IMO baulks at mandatory bunker licensing schemes
A second effort by shipping's biggest lobby groups to force governments around the world to introduce mandatory bunker licensing schemes to secure the safety of bunker fuels ahead of the 2020 sulphur cap has fallen short of its target of having such red tape universally imposed. Instead, governments negotiating at the IMO this week agreed to consider including the suggestion as part of its upcoming guidelines for the 2020 sulphur cap
Governments shun mandatory national bunker licensing schemes as lobbyists fail to persuade them to impose mandatory rules
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