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Unutilized Third-Country Quota for Cod and Haddock Returned

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Tuesday, March 05, 2024, 07:00 (GMT + 9)

The Ministry of Trade and Fisheries has decided to return unused third country quotas in NØS to the national quotas of cod and haddock north of 62°N.

The quantity amounts to 843 tonnes of cod and 1,568 tonnes of haddock, and is redistributed according to the current distribution. This means a small increase in the vessels' guaranteed quotas, and the addition is included in the transfer base for quota transfers at vessel level from 2024 to 2025.

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2,000 tonnes of cod have previously been returned, which is divided between 1,000 tonnes for vessels in the open group and 1,000 tonnes for vessels in the closed group with a legal length of less than 11 metres.

New total quotas will be 214,967 tonnes of cod, 219,041 tonnes adjusted for quota flexibility, and 72,173 tonnes of haddock, 75,624 tonnes adjusted for quota flexibility.

Established by the Directorate of Fisheries on 1 March 2024 based on regulation 20 December 2023 no. 2331 on regulation of fishing for cod, haddock and pollock north of 62° N in 2024.

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In regulation 20 December 2023 no. 2331 on the regulation of fishing for cod, haddock and pollock north of 62° N in 2024, the following changes are made:

Section 2 first paragraph shall read:

Notwithstanding the prohibition in Article 1, Norwegian vessels with access to participation may fish and land until:

  • 214,967 tonnes of cod in the area north of 62° N, with the exception of the fishing zone at Jan Mayen,
  • 72,173 tonnes of haddock in the area north of 62° N, with the exception of the fishing zone at Jan Mayen, and
  • 209,323 tonnes of pollock in Norway's territorial waters and Norway's economic zone north of 62° N.

Section 3 shall read:

Article 3. Group quotas for trawlers

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  • Vessels with a trawl permit can fish and land up to 62,439 tonnes of cod, 26,707 tonnes of haddock and 75,860 tonnes of pollock, of which 500 tonnes of pollock is set aside to cover bycatch in fishing for vessels with a pelagic trawl permit or North Sea trawl permit.
  • The amounts in the first paragraph are distributed as follows:
  • Vessels with a cod trawl permit can fish and land up to 61,689 tonnes of cod, 25,957 tonnes of haddock and 60,688 tonnes of pollock, and
  • Vessels with a seine trawl permit can fish and land up to 750 tonnes of cod, 750 tonnes of haddock and 14,672 tonnes of pollock.

Section 5 shall read:

Article 5. Group quotas for vessels fishing with conventional gear

Vessels with access to fishing with conventional gear can fish and land up to 134,682 tonnes of cod, 43,575 tonnes of haddock and 77,910 tonnes of pollock.

The amounts in the first paragraph are distributed as follows:

Source: Stockfile FIS

  • Conventional sea fishing vessels can fish and land up to 16,997 tonnes of cod, 7,843 tonnes of haddock and 8,570 tonnes of pollock, of which 500 tonnes of pollock are set aside for bycatch.
  • Vessels in a closed group can fish and land up to 103,651 tonnes of cod, 32,246 tonnes of haddock and 58,433 tonnes of pollock. Of the group quota of cod, 7,872 tonnes are set aside for the fresh fish scheme.
  • Vessels in an open group can fish and land up to 14,034 tonnes of cod, 3,486 tonnes of haddock and 10,907 tonnes of pollock. Of the group quota of cod, 960 tonnes are set aside for the fresh fish scheme.

Source: Fiskeridirektoratet 



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