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Final decisions and new beginnings for IMO at MEPC 74

The last Marine Environment Protection Committee before the 2020 sulphur cap comes into effect is about to convene. It will focus on short-term measures that can help reduce greenhouse gas emissions and the final touches to the 2020 sulphur cap and likely the first ones on new rules for open-loop scrubbers

Environmental regulators are about to make the final adjustments to 2020 sulphur cap and tackle GHG emissions

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