eCMID iconIMCA publishes report on offshore construction vessel capacity in the US Gulf of Mexico

Following the bulletin published by US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) on 17 January proposing to revoke or modify a series of rulings relating to offshore activities and the Jones Act, IMCA has completed an analysis of fleet capacity in the US Gulf of Mexico (GoM) should the revocations go ahead. The report, Marine Construction … Continue reading “IMCA publishes report on offshore construction vessel capacity in the US Gulf of Mexico”

eCMID iconNew IMCA website launched

We’ve launched a new IMCA website, which aims to be clearer and to make it easier to find publications, other member documents and ways to get involved. We’re keen for all feedback to further improve our online presence.

eCMID iconChange in concept of operation of IMCA’s CMID system

To say that there is a burden of over-auditing on the International Marine Contractors Association’s (IMCA) vessel operators is without doubt. In an effort to reduce this burden IMCA intends to improve the integrity and quality of their Common Marine Inspection Document system (CMID) by adopting a greater degree of oversight of the system. This … Continue reading “Change in concept of operation of IMCA’s CMID system”