Sulfur countries ready with two control proposals

Last week a workshop was held in Denmark for the 16 SECA countries from which the main outcome centered on two concrete initiatives for improving compliance with sulfur requirements, Anne Skov Strüver, director at the Danish Maritime Authority, tells ShippingWatch.

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The sulfur requirements are in effect, so what happens now?

This was the topic of discussion for the 16 SECA countries - Sulfur Emission Control Areas - at a workshop arranged by the Danish Maritime Authority in Elsinore, Denmark, last week. Exchange and experience were the main objectives for the workshop, but the event has produced several concrete initiatives as well - initiatives that the so-called sulfur countries are interested in working on to ensure compliance with the regulations on sulfur emissions, Anne Skov Strüver, director at the Danish Maritime Authority, tells ShippinWatch.

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