LNG IWT Project Database

International Safety Guide for Inland Navigation Tank-barges and Terminals (ISGINTT)

Type of project

StudyRegulationGuideline/StandardPlatformFundingImplementation

Place in LNG chain

SupplyStorageDistributionLNG as CargoBunkeringLNG as Fuel

IWT Corridor

Belgian & Dutch Inland WaterwaysDanube & MainElbe & Northern German Inland WaterwaysPoRhineRhone & SaoneSeine & Northern FranceThamesOther Inland Waterway/Not definedMaritime (IWT-relevant)Wadden Sea

Project status

Completed

Duration

2006 2010

Number of ships

Port

Project partners

Central Commission for the Navigation of the Rhine (CCNR), Oil Companies International Marine Forum (OCIMF), Society of International Gas Tanker and Terminal Operators (SIGGTO)

Countries

  • International

Link

ISGINTT

Study to download

Technical data

Notes/comments

The purpose of ISGINTT is to improve safe transport of dangerous goods at the interface of inland tank barges with other vessels or shore facilities (terminals). The intention is not to replace or to amend current legal requirements, but to provide additional recommendations. ISGINTT is the result of best practices as recommended by the participating industry associations. The safety guide is compatible with international maritime guidance for sea going vessels (e.g. “International Safety Guide for Oil Tankers and Terminals (ISGOTT)”, “Liquefied Gas Handling Principles on Ships and in Terminals”).

The project was initiated in January 2006 by the CCNR, the Central Commission for Navigation on the Rhine, and OCIMF, the Oil Companies International Marine Forum, and has involved all industry associations concerned with the transport of dangerous goods on European inland waterways. In 2007 SIGTTO, the Society of International Gas Tanker and Terminal Operators joined the project.

The implementation of the safety guide is recommended by the participating industry organisations with the necessary political support by the CCNR. In order to ensure wide-spread use the guide has been published also in the working languages of the CCNR, i.e. Dutch, French and German.

Last modified: February 9, 2016