Industry heavyweights fire salvo into sulphur compliance crisis
Major flags and industry associations argue that shipowners cannot bear responsibility for the availability of compliant fuel post 2020 and time will be needed to ensure the system works
A controversial political push to ensure a ‘pragmatic’ enforcement approach to looming low sulphur rules for shipping may represent a realistic response to growing concerns over availability, quality and safety issues, but the political fallout risks skewing market dynamics and the very credibility of the IMO
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