Skuld: Safety risk with low sulfur fuel

When vessels sail on low sulfur gas oils, a build-up of paraffin wax can occur in fuel tanks and machinery. This is both a technical and safety risk, according to Skuld.

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Many risks can be involved in complying with the sulfur regulations if ships opt for to sailing on ultra-low sulfur fuel, says marine insurer Skuld in an update to members.

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