China could introduce mass flow meters

Requirements to use mass flow meters on bunker vessels in China could be underway in the near future, reports Platts.

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The use of mass flow meters, which can help ensure that carriers get the correct fuel volumes they pay for, is becoming increasingly widespread among bunker suppliers in several local ports in China.

This development that spurs expectations in the sector that China could make the use of the technology mandatory in the near future, reports Platts.

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