ICS condemns crude shipments ban in northern British Columbia
The International Chamber of Shipping has slammed legislative proposals for a temporary ban on crude oil shipments in the waters of northern British Columbia. Canada should be content with International Maritime Organization rules, the trade association contends
Tanker shipping boasts ‘impressive’ green credentials, according to the ICS, with major spills down to fewer than two a year, compared with 25 a year in the late 1980s.
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