Euronav and DHT chose different sulfur strategies – now they must stand the test

Tanker shipping companies DHT and Euronav have chosen widely different ways of complying with the upcoming sulfur regulations coming into force in less than a month. In interviews with ShippingWatch, the two shipping companies discuss their preliminary experiences and challenges with scrubbers and new fuel types.

Euronav CEO Hugo de Stoop and co-CEO of DHT | Photo: Collage / Euronav / DHT


Two tanker shipping companies have chosen different methods for complying with the new sulfur regulations, and therefore each have their own set of experiences from the preparations leading up to the turn of the year, when the regulations come into force.

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