International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution of the Sea by Oil (OILPOL)
Convention internationale pour la prévention de la pollution des eaux de la mer par les hydrocarbures
Convenio internacional para prevenir la contaminación de las aguas del mar por hidrocarburos
12 May 1954, London (UK), with annexes. Amendments adopted: 11 Apr 1962, in force 18 May/28 June 1967; 21 Oct 1969, in force 20 Jan 1978; 12 Oct 1971 (Great Barrier Reef), never entered into force; 15 Oct 1971 (Tanks), never entered into force. Superseded by International Convention for the Prevention of Pollution from Ships (MARPOL).Available with paid subscription only.
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