Trident Alliance warns against exposing all sulfur sinners

It is not in the interest of the public to release the names of carriers found guilty of breaching sulfur regulations, says Roger Strevens, Chairman of Trident Alliance, which counts 42 international carriers as members. To release names without nuance would do no good, he tells ShippingWatch.

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Not everyone is happy about the Danish Minister for Environment and Food's latest step in the fight against sulfur sinners.

In the future, the Danish Minister for Environment and food, Esben Lunde Larsen, will publish the names of carriers caught violating the sulfur requirements in Danish waters.

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