Maritime Authority: Sulfur cheating not as serious as projected

"We are positively surprised," says the Danish Maritime Authority six months after the international sulfur directive was implemented.

Six months have passed since the regulations for sulfur emissions in North Europe and North America came into force - and the Danish Maritime Authority is able to look back on this period with a certain sense of relief and satisfaction.

"Like the industry and others, we harbored a degree fear that there would be a widespread trend among carriers in terms of not complying with the regulations, and we can now note that these suspicions have been put to shame," Anne Skov Strüver, head of Maritime Regulations and Crewing at the Danish Maritime Authority, tells ShippingWatch.

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