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Scrubber lobbying group the Clean Shipping Alliance has doubled down on its arguments against the European Commission, saying that it is ‘needlessly creating baseless concerns’ about the technology
Most countries agree that more studies on the contentious technology are needed, but some delegations have decried what they argue is ‘unfortunate’ timing
MIT researchers raise concern over scrubbers’ efficiency at removing particulates in review of previous studies
Better communication through new technologies can help ports meet GHG targets, says IMO
Lim also warns regulators that there may be increased risk of HFO spills in the Arctic
A recent study undertaken in Japan has found that open-loop scrubbers had what was deemed no ‘unacceptable’ effect on the ocean or its organisms
Bunker fuels and scrubber demand dominate conference discussions as scrubber lobby group Clean Shipping Alliance 2020 hits back over open-loop ‘bad press’
At an assumed $200 to $250 fuel oil price spread, the company should be able to quickly recover the $1.5m to $2.5m per unit cost of its scrubbers
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