Major Chinese port rewards environmental ships

Starting October 1st, the Chinese authorities in the Port of Shenzhen plan to offer financial incentives to oceangoing vessels if they use low sulfur fuel when berthed in the port.

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From October 1st 2014, one of China's biggest ports, Shenzhen, will offer financial incentives to carriers for using fuel with a sulfur content of less than 0.1 percent while the ships are berthed in the port, reports Sustainable Shipping.

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