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Wärtsilä driven by equipment sales in third quarter as scrubber demand rises

Current order book for 2018 made up mainly of equipment deliveries

Europe Wartsila

US steps in to back experience-building phase after 2020

Data-gathering proposal by the biggest flag states and shipping associations handed huge boost as US throws its weight behind an experience building phase

United States IMO

IMO agrees next step in greenhouse gas strategy

The IMO has approved a programme to develop GHG reduction measures until 2023 under a three-pronged approach

IMO Environment

IMO needs to prove it can be trusted over 2020, says Lim

IMO secretary-general Kitack Lim acknowledges sulphur cap safety concerns but warns the challenge is consistent implementation of the rules

IMO Political and Trade

Bulkers without scrubbers ‘will become uncompetitive’

A two-tier market will reward early adopters with higher time charter rates and asset values as cost of low sulphur fuel increases dramatically, MSI has claimed
International Dry Bulk

The Lloyd’s List Podcast: What’s shaping shipping’s political agenda and how to plug the finance gap

Listen to the latest edition of Lloyd’s List’s weekly podcast — your weekly briefing on the stories shaping shipping in the week ahead

International IMO

Four questions for MEPC 73

Next week’s environmental negotiations by the International Maritime Organization should make significant progress on the 2020 sulphur cap but not on greenhouse gas emissions 

IMO Regulation

IMO agrees emissions measures, but balks at 2023 target

IMO negotiators agree on how to develop short term GHG emissions measures but have refrained from explicitly committing to reduction before 2023

International IMO

With a quick resolution unlikely, trade disputes may become trade blocs

The USMCA, the agreement replacing Nafta, gives the US the power to deem a third party a currency manipulator and veto the trade agreements of the agreements co-signers, Mexico and Canada

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