33 CFR Part 157 - PART 157—RULES FOR THE PROTECTION OF THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT RELATING TO TANK VESSELS CARRYING OIL IN BULK
- Subpart A—General (§§ 157.01 - 157.07)
- Subpart B—Design, Equipment, and Installation (§§ 157.08 - 157.24a)
- Subpart C—Vessel Operation (§§ 157.25 - 157.49)
- Subpart D—Crude Oil Washing (COW) System on Tank Vessels (§§ 157.100 - 157.172)
- Subpart E—Dedicated Clean Ballast Tanks on Tank Vessels (§§ 157.200 - 157.228)
- Subpart F—Exemption From § 157.10a or § 157.10c (§§ 157.300 - 157.310)
- Subpart G—Interim Measures for Certain Tank Vessels Without Double Hulls Carrying Petroleum Oils (§§ 157.400 - 157.460)
- Subpart H—Interim Measures for Certain Tank Vessels Without Double Hulls Carrying Animal Fat or Vegetable Oil (§§ 157.500 - 157.510)
- Subpart I—Interim Measures for Certain Tank Vessels Without Double Hulls Carrying Other Non-Petroleum Oil (§§ 157.600 - 157.610)
- SUBPART (§§ - )
- Appendix A to Part 157—Damage Assumptions, Hypothetical Outflows, and Cargo Tank Size and Arrangements
- Appendix B to Part 157—Subdivision and Stability Assumptions
- Appendix C to Part 157—Procedure for Determining Distribution of Segregated Ballast Tanks To Provide Protection Against Oil Outflow in the Event of Grounding, Ramming, or Collision
- Appendix D to Part 157—Example of a Procedure for Dedicated Clean Ballast Tanks Operations
- Appendix E to Part 157—Specifications for the Design, Installation and Operation of a Part Flow System for Control of Overboard Discharges
- Appendix F to Part 157 [Reserved]
- Appendix G to Part 157—Timetables for Application of Double Hull Requirements
CGD 74–32, 40 FR 48283, Oct. 14, 1975, unless otherwise noted.
Nomenclature changes to part 157 appear by USCG–2008–0179, 73 FR 35015, June 19, 2008.
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