Where are the sulfur sinners in North Europe?

Two months have passed since the introduction of the sulfur requirements and so far there have been no violators. Are they hiding, is it too soon to tell, or are shipowners simply abiding by the rules?

Hamborg havn. | Photo: Hamborg Havn


The situation was tense before the tightened regulations on vessels' sulfur emissions came into force on January 1st 2015. What sneaky things would shipowners do to get around the restrictive new requirements?

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