IMO says 2020 low-sulphur compliance the easiest option
The International Maritime Organization's head of air pollution and energy efficiency expects majority compliance with the 2020 sulphur cap. Non-compliance, he said, is the more difficult option. Failure to comply could lead to the loss of international certification and non-availability of fuels will only be a valid excuse for so long
Flouting new regulations will not be practical, says Edmund Hughes. Political relief is unlikely. Bureaucratic loopholes short lived and unreliable
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