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Euronav chief sees speed limits as short-term emissions solutions

Speed limits have come under heavy criticism in recent weeks as the IMO’s maritime regulators convene in London to negotiate decarbonisation measures for the industry. But Euronav’s new chief executive is convinced they are the probably the best tool shipping has to combat emissions at the moment

Hugo De Stoop says the controversial measure will be effective in combatting emissions and will not increase tonnage supply

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