"We don't know how the new fuels will perform"

Less than 11 months from now, J. Lauritzen will start to tank new low-sulfur fuel in order to ensure compliance with the new sulfur regulations. But the shipping company does not yet know how the new fuels will react.

Photo: J. Lauritzen

The new low-sulfur fuels are one of the biggest jokers when the new global sulfur cap comes into force less than 11 months from now.

Since early 2018, shipping company J. Lauritzen has been preparing for 2020 when its fleet will start sailing on low-sulfur fuel, which is the compliance solution chosen by the company.

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