It will impose a global limit on allowable sulphur content in fuel oil of 0.5% m/m. The new global limit is achievable in one of two ways: by burning fuel that has a sulphur level that complies with the 0.5% m/m cap or by installing approved emission abatement technology – commonly referred to as scrubbers – on board. Either way, complying with the new regulations governing sulphur reduction in exhaust emissions potentially requires more expenditure than shipping has ever had to face.Read the full White Paper by downloading the .PDF below.
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