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Greek shipping interests raise concerns over compliant fuel

London-based GSCC urges the IMO to bring together the main stakeholders, including oil companies, bunker suppliers and engine makers to guarantee low-sulphur fuel will be ‘fit for purpose’. Its chairman Haralambos Fafalios said the issue was of greater importance than the debate on the pros and cons of scrubbers

Concerns linger about the safety and sufficiency of compliant fuel, according to the Greek Shipping Co-operation Committee, which has urged the International Maritime Organization to bring together the most important stakeholders

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