Report: Shipowners' response to sulfur requirements

70 shipowners with about 5,000 ships, including Torm, Maersk and Hapag-Lloyd, have released their responses to new sulfur requirements. Consulting firm MEC Intelligence has reviewed the responses.
Photo: Hapag-Lloyd
Photo: Hapag-Lloyd

The carriers' responses to the new sulfur regulations have been heavily anticipated. DFDS reacted early by investing in scrubbers while others pointed to a shift towards the more expensive marine gas oil that discharges less than the 0.1 percent, as required by the directive in North Europe, North America and in the English Channel.

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