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Oil tanker investments at risk from decarbonisation

The decline of oil and coal is in many ways expected considering that much of the world is in following a climate change agenda that involves cutting carbon emissions. But the ramifications on key shipping segments, such as tankers and bulkers, are not fully understood. A new report by MSI suggests considerable decreases in the sizes of these fleets as a result

A new report by MSI foresees that the number of oil tankers is likely to decline by a third between 2030 and 2050

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