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BPAC 2011 The Norwegian Coastal Administration Copenhagen 2011, Pilot Jan Magne Fosse

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Page 1: BPAC 2011 The Norwegian Coastal Administration Copenhagen 2011, Pilot Jan Magne Fosse

BPAC 2011

The Norwegian Coastal Administration

Copenhagen 2011, Pilot Jan Magne Fosse

Page 2: BPAC 2011 The Norwegian Coastal Administration Copenhagen 2011, Pilot Jan Magne Fosse

Key figures for the Norwegian pilotage service

2010

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• Pilots 272 operating from 25 pilot stations

• 15 pilot apprentices

• There are 3 female pilots in Norway , one recruited in 2006 one in 2007, and one in 2009

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• 44 708 pilotage operations in 2010

• 6% higher then 2009

• 97% of the bookings via SafeSeaNet

• In average each pilot performed 164 pilotage missions in 2010

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• Annual turnover in 2010: 84.000.000 €

• 10,4% higher then 2009

• 2800 valid PECs, 66 less then in 2009

• Norway do not have any deep-sea pilotage service

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Pec’s

02.0004.0006.0008.000

10.00012.00014.00016.000

Antall seilas med farledsbevis

2010 2009

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Rocknes

• The Norwegian State has been cleared of liability

• The previous award of kroner 23 million (3 million euro) in compensation for incomplete sea charts has been overturned by Borgating district court.

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Rocknes

• Blamed navigational errors in strong currents and poor visibility for the accident

• The charts had no significance in the sinking.• The vessel had not been properly loaded and

the cargo and ballast proportionswere not as they should have been to achieve the required stability

• If the stability had been correct the vessel would have still grounded but not capsized

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• Vessel over 70m (20 m beam)

• Vessel over 50 m carrying dangerous goods.

• Passenger vessel over 24 m except local ferries and passenger vessels

New regulations

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Pec’s

• For ships up to 150 m

• Can not be used when carrying some kinds of dangerous goods.

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To apply for a Pec

• 1 year as navigator on the Norwegian cost, or

• Taken part in a special training course (apprentice contract), or

• Made 12 trips last 12 months, at least 6 each way, and two of them by night.

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Examination

• One theoretical part• One practical part• Examination by a

pilot. • acceptance by the

coastal Administration after recommendation from the pilot.

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North Atlantic Information Management Centre

• Opening the 9. of November in Haugesund

• Monitoring and exchange information about vessels in the North Atlantic and the Barents sea.

• EMSA have all ready established Equivalent centre for the North sea, Baltic, and Mediterranean.

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AisSat-1

• Norwegian satellite lunched from India in July 2010.

• Polar orbit 635 km height

• Kongsberg Satellite Services - Svalbard

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Management plan for the North Sea and Skagerrak by 2013.

• Environment consequences from;– Oil related industry (The Norwegian Petroleum

Directorate)– Offshore based renewable energy (Norwegian

Water Resources and Energy Directorate)– Fishing (Directorate of Fisheries)– Shipping (Norwegian Coastal Administration)– Land and coastal activity (Climate and Pollution

Agency)– Climate changes from pollution of the sea.

(Climate and Pollution Agency)

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