This is how many ships have scrubbers installed

The tightened sulphur regulations are getting closer and will be a reality in just seven months. The number of ships that have installed scrubbers is still not overwhelming, according to a survey from Clarksons.

Scrubbersystemet PureTeq | Photo: Pureteq

83 ships are now ready for when the new sulphur limit hits the carriers next year with regulations stating that the sulphur content of ship fuel must not exceed 0.1 percent in four emission control areas (ECA).

These ECA zones are the North Sea, the Baltic Sea, the English Channel and the US Caribbean Sea, according to a survey performed by Clarksons.

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