Enrollment Information

Whether you are a Nontank or Tank vessel, the Network can provide unsurpassed monitoring to protect your crew, your cargo and Alaska’s coastline. Our fleet pricing gives a significant discount to all of your vessels sailing through Alaskan waters. With the largest geographic area covered, most Alaskan response hubs, most in theater equipment, and the only APC with an R&D division, you are sure to guard your investment and reputation.

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Loyalty Program

The Board of Directors is pleased to announce the new Loyalty Program. Beginning in 2018, members will receive loyalty discounts based on the number of invoiced vessels who remain with the Network. Each year, members will continue to see these discounts on their vessels; our way of thanking our loyal members as we work to ensure the best price in balance with the most capable resources in meeting U.S. federal vessel response plan regulations for vessel owners and operators operating in the Western Alaska region.

The Board of Directors is also reviewing lowering the overall rates, in addition to the Loyalty Program, upon a review of the annual financial projections of the Network.

Updated Fee Structure For Vessel Planholders Enrolled with a Different APC Provider Requiring Network Coverage

For vessel planholders that require the Vessel Response Plan (VRP) compliance services of the Network but are enrolled in a different APC program with limited coverage and capabilities, there will be a separate vessel fee structure.

This fee category only applies to vessel planholders enrolled with a different APC Provider who require Network services. All current and future exclusive Network APC Participants will continue to enjoy the lowest APC vessel fees available.

Participants of the Network’s APC program enjoy superior risk mitigation measures and have access to the most in-region response resources based on a rate structure shared by all Network participants.  Due to the strong economies of scale of Network participants, the Network can sustain and continually enhance its robust programs to support operators.  Allowing other APC provider vessels to, on occasion, enjoy Network’s existing rate would unfairly burden Network participants, effectively providing a subsidy to lesser capable APC provider nontank operators. This is particularly true in operating in those areas with lower traffic and more prevention and response complexities.

The rates as adopted below will be reviewed by the Board of Directors annually to further evaluate how best to serve the needs of these operators while protecting the interest of Network participants and their valued investment in the Network’s APC programs.For more information please contact enrollment@ak-mprn.org

Lloyd's List Winner North America 2016

Lloyd's List Winner North America 2016

The Network is an innovative winner in the 2016 Lloyd’s List Maritime Services Award for its work monitoring and providing enhanced oil spill response capability for seagoing vessels in Western Alaskan waters.

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