Scrubberless tankers may face accelerated fleet exit
A growing figure for scrubber uptake in the tanker market may lead to non-scrubber vessels facing increasing competition, making them unlikely to be able to offer discounts to the same extent, according to Braemar ACM. That may lead to accelerated scrapping of non-scrubber-fitted tankers
The adoption of scrubbers will lead to higher demand for high-sulphur fuel oil, which may lead to a narrower spread between high- and low-sulphur fuel types
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