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How to avoid future fuel risk – is your definitive guide to the legal and insurance implications of the International Maritime Organization’s global sulphur cap (IMO 2020) and who is liable for ensuring compliance.
This report addresses some of the ‘big unknowns’ surrounding the move to low sulphur fuels: such as enforcement, policing and punishment; insured and non-insured risk; and who will bear responsibility in terms of non-compliance.
1. Risk element – who is to blame for IMO 2020 non-compliance and what are the consequences?
2. Non-compliance and insurance cover – as well as incurring heavy fines, non-compliant vessels risk being declared unseaworthy and losing insurance cover outright, how can this be avoided?
3. Lloyd’s List Intelligence fuel forecasts – which IMO 2020 solution is most economically viable given a range of long term fuel price scenarios?
4. Scenario modelling – what would happen if US President Donald Trump undermines IMO 2020 through a mandate of non-enforcement, and rolls back the North American Emission Control Areas (ECAs) established in 2010?
5. Timeline: ‘D Day’ – if ship operators do not have an IMO 2020 compliance plan in place by January 2019, they will likely be too late. What should be done by when?
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How to avoid future fuel risk
The definitive guide to the legal and insurance implications of the International Maritime Organization’s global sulphur cap
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