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Does it really pay to be a first mover?

It feels like shipowners that ordered scrubbers have become the enemy, Scorpio Group’s Director of Environment Compliance Ole Christian Schroder has told a shipping conference. Regulatory change is happening faster than solutions are being developed, according to Mr Schroder, raising the question of whether it is possible for shipping to be a front runner in regulatory compliance and as a green industry

Regulations need firm enforcement and clarity from day one, says Schroder

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