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BP Shipping: Transition to ECA is a positive experience

Oil company BP's shipping company BP Shipping has not experienced problems transitioning to sailing in ECA zones, writes Sustainable Shipping.

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Concerns, considerations and complaints about the implementation of ECA zones in North Europe and North America, that contain requirements for vessels' sulfur emissions, have been many. Both before the implementation of the requirements on January first and after.

But now one carrier is declaring, that it has experienced no problems in the transition to be in compliance with requirements. On the contrary, it has been a positive experience. This carrier is BP Shipping, which is the carrier portion of the British oil company BP, according to Sustainable Shipping.

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