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AMSA MO 2019/5 Orders/Marine as made
This instrument amends the Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2013, Marine Order 12 (Construction — subdivision and stability, machinery and electrical installations) 2016, Marine Order 15 (Construction — fire protection, fire detection and fire extinction) 2014, and Marine Order 97 (Marine pollution prevention — air pollution) 2013 to make changes consequential on the enactment of Marine Order 47 (Offshore industry units) 2019.
Administered by: Infrastructure, Transport, Cities and Regional Development
Registered 16 Oct 2019
Tabling HistoryDate
Tabled HR17-Oct-2019
Tabled Senate11-Nov-2019
Date of repeal 11 Feb 2020
Repealed by Division 1 of Part 3 of Chapter 3 of the Legislation Act 2003

AMSA MO 2019/5

Marine Orders Amendment (Marine Order 47 — consequential changes) Order 2019

I, Brad Groves, Acting Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Maritime Safety Authority, make this Marine Order under subsection 342(1) of the Navigation Act 2012.

4 October 2019

Brad Groves
Acting Chief Executive Officer

 


1          Name of Marine Order

                 This Marine Order is Marine Orders Amendment (Marine Order 47 — consequential changes) Order 2019.

2          Commencement

                 This Marine Order commences immediately after the commencement of Marine Order 47 (Offshore industry units) 2019.

3          Amendment of Marine Orders

                 Each Marine Order mentioned in Schedule 1 to this Marine Order is amended in accordance with the Schedule.

 


Schedule 1

Division 1       Marine Order 1 (Administration) 2013

[1]       Section 6, definitions of natural resources, offshore industry mobile unit and structure

omit

Division 2       Marine Order 12 (Construction — subdivision and stability, machinery and electrical installations) 2016

[2]       Subsection 9(2)

omit

Marine Order 47 (Mobile offshore drilling units) 2012

insert

Marine Order 47 (Offshore industry units) 2019

Division 3       Marine Order 15 (Construction — fire protection, fire detection and fire extinction) 2014

[3]       Subsection 11(2)

omit

Marine Order 47 (Mobile offshore drilling units) 2012

insert

Marine Order 47 (Offshore industry units) 2019

Division 4       Marine Order 97 (Marine pollution prevention — air pollution) 2013

[4]       Section 6, definition of FPSO

substitute

FPSO means a vessel that is:

(a)   constructed or modified to accept petroleum, directly or indirectly, from a sub-sea well or pipeline; or

(b)   capable of storing the petroleum and delivering it to another vessel or pipeline; or

(c)   capable of modifying the petroleum while in storage on the vessel to suit it for transport or to fit it for the commercial requirements of the consignees; or

(d)   designed to be disconnected from its mooring during bad weather, operational emergencies, or for the purposes of maintenance or survey,

but does not include a facility that is designed to remain permanently moored for the production life of the related oil field.

[5]       Section 6, definition of FSU

substitute

FSU means a vessel that is:

(a)   constructed or modified to accept petroleum, directly or indirectly, from a sub-sea well or pipeline; or

(b)   capable of storing the petroleum and delivering it to another vessel or pipeline, but which is not capable of modifying the petroleum while in storage on the vessel; or

(c)   designed to be disconnected from its mooring during bad weather, operational emergencies, or for the purposes of maintenance or survey,

but does not include a facility that is designed to remain permanently moored for the production life of the related oil field.

[6]       Section 6, definition of MODU

omit

Marine Order 47 (Mobile offshore drilling units) 2012

insert

Marine Order 47 (Offshore industry units) 2019


Note

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