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Charter contracts and insurance coverage need revisions ahead of 2020, experts warn

The availability and safety of compliant fuels arguably top owners’ list of concerns about the 2020 sulphur cap, however not enough attention is being paid to existing contracts which should delegate responsibilities to charterers, warn leading legal experts

Senior Clyde & Co and Marsh chiefs note there are several unresolved and grey areas regarding insurance and contracts as a result of the 2020 sulphur cap

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