"Sulfur regulations seem like a fine business for cheaters"

If fines for violating sulfur regulations are not raised, and control on the docks and at sea is not strengthened, then "it looks like it could be good business to cheat," says Ultrabulk CEO Per Lange nine months before the new environmental policies take effect.

The requirement of decreasing sulfur emissions from January 1, 2020 worries Per Lange.

Not because the Ultrabulk CEO doubts whether the bulk carrier, with a fleet of about 15 ships, can comply with the rules of reducing sulfur emissions down to 0.1 percent from the start of next year.

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