Major concerns in the industry ahead of sulfur decision

Concerns and uncertainty are spreading among carriers ahead of October when the IMO will decide on the implementation of global sulfur requirements. Key industry sources tell ShippingWatch that the reports, commissioned to inform the decision, look biased.

"It's like if you and your boyfriend or girlfriend are going to dinner. One of you wants Chinese food and the other wants Italian. That's how far off you are from each other when the discussion begins, and it can take a very long time to reach an agreement."

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