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Regulators steer clear of national bunker licensing schemes

Shipowner lobbies have failed to convince the IMO’s Maritime Safety Committee to create a mandatory national bunkering supplier licensing scheme after delegates argued that such a move would be beyond their jurisdiction and better left to the environmental rulemakers

Bunker supply chain security may top the industry agenda, but it seems to have fallen through a jurisdictional crack at the IMO for now

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