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Lloyd’s List Outlook 2019: Regulation

Next year will be a transitionary one for shipping and environmental regulations. In 2019, the industry and the International Maritime Organization will have all eyes on the 2020 0.5% sulphur cap and much commercial interest will not be given anywhere else. But progress, or a lack thereof, that regulators make on reducing greenhouse gases next year could have far greater consequences than the new sulphur rules

In 2019 regulators will settle final details around the 2020 sulphur cap and try to offer greater clarity on greenhouse gas measures


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