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Around 4,000 vessels to have scrubbers by 2020

The Exhaust Gas Cleaning Systems Association has launched a free-to-access global database of local rules on sulphur emissions, ahead of the introduction of the International Maritime Organization 0.5% cap on sulphur content in marine fuels at the start of next year

Association’s latest estimate considerably higher than a previous prediction of around 3,000

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