Shipowners criticise EU for potential biofuel boost from new regulation
The International Chamber of Shipping and the European Community Shipowners' Association have reiterated concerns about the fallout from the forthcoming proposal that will target ship fuels
A new study claims the European Commission's plan to introduce the first ship fuel CO2 standards for vessels calling at European ports will boost the use of biofuels, leading to potential enforceability and sustainability challenges
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