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A global limit of 0.5% sulphur in bunker fuel will come into force on January 1, 2020; the right option for shipowners depends on ship, trade, route and preference. Both the International Maritime Organization and owners are running out of time to address fundamental concerns including availability and cost
Port state control data reveals that three IACS members are failing to meet quality standards expected of the international group. Türk Loydu believes it is being discriminated against
Survey results show a clear recognition that stricter standards will open the door for cleaner marine fuels like LNG and low-sulphur marine gas oil to replace heavy fuels, says Deloitte
The move is to help meet UN regulations to reduce pollution as well as demands from some of the company’s food manufacturer customers for more environmentally friendly operations
Golden Ocean has a positive outlook for freight markets in the second half of 2018 with healthy demand and a small orderbook
Worries include supply of compliant fuels and port state control enforcement
With just 18 months until the sulphur cap goes live, shipowners have issued a challenge to IMO. Who will blink first?
Installation of 22 open-loop scrubbers targeted during first half of 2019
Customers must understand that the cap is contributing to the health of the globe, says Ikeda, and the extra cost if passed on to customers would be ‘pretty tiny, compared to the value of the cargo’
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