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Subject: Support for the today presentation

Please find hereafter

- the slide

- an example of consolidated amendment

- a structural markup of the document as an amendment.  The metadata are not completed.  Only the content is taken into account


Kind regards


Véronique Parisse

De : legaldocml@lists.oasis-open.org [legaldocml@lists.oasis-open.org] de la part de Monica Palmirani [monica.palmirani@unibo.it]
Date d'envoi : mercredi 17 octobre 2012 13:16
À : legaldocml@lists.oasis-open.org
Objet : [legaldocml] Groups - Event "LegalDocML - 17th Oct. TC meeting" added

Event Title: LegalDocML - 17th Oct. TC meeting

Date: Wednesday, 17 October 2012, 12:00pm to 01:00pm EDT

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Attached document:

* minutes of the previous TC meeting


1. Approval of the minutes of the previous TC meeting.
2. Presentation from Vèronique Parisse
3. Official Working Draft document D1 and D2: table of content, schedule and priorities
4. Other business
5. Adjournment

Owner: Mrs. Monica Palmirani
Group: OASIS LegalDocumentML (LegalDocML) TC
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Attachment: P7_AMA(2012)0038(057-057)_EN.doc
Description: P7_AMA(2012)0038(057-057)_EN.doc

Attachment: The consolidated amendment.ppt
Description: The consolidated amendment.ppt

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                  <p><docTitle>amending Council Directive 1999/32/EC as regards the sulphur content of marine fuels</docTitle></p>
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                     <p>Having regard to the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union, and in
                        particular Article 192(1) thereof, </p>
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                        <ins>After consulting the Committee of the Regions, </ins>
                  <citation id="cit6">
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                                 published in the Official Journal)</placeholder> and decision of
                              the Council of <placeholder>â?¦</placeholder></p>
                        </authorialNote>, </p>
                  <recital id="rec1">
                     <p>The environmental policy of the Union, as set out in the action programmes
                        on the environment, and in particular in the Sixth Environmental Action
                        Programme adopted by Decision No 1600/2002/EC of the European Parliament and
                        the Council , has as one of its objectives to achieve levels of air quality
                        that do not give rise to significant negative impacts on and risks to human
                        health and the environment. </p>
                  <recital id="rec1a">
                     <p><ins>Article 191(2) of the Treaty on the Functioning of the European Union (TFEU)
                        provides that Union policy on the environment is to aim at a high level of
                        protection, taking into account the diversity of situations in the various
                        regions of the Union. </ins></p>
                  <recital id="rec2">
                     <p>Council Directive 1999/32/EC of 26 April 1999 relating to a reduction in the
                        sulphur content of certain liquid fuels lays down the maximum permitted
                        sulphur content of heavy fuel oil, gas oil, marine gas oil and marine diesel
                        oil used in the Union. </p>
                  <recital id="rec3">
                     <p>Emissions from shipping due to the combustion of marine fuels with a high
                        sulphur content contribute to air pollution in the form of sulphur dioxide
                        and particulate matter, which harm human health and <ins>the environment and</ins>
                        contribute to <ins>acid deposition. Without the measures set out in this
                        Directive, emissions from shipping would soon have been higher than
                        emissions from all land-based sources.</ins> </p>
                  <recital id="rec3a">
                     <p><ins>Air pollution caused by ships at berth is a major concern for many harbour
                        cities when it comes to their efforts to meet the Unionâ??s air quality limit
                        values. </ins></p>
                  <recital id="rec3b">
                     <p><ins>Member States should encourage the use of shore-side electricity, as the
                        electricity for present-day ships is usually provided by auxiliary engines.</ins>
                  <recital id="rec4">
                     <p>Under Directive 1999/32/EC, the Commission is to report to the European
                        Parliament and the Council on the implementation of that Directive and may
                        submit with its report proposals for amending it, in particular as regards
                        the reduction of sulphur limits for marine fuel in SOx Emission Control
                        Areas (SECAs), in accordance with the work of the International Maritime
                        Organisation (IMO). </p>
                  <recital id="rec5">
                     <p>In 2008, the IMO adopted a resolution to amend Annex VI of the Protocol of
                        1997 to amend the International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution
                        from Ships, 1973, as modified by the Protocol of 1978 relating thereto
                        (MARPOL), containing regulations for the prevention of air pollution from
                        ships. The revised Annex VI to MARPOL entered into force on 1 July 2010.
                  <recital id="rec6">
                     <p>The revised Annex VI to MARPOL introduces, inter alia, stricter sulphur
                        limits for marine fuel in SECAs (1,00 % as of 1 July 2010 and 0,10 % as of 1
                        January 2015) as well as in sea areas outside SECAs (3,50 % as of 1 January
                        2012 and, in principle, 0,50 % as of 1 January 2020). Most Member States are
                        obliged, in accordance with their international commitments, to require
                        ships to use fuel with a maximum sulphur content of 1,00 % in SECAs as of 1
                        July 2010. In order to ensure coherence with international law as well as to
                        secure proper enforcement of new globally established sulphur standards in
                        the Union, Directive 1999/32/EC should be aligned with the revised Annex VI
                        to MARPOL. In order to ensure a minimum quality of fuel used by ships either
                        for fuel-based or technology-based compliance, marine fuel the sulphur
                        content of which exceeds the general standard of 3,50 % by mass should not
                        be allowed for useâ?? in the Union, except for fuels supplied to ships using
                        emission abatement methods operating in closed mode. </p>
                  <recital id="rec6a">
                     <p><ins>Amendments to Annex VI to MARPOL regarding SECAs are possible under IMO
                        procedures. In the event that further changes, including exemptions, are
                        introduced with regard to the application of SECA limits in Annex VI to
                        MARPOL, the Commission should consider any such changes and, where
                        appropriate, without delay make the necessary proposal in accordance with
                        the TFEU to fully align Directive 1999/32/EC with the IMO rules regarding
                        SECAs. </ins></p>
                  <recital id="rec6b">
                     <p><ins>The introduction of any new emission control areas should be subject to the
                        IMO process under Annex VI to MARPOL and should be underpinned by a
                        well-founded case based on environmental and economic grounds and supported
                        by scientific data. </ins></p>
                  <recital id="rec6c">
                     <p>In accordance with regulation 18 of the revised Annex VI to MARPOL, Member
                        States should endeavour to ensure the availability of marine fuels which
                        comply with this Directive. </p>
                  <recital id="rec6d">
                     <p>In view of the global dimension of environmental politics and shipping
                        emissions, ambitious emission standards should be set at a global level.
                  <recital id="rec7">
                     <p>Passenger ships operate mostly in ports or close to coastal areas and their
                        impacts on human health and the environment are significant. In order to
                        improve air quality around ports and coasts, those ships are required to use
                        marine fuel with a maximum sulphur content of 1,50 % until stricter sulphur
                        standards apply to all ships in territorial seas, exclusive economic zones
                        and pollution control zones of Member States. </p>
                  <recital id="rec7a">
                     <p>In accordance with Article 193 TFEU, this Directive should not prevent any
                        Member State from maintaining or introducing more stringent protective
                        measures in order to encourage early implementation with respect to the
                        maximum sulphur content of marine fuels, for instance using emission
                        abatement methods outside SECAs. </p>
                  <recital id="rec7b">
                     <p>In order to facilitate the transition to new engine technologies with the
                        potential for significant further emission reductions in the maritime
                        sector, the Commission should further explore opportunities to enable and
                        encourage the uptake of gas-powered engines in ships. </p>
                  <recital id="rec8">
                     <p>Proper enforcement of the obligations with regard to the sulphur content of
                        marine fuels is necessary in order to achieve the aims of Directive
                        1999/32/EC. The experience from the implementation of Directive 1999/32/EC
                        has shown that there is a need for a stronger monitoring and enforcement
                        regime in order to ensure the proper implementation of that Directive. To
                        that end, it is necessary that Member States ensure sufficiently frequent
                        and accurate sampling of marine fuel placed on the market or used on board
                        ship as well as regular verification of ships' log books and bunker delivery
                        notes. It is also necessary for Member States to establish a system of
                        effective, proportionate and dissuasive penalties for non-compliance with
                        the provisions of Directive 1999/32/EC. In order to ensure more transparency
                        of information, it is also appropriate to provide that the register of local
                        suppliers of marine fuel be made publicly available. </p>
                  <recital id="rec9">
                     <p>Reporting by Member States under Directive 1999/32/EC has proved
                        insufficient for the purpose of verification of compliance with that
                        Directive due to the lack of harmonised and sufficiently precise provisions
                        on the content and the format of the Member States' reports. Therefore, more
                        detailed indications as regards the content and the format of the report are
                        necessary to ensure more harmonised reporting. </p>
                  <recital id="rec10">
                     <p>Following the adoption of Directive 2010/75/EU of the European Parliament
                        and of the Council of 24 November 2010 on industrial emissions (integrated
                        pollution prevention and control) , which recasts the Union legislation on
                        industrial emissions, it is necessary to amend the provisions of Directive
                        1999/32/EC relating to maximum sulphur content of heavy fuel oil
                        accordingly. </p>
                  <recital id="rec11">
                     <p>Complying with the low sulphur limits for marine fuels, particularly in
                        SECAs, can result in a significant increase in the price of such fuels, at
                        least in the short term, and can have a negative effect on the
                        competitiveness of short sea shipping in comparison with other transport
                        modes, as well as on the competitiveness of the industries in the countries
                        bordering SECAs. Suitable solutions are necessary in order to reduce
                        compliance costs for the affected industries, such as allowing for
                        alternative, more cost-effective methods of compliance than fuel-based
                        compliance and providing support, where necessary. The Commission will,
                        based inter alia on reports from Member States, closely monitor the impacts
                        of the shipping sector's compliance with the new fuel quality standards,
                        particularly with respect to possible modal shift from sea to land-based
                        transport and will, if appropriate, propose proper measures to counteract
                        such a trend. </p>
                  <recital id="rec11a">
                     <p>Limiting modal shift from sea to land-based transport is important given
                        that an increasing share of goods being transported by road would in many
                        cases run counter to the Unionâ??s climate change objectives and increase
                        congestion. </p>
                  <recital id="rec11b">
                     <p>The costs of the new requirements to reduce sulphur dioxide emissions could
                        result in modal shift from sea to land-based transport and could have
                        negative effects on the competitiveness of the industries. The Commission
                        should make full use of instruments such as Marco Polo and the
                        trans-European transport network to provide targeted assistance so as to
                        minimise the risk of modal shift. Member States may consider it necessary to
                        provide support to operators affected by this Directive in accordance with
                        the applicable State aid rules. </p>
                  <recital id="rec11c">
                     <p>In accordance with existing guidelines on State aid for environmental
                        protection, and without prejudice to future changes thereto, Member States
                        may provide State aid in favour of operators affected by this Directive,
                        including aid for retrofitting operations of existing vessels, if such aid
                        measures are deemed to be compatible with the internal market in accordance
                        with Articles 107 and 108 TFEU, in particular in light of the applicable
                        guidelines on State aid for environmental protection. In this context, the
                        Commission may take into account that the use of some emission abatement
                        methods go beyond the requirements of this Directive by reducing not only
                        the sulphur dioxide emissions but also other emissions. </p>
                  <recital id="rec12">
                     <p>Access to emission abatement methods should be facilitated. Those methods
                        can provide emission reductions at least equivalent to, or even greater
                        than, those achievable using low sulphur fuel, provided that they have no
                        significant negative impacts on the environment, such as marine ecosystems,
                        and that they are developed subject to appropriate approval and control
                        mechanisms. <del/>The already known alternative methods, such as the use of
                        on-board exhaust gas cleaning systems, the mixture of fuel and liquefied
                        natural gas (LNG) or the use of biofuels should be recognised in the Union.
                        It is important to promote the testing and development of new emission
                        abatement methods in order, among other reasons, to limit modal shift from
                        sea to land-based transport. </p>
                  <recital id="rec12a">
                     <p>Emission abatement methods hold the potential for significant emission
                        reductions. The Commission should therefore promote the testing and
                        development of these technologies, inter alia by considering the
                        establishment of a co-financed joint programme with industry, based on
                        principles from similar programmes, such as the Clean Sky Programme. </p>
                  <recital id="rec12b">
                     <p>The Commission, in cooperation with Member States and stakeholders, should
                        further develop measures identified in the Commission's staff working paper
                        of 16 September 2011 entitled 'Pollutant emission reduction from maritime
                        transport and the sustainable waterborne transport toolbox'. </p>
                  <recital id="rec12c">
                     <p>Alternative emission abatement methods such as some types of scrubbers could
                        generate waste that should be handled properly and not be discharged into
                        the sea. Pending the revision of Directive 2000/59/EC of the European
                        Parliament and of the Council of 27 November 2000 on port reception
                        facilities for ship-generated waste and cargo residues , Member States
                        should ensure, in accordance with their international commitments, the
                        availability of port reception facilities adequate to meet the needs of
                        ships using exhaust gas cleaning systems. In the revision of Directive
                        2000/59/EC, the Commission should consider the inclusion of waste from
                        exhaust gas cleaning systems under the principle of no special fee applying
                        to port fees for ship-generated waste provided for in that Directive. </p>
                  <recital id="rec12d">
                     <p>The Commission should, as part of its air quality policy review in 2013,
                        consider the possibility of reducing air pollution, including in the
                        territorial seas of Member States. </p>
                  <recital id="rec12e">
                     <p>Effective, proportionate and dissuasive penalties are important for the
                        implementation of Directive 1999/32/EC. Member States should include in
                        those penalties fines calculated in such a way as to ensure that the fines
                        at least deprive those responsible of the economic benefits derived from
                        their infringement and that those fines gradually increase for repeated
                        infringements. Member States should notify the provisions on penalties to
                        the Commission. </p>
                  <recital id="rec13">
                     <p>The power to adopt acts in accordance with Article 290 TFEU should be
                        delegated to the Commission in respect of the amendment of the equivalent
                        emission values for and the criteria for the use of emission abatement
                        methods in order to adapt the provisions of Directive 1999/32/EC to
                        scientific and technical progress and in such a way as to ensure strict
                        consistency with the relevant instruments of the IMO and in respect of the
                        amendment of points 1, 2, 3, 3a, 3b and 4 of Article 2, point (b) of Article
                        6(1a) and Article 6(2) of Directive 1999/32/EC in order to adapt the
                        provisions of that Directive to scientific and technical progress. It is of
                        particular importance that the Commission carry out appropriate
                        consultations during its preparatory work, including at expert level. The
                        Commission, when preparing and drawing up delegated acts, should ensure a
                        simultaneous, timely and appropriate transmission of relevant documents to
                        the European Parliament and to the Council. </p>
                  <recital id="rec13a">
                     <p>In order to ensure uniform conditions for the implementation of Directive
                        1999/32/EC, implementing powers should be conferred on the Commission. Those
                        powers should be exercised in accordance with Regulation (EU) No 182/2011 of
                        the European Parliament and of the Council of 16 February 2011 laying down
                        the rules and general principles concerning mechanisms for control by Member
                        States of the Commission's exercise of implementing powers . </p>
                  <recital id="rec14">
                     <p>It is appropriate for the Committee on Safe Seas and the Prevention of
                        Pollution from Ships established by Regulation (EC) No 2099/2002 of the
                        European Parliament and of the Council of 5 November 2002 establishing a
                        Committee on Safe Seas and the Prevention of Pollution from Ships (COSS) to
                        assist the Commission in the approval of the emission abatement methods
                        which are not covered by Council Directive 96/98/EC of 20 December 1996 on
                        marine equipment . </p>
                  <recital id="rec14a">
                     <p>In accordance with the Joint Political Declaration of Member States and the
                        Commission on explanatory documents of 28 September 2011 , Member States
                        have undertaken to accompany, in justified cases, the notification of their
                        transposition measures with one or more documents explaining the
                        relationship between the components of a directive and the corresponding
                        parts of national transposition instruments. With regard to this Directive,
                        the legislator considers the transmission of such documents to be justified.
                  <recital id="rec14b">
                     <p>Directive 1999/32/EC should therefore be amended accordingly, </p>
               <formula><p>HAVE ADOPTED THIS DIRECTIVE</p></formula>
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                    <intro><p>Directive 1999/32/EC is amended as follows:</p></intro>
                    <point id="art1-pnt1"><num>(1)</num>
                           <p><mod id="art1-pnt1-mod1">In Article 1(2), point (h) is replaced by the following:
                              '<quotedStructure id="art1-pnt1-qst1"><point id="art1-pnt1-qst1-pnt1"><num>(h)</num><content><p><ins>without prejudice to Article 3a,</ins> fuels used on board vessels employing emission abatement methods in accordance with Articles 4c and 4e.</p></content></point></quotedStructure>'.</mod>
                    <point id="art1-pnt2"><num>(2)</num>
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                          <intro><p>Article 2 is amended as follows:</p></intro>
                          <point id="art1-pnt2-pnt-a-"><num><ins>(-a)</ins></num>
                                <p><mod id="art1-pnt2-pnt-a-mod1"><ins>points 1 and 2 are replaced by the following:</ins>
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                                      <point id="art1-pnt2-pnt-a-mod1-qst1-pnt1"><num><ins>(1)</ins></num>
                                         <list id="art1-pnt2-pnt-a-mod1-qst1-pnt1-lst1">
                                            <intro><p><ins>heavy fuel oil means:</ins></p></intro>
                                            <indent id="art1-pnt2-pnt-a-mod1-qst1-pnt1-ind1"><num><ins>â??</ins></num>
                                               <content><p><ins>any petroleum-derived liquid fuel, excluding marine fuel, falling within CN code 2710 19 51 to 2710 19 68, 2710 20 31, 2710 20 35, 2710 20 39, or</ins></p></content>
                                            <indent id="art1-pnt2-pnt-a-mod1-qst1-pnt1-ind2"><num><ins>â??</ins></num>
                                               <content><p><ins>any petroleum-derived liquid fuel, other than gas oil as defined in points 2 and 3, which, by reason of its distillation limits, falls within the category of heavy oils intended for use as fuel and of which less than 65 % by volume (including losses) distils at 250 oC by the ASTM D86 method. If the distillation cannot be determined by the ASTM D86 method, the petroleum product is likewise categorised as a heavy fuel oil;</ins></p></content>
                                      <point id="art1-pnt2-pnt-a-mod1-qst1-pnt2"><num><ins>(2)</ins></num>
                                         <list id="art1-pnt2-pnt-a-mod1-qst1-pnt2-lst1">
                                            <intro><p><ins>gas oil means:</ins></p></intro>
                                            <indent id="art1-pnt2-pnt-a-mod1-qst1-pnt2-ind1"><num><ins>â??</ins></num>
                                               <content><p><ins>any petroleum-derived liquid fuel, excluding marine fuel, falling within CN code 2710 19 25, 2710 19 29, 2710 19 47, 2710 19 48, 2710 20 17 or 2710 20 19, or</ins></p></content>
                                            <indent id="art1-pnt2-pnt-a-mod1-qst1-pnt2-ind2"><num><ins>â??</ins></num>
                                               <content><p><ins>any petroleum-derived liquid fuel, excluding marine fuel, of which less than 65 % by volume (including losses) distils at 250 oC and of which at least 85 % by volume (including losses) distils at 350 oC by the ASTM D86 method.</ins></p></content>
                                         <subparagraph id="art1-pnt2-pnt-a-mod1-qst1-pnt2-spg1">
                                               <p><ins>Diesel fuels as defined in point 2 of Article 2 of Directive 98/70/EC of the European Parliament and of the Council of 13 October 1998 relating to the quality of petrol and diesel fuels<authorialNote id="aut3" marker="*" placement="bottom"><p>OJ L 350, 28.12.1998, p. 58.';</p></authorialNote> are excluded from this definition. Fuels used in non-road mobile machinery and agricultural tractors are also excluded from this definition;</ins></p>
                          <point id="art1-pnt2-pnta"><num>(a)</num>
                             <content><p><mod id="art1-pnt2-pnta-mod1">points 3a and 3b are replaced by the following:
                                <quotedStructure id="art1-pnt2-pnta-mod1-qst1">
                                   <point id="art1-pnt2-pnta-mod1-qst1-pnt3a"><num>(3a)</num>
                                   <content><p><i>marine diesel</i> oil means any marine fuel as defined for DMB grade in Table I of ISO 8217 with the exception of the reference to the sulphur content;</p></content>
                                   <point id="art1-pnt2-pnta-mod1-qst1-pnt3b"><num>(3b)</num>
                                   <content><p><i>marine gas oil</i> means any marine fuel as defined for DMX, DMA and DMZ grades in Table I of ISO 8217 with the exception of the reference to the sulphur content;';</p></content>

               <article id="art2"><num>Article 2</num><heading>Transposition</heading>
                  <paragraph id="art2-par1"><num>1.</num>
                     <subparagraph id="art2-par1-spr1">
                           <p>Member States shall bring into force the laws, regulations and administrative provisions necessary to comply with this Directive by ... *. They shall forthwith communicate to the Commission the text of those provisions â??.
                     <subparagraph id="art2-par1-spr2"><content><p>When Member States adopt those provisions, they shall contain a reference to this Directive or be accompanied by such a reference on the occasion of their official publication. The methods of making such reference shall be laid down by Member States.




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