IMO moves forward with global sulfur requirements

This is an important agreement ahead of preparations for global sulfur requirements, says the Danish Shipowner's Association to ShippingWatch regarding the decision made in the IMO on Wednesday. Meanwhile Russia has by all means lost the battle against black carbon.


Two highly debated subjects have been put to rest following decisions made in the IMO's Environment Protection Committee (MEPC) Wednesday morning.

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