summary: These regulations apply to the Marine Transfer Area (MTA) for LN..READ MORE >

USCG - Title 46, Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Part 150

Subchapter O - Certain Bulk Dangerous Cargoes Source: United States Coast Guard Total Pages: 243 Summary: These regulations prescribe rules for identifying incompatible hazardous materials and rules for carrying these ma..READ MORE >

USCG - Title 46, Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Part 153

Ships Carrying Bulk Liquid, Liquefied Gas, or Compressed Gas Hazardous Material Source: US Coast Guard Page Count: 153 Summary: These regulations prescribe rules, with some exceptions, for certain self-propelled U.S. an..READ MORE >

USCG - Title 46, Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Part 154

Safety Standards for Self-Propelled Vessels Carrying Bulk Liquefied Gases Source: United States Coast Guard Total Pages: 63 Summary: These regulations prescribe safety standards for new and existing self-propelled gas ve..READ MORE >

USCG - Title 46, Code of Federal Regulations (CFR), Subchapter D

Subject: Tank Vessels Source: United States Coast Guard Page Count: 166 Summary: These regulations prescribe rules for tank vessels as intended by various statutes administered by the U.S. Coast Guard, provide for..READ MORE >



Other Documents:

     

USCG - Frequently Asked Questions: North American Emission Control Area (ECA) U.S. Coast Guard Office of Commercial Vessel Compliance

Date: Originally published 8/30/2012; Revised 12/3/2014 Total Pages: 12 From the Document: The USCG and EPA have compiled this consolidated list of FAQs and associated responses from queries received si..READ MORE >

USCG Presentation - Regulation of Vessels and Infrastructure to Support LNG Fueling Operations in the US

Regulation of Vessels and Infrastructure to Support LNG Fueling Operations in the US Author: United States Coast Guard Page Count: 13 Date: January 2014 Summary: This presentation explains an increasing interes..READ MORE >

     

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