Paddy Rodgers voices new criticism of scrubbers

Unlike its competitors, Belgian Euronav and its CEO are not fans of scrubbers. In the latest interim report, which shows a large deficit, the tanker shipping company lists three main concerns related to the technology.

Paddy Rodgers, CEO i Euronav, luftede også sin kritik af scrubbere på årets Global Maritime Forum i Hong Kong. | Photo: Global Maritime Forum

As competitors have increasingly opted for scrubbers, Euronav's criticism of the technology intensifies.

The tanker shipping company is one of the world's by-far biggest transports of crude oil, and its CEO Paddy Rodgers, have previously been skeptical toward scrubbers, but the chief executive now takes this critical stance to the next level.

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