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Concerns over global sulphur cap to dominate upcoming bunkering conference

In 2008, the IMO committed to a 2020 cap in sulphur emissions, but the implementation has been patchy
Wednesday, October 5, 2016 - 05:50

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It has been eight years since the International Maritime Organization (IMO) first committed to a global cap of 0.5 per cent of sulphur in bunkering fuels by 2020, and yet, the industry is still grappling with how to meet the target.

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IT has been eight years since the International Maritime Organization (IMO) first committed to a global cap of 0.5 per cent of sulphur in bunkering fuels by 2020, and yet, the industry is still grappling with how to meet the target.

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