P&O: Sulfur regulations cost GBP 30 million a year
British P&O expects that the carrier's annual fuel costs will increase by GBP 30 million when the sulfur regulations come into force in the new year.
BY OLE ANDERSEN
British P&O, which operates passenger and freight traffic in the English Channel, expects an annual extra fuel cost of GBP 30 million from the end of 2014, a company spokesman tells Lloyd's Loading List.
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