The shipping industry criticizes the IMO for hesitating on fuel

The IMO hesitates to begin a study of the availability of low sulfur fuel for ships. The International Chamber of Shipping is disappointed, says the organization in a press release.

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The International Chamber of Shipping (ICS) is disappointed with the IMO. A small majority of countries has voted against a proposal in the IMO’s Marine Environment Protection Committee to initiate an investigation into the availability of low sulfur fuel, due completed by 2018.

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