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IMO adopts 2020 sulphur cap fuel carriage ban

The prohibition of the carriage for use of non-compliant fuels beginning in March 2020 is touted as an important enforcement tool in the implementation of the 2020 sulphur cap. The new rules apply from March 1, 2020, two months after the global cap comes into effect.

Vessels without scrubbers are officially banned from carrying non-compliant fuel oils for use beginning in March 2020

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