California’s low-sulphur fuel switch law sparks fears of major oil spill
CALIFORNIA’s state-level regulation that requires ships to switch to low-sulphur fuel before entering port could in fact cause a major oil spill from a ship whose propulsion or engine fails while switching fuel, San Francisco’s harbour safety committee has warned, writes Rajesh Joshi .
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