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Marine Policy & Regulatory Affairs

Our aim

IMCA is active globally, regionally and nationally in representing our Members to governments and regulatory bodies. We lobby for sensible, workable and effective regulations.

Our activities

An important part of IMCA’s work is representation on a number of joint government-industry committees and other relevant bodies. We also work collaboratively with other trade associations in areas of common interest.

IMCA holds non-governmental observer status at the International Maritime Organization (IMO). We frequently attend IMO meetings to keep abreast of the latest developments and provide input based on Members’ combined experience and expertise.

IMCA Contact

Margaret Fitzgerald
Head of Marine Policy & Regulatory Affairs
Contact

Committee Members

Name Company Role
Peter McCombie TechnipFMC Committee Chairman
Dennis Janssen Allseas Group SA Committee Vice-chairman
Eugène van Dodeweerd Boskalis Offshore Committee Member
Gerd Van De Merlen DEME Offshore BE Committee Member
Edmund Greiner Fugro Committee Member
Remko Kloos Fugro Committee Member
Joost Rotgans Heerema Marine Contractors Committee Member
Peter De Bue Heerema Marine Contractors Committee Member
Bert Devos Jan De Nul nv Committee Member
Stuart Ross Jan De Nul nv Committee Member
Angelo Tossio Maersk Supply Service A/S Committee Member
Evan McLaughlin McDermott International Inc. Committee Member
Paul Bayliss P&O Maritime Logistics Committee Member
Aurelien Verrier Saipem Committee Member
Maarten Heitling Saipem Committee Member
Saverio La Forgia Saipem Committee Member
Gary Ritchie Subsea 7 Committee Member
Liesbeth den Haan Van Oord Dredging and Marine Contractors B.V. Committee Member
Linda Behage Van Oord Dredging and Marine Contractors B.V. Committee Member
Margaret Fitzgerald IMCA IMCA Secretariat Lead

Fuel Consumption Data Collection

Call to Action for Marine Members!

IMCA is collecting fuel consumption data from its members, to enable us to effectively lobby IMO Member States for a carbon intensity indicator (CII) which works for the offshore sector. The current CII being used by IMO is based on cargo ships which is not a suitable metric for assessing the carbon intensity of the offshore sector.

Support IMCA’s submission by submitting your fuel consumption data through a process managed by the Marine Policy & Regulatory Affairs Committee.

There are two periods you can submit data for – 2019 and 2020. Download the forms below and email them to us: [email protected].

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