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					Weekly Marine Briefing
                   Marine Analytical Unit, Marine Scotland                                                                                                                            12 September 2012
Headline Fact: Atlantic salmon production at 158,018 tonnes in 2011 was at its highest since 2004.

Scottish Fish Farm Production Survey 2011                                                              Prices for the three main white fish species
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The results from the Scottish Fish Farm Production Survey                                                                           6,000
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Atlantic salmon production was at its highest level since




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Production of Atlantic salmon increased by 3,854 tonnes                                                                             2,000


(2.5%) on the 2010 level. Atlantic salmon production for                                                                            1,000


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trout from 53 to 61 tonnes.                                                                                                                                                         Cod         Haddock         Monkfish



The farmgate value of Scottish farmed salmon was £584.7                                                In the most recent week (the week commencing 13
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million in 2011 – a year-on-year increase of 5.6%.                                                     August), the price for cod at £2,327 per tonne is strong at
                                                                                                       five per cent above the average price for the previous year.
                       Total                      Number of
                                                                         Mean Productivity             In contrast the price for Monkfish at £3,009 per tonne is 13
                       Production                 staff
                                                                         (tonnes/person)               per cent below the average price for the 2011, although this
                       (tonnes)                   employed
                                                                                                       current price is a one per cent improvement on the previous
Atlantic
                                                                                                       week. Haddock prices are also low at £876 per tonne, 30 per
Salmon                       158,018                    1,013                          156.0
                                                                                                       cent below the average price for the previous year.
Rainbow
trout                          4,619                       118                          39.1
                                                                                                       Hake prices currently achieve prices 11 per cent above the
More information can be found at;                                                                      average 2011 price, although current prices for the other
http://www.scotland.gov.uk/topics/marine/fish-                                                         key white fish (megrims, saithe and whiting) are below the
shellfish/FHI/surveys                                                                                  average 2011 price.

                                                                                                       Effort uptake for the three main whitefish species
Quota uptake for the three main whitefish species
                                                                                                                                  1,600                West of Scotland Whitefish Effort
          25,000
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          20,000                                                                                                                  1,200
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          15,000                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Control target
                                                                               Whitefish
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                            NS Cod                   NS Haddock                      NS Monks

                                            Quota Uptake    Remaining Quota
                                                                                                       Currently, uptake of West of Scotland whitefish (TR1) effort
                                                                                                       inside the French line is at 64 per cent of the control total.
The 2012 uptake of North Sea cod by vessels in Scottish Fish                                           Unless there is a marked change in fishing patterns as
Producer Organisations is at 78 per cent, five percentage                                              encouraged in terms of voyages undertaken exclusively
points higher than uptake at this time in the previous quota                                           south of 59 degrees latitude (the French Line), the TR1
year. Uptake of North Sea haddock is currently at 65 per                                               control total for inside the French line will be breached.
cent similar to the 63 per cent uptake at this time in the
2011 quota year. At 47 per cent, the 2012 uptake of North                                              At the current rates of uptake exhaustion of the control
Sea monkfish quota is down 18 percentage points from 65                                                total is projected for October or early November. At the
per cent uptake at this time in 2011 quota uptake year,                                                point of exhaustion, however, vessels will continue to be
while North Sea whiting and North Sea megrim uptake are                                                permitted to fish outside the French line and, we would
down six and seven percentage points, respectively,                                                    propose, in voyages that take place exclusively south of the
compared to uptake at this time in the 2011 quota year.                                                59 degrees latitude.
   Weekly Marine Briefing
               Marine Analytical Unit, Marine Scotland                                                                      12 September 2012

Annex

Price of key fish landed by Scottish fishing vessels into Scotland

                                  Price (£) per                                         % change                        % change                  % change
                                  tonne for                % change                     compared to                     compared to               compared to
                                  most recent              compared to                  average price for               average price for         average price for
Species                           week                     previous week                July 2012                       2011                      2007 - 11
Cod                                         2,327                    -2.7%                           1.6%                            5.6%                    14.9%
Haddock                                       876                    -4.5%                        -20.9%                          -30.0%                    -23.8%
Megrims                                     2,159                    -5.9%                        -15.7%                          -34.1%                    -21.0%
Monkfish                                    3,009                     1.2%                           7.0%                         -13.2%                      -0.8%
Saithe                                      1,018                    -5.3%                        -10.4%                            -2.4%                    35.2%
Hake                                        2,139                    -6.3%                          -5.0%                          11.7%                     21.8%
Whiting                                       942                   -10.2%                        -14.2%                          -23.5%                    -11.2%
Herring                                       401                    36.2%                        -25.9%                          -20.9%                     39.0%
Mackerel                                    1,532                    39.7%                         26.0%                           35.0%                     82.8%
Lobster                                     8,092                     2.3%                          -3.4%                         -24.1%                    -21.6%
Edible Crab                                 1,093                     3.4%                          -1.0%                           -6.0%                     -4.4%
Scallops                                    1,853                     1.2%                          -2.1%                           -5.3%                      1.7%
Nephrops Tails                              1,897                     4.4%                          -5.0%                          10.9%                     36.1%
Nephrops Whole                              5,236                     4.1%                         12.5%                            -0.1%                    16.5%
  The data in this table is management information taken from Marine Scotland’s sea fisheries database (FIN). FIN is updated frequently and represents the most up-
  to-date landings data. Due to delays in notification of landings the data held on FIN may be incomplete for the most recent weeks at the time of data extraction. The
  most recent week is taken as the week commencing 13 August 2012.



Crude oil prices

Most recent crude oil price               % change compared to                           % change compared to 27                     % change compared to 26
(£ per barrel)                            previous week                                  Jul 2012                                    Aug 2011
                     72.46                                                -2.7%                               8.5%                                       6.7%
  The data in this table represents the weekly spot price for Brent-Europe crude oil taken from the US energy information administration webpage;
  http://www.eia.gov/dnav/pet/pet_pri_spt_s1_d.htm. The most recent crude oil price is taken as at 31 Aug 2012.



Scottish fishing 2012-13 effort uptake - data up to mid July 2012

                                                           Control totals                          Per cent uptake                        Predicted per cent
                                                            (kW days)                              of control totals                       uptake of control
                                                                                                    by end of June                       totals by end of year
Area/Gear                                           2011-12              2012-13                 2011-12      2012-13                           2012-13
North Sea TR1                                        10,324,379           9,814,934                   39%           39%                                  99-101%
North Sea TR2                                         7,972,107           8,694,132                   31%           20%                                    53-55%

West of Scotland TR1 (inside FL)                      2,629,359            1,050,000                   24%                64%                               135-140%
West of Scotland TR2                                  2,858,572            2,865,736                   42%                66%                               120-140%
Note: TR1 gears mainly target whitefish species and TR2 gears mainly target Nephrops.
The data in this table is taken from Marine Scotland’s effort reference database which is updated on a monthly basis.
   Weekly Marine Briefing
               Marine Analytical Unit, Marine Scotland                                                                     12 September 2012

2012 Quota Uptake - data up to 12 September 2012

                                                                                                  Uptake so far           Scottish FPO'S*             Uptake so far
                                                                                UK Quota              (per cent            current quota               (per cent of
                                                                                 (tonnes)         of UK quota)               allocation              Scottish quota)
                                                                                                                              (tonnes)
Quota Stock                                                                        2012           2011      2012         2011           2012          2011       2012
Pelagic species
North Sea Herring                                                                     52,187          87       61        15,738          33,556           96        103
West of Scotland Herring                                                              12,078          65       56          7,220           7,955          95         56
Atlanto-Scandian Herring                                                              11,923          21       68        13,975          11,916         101         103
West of Scotland Mackerel                                                           165,975            0          0     122,476        113,754            67         61
Blue Whiting                                                                          13,514          21       68          1,330           6,822        100          92
Whitefish species
North Sea Cod                                                                         11,925          49       63          8,220           8,315          73         78
North Sea Haddock                                                                     27,195          67       59        18,608          22,187           63         65
North Sea Whiting                                                                     10,824          57       59          6,758           8,094          74         68
North Sea Monkfish                                                                     8,083          71       56          6,027           6,444          65         47
North Sea Megrims                                                                      1,946          26       25          1,548           1,686          68         61
West of Scotland Haddock (area VIb)                                                    3,008          34       63          2,891           2,468          49         21
West of Scotland Haddock (area VIa Vb)                                                 4,845          18      100          1,382           4,010          77         70
West of Scotland Monkfish                                                              2,103          49       74          1,682           1,618          73         87
West of Scotland Megrims                                                               1,173          17       18            910             872          63         61
Nephrops
North Sea Nephrops                                                                    20,007          60       74        14,493          13,112           45         34
West of Scotland Nephrops                                                             15,271          46       47          9,143           9,512          70         78
 The data in this table is management information taken from the UK’s sea fisheries database (IFISH). IFISH is updated frequently and represents the most up-to-date
 landings data. The figures in this table report the landings on the IFISH system at the time of extraction but due to delays in notification of landings the data may be
 incomplete.
 * Scottish FPO's are Scottish Fish Producing Organisations



Quota leasing prices and prices for landed quota

                                                                                                                                      Landings price
                                                                   Quota leasing price                                                for most recent
                                                                       (£ per tonne)                                                month, May 2012
Stock                                                  July 2012                          May 2012                                     (£ per tonne)
Cod                                                             1,500                                1,250                                                       1,850
Haddock                                                           300                                   300                                                      1,149
Whiting                                                           350                                   350                                                      1,305
Saithe                                                            600                                   500                                                      1,020
Hake Area VI                                                  400-500                             500 - 800                                                        855
Hake Area IV                                                  400-500                                   350                                                        926
Norway others                                                     400                             200 - 250                                                      1,317
* The data in this table is based on local knowledge of Marine Scotland Compliance Coastal Officers
    Weekly Marine Briefing
           Marine Analytical Unit, Marine Scotland                                        12 September 2012

Key Facts and Figures on Scottish Fisheries

This Annex gives the key facts and figures on the following topics;
     Cod Recovery Plan & Conservation Credits,
     Real time Closures,
     Marine Stewardship Council and Sustainability Certification,
     West Coast Demersal Stocks Emergency Measures,
     Inshore Fisheries,
     Vessel Numbers,
     Demersal Fish,
     Pelagic Fish,
     Shellfish,
     Key Facts on Scottish Fisheries,
     Overview of Expected Changes for 2011 for Main Stocks of Interest to Scotland.


Cod Recovery Plan & Conservation Credits

   Spawning Stock Biomass for North Sea Cod in 2011 estimated by ICES at
    55 thousand tonnes – should be 150 thousand tonnes. Cod is recovering, but only slowly.

   Scottish vessels account for over two thirds of UK regulated effort in the Cod Recovery Zone.

   Scottish North Sea whitefish effort in 2011 was 17% lower than the 2004 – 2006 average.

   The discard rate for North Sea whitefish trawlers cod has reduced overall by more than half since 2008 (from
    63% to 19%).

   This is a greater reduction than observed elsewhere, but one in five cod caught by whitefish trawlers in the North
    Sea is still wastefully being discarded.

   Little progress has been made until recently in the Scottish prawn fleet, which has discarded up to 70 or 80 per cent of
    the cod caught. But, the prawn fleet is now making a fleet wide conversion to highly selective fishing gear that will
    reduce catches of cod by not less than 60 per cent compared to the historic prawn nets. Over 130 vessels, which use
    80% of the prawn effort in the North Sea in 2011, started using these new nets in June 2012.

   ICES and STECF recognise that Scotland has made a contribution to discard reduction, and also considers that
    Conservation Credits and catch-quotas have reduced cod mortality. However discards will need to continue to be
    reduced.

   Cod landed by Scottish vessels in 2011(p) was sold for £24 million, representing over 4% of the value of total landings
    by Scottish vessels


Real Time Closures

   Real Time Closures contributed in excess of 700 tonnes of cod avoided in 2009 and 900 tonnes in 2010. This translates
    to 1,200 tonnes catch reduction.

   195 cod Real Time Closures were declared in 2011 and 132 cod Real Time Closures have been declared so far in
    2012.

   30 Juvenile Real Time Closures were declared in 2011 and 3 JRTCs so far in 2012.

 Link to map of closed areas:
http://www.scotland.gov.uk/Topics/marine/Sea-Fisheries/17681/closures/ciz
    Weekly Marine Briefing
           Marine Analytical Unit, Marine Scotland                                             12 September 2012

Marine Stewardship Council & Sustainability Certification
Marine Stewardship Council (MSC) Accreditation:

       The total value of Scottish fisheries currently certified by MSC or in the full assessment process is around £120 million.

       Scotland currently has 7 fully certified fisheries – North Sea herring,
        Atlanto-scandian herring, North Sea haddock, West of Scotland herring and Shetland brown crab, velvet crab and
        scallops – and a further 3 stocks undergoing the full assessment process.

       There are currently 147 certified fisheries worldwide, which means that Scotland alone accounts for almost 5% of
        the global total

Certified Scottish Fisheries – Timeline:

       2003 - Loch Torridon Nephrops (now withdrawn from the MSC programme)

       2008 - North Sea herring

       2009 - Western mackerel (currently suspended)

       2009 - Stornoway Nephrops (currently suspended)

       2010 – Atlanto-scandian herring

       2010 – North Sea haddock

       2012 – Shetland inshore brown crab, velvet crab and scallop

       2012 – West of Scotland herring


West Coast Demersal Stocks Emergency Measures

   Scottish Producer Organisations (PO’s) account for over three-quarters of the UK Sector quota allocation for West of
    Scotland (VIa and Vb(EU)) Haddock in 2012 to date. NB There were no quota allocations for West of Scotland Cod
    or Whiting as these are now subject to By Catch provisions only.

   In 2011, some 81 Scottish vessels used TR1 gear in the West of Scotland (VIA and VB(EU)) and 78 Scottish vessels
    have. used TR1 gear in the West of Scotland in 2012 to date.

   In 2011 (figures as at 02 March 2012), vessels in Scottish POs landed the following quantities of West of Scotland
    stocks: 103 tonnes of Cod; 1,312 tonnes of Haddock; and 77 tonnes of Whiting. Quota uptake of West of Scotland
    (VIA and VB(EU)) Haddock in 2011 was 92%. In 2012 up to 29 August, vessels in Scottish POs landed the following
    quantities of West of Scotland stocks: 102 tonnes of Cod; 2,790 tonnes of Haddock; and 183 tonnes of Whiting. NB
    There are no quota uptake figures for West of Scotland Cod or Whiting as these are now subject to By Catch provisions
    only and the 2012 quota uptake figure for Haddock (based on provisional quota allocations for 2012) was 70%.

   Discard rates for 2010 in the West of Scotland are estimated as:

                         Scotland                              Average EU
Cod                      86%                                   83%
Haddock                  55%                                   51%
Whiting                  79%                                   74%
    Weekly Marine Briefing
           Marine Analytical Unit, Marine Scotland                                            12 September 2012

Inshore

       There are 2,096 vessels in the Scottish fleet and 1,415 of them (68%) fish in the inshore area, 0-6nm. The
        predominant style in the inshore is static gear and 1,042 vessels (74%) operate only static gear. 264 vessels
        (19%) use only mobile gear in the inshore area and 109 (8%) use both types of gear.

       The value of the catch in 2011(p) was £77.3 million of which £38.1 million (49%) was attributable to static gear
        and £39.1 million (51%) to vessels operating mobile gear.

       The target species are shellfish, including nephrops and the main 5 species account for £77.3 million, over 90%
        of the total catch by value.


           Species                      Catch by Weight (t)                       Value

Lobster                                         918                              £9.7m
Nephrops                                       11,588                            £42.0m
Scallops                                       3,672                             £7.5m
Edible Crabs                                   5,442                             £6.2m
Velvets                                        1,787                             £4.6m

       Nephrops is the most valuable species accounting for 54% of the value of overall catch.


Vessel numbers

   At 31 December 2011(p) the number of Scottish vessels was 2,096; the smallest number ever recorded. 1,470 vessels
    were 10 metres and under; 626 vessels were over 10 metres.

   The number of Scottish vessels has fallen by 10% since 2003.

   The fall in the total power of vessels in the Scottish fleet was rather less; 8% since 2003.

   Scotland has an aging fleet; over half the Scottish fleet are known to be at least 20 years old.

   Scottish over 10 metres vessels account for 47% of the UK over 10 fleet and 61% of the power of the UK over 10
    metres fleet.


Demersal fish

   In 2011(p), Scottish vessels landed 94 thousand tonnes of demersal fish, valued at £152 million.

   There was no change from 2010 in the value of demersal species landed by Scottish vessels.

   In 2011(p), demersal species accounted for 30 per cent of all landings by Scottish vessels in terms of value and 26 per
    cent in terms of volume

   Scottish vessels landed 63% of the 169 thousand tonnes of demersal species landed by UK vessels in 2010 (55% of
    the value of £275 million).
    Weekly Marine Briefing
           Marine Analytical Unit, Marine Scotland                                          12 September 2012

Pelagic fish

   In 2011(p), Scottish vessels landed 192 thousand tonnes of pelagic fish, valued at £184 million.

   There was a 43 per cent increase in the value of pelagic landings by Scottish vessels in 2011(p) compared with 2010.

   Mackerel remained the most valuable species to the Scottish fleet in 2011(p) at £163 million.

   In 2011(p), pelagic species represented 37 per cent of landings by Scottish vessels in terms of value and over half of all
    landings (54 per cent) in terms of volume.

   Scottish vessels landed 66% of the 286 thousand tonnes of pelagic species landed by UK vessels in 2010 (72% of the
    value of £179 million).


Shell fish

   In 2011(p), Scottish vessels landed 71 thousand tonnes of shell fish, valued at £164 million.

   The value of shellfish landings increased by six per cent in 2011(p).

   In 2011(p), shellfish accounted for 33 per cent of landings in terms of value and a fifth of all landings (20 per cent) in
    terms of volume.

   Scottish vessels landed 48% of the 152 thousand tonnes of shellfish landed by UK vessels in 2010 (58% of the value
    of £266 million).


Key Facts on Scottish Fisheries

Landings by Scottish vessels in 2011 (p)
Volume        358,000 tonnes
Value         £500m

The number and total tonnage of Scottish vessels >10m in 2011 (p)
Numbers      626
Tonnage      110,675

Decommissioning Facts
£56m was invested in 2001/02 and 2003 decommissioning 165 vessels :
98 vessels in 2001-02
67 vessels in 2003-04

Employment 2011 (p)
The number of fishermen employed on Scottish based boats – 5,005

Economic Importance of fisheries
The price of main species landed by Scottish vessels has increased in recent years. In the last five years to 2011 (p) prices
have changed in nominal terms by :
    increased by 11% in the demersal sector
    decreased by 6% in the shellfish sector
    increased by 84% for herring
    increased by 71% for mackerel
    increased by 125% for the pelagic sector, as mackerel which obtains a higher price than herring has become an
        increasingly large component of pelagic landings by Scottish vessels
    Weekly Marine Briefing
              Marine Analytical Unit, Marine Scotland                                                              12 September 2012


Value of 2011 (p) landings by Scottish vessels of Scotland’s key commercial stocks

North Sea Nephrops                       £43.9 million
North Sea Haddock                        £26.1 million
North Sea Cod                            £22.4 million
North Sea Whiting                        £9.2 million
North Sea Megrim                         £4.5 million
West Coast Nephrops                      £38.4 million
West Coast Haddock                       £4.5 million (includes Rockall (£2.7 million))
West Coast Whiting                       £0.1 million
West Coast Megrim                        £2.5 million
Northern Shelf Monkfish                  £27.7 million (includes West of Scotland Monkfish)
Ling                                     £6.1 million (includes West of Scotland Ling)
Tusk                                     £0.1 million (includes West of Scotland Tusk)
Edible crabs                             £11.4 million
Lobster                                  £13.0 million
Velvet crabs                             £5.7 million
Scallops                                 £31.9 million


Importance of fisheries to Scotland


                                                                (1)
     Approximately 70% of UK quotas of key stocks                     are held by Scottish POs.

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     Scottish vessels land 84% of the total value of UK landings of key stocks .

    Scottish vessels account for over two thirds of regulated effort in the Cod Recovery Zone.

    The Scottish fishing zone makes up 60% of UK waters.

    Scottish over 10m vessels account for over 60% of the Gross Tonnage of the UK over 10m fleet.

    Scotland has around 18 Travel to Work Areas (TTWAs) with more than 2 per cent of their population employed n the
     fisheries sector compared to just three in England and one in Northern Ireland.


Landings by UK vessels in 2010

Landings/Country              Scotland                                Northern Ireland         Rest of UK

Volume              69% (283,000 tonnes)                              5% (22,000 tonnes)          26% (105,000 tonnes)
Value                      67% (£371 million)                         4% (£21 million)         28% (£158 million)



                                                                                1
The number and total tonnage of UK >10m vessels in 2010
Vessels/Country             Scotland          Northern Ireland                                 Rest of UK

Numbers                              47% (665)                        10% (147)                   43% (617)
Gross Tonnage                 61% (115,008)                           8% (15,238)                 31% (58,900)

1. Source for Scottish figures is Scottish Sea Fisheries Statistics 2010 and source for other UK figures is UK Sea Fisheries Statistics 2010

				
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