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Greek shipowners welcome ‘safety net’ in fuel availability reports

Greek shipowners’ leader Theodore Veniamis has welcomed last week’s significant decision to recognise legitimate cases of compliant fuel unavailability or genuine safety worries in fuel oil non-availability reports after January 1 as ‘the minimum the IMO can do’. Those impugning shipowners’ motives for seeking such a safety net are ‘misguided and simply ignorant’ of industry realities, he said

UGS president Theodore Veniamis said criticism of the IMO committee recommendation was ‘ignorant’ of operational realities


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